Frances Mary Parson

???? - 1854

Claimant or beneficiary


Frances Mary Parson of Little Abington Cottage Cambridge claimed unsuccessfully as an annuitant on the Stone Hill estate on Nevis: her uncle George Webbe of Mylor had left her an annuity secured on his property there.

  1. Will of Frances Mary Parson spinster [renting at this time a cottage at] Little Abington Cambridgeshire [made in 1838] proved 13/07/1854 [when she was late of Derwentwater House, Acton]. In the will she rehearsed the settlement on the marriage of her parents Frances Parson and Edward Parson [II] made by her grandfather Edward Parson [I] pf Little Parndon, under which the latter settled £500 p.a. secured on his St Kitts' estates to the children of Frances Parson 'forever'. She left her share of this to her elder brother William Woodley Parson Rector of Brandon cum Wangford in Suffolk, failing whom to her youngest brother George Webbe Parson; she also left her brothers two legacies of £100 and £500 from her grandmother Mary Parson and her aunt also named Mary Parson. Neither the annuity of £200 p.a. left to her by her uncle George Webbe nor interest on the arrears had been paid to her since 25/06/1831, she said: she left £800 [of the arrears] to her brother George Webbe Parson and the rest to her sisters Grace and Louisa Ann Parson and her niece Eliza Estridge.

  2. Her sister Louisa Ann Parson died 11/04/1885 at 16 Redcliffe Gardens leaving £10,805 3s 7d.


  1. PROB 11/2195/106.

  2. National Probate Calendar 1885.

Further Information


Associated Claims (1)

£2,214 13s 10d
Unsuccessful claimant (Annuitant)

Relationships (4)

Grand-daughter → Grandfather
Sister → Brother
Sister → Brother
Niece → Uncle

Addresses (2)

Little Abington, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia, England
Derwentwater House, Acton, Middlesex, South-east England, England