Jamaica St Thomas-in-the-Vale 322

14th Dec 1835 | 15 Enslaved | £430 8S 8D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 9.

T71/1602: letter dated 19/03/1834 from R.D. Clunie, late of Island of Jamaica now resident in London, arguing for higher compensation (£200) for enslaved tradesmen: see also St Andrews claim no. 480. He has 'sundry valuable coppersmith and plumber negroes' trained at a cost of £200 and more; states that head tradesmen get only 4 years apprenticeship.


Further Information

Colony
Jamaica
Parish
St Thomas-in-the-Vale
Claim No.
322
Uncontested
Yes

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