John Lucie Blackman III

27th Nov 1735 - 10th Jan 1797


John Lucie Blackman (1735-1797), son of John Lucie Blackman II (1707-1780) and Anne Walker, owner of Boarded Hall estate in Barbados. After his death, his widow Dame Mary Nagle née Harnage unsuccessfully claimed for compensation as his annuitant. (She had subsequently married Sir Edmund Nagle who was to become the mortgage holder of the Boarded Hall estate in the 1820s: q.v.)

  1. Will of John Lucie Blackman of [Craven Street] the Strand Middlesex proved 19/01/1797. He left his wife £10,000 with the restriction that she should not draw more than £500 in any year from it, in case so doing should cause injury to his trade, as well as an annuity of £700 p.a. He left his unspecified real estate to his son George Blackman and then to his grandsons George Blackman and John Lucie Blackman.

  2. The partnership between John Lucie Blackman and William Shaw merchants of Crutched Friars was dissolved 13/01/1777, with Blackman continuing in business alone. John Lucie Blackman was a signatory of the address of West India planters and merchants to George III in 1783, upon peace with the American colonies.


T71/898 Barbados claim no. 363 (Boarded Hall). See separate entry for Dame Mary Nagle née Harnage.

  1. PROB 11/1284/169.

  2. London Gazette 12422 11/03/1783 p.2.

Further Information

Mary Harnage
Sir George Harnage (alias George Blackman, 1767-1836)

Associated Claims (1)

£4,002 6s 9d

Legacies Summary

Commercial (1)

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Relationships (6)

Father → Son
Husband → Wife
Grandfather → Grandson
Nephew → Uncle
Grandson → Grandfather
Nephew → Uncle
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Hannay was married to John Lucie Blackman II's aunt....

Addresses (1)

Craven Street, The Strand, London, Middlesex, London, England