Nevis 17 (Saddle Hill)

No Date | 112 Enslaved | £1899 11s 2d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 315.

T71/882 awarded to Walter Williamson, receiver. Counterclaims from Evan Baillie; T. Clive; John Brown. John Brown of Taunton [Somerset] submitted petition to Commission dated 29/10/1835 forwarded by J.C. Hayward of 93 Minories: J.C. Hayward states his mortgage dates back to 1765, 'and now unfortunately he is reduced to a dependance on this property the proceeds of which has been so irregularly paid.'

T71/1602: letter from J.C. Hayward dated 17/12/1835, 'I have to return my thanks for the attention you have paid to my communications on the matter of my relation Mr J Brown of Taunton, which I am sorry to find cannot yet be adjusted but I hope it soon will - his case is an extreme hard one.' Petition alludes to a Colonial chancery suit of Morton versus Dennistoun and others.

Times 5/8/1836 p. 2: sale by auction as result of Herbert v Dennistoun and Comrie v Dennistoun of Saddle Hill estate, as well as Montpellier, Clay Gut and Cox Heath. George Webbe was Master in Chancery.

Further Information

Claim No.
Saddle Hill

Associated Individuals (3)

Deceased claimant unsuccessful
Unsuccessful claimant (Mortgagee)
Awardee (Receiver)

Associated Estates (1)