Jamaica St Thomas-in-the-East, Surrey 507 (Morant)

21st Nov 1836 | 240 Enslaved | £4184 0s 1d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 299.

Award split: £697 6s 9d to Beavan on 21/11/1836; £697 6s 8d to Blake on 19/09/1836; £2092 0s 0d to Sir Tomkyns H. Turner on 19/09/1836; £697 6s 8d to Moore & Trotter on 17/10/1836.

T71/867 Claim by Sir Alexander Crichton, London, owner-in-fee of 1/6th by John Cargill his attorney.  Sir Tomkyns Hillgrove Turner was trustee under the will of Frances Jennings for 3/6ths. Thomas Drew Beavan, London was trustee of Phillip [=Philip] Browne for 1/6th. Alexander Ellice, Captain in the Navy, owner-in-fee of 1/6th: 'received 21st Nov 1836 A. Ellice consenting to the paymt of this 1/6 to A.R. Blake'. Received 10th Oct 1836 'Statement of the appointment of new trustees under the marriage settlement of Sir Alex and Lady Crichton' [i.e. Moore and Trotter?] Counterclaim from Sir Wm Kay, Sir Charles Price, Joseph Marryat Esq. and Israel Thomas Coleman Esq banker - London, as judgement creditors for £3481 15s 6d July 1835 against Philip Brown's 1/6th.

See also StThomas-in-the-East claim no. 551 for another claim by Sir Tomkyns Hilyard Turner for Frances Jennings.

Jamaica Almanacs (1822-1833): Morant estate registered to 'Thomson & Kent, heirs of''.

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