Jamaica St Elizabeth 375A & B (Vauxhall)

18th Jan 1836 | 109 Enslaved | £1946 9S 10D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 57.

 

375A - £1055 0s 0d went to Rev. Jones & Rev. Burdon; 375B - £891 9s 10d went to Bartrum.

 

T71/870: claim from T.R. Bartram [sic], of London, as executor of C. Bartram, mortgagee of John and John McIntosh. Counterclaim by Rev. Jones & Rev. Burdon, as executors of Elizabeth Smyth, for arrears of annuity of £1315 6s 0d.  

 

T71/1608: letter, dated 19/05/1837, from T.R. Bartram, stating that the compensation had been witheld for a runaway, Archy Muir, but that now he is back on the estate, per 01/01/1837 return. Asks: may I have the compensation?

 

Jamaica Almanac (1833): estate registered to John McIntosh (deceased).  

 

Jamaica Almanac (1833): Vauxhall estate registered to John McIntosh (deceased).

 

Jamaica Almanac (1828): Vauxhall estate registered to John McIntosh.

 

Jamaica Almanac (1829): Vauxhall estate registered to John McIntosh (deceased).

 

Jamaica Almanac (1818): Vauxhall estate registered to Mitchell & Hinds.

 

Jamaica Almanac (1824): Vauxhall estate registered to John McIntosh.

 

Ingram, Manuscript sources for the history of the West Indies: with special reference to Jamaica in the National Library of Jamaica and supplementary sources in the West Indies, North America, and United Kingdom and elsewhere (2000), Items 0306 and 0307, pp. 544-5: shows the June 1783 mortgage of Vauxhall estate by Francis George Smyth, of St Elizabeth but then residing in Exeter (Devon), and the Websters, of London.    


Further Information

Colony
Jamaica
Parish
St Elizabeth
Claim No.
375A & B
Estate
Vauxhall
Collected by
Scott, Charles D (A); Bartrum, TR (B)

Associated Individuals (4)

Other association
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