Andrew Arcedeckne  ‎(I374)‎
Given Names: Andrew
Surname: Arcedeckne
Suffix: Attorney General Of Jamaica

Gender: MaleMale
      

Death: 1765
Personal Facts and Details
Marriage Elizabeth Kersey -
wills

Show Details Note: There are three wills of Ireland 1536-1810 in Dublin.
1776 Arcedeckne, Nicholas Gortnamora, gent
1675 Arcedeckne Redmond Clonturskirt, gent
1724 Arcedikne Redmond Carrowmore, gent

Will

Show Details Note: According to records in Slave Birth, Death and Disease on Golden Grove Plantation, Jamaica, by B Wood 1985, Andrew Arcedeckne's will was drawn up in 1757 and challenged by Nicholas Bourke " a cousin of his nephew Robert Arcedeckne". Furthermore Wood states "Chaloner Arcedeckne, the son of Andrew Arcedeckne and Elizabeth Kersey, was born in Jamaica, probably in 1743 or 1744. He was educated at Eton College.."

In The Jamaica Privilege Controversy 1764-66 by JP Greene 1994 it is stated that "Bourke was an Anglo-Irishman who in about 1740 emigrated to Jamaica, where his Uncle Andrew Arcedeckne was a prominent lawyer"

and in European Migration to Jamaica 1655-1780 by T Burnard 1996 "Andrew Arcedeckne and his nephew Nicholas Bourke, leading mid-century lawyers, were all Irishmen who occupied important legal offices. www.jstor.org.

Death 1765
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Parents Family  (F2270)
Richard Arcedeckne
-
Andrew Arcedeckne
- 1765
Mary Arcedeckne
-

Immediate Family  (F139)
Elizabeth Kersey
-
Chaloner Arcedeckne
1743 - 1809
Ann Arcedeckne
- 1823


Notes
wills There are three wills of Ireland 1536-1810 in Dublin.
1776 Arcedeckne, Nicholas Gortnamora, gent
1675 Arcedeckne Redmond Clonturskirt, gent
1724 Arcedikne Redmond Carrowmore, gent
Will According to records in Slave Birth, Death and Disease on Golden Grove Plantation, Jamaica, by B Wood 1985, Andrew Arcedeckne's will was drawn up in 1757 and challenged by Nicholas Bourke " a cousin of his nephew Robert Arcedeckne". Furthermore Wood states "Chaloner Arcedeckne, the son of Andrew Arcedeckne and Elizabeth Kersey, was born in Jamaica, probably in 1743 or 1744. He was educated at Eton College.."

In The Jamaica Privilege Controversy 1764-66 by JP Greene 1994 it is stated that "Bourke was an Anglo-Irishman who in about 1740 emigrated to Jamaica, where his Uncle Andrew Arcedeckne was a prominent lawyer"

and in European Migration to Jamaica 1655-1780 by T Burnard 1996 "Andrew Arcedeckne and his nephew Nicholas Bourke, leading mid-century lawyers, were all Irishmen who occupied important legal offices. www.jstor.org.

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Family with Parents
Father

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Andrew Arcedeckne ‎(I374)‎
Death 1765
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Sister
Family with Elizabeth Kersey
Andrew Arcedeckne ‎(I374)‎
Death 1765
Wife

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Son
Chaloner Arcedeckne ‎(I372)‎
Birth 1743 Jamaica
Death 13 December 1809 ‎(Age 66)‎
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Daughter
Ann Arcedeckne ‎(I5391)‎
Death 1823 Berkshire