Sarah Dunn

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Claimant or beneficiary


Awarded the compensation for eight enslaved people on Lilliput in St James Jamaica as owner-in-fee and counter-claimed unsuccessfully for dower on Ashley Hall.

  1. Lilliput was shown against Thomas Dunn deceased in 1812, heirs of Thomas Dunn in 1818, heirs of James [sic] Dunn in 1826 and 1831, heirs of Thomas Dunn 1833, Thomas Dunn deceased 1838.  Nothing further has yet been traced of Sarah Dunn, who was presumably the widow or daughter of Thomas Dunn, the proprietor of 'Lilliput Hall estate', who died c. February 1810.


T71/873 St James no. 668 Sarah Dunn England owner-in-fee (which gives it as 'Liliput'). The bulk of the compensation for the estate went to Philip Vaughan as mortgagee under St James no. 667 after he counterclaimed against a different set of legatees of Thomas Dunn.   

  1. Jamaica Almanacs transcribed at; accessed 20/7/2012.

Further Information


Associated Claims (2)

£213 1s 0d
Awardee (Owner-in-fee)
£567 2s 5d
Unsuccessful claimant (Heir-at-law)

Associated Estates (1)

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  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1834 [EA] - → Not known

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