Profile & Legacies Summary
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Claimant or beneficiary
- Laurence Fitzgerald described as 'deceased in his lifetime proprietor of plantations Richmond Hill and Cheltenham cum annexis situate in the island of Leguan'. Litigation brought by Thomas Christopher Fitzgerald of Fane Valley Co. Louth as administrator of will of Thomas Fitzgerald [MP], late of Fane Valley. Described as 'Lawrence Fitzgerald late of Demerary and Essequibo' in notice to creditors by his executor in the colony after his death c. 1841.
- Thomas Fitzgerald said to be a merchant who became wealthy in the West Indies and returned to Ireland to seek a seat in Parliament. Bought Fane Valley near Dundalk August 1823: had two sons, Thomas Christopher (01/08/1820-27/04/1871) and Percy Hetherington (1831-1925; the same source also gives 1834 a dob). Laurence was possibly a brother of Thomas Fitzgerald MP.
- Lawrence Fitzgerald of Plantation Richmond Hill married Sarah Antonia Goodman daughter of Lt-Col Goodman at her father's residence in Georgetown Demerary and then by the Rev. J.T. Hynes of the Roman Catholic Church in 26th November last (i.e. 1829).
Name in compensation records
Sarah Antonia Goodman
Associated Claims (3)