Elizabeth Mourgue

???? - 1786


Annuitant on estates on Grenada and widow of Fulcrand Mourgues, a naturalised French merchant of London.

  1. Will of Elizabeth Mourgue widow St Marylebone proved 20/11/1786. She left three annuities of £30 p.a. each upon the lives of her three daughters 'charged upon and issuing out of certain plantation or estates in the island of Grenada which belong to or are under the direction of Henry Douglas Esq. and Sir James Cockburn bart.' to the respective daughters, who were also her residuary devisees after legacies of £50 each to her two sons and her stepson James Mourgue.


One of the estates was conceivably Paraclete, in which Ninian Home and Alexander Campbell bought a half-share in 1777, probably from Sir James Cockburn, M. Quintillana, 'The World of Alexander Campbell', Albion 35,2 (Summer 2003) pp. 229-256 at p. 243.

  1. PROB 11/1147/285

Further Information

Fulcrand Mourgue the elder
Elizabeth, Anne, Mary, Fulcrand, Henry

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Elizabeth Mourgue's grand-daughter Laetitia Maria, the daughter of her son Henry Mourgue, married John Charles...

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St Marylebone, London, Middlesex, London, England