Name: Ann Dorothea Hollamby 1
Birth: in West Indies
Death: 1817 in Upton, Bucks
Residence: 1807 Leadenhall Street, London
Change Date: 23 MAY 2012
1st wife of Benjamin Heath Drury.
Dau. of ___ Hollamby, a West Indian planter.
Pre-nuptial Settlement of B.H. Drury and H.D. Hollamby
28 July 1807
1. Benjamin Heath Drury of Eton, esq
2. Hannah Dorothy Hollamby of Leadenhall Street, London, spinster
3. William Lane of Leadenhall Street, esq.; John Gray of Billiter Square, London, merchant; John Herman Merivale of Lincolns Inn, Middx., esq
£6,300 in 3 per cent Consolidated Bank Annuities, from 2 to 3, in trust
£1,000 on loan from 2 to 1, security by Bond in £2,000 from 1 to 3
Endorsed: memorandum by Henry John Drury and Anna Louisa Drury, surviving children of 1 and 2, both deceased, acknowledging payment by Merivale of £271. 9s. from sale of £300 annuities and transfer of one moiety of £6,000 annuities to H.J.D. and one moiety to A.L.D. and Merivale, Nov. 1835.
A William Hollamby of Leadenhall street, librarian and dealer, declared a dividend in 1810. Presumably a relation with whom Ann/Hannah had been living at the tiem of her marriage.
Benjamin Heath Drury b: 18 SEP 1782
- Henry John Drury b: 1808 in Eton, Bucks
- Text: Sue P. Drury
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