Rev. Philip Castel Sherard

???? - 1814


Biography

Anglican clergyman and remarkably a West India merchant in partnership with George Reid jun. (q.v.), presumably through his wife's Jamaica connections.

  1. Will of Rev. Philip Castel Sherard clerk of Godmanchester Huntingdonshire proved 01/04/1815. In the will he gave up to his wife Sarah Haughton Sherard any property to which he might have been entitled from or through John Haughton James of Burnt Ground in Jamaica. He set aside £15,000 for his younger children, identified as Emma and Haughton James Sherard. His main heir was his son Philip Castel Sherard, later 9th Baron Sherard (1804-1896).

Sources

Details of his partnership are included in Oakley v Pasheller, 1836, in which the debt of £10,000 incurred by Sherard and George Reid to Sir Charles Oakeley was held to be a liability of the successor partnership of George Reid and Roger Kynaston rather than of Sherard's estate.

  1. PROB 11/1567/18.

Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Spouse
Sarah Haughton James
Children
Philip Castel; Emma; Haughton James

Associated Estates (1)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1810 [EA] - 1814 [LA] → Not known

Although neither the Jamaica Almanacs nor the will of George Reid senior [made in 1819 and proved in 1823] reflect this, a document of the demise of the estate dated 09/08/1823 in the John Carter Brown Library suggests that Rev. Philip Sherard was a joint-owner of Friendship c. 1810 with George Reid jun., known to have been his partner.


Legacies Summary

Commercial (1)

George Reid & Co.
West India merchant  
 

Relationships (3)

Brother-in-laws
Son-in-law → Father-in-law
Business partners

Addresses (1)

Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, Central England, England