Jane [James?] Keating Clubley

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Claimant or beneficiary


One of a large group receiving compensation for 10 enslaved people in Westmoreland Jamaica. Possibly a mistranscription of James Keating Clubley, a soldier in the East India Co., who reportedly married Eleanor or Ellenor Paddock in 1834: one of the other awardees under the same claim was John Paddock junior.

  1. James Keating Clubley was made a cornet in the Native Horse at Madras 18/07/1804. A second James Keating Clubley, who died a Colonel in 1908, was presumably the James Keating Clubley son of James Keating Clubley and Eleanor who was baptised at the Anglican Protestant Chapel Servan-sur-Mer, Ille-et-Vilaine 01/12/1836. Another James Keating Clubley, wife Anne Elizabeth, died in Madras, India, 09/05/1868.


Westmoreland 755A-G. To date, no substantiating evidence has been found for the marriage, which is reported with some significant contradictions as to parenthood at http://records.ancestry.com/James_Keating_Clubley_records.ashx?pid=175282918 [accessed 21/06/2012].

  1. Asiatic annual register Vol. 6 p. 127; National Probate Calendar 1908; www.familysearch.org batch no. B00202-6.

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Associated Claims (1)

£170 3s 2d