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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
1801 [EA] - 1801 [LA] → Mortgage Holder
1801 [EA] - 1801 [LA] → Mortgage Holder
1801 [EA] - 1801 [LA] → Mortgage Holder
1807 [EA] - 1807 [LA] → Previous owner
1810 [EA] - 1811 [LA] → Previous owner

Estate Information (4)

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[Name] Edingham  
[Crop] Sugar  

Plotted in St Thomas-in-the-East as a sugar estate with a watermill in James Robertson's 1804 map of Jamaica.

To the King's most excellent Majesty, this map of the island of Jamaica, constructed from actual surveys. . . (London, J. Robertson, 1804), based on Robertson's survey of the county of Surrey which he compeleted in 1798.
[Name] Edingham  

PCAP 13/4/2 Description:
Printed appeal to an Appeals Committee of the Privy Council from JAMAICA, Court of Chancery [colonial, Caribbean].

Apppellant: John West, John Burrows, and John Knowles [sic: this was almost certainly John Fowles, partner with John West and John Burrows] , merchants, of Kingston, Jamaica.

Respondent: James McVicar Affleck, esq, only son and heir at law of James McVicar Affleck deceased.

Documents: Appellant's case, respondent's case.

Folios 13-26.

Subject: mortgage in 1801 of the Edingham Plantation (700 acres and sundry slaves) by James McVicar Affleck the elder, of St Thomas in the East, Jamaica, to the appellants as collateral security for debts.

Date: [1807]

[Number of enslaved people] 118(Tot)  
[Name] Edingham  
[Stock] 26  

Registered to heirs of Daniel Moore.

Jamaica Almanac (1811) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/AL11STIE.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in for 1810.
[Number of enslaved people] 100(Tot)  
[Name] Edingham  

Registered to Daniel Moore deceased.

Jamaica Almanac (1812) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/a1812por.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in for the March Quarter, 1811.