Trinidad 1701 (Endeavour)

13th Jun 1836 | 72 Enslaved | £3590 13s 10d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 168.


T71/894: claim by Edward Protheroe, of Hampshire [sic], owner-in-fee. Edward Protheroe of Bristol submitted a long replication of John Losh's counterclaim, in which Protheroe set out the background and the sequential steps from the mortgage of enslaved people by the Bagnell family to local merchants, and then the assignment of the security to Philip and George Protheroe, and then the passing of ownership to him.


T71/519 p.2276: the enslaved persons were registered in 1834 by J. ( S.?) R. Protheroe, as attorney to Edward Protheroe.





Further Information

Claim No.
Collected by
Protheroe, Edw jun of EBP and JBElin

Associated Individuals (3)

Other association
Unsuccessful claimant (Mortgagee)

Associated Estates (1)