Kender Mason junior

???? - 1819


Son of Kender Mason sen. (q.v.) and brother-in-law of Langford Lovell (d. 1852).

  1. Will of Kender Mason of Beel House near Amersham Buckinghamshire proved 22/06/1819. He inherited a half share of his father's property in enslaved people and estates in Montserrat, Antigua and Dominica, but there is no mention of these in his own will. He is shown by Vere Langford Oliver as selling enslaved individuals in 1800 (Hercules, a cooper; Eliza a 'house negro; and Ann, another 'house slave') who had been purchased by Kender Mason from a ship at Antigua and had been on Baijer Otto Baijer's estate there for some years; and in 1806 (a 'mulatto slave woman' named Sarah Dickman, and her five mulatto children named Eliza Hales, Abigail Hales, Jane Hales, Sara Hales and Frances Hales and their future issue forever) to Francis Hales shopkeeper. His widow Eliza was a beneficiary under the will of Baijer Otto Baijer (q.v.), who was her step-father.


Research by local historians on the Masons and Beel House including an article written by Wendy Tibbitts in 2017 was found at [accessed 16/06/2017]; Vere Langford Oliver, History of Antigua Vol. II p. 77.

  1. PROB 11/1617/135.

Further Information


Legacies Summary

Physical (1)

Country house
Beel House [Purchased] 
description →
Country house near Amersham, purchased by Kender Mason senior and remodelled c. 1800 by Kender Mason jun. ...

Relationships (5)

Other relatives
Notes →
Kender Mason jun. married Eliza Lovell, the step-daughter of Baijer Otto Baijer....
Son-in-law → Father-in-law
Son → Father

Addresses (1)

Beel House, Amersham (near), Buckinghamshire, Central England, England