London - 1837 - 1837
Established in London in 1739 by the philanthropist Thomas Coram to care for babies at risk of abandonment.
Charles Harrison left the Foundling Hospital £1200 in his will made and proved in 1837.
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Free person of colour, slave-owner in Jamaica. Long-term partner and later wife of Thomas Legal Yates. Living in Britain from the mid-1830s until her death in 1873.
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The Buff Bay plantation was a sugar estate next to the Buff Bay River, south of Charlestown in Jamaica. By 1839, the estate was 840 acres.
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