William Prins

1808 - 1889

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Dutch absentee, heir of 'Mrs Prins', awarded with his brother Jan Hendrik van Sanden Prins (q.v.) the compensation for the enslaved people on Bathsheba's Lust in British Guiana. 'Jans Hendrikus van Sanden Prins' had a doctoral thesis from Academia Lugduno-Batava 1835 [legal thesis in Latin], i.e. Leyden University, and William Prins was there in 1826.

Sources

British Guiana no. 2493; 1826, 11 Jan. Guilielmus Prins e Demeraria Indus Occid. 18, J. et L. (Album Studiosorum Academiae Lugduno Batavae MDLXXV-MDCCCLXXV, kol. 1268).

We are grateful for the help of Stanley Robert Criens in compiling this entry.

 

 


Further Information

Absentee?
'Foreign'
Name in compensation records
Wm. Prins
University
Leyden [1826 ]

Associated Claims (1)

£15,042 2S 3D
Awardee

Relationships (3)

Brothers
Grandson → Grandfather
Grandson → Grandmother

Addresses (1)

Netherlands