He mar 21 May 1772, Barbados, to Isabella ----.
She is Isabella Wilkinson, widow, at marriage. Do not know maiden name.
They mar in St Michael Parish, Barbados. See mar entry from here. NOT 1771.
This is the parish of St. Michael's Cathedral in Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados.
He must be
George Errington who was appointed
Deputy Postmaster of Barbados,
2 Oct 1782.
in UK Postal Service Appointment Books.
If he had that job he must have lived in Bridgetown.
George Errington is listed as Deputy Postmaster General for Barbados on 21 May 1783. See entry in UK Postal Service Appointment Books.
George Errington is listed as Deputy Postmaster General for Barbados on 3 Mar 1784. See entry in UK Postal Service Appointment Books.
She is probably Isabella Errington, widow, who was buried 23 June 1795 in St.Michael Parish, Barbados. See entry from here.
George and Isabella had issue:
Marriage of George Errington, 21 May 1772, in St Michael Parish, Barbados.
Baptism of Isabella Errington, 1 May 1774, in St Michael Parish, Barbados.
Marriage of Isabella Errington, 25 Apr 1791, in St Michael Parish, Barbados.
Not connected to Errington, but just to show something of late 18th century Bridgetown, Barbados.
This is a painting of 1794-1800 of Government House in Bridgetown.
The family are presumably slaves.
For sale here.
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