Eliza W. Hay (née Samuells)

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Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Eliza W. Hay née Samuells (often also given as Samuels), inherited a 'small patrimony' from her father which was then mortgaged to her brother Paul Stevens Samuells (q.v.).

  1. 'Captain Charles Hay of the Navy and Miss Eliza W. Samuels of Jamaica spinster, presently at Glassaugh contracted and were married' in 1801.

Sources

T71/871 Westmoreland claim no. 179 (Negrill Spotts). T71/1608 letter from Eliza W. Hay dated 27/12/1833 from 20 Back Wynd, Aberdeen: has claim 'for the small patrimony left me by my father for which his estate, now my brother's, is burdened..' Letter from Oliverson dated 27/03/1835: stating that Mrs E.W. Hay of Elgin, Scotland, has a mortgage on estate, mortgagors are Mr Paul Steven Samuells and Isabella his wife, Samuells is the brother of Mrs Hay.

  1. General Register Office for Scotland, OPR Marriages, 1801 153 040 Fordyce. No date was recorded, but the previous record was for 03/10/1801.

Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Maiden Name
Samuells
Spouse
Charles Hay

Associated Claims (1)

£1,562 7S 7D
Unsuccessful claimant

Relationships (2)

Sister-in-laws
Sister → Brother

Addresses (2)

Salterhill, Elgin, Moray, North-east Scotland, Scotland
20 Back Wynd, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, North-east Scotland, Scotland