Maria Ingledew (née Bourda)

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Claimant or beneficiary


The trustees (Jacob Bernelot Moens and John Henry Latham) of Charles Ingledew of the City of London and Maria (his wife, late Maria Daly, a widow, formerly Maria Bourda, a spinster, one of the surviving children and co-heiress of the late Joseph Bourda) were awarded the compensation for a group of 41 enslaved people in British Guiana.

  1. Maria Daly had married Longking [sic] Ingledew at St Matthew Bethnal Green London 29/10/1827. Longking Ingledew was also reportedly known as 'Charles Bereseford Ingledew' although it is unclear whether he was the Charles Beresford Ingledew 'formerly of Ebury-street, Pimlico, then of No. 18, Paul-street, Finsbury-square, then of Belle Vue Villa Friern, Barnet, then of No. 15, Duncan terrace, City road, and late of No. 20, Great Cambridge Street, Hackney-road, all in Middlesex, Gentleman' who was imprisoned for debt in London in 1838.

  2. 'Ingledew, Maria' of Southampton aged 67 who was buried in the Church vaults at St Mary Islington 13/04/1849 is very probably the same woman.

  3. The share of a Joseph James Ernest Ely under the trusts in this award was still dormant in Chancery in 1933. He was the husband of Anna Phoebe Horlock, in turn the granddaughter of Andreas Christian Boode (q.v.) through the marriage of Phoebe Boode to Isaac John Webb Horlock.


T71/1257 note of 10/05/1836 from Charles Ingledew of the city of London and Maria his wife.

  1., London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database online]. In the Report of the Proceedings in The Bourda Will Case, Before The Supreme Court of Civil Justice of British Guana, Georgetown, April 1865 (reprinted as part of the Gale Making of Modern Law, MOML series), 2012. page xv, he is referred to as "one Long King [sic], otherwise called Charles Beresford Ingledew"; London Gazette 19670 06/11/1838 p. 2431.

  2., London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 [database online].

  3. London Gazette 33919 10/03/1933 p.1618. Email from Dale Davies, 29/10/2014 citing Horlock v. Horlock, page 266 ff. in Cases in the English Courts of Common Law and Equity, 1852-1854, accessed at [accessed 04/11/2014].

We are grateful to Paul Koulen and Dale Davies for their help with this entry.

Further Information

Maiden Name
(1) Daly (2) Longking Ingledew

Associated Claims (1)

£2,259 9s 9d
Beneficiary (Legatee)

Addresses (1)

City of London, Middlesex, London, England