Farenough

Estate Details


Associated People (10)

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
1821 [SY] - 1822 [EY] → Owner
1822 [SY] - 1834 [LA] → Trustee
1822 [SY] - 1834 [LA] → Trustee
1822 [SY] - 1834 [LA] → Trustee
1817 [EA] - 1821 [EY] → Joint owner
1817 [EA] - 1821 [EY] → Joint owner
1817 [EA] - 1823 [LA] → Attorney
1826 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Attorney
1829 [EA] - 1832 [LA] → Attorney
1839 [EA] - → Not known

Associated Claims (1)

£1,884 11S 1D

Estate Information (18)

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1817
[Number of enslaved people] 93(Tot) 32(F) 61(M)  
[Name] [no name given]  
 

In the possession of George Mills as attorney to John Inglis and Edward Ellis.

 
T71/65 223-225
1817
[Number of enslaved people] 81(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
[Stock] 15  
 

Registered to Ellice Inglis & Co.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1818) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/1818al04.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1820
[Number of enslaved people] 86(Tot)  
[Name] [no name given]  
 

In the possession of George Mills as attorney for John Inglis and Edward Ellice.

 
T71/66 174-175
1820
[Number of enslaved people] 84(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to Inglis, Ellice, & Co. Stock number unclear as page is torn.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1821) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/al1821_03.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1821
[Number of enslaved people] 87(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
[Stock] 11  
 

Registered to Inglis, Ellice, & Co.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1822) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/Al22p05.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1823
[Number of enslaved people] 88(Tot) 33(F) 55(M)  
[Name] [no name given]  
 

In the possession of George Mills as Attorney of Charles Campbell, John Deacon and Alexander Gillespie. 88 enslaved people given in total. Number is "exclusive of those runaways already mentioned" - 11 runaways "registered in 1817 by George Mills attorney to john Inglis and Edward Ellis and 1820 in the decrease, they are now included in an act of change of property". "These slaves registered in last return by George Mills Attorney of John Inglis and Edward Ellis.

 
T71/67 142-144
1823
[Number of enslaved people] 89(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
[Stock] 11  
 

Registered to Inglis, Ellice, & Co.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1824) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/AL24manc.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1825
[Number of enslaved people] 87(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
[Stock] 10  
 

Registered to Charles Campbell, John Deacon and Alex. Gillespie.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1826) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/1826al05.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1826
[Number of enslaved people] 99(Tot) 33(F) 66(M)  
[Name] Farenough Plantation  
 

In the possession of John Bloxam Elin as Attorney to Charles Campbell, John Deacon & Alexander Gillespie, Trustees.

 
T71/68 101-102
1827
[Number of enslaved people] 88(Tot)  
[Name] Far-enough  
[Size] 583  
[Crop] Coffee  
[Stock] 10  
 

Far Enough in Manchester was offered for sale freehold (with Charlton Sugar Plantation in St Thomas-in-the-Vale and Cremona Pen in St Catherine's; Mount Pleasant in St John's and Union in 'St Lucie' [St Lucia], 'All one property') in 1827. 150 acres were 'in full bearing coffee.' 'The Negroes are very effective.' There was also a run of land of about 656 acres called Barbary in Clarendon belonging to the property. The London contact was Charles Campbell Esq. , No. 8 Old Jewry.

 
Glasgow Herald 09/04/1827 p. 11
1827
[Number of enslaved people] 89(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to J. B. Elin.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1828) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/1828al06.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1828
[Number of enslaved people] 93(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to J. B. Elin.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1829) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/al29manc.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1829
[Number of enslaved people] 101(Tot) 34(F) 67(M)  
[Name] Farenough Plantation  
 

In the possession of John B Elin and James M Whyte as Attornies of Charles Campbell, John Deacon & Alexander Gillespie Trustees.

 
T71/69 [unpaginated]
1830
[Number of enslaved people] 80(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to the Hon. James M. Whyte.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1831) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/1831manc.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1831
[Number of enslaved people] 94(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to the Hon. James M. Whyte.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1832) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/al32manc.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1832
[Number of enslaved people] 105(Tot) 35(F) 70(M)  
[Name] Far Enough Plantation  
 

In the possession of John Bloxam Elin and James Mathew Whyte as Attornies to Charles Campbell. John Deacon and Alexander Gillespie, Trustees. "Total 105 including eleven runaways".

 
T71/73 81
1832
[Number of enslaved people] 96(Tot)  
[Name] Far Enough  
 

Registered to J. M. Whyte.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1833) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/AL33Manch.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.
1839
[Name] Far-Enough  
[Size] 1239  
 

Registered to Rudolph Lewis. 656 acres are in Clarendon.

 
Jamaica Almanac (1840) transcribed at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Samples/Manchest.htm. The almanac was based on the givings-in of the previous March Quarter, hence the earlier evolution date.