4 edition of Jamaica place-names found in the catalog.
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EXACT reproduction of the original book JAMAICA PLACE-NAMES by Frank Cundall first published in This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : Frank Cundall. Written from a historical and geographical perspective by two authors with an intimate knowledge of the island, this book presents an entirely new approach to the study of Jamaican place names.
Maps and other sources dating from the earliest years of European contact to the twenty-first century are used to compile a data base of o by: 4.
Jamaican place names range from the commonplace to the bizarre. Densely distributed across the map of the Jamaica place-names book, they not only intrigue the visitor and the resident but also provide clues to Jamaica's past landscapes and its social and economic history. Written from a historical and geographical perspective by two authors with an intimate knowledge of the island, this book presents an.
If you find this fascinating and wish to learn more about Jamaica place names, I'll direct you to perhaps the two best authorities on this topic. Frank Cundall with his book, JAMAICA PLACE NAMES And Inez Knibbs Sibley in her book, DICTIONARY Jamaica place-names book JAMAICA PLACE NAMES which was published by the institute of Jamaica.
Jamaica place-names. Kingston, Jamaica Institute of Jamaica; etc, etc. (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank Cundall. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprinted with some slight additions from the Handbook of Jamaica for ".
Bangor Ridge, Monmouth and Chepstowe in Portland, Llandilo in Westmoreland, Pencarne in St. Mary, Newport in Manchester, Swansea in St. Catherine, Milford in St. Ann, and Llandewey, are all Welsh place Jamaica place-names book. Cardiff Hall in St.
Ann is derived from the capital of Wales-Cardiff. Cardiff Hall was also one of the estates of John Blagrove who arrived in Jamaica in Jamaican place-names can be straightforward, reflecting outstanding features of the natural landscape (eg., Above Rocks, St, Catherine).
Or they can be historical, often either recalling events that took place, or famous people who lived, in an area (eg., Cudjoe Town). Jamaican place names. [B W Higman; Brian J Hudson] Presents a fresh approach to the study of Jamaican place names. This book offers clues to the culture and national origins of the dominant planter population who were the major name-givers but also Jamaican place names.
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Place-names of Jamaica Pages: Sometimes place names in Jamaica tell their own stories. And Jamaica’s towns, districts, rivers and streets have some really interesting ones – some are misleading, some are derived from family names, and some don’t mean what you think they mean!.
Often the names denoted a geographic feature or landmark (Above Rocks, Red Ground, Blue Mountains, Corner Shop), or were named after the. Full text of "Jamaica place-names" See other formats OLIN F C8x a r J r Cornell University Library The original of this book is in the Cornell University Library.
There are no known copyright restrictions in the United States on the use of the text. Jamaica, island country of the West Indies.
Jamaica place-names book It is the third largest island in the Caribbean Sea, after Cuba and Hispaniola. Jamaica is about miles ( km) long and varies from 22 to 51 miles (35 to 82 km) wide. The national capital is Kingston. Learn more about Jamaica in this article. Inthe Jamaica place-names book of the West Indies Press published a book co-authored by B.
Higman and B. Hudson called "Jamaican Place Names." It's a very informative book and I would encourage you to get a copy if you can. The authors pointed out that the vast Jamaica place-names book of Jamaican place names are British.
Jamaican Place Names By B. Higman, B. Hudson. B.W. Higman is William Keith Hancock Professor of Australian History, former Head, History Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Academy for the Social Sciences in Australia, and Professor Emeritus, University of the West Indies.
Llandovery, St. Ann and Llanrumney, St. Mary (once owned by Sir Henry Morgan): Llan means holy place in Welsh, Morgan was Welsh and both are place-names found in Wales. Madras, St. Ann: Region in India, a reminder of the number of indentured East Indians who came to Jamaica in the midth century to work on the sugar estates.
World Gazetteer, Jamaica: Largest cities and towns with statistics of their population at (archived ) World Gazetteer, Jamaica: Maps at (archived ) Origin of Jamaican Place names. Jamaica is said to have a variety of interesting place names, and Higman and Hudson set out to delve into its history.
The authors stress that what they have produced is not a gazetteer of Jamaica—indeed, no list of names accompanies the book—but a study of Jamaican toponymics. Written from a historical and geographical perspective by two authors with an intimate knowledge of the island, this book presents an entirely new approach to the study of Jamaican place names.
Maps and other sources dating from the earliest years of European contact to the twenty-first century are used to compile a database of o names. The first Irish emigrants to Jamaica arrived more than years previous to my Jamaican friend’s ancestors. InIreland’s population was 1, and in,Author: Olive Collins.
Place names in St. Ann out humbly as an estate book-keeper and rose to become a large landowner, representing the parish in the House of assembly for 22 years. • Seville - or New Seville as it was called, was founded by Jamaica’s first Spanish governorFile Size: KB.
Written from a historical and geographical perspective by two authors with an intimate knowledge of the island, this book presents an entirely new approach to the study of Jamaican place names. Maps and other sources dating from the earliest years of European contact to the twenty-first century are used to compile a database of o by: 4.
ANSWER: Feb by Wellesley Gayle Hi Denny, The following Spanish place names have been found with short notes on each place. These were taken from Frank Cundall’s text "Jamaica Place Names" (pages ) published in From Above Rocks in St.
Catherine, to Zuassure Hill, Manchester, Jamaica has an intriguing mixture of place-names that reflect its history and character. The island's name itself is believed to pay homage to a particular historical period the Taino period.
Jamaica is said to mean 'land of wood and water' in Arawakan, the language. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Dictionary of place-names in Jamaica by Inez Knibb Sibley,Institute of Pages: St Catherine (capital Spanish Town) is a parish in the south east of is located in the county of Middlesex, and is one of the island's largest and most economically valued parishes because of its many resources.
It includes the first capital of Jamaica, Spanish Town, originally known as San Jago de la Vega or Santiago de la Vega (St. James of the Plain).Capital: Spanish Town. Scottish Jamaicans are Jamaicans of Scottish descent. Scottish Jamaicans include those of European and mixed African and Asian ancestry with Scottish ancestors and date back to the earliest period of post-Spanish, European colonisation.
An early influx of Scots came inwhen prisoners of war were deported by Oliver Cromwell. There was. Of names and places. Lance Neita. Saturday, Decem Me No Sen’ Yu No Come, place names in Jamaica, all with delightful bits of historical facts attached to them, and worth the.
Jamaica Place-Names. (The Institute of Jamaica, Kingston). Jamaica National Heritage Trust website. Jamaica Road Map, (International Travel Maps, Vancouver, Canada).
The Portmore Web Site for a list of subdivisions in Portmore and its Portmore 40th Anniversary page for information on the likely origin of the name Portmore. Sometimes location names tell their own story. And Jamaica's towns, districts, rivers and streets have some really interesting ones - some are misleading, some are derived from family names, and some don't mean what you think they mean.
Often the names denotes a geographic feature or landmark (Above Rocks, Red Ground, Blue Mountains, Corner Shop). Jamaica is a middle-class neighborhood in the New York City borough of is mainly composed of a large commercial and retail area, though part of the neighborhood is also residential. Jamaica is bordered by Hollis to the east; St.
Albans, Springfield Gardens, Rochdale Village to the southeast; and South Jamaica to the south; Richmond Hill and South Ozone Park to the west; Briarwood to Area codes:,and Frank Cundall FSA, FRHS, OBE, (17 January – 15 November ) was an English art historian, editor and author, the son of the writer and publisher Joseph was closely involved in the administration of and produced the reports for a series of international exhibitions held in London in the s, and catalogued the art library at the South Kensington Museum, later the Victoria Born: 17 JanuaryLondon, England.
Jamaica Inn is a novel by the English writer Daphne du Maurier, first published in It was later made into a film, also called Jamaica Inn, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It is a period piece set in Cornwall in It was inspired by du Maurier's stay at the real Jamaica Inn, which still exists and is a pub in the middle of Bodmin Moor/5.
March Jamaica Place Names by Frank Cundall Kingston, Jamaica: The Institute of Jamaica pp 13, With a list of periodicals for the yearA list of Publications of the Institute and, strangely, a Recognition announcement in for Tom Redcam, Poet Laureate of Jamaica.
A Nabu Public Domain Reprint. This is a very short book with only 9 pages describing the place names but I. A very simple map of Jamaica from Bordone's Isolario (The Book of Islands), printed in Venice in 2: "Place names and history".
Jamaican Place Names. Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press. 13– Jamaica Folk Medicine: A Source Of Healing by Arvilla Payne-Jackson: Jamaica in Black and White: Photography in Jamaica Cc the David Boxer Collection by Edward Lucie Smith: Jamaica in Independence: Essays on the Early Years by Rex Nettleford: JAMAICA in Pictures (web-enhanced) by Janice Hamilton: Jamaica Insight Compact Guide by G.
This is a list of place names originally used in England and then later applied to other places throughout the world via English settlers and explorers. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Get print book. No eBook available. AbeBooks; Find in a library; All sellers» Dictionary of Place-names in Jamaica.
Inez Knibb Sibley. Institute of Jamaica, - Jamaica - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. “Jamaica Inn stands today, hospitable and kindly, a temperance house on the twenty-mile road between Bodmin and Launceston.
In the following story of adventure I have pictured it as it might have been over a hundred and twenty years ago; and although existing place-names figure in the pages, the characters and events described are entirely. Welcome to Family History Jamaica This site aims to encourage sharing and exchanging information ranging from tips on how to research family names to ideas on how to identify place names such as located in parishes and district.
Information has been gathered from different sources to encourage interest to research into your ancestral line. JAMAICAN SURNAME ORIGINS. The diversity of Jamaica's people and their surnames is reflected in the island's Motto, "Out of Many One People." The inhabitants of Jamaica came from many different countries.
SURNAMES FROM GREAT BRITAIN. In the English, under the command of William Penn and Robert Venables, captured Jamaica from the Spanish who. A more mundane origin for the name is suggested in the book “Jamaican Place Names”, however. Shrouded in mist or shrouded in legend, there she is Catherine’s Peak!
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It is Bude, but not in North Cornwall. The list is probably not % comprehensive and, although Cornwall place names are spread all over the world, Author: Lyn Barton.