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Will of Nathaniel Strode of St Croix proved 06/05/1796. The will is silent on 'slave-property' in St Croix, and disposes of property in Bristol, which was under the care and direction of his beloved friends Cave & Ames and Co., bankers. He left two houses in Bristol St Augustin to his wife together with his monied property, which he instructed be put into he funds and the interest paid to his wife for life and then to his daughters Eliza Armstrong, Jane and Sarah Strode. He is associated in the Danish archives with an estate on St Croix called Lilienshiold.
PROB 11/1275/49; Roll 7 First Frame No. 526 Probated Estate of Nathaniel Strode and Plantation Lilienshiold, Including a List of Slaves, 1796–1804. [Entry 82, Box 318], M1883 SELECTED RECORDS OF THE DANISH WEST INDIES, 1672–1917: ESSENTIAL RECORDS CONCERNING SLAVERY AND EMANCIPATION (Paul Rood compiled the records for microfilming and prepared the Introduction and Historical Timeline) p. 11, https://www.fold3.com/pdf/M1883.pdf [accessed 22/02/2018].
In his will Nathaniel Strode said that his Bristol property was under the care of his 'beloved friends', Cave and Ames...