???? - 1763
Mortgagee of 'slave-property' on Jamaica.
Henry Standyford gentleman of London mortgagee of Henry Strudwicke jun. with George Garrett and John Stevens in a suit of 1768.
Executor of Henry Stanyforth [sic] deceased of Woodford, Essex, and others to Charles Pallmer of Bath formerly of St. John, Jamaica. Description: Grant of 970 acs. in St. Mary, 1000 acs. in same, 210 acs. in St. George, 110 acs. in St. Mary, 1000 acs. in same, to hold for residue of term of mortgage for uses stated. Date: 5 Nov, 1777.
The will of Henry Standyford of Woodford proved 06/10/1763. The will shows a range of financial assets in Britain but is silent on the mortgage over 'property' in Jamaica.
Samuel Adams v Henry Standyford, George Garrett and John Stevens, 469 JAM 1768-01 https://amesfoundation.law.harvard.edu/ColonialAppeals/CaribAppeals/contents_caribcan_chron_msqli.php
Cambridgeshire Archives R/55/7/122/(p)/1. These are the Tharp papers, suggesting the mortgage advanced by Standyford to Henry Strudwicke might have been over Pantre Pant.
The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:
1768 [EA] - 1768 [LA] → Mortgage Holder
Henry Standyford's mortgage to Henry Strudwicke jun,. has been Inferred by LBS to have been on Pantre Pant..
Inferred by LBS. The will of Henry Standyford's son Barrow Harris Standyford identified Barrows Harris of Jamaica as his...