Profile & Legacies Summary
Of Montserrat: links to ownership of estates or of enslaved people have not been established.
- Will of Michael Dardis of Montserrat [made 28/10/1789] proved 04/04/1799. He left in trust the £4000 in 3% stock he held (the trustees were Joseph Denison and John Kirwan both of the City of London) with the income to be for the benefit of his daughter Elizabeth Mary Dardis with reversion to his nephews John Younge of Montserat and Samuel and Michael Dardis and niece Jane Dardis, the latter three children of his brother Samuel Dardis. The will was proved by Elizabeth Mary Furlonge wife of William Furlonge the younger.
Grandfather → Grandson
This is an inferred relationship. It is known that Michael Dardis' daughter Elizabeth Mary married William Furlonge jun. sometime between 1789 (when Dardis made his will) and 1799 (when it was proved...