Charles Kegan

???? - 1835


Of Bath, secured creditor on the Kingston Park estate of Rev. Charles Paul (q.v.), whom he described in his will as his niece's husband. His relationship to the Horne family has not been confirmed but he would appear from his will to have been the brother of the wife of John Horne of St Vincent.

  1. Will of Charles Kegan of [Queen Square] Bath [made in 1833] proved 28/03/1835. He had, he said, lent £1500 to Rev. Charles Paul secured on the latter's estate in St Vincent, and he instructed his trustees to avoid any inconvenience to Rev. Charles Paul in calling the loan, but once repaid he left the proceeds to his nephews Rev. Charles Douglas Horne, George Horne and John Horne in equal shares. He left his residual estate between his nieces Mary Keating, Nancy Kegan Tugwell, Frances Kegan Paul and Eliza Kearton Cox.


  1. PROB 11/1844/220.

Further Information


Associated Estates (1)

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  • SY - Association Start Year
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  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
Mortgage Holder

In his will made in 1833 and provide 1835 Charles Kegan recorded the £1500 he had lent to Rev. Charles Paul secured on the latter's estate.

Relationships (5)

Mortgagee → Mortgagor
Notes →
Charles Kegan had lent Rev. Charles Paul £1500 secured on the latter's estate [and enslaved people] in St Vincent. Rev. Charles Paul was married to Charles Kegan's niece....
Testator → Executor
Testator → Executor
Notes →
Mary Keating was the niece and co-heir as well as co-excutore of Charles Kegan....
Uncle → Niece

Addresses (1)

Queens Square, Bath, Somerset, South-west England, England