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Re: Peter Scully, Ireland DOB circa 1890
Posted by: Marsha Johnson (ID *****0437) Date: June 01, 2008 at 18:32:44
In Reply to: Re: Peter Scully, Ireland DOB circa 1890 by Gregory Scully of 727

Anyone of you guys know a George Scully, he his my Great great grand dad. My Scully's are originally from Ireland but not sure exactly where in Ireland. He had a brother name John Scully he was an overseer at a sugar estate in Jamaica. I realise that the Scully family had experience with sugar estate plantation.

In 1841, the following people arrived in Jamaica, from London, on the ship Ethelred. They might have been from Ireland, where the Scully family came from originally:
John Scully, age 28, ploughman
Ellen Scully, age 26, labourer
Martin Scully, age 10
John Scully, age 7
Mary Scully, age 3
William Scully, age 8 months.

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