Mary Eliza Cargill (née Pringle)
Profile & Legacies Summary
1756 - 1836
Claimant or beneficiary
Mary Eliza Cargill, probably the widow of Thomas Cargill and mother of John Cargill (q.v.).
- Burial of Mary Eliza Cargill of Beaumont Street aged 80 St Marylebone [made in 1833] proved 10/10/1836. Will of Mary Eliza Cargill, widow of St Marylebone Middlesex, proved 10/11/1836. Under the will she left £100 to her grandson Jasper Cargill [later revoked in a codicil], son of her son John Cargill; she left all the enslaved people she had to her son John Cargill; she forgave the £5000 currency owed to her by her other son Robert Cargill of Kingston; and she left £6000 to her son Richard Cargill. She left £40 to her servant Jane Ashley and manumitted her should she return to Jamaica. Her residuary legatee was her eldest son John. In a codicil she left her son Richard a further £500 to be paid out of the compensation for her enslaved people, and recognised that she could leave only the period of apprenticeship to her son John in respect of the enslaved people. She made no other adjustment in respect of Emancipation.
Mary Eliza Cargill was described as an absentee in 1817: Ancestry.com, Slave Registers of former British Colonial Dependencies, 1812-1834 [database on-line], 1817 - St Thomas-in-the-East, Jamaica.
- PROB 11/1868; Boyle's Directory (1835) shows Mrs Cargill at 2 Nottingham Place.
Associated Claims (2)
Associated Estates (1)
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
1810 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Joint owner
Beaumont Street, Marylebone, London, Middlesex, London, England