William Beckford (politician)

William Beckford was a well-known political figure in 18th-century London, who twice held the office of Lord Mayor of London. His vast wealth came largely from his plantations in Jamaica and the large numbers of enslaved Africans working for him and his family. He was, and is, often referred to as Alderman Beckford to distinguish him from his son William Thomas Beckford, author and art collector, and from his nephew William Beckford of Somerley (1744–1799), author and planter. He was a supporter of liberty at home and championed the citizens of London upon being summoned to King George III with the City Remonstrance in 1770.
Peter Beckford (junior)
Peter Beckford (junior) was a politician, slave owner and businessman in early colonial Jamaica
Cotterwood is a town in Saint Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica. It is at latitude 18° 4' 60" N, Longitude 77° 54' 0" W and at an altitude of 107 metres
Aberdeen, Jamaica
Aberdeen is a location in Jamaica getting its name from the Aberdeen Estate. It is in Saint Elizabeth Parish
Henry FitzGerald-de Ros, 21st Baron de Ros
Henry William FitzGerald-de Ros, 21st Baron de Ros was a British nobleman, the son of Lord Henry FitzGerald and his wife Charlotte FitzGerald-de Ros, 20th Baroness de Ros
Robert Dallas
Sir Robert Dallas, PC, SL KC was an English judge, of a Scottish family
Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of Balcarres
Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of Balcarres and de jure 23rd Earl of Crawford was the son of James Lindsay, 5th Earl of Balcarres. He was a general in the British Army
Cattawood Springs
Cattawood Springs is a place in Portland Parish, Jamaica located at latitude 18 04' 00", longitude 76 26' 00
John Lindsay, 20th Earl of Crawford
Lieutenant-General John Lindsay, 20th Earl of Crawford was a Scottish peer and the first colonel of the Black Watch on its formation in 1739
Charles Streynsham Collinson
Charles Streynsham Collinson (1753–1831) was an English official of the East India Company who served as the resident of Beauleah. He later returned to England settling in Sproughton near Ipswich. He was High Sheriff of Suffolk from 11 February 1801 to
Inzer (surname)
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