Antigua 270 (Samuel Harman's)

27th Feb 1837 | 146 Enslaved | £2038 2S 0D

Claim Details

Claim Notes

Parliamentary Papers p. 309. The award was split between Ab. F. Favey (£48 2s 7d); Sam. Nelson (£29 0s 4d); R.H. Mason (£22 9s 0d); John McKie, W. Graham and W. Croil (£252 2s 1d); John Ahile (£372 17s 10d); John Jones (£32 6s 5d); J. Jamieson and J. Ramsey (£37 10s 4d); Wm. Shand (£565 13s 2d); E. Y. Walcott and G. L. Wilder (£678 0s 3d).

T71/877: Claim by Samuel Harman, owner-in-fee. Counterclaims were mostly from local judgement and execution creditors, with the exception of: John Jones, Liverpool; Wm. Shand; Anthony Browne of Kensington, England, annuitant and execution creditor, £5126 2s 3d (withdrawn); Major Edmund Yeomans Walcott of Woolwich, Kent, and George Lodowick Wilder of Downing Street, London, who were  'trustees under marriage settlement of Samuel M. Clogstoun [sp.?] and Miss Caroline J. Walcott, for two legacies of £3000 each under the will of the claimant's grandfather.'

T71/1609: letter dated 11/04/1839 from Samuel Nelson, of White [??] Hall Belfast - he left London without collecting the award, 'as the amount was trifling, I did not trouble myself about it since but now give it to my young Friend.'  


Further Information

Colony
Antigua
Claim No.
270
Estate
Samuel Harman's
Contested
Yes

Associated Individuals (13)

Unsuccessful claimant (Owner-in-fee)
Beneficiary
Beneficiary deceased
Awardee
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual)
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee
Awardee

Associated Estates (1)