Barbados 3653 (Boarded Hall)

28th Nov 1836 | 177 Enslaved | £4002 6s 9d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 326.

T71/898: claim by Thos Pierreport, attorney to the executors of Sir E. Nagle, mortgagee of Sir Geo. Harnage. Counterclaim from Dame Mary Nagle (a widow), of Hampton Court, Middlesex, as an annuitant under the will of John Lucie Blackman, dated 07/05/1795, for £700 per annum for her life and £3,750 due for arrears.  

Counterclaim by Henry Young, of Essex St, Strand, and Edward Harnage, of St Georges Terrace, Cumberland Gate, as trustees under a settlement dated 07/04/1826 created by an Indre of settlement of 7/6/1791 an annuity of £150 to Lady Harnage in case she survives her husband Sir George Harnage Bart. £3000 to be raised after both are dead for their children with interest 5 per cent from day of death of the survivor.  consent from all the Parties for the Award to be made to Garret Nagle, Christopher Richard Nugent & executors of Sir E. Nagle, jointly with Henry Young and Edward Harnage. Senate House has papers of Sir George Harnage 1st baronet merchant, correspondence with Thomas Lane, 1793-1823 NRA 13982 Newton.

T71/557 p. 109: enslaved persons were registered by Thos Pierreport in 1834, for the executors of E. Nagle.

Further Information

Claim No.
Boarded Hall

Associated Individuals (9)

Beneficiary deceased
Unsuccessful claimant
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Annuitant)
Awardee (Trustee)
Awardee (Trustee)

Associated Estates (1)