Nathaniel Weeks [or Weekes] [senior]

???? - 1809


  1. Will of Nathaniel Weekes Doctor of Physic of St Philip Barbados [made in 1808] was proved 26/06/1809. In the will he left £5000 currency to each of his daughters Mary Ann Weekes and Ann Weekes. If his wife was pregnant at his death he provided that his land called Rawlins and Savanna be stocked with 30 'negro or other slaves' for the benefit of a son; if a daughter he left her £5000. He left his son Nathaniel his estate called Mangrove and the enslaved people attached to it. He explained that he and his family were about to travel to England, and he made contingent legacies of more than £18,000 to family and friends should they die on the voyage.


T71/536, p. 341.

  1. PROB 11/1500/41

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Nathaniel Weekes' daughter Anne married Rev. Philip Castel Sherard's son, also Philip Castel Sherard, later 9th Baron Sherard, in 1834....