Party to the chancery suit of Frances Dickenson v Thomas Jones and William Cook, into which was paid the compensation for the Barton estate in St Elizabeth Jamaica. From the description of Jones and Cook as 'mercantile gentlemen' and 'consignees', the two were merchants in Britain but to date nothing further has been traced of them.
St Elizabeth no. 396. T71/1608 letter from Jennings & Bolton: Miss Frances Dickinson is the owner of Barton Estate, tenant in tail in possession and an infant and a ward of court of Chancery in a suit instituted to protect her property during her infancy. Daly is the manager of estate in Jamaica, two mercantile gentlemen [i.e. Thomas Jones and William Cook[e]] are consignees.
£3,852 15s 0d