Elizabeth Hodgins Cargill

1752 - 1831


Dying of London in 1831 and buried aged 79 at St Marylebone 26/03/1831. In the 1820 Slave Register she was shown as owning three enslaved people in Kingston Jamaica. She was an annuitant on Stoakes Hall under the will of Richard Cargill.

  1. Will of Elizabeth Hodgins Cargill widow of [Nottingham Place] St Marylebone proved 11/04/1831. She ordered that if her servant Caroline Lassell [sp?] was still living with her at her death and thereafter returned to Jamaica, she [Caroline Lassell] would be freed at the expense of the testator's estate. She left legacies of £200 to her nephew Robert Cargill of Jamaica, and £100 to her niece Janet Affleck and to Jasper Farmer Cargill, the son of her nephew John Cargill of Jamaica. Her residuary heir was Richard Cargill, son of her late brother-in-law Thomas Cargill.


  1. PROB 11/1784/3

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Associated Estates (1)

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1771 [EA] - → Annuitant

Legacies Summary

Physical (1)

Plaque to Elizabeth Hodgins Cargill in St Marylebone Church 
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In Memory of MRS. ELIZABETH HODGINS CARGILL, of Nottingham Place, whose Remains are deposited in the ground adjoining this Chapel. She died March 19, A. D. 1821, aged 80...

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Addresses (1)

Nottingham Place, London, Middlesex, London, England