Claim of John De Fountain for remuneration on account of the loss of the services of his...

This record is held by British Library: Asian and African Studies

Reference: IOR/F/4/1230/40259
Description:

Claim of John De Fountain for remuneration on account of the loss of the services of his slave George Howlett, now a convict - he is granted an allowance of 4d a day by the St Helena Government - case of William Williams, another slave of De Fountain's who absconded on the ship Neptune.

Date: Mar 1825-Jan 1830
Held by: British Library: Asian and African Studies, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Related Material:
  • St Hel Gen 19 Jan 1831, draft 146/1830-31, G/32/158 pp 412-13

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