Utile and Paisible

Estate Details


Associated People (1)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1794 [EA] - 1794 [LA] → Joint owner

Associated Claims (1)

£10,197 4S 2D

Notes

  1. In 1794 the owner [Eigenaar] of Utile et Paisible was shown as Lambert Blair en Comp., and the administrateur and directeur as J.C. Wintz.

Sources

  1. Naam-Lyst der Bestierders...op de Colonie de Berbice. We are grateful to Paul Koulen for providing his transcription of this source.

Estate Information (6)

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1794
[Name] Utile & Paisible  
 

Owned by Lambert Blair in 1794 & Co., Naam-Lyst der Bestierders...op de Colonie de Berbice. Plantagie Utile & Faisible [sic] Eigenaar Lambert en Comp; Adminis. J.C. Wintz; Directeur J.C. Wintz.

 
Naam-Lyst der Bestierders...op de Colonie de Berbice [transcribed by Paul Koulen, 2011] p. 11
1818
[Number of enslaved people] 148(Tot) 59(F) 89(M)  
[Name] Utile and Paisible  
 

Return of slaves attached to Plantation Utile and Paisible situate on the West Bank of the River Berbice the property of John McCamon and James Blair, this return made by John Ross their attorney 06/12/1817 [signed 17/12/1817].

 
T71/437 236-237
1825
[Name] Utile and Paisible  
 

Return of slaves the property of James Blair and attached to Plantation Utile and Paisible situate on the west bank of the River Berbice, return by James Culley attorney. Number of slaves 01/01/1822 170; additions 14 (9M 5F), deductions 24 (10M 14F), total 01/01/1825 160.

 
T71/442 43-44
1828
[Name] Utile and Paisible  
 

Return of slaves the property of James Blair and attached to Plantation Utile and Paisible situate on the west bank of the River Berbice, return by James Culley attorney. 31st December 1827 the whole of the Utile and Paisible gang transferred and attached to Pln Balthayock the property of James Blair in number 154.

 
T71/443 509-510
1828
[Number of enslaved people] 104(Tot)  
[Name] Utile and Paisible  
 

Return of slaves the property of James Culley and George Watson and attached to Pln Utile & Paisible situate on the West Bank of the River Berbice, return made by James Culley for himself and as the attorney of George Watson. All the enslaved people were new: many of them had been purchased from 'Westrick & Pool and heirs of Fraser.'

 
T71/443 583-588
1831
[Number of enslaved people] 142(Tot)  
[Name] Utile & Paisible  
 

Return of slaves the property of James Culley and George Watson as attached to Pln Utile & Paisible situate on the West Bank of the River Berbice, return made by James Culley.

 
T71/444 181-186