The Most Eminent Planters in Barbadoes, 1673

The Council

Sir Peter Collerton, Bart.700 acres
Col. Henry Drax800 acres
Col. Henry Hawley300 acres
Col. Daniel Searle500 acres
Col. Henry Walrond400 acres
Col. Samuel Barwicke400 acres
Samuel Framer, Esq.500 acres
John Sparke600 acres
Col. Samuel Newton400 acres
John Knight350 acres
Col. John Willoughby450 acres
Thomas Wardell250 acres

Col. Wm. Sharpe600 acres
Col. Symon Lambert500 acres
Col. Timothy Thornhill500 acres
Col. Jno. Stanfast500 acres
Col. Richard Bayly500 acres
Ed. Littleton600 acres
Majr. Robt. Legard300 acres
Majr. Jno. Helmes200 acres
James Wallwin300 acres
Col. Wm. Yeamans300 acres
Majr. Saml. Tidcombe300 acres
Capt. Thos. Maycocke500 acres
Wm. Merricke400 acres
Richd. Evans300 acres
Col. Lewis Morris400 acres
Jno. Foster300 acres
Wm. Dyer300 acres
Capt. Jno. Gibbs300 acres
John Worsam300 acres
Col. Richd. Guy200 acres
Richard Howell200 acres
Col. Jno. Horne500 acres
Robt. Rich350 acres
Thos. Colleton500 acres
Hen. Wallrond, Jr.200 acres
Col. Christopher Codrington600 acres
Jno. Kendall250 acres
Majr. Thos. Rous350 acres
John Holder400 acres
Robt. Mead200 acres
Henry Sweet400 acres
Capt. Ed. Briney200 acres
Majr. Jno. Hallett300 acres
Col. Richd. Hawkins350 acres
Capt. John Davyes200 acres
Robt. Davers600 acres
Henry Odiarne300 acres
Martin Bently400 acres
Capt. Rowland Bulkely500 acres
Thos. Wiltshire300 acres
John Pierce1,000 acres
Capt. Jno. Codrington300 acres
Major Robt. Haskett900 acres
Capt. Tobias Frere400 acres
Col. John Frere300 acres
Richard Seawell600 acres
Majr. Jno. Gregory300 acres
Nicholas Prideaux300 acres
Major Wm. Goodale200 acres
Col. Richd. Buckworth200 acres
Col. Wm. Bate200 acres
Col. Christopher Cine400 acres
Capt. John Sutton300 acres
Benja. Middleton400 acres
Majr. James Carter300 acres
Capt. Samuel Rolleston200 acres
Col. Alexander Ruddocke200 acres
Robert Breviter350 acres
Giles Hall400 acres
Capt. Jno. Waterman800 acres
Majr. Philip Bishop250 acres
Lt. Col. Thomas Rous400 acres

The population of Barbadoes is given as:

9,274 white men over 16 years

3,600 boys

8,435 women and girls

"of which one half may be English and the rest Scotch, Irish, French, Dutch, and Jews."

10,236 negro men

5,827 boys

11,914 women

5,207 girls

"but, forasmuch as there ran a report that these lists were taking in order to a tax on negroes, is of the opinion that one third of the negroes is not given."

Sainsbury, W. Noel, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 7), America and West Indies, 1669-1674, Preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1889. pp. 496-497.

More information about English colonists in the Americas can be found in the book:

Emigrants from England to the American Colonies, 1773-1776

 

 

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