Jamaica Manchester 448 (Park Hall)

20th Feb 1837 | 134 Enslaved | £2801 19s 7d

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Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 294.

William Tabbernor and others versus Hannah Tabbernor and others.

T71/1606: letter, dated 31/10/1835, from Jas. Ridley, of Liverpool, re. a power of attorney from Adam Hogg (the acting executor in Jamaica of Thomas Tabbernor (deceased)) for the money. States that the widow of Thos. Tabbernor is in England and has a life interest. Parties in succession have filed counterclaims 'for the purposeof vexation and delay'; 'Mrs Tabbernor is in great measure dependent upon the Compensation for her subsistence'.

T71/73 p. 420: 139 enslaved persons registered in 1832 by John Davy and John Wilson, as attorneys for Thomas Tabbernor.

Jamaica Almanac (1826): Park Hall estate registered to James Tabbernor, with 95 enslaved persons.

See also Vere claim no. 164.

T71/1190: claim from William Tabbernor, of the city of Bristol, a grocer, and John Tabbernor, of Gayton, Staffordshire, etc., under the will of Thomas Tabbernor.

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