???? - 1846
Resident, partner in Alexander Glen & Co., awarded the compensation for Hoopen Vries in British Guiana as curator of Owen Kernan deceased with George Robertson. In the mid-1840s he was identified with Alexander Glen (q.v.) as co-owner of 5 estates in Demerara: Eccles, Profit, Henry, Haagsbosch and Greenfield.
Will of Owen Kernan of Demerara proved 27/09/1833. Owen Kernan late of Demerary merchant until 30/04/1827 had been a partner in William and James Eccles of Glasgow. Hoop en Vries, together with the 133 apprentices then on the estate, was auctioned by Glen and Robertson in 1835.
James Glen was insolvent in 1846.
London Gazette 20619 03/07/1846 p. 2476.
PROB 11/1821/308; London Gazette 18402 05/10/1827 p. 2060; London Gazette 19234 30/01/1835 p. 178.
London Gazette 20936 16/01/1849 p. 144.
£7,784 19s 9d
Alexander Glen & Co.
James Glen was also sole executor of Alexander Glen, presumably either his father or brother....