Assignment by Hester Smith (Nathaniel's widow), Nathaniel Dance of Mortimer Street, St Marylebone, Middlesex, George Dance of Upper Gower Street, Bedford Square, Middlesex, and Christopher Norris of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, trustees and executors of Nathaniel Smith (d.1794), to John Trevanion of slaves, stock and a plantation in the West Indies. Includes list of slaves' names. Recites a lease and release of 1776 whereby Charles Payne Sharpe and Paulina, his wife, of St Vincent, West Indies, conveyed plantations, slaves and stock as security for a loan of 6000 made to them by Nathaniel Smith.
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- SHC Ref No: 4376/1/3
- Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
- Date: 1 Dec 1798
- Format: Archives
- Level: Item
- Access Status: Open.
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