Jamaica St James 35 (Anchovy Bottom)

13th Mar 1837 | 206 Enslaved | £3722 9s 3d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 306.

The award was split: £1464 14s 9d went to G. G. Barrett; £2257 14s 6d to went to Geo. Joad.

T71/873: claim by Henry Waite Plummer, of St James, as owner-in-fee. Counterclaims include the Assignees of Plummer and Wilson, and 'John Cobb, Hawkhurst, Assignee of a mortgage 3rd March 1814 £5250'. 'GGB Leamington Priors' (of Warwickshire) counterclaimed for arrears of an annuity of £1584 4s 11d and 'for hire of negroes indre 2 March 1813'. Geo. Joad counterclaimed as 'mortgagee indre 2 March 1813 £85,558 3s 21/2d'.

Jamaica Almanac (1828): Anchovy Bottom estate registered to Henry W. Plummer, with 252 enslaved persons.

Times 05/12/1828 p. 1: shows George Joad as a London merchant, acting as an agent from 10 George Yard, Lombard St., for ships to India.

Times 01/12/1838 p. 8: auction by order of executors of George Joad's marine residence at Walmer near Dover.

Further Information

St James
Claim No.
Anchovy Bottom

Associated Individuals (4)

Unsuccessful claimant (Assignee)
Unsuccessful claimant (Owner-in-fee)
Awardee (Mortgagee)

Associated Estates (1)