Jamaica Clarendon 25 (Fellowship Hall)

7th Nov 1836 | 83 Enslaved | £1549 0S 9D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 292.

T71/859: claim by Margaret Gregory. Counterclaim from the Mitchells of Lime St, London as judgement creditors for £978 7s 7d.  Adjudged £569 1s 0d to the Mitchells, remainder to John Phillips, surviving executor of John Gregory. Margaret Gregory had claimed as executor and tenant for life, then died. Margaret Gregory was the widow of John Gregory of Plumdon near Annan [south-west Scotland] lately residing at Edinburgh: John Phillips was a solicitor in Edinburgh. Fellowship Hall was a coffee plantation.

Will of John Gregory, husband of Margaret Milligan, dated 07/07/1826 made explicit provision for slave compensation money. http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/w/wills-12.htm [accessed 26/01/2012].


Further Information

Colony
Jamaica
Parish
Clarendon
Claim No.
25
Estate
Fellowship Hall
Contested
Yes

Associated Individuals (5)

Deceased claimant unsuccessful
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