Sarah Hay

???? - 8th Oct 1877


Natural daughter of Elizabeth Junor, a "free coloured woman", and James Hay, owner of several estates in Grenada, who died at Chelsea in 1819. Bequeathed £10,000 in her father's will.

  1. Born in the West Indies. Living at Sloane Street, Chelsea, in the census of 1841 with her brother George Hay, sister Bridget Hay, Anne Robertson (relation unknown), 1 male and 2 female servants. Living at 127 Sloane Street, Chelsea, in the census of 1851 with brother George G. Hay, sisters Bridget Hay, Charlotte Hay, Elizabeth Young, nephew Charles S. Young, neices Georgina E. Young and Margaret L. Young, cousin Ann Robertson and 3 female servants. Living at 127 Sloane Street, Chelsea, in the census of 1861 with her brother George G. Hay and sisters Bridget Hay, Charlotte Hay and Elizabeth Young, nephew Charles Stewart Young and nieces Georgiana E. and Margaret L. Young, with 3 female servants. Living at Errol Lodge, South Norwood, in the census of 1871 with her nephew Charles R. Young, neices Georgiana and Margaret, sister Bridget Hay and 2 female servants.

  2. The will of Sarah Hay formerly of Errol Lodge Selhurst-road South Norwood but late of 59 Elsham-road Kensington in the county of Middlesex spinster who died 8 October 1877 at 59 Elsham-road was proved at the Principal Registry by Charles Stewart Young of 59 Elsham-road Esquire the nephew the surviving executor. Effects under £1,000.


PROB 11/1622/35.

  1. 1841-1871 censuses online.

  2. National Probate Calendar 1877.

Further Information

died unmarried
Wealth at death

Relationships (7)

Sister → Brother
Sister → Brother
Natural Daughter → Father
Daughter → Mother

Addresses (3)

127 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London, Middlesex, London, England
59 Elsham Road, Kensington, London, Middlesex, London, England
Erroll Lodge, Selhurst Road, South Norwood, Surrey, South-east England, England