Appeals to the Privy Council from the
Caribbean and Canadian Colonies
Report No. JAM_1777_04

Jackson v Lamond



Case Name Long

William Jackson and Richard Thomas v John Lamond


Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial Series


APC Citation  

v.5 [353] p.454–455 (13 June 1777 – 16 June 1779)

  PC Register Citation

George III v.14 (June 1777 – March 1778) p.23, 119: PC 2/121/23, 119


  PC Register Citation

George III v.16 (Oct. 1778 – June 1779) p.489–492, 531: PC 2/123/489–492, 531



Colonial Courts


Supreme Court – 24 April 1776



Cuthbert, Lewis


Davidson, Robert


Dryden (née Tinling, formerly Tate), Alice (wife of William, sister of Adam Tinling)


Dryden, William (husband of Alice)


Forrester, Robert


Jackson, William, of Papine, appellant (executor of Adam Tinling)


Lamond, John, respondent


Middlemitt, William


Morton, Andrew (husband of Elizabeth)


Morton (née Tinling), Elizabeth (wife of Andrew)


Pinnock, Philip


Pinnock, Thomas


Tate, Alice – see Dryden, Alice


Thomas, Richard, of Kingston, appellant (executor of Adam Tinling)


Tinling, Adam, deceased (brother of Patrick and Alice [now Alice Dryden])


Tinling, Alice – see Dryden, Alice


Tinling, Elizabeth – see Morton, Elizabeth


Tinling, Patrick (brother of Adam)



Not stated in the Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial Series.


Order affirmed with costs.

References in Smith, Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Plantations

Table of Cases (Lamond v Jackson)


Printed Cases

Not found


Privy Council Documents in PC 1 at The National Archives at Kew

TNA Document Committee report – 3 June 1779 (PC 1/56/79) view_Document
Notes about
Referenced in APC v.6 [984] p.576.