William Crawley

???? - 1830

Claimant or beneficiary


Three London-based executors of William Crawley were awarded part of the compensation for the Caledonia estate on Barbados, where he was described as assignee of a judgement.

  1. This was William Crawley of Charterhouse Square whose will [made in 1828 with a codicil of 1829] was proved 24/08/1830. One of the executors, John Richard Farre, was of Charterhouse Square and was William Crawley's son-in-law; the others were William Baker and Thomas Jones, consistent with the compensation award. Crawley left property at Hoddesdon and monetary legacies to his Farre grandchildren. William Crawley was 83 years old when buried at St Botolph without, Bishopsgate, 20/07/1830.


Barbados no. 2029: John Richard Farre of Charterhouse Sq., William Baker of East India House and Thomas Jones of Leadenhall St, executors of Wm Crawley, assignee of judgement 19/12/1820 £269 15s 8d.

  1. PROB 11/1774/365; Ancestry.com, London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 [database online].

Further Information


Associated Claims (1)

£514 12s 3d
Beneficiary deceased (Assignee)

Relationships (1)

Father-in-law → Son-in-law

Addresses (1)

Charterhouse Square , City of London, Middlesex, London, England