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Diagram of a slave brand

Slave brand used on plantation

Description:

Diagram of the brand used by John Pinney to mark his slaves on his plantation on the Caribbean island of Nevis. From the Index to the Pinney papers.

John Pinney was a plantation owner and sugar agent who lived in Bristol.

Lent from a private collection to Bristol Museums.

Date: 1783-94

Copyright: Lent to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 18 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 19 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 17 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 15 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 16 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 13 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 14 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 12 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Title deeds to land and estate in Nevis

Description:

Jefferies collection – Bristol MSS Miscellaneous.

Page 11 of a copy of the title deeds of George Weare Braikenridge: to land in island of Nevis and as mortgagee to a large estate there.1818.
He inherited the estate from his cousin William Weare in 1836.

The large estate had belonged to a William Lawrence, who owed £7000 to Robert Claxton and Son. He paid the debt by granting the estate to the Claxtons until he could pay the money.
Claxton passed estate to William Weare of Abbots Leigh, Bristol, to pay off £10 000 loan which he owed to Weare.

The deeds include copies of a number in indentures (Indres ) at different dates.

They also include information about 45 acres of land bought from the Pinney family. (See pages 4 and 9).
John Pinney was a wealthy sugar merchant and plantation owner who lived in Bristol.

Date: 1818

Copyright: Copyright BCC Library Service

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