Barbados 4925 (Ashton Hall)

1st Aug 1836 | 83 Enslaved | £1945 16S 7D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 327.

 

T71/899: claim from John Trent etc., devisees in trust to the estate of Harrison Walker Sober [?] (deceased), of St Peter, by their attorney Edw. Thomas. Counterclaim from the Daniels as judgement creditors, and from Harrison Padmore.

 

See also Barbados claim no. 4366 for John Trent.

 

T71/1611: letter, dated 01/12/1835, from Harrison Padmore, solicitor, 2 Oxford Villas, asking about the counterclaim process, and stating that he had written since to Lord Glenelg with a counterclaim, claiming £2000 legacy.

 

T71/1592: the rules were depatched to Harrison Padmore, 2 Oxford Villas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, on 09/05/1834.

 


Further Information

Colony
Barbados
Claim No.
4925
Estate
Ashton Hall
Contested
Yes

Associated Individuals (4)

Beneficiary deceased (Tenant-for-life)
Awardee (Trustee)
Awardee (Trustee)
Awardee (Trustee)