Sir John Dashwood King 3rd bart.

???? - 1793


John Dashwood King appeared in a deed of 1775 concerning a mortgage over the Rosalie estate [and enslaved people] on Dominica.


Buckinghamshire Archives D-D/18/27 Title: Declaration of Trust Description: (i) Thomas Goostrey of St. James's Westminster, gentleman. (ii) Elizabeth Dutens of Leicester Square, parish of St. Ann, Westminster, widow, Elizabeth Noel of Cavendish Square, St. Marylebone, widow; John Dashwood King of Halton, esquire, Peregrine Furye of parish of St. George, Hanover Square, esquire, Jacob Kirkman of parish of St. James, harpsicord maker. Declaration by i that sum of £7000 in mortgage of Rosali Plantation in parish of St. David, Dominica belonged to ii. Date: 9th September, 1775

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Associated Estates (1)

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  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1775 [EA] - 1775 [LA] → Mortgage Holder

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Bishop's Castle Shropshire
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Halton, Buckinghamshire, Centrel England, England