Turtle(?) Island, St Thomas

Estate Details


Associated People (8)

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
- 1769 [EY] → Owner

In his will of 1769, Constantine Phipps senior (q.v.) left his estate in St Thomas, Middle Island St Kitts to his son Constantine. The estate transcribed as Turtle[?] Island in the Compensation Records was previously shown in the Slave Registers as 'Con Phipps' in St Thomas and must be the same estate.

1817 [EA] - 1825 [LA] → Owner
1828 [EA] - 1831 [LA] → Previous owner
1831 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Joint owner
1831 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Joint owner
1831 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Joint owner
1832 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Owner
1832 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Attorney

Associated Claims (1)

£1,262 15S 1D

Estate Information (8)

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1817
[Number of enslaved people] 47(Tot)  
[Name] [no name given]  
 

Return of Pownal (sic) Phipps, owner; returned by Hugh R Semper, manager.

 
T 71/253 191-192
1822
[Number of enslaved people] 44(Tot)  
[Name] [no name given]  
 

Return of Pownal Phipps Esq, owner; returned by Phillip Semper, manager.

 
T 71/255 72
1825
[Number of enslaved people] 43(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps  
 

Return of Pownall Phipps, owner; returned by Philip Semper, manager; the name of the estate is only found in the index.

 
T 71/256 300-301
1828
[Number of enslaved people] 44(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps  
 

Returned by Thomas A Hardtman attorney for the estate of Pownall Phipps, deceased owner. The estate name is found in the index. St. Thomas, Middle Island

 
T 71/258 94
1831
[Number of enslaved people] 71(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps  
 

Return of Messrs Mannings and Anderdon, owner; Thomas Turner, attorney; 16 enslaved people were purchased (2 from estate of P J Luard, 1 from James Evenden, 11 from David Elliot, 1 from John Rawlins and 1 from Roger Woodburne); 44 enslaved people were leased from the heirs of Pownal Phipps, owner.

 
T 71/259 93-95
1832
[Number of enslaved people] 70(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps Estate  
 

Return of Mannings and Anderdon, owner; returned by Thomas Turner, attorney; 70 enslaved people were delivered to Benjamin Green Esq on 8 Feb. 1832.

 
T 71/260 64
1832
[Number of enslaved people] 70(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps Estate  
 

Return of Mannings and Anderdon, joint owners; returned by Thomas Turner, attorney; 70 enslaved people were delivered to Benjn. B Greene Esq on 8 February 1832.

 
T 71/260 64
1834
[Number of enslaved people] 70(Tot)  
[Name] Con Phipps Estate  
 

Return of Benjamin Greene, owner; returned by B B Greene, attorney; 20 enslaved people were purchased from the assignees of Messrs Mannings and Anderdon; 42 people were received from the heirs of Pownal Phipps, and 11 people were received from William Greatheed Crooke; the estate name is written as "Con Phipps Estate, half way Tree"; this entry is followed by a separate return for the same estate.

 
T 71/260 62 to 64