St Vincent 456A & B (Adelphi Estate)

18th Jun 1836 | 485 Enslaved | £12765 13s 8d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Not listed in Parliamentary Papers.


T71/892: claim by Geoge Colquhoun Grant, owner-in-fee. Counterclaims from James McCall, Glasgow (judgement creditor for £28195 currency); Louisa Ann Grant, owner-in-fee, 13 enslaved persons; Wm Fraser of Cullbrooke [=Culbokie?], judgement creditor etc. Award split: £336 10s to Louisa Ann Grant; £3676 14s 4d to Wm Fraser; £9881 17s 9d to James McCall.


T71/1610: letter from Forbes & Co. dated 04/07/1837: let us have decision on counterclaim of Messrs Lucas & Hay, 'under an apprehension that an Award will be arranged between the other parties'.


See Times 21/2/1828 p. 3 for details of profitability of the estate and for Major Charles Grant's ownership, in the context of his messy divorce.  Louisa Ann Grant was his daughter, who married Dr John Lister of Beaumont St Portland Place on 15/04/1844.


T71/500 pp. 3-6: enslaved persons registered in 1834 by George C. Grant for Chas Grant and George Grant heirs of late Chas Grant and of himself, Mrs Birch and Sarah Grant as devisees under last will of Chas Grant the elder deceased.

Further Information

St Vincent
Claim No.
456A & B
Adelphi Estate

Associated Individuals (5)

Other association
Unsuccessful claimant
Awardee (Judgement creditor)
Awardee (Judgement creditor)

Associated Estates (1)