Barbados 129 (Pickering's)

10th Apr 1838 | 61 Enslaved | £1322 9s 2d

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Not listed in Parliamentary Papers.

T71/895: claim by George Hewitt, receiver to Pickerings Plantation. Counterclaims from Sarah Elizabeth Goppy, as assignee of a judgement, dated 25/06/1819, for £972 currency. John Grant Wilson, of Bristol, claimed under a judgement, dated 12/09/1806, and ultimately under a mortgage, dated 24/06/1819. Henry Edey, also assignee of a judgement dated 25/06/1819, claimed for £1100. George Wilson, of St John Street, Monmouth (South Wales), claimed under the will of George Wilson. The claim went to the Colonial Court, order dated 10/04/1838.

Kathleen Mary Butler, The Economics of Emancipation: Jamaica and Barbados 1823-1843 (Chapel Hill and London, University of North Carolina Press, 1995) p. 87 shows Pickerings as bought by Bezsin King Reece from chancery 1835.

T71/553 p. 341: enslaved persons were registered by George Hewitt, as receiver, in 1834. The Pickerings Plantation belonged to Timothy Wm Halls.

T71/1306: Sarah Elizabeth Goppy counterclaimed, having been assigned by the Levis, who had been assigned it by John Grant Wilson, who had gained it against T.W. Halls.

T71/1280: the counterclaims identify Sarah Elizabeth Goppy as of the parish of St Michael's.

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Associated Individuals (5)

Unsuccessful claimant
Unsuccessful claimant (Receiver)
Unsuccessful claimant (Judgement creditor)

Associated Estates (1)