British Guiana 2340 (Golden Fleece)

18th Jan 1836 | 427 Enslaved | £21607 18S 3D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 132.

T71/887: claim from the heirs of Philip Monoux Lucas and Thomas Naghton, proprietors of the Golden Fleece plantation.

T71/433 p. 1686: 440 enslaved persons were registered on Golden Fleece estate by Abraham Garnett in 1832.

For some figures comparing the value of the cultivation of three British Guiana sugar estates - Golden Fleece, Canefields and Columbia - "during Slavery, Apprenticeship and Freedom", see Select Committee Sugar and Coffee Planting, 3rd Report, PP1847-48 (167) XXIII Pt. I, pp. 333-5 (evidence of Thomas Naghten).

 


Further Information

Colony
British Guiana
Claim No.
2340
Estate
Golden Fleece
Collected by
Chauncy, NS and CPLang

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