Jamaica St Thomas-in-the-East, Surrey 265 (Old and New Pera)

7th Nov 1836 | 322 Enslaved | £6199 7s 3d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 299.

Award split: £264 to Elizabeth Pinnock and J.W.Harris; £5935 7 3 to 'E. Pinnock'.

T71/867 Claim by C. Scott, Morant Bay, attorney to executors of James Pinnock deceased. Counterclaims include 'Elizth Pinnock Annuitant under the last mentioned will [of James Pinnock] of £1200 per annum in lieu of dower ; for arrears: £17,100'. Counterclaim also from two other sets of annuitants under the same will, 'Mary Elizabeth Pinnock and John Wallace Harris [of St Andrew's parish], administratrix and administrator of Eliz. Truxton Pinnock an annuitant under will [dated '07/12/1829' = 05/12/1809] of Jas Pinnock £984 17s 9d'; and Elizabeth Bowran [sp?] and George Bowran [Dartmouth St T71/1200] annuitants under the will of James Pinnock for £1250 [date of will 05/12/1809].

T71/1200 Counterclaim from Elizabeth Pinnock of Southampton, widow, claiming compensation in part discharge of £17,100 sterling as arrears of  annuity of £1200 p.a. bequeathed to her by husband James Pinnock of Devonshire Place by his will of 05/12/1809.


Further Information

St Thomas-in-the-East, Surrey
Claim No.
Old and New Pera

Associated Individuals (4)

Beneficiary deceased (Annuitant)
Unsuccessful claimant

Associated Estates (1)