GSSAThe 1820 Settler Correspondence
 as preserved in the National Archives, Kew
 and edited by Sue Mackay

Additonal Information

This is pre 1820 information mainly taken from actual images of parish registers held at the London Metropolitan Archives, Westminster Archives, West Yorkshire Archives, Manchester Central Library, non-conformist registers at the National Archives at Kew (RG4), online parish registers at CityArk or from original images at Family Search. I have also included some information from original images of Scottish old parish registers and English parish records which I have personally researched. Where reference is made to the London Gazette, the full version can be downloaded from http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/

Sue Mackay

CARNEY, James - Extra Data

 

(member of DIXON's Party)

 

London Metropolitan Archives

 

William CARNEY, Batchelor of this parish and Jane HUNT, Spinster of this Parish were married by banns on 8 September 1788 in St.George the Martyr, Queen Square

Both made their mark

Witnesses: Josiah HUNT and Ann KENDALL

 

James, son of William and Jane CARNEY, Vine Street, was baptised 22 June 1789 in St.Andrew's, Holborn

 

James CARNEY Bachelor of this Parish and Elisabeth LEACHER Spinster of this Parish were married by banns on 26 November 1819 in Christ Church with St.Mary and St.Stephen, Spitalfields

James CARNEY (signed)

Elisabeth LEACHER (X)

Witnesses: Jno. COBLEY and Charlotte SCOTT

 

Elizabeth, daughter of James and Elizabeth CARNEY, St.George's E., Sadler, was baptised 14 November 1819 in St.John's, Wapping (born August 12th 1819)

 

Elisabeth LEACHER is certainly the one who emigrated in Dixon's Party, as the name Leacher was handed down in the family of their daughter Susannah, born at the Cape. Many sources in South Africa state that James' wife was Elizabeth CLARK, and there was a marriage of James CARNEY, widower, and Elizabeth CLARK on 2 February 1816 in St.Saviour, Southwark (this James previously married Elizabeth COATES on 9 February 1812 in St.Maryebone) but it is unlikely that this is the emigrant James CARNEY as there is a burial for a James CARNEY aged 44 in St.Saviours (the same church where the marriage to Elizabeth CLARK took place) on 17 August 1817.

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