Probably Sarah Torrington Angell, a "free quadroon" who had at least three children with Benjamin Angell (q.v.) who were baptised in St Elizabeth 21/10/1790 alongside Sarah Torrington Angell aged 28: Mary Angell aged 6, Catherine Angell aged 2 1/2 and Sarah Angell aged 1.
By notice dated 22/05/1811 she advertised for sale “for immediate payment 6 able field negroes and a child” on the property of Providence, St Elizabeth.
Listed as having failed to provide the giving-in due on 28/09/1814, and to submit an account of clothing provided to enslaved people during 1815.
Owner of 5 slaves and 40 stock in St.Elizabeth in 1820 and 3 slaves and 40 stock there in 1821.
Robert Angell, a "mulatto" man, was by order of the Collecting Constable to be sold by public auction at Mandeville in 1827, “levied on for arrears of taxes due by Sarah Angell”.
Familysearch.org, Jamaica Church of England Parish Register Transcripts, 1664-1880 [database online].
Royal Gazette of Jamaica, 15/6/1811.
Ibid, 12/11/1814, and January 1816.
Jamaica Almanac, 1820, 1821.
Royal Gazette of Jamaica, 20/1/1827.
We are grateful to Paul Hitchings for compiling this entry.
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:
1817 [EA] - 1829 [LA] → Owner
Mother → Natural Son