Barbados 4847 (Cabbage Tree Hall)

16th May 1836 | 121 Enslaved | £2710 18s 11d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 199.


T71/899: claim from Sir Reynold Abel Alleyne, at present in Great Britain, owner-in-fee. Counterclaim from Richard Deane (executor of John Higginson) and Eliz. Caddell.


T71/564 p. 3: enslaved persons were registered by Sir Reynold Abel Alleyne.


Madge Dresser, Slavery obscured: the social history of the slave trade in an English provincial port (London & New York, Continuum, 2001) p. 140: the author refers to the estate as Cabbage Hall, characterises early owners the Terrills as sugar merchants, and states the estate later went to the Popes of Bristol, who were lapsed members of the Bristol Baptist congregation at Broadmead.

Further Information

Claim No.
Cabbage Tree Hall
Collected by
Deane, R atty

Associated Individuals (1)

Awardee (Owner-in-fee)

Associated Estates (1)