Estate Details

Associated People (4)

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
- 1779 [EY] → Owner
1779 [SY] - 1794 [EY] → Owner
1817 [EA] - 1837 [EY] → Owner
1827 [EA] - → Trust beneficiary

Associated Claims (1)

£1,823 6S 3D

Estate Information (7)

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[Name] Weatherill's  

John Halliday of Antigua left the Weatherill's Popeshead or Dickenson's Bay estate to his younger son Francis Delap Halliday, subject to an annuity of £400 p.a. to his wife Elizabeth and other monetary legacies. Weatherill's, he said in his will, had been sold by the Deputy Provost Marshall by virtue of sundry executions against Charles Pym Weatherill.

Will of John Halliday of Antigua 16/11/1779 PROB 11/1058/269
[Number of enslaved people] 151(Tot)  
[Name] Weatherills  

Thomas Norbury Kerby attorney of John Richard Delap Halliday proprietor. No estate name is given but in Kerby's sworn declaration he identified the enslaved people as belonging to the estate called Weatherills.

T71/245 187-190
[Number of enslaved people] 147(Tot)  
[Name] Weatherills  

William Bertie Wolseley attorney of John Richard Delap Halliday proprietor (Weatherills is identified p. 314).

T71/247 311-315
[Number of enslaved people] 141(Tot)  
[Name] Weatherills  

William Bertie Wolseley attorney of John Richard Delap Tollemache proprietor of Weatherill's estate.

T71/248 787-790
[Name] Weatherill's  

Marriage Settlement on marriage of Hubert De Burgh and Marianne Tollemache. Parties: 1. Hubert De Burgh of West Drayton, Esq.; 2. John Richard Delap Tollemache of Piccadilly, Esq., Rear Admiral. Marianne Tollemache, his daughter (aged 18). 3. George Finch of South Street, Park Lane, Esq., John Lavicount Anderdon of London, merchant, Thomas John Heming of Hillingdon, Esq., Rev. John Bathurst Schomberg of Cadogan Place, clerk. £7,000 Annuity [in fact it appears income on £7000 rather than £7000 p.a.], payable out of Weatherills Plantation on island of Antigua, West Indies. Endorsed: 19 Sept. 1845: within mentioned £7,000 paid to Trustees and invested in Bank Annuities. 10 May 1847. £5,220 worth sold and with resulting £4,500 invested in Mortgage of property belonging to Hubert De Burgh, which was transferred by Messrs. Robinson and others to them 17 May 1847 by deed which had additional charge for £5,000 by Herbert [sic] De Burgh in favour of persons beneficially interested in Trust Fund. Date: 3 Sept 1827

London Metropolitan Archives, ACC/0742/047
[Number of enslaved people] 129(Tot)  
[Name] Weatherills  

William Bertie Wolseley attorney of John Richard Delap Tollemache proprietor

T71/249 681-683
[Number of enslaved people] 120(Tot)  
[Name] Weatherills  

Meade Home Daniell attorney of John Richard Delap Tollemache proprietor. Identified as Weatherills in the affidavit.

T71/250 639-641