Marianne came to Scotland from Jamaica, a young bride. Although her life in
Edinburgh looks good on paper -- one of the finest new houses in the city, her
sister just along the street, a growing family of healthy children -- I suspect
she found it a bleak place to live. When her husband retired from military
service, the couple spent the last twenty years of their life in the milder
climate of Bristol.
- - 1861
- Bullock's Lodge, Port Henderson, Jamaica
- William Bullock of Jamaica (3) d.1832, Island Secretary,
Governor's Secretary and other offices providing an income of over
£4,000, lived at Bullock's Lodge at Port Henderson (5)
- 29 Heriot
Row from 1815-1820.
- Retired to Clifton, Bristol
- Chapel connection
- Baptism (1816)
- James Dawes Douglas
- Marianne (1816), James (1817, Major, m. Georgina Agnes
Beresford), Caroline (1819), Sholto James (1820, barrister, m. Anne Harriet
dau. of William Mills of Saxham Hall), Elizabeth (1822), Stair, Edward (m. Anne
dau. of Hon James Arbuthnot), William, Charles, another daughter.
- John Cay's sister in law.
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory
- H.M. Stephens rev. James Lunt, 'Douglas, Sir James Dawes (1785-1862) in
The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press,
- Sir James Balfour Paul (ed), The Scots Peerage (Edinburgh, David
- Cundall, Frank, Biographical Annals of Jamaica (Educational Supply
Company, Kingston, 1901) p.16-27, summarised
on-line accessed 6 June 2010
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