St Vincent 463 (Jambon Vale)

22nd Feb 1836 | 136 Enslaved | £3814 0S 9D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 322: cause of Aldridge vs Forbes.

Claim by G.H. Ames and Wm Hartman, trustees under will of E.J. Akers. Counterclaims from Jane Akers of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, widow and the Rev. Richard Warde of Yalding, Kent, executrix and executor of Aeneas Akers and Aeneas Akers son and heir of said Aeneas Akers, mortgagees and residuary legatee £7500 with interest at 6 per cent from 01/08/1834. Counterclaims also from Baillies of Bristol as mortgagees; Nevile Reid and John Dixon of Fenchurch St, London; William Day of 55 Lincolns Inn Fields, Barrister at law, assignee of a legacy of £1000.

T71/500 p. 21: enslaved persons registered by Wm Laborde for Edmund F. Akers, at Jambou Vale.

See Caribbeana Vol v p 313 for the will of Aretas [sic] Akers of Holles St. 09/06/1814. 00 p.a. to widow Jane, £10,000 to each of daughters, £15,000 to younger son, £20,000 to eldest son. 'My son Aretas not to be educated at public school except to a University'. Will called for suit in chancery to be instituted. Edmund F. Akers was the brother of Aeneas Akers senior, Edmund F. Akers's children to inherit after Aeneas Akers's children.


Further Information

Colony
St Vincent
Claim No.
463
Estate
Jambon Vale

Associated Individuals (9)

Unsuccessful claimant (Executor or executrix)
Claimants in List E or Chancery cases (Assignee)
Beneficiary unsuccessful
Beneficiary unsuccessful
Beneficiary unsuccessful
Beneficiary unsuccessful
Claimants in List E or Chancery cases
Unsuccessful claimant
Claimants in List E or Chancery cases