Thomas JUNOR who was a writer in Edinburgh, Scotland. He most likely was born near the Mount Rich House, in Grenada, West Indies, America in the late 1700's.He died in Edinburgh, Scotland about 1829 due to smoke inhilation after a fire at the Parliament building.
Thomas JUNOR married Catherine BALFOUR on 26 Aug 1809 at St. Cuthberts Parish, Midlothian County, Scotland. (I have a copy of their 1809 church marriage record) Catherine Balfour is the daughter of Elphinstone Balfour (b.1754) and Margaret Bruce.Elphinstone Balfour was the son of John Balfour (b. 1715) and Catherine Cant (b. 1715).
It does not appear Thomas and Catherine Junor ever went to the West Indies after marriage.
I have a 1907 orginal family tree which indicates that the father of Thomas Junor was William JUNOR, Medical Doctor on the Island of Grenada, West Indies (this would have been in the 1700's).Grenada is a neighbor island to Jamaica.
More to the point, the 1907 family tree also indicates that Thomas Junor's brother was:
"Charles William Junor, banker in Constantinople, afterwards Jamaica."
Although the connections to the West Indies including Grenada and Jamaica, Junors and Balfours may be a coincidence in regards to your question, I thought I would nonetheless pass it on in the event it connects to other clues you might have.Also, I see on the Interent that the health minister of Jamaica at this time has the surname of JUNOR.
Id wanted, you can find family links at the Ray Balfour Family Tree at: