Charles Quayle Constable

1807 - 1831


Born in Dominica (either in 1805 or 1807, see below), a member of a Dominican family that relocated to Britain. Son of John Charles Constable (q.v.) and brother of John Constable (q.v.). The administrator of Charles Quayle Constable (Thomas William Doyle, q.v.) made several claims in Dominica in that capacity, two of them reflecting in turn the late Charles Quayle Constable's role as 'trustee' to John Constable, and two his role as trustee to the executors of Samuel Potter: in a further award, part of the compensation was paid by the successful claimant to Doyle as a result reportedly of Constable's role as trustee to Charles Court, although this award also involved Samuel Potter's estate.

  1. Charles Quayle Constable Adm. pens. (age 19) [sic] at TRINITY, Dec. 17, 1824. S. of John Charles. B. 1807 [sic], at Dominica. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1825 B.A. 1830.

  2. Death notice: June 5 'On his passage from Antigua, Charles Constable, esq. second son of J.C. Constable, esq. of Battersea.'


T71/881 Dominica nos. 125, 132, 299, 414 and 263.

  1., Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 [database online]. Either his age or his year of birth is erroneous in this source.

  2. Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 101 (January-June 1831) part 1 p. 650.

We are grateful for the help of Hugh Constable with this entry.

Further Information

Cambridge (Trinity) [1825-1830 ]

Associated Claims (5)

£596 7s 6d
Beneficiary deceased (Judgement creditor)
£2,090 7s 3d
Other association
£1,256 11s 10d
Other association
£1,030 11s 0d
Other association
£3,652 3s 3d
Other association

Relationships (2)

Son → Father