Jamaica Manchester 273 (part)

3rd Jul 1837 | 19 Enslaved | £88 9s 7d

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Parliamentary Papers p. 293.

T71/1189: James Barry, a merchant, of Rye, Sussex, counterclaimed as the only son and heir at law of Jane Barry, the devisee under the will of John Barry, a mortgagee.

The counterclaim of James Barry by Duncan Robertson his attorney includes an indenture of November 1806 between John Green and John Barry by which a loan of £1600 by John Barry was secured by three bonds and by land in St Elizabeth and 12 enslaved people on it, and their increase. John Barry's will dated 10/05/1808 was recorded 02/05/1809: his residuary heir was his mother Jean Barry of England. Jean Barry had died intestate leaving James Barry as heir at law.

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273 (part)

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