Sir Rose Price 1st Bart.

21st Nov 1768 - 24th Sep 1834

Claimant or beneficiary


Awarded the compensation for the Spring Garden estate in St John's Jamaica. Rose Price's executors were awarded the compensation for the main family estate, Worthy Park, and for Mickleton Pen.

  1. Son of John Price and Elizabeth Williams Brammer. He married Elizabeth Lambart, daughter of Charles Lambart and Frances Dutton, in 1795. He acquired the title of 1st Baronet Price, of Trengwainton in 1815.

    Children: Jane Frances (?-19 Aug 1903); Louisa Douglas (?-18 Dec 1881); Elizabeth Mary (?-?); Charlotte (?-25 Oct 1868); Rose Lambart (4 Jul 1799-15 Jan 1826); Sir Charles Dutton (7 Dec 1800-18 May 1872); Captain Francis (11 Mar 1804-14 Sep 1863); John (21 Oct 1808-27 Mar 1857); George (10 Apr 1812-29 Sep 1890); Thomas (3 Nov 1817-1865)

  2. Following Rose Price's death in 1834, the Worthy Park estate - which had been in the possession of the family for 'very nearly 200 years' (Select Committee, p. 45) - was carried on by the trustees and Rose Price's executors from 1835 until December 1840, when Price's son, Thomas, took possession of it. (Select Committee, p. 58) His evidence to the Select Committee details the economic difficulties the estate was in during the 1840s.

  3. His wife’s sister, Frances Thomasine Lambart (1785-1819), married Charles Chetwynd-Talbot, 2nd Earl Talbot (q.v.)


T71/853 St Dorothy claim no. 127. T71/854 St John claim no. 64A (Worthy Park); T71/855 St Thomas-in-the-Vale claim no. 321A (Mickleton Pen).

  1. The Peerage

  2. Evidence to the Select Committee on Sugar and Coffee Planting, 3rd Report, PP1847-48 (167) XXIII Pt. I, pp. 45-76; see also the evidence (pp. 76-7) of Lord Viscount Ingestre MP, a co-trustee of Worthy Park, who was very critical of the conduct of Thomas Price's brother, George.

Further Information

Name in compensation records
Sir Rose Price
Elizabeth Lambart
4 daughters, 6 sons

Associated Claims (2)

£1,662 0S 5D
Awardee (Owner-in-fee)
£3,579 3S 2D
Previous owner