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Sophia Mathilde Nully was born on St. Thomas in about 1791202 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 203

In October 1841, she was living at 56/57/58 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Nurse.204

In October 1846, she was living at 56/57/58 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Nurse. 205

In May 1850, she was living at 56/57/58 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Nurse.206

In October 1860, she was living at 34a Queen’s Cross, Christiansted, unmarried, and employed as a Seller.207
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Sophia De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1801208/1806209 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 210

In October 1855, she was living at 34 Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, unmarried and selling bread.211

In October 1857, she was living at 34 Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Cook.212
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John de Nully was born on Curacao in about 1810213/1811 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 214

In May 1850, he was living at 26 King’s Cross Street, Christiansted, married and a Pensioner.215

In October 1855, he was living at 9 Market Street, Christiansted, unmarried and a Pensioner. 216

In October 1857, he was living at 9 Market Street, Christiansted, unmarried and a Seller. 217

In October 1860, he was living at 19b Strand Street, Christiansted, owned by John Hall, unmarried and employed in an Office, is a Seaman218
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Auguste A. de Nully was born in England in about 1812 and was baptized in a Lutheran Church. 219

In October 1841, he was living at estate Rust op Twist, Northside B Quarter, unmarried and employed as an Overseer, and a Private in the Christiansted Artillery.220


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Unknown de Nully had a relationship between about 1831 and 1837 with Elizabeth Ducouder221 was born in about 1810 on St. Croix and was baptized in the Lutheran Church in 1811.222
Children of unknown de Nully and Elizabeth Decouder:
1. i. Hortensia de Nully, b. c1832

2. ii. Oswald de Nully, b. c1835

3. iii. Augusta Louisa de Nully, b. c1837
1. Hortensia de Nully was born on St. Croix 223 born on 21 May 1833 and baptized in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 1 December 1833, sponsors were Miss E De Nully, Miss ?, M. H. De Nully.224

In October 1841, she was living at 5 Prince’s Street, supported by her mother, Elizabeth Ducouder. 225


2. Oswald de Nully was born on St. Croix226 was born on 10 October 1835 and was baptized on 4 December 1836 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, in Christiansted. 227

In October 1841, she was living at 5 Prince’s Street, supported by his mother, Elizabeth Ducouder. 228


3. Augusta Louisa de Nully was born on St. Croix229 on 19 September 1837 and was baptized on 14 February 1838 in the St. Croix Danish Church in Christiansted, with one of the sponsors being Miss E de Nully.230

In October 1841, she was living at 5 Prince’s Street, supported by her mother, Elizabeth Ducouder. 231

In October 1846, she was living at 25b Queen’s Cross Street, Christiansted, owned by Charlotte Emanuel, unmarried.
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Unknown De Nully had a relationship between about 1817 to 1818 with Harriett Thomason, who was born on St. Croix in about 1803/1806 and was baptized in the Anglican Church. 232

In October 1846, she was living at 50b Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Heyliger, unmarried and “supported.”233

In May 1850, she was living at 50ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Blake Heyliger, unmarried. 234

In October 1855, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by an Annuity.235

In October 1857, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by an Annuity.236

In October 1860, she was resident at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, pwned by Maria de Nully, unmarried, living on an annuity and employed as a Seamstress.237


Children of unknown De Nully and Harriett Thomason: 238
1. i. Maria De Nully, b. c1818
1. Maria De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1818 and was baptized in the Anglican Church.239

In October 1841, she was living at 50a/b Company Street, Christiansted, unmarried and supported by her father.240

In October 1846, she was living at 50b Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Heyliger, unmarried and “supported.”241

In May 1850, she was living at 50ab Company Street, owned by Mary Blake Heyliger, unmarried, and supported by her father.242

In October 1855, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried, literate, and daughter of Harriett Thomason.243

In October 1857, she was living at her own property at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, unmarried.244

In October 1860, she was living at her own property at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, unmarried, Harriet Thomason’s daughter.245
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Agneta/Augusta De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1837 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 246

In May 1850, she was living at 25 Prince’s Street, owned by Charlotte Emanuel, unmarried and supported by her father.247

In October 1855, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.248

In October 1857, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.249

In October 1860, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, now an Anglican, unmarried and supported by her father.250
NB The residential address of the previous and the following.
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Children of unknown De Nully [These are probably Bertram Peter de Nully’s children with Elizabeth Bunnell – S. E. H. See 1860. Listing at 4c Hospital Christiansted, where Mary is the child of Elizabeth Bunnell.]:
1. i. Attalina/Ulrica A. De Nully, b. c1842

2. ii. Joseph C. De Nully, b. c1844

3. iii. Mary E. De Nully, b. c1845
1. Attalina/Ulrica A. De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1841/1842 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 251

In May 1850, she was living at 50ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Blake Heyliger, attending school. 252

In October 1855, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.253

In October 1857, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.254

In October 1860, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.255

2. Joseph C. De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1844 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 256

In May 1850, he was living at 50ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Blake Heyliger, attending school. 257

In October 1855, he was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by his father.258

In October 1857, he was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by his father.259
3. Mary E. De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1845/1846 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 260

In May 1850, she was living at 50ab Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Blake Heyliger, attending school. 261

In October 1855, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.262

In October 1857, she was living at 44 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, owned by Maria de Nully, unmarried and supported by her father.263

See Mary De Nully, Elizabeth Bunnell’s daughter resident with her mother and siblings at 4c Hospital Street, Christiansted in October 1860. 264
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Albertina De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1839 and was baptized in the Catholic Church. 265

In October 1846, she was living at 50b Company Street, Christiansted, owned by Mary Heyliger, unmarried and “supported.”266


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Rudolph De Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1841 and was baptized in the Moravian Church. 267

In October 1855, he was living at 46/47 Queen’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and working as an Apprentice.268

In October 1857, he was living at 46/47 Queen’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and working as an Apprentice.269

In October 1860, he was living at 46/47 Queen’s Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and working as an Apprentice. 270


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Julia de Nully was born on St. Croix in about 1843 and was baptized in the Moravian Church. 271

In October 1855, she was living with her mother, Catherine Johnson (c1822- ), and brother at 20 King’s Street, Christiansted, owned by H. Radcliffe.272


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APPENDIX

Bertrand Pieter de Nully (1718/1719-1771)
Real Estate:
Company Quarter:

12: 1756 (1st year owned),273 1757,274 - 1760275 -

20: 1756 (1st year owned),276 1757,277 - 1760278 -

21: 1756 (1st year owned),279 1757,280 - 1760281 -


Queen’s Quarter:

35: 1759 (1st year owned),282 1760283


Enslaved Persons:
Martha had a relationship in about 1763-1764 with Jan de Jong.284

1 RA, St. Thomas Land List, 1715/16, f. 23. See for background of family: M. R. H. Calmeyer, "Het Geslacht Heyliger: Planters, Reders en Regenten op de Bovenwindse Antillen," Jaarboek van het Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, 27 (1973), f. 127, note 101, & 29 (1975), ff. 270-84; See also: H. B. Hoff & F. K. Barta, "De Windt Families of the West Indies ...", The Genealogist, VI, 1 (Spring 1985), 112.

2 For a history of him and his family see: H. B. Hoff & F. K. Barta, "De Windt Families of the West Indies ...", The Genealogist, VI, 1 (Spring 1985), 111-128.

3 RA, Lutheran Church Book, St. Thomas,1691-1795, f. 12; also in Gullach Jensen, note 7, p. 255. See: H. B. Hoff & F. K. Barta, "De Windt Families of the West Indies ...", The Genealogist, VI, 1 (Spring 1985), 111.

4 RA, St. Thomas Land List, 1725/26, f. 38.

5 RA, St. Thomas Byfoged Arkiv, Skifteprotokol for Indvaanere 1720-29, f. 173.

6 RA, St. Thomas Byfoged Arkiv, Skifteprotokol for Indvaanere 1720-29, f. 173.

7 Lutheran Church, Church Book, St. Thomas, 1691-1795, f. 134, 16 September 1733.

8 Lutheran Church, Church Book, St. Thomas, 1691-1795, f. 134, 16 September 1733.

9 ?

10 Lutheran Church, Church Book, St. Thomas, 1691-1795, f. 134, 16 September 1733.

11 RA, St. Thomas Byfoged Arkiv, Skifteprotokol for Indvaanere 1720-29, f. 173.

12 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, 1743-1776, Baptisms, 13 January 1760.

13 Ryberg, p. 217, no citation.

14 NARA, RG55, St. Croix Matricle, 1756, f. 3.

15 NARA, RG55, St. Croix Matricle, 1757, f. 59.

16 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1758, ff. 15-16.

17 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1758, ff. 15-16.

18 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1759, f. 19.

19 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 19.

20 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1759, f. 24.

21 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, 1743-1776, Baptisms, 25 November 1759.

22 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, 1743-1776, Baptisms, 13 January 1760.

23 RA, RR, St. Croix Matricle, 1760, f. 24.

24 Ryberg, p., 217, says 1773, no citation.

25 Ryberg, p. 217.

26 RA, St. Thomas Byfoged Arkiv, Skifteprotokol for Indvaanere 1720-29, f. 173.

27 Presumably in the Dutch Reformed Church, as they do not appear in the Lutheran Church, in St. Thomas.

28 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Church Book, (1778), f. 81. In January 1778, she is mentioned as the widow Cath. DeNully, born Wood.

29 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Church Book, 1754-1766, 30 September 1759, where she stands as a sponsor at the baptism of Lucas Benner and Sara Benners, born van Beverhoudt’s son, Adriaan van Beverhoudt, and she was said to have come from St. John.

30 Ryberg, p. 217.

31 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, 1743-1776, Baptisms, 23 February 1766.

32 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, 1743-1776, Baptisms, 21 September 1765.

33 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Church Book, Baptisms and Marriages, 1764-1787, 30 December 1772.

34 RA, St. Croix Matricle, 1772, Christiansted, 58 Kings Street, Mrs. de Nully (presumably Elizabeth's mother's) house.

35 RA, Rasmussen West Indian Card file.

36 RA, Rasmussen West Indian Card file.

37 RA, St. Croix Matricle, 1779, f. 77.

38 RA, VILA, Christiansted Probate Court, Probate Case, bp. no. 653, begun 24 December 1798.

39 RA, St. Croix Matricle, 1800, no. 16 Queen's Quarter.

40 RA, St. Croix Matricle, 1799, no. 16 Queen's Quarter.

41See: Recorder of Deeds, St. Croix, St. Croix Landsoverret, Pantebog, Litra CC, 2 October 1822, f. 2.

42 RA, VILA, 38.52.2, Christiansted Byfoged, Kronologisk foretegnelse over skifter, 1800-1843, no. 873/1812.

43 NARA, RG55, St. Croix Matricle, 1812, f. 77, Queen’s Quarter, 16.

44 Letter from Frank N. Cruger, Indianapolis, Indiana to Mrs. Douglas S. Armstrong, 12 February 1960, in Colby Collection, St. Croix Landmarks Library.

45 St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Baptisms and Marriages, 1764-1787,Marriages, 15 April 1772.

46 Letter from Frank N. Cruger, Indianapolis, Indiana to Mrs. Douglas S. Armstrong, 12 February 1960, in Colby Collection, St. Croix Landmarks Library.

47 Letter from Frank N. Cruger, Indianapolis, Indiana to Mrs. Douglas S. Armstrong, 12 February 1960, in Colby Collection, St. Croix Landmarks Library.

48 RA, VILA, 38.52.1, Christiansted Byfoged, Kronologisk Fortegnelse over Skifter, 1781-1800,Probate Case no. bp, 170/1784.

49 Letter from Frank N. Cruger, Indianapolis, Indiana to Mrs. Douglas S. Armstrong, 12 February 1960, in Colby Collection, St. Croix Landmarks Library.

50 Letter from Frank N. Cruger, Indianapolis, Indiana to Mrs. Douglas S. Armstrong, 12 February 1960, in Colby Collection, St. Croix Landmarks Library. “later information indicates he is buried in the vault of Mrs. Hendrickson (Mar. 12, 1800) in the Lutheran Church at Fredericksted [sic.]”

51 RA, VILA, 38.52.1, Christiansted Byfoged, Kronologisk Fortegnelse over Skifter, 1781-1800,Probate Case no. bp, 704/1800.

52 See: http://skeel.info/getperson.php?personID=I22606&tree=ks (accessed 12 June 2011).

53 Ryberg, p. 217, citing Slægten Browns Historie. Copenhagen, 1918, p. 41.

54 Ryberg, p. 217, citing Slægten Browns Historie. Copenhagen, 1918, p. 151.

55 Ryberg, p. 217, citing Slægten Browns Historie. Copenhagen, 1918, p. 151.

56 RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Queen's Quarter, estate Sion Hill.

57 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1799-1840, f. [8], Baptisms, 21 July 1809.

58 Family Bible in the possession of Miranda Algar, Australia, M.A. to S.E.H.. 21 June 2011.

59 RA, FT-1840, Census, 1840, Copenhagen, Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, Stuen. 47 F4, C5130.

60 RA, VILA, Christiansted Police Register of Arriving and Departing Persons, 1805-1816, f. 96.

61 RA, VILA, Christiansted Police Register of Arriving and Departing Persons, 1805-1816, f. 141.

62 RA, FT-1840, Census, 1840, Copenhagen, Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, Stuen, 47 F4, C5130.

63 RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Queen's Quarter, estate Sion Hill.

64 RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Queen's Quarter, estate Sion Hill.

65 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street.

66 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street.

67 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Queen's Quarter, estate Sion Hill.

68 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street.

69 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

70 RA, VILA, 3.81.635, Vestindisk Regering/Guvernementet paa St. Croix: Udskrifter af Christiansted Graverjournal, 1826-1909.

71 RA, St. Croix Census, 1855, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

72 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1799-1840, f. [8], Baptisms, 21 July 1809.

73 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, 1801, f. 34. Ryberg, p. 217, says he was the son of Cathrine Heyliger.

74 See: http://skeel.info/getperson.php?personID=I17510&tree=ks (accessed 12 June 2011).

75 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, 1801, f. 34.

76 RA, Copenhagen Census, 1840, Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, stuen.

77 See: http://skeel.info/getperson.php?personID=I17510&tree=ks (accessed 12 June 2011).

78 See: http://skeel.info/getperson.php?personID=I17510&tree=ks (accessed 12 June 2011). This date is confused with his brother Peter’s death date.

79 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, King's Quarter, estate Body Slob.

80 St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church, Church Book, 1822-`1860, ff. 228-229, Marriage no. 27/1832.

81 RA, St. Croix Census, King's Quarter, estate Body Slob.

82 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1799-1840, f. 90, Baptisms.

83 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1797-1841, Baptisms, f. [ 172], 17 April 1834.

84 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1797-1841, Baptisms, f. [ 175], 11 February 1836.

85 RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, King's Quarter, estate Body Slob.

86 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, King's Quarter, estate Body Slob.

87 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, King’s Quarter, estate Body Slob.

88 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

89 RA, St. Croix Census, 1855, King’s Quarter, estate Body Slob.

90 RA, St. Croix Census, 1855, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street..

91 RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, King’s Quarter, estate Body Slob.

92 RA, St. Croix Census, 1857, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

93 RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, King’s Quarter, estate Body Slob.

94 RA, St. Croix Census, 1860, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

95See:http://gw5.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=renaudbrown&lang=en;p=werner+rodolphe;n=heyliger+de+nully (accessed 12 June 2011). Not in the Christiansted Grave Digger Journal in RA, VILA.

96 RA, St. Croix Census, 1870, Christiansted, 51 King’s Street.

97 RA, Copenhagen, Sankt Annæ Vester, Frimurerlogens Rode, Nr. 509.

98 RA, Copenhagen, Sankt Annæ Øster Kvarter, Sankt Annæ Plads 18, Matr. 57A, Forhus 1. Sal.

99 RA, St. Croix Census, King's Quarter, estate Body Slob.

100 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, f. 54, 22 December 1807.

101 RA, Copenhagen Census, 1840, Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, stuen.

102 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside B Quarter, estate Rust op Twist.

103 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside B Quarter, estate Rust op Twist.

104 This list is based on George Tyson’s collection of inventories.

105 RA, Copenhagen Census, 1840, Store Kongensgade, Gaarden nr. 47, stuen.

106 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside B Quarter, estate Rust op Twist.

107 RA, St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Northside B Quarter, estate Rust op Twist.

108 St. John’s Anglican Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1799-1840, f. [8], Baptisms, 21 July 1809.

109 St. John’s Anglican Church, Church Book, 1815-1841, Free Colored, f. [171], Baptism, 21 November 1835.

110 Ryberg, p. 217, citing a document of arriving passengers in Christiansted beginning in 1794!

111 RA, St. Croix Census, 1841, Free, Christiansted, 25b Prince’s Street.

112 RA., St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street.

113 St. John’s Anglican Church, Church Book, 1841-1854, Free, f. 34, 31 December 1843.

114 RA., St. Croix Census, 1846, Free, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street.

115 RA, St. Croix Census, 1850, Christiansted, 54ab Company Street. Baptism not found in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church Book.

116 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, f. 38, Baptism, 1802. Ryberg, p. 217, says he was a son of Anna Margrethe.

117 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, f. 49, 17 December 1805.

118 Ryberg, p. 217, citing a 1675 document!

119 Holy Cross Catholic Church, Christiansted, Church Book, 1780-1841, f. 54, 22 December 1807.

120 See:


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