Antigua 84 (Blake's)

10th Oct 1836 | 125 Enslaved | £1830 1s 2d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 309.


T71/877: claim from Sarah Masterson, as owner-in-fee. Counterclaim from Wm. Saunders, of the City of Worcester, England, by his attorney Paul Horsford, as mortgagees for £7500 with interest to 09/08/1834 amounting to £1387 10s. Withdrawn.


T71/1593: letter, dated 23/01/1836, to Wm. Saunders, stating that there is no problem with the award to Sarah Masterson now Wm. Saunders has withdrawn his counterclaim, but there was a problem with his power of attorney to receive the compensation until a new Act of Parliament.


T71/1609: letter, dated 24/01/1836, from Wm. Saunders, Worcester, complaining about delays - he had received no interest for 4 years etc..


T71/1609 unnumbered bundle: letter from Wm. Saunders' attorney in London, Wm. Grane, of 23 Bedford Row. Refers to Wm. Saunders' mortgage and to the mortgagor, 'the Countess Selina Masterton'.


T71/735: Valuers Return shows  'The Countess SSMasterson'.


T71/1220: Wm. Saunders' counterclaim alludes to an indenture of 1824, which Sarah Masterson was party to and was shown as of Boulogne.


Further Information

Claim No.

Associated Individuals (4)

Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Mortgagee)
Not a claimant (Attorney)
Awardee (Owner-in-fee)
Not a claimant (Attorney)

Associated Estates (1)