Thomas Goldwin

???? - 1809


Merchant in Jamaica fl. 1773-1796, owner of Mullet Hall estate in Clarendon, Jamaica in 1779, dying c. 1809 in England.

  1. Will of Thomas Goldwin of Vicars Hill Hampshire proved 16/11/1809. In the will he left £17,000 in trust to fund three annuities: £500 p.a. to his sister Lucy Breton; £250 p.a. to his niece Maria Hardy and £100 p.a. to his nephew Thomas Goldwin Breton. Elizabeth Martha Pickering late of Rickmansworth and formerly of Jamaica had conveyed to him in 1785 a moiety in 65 enslaved people and 25 head of stock, and he left these to his sister-in-law Susanna Coppell for life. His residuary heirs were his nephews and nieces.


A deed of conveyance to Thomas Goldwin for Mullett Hall in Clarendon, 640 acres, dated 1779 is referred to but not reproduced in Vere Langford Oliver, Caribbeana being miscellaneous papers relating to the history, genealogy, topography, and antiquities of the British West Indies (6 vols., London, Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, 1910-1919) Vol. 2 p. 144, which gives a sketch of Goldwin's activity in Jamaica.

  1. PROB 11/1505/268

Further Information

Elizabeth Shickle

Associated Estates (1)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1779 [SY] - → Owner

Relationships (2)

Business partners
Notes →
Also brothers-in-law, having married Shickle...
Son-in-law → Father-in-law

Addresses (1)

Vicar's Hill, Lymington, Hampshire, Wessex, England