Nevis 38 (Stoney Hill)

31st Oct 1836 | 126 Enslaved | £2214 13S 10D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 314.

The award was split: £100 went to G. W. Parson; £2114 13s 10d went to Pinney and Case.

T71/882: claim by Geo. Webbe, tenant for life. Counterclaims inter alios from G.W. Parson, as executor of Frances Parson (widow of Edward Parson), for the balance of an annuity of £100 (due £221 17s 7d plus interest from 14/04/1835); Frances Mary Parson, of Little Abington Cottage, Cambridge, for an annuity of £200 and 4 years arrears; C. Pinney and R.E.C. Bond, creditors of testator (under whom the above named George Webbe claims), for principal and interest amounting together to £6860; and from Charles Webbe, of Flushing, in the parish of Mylor, Cornwall, as annuitant for £1275 due up to 24/06/1835. Geo. Webbe Parson to receive £100 in lieu of a counterclaim filed under Nevis claim nos. 39 and 39 [sic].


Further Information

Colony
Nevis
Claim No.
38
Estate
Stoney Hill
Contested
Yes

Associated Individuals (6)

Unsuccessful claimant (Tenant-for-life)
Unsuccessful claimant (Annuitant)
Unsuccessful claimant (Annuitant)
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee

Associated Estates (1)