Possibly the same firm as the Canada Land Company (q.v.).
The Canada Land Company's Chairman was Charles Bosanquet and Deputy Chairman Edward Ellice 1831
Charles Franks was elected Chairman of the Canada Company in London in November 1838, and held the same position until 1863.
Meeting inter alios to elect a replacement for Ambrose Humphrys in 1845
The Montreal Almanack or Lower Canada register for 1831
London Gazette19682 4/1/21838 p. 2825; 22793 1/12/1863 p. 6339
London Gazette 20547 02/12/1845 p. 7059.
1787 - 1861
Enslaved boy on Unity Valley Pen, Jamaica. Manumitted in 1795 by David Barclay and removed to Philadelphia, with 29 other freed persons from the estate, where he was placed under the care of Society for Improving the Condition of Free Blacks.
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The Buff Bay plantation was a sugar estate next to the Buff Bay River, south of Charlestown in Jamaica. By 1839, the estate was 840 acres.
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