Jovet and Company owned an estate in St Andrew, Jamaica, in 1753, called -liers, possibly Cavaliers. Total acreage given as 500 of which 85 is planted with sugar cane, 0 with coffee, 0 with ginger, 0 with cotton, 50 as provision grounds, 250 as pen and 115 as woodland. Estate includes 3 white servants, 99 enslaved people, 75 cattle. Notes: Cane & pasture good; rest red hills, rocky.
Possibly related to Daniel Jovet whose inventory was lodged in Jamaica in 1744.
CO137/28 pp. 169-175 transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/1753Andrew.htm.
See Trevor Burnard, Database of Jamaican inventories, 1674-1784.
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1753 [EA] - → Joint owner