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I have been tracking St. Bernards from St. Paul’s District, St. George’s Parish and from St. David’s Parish for some time but am still not able to “crack the code.” Little pieces of the puzzle do come together, but still I have a lot of “orphaned” individuals and dead ends. So, I’m going to throw some of the St. Bernard information I have out to you in the hope…

Most of the St. Bernards lived either in Good Hope, Mt. Hope (I’m not sure exactly where this was, since no one seems to use that term today) or near St. Paul’s Chapel and the Tower owned by the Slingers (this area is sometimes also called St. Leonard’s Land in the old records). One group seem to have lived in Morne Delice, as well.

James ST. BERNARD and his wife Lucretia of Good Hope have a number of children in the 1880s and 1890s, all baptized in St. Paul’s Chapel:

Arthur Wellesley St. Bernard baptized in 1887

Elizabeth Virginia St. Bernard baptized in 1889

Claud Alvern St. Bernard baptized in 1891

Edward Septimus St. Bernard baptized in 1893

Edmund Fitzherbert St. Bernard baptized in 1885

George Nathaniel ST. BERNARD and his wife Julia of Good Hope:

George Templeman St. Bernard baptized in 1888

George ST. BERNARD and his wife Matilda of Good Hope:

Alfonso Matthias St. Bernard baptized in 1891

Festus ST. BERNARD and his wife Jules R. or Julia R. (record was hard to read) of Mt. Hope:

Byron Festus Macaulay St. Bernard baptized in 1886

John ST. BERNARD and his wife Elizabeth of Good Hope

Edith Matilda St. Bernard baptized in 1888

Samuel Leabertson St. Bernard baptized in 1890

Hyacinth (middle name was illegible) St. Bernard baptized in 1893

David Tennyson St. Bernard baptized in 1894

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