Truman Neave & Co. of London appears as a correspondent of Ellis Yonge 1765-67 in papers held at the National Library of Wales.
Neave & Willett were mortgagees of Michael White I under indentures of 28/02/1777 and 01/03/1777 for land and named enslaved people to secure a debt to them of over £12,000.
Bodrhyddan Esate Papers, e.g. 58/14 https://archives.library.wales/index.php/letter-from-truman-neave-co-london-to-ellis-yonge-esq-2
Deed Book 1776-1777, British Library, EAP688/1/1/27, https://eap.bl.uk/archive-file/EAP688-1-1-27 p. 265 et seq.
1791 - 1862
Free woman of colour; left Demerara in 1812 as a young woman and settled in Starthforth, Yorkshire, where she died in 1862.
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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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