Grenada 864 (Baillie's Bacolet)

2nd May 1836 | 353 Enslaved | £8985 17S 2D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 312.

Baillie versus Innes and Baillie versus Palmer.

T71/880: claim by John Wells, as receiver. Counterclaims from (eg.) Janet Higgins, in Albemarle St. (widow of Matthew Higgins), as the assignee of a legacy under the will of James Baillie; Sir John Maxwell Tylden, of Milsted, Kent, and Sir George Young, of Formosa Place, Buckinghamshire, as trustees for parties interested under the marriage settlement of Miss Colin Campbell Baillie.

Colin Campbell Baillie (q.v.) had married Edward Lloyd in London in 1816. She was presumably the daughter of Miss Colin Campbell, who married James Baillie in Grenada 26/04/1772 (Midlothian: Edinburgh Register of Marriages, 1751-1800 Volume 5. The Register of Marriages. (Marriage).   T71/1609: letter, dated 23/02/1836, from H.J. Baillie, Stone Buildings, asking how much was paid to his brother Alex Baillie, and the time of payment.

Times 16/07/1842 p. 6: reference to Baillie versus Innes as 'one of the numerous proceedings arising out of the failure of Mr Innes, who was formerly in partnership with Mr Nathaniel Winter as West India merchants'.


Further Information

Colony
Grenada
Claim No.
864
Estate
Baillie's Bacolet

Associated Individuals (10)

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