Jamaica St James 41A-C (Windsor Castle)

8th Feb 1836 | 99 Enslaved | £2236 3s 7d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 70.


41A: £1118 1s 9d went to John Tharp.


41B: £559 0s 11d went to T.R. Tharp.  


41C: £559 0s 11d went to Mary Harrison Tharp, John Tharp and T.R. Tharp.


T71/873: enslaved persons were registered by John Tharp, of St James, 'for heirs of Wm Tharp'.


B.W. Higman Plantation Jamaica 1750-1850: capital and control in a colonial economy (Mona, Jamaica, University of West Indies Press, 2005) p. 70 and p. 85: shows Wm. Tharp as attorney for John Tharp's property. (However, see also St James claim no. 344).


T71/223: in 1832 John Tharp registered what appears to be 99 enslaved persons on behalf of the other heirs of Wm. Tharp on Windsor and a further 94 enslaved persons on Green Pond as owner under the will of the late John Tharp Esq.. 1829 return by Mrs E. M. Tharp, as owner.


Jamaica Almanac (1826 & 1833): estate registered to the heirs of Wm. Tharp.

Further Information

St James
Claim No.
Windsor Castle
Collected by
Hawthorn, Robt. of H&S (A-C)

Associated Individuals (3)


Associated Estates (1)