St Kitts 210 (Needsmust)

25th Jun 1836 | 174 Enslaved | £2770 17s 3d

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T71/879: claim by Wm. Woodley; counterclaim from Henry Woodley, of Hammersmith, and others (including Mr Wright, of Jersey, according to a letter, dated 14/11/1836, of Forbes Hale (T71/1609)), all beneficially interested under the will of Wm. Woodley. Rev. George Carpenter Hale and Frederick Corrance were trustees for Wm. Woodley.

T71/1609: letters, dated 23/02/1837 etc., from H. Evans refering to Capt. Woodley's late discovery of his grandfather's will.

T71/1662: Rev. George Carpenter Hale, of Hillingdon, and Frederick Corrance, of Wickham Market in Suffolk, were trustees for Eliza Woodley's annuity of £300 per annum. Eliza Woodley was the widow of Wm. Woodley. Rev. George Carpenter Hale also counterclaimed with his wife Arabella Louisa Woodburne Woodley, beneficially interested in the will of Wm. Woodley for £933 19s 6d and a further sum of £817 4s 6d, expectant on decease of Eliza Woodley.

Times 18/06/1875 p. 13: will of the Rev. George Carpenter Hale, late vicar of Hayes, Middsex. Mrs C. Corrance was his surviving daughter. He had a personal estate of under £25,000; he left his house and land at Uxbridge to his son, and his farm in Essex to his daughter. Frederick Corrance, of Parham Hall (Suffolk), was the father-in-law of Mrs C. Corrance.

Bernard Burke, A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank, but uninvested with heritable honours (London, Colburn & Co., 1836) vol. III (1836) p. 370: Mary Corrance, of Parham Hall, inherited Parham from her cousin, Mrs Elizabeth Long. Mary Corrance's son Frederick White Corrance, of Loudham Hall, married Frances-Anne, the third daughter of William Woodley, 'governor of Berbice'.

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