Jamaica St Thomas-in-the-East, Surrey 439 (Middleton Estate)

1st Feb 1836 | 25 Enslaved | £538 16s 2d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 50.

T71/867: awarded to James Townson, Kingston, trustee of Mary Ann Forsyth.

T71/150 p. 180: James Forsyth registered 29 enslaved persons as trustee of Mrs Forsyth in 1832.

See also St Thomas-in-the-East claim no. 187 for Mary Ann Forsyth.

Jamaica Almanac (1833): estate owned by Frederick F. Hill Middleton.

See also St Thomas-in-the-East claim no. 438.

T71/994: letter from Pitcairn and Amos stating they hold a power of attorney from James Townson and James Forsyth junior. Claim by James Townson of Kingston, merchant, as trustee with James Forsyth junior, now an absentee from this island. Identified James Forsyth as residing at Kingscote, Gloucestershire. James Forsyth sent a power of attorney to Pitcairn and Amos from Kingston, October 1835.

Further Information

St Thomas-in-the-East, Surrey
Claim No.
Middleton Estate
Collected by
Amos, Jno of Pitcairn & Amos attys

Associated Individuals (2)

Awardee (Trustee)

Associated Estates (1)