Eliza Elvira Glenn

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Claimant or beneficiary


Awarded the compensation for a single enslaved person in Trinidad.

  1. In Trinidad, 1828, an enslaved woman whose given name was Maria Agnes La Roche aged 13 'Creole of Trinidad' was registered to Eliza Elvira Glenn a minor by Isaac Millet the agent of Sarah Bellum of the Port of Spain, described as 'her [i.e. Eliza Elvira Glenn's] mother', in whose possession Marie Agnes La Roche was.     

It is not probable but not certain that Mrs Eliza Glenn the correspondent is the same woman as 'Eliza Elvira Glenn' the awardee.


Trinidad no. 114. T71/1593 p 177 letter to Mrs Eliza Glenn, Newtown Limavady Ireland re this claim (which attracted a counterclaim from George Baillie on behalf of His Majesty for unpaid taxes and a special report by the Assistant Commissioners).

  1. Ancestry.com, Slave Registers of former British Colonial Dependencies, 1812-1834 [database online].

Further Information

Name in compensation records
Eliza Elvira Glen

Associated Claims (1)

£64 0s 1d

Addresses (1)

Newtown Limavady, Co. Londonderry, Ireland