MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

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MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby gaskinh » Tue Apr 08, 2014 4:21 pm

Anyone related to or has family history on the late Cecil MAHON former owner of Lower Birneys and Pegwell Plantations in Barbados. Cecil Mahon was my maternal grandfather.

He was the father of my mother, Ione Gaskin who currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and will be 100 years old on May 1st, 2014. Ione Gaskin's mother, Louise Gaskin, worked as a domestic servant at Lower Birneys Plantation prior to emigrating to New York in 1916
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby Brooklyn Born » Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:15 pm

Not directly on point, but .... My great-grand-father John Ashby Bentham was, at his death in November of 1889, described as a planter at Pegwell. Family lore has it that his wife was not able to get in the crop and so lost the plantation. Where was Pegwell?
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby bimjim » Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:42 pm

Pegwell is now a residential area 3/4 mile directly east of the Oistins Market (which is on the south coast).
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby africanki » Mon Apr 21, 2014 12:07 pm

Hello again :)

From my understanding Pegwell is located on the parish of Christ Church. Please see the link below to Creole Links. I just received this information from 2 cousins of mine this weekend, which was very exciting!

*** Notice when you scroll down the list, our family name ‘Mahon’ matches Pegwell Plantation information***

http://www.creolelinks.com/1913-barbado ... names.html

However, how can we receive the actual records of Pegwell Plantation activity to connect more of the puzzle pieces together? For example, similar to the records we have today such as, marriages, births, deaths, occupations, relatives and relative relations, African, Irish, and Scottish records, church activities, and so forth...

God bless…
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby Brooklyn Born » Wed May 07, 2014 3:18 pm

W.E. Mahon acquired Pegwell about 1898, probably from the estate of the previous owner.
W.T. Mahon had the title about two years later and held same until about 1907, when passed to C.C. Mahon.
It was sold off (?) in 1937.
This means my ancestor John Ashby Bentham's occupational listing as "planter" in 1889 must have meant "overseer".
I copied the above from the records at the Library of the Barbados Museum, courtesy of the Librarian Harriet Pierce.
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby JohnK » Mon May 26, 2014 8:32 pm

The Queree papers at the Archives are really good on historical land ownership.

Pegwell was originally known as Elridge.

Here is what they have on Elridge

Eldridge – Pegwell, Christ Church – NE of Almshouse
1674 Hooper
1680 Crispine Hooper, 100 ac
1721 Beckles
1727 84/22 Hon. Thomas Beckles of Christ Church marrying Margaret Ince, widow. The pltn of Thomas Beckles, 113 ac, Christ Church, 74 slaves
Bounders: Hon. Joseph Pilgrim, Pilgrim Place?, Thomas Haselwood, Henry Baynes, Patrick Mayers, Elizabeth Nurse, widow, Edward Chiles, dec’d, Elizabeth Jerratt widow, Jonathan Hooper, Joseph Hole, Richard Adams, Griffin Eldridge, The Church Yard, The sea

1820 Robert Boucher Clarke, Snr.
1825 Robert B. Clarke
1842–59 Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke (’49 dec’d) 130
1860 Wm. Jas. Reece jnr 130
1860 Shilstone xxii 14 (___) Pur.: G. Pitcher £9000
1861–62 John Pitcher 130
1863–71 George Pitcher 130
1872 Shilstone xxii 24 (___) Pur.: John Hinkson £10,500 130
Shilstone xxii 76 (___)
1874 Shilstone xxii 99 – John Hinkson to James Hinkson £11,000

Thereafter I assume Elridge became known as Pegwell.

PEGWELL, Christ Church – see Eldridge?
1879–92 James Hinkson 182
1891–3 Chancery Court Hinkson v Hinkson et al
1898–05 W.E. Mahon 182
1907–21 W.T. Mahon (182 in ’07) 130
1929–37 C.C. Mahon (248 in ’29, 113 in ’37) 115
1829 Extra from Enterprise?

In 1928 my grandfather bought a 1/2 acre from CC Mahon when he was selling out lots at Pegwell.

John Ashby Bentham was the son of John Lewis Bentham who owned Goodland Plantation in the 1850's. He was also my great grand mother's uncle!!
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby Brooklyn Born » Thu May 29, 2014 9:44 pm

Thanks for the information on Goodland.
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby Brooklyn Born » Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:38 am

Do your sources know when Bentham acquired Goodland?
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Re: MAHON, GASKIN - Barbados, Canada

Postby JohnK » Sat Jan 10, 2015 11:34 am

From Queree Papers

GOODLAND, Christ Church
1842–50 John Le Gall (or Legall) (40 in ’42) 41
1845–50 Chancery Court Callender et al v Legall
1853 June 30 BMHS xxi 127 For sale 54½
1854–79 John L. Bentham (’79 dec’d) 55
1875 Shilstone xxii 128 – Sale Clarke to Bentham £3500
Shilstone xxii 130–3 – Sale Grant to Barrow
Shilstone 237 – Sale M in C to Trimmingham
1880 Eyre Seale 55
1879–80 Chancery Court Boxill v Seale
1886 Shlstone xxii 62 – Sale Trimingham & Co to William Thomas Clarke £2500
1887–1901 W.T. Clarke 55
1901 Wind
1903–07 C. Clarke 55
1912–21 Charles F. Clarke 63
1915 2 Dec Pur.: C. Kirton £2560 75
1929–37 Mabel F. Kirton (75 in ’37) 63
1951 & 57/8 P.G.Seale
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