Bath and Rose Hill

Estate Details

Associated People (3)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
Tenant-in-tail or Remainderman
- 1803 [EY] → Owner
1817 [EA] - 1829 [LA] → Tenant-for-life

Shown as 'owner' in the Slave Registers but under the will of his grandfather Charles Winston the estate was entailed

Associated Claims (1)

£2,868 6S 6D

Estate Information (6)

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[Number of enslaved people] 156(Tot) 64(F) 92(M)  
[Name] Bath Estate  

Return of Benjamin Sandford, owner; returned by John Bennett, manager. This entry includes the names of enslaved children's mothers. St. George.

T71/338 79-83
[Number of enslaved people] 135(Tot) 54(F) 81(M)  
[Name] Bath  

Returned by Jno. Bennett, manager of an unnamed owner; 22 enslaved people were 'exported [in] 1819 to Trinidad'. St. George.

T71/349 85
[Number of enslaved people] 179(Tot) 76(F) 103(M)  
[Name] Bath and Rose Hill Estates  

Return of Benjamin Sandford, owner; returned by John Laidlaw as attorney; the entry is recorded by the owner's surname with the enslaved said to be attached to the estates. St. George.

T71/358 97 - 98
[Number of enslaved people] 161(Tot) 69(F) 92(M)  
[Name] Bath and Rosehill  

Returned by Henry Woodfield as manager for Benjamin Sandford, owner. St. George.

T71/359 87
[Number of enslaved people] 154(Tot) 67(F) 87(M)  
[Name] Bath and Rose Hill  

Returned by John Laidlaw, attorney of Benjamin Sandford, owner; includes a full return of the enslaved which shows that 94 of those listed were attached to the Bath Estate and 60 on the Rose Hill Estate. St. George.

T71/361 168-173
[Number of enslaved people] 144(Tot) 69(F) 75(M)  
[Name] Bath & Rose Hill Estates  

Return of Charles Winston, deceased owner; returned by Dugald S. Laidlaw, attorney . This entry includes the names of enslaved children's mothers. 10 enslaved people were purchased from William Blanc in 1831; cause of death is given for the 29 enslaved people who had died (including 6 people who had run away and were presumed dead). St. George.

T71/363 46-47