Awarded part of the compensation for Vernon's in Antigua as assignee of an annuity with others, but possibly also as beneficiary. Charles Henry Strode (q.v.), his brother or uncle, received part of the same award in his own right.
There are two possibilities: James Cranbourne Strode (1780-1845) or (less likely) his son of the same name (c. 1812-1852).
The deaths of two James Cranbourne Strodes were registered in close succession, one 1845 at Stepney and one Q1 1852 at St George Hanover Square. No will has been found for the first death. The will of James Cranbourne Strode of Hollington Sussex proved 19/03/1852 makes his uncle Charles Henry Strode his main heir.
Death at the house of her father the Rev. H. Chatfield, Balcomb Sussex in the 25th year of her age, of Anne, the wife of James Cranborne Strode Esq., 'to whom William Strode lately deceased left a very handsome fortune', in 1809. James Cranborne [sic] Strode widower married Sarah Lindsay spinster at St Marylebone 10/01/1812. This is the older James Cranbourne Strode (1780-1845).
T71/877 Antigua claim no. 324 (Vernon's), which gives him as J. C. Strode and shows him as of Weymouth, Dorset.
Ancestry.com, London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database online]; PROB 11/2150.
Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 79 Part 2 (Oct. 1809) p. 985; ibid., p. 781 carries an obituary of William Strode of Upper Brook Street and Northaw Herts, a placeman, who was further described [p. 1072] as leaving two nephews, James Cranborne and Charles, and four nieces, the children of his brother, the late Rector of Hatfield. James Strode, CCEd [database online] Person ID 77074, is shown as Rector of Berkhamstead 1770-1787.
Name in compensation records
£4,906 5s 5d
Most likely brothers but conceivably nephew and...