Jamaica St Ann 119 (Haddon)

30th Nov -0001 | 82 Enslaved | £1712 12S 7D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 291.

 

T71/857: Hamilton Brown was receiver in the case of Carter vs Hayne. Counterclaims from Philip Champion Crespigny of Harefield, Middlesex, England; Wm Carter of Great Britain in right of wife by Hamilton Brown his attorney.

 

T71/1606: letter from Bridges & Mason dated 10/06/1836 stating that by an indenture of 12/10/1835 Catherine the wife of Wm Carter of Worthing in the county of Suffolk [sic] gentleman sold in consideration for £1000 to Henry Vertue Tebbs of Doctors commons all monies which might become payable by way or in nature of compensation in respect of a certain annuity of £500 a year and the arreas thereon. Catherine Carter had launched suit in Jamaica v Joseph Hayne the younger, proprietor of the estate, to force payment, and Hamilton Brown was receiver in that case.

 

T71/956: notes from Commissioners dated 12/04/1837 that under order of colonial Court of Chancery dated 23/09/1836, £1446 10s 4d is due to Hamilton Brown, £266 2s 3d to Philip Champion de Crespigny.

 

See also St Ann claim no. 399 for Wm Carter.

 


Further Information

Colony
Jamaica
Parish
St Ann
Claim No.
119
Estate
Haddon
Contested
Yes

Associated Individuals (5)

Claimants in List E or Chancery cases
Claimants in List E or Chancery cases
Awardee (Receiver)
Awardee
Beneficiary

Associated Estates (1)