Alice Callender (née Rice)

???? - 1803


Biography

  1. In the will of Alice Callender widow of Bristol proved 29/11/1803 she reiterated the provisions of her husband Timothy's will, and in addition bequeathed an estate she described as Foul or Fowl Bay, which had belonged to her brother Nicholas Rice, together with the enslaved people attached to it, to her son Nicholas Rice Callender, £4000 currency to her son John Rice Callender, and the enslaved people that had belonged to her prior to her marriage to Timothy Callender and who were or had been on an estate called Lower Plantation, the property of Timothy Callender, to her two sons.

Sources

  1. PROB 11/1400/351

Further Information

Absentee?
Transatlantic
Maiden Name
Rice
Spouse
Timothy Callender

Associated Estates (3)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1800 [EA] - 1803 [LA] → Tenant-for-life

This is a tentative association. Timothy Callender did not name the estates he left in his will of 1800, although Alice Callender the wife was certainly tenant-in-tail of his estates under the will.

- 1803 [EY] → Owner

This is tentative. Alice Callender nee Rice left an estate called Fowl or Foul Bay to her son Nicholas Rice Callender in 1803.

1800 [EA] - 1803 [LA] → Tenant-for-life

This is a tentative association. Timothy Callender did not name the estates he left in his will of 1800, although Alice Callender the wife was certainly tenant-in-tail of his estates under the will.


Relationships (3)

Widow → Deceased Husband
Mother → Son
Mother-in-law → Daughter-in-law

Addresses (1)

Bristol, Gloucestershire, South-west England, England