Nathan Sprigg

???? - 1778


Former partner of Thomas Hibbert senior of Kingston in the slave-factors Hibbert and Spriggs, guardian of Hibbert's natural daughter Jane Harry in England, and builder of St Anne's House in Barnes.

  1. Will of Nathan Sprigg of Barnes proved 19/09/1778. In the will he provided for his wife Arabella to stay in their house in Barnes, and left the bulk of his property to Nathan Sprigg Jeffer[e]y, whose own will was proved in 1782. Arabella Sprigg in turn left St Anne's House to Margaret Hibbert, niece of Thomas Hibbert senior, in 1824.

Sources [accessed 23/03/2016].

  1. PROB 11/1045/247; will of Arabella Sprigg widow of Barnes proved 10/12/1824, PROB 11/1693/160.

Further Information


Legacies Summary

Commercial (1)

Name partner
Hibbert & Sprigg
Slave Factors  

Physical (1)

Country house
St Anne's House [Built] 
description →
St Ann's or St Anne's House in Barnes, built c. 1765 by Nathan Sprigg, 'an important property in Barnes, second only to the Manor house at Barn Elms.'...

Relationships (4)

Executor → Testator
Business partners
Notes →
Partner in Hibbert and Spriggs [sic] of Kingston 1752-1753...
Executor → Testator
Business partners
Notes →
Nathan Sprigg was identified as his partner in the will of James Woodcock made in 1750 and proved in...

Addresses (1)

St Anne's House, Barnes, Surrey, London, England