Probably Thomas (baptised 1794), reputed son of James Hart (q.v.) by Mary Scott, who was to have seven enslaved people under his father’s will.
Thomas Hart and Margaret Johnstone, widow, free persons of colour, both of the parish of Manchester, were married there by licence, 01/01/1822.
Margaret, wife of Thomas Hart of Manchester parish, aged 25, was buried in Westmoreland, 26/06/1825.
Thomas Hart and Catherine Daly had daughters Georgiana and Anne Eliza baptised in Manchester on 20/4/1834 (unlike other contemporary entries in the register, no address or father’s occupation is entered; father perhaps deceased but not stated so).
Catherine Daly was in possession of Timbuctoo (300 acres) in 1845.
Information from Paul Hitchings sourced to transcript of will of James Hart held by SOAS as MS380887.
Familysearch.org, Jamaica Church of England Parish Register Transcripts, 1664-1880 [database online].
Jamaica Almanac (1845).
We are grateful to Paul Hitchings for compiling this entry.
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