1759 - 1837
Alexander Fraser of Inchcoulter, Killearn, Rosshire claimed as owner-in-fee of the Levera estate in Grenada, but the compensation was awarded to James Evan Baillie, Hugh Duncan Baillie and George Ames as 'assignees of the whole compensation money.' The same pattern was repeated for the Camden estate on Trinidad, where 'Alexander Fraser of Scotland' claimed and the Baillies and Ames counterclaimed under an assignment dated 07/07/1835, strongly suggesting the two Alexander Frasers were one and the same. In 1813, John Stewart and Alexander Fraser, both of Crossing Square London, had purchased the Camden estate in Trinidad from the failed Boldero banking concern.
T71/880 Grenada No. 690; T71/894 Trinidad no. 1641.
£2,759 1S 0D
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Owner-in-fee)
£6,042 8S 3D
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual)
Baillie, Ames & Baillie
West India merchant
Village on the Inchcoulter (or Balconie) estate in...
Built by Alexander Fraser after his purchase of the estate in 1806....
Inchcoulter, Killearn, Ross & Cromarty, Highlands & Islands, Scotland