Nicholas Charrington

1775 - 14th Jun 1859

Claimant or beneficiary


With Richard Rees, John McFee and Richard Nicholl (each of whom q.v.), awarded half the compensation for the enslaved people on Spring and Mt Wynne estates on St Vincent. Charrington did not appear on the original claim by Rees and McFee (made as devisees in trust of John Nicholl, 'vendors') and may have been a trustee.  Richard Nicholl was probably the uncle of Nicholas Charrington's wife Anna Maria nee Nicholl.

  1. Nicholas Charrington of St Dunstan Stepney married Anna Maria Nicholl at St Nicholas Cole Abbey 17/6/1806. In 1851 Nicholas Charrington aged 75 retired brewer was living at Leyton with his daughter Fanny Evans and son-in-law H. Herbert Evans.  

  2. Will of Nicholas Charrington of Mile End Road and Leyton Leytonstone who died 14/6/1859 proved by Charles and Frederick Charrington both of Mile End and Rev. Nicholas George Charrington the sons 27/7/1859, effects under £70,000.


T71/892 St Vincent nos. 482 and 640.

  1., London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database online].

  2. National Probate Calendar 1859. The will of an earlier Nicholas Charrington also connected with the brewery, probably a cousin, was proved 19/10/1827 PROB 11/1731/322.

Further Information

Name in compensation records
Nich. Charrington
Anna Maria Nicholl
Charles; Frederick; Nicholas George
Wealth at death

Associated Claims (2)

£4,552 7s 1d
Awardee (Trustee)
£6,124 7s 4d
Awardee (Trustee)

Legacies Summary

Commercial (1)


Relationships (1)

Other relatives
Notes →
Nicholas Charrington married Anna Maria Nicholl in 1807. An Anna Maria Nicholl was shown as his 'adopted' [and natural] daughter in the will of John Nicholl (d.1829), whose brother Richard Nicholl...

Addresses (2)

Leyton, Leytonstone, London, Middlesex, South-east England, England
Mile End Road, London, Middlesex, London, England