Barbados 2935 (Halton)

25th Apr 1836 | 205 Enslaved | £4837 7s 8d

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Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 188.

Forster Clarke was an attorney for many claims in Barbados, but also signed for his own compensation.

Kathleen Mary Butler, The Economics of Emancipation: Jamaica and Barbados 1823-1843 (Chapel Hill and London, University of North Carolina Press, 1995) pp. 26 and 58: AC attorney for 19 estates 1823-43.

T71/556 p. 48: enslaved persons were registered by Forster Clarke in 1834.

James A. Thome and Joseph H. Kimball, Emancipation in the West Indies: A six months' tour in Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica in the year 1837 (New York, American Anti-slavery Society, 1838), pp. 259-60: the authors visited Horton, 'an estate owned by Foster Clarke Esq., an attorney for 22 estates, who is now temporarily living in England'. [Thome and Kimball, 2nd edn., 1839, p. 201.]

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Clarke, Forster

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