Samuel Dare

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Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Awarded shares in the compensation for the Ducketts Spring and Cambridge estates in St James Jamaica, which belonged to his wife's family. Probably the same man as Samuel Dare the trustee of Emily James under St Catherine Nos. 420 and 421.

  1. Marriage 30/05/1826 in St James of Samuel Dare and Josephine Catherine Bonella Scarlett (b. 27/09/1806), the daughter of Philip Anglin Scarlett (1768-1823) and Bonella Bowen (1773-1808, the daughter of Joseph Bowen and Sabrina Lawrence) and niece of Sir James Scarlett (later Lord Abinger).   

  2. Samuel Dare was one of two Solicitors to the Parish with William S. Grignon in St James 1824 and as an Attorney at Law in 1824 and 1839.

  3. Samuel Dare's widow Josephine Bonella Dare married Rev. Francis William Tremlett of Cambridge Terrace in February at St Johns Paddington 1849. Tremlett died 11/06/1913 at St Peter's Parsonage Belsize Park. He is identified by Amanda Foreman as the unofficial chaplain of the confederate Navy in Britain and the co-founder with Matthew Maury of the Society for Promoting the Cessation of Hostilities in America.  

Sources

 T71/873 St James Nos. 6 (Ducketts Spring, which belonged to his wife's paternal uncle and where Dare counterclaimed as the assignee of his wife's maternal grandparents) and 7 (Cambridge, where Dare counterclaimed in right of his wife and then jointly as annuitants).

  1. Anglin and Scarlett Families, Descendants of Philip Anglin www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com [accessed 17/01/2012].

  2. Jamaica Almanac 1824, 1839.

  3. Ancestry.com, London, England Marriages and Banns 1754-1921 [database online]; National Probate Calendar 1913; Amanda Foreman, A World on Fire (Penguin edition 2011) pp. 589, 625, 673.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish

Associated Claims (2)

£2,790 15S 0D
Awardee
£2,001 10S 6D
Awardee

Addresses (1)

London, London, England