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de Nully

30 October 2012


VIRGIN ISLANDS FAMILIES

de Nully

Origin: France


Related Families: Brown, Bunnell, Cruger, de Windt, Delicat, Ducouder, Goold, Heyliger, McEvily, Moltke, Moth, Rengger, Thomason, Tuite, van Beverhoudt, van Thiel, Wood
V.I. Locations: St. Croix, St. John, St. Thomas
Contributor: Svend E. Holsoe

The family in the Virgin Islands seems to have begun with Jan [Jean?] de Nully.


Jan [Jean?] de Nully, a French surgeon and planter, first mentioned in the 1715/16 in a St. Thomas land list.1

He married Anna de Windt, who was baptized 21 September 1696 in the Lutheran Church in St. Thomas, daughter of Lieutenant Johannes de Windt2 and Anna.3

She is mentioned as a widow in the St. Thomas 1723/4 land list,4 but the administration of his estate was not begun until 6 June 1725, in which her children were mentioned.5
Children of Jan and Anna (de Windt) de Nully:
1. i. Anna de Nully, b. c1716, d. before 9 November 1740

2. ii. Bertrand [Bertram] Pieter de Nully, b. c1718, d. 2/7 November 1771

3. iii. Johannes de Nully, b. c1721, d. 15 July 1772

4. iv. Catharina de Nully, b. c1723, d. young


1. Anna de Nully, who was born in about 1716, 6 and was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church. 7

She was married, before 16 September 1733,8 to Johannes van Beverhoudt, Claudizoon, who was born about 1711,9 and was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church. 10

She died before 9 November 1740.

He died 25 November 1751, in New York and buried by the Pastor of the New York Dutch Church.


2. Bertrand [Bertram] Pieter de Nully was born in about 1718/1719. 11

He was married [by 13 January 176012] on St. Eustatius to Catharina Heyliger,13 who was born on St. Eustatius on 9 November 1721

In 1756, he purchased 12,20 & 21 Company Quarter. 14

In 1757, there were no resident whites at 12,20,21 Company Quarter.15

In 1758, was the first year that he was designated as Stadshauptmand. 16

In 1758, one white male and one white female were resident at 12,20,21 Company Quarter.17

In 1759, 181760, one White servant was living on de Nully’s property at 21 Company Quarter. 19

In 1759, he purchased and had two White servants, who were resident at his property, at 35 Queen’s Quarter. 20

He stood as a sponsor on 25 November 1759 on St. Croix at the baptism in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church of Anna, the daughter of Adam Koopman and Anna Koopman, born Volkers.21

He stood on 13 January 1760 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church with his wife, Catharina de Nully, born Heyliger, `at the baptism of Johannes, son of Jacobus Dam and Elizabeth Dam, born Williams. 22

In 1760, one White family male and one White servant were resident at de Nully’s property at 35 Queen’s Quarter. 23

He died on 2/7 November 1771.24 His probate was, Christiansted, no. 45/1771, begun on 7 November 1771.25

She died on St. Croix on 12 October 1799. Estate Catharine's Rest is named after her.

See Appendix for property owned.


Children of Bertram Pieter and Catharina (Heyliger) de Nully:
(order unknown)

5. i. Maria/Mary de Nully

6. ii. Anna de Nully, b. 1747, d. 12 November 1784

7. iii. Peter Heyliger de Nully, b. 23 May 1749, d. 15 March 1776

3. Johannes de Nully was born in about 1721.26

He was married first, to Anna Delicat.

After her death, he was married in 1757,27 to Catharina Wood.28

They lived on St. John in 1759.29

He died on 15 July 1772. His probate record may be, Christiansted, no. 37/1772, begun 21 August 1772.30
4. Catharina de Nully was born in about 1723 and died young.
5. Maria/Mary de Nully stood as a sponsor on 23 February 1766 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church for the baptism of Johanna Elisabeth, the daughter of Pieter Wood and Maria Wood, born Kervink.31

She stood again on 21 September 1765 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church as a sponsor at the baptism of Peder, son of L. Uitendaele, Baron de Bretton and his wife, Margaritha, born Moth. 32

She was married on 30 December 1772 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to Johannes Rengger.33

In 1772, they were living at 58 King Street, Christiansted.34 He was a merchant.35 In 1777, he was appointed as the Judge of the Upper Court on St. Croix.36

In 1779, he purchased nos. 4 and 7 East End A Quarter from Christian A. Seybeck.37 [He still had the properties in 1788.]

He died in December 1798.38

In 1800, Mary came into possession of nos. 16 & 17 Queen's Quarter,39 later called Mary's Fancy, presumably named for her. She was the heir of Bertram P. de Nully, her father, who had owned the property.40

On 20 March 1812, she accepted Andrew Alexander Ducouders' obligation on estate Mary's Fancy.41

On 21 April 1812, bankruptcy procedures were begun in the Christiansted Probate Court against her.42

In 1812, she was living at 16 Queen’s Quarter – estate Mary Fancy.43


6. Anna de Nully was born in 1747. 44

She was married on 15 April 1772 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to Nicholas Cruger,45 who was born in New York on 15 March 1743.46

He arrived on St. Croix with David Beekman, probably in 1766, when he was first listed as a co-renter in the house of Dr. Robert Mears at 8 King's Street, Christiansted.

Estate Anna's Hope is named after her.

She died on 12 November 1784 on St. Croix. 47 Her probate was begun in Christiansted on 2 December 1784. 48

He died on St. Croix on 11 March 1800. 49 He was said by the family to have been buried in the de Nully vault at estate Peter’s Rest. 50 His probate was begun on 17 March 1800 in Christiansted.51


7. Peter Heyliger de Nully was born on St. Eustatius52 on 23 May 1749.

He was married on [25 October??] 1776 to Anna Margrethe Brown, who was born on 6 January 1758, the eldest daughter of John Brown. 53

He had his office in Vimmelskaftet (street), Copenhagen, where he dealt in West Indian sugar. 54

He died in Copenhagen on 15 March 1776.55

Estate Peter's Rest is named after him.
Child of Peter Heyliger and Anna Margrethe (Brown) de Nully:
8. i. Peter de Nully, b. c1775, d. c4 May 1855 ???

9. ii. John Bertram [Bertrand] Peter de Nully, b. 1776


8. Peter de Nully was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in about 1775 and was baptized in the Reformed Church. 56

He was married to Mary Anne57/Marianne,58 who was born in about 1786.59

He was a resident of St. Croix, and departed with his family from Christiansted, on 29 April 1810, destined for England. 60

He was a resident of St. Croix, when he departed from Christiansted with Henry Cruger, on 31 July 1812, destined for London.61

In 1840, Mary Anne/Marianne was living with Mathilde Cathrine/Catherine Matilda de Nully, who was born in about 1811 (presumably her daughter), and who was married to Adam Gotlieb Ditlev Moltke, in Copenhagen, Denmark, at Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, Stuen. 62

By 1841, he was designated as “K.D.” 63

In October 1841, he was living at estate Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter, a widower, Inspector of Customs and Stadshauptmand.64

In about 1841 to 1855, he had a relationship with Caroline B. Moth, who was born on St. Croix in about 1834 and was baptized in the Anglican Church. 65

In October 1846, she was living with her son J. R. H. De Nully, at 54ab Company Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Seamstress.66

In October 1846, he continued to live at estate Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter, owned by himself and Werner Rudolph de Nully, a widower, and Inspector of Customs in Christiansted, and Stadshauptmand, and a Colonel in the Militia. 67

In May 1850, she was living with her son at 54ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Ann Campbell’s children, unmarried and employed as a Seamstress.68

In May 1850, he was living at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, which was owned by B. P. de Nully and Werner de Nully, and he was a widower, Colonel, Stadshauptmand and Inspector.69

On 4 May 1855, he was buried in Christiansted.70

In October 1855, Caroline B. Moth was living at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, Bertram Peter de Nully’s home, unmarried and “The late Colonel de Nully’s Nurse, [i.e Peter de Nully (1775- 1855)].” 71


Child of Peter and Mary Anne/Marianne de Nully: 72
(uncertain of all of the children)

10. i. ? de Nully

11. ii. Werner Rudolph de Nully, b. 18 September 1803

Catherine Matilda de Nully, b. 16 April 1807

12. iii. Richard Harcourt de Nully, b., c1809
Child of Peter de Nully and Caroline Moth:
13. i. John Richard Henry De Nully, b. 4 December 1842
9. John/Johan Bertram/Bertrand Peter de Nully, [was the son of Bertram Peter De Nully and Anna Brown73?] was born in 1776 in Copenhagen. 74

He was married in the Christiansted Catholic Church on 16 May 1801 to Mary Ann [Mariane] Tuite, who was born on 23 July 1783, the daughter of Richard Tuite Jr. (? - 1800) and Mary Wells (? - before 16 May 1801??).75

In 1840, she was living in Copenhagen, at Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, with her daughter Catherine Matilda de Nully, married to Adam Gotlieb Ditlev Moltke.76

She died on 7 October 1840 in Copenhagen. 77

[He died on 3 May 1855 on St. Croix. 78??]
Children of John Bertram Peter and Mary Ann (Tuite) de Nully:
14. i. John Peter Bertrand/Bertram Heyliger de Nully, b. 4 May 1802

15. ii. Richard Henry Tuite de Nully, b. 15 September 1805

16. iii. Catherine Matilda de Nully, b. 16 April 1807
10. ? de Nully
11. Werner Rudolph de Nully who was born in Copenhagen in about 1803 and was baptized in the Reformed Church.79

He was married on 6 August 1832 by the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Pastor at estate Slob, Queen’s Quarter to Jane Rodgers Goold,80 who was born on St. Croix 81 on 13 September 1810 and was baptized in the Christiansted Anglican Church on 14 November 1810. 82

In April 1834, the family was living at estate Slob, Queen’s Quarter83 and they continued to be resident there in February 1836, and he was listed as a “Gentleman.” 84

In October 1841, the family was living at estate Body Slob, Queen’s King’s Quarter [sic.], owned by the heirs of Mrs. S. C. Goold, where he was listed as Proprietor and Capt. of the Militia. 85

In October 1846, he was living with his family at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, a Chamberlain, Captain and Planter, and a Captain Commander of the Center Division, East End Company of the Militia. 86

In May 1850, they continued to reside at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, and he had the title “Kammerjunker, Captain.”87

In May 1850, he was a co-owner with B. P. de Nully of 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 88

In October 1855, he (and presumably the family) were on a trip to England.89 At the same time, he continued to own with B. P. de Nully, 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.90

In October 1857, he was resident at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, married, and occupied as the Administrator of the estate,91 and he continued to be co-owner with B. P. de Nully of 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 92

In October 1860, he was resident, and owner at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, married as Planter,93 and he continued to be co-owner with B. P. de Nully of 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 94

He died in 1866.95

By October 1870, Werner De Nully’s half of 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, had passed to his wife, Jane Rodgers de Nully, born Goold.96

In 1880, she was widow and was living with two of her daughters, Matilda and Alice, in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Vester, Frimurerlogens Rode, Nr. 509.97

In 1885, she and her daughters were living in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Øster Kvarter, Sankt Annæ Plads, 18, Matr. 57A, Forhus, 1. Sal.98


Children of Werner Rudolph and Jane Rodgers (Goold) de Nully:99
17. i. Sarah de Nully, b. 28 February 1834

18. ii. Matilda de Nully, b. 25 November 1835

19. iii. Charles Goold de Nully, b. 27 May 1838

20. iv. Jane Rogers de Nully, b. c1840

21. v. Marianne de Nully, b. 12 September 1843

22. vi. Alice de Nully, b. 10 June 1845


Catherine Matilda de Nully was born on 16 April 1807 and was baptized on 22 December 1807 in the Christiansted Catholic Church.100

She was married by 1840 to Adam Gotlieb Ditlev Moltke, who was born in about 1804101 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 102

He was a Danish Count. 103

From at least 1838-1846, he was leasing from the Crown, estate Rust op Twist, Northside B Quarter, nos. 5 & 6. 104

In 1840, they were living in Copenhagen at Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, stuen, with their children.105

She was dead by October 1846. 106

In October 1846, he was living at his estate Rust op Twist, Northside B Quarter, a widower, a Planter and a Captain of the Cavalry. 107
12. Richard Harcourt de Nully was born in about 1809 and was baptized on 21 July 1809.108

He had a relationship in about 1833-1834 with Mary McEvily.109

He was said to have been knighted by the King of Denmark, and drowned during a hurricane on 2 August 1837.110

In October 1841, she was living with her daughter at 25b Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 111


Child of Harcourt de Nully and Mary McEvily:
23. i. Augusta Eugenia De Nully, b. 27 July 1834
13. John Richard Henry De Nully was born on St. Croix112 on 4 December 1842 and was baptized on 31 December 1843 in the Christiansted Anglican Church.113 [potentially Caroline Moth may be his mother, also in 1850].

In October 1846, he was living at 54ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Ann Campbell’s children. 114

In May 1850, he was living at 54ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Ann Campbell’s children.115

14. John Peter Bertram Heyliger de Nully was born on 4 May 1802 and was baptized in the Christiansted Catholic Church between June & October 1802.116


15. Richard Henry Tuite de Nully was born on 15 September 1805 and was baptized in the Christiansted Catholic Church on 17 December 1805.117

He was Secretary at the Sjælland Lands Regiment, and died on 1 June 1829 from “Climate Fever.”118


16. Catherine Matilda de Nully was born on 16 April 1807 and was baptized on 22 December 1807 in the Christiansted Catholic Church.119

She was married in 1827120 to Adam Gotlieb Ditlev Moltke, who was born on 15 May 1803 in Rønnebæksholm, Denmark. 121

In 1840, they were living in Copenhagen at Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, and he was a Count, “Ritmester” of the Cavalry, and a plantation owner in the Danish West Indies.122

She died on 13 August 1840 in Copenhagen.123

He died on 21 July 1852 on St. Croix. 124
17. Sarah de Nully was born on St. Croix125 on 28 February 1834 and was baptized in the Christiansted Anglican Church on 17 April 1834. 126

In October 1841, she was living at estate Body Slob, with her parents and siblings. 127


18. Matilda de Nully was born on St. Croix 128 on 25 November 1835 and was baptized in the Christiansted Anglican Church on 11 February 1836. 129

In October 1841, she was living at estate Body Slob, with her parents and siblings. 130

In 1880, she was living with mother and sister Alice in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Vester, Frimurerlogens Rode, Nr. 509. 131

In 1885, she was living with her mother and sister Alice in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Øster Kvarter, Sankt Annæ Plads, 18, Matr. 57A, Forhus, 1. Sal.132


19. Charles Goold de Nully was born on St. Croix133 on 27 May 1838 and was baptized in the Christiansted Anglican Church on 26 August 1838. 134

In October 1841, he was living at estate Body Slob, with his parents and siblings.135

In October 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter. 136
20. Jane Rogers de Nully was born on St. Croix 137 on 11 December 1840138 and was baptized on 23 February 1841 in the Christiansted Anglican Church, whose sponsors were Richard & Mrs. Knight, and Jane Rogers. 139

In October 1841, she was living at estate Body Slob, with her parents and siblings. 140

In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter. 141
21. Marianne/ Mary Ann de Nully was born on 12 September 1843.142

In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter. 143

In May 1850, she was resident at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, with her parents and sibling. 144
22. Alice de Nully was born on 10 June 1845 and was baptized on 30 January 1846 in the Frederiksted Anglican Church.145

In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter. 146

In May 1850, she was resident at estate Body Slob, King’s Quarter, with her parents and sibling. 147

In 1880, she was living with mother and sister Matilda in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Vester, Frimurerlogens Rode, Nr. 509. 148

In 1885, she was living with her mother and sister Matilda in Copenhagen at Sankt Annæ Øster Kvarter, Sankt Annæ Plads, 18, Matr. 57A, Forhus, 1. Sal.149

23. Augusta Eugenia150 [Euginia Augusta] De Nully was born on St. Croix151 in Christiansted, 152 on 27 July 1834 and was baptized on 21 November 1835 in the Christiansted Anglican Church. 153

In October 1841, she was living with her mother at 25b Prince’s Street, Christiansted, supported by Mary McEvily.154

In October 1846, she was living with Jane Urich at 43b King’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Jane Urich.155

In May 1850, she was living at 59 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and supported by an aunt [probably Charlotte B. Smith], boarder.156
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Magdalane De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1774 and was baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church. 157

In October 1841, she was living in her own property at 12 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and Retailing Goods.158

In October 1846, she was living in her own property at 12b Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and by A. Farara [her tenant]159

In May 1850, she was living at her own property at 12b Hill Street, Christiansted, supported by her son.160

In October 1855, she was living at her own property at 12 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and supported by nothing, but Abram Farrha, was resident.161
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Unknown De Nully was married by 1778 to Hermann van Thiel.162
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Bertram Peter de Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1801, was baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church.163

In October 1841, he was resident at estate Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter, unmarried, Planter, and a Captain in the Artillery.164

In October 1846, he was resident at his estate, Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter, unmarried, a Planter and a Captain in the militia.165

He had a relationship between about 1846 and 1855 with Elizabeth Bunnell, 166 who was born on St. Croix in about 1825 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 167

In May 1850, she was living at 3 Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Servant.168

In May 1850, he was living at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, owned by B. P. de Nully and Werner de Nully, unmarried and a Planter. 169 He continued to own estate Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter and had the title Captain.170

In October 1855, he was living at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, which he owned with Werner de Nully, unmarried and a Planter, and she lived there as well, unmarried and working as a House Servant.171

In October 1857, he was living with Elizabeth Bunnell and their children at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted, which he owned with Werner De Nully, unmarried, Kammerjunker, Captain, Member of the Upper Guardian’s Court, Planter and K.D., and she continued to serve as a House Servant.172

In October 1860, he was not found in the St. Croix Census. However, Elizabeth Bunnell and their children were living at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted, owned by A. C. Ratcliffe, and she was employed as a Housekeeper and “(Supported by a Planter).”173

In October 1870, he was listed as being born on St. Croix in about 1804 and a member of the Lutheran Church, and the time he was stated to be a planter and living at 51 King Street, Christiansted, a property owned by him and Mrs. Jane de Nully, born Goold, and living with him was Elizabeth Bunnell, employed as Housekeeper.174


Children of Bertram Peter de Nully and Elizabeth Bunnell:
1. i. Louisa de Nully, b. c1847

2. ii. Richard de Nully, b. c1849

3. iii. Peter de Nully, b. c1852

4. iv. Bertram de Nully, b. c1853

5. v. Alice de Nully, b. c1855
1. Louisa de Nully was born on at estate Sion Hill, Queen’s Quarter, 175 St. Croix in about 1847 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 176

In May 1850, she was living at 3 Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, supported by Capt. B. de Nully. 177

In October 1855, she was living with her mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 178

In October 1857, she was living with her mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.179

In October 1860, she was living with her mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted.180
2. Richard de Nully was born in Christiansted181 on St. Croix in about 1849 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 182

In May 1850, he was living at 3 Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, supported by Capt. B. de Nully. 183

In October 1855, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 184

In October 1857, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.185

In October 1860, he was living with his mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted.186
3. Peter Augustus187 de Nully was born in Christiansted188 on St. Croix in about 1852 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 189

In October 1855, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 190

In October 1857, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.191

In October 1860, he was living with his mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted.192


4. Bertram Rudolph193 de Nully was born in Christiansted194 on St. Croix in about 1853 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 195

In October 1855, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted. 196

In October 1857, he was living with his mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.197

In October 1860, he was living with his mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted.198


5. Alice de Nully was born in Christiansted on St. Croix in about 1855 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 199

In October 1857, she was living with her mother and father at 51 King’s Street, Christiansted.200

In October 1860, she was living with her mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted.201

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