13th Sep 1782 - 16th Dec 1832
Father of Henry Underwood Dyett (q.v.), probably the Henry Dyett for whom Henry Underwood Dyett counterclaimed compensation as his executor and heir-at-law.
According to a transcription of entries in a family Bible and printed in Caribbeana in 1915, Henry Dyett was born in Montserrat 13/09/1782 and married Harriet Ross in 1807; she died in Canada in 1832 of cholera and Henry Dyett died there too on 16/12/1832. This Henry Dyett was the son of Henry Dyett and Elinor Jeffries, and brother of Sarah Sophia Furlonge née Dyett who was born in Montserrat in September 1785.
Henry Underwood Dyett, son of Henry and Harriet Maria Dyett, was born 30/07/1809 and baptised in Old Church, St Pancras, London, on 09/05/1812, at the same time as his sister Harriet Maria Dyett who was born 05/05/1811.
Bugby Hole, the estate for which Henry Underwood Dyett makes another claim for compensation, was conveyed to his grandfather Henry Dyett of Montserrat (husband of Elinor Jeffries) by Thomas Oliver of London in 1796.
T71/888 Montserrat claim no. 102 (Duberys Estate).
Copies of entries in the family Bible in the possession of Colonel Abbott of Eastbourne, Sussex, England, first printed in Caribbeana in October 1915 and available at http://ia600409.us.archive.org/5/items/dyettofmontserra00lond/dyettofmontserra00lond.pdf [accessed 27/03/2012]. The will of Henry Dyett senior (husband of Elinor Jeffries) is transcribed online at the same source.
Ancestry.com, London, England, Births, Marriages and Deaths 1738-1812 [database online].
Claim roll transcript in Caribbeana in October 1915 and available at [accessed 27/03/2012] p. 5.
Henry Underwood (1809-), Harriet Maria (1811-)
£970 0S 8D
Canada: British Columbia including Vancouver Island
Henry Dyett died in British Columbia, Canada, in 1832. No further details of his activities in Canada are...
Copies of entries in the family Bible in the possession of Colonel Abbott of Eastbourne, Sussex, England, first printed in Caribbeana in October 1915 and available at <a...
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