Matilda Euphemia Michell (née Wilson)

???? - 1866


Two individuals inferred by LBS to have been the trustees of Matilda Euphemia Michell nee Wilson and her husband Rev. Bennett Michell were awarded part of the compensation for the enslaved people attached to Montpellier and Cradley, both on Tobago.

  1. Matilda Euphemia Michell widow died 01/02/1866 at the Parks, Minehead, leaving £8000.

  2. The 1833 Chancery suit of Michell v Noding, not yet examined by LBS, presumably deals with 'slave-property' on Tobago given the plaintiffs and defendants.


  1. National Probate Calendar 1866.

  2. C 13/1015/17; Plaintiffs: Bennett Michell and others. Defendants: Philip Wilson, James Cunningham, William Hoare Wilson and wife, Charles Wardrobe Wilson, Euphemia Elizabeth Wilson, Clara Wilson, Sir Frederick Phillipse Robinson, John Henry Noding and Margaret Wardrobe.

Further Information

Maiden Name
Rev. Bennett Michell

Relationships (4)

First Cousins
Daughter → Father
Niece → Uncle
Sister → Brother

Addresses (1)

The Parks, Minehead, Somerset, South-west England, England