Profile & Legacies Summary
???? - 1830
Claimant or beneficiary
Joint owner of Beausejour estate in Carriacou and probably also joint owner of Edinburgh estate in Demerara.
- Will of Patrick Bartlet of [Nottingham Place] St Marylebone proved 17/08/1830. In his will he acknowledged his marriage settlement with his 'present wife' Anne, and charged the annuity of £500 p.a to her on his estates Sinclair, Beausejour and Belair on Carriacou in the government of Grenada. He also granted an annuity of £50 each to his natural sons Alexander, Patrick and John. He appointed as trustees Alexander George Milne the younger and William Bartlet, and left the produce of the estates for life, subject to the annuities, to Dorothea Milne, wife of Patrick Bartlet's nephew Alexander George Milne the elder. He aslo made a number of financial bequests to family including in a codicil an annuity of £100 p.a. to Mrs Mary Bartlet of Banff, the widow of his brother James.
T71/328 pp. 29-40.
- PROB 11/1774/307.
Associated Claims (2)
Nottingham Place, Marylebone, London, Middlesex, London, England