Name: Jane SWINHOE
Birth: 10 JAN 1829 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India 1
Change Date: 3 NOV 2002
Baptism: 9 JUN 1829 St Johns Cathedral, Calcutta, West Bengal, India
'Jane daughter Of Robert Swinhoe, attorney at law Calcutta and Of
Caroline his wife'
Caroline Swinhoe's will. 1."I give and bequeath to my daughters to and
for their sole and separate use, absolutely all my jewels which I may die
possessed Of to be equally divided between them and subject as aforesaid
as to and concerning all and singular my real estate and the rest residue
and remainder Of my personal estate property goods chattels and effects
whatsoever and where so ever situated and being Of either in possession
reversion or expectancy which I have power to dispose Of"
2."And upon this further trust that they the said trustees or other the
trustee or trustee for the time being do and shall stand possessed Of or
interested in the said trust moneys and premises and the stocks fund and
securities wherein the same shall be then invested in trust Of all and
every my child or children who shall be living at the time Of my death to
be equally divided between and amongst then upon the youngest Of my said
children attaining the age Of twenty one years. But I will and declare
that the shares Of my said children Of and in the said trust moneys and
premises shall be considered as vested interests in them respectively
upon their respectively attaining the age Of twenty one years with the
usual benefit Of account and survivorship between them provided always"
3."And it is my further will that in the meantime and until the youngest
Of said children who shall be living at the time Of my death shall attain
the age Of twenty one years they my said trustees and the survivor Of
them and the executors and administrators Of such survivor their and his
assigns do and shall pay and apply the interests dividends and annual
proceeds Of the said Of the said real estate in the mean time until the
same shall be sold in or towards the maintenance and education Of my said
children with full power to my said trustees to pay out Of the said
principal trust funds and on account Of their respective shares to any Of
my daughters wishing to come to India the sum Of pounds sterling two
hundred for her passage and out fit and also to pay to each Of my sons
when they get employment's either as cadets or in any other way require a
small sum after their education is finished or nearly so to set them up
in life not exceeding the sum Of two hundred pounds sterling or to pay
fees any other business or possession which they may embark"
4."And I further will and desire that after such payment as aforesaid the
said trustees or trustee for the time being shall hold and stand
possessed Of the rest and residue and remainder Of the said trust moneys
and premises and pay and apply the interest dividends and annual produce
thereof in or towards the maintenance and education Of my children who
shall still be under education until my youngest child shall attain the
said age Of twenty one years when the said trust funds and securities to
be divided between all my children as above directed share and share
alike only deducting the said pounds sterling two hundred which had
previously been advanced out Of the share Of them to whom the advance had
been made out Of the said trust moneys and premises provided always"
'Jane / daughter Of Robert Swinhoe attorney at law, Calcutta and Of
Caroline his wife / at St Johns Cathedral / by Jos R. Henderson, junior
Inventory C. S. 'paid Mes Gillanders Arbuthnot & Co the amount Of the
draft drawn by John Biddle esq infavor Of Mes W. & H. J. Wigram on Mr T.
B. Swinhoe dated London 22nd July 1846 payable at 30 days sight due this
day on acount Of passage money for Miss J. Swinhoe for Southampon, 819
Rupee's, 13 Anna's'
Inventory C. S. 'paid Miss Jane Swinhoe for pocket expense, 50r'
Inventory C. S. 'paid coolie hire for taking a box from Mr Stauntons to
garden reach for Miss J. Swinhoe, 3a'
Inventory C. S. 'paid dingy and coolie hire for bringing various things
from the ship Southampton to the garden, 1r, 4a'
Henry Swinhoe's will. 'I give devise and bequeath all and every my
household furniture linen and wearing apparel books plate pictures china
horses and carts and carriages and also all and every sum and sums Of
money which may be in my house or be about my person or due to me at the
time Of my decease and also all other my stocks funds and securities for
money books debts money and bonds and bills notes or other securities and
all and every other my effects whatsoever both real and personal whether
in possession reversion remainder or expectancy unto my sisters Jane
Obbard and Maria Basden (daughters Of the late Robert Swinhoe esq Of
Calcutta, attorney at law) to and for their own use and benefit
Father: Robert SWINHOE b: 18 FEB 1797 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Mother: Caroline ANDERSON b: 11 MAR 1808
Harry Smith OBBARD
5 FEB 1848
in Old Church, Calcutta, West Bengal, India
- Note: 'by Henry Thomas, Sen chaplain'
- Title: Asiatic Journal
Note: ABBR Asiatic Journal
Page: 1829 June, Calcutta register, births