Louise Scarlett

1799 - 1876

Claimant or beneficiary


Daughter of Mary Scarlett (q.v.) and probably Dr Robert Scarlett, and owner (probably with her late sister Mary) of four enslaved people on Cinnamon Hill in St James' Jamaica.

  1. In 1841, 1851 and 1861 Louise Scarlett 'cousin' born Jamaica (c. 1800) was living with Lady Louise Currey, wife and then widow of Sir Edmund Currey, at Erlwood house Windlesham Surrey. In 1861 Peter C. Scarlett 'brother' was also living at the house. Peter Campbell Scarlett was the son and Louise Lawrence Scarlett the daughter of James Scarlett, the brother of Dr Robert Scarlett.

  2. Will of Louise Scarlett spinster formerly of Erlwood Surrey but late of 2 Lansdowne Terrace, East Lewes, Sussex who died 13/08/1876 proved 02/10/1876 by Mary Augusta Grignon, effects under £450.


T71/873 St James 815A-C.

  1. 1841, 1851 and 1861 censuses online.

  2. National Probate Calendar 1876.

Further Information

Wealth at death

Associated Claims (1)

£558 6s 2d

Relationships (1)

Daughter → Mother

Addresses (3)

15 South Lambeth [sic], Lambeth, London, Surrey, London, England
2 Lansdowne Terrace, East Lewes, Sussex, South-east England, England
Erlwood House, Windlesham, Surrey, South-east England, England