Cox Heath

Estate Details

Associated People (5)

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
1817 [EA] - 1819 [LA] → Owner
1822 [EA] - 1825 [LA] → Executor
1822 [EA] - 1831 [LA] → Previous owner
1828 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Receiver
1834 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Other

Associated Claims (1)

£2,473 19S 7D

Estate Information (7)

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[Number of enslaved people] 128(Tot) 70(F) 58(M)  
[Name] Coxheath  

Return of Mrs. Martha Williams, owner; returned by A. H. [sp?] Hamilton

T71/364 154-156
[Number of enslaved people] 122(Tot)  
[Name] Coxheath  

Return of Magnus Morton, in possession

T71/365 59-60
[Number of enslaved people] 130(Tot)  
[Name] [no name given]  

Return of Mrs Martha W Hamilton deceased; returned by Magnus Morton as executor [estate name not given in the return; information from other returns used to identify the estate]

T71/366 37
[Number of enslaved people] 133(Tot)  
[Name] Coxheath  

Return of Mrs Martha W Hamilton deceased, owner, in the possession of James Davoren as receiver; returned by F J Galpine

T71/367 30-32
[Name] Coxheath  

Return of Mrs Martha Williams Hamilton, deceased, owner; the name of the person who submitted the return is not included

T71/368 43
[Number of enslaved people] 149(Tot)  
[Name] Coxheath  

Return of James Davoren, receiver in Chancery; returned by W H Rawlins

T71/369 50-51
[Size] 220  
[Stock] horned cattle, sheep, asses  

All that plantation or estate, called Coxheath, situate, lying and being in the Parish of Saint John, Fig Tree ... consisting about 170 acres of cane land, and 50 acres of pasture land, with windmill and sugar works, boiling house, curing house, and still house, in good order, 46 head horned cattle, 14 sheep, 7 asses, plantation implements and utensils, and the unexpired term of apprenticeship of 29 male praedials, 40 female praedials, 17 boy praedials, 14 girls praedials, 8 male non-praedials, 5 female non-praedials, 2 boys non-praedials, 1 girl non-praedials; … and the unexpired terms of apprenticeship of such labourers respectively, as may be on the said estates respectively, on the said day of sale.

The London Gazette, Tuesday 11 Oct 1836 pp. 1770-1771