Jamaica Trelawney 21

19th Oct 1835 | 23 Enslaved | £418 18s 9d

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Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 75.


T71/1608: letter, dated 16/10/1835, from Hillier & Co., 6 Raymond Buildings, Grays Inn, stating: 'a poor person named Ann Grant formerly named Ann Giddings who is entitled to a legacy under the will of her brother Anthony Giddings payable out of the Wiltshire estate at Trelawney, Jamaica, the subject of George Marret's claim no. 21, and her Mother and sister, both named Susannah Giddings, and her brother Moses Giddings (who are all poor people in this country and entitled to legacies under the same will) are apprehensive they may not get paid if the Executor is allowed to receive upon his claim...these poor persons have been ignorant what course to pursue and have carried in no counterclaim'.


See Trelawney claim no. 19 for George Marret.

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