Maynard's

Estate Details


Associated People (9)

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
- 1764 [EY] → Owner
- 1826 [LA] → Joint owner

It appears that Hon. Samuel Hinds MD died c. 1824, leaving Maynard to two of his sons, William Prescod Hinds and Samuel Hinds, and that Samuel died shortly afterwards c. 1826. In his will he left his half of Maynards to his brother.

1759 [EA] - 1770 [LA] → Mortgage Holder
1771 [EA] - 1807 [LA] → Owner
1823 [EA] - 1823 [LA] → Owner
1826 [EA] - 1826 [LA] → Previous owner
1826 [EA] - 1826 [LA] → Executor
1826 [EA] - 1826 [LA] → Joint owner
1829 [EA] - 1834 [LA] → Owner

Associated Claims (2)

£2,495 7S 10D
£640 16S 10D
See also this claim - though it appears to be distinct from the BA4194.

Notes

The Maynard family established by 1721 (and probably earlier). By 1738 William Maynard was heavily in debt and trustees (Hillary Rowe and Walter Caddell) were appointed to manage the plantation.


Sources

Barbados Department of Archives. Hughes-Queree Index of Plantations.


Estate Information (7)

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1759
 

Hon. William Maynard mortgaged pltn to Sir William Baker for £3,000 sterling.

 
Barbados Department of Archives. Hughes-Queree Index of Plantations.
1771
[Size] 194  
 

At his death in 1771 [in fact 1770], the executors of Sir William Baker of London took possession of the plantation. Sold it to Samuel Hinds of St. Peter.

 
Barbados Department of Archives. Hughes-Queree Index of Plantations.
1780
[Number of enslaved people] 150(Tot)  
 

In a List of inhabitants of St Peter, Barbados, 1780, Samuel Hinds was listed as owning 150 enslaved. But NB that this was for both Gibbes and Maynards [q.v.]

 
Barbados Department of Archives. RB9/3/6
1823
[Number of enslaved people] 110(Tot)  
[Name] Maynards  
 

Return of the Hon. Samuel Hinds, his own property. Previously 118 enslaved.

 
T71/532 16
1826
[Number of enslaved people] 103(Tot)  
[Name] [No name given]  
 

Return of William P. Hinds, the property of Samuel Hinds, deceased, and himself. No previous return. 103 of the enslaved were the gift of Samuel Hinds, deceased. There were also 13 births and 13 deaths. All 103 enslaved were then sold to Joseph L. Briggs. (See 1829 return.)

See also the Return which follows the above: of William Hinds, Executor, late the property of the Hon. Samuel Hinds, deceased. Zero return. Previously 110 enslaved. Changes: there were 2 births and 9 deaths; and 103 were given to Samuel Hinds and the Reverend William P. Hinds. T71/538, pp. 270-73.

It appears that Hon. Samuel Hinds MD died c. 1824, leaving Maynard to two of his sons, William Prescod Hinds and Samuel Hinds, and that Samuel died shortly afterwards c. 1826.

 
T71/538 267-70
1829
[Number of enslaved people] 105(Tot)  
[Name] Maynards  
 

Return of Joseph L. Briggs, his own property. Enslaved included 103 purchased from William P. Hinds. For the return of William P. Hinds, the property of Samuel Hinds, deceased, and himself, see T71/538, pp. 282-5.

 
T71/542 212-15
1832
[Number of enslaved people] 113(Tot)  
[Name] [No name given]  
 

Return of Joseph L. Briggs, his own property.

 
T71/547 201