Maria White

???? - 1831

Claimant or beneficiary


The executors of Maria White, Thomas Crisp Molineaux Montgomery [sic] and Crisp Molineaux Montgomerie, were awarded the bulk of the compensation for Tomlinson's estate in Antigua for a mortgage of £10,000 and upwards. Thomas and Crisp's mother was Elizabeth Montgomerie nee White (who was a minor legatee of the previous owner, Penelope Tomlinson, and awarded some of the compensation for this claim).

  1. The will of Maria White of Baker Street spinster was proved 21/04/1831. In the will she left certain lands and tenements in the island of Montserrat to her mother Mary White for life and then to her nieces Lydia and Eliza, daughters of her brother Michael; she left her house in Baker Street to her mother for life and then to her sister Elizabeth Montgomerie widow. Her trustees (and executors with her mother Mary) were her nephews Crisp Molineux Montgomerie and Thomas Molineux Montgomerie.


T71/877 Antigua claim no. 111 (Tomlinson's); Montserrat claim nos. 174 and 178.

See Langford Vere Oliver, History of the Island of Antigua (London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1894) Vol. 3 pp. 139-140 ('Pedigree of Tomlinson') and pp. 224-227 ('Pedigree of White') and Vere Langford Oliver, Caribbeana being Miscellaneous Papers Relating to the History, Genealogy, Topography, and Antiquities of the British West Indies (6 vols., London, Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, 1910-1919) Vol. 3 p. 2 for the way the Tomlinson, White and Molineaux-Montgomerie families fit together.

  1. PROB 11/1784/465.

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Name in compensation records

Associated Claims (1)

£2,220 8s 11d
Beneficiary deceased

Relationships (2)

Daughter → Mother
Testator → Executor
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Addresses (1)

Baker Street, London, Middlesex, London, England