Bodkin's, St Paul

Estate Details

Associated People (2)

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Dead by 1774, possibly 1772. Identified as late owner of Bodkin's in the will [made in 1774, recorded in 1784] of his daughter Mary Burke nee Browne who had been left £2000 secured on the estate

1817 [EA] - 1828 [LA] → Owner

Associated Claims (1)

£3,604 8S 9D

Estate Information (7)

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[Name] Bodkin's  

'To be sold, the fee and inheritance of a Plantation in the Division of Falmouth under Monks Hill containing 300 acres, English Plantation Measure, in the Island of Antigua commonly known by the name of Bodkin's Plantation well ftock'd [=stocked] with Negroes, and proper Utensils for working of sugars...One half of the Purchase Money to be paid down. Proposals in writing to be Received by Mr John Kirwan merchant in London...'

[This reference appears in Kit Candlin, The Last Caribbean Frontier, 1795-1815]

Whitehall Evening Post or London Intelligencer 14/09/1756
[Number of enslaved people] 246(Tot)  
[Name] None given  

Paul Horsford. Inferred to be Bodkin's, the estate with a similar number of enslaved people owned by Horsford in 1824.

T71/244 98-103
[Number of enslaved people] 239(Tot)  
[Name] None given  

Paul Horsford. Inferred to be Bodkins.

T71/246 216-221
[Number of enslaved people] 226(Tot)  
[Name] Bodkin's  

Paul Horsford proprietor Bodkin's Plantation

T71/248 335-340
[Number of enslaved people] 216(Tot)  
[Name] None given  

Paul Horsford proprietor. Inferred to be Bodkins.

T71/249 344-348
[Name] None given  

Robert Horsford attorney of Paul Horsford proprietor. 19 enslaved people remained from 216 in the previous registration; '188 [enslaved people] by sale to Charles Turner of Liverpool merchant.'

T71/250 851-852
[Number of enslaved people] 188(Tot)  
[Name] Bodkin's  

Samuel Athill Turner attorney to the trustees of the estate of Charles Turner Bodkins proprietors. 188 by purchase from the Hon. Paul Horsford.

T71/250 797-800