Chancery Records 1671-1771

West Indies Chancery 1671-1699, Vol. 143, FHL Microfilm 0399524
West Indies Chancery 1699-1730, Vol. 430, FHL Microfilm 0410351
Danish Chancery 1730-1746, Vol. 431, FHL Microfilm 0410352 (and FHL Microfilm 0410349)
Danish Chancery 1746-1771, Vol. 429, FHL Microfilm 0410350

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West Indies Chancery, 1671-1699, Vol. 143, FHL Microfilm 0399524

11 Mar 1671 West Indies Company's grant and rights laid out (charter)

11 Mar 1671 West Indies Company's rules

28 Sep 1671 Jörgen Iffversen's appointment as Governor of St. Thomas island

28 Sep 1671 Jörgen Iffversen's further appointment as Governor to any places in the West Indies that are open.

28 Sep 1671 Capt. Zacharias Hansen Bunch's sea pass to the West Indies

28 Sep 1672 Skipper Johannes Johannes' sea pass to the West Indies in the Forgyldte Pelican

10 Dec 1672 Patent for the establishment of the Guineas Company

24 Feb 1673 Separate the East and West Indies Companies

17 Apr 1673 East Indies Company claims 4 ships, etc.

17 Apr 1673 Directors of WI Company request a ship, how many people and how they are to be provided for

11 Oct 1673 Sea pass for the Forgyldte Örn of which Joris Bacher is the skipper.

11 Oct 1673 Cort Adelaer & Marquor Rotsteen and others interested in going to Guinea in Africa on the Forgyldte Örn.

21 Oct 1673 Mr. Henrich Bielcke that the West Indies Company should comply with the Dutch Caper Galioth

25 Oct 1673 Goods brought back by the ship, the Pelican need to be taxed.

22 Nov 1673 Thedorus Christensen appointed pastor to the West Indies Company

3 Dec 1673 Petition for a warehouse - granted

3 Dec 1673 Granted 4 warehouses

22 Dec 1673 Jens Hansen's sea pass for Golinth St. Thomas to West Indies

22 Dec 1673 Jens Hansen Dansch's sea pass for Golinth St. Thomas to West Indies

28 Feb 1674 West Indies Company should have ship Hafmanden instead of the remaining 4000 dr. which the Queen would bequeath.

6 Mar 1674 Dioceses County officers, counts, and Bishops in Denmark and Norway entrance fee to the West Indies or Guineas Company. Includes a list of those people who were sent a copy of this decree.

31 Mar 1674 West Indies Company bought ship Charlotte Amalia in Amsterdam.

10 Jul 1674 Ship Cornelia granted permission to travel to Guinea

10 Jul 1674 Those interested in the ship Cornelia to Guinea...

11 Jul 1674 The Skippers Jørgen Thormölle and Helrich Serchs of Bergen, Danish pass for their ship Cornelia, on which is Skipper Jørgen Tiessen to Guinea

11 Jul 1674 Pass issued for above mentioned ship

18 Sep 1674 Danish pass for Capt. Herman Schröder's ship Neptunes and Bertel Bochelman on the Yacht St. Vincent to the West Indies

22 Sep 1674 Didrich Schull's request to the company directors Peder Pedersen Lercke and Hans Nanssen that the drums should beat in town for the ship's necessity, to assembling or pulling.

25 Sep 1674 Capt. Herman Schröder's pass for ship Neptune to West Indies

25 Sep 1674 Bertil Bochelman's pass for the cutter St. Vincent to West Indies

28 Oct 1674 Jens Pedersen committed thievery, assigned to West Indies Colonies

13 Nov 1674 Petition for freedom for taxes on goods sent to Guinea

28 Nov 1674 West Indies Company's patent to trade in Guinea

28 Nov 1674 ditto (in Latin)

28 Nov 1674 Pass for ship Queen of Denmark to Guinea, Capt. Henrich Col

28 Nov 1674 ditto (in Latin)

6 Mar 1675 Skipper Börge Andersen of Christiania's sea-pass for ship Frederich to Guinea

20 May 1675 Royal grant concerning trade on St. Thomas

2 Sep 1675 Skipper Carsten Carstensen of Bergen's pass for ship Salvator Mundi to West Indies

26 Sep 1675 Skipper Cornelius Krisen's pass for ship "den Cronede Grif" to West Indies

26 Sep 1675 ditto (in Latin)

29 Apr 1678 Skipper Johannes Hauschild of Altona, sea-pass for ship Thobia to Guinea

6 Sep 1679 Nicolaus Esmit appointed governor of St. Thomas or other islands in West Indies.

6 Sep 1679 Nicolaus Esmit's pass for trip to St. Thomas in West Indies

3 May 1680 Ordinance to try to help West Indies and Guineas Company trade

4 Jun 1680 Capt. Johan Blom's sea-pass for ship den Kronede Grif to St. Thomas

(Canceled)

5 Jun 1680 Capt. Johan Bloem's pass for den Kronede Grif to St. Thomas

(Canceled)

31 Aug 1680 Magnus Pranger's appointment as head or commander of fortress Friderichsborg in Guinea

30 Sep 1680 Officers at Friderichsborg to be subjective and relinquish arms to him

27 Jan 1682 Capt. Thomas Adrian Thors's sea-pass for Charlotta Amalia to Guinea from Glückstad.

27 Jan 1682 ditto (in Latin)

27 Jan 1682 Sea-pass for ship Printz Friderich to Guinea from Glückstad

27 Jan 1682 ditto (in Latin), Skipper Petrus Gythius

26 Sep 1682 Jörgen Ifversen's appointment as governor on St. Thomas

26 Sep 1682 Nicolaus Smit, governor on St. Thomas to return here (Copenhagen)

23 Jun 1683 Oliger Pauli's permission & pass to send Capt. Thomas Adrian(sen) Theers with his ship Charlotta Amalia Regina Daniæ to Guinea

23 Jun 1683 ditto (in Latin)

17 Jul 1683 Adolph Esmet's appointment as governor on St. Thomas

8 Apr 1684 Holger Pauli and others to travel to Guinea when not even company ships can do it.

22 Apr 1684 pass for Capt. Jan Wagener & Jacob von der Laeg of Glückstad to Guinea on 2 frigates, Princess of Denmark and Printz Friderick

26 Apr 1684 Gabriel Milan's appointment as governor on St. Thomas

3 May 1684 ditto (in Latin)

7 May 1684 Adolph Smit, governor of St. Thomas, to turn over to new governor

17 Nov 1684 Nicolaus Esmit to be released from Copenhagen jail

 

7 Apr 1685 David Becher of Glückstad's pass for ship Köbenhavns börs to Guinea

16 May 1685 ditto (in Latin)

12 Jun 1685 Oliger Pauli's pass for ship Holger Danske to Guinea

12 Jun 1685 ditto (in Latin)

25 Jul 1685 Capt. Jan Waegenaer of Glückstad's pass for ship Princess of Denmark to St. Thomas

25 Jul 1685 ditto (in Latin)

8 Aug 1685 Ulrich Schnel, former pastor at Sønderup & Nordrup parishes, because of serious offenses to be shipped on the next ship to West Indies

29 Sep 1685 Commission ordered between Gabriel Milan, Governor of St. Thomas, and Capt. Jörgen Meyer and others

29 Sep 1685 Mickel Mickelsen's authority to act for the commission on St. Thomas

4 Oct 1685 Hans Bertelsen of Stabelstad Nyborg, for his unlawful conduct against the magistrate in Nyborg, to be sent to West Indies

21 Nov 1685 Albert Gyldenspare and Abraham Wüst to deal with Brandenburg electorate council Raule about the freedom to trade on St. Thomas.

5 Jan 1686 Agreement that electorate Brandenburg citizens can settle on St. Thomas and trade there.

6 Mar 1686 Royal letter to allow Brandenburg ships and people to trade on St. Thomas

27 Apr 1686 Moses Josua Henriques to be factor in Glückstad for those trading there for Guinea

29 May 1686 Capt. Daniel Henrichs and skipper _____'s sea-passes for ship C and the cutterFortuna to Guinea

29 May 1686 Capt. Daniel Henrich's sea pass in Latin

29 May 1686 Skipper _____'s sea pass in Latin

16 Jun 1686 Pass for Capt. Gerrit Coerte of Glückstad on the frigate the Royal Danish West Indies Arms to Guinea

12 Sep 1686 Jacob Lamberg, Brandenburg ship captain, to be able to freely trade on St. Thomas and Guinea

22 Sep 1686 French on St. Thomas are granted free to move from there when debts paid.

26 Oct 1686 Jesper Cornelis, Brandenburg Captain, to be free to trade on St. Thomas.

8 Mar 1687 Pass for ship Holger Danscke to Guinea with Capt. Thomas Thers of Glückstad

8 Mar 1687 ditto (in Latin)

18 Mar 1687 Brandenburg captain of frigate Berlin to be free to trade on St. Thomas

2 Apr 1687 Sea-pass for Capt. Jan Wagener of Glückstad on the ship Köbenhavns Börst.

2 Apr 1687 ditto (in Latin)

19 Apr 1687 Ordinance concerning trade on St. Thomas in West Indies.

16 Jul 1687 Brandenburg Capt. Willum Adriansen's pass for the brig Zee Meeren to St. Thomas

19 Jul 1687 Capt. Johannes Thors of Glückstad pass for ship Jomfru Margrethe to Guinea and St. Thomas

19 Jul 1687 ditto (in Latin)

23 Jul 1687 Sea-pass for Capt. Isaach Henriques of Glückstad on ship Nordstierne [the North star] to Guinea

23 Jul 1687 ditto (in Latin)

10 Sep 1687 Brandenburg Captain Gerrit Verbeech and Capt. Lovis de Visser's sea passes for the ship Marschal Dørfling and whistle ship Dorothea to St. Thomas.

13 Sep 1687 Adolph Esmit's Latin appointment to be governor of St. Thomas

15 Sep 1687 Adolph Esmet to be governor on St. Thomas

15 Sep 1687 Instructions to Adolph Esmit as governor of St. Thomas

15 Sep 1687 Iver Hop, Vice-Admiral, sea-pass for ship Jefrau Maria to West Indies

15 Sep 1687 ditto (in Latin)

15 Sep 1687 Christopher Hein's appointment in Latin as Vice-Governor of St. Thomas

16 Sep 1687 Peder Christenssen to be pardoned(?) for his offence, to go to the Indies withe the next ship and remain there for three years.

17 Sep 1687 Skipper _____'s sea-pass for vessel Christianus Qvintus to St. Thomas

17 Sep 1687 Skipper Hendrich Møller's sea-pass for the ship den Røde Hafne to St. Thomas

15 Oct 1687 Niels Clemendsen of Bröndum in Viborg Diocese, prisoner doing iron labor at Bremerholmen, to be sent to West Indies with the ship Røde Hane

15 Oct 1687 Margrethe Hansdaatter from Hillerød should be sent to West Indies for her offenses

15 Oct 1687 Jens Rosenheim to go to England to trade with the African Company about the fort Friderichsberg in Guinea and its restitution

29 Oct 1687 Jens Rosenheim's power-of-attorney in England concerning the fortress Friderichsberg in Guinea

29 Oct 1687 Jens Rosenheim's instructions concerning his deal in England

29 Oct 1687 Adolph Esmit, Governor on St. Thomas, granted authority to make a will

14 Feb 1688 Jens Rosenheim asks how to conclude deal with English African Company about the Fortress Friderichsborg.

7 Apr 1688 Jens Rosenheim's commission's report items

8 May 1688 Brandenburg Captains Adrian Jacobsen and Theophile Thoma's passes for 2 shipsde Hoop and de Liefde to the West Indies

15 May 1688 Confirmation of agreement between the West Indies & Guineas Company and the English African Company directors concerning the Castle Friderichsborg on the coast of Guinea (in English)

4 Apr 1688 ditto (translated to Danish)

15 May 1688 Directors of West Indies Company concerning agreement with the English

29 May 1688 Capt. Thomas Thoors of Glückstad's sea-pass for the ship Holger Danscke to Guinea

29 May 1688 ditto (in Latin)

21 Jul 1688 Capt. Johan Wagaener's sea-pass for ship Köbenhavns börs to Guinea

21 Jul 1688 ditto (in Latin)

14 Aug 1688 Nicolas Fensman to be governor of Christiansborg, Guinea in the district of Acra.

26 Jan 1689 Capt. Jan Thoors' pass for ship Jomfru Margrethe to Guinea

26 Jan 1689 ditto (in Latin)

27 Jul 1689 Nicolas Jansen Arf's privileges concerning Guinea trade

30 Jul 1689 Directors concerning the turn over of Guinea trade to Nicolaj Jansen Arf

30 Jul 1689 College council concerning Nicolaj Jansen Arf about solt and continued trade with Africa and Guinea

16 Nov 1689 Skipper Peder Erichsen Helsing's sea-pass for ship Haabet to St. Thomas

16 Nov 1689 ditto (in Latin)

25 Jan 1690 Adolph Esmit, former governor on St. Thomas's release

18 Feb 1690 Jörgen Thormöllen's contract's confirmation concerning trade on St. Thomas

15 Mar 1690 Christopher Hein, Vice-Governor on St. Thomas, concerning trade's transfer to Jörgen Thormöhlen

5 Apr 1690 Jörgen Thormöllen to use the royal seal for cases in West Indies

(nl) Jörgen Thormöhlen's Latin sea-pass (not inscribed here)

1 Jun 1690 Nicolai Jansen Arf's ship-articles for ships in the Guineas trade

7 Jun 1690 Nicolai Fensman, Vice-Governor at Christiansborg in Guinea concerning turning over the fortress to Nicolai Jansen Arf

7 Jun 1690 Skipper Trait Seches of Copenhagen's Latin sea-pass for the ship Gyldenlewes Vaaben to Guinea

7 Jun 1690 Capt. Jörgen Weier of Copenhagen's Latin sea-pass for the ship Köbenhavns Vaabento Guinea

7 Jun 1690 Skipper Hiriche Hillebrant of Copenhagen's Latin sea-pass for ship Laurvigen to Guinea

16 Aug 1690 3 Brandenburg ship Captains' passes to deal with their Frigates in St. Thomas (Jacob Lambert on Chur Printzessen and Thomas Wiltschlit on Salamander).

24 Mar 1691 Abraham Meelter, Brandenburg Captain, pass for ship Dorfling to St. Thomas

21 Apr 1691 Capt. Johan Hastings of Copenhagen's sea-pass for the ship Konning Christian den femte to trade for Oliger Pauli in the Mediteranian.

21 Apr 1691 ditto (in Latin)

20 Jun 1691 Johan Lorentz, Vice-Commander on St. Thomas, that the Brandenborg's confiscated goods should be compliant...

31 Oct 1691 Skipper Frands Weier of Bergen's Latin sea-pass for the ship Jomfru Giertrud to Bordeaux and from there to St. Thomas

31 Oct 1691 Skipper Krillebasse of Bergen's Latin sea-pass for the ship Insulen St. Thomas

3 Nov 1691 Latin sea-pass for the ship Madame Thormöhlen to St. Thomas

22 Dec 1691 Johan Lorentz, Vice-Commander on St. Thomas, to live in good relations with the Brandenburgers established there.

5 Mar 1692 Four Brandenburg Captains, each with Danish pass or permission to trade on St. Thomas (Capt. Chaloupin on Africanen, Capt. Willem Adrianssen on Löven, and Capt. Jean le Sage on Friderich Wilhelms).

5 Apr 1692 Johannes Lorentzen, Vice-Commandant on St.Thomas, to let the Brandenburgs enjoy free trade this year without paying any land taxes

26 Apr 1692 Johannes Lorentzen about restitution to Brandenburgs for some of their confiscated goods and products.

7 Jun 1692 Jörgen Thormöllen about restitution to Brandenburgs for some of their confiscated products.

7 Jun 1692 Johannes Lorentzen about restitution to Brandenburgs for some of their confiscated products.

5 Jul 1692 Liven Adriansen, Brandenburg Captain, pass to trade on St. Thomas with the shipSoterdaln.

3 Sep 1692 Jacob Mailard, Brandenburg Captain, pass and permission to trade free on St. Thomas with the ship Conings Vapen.

3 Sep 1692 Iwer Hopper's letter to use 8000 Rigsdaler which Jörgen Thormöllen will pay to the Brandenburgs

3 Sep 1692 Jorgen Thormöllen to pay 8000 Rigsdaler to Iwer Hoppe of the money he should pay to the Brandenburgs.

5 Nov 1692 Brandenburg Captain Albert von der Lain's pass or permission to trade on St. Thomas with the ship de Syv Provincier.

6 Dec 1692 Brandenburg Captain Cornelius de Clencq's pass and permission to trade on St. Thomas with the ship die Bracke

13 Jun 1693 Capt. Jean Vitte de Witte and 2 Brandenburg Captains' (Capt. Wegman on Chur Princessinden and Capt. Erasmus Heindrik on Charlotta Lovise) pass and grant to trade on St.Thomas with their ships

15 Aug 1693 Vice-Commandant La Wignie on St. Thomas to obey the contract made with the Brandenburgs without complaint

21 Oct 1693 Capt. Henrich Brandt with 2 Brandenburg Captains' (Capt. Pieter Beck on Jægerenand Capt. Vincent de Clerck on Postilionen) pass and permission to trade with their ships and goods on St. Thomas.

24 Mar 1694 Johan Lorentz's appointment to be Vice-Commandant on St. Thomas

24 Mar 1694 Johan Lorentz, Vice- Commander on St. Thomas, Latin travel-pass

7 Apr 1694 Frantz de la Vigne, Vice-Commandant on St. Thomas who was appointed Cammander by Jörgen Thormöllen, to turn over the fortress and command to Johan Lorentz.

12 Jun 1694 Ulrich Friderich Gyldenlewe and others concerning Jörgen Thormöllen's damage and braking of his contract concerning trade on St. Thomas

4 Sep 1694 Brandenburg Captain Frantz Voskuhl's pass and permission to trade on St. Thomas with his ship.

17 Nov 1694 Capt. Jacob Bonina of Copenhagen's sea-pass for the ship Printz Christian to St. Thomas

7 May 1695 Frantz van der Pole, Brandenburg sea Captain, pass and permission to trade on St. Thomas with his ship

16 Nov 1695 Two Brandenburg Captains by the names Jacobus Lambregt and Wouter Ypes' pass and permission to trade on St. Thomas with their ships

31 Oct 1695 Confirmation on the West Indies Company's participant's rules (includes signatures of company members)

25 Feb 1696 Ephraim Monrath's confirmation to be [Lutheran] pastor on St. Thomas

18 Jul 1696 William Adriansen, Brandenburg Captain, pass and permission to trade with his ship on St. Thomas

15 Aug 1696 Jens Juel and others to order Councilor Nicolai Jansen Arv to leave Christiansborg fortress in Guinea with his property in good condition

10 Jul 1697 Jens Juel and Mathias Woth about the fortress Christiansborg in Guinea which Nicolai Jansen Arv established to secure good privileges

10 Jul 1697 Nicolai Janssen Arv concerning turning over the fortress Christiansborg to the directors or their power of attorney

10 Jul 1697 Thomas Jacobsen, Hans Pedersen, and Georg Andr. Taexter concerning the fortress in Christiansborg in Guinea

3 Aug 1697 Dispute between the company directors and Jean Mathias Leers

28 Sep 1697 Grant for the West Indies and Guineas Company

9 Oct 1697 Concerning what freedoms the East and West Indies Companys should enjoy in tax and consumption of the products sent to the East and West Indies and Guineas.

22 Mar 1698 David Jenrich's appointment as pastor on St. Thomas

22 Mar 1698 Skipper Johan Vinck's pass for the ship Guldenlew to St. Thomas

22 Mar 1698 Capt. Jean Bruge and other Brandenburgs Captains (Capt. Wouter Ypes onFriderich der dritte, Capt. Daniel Pets on Olin Tack, Capt. Jacob Frantzen on Jonge Bomgardt, Capt. Peter von Becke on Chur Prinsessinden, ships die sieben Provincien, Oranaenburg, anddie Vier Bruder) passes and permission to trade with their ships on St. Thomas.

26 Mar 1698 Ship Articles (rules & penalties) for ships in the West Indies and African Companies

23 Jul 1698 Friderich Snell's appointment as pastor at Christiansborg in Guinea

22 Aug 1698 Capt. Jörgen Grabenen's pass for the ship Christianus quintus to Guinea and from there to St. Thomas

29 May 1699 Rules and ordinances for the West Indies and Guineas Company

West Indies Chancery, 1699-1730
Vol. 430, FHL Microfilm 0410351

9 Sep 1699 Confirmation for rules and ordinances WI&G Company

9 Sep 1699 Johan Lorenz confirmed to still be Vice Commendant St. Thomas

9 Sep 1699 Johan Trane confirmed to be head of Christiansborg Castle in Guinea

9 Sep 1699 Message to Company's Directors - ships articles about use of flag etc.

19 Sep 1699 Skipper Inne Pieters sea pass to WI

15 Jan 1701 Directors of WI Company about new contract with the Brandenburg Co

12 Apr 1701 Andreas Chorne confirmation to be a pastor on St. Thomas

25 Feb 1702 Jörgen Bagge confirmed to be pastor at Christiansborg Fort in Guinea

25 Feb 1702 Hartvig Mejer's conf. to be in charge of the fort Christiansborg in Guinea

8 Jun 1702 Directors statement about the Prussian Envoye's memorial

24 Oct 1702 Claus Hansen, temporary appointed head of St. Thomas

26 Aug 1704 Andreas Mariager conf. to be pastor at Christiansborg fort in Guinea

24 Oct 1704 Skipper Peder Andersen Waeroe of Copenhagen seapass for ship Fridericus Quart.also Skipper Anders Madsen of Copenhagen for ship Cron Printzen.

3 Nov 1704 Claus Hansen conf. to be Vice Commandant on St. Thomas, same day Erich Olsen Lygaard to be head at Castle Christiansborg in Guinea.

8 May 1706 Johann Lorentzen's will, Matthias Hansen, citizen in Flensburg and curator for his wife Ellin Carsten(sen). Other heirs: Jurgen Carstenssen and Adrian Adriaensen.

15 Jul 1707 Ib Jensen Smidt and Niels Lauritzen Juel, 2 boatmen of Guineas ship, message to directors

16 Sep 1707 Anders Samsing to be Danish-German pastor for Lutheran on St. Thomas

17 Oct 1707 Joachim von Holsten to be Vice-Commandant on St. Thomas.

17 Oct 1707 Skipper Peder Andersen Waroe of Copenhagen, seapass for ship Fridericus Qvartus.

8 Oct 1708 Rosenburg, directors about quantity of Farnambucco and Campeche trees

29 Nov 1709 Skipper Hans Carstensen Tönder of Copenhagen, seapass for ship Christiansfort to St. Thomas

25 Feb 1710 Hans Helsted, town bailiff in St. Thomas message to directors

30 Mar 1711 Frands Boye, conf. to be head of castle Christiansborg in Guinea

3 Apr 1711 Franciscus Boye's travel-pass to Guinea

22 May 1711 Skipper Jost Massier of Copenhagen's pass for ship Christiansfort to St. Thomas

25 May 1711 Christian Fischer confirmed as Danish pastor on St. Thomas

26 Nov 1712 Robert Davidsen Faye of Bergen, seapass to St. Thomas

13 May 1713 Order for Bishop Niels Smed to ordinate a student as pastor at fort Christiansborg in Guinea

7 Oct 1713 Louis Guillaume du Repaire, Fisca Torsong, and Jean Lafon message to directors

29 Dec 1713 Chevalier Durepaire's case against the court on St. Thomas, procurator Brostorph Albetius to investigate.

7 Sep 1714 Directors answer letter from the united Dutch that governor Michael Crone should relax his arrested Dutch ship Patriarchen Isaac and its cargo.

12 Oct 1714 Company's concession for 3894 with Frantz Stradtfort and Samuel Free of Hamburg

22 Oct 1714 du Pupaire in behalf of inhabitants on St. Thomas complaint to directors about governor Michael Croon

23 Nov 1715 Cort Rise (Curtius Simon Risaeus, born 21 Oct 1677 Svenborg) conf. as Danish pastor for Lutheran parish on St. Thomas

20 Mar 1716 Isaac Groenwold, conf. Dutch pastor for Reformed Parish on St. Thomas

14 Apr 1716 WI inhabitant's message to directors***

24 Aug 1716 St. Thomas inhabitants resolutions for various items....accounts of Brandenburgers... attest of Governor Heintz of the 8 years freedom and from some citizen of 25 percent... petition signed 28 Apr 1715 by 60 planters

16 Nov 1716 Anders Cornelison, soldier on St. Thomas message to directors

30 Nov 1716 Skipper Peder Christensen Aalborg, seapass for ship Jomfru Allette to St. Thomas

18 Jun 1717 Skipper Anthoni Reyter of Flensborg, seapass for ship Printz Christian

23 Jun 1717 Christopher Pedersen Sunlien (born 10 Oct 1691), conf. as pastor at fort Christiansborg in Guinea

21 Jul 1717 Mr. Christian Brandt's call confirmation (Lutheran parish) (last pastor Cordt Riise died 23 Jan 1717)

30 Jul 1717 Jean Francois Tissot, conf. as French Reformed pastor on St. Thomas

21 Oct 1718 Skipper Friderich Moth, seapass, ship Anna & Susanna from Amsterdam to Copenhagen.

29 Apr 1719 Erik Bredal conf. Vice-Commandant on St. Thomas, etc.

12 May 1719 Skipper Friderick Moth, pass for St. Thomas, ship Salvator Mundi

15 Oct 1719 Skipper Peder Welling, seapass to WI, ship Anna & Susanna

15 Nov 1720 Jacob Tamdrop (born Slagelse 8 Jan 1681) conf. as Compastor for Lutheran parish on St. Thomas

23 Jul 1721 Elias Hansen Svane's call's confirmation (pastor on fort Christiansborg)

14 Nov 1721 Abraham Runnels' marriage licence to cousin, Anne Marie Runnels, children of brothers.

28 Feb 1722 WI inhabitant's message to the directors (deputies Jan de Windt, Jörgen Carstensen, and Jacob Magens).

13 Nov 1722 Skipper Peter Andersen Waröe, Skipper Jacob Augustinus Bastalle, and Capt. Friderich Moth, each for a pass to WI.

27 Nov 1722 Thomas Steenild's call's confirmation (pastor for Fort Christiansborg)

8 Oct 1723 Otto Jacob Tamsen to be Commandant at Christiansfort & St. Thomas/St. Jan

8 Oct 1723 Philip Adam Dietrich, Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas & St. Jan

29 Oct 1723 Skipper Jens Trane, Skipper Lorentz Span, seapass to WI

17 Dec 1723 Comm. Capt. Heinrich Suhm to be head of citadel Christiansborg in Guinea

18 Nov 1724 Skipper Jens Trane seapass

23 Jul 1725 Skipper Zacharias Ahleve on ship Unge Jomfrue and skipper Jörgen Matthiisen Foss of ship Christiansborg to WI and Guinea, seapass

29 Aug 1725 Christen Heigaard to be pastor at fort Christiansborg in Guinea

14 Jun 1726 Lauritz Span on ship Haabet Gallei to Christiansborg and from there to America. Seapass.

1 Nov 1726 Adrian von Beverhoudt and Anna Elisabeth Thambsen's will's conf.

1 Nov 1726 Director orders that Christian Friderich Stub is to be brought to Copenhagen on shipSt. Thomas to work in iron for his life-time.

9 Nov 1726 Suggestion that the WI Company and EI Company be combined.

25 Aug 1727 Adrian von Beverhoudt engaged to Ana Maria von Holten, cousins, children of half-brother and sister. (request 24 May 1727)

7 Nov 1727 Pieter Thomas and Johanna Thomas, cousins, want to marry (request 26 Jul 1727)

22 Nov 1727 Johannes Laurentz Carstens to be his own representative. Has resided in Amsterdam for a long time, otherwise St. Thomas resident, asks to be authorized to represent himself, not yet 24 years old, but born on St. Thomas in the year 1705, being only 22 years old. Will leave with the first ship from Amsterdam to take care of estate of his father Jörgen Carstens (17 Nov)

30 May 1728 Lorentz Span on ship Haabet Gallej to WI, seapass

30 Jul 1728 Wigboldus Rasvelt to be Dutch pastor for Reformed P. on St. Thomas

26 Nov 1728 Niels Thomesen Lange to be pastor at fort Christiansborg in Guinea

14 Jan 1729 August Hansen Hammer for himself or someone in his place with 2 ships from 2 places seapass

24 Feb 1730 Lieut. Christian Frid. de Boysset message to directors about interest owned him

 

Danish Chancery, 1730-1746 
Vol. 431, FHL Microfilm 410352 (and FHL Microfilm 0410349)

23 Oct 1730 Cornelius Bagge's sea pass in Latin

23 Oct 1730 Pouls Jensen's sea pass for ship Eenigheden to West Indies

19 Oct 1731 Paul Jensen's sea pass for ship Eenigheden to West Indies

26 Oct 1731 Anders Thamsen's appointment as pastor for Lutherans on St. Thomas/St. John

7 Dec 1731 Jacobus Svarte's appointment as pastor for Dutch Reformed parish on St. Thomas

4 Apr 1732 Augustinus Hanssen Hammer's sea pass

18 Apr 1732 Dispute between Erich Bredal & the directors

2 May 1732 Director's orders concerning English heirs of Pierre Smit

24 Oct 1732 Erich Trane's appointment as pastor at the fort Dansborg in Guinea

7 Nov 1732 Peder Jenssen's sea pass

20 Mar 1733 Thomas Legaard's will, St. Thomas 14 Oct 1731

20 Mar 1733 Punishments accorded to fornication between a Christian and a heathen, both to be punished. Case concerns Christian inhabitant's daughter Magdalena Kembeu who was pregnant by a heathen slave "Mingo" who was purchased by Johan Carstensen [Johannes Laurens Carstens] for 1300 Rigsdalers, which slave deserted to the neighboring Spanish islands for fear of punishment.

17 Apr 1733 Cornelius Bagge's sea pass

26 Jun 1733 Anthonius von Kalkenstein's appointment as pastor for the Reformed congregation on St. Thomas

24 Oct 1733 Peder Jenssen's sea pass to St. Thomas

30 Oct 1733 Leaders to be on St. Croix appointment

5 Feb 1734 Grant for the West Indies and Guineas Company

13 Aug 1734 Nicolas Friderich Bang's appointment as Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas & St. John

24 Sep 1734 Lorentz Jæger's sea pass

12 Nov 1734 Phillip Gardelin's appointment as Commandant of the fort Christiansfort

21 Oct 1735 Skipper Lorentz Jæger's sea pass

29 Oct 1735 Gunder Synderman's appointment as [?Lutheran] pastor on St. Croix

11 Nov 1735 Arnoldus von Brunen's appointment as Dutch pastor of the Reformed congregation on St. Thomas

9 Mar 1736 Friderich Mothaus' appointment as Commandant and head of St.Croix and St. Thomas

12 Oct 1736 Capt. Christian Krabbe's complaint against Commandant Moth

2 Nov 1736 Jacob Hoffmann's appointment as Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas & St. John

9 Nov 1736 Cornelius Bagge's sea pass

30 Nov 1736 West Indies & Guineas Company plan to entice settlement of St. Croix through a lottery, giving away 450 plantations.

15 Mar 1737 Johannes Borm's appointment as Dutch Pastor to the Reformed Church on St. Thomas.

22 Mar 1737 Gregers Hvidt, Skipper, sea pass

31 May 1737 Jacob Nicolai Holst, Captain, sea pass

6 Dec 1737 Ole Dorph's appointment as pastor to the fort Christiansborg in Guineas

14 Mar 1738 Sea-pass for Capt. Albrecht Jansen on St. Andreas to Copenhagen

22 Aug 1738 Charles Crommelin's display for a judgment (rejected according to Royal Decree of 20 Sep 1764)

29 Aug 1738 Mogens Woldemar's [Mogens Waldemarsen Waldberg] appointment as Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas and St. John

17 Oct 1738 Erich Christian Hoyer (of New York) in 1720 took Skipper Boy Simensen's wife Karen Dreyer from Trondheim (where they were married against her will) and went to England, breaking God's and Danish laws. Later they were married as her first husband died a long time previously in France and they got permission of two Consistories in Holstein and Rensborg, his deceased father having been a General Superintendent. He was afraid to return when his father died because of fear of punishment for his offense, but now the heirs of his father consider he has given up his rights. He requests a dispensation so he can take care of these matters.

24 Oct 1738 Rivert Rickard's sea pass

13 Mar 1739 Albrecht Janssen and Henrick Cornelissen's sea passes

13 Mar 1739 Skipper Henrich Cornelissen's sea-pass on Williamina Gallei to St. Thomas

13 Mar 1739 Friderich Mertin, a Bohemian and Moravian Brother, requests to go to St. Thomas and teach the black or Negroes.

20 Mar 1739 Director of the WI&G Company to the Governor on St. Thomas to order the Moravian Brother's teacher Friderich Mortens to baptize them in the name of the holy Trinity.

20 Mar 1739 Cornelius Koop request to be his own guardian in his father's estate. Not yet 25, but is 23 years, 3 months, and 14 days old and has done various trade on his own. Men to vouch for him, Captain Albrecht Jansen who commands the ship St. Andreas and Hans Østby who commands the ship Laurberg Galley.

5 Jun 1739 Hans Östbye, Skipper, sea pass

11 Dec 1739 Skipper Cornelius Bagge's sea-pass on ship Postillion to Madera

11 Dec 1739 Skipper Rivert Richard's sea-pass for ship Friderica Amalie to St. Thomas

18 Dec 1739 Sören Ulrich Helt's appointment as Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas and St. John

8 Jan 1740 Johannes Borm, pastor of the Dutch Reformed church on St. Thomas, requests permission to marry Maria Rünnels, daughter of the widow of Isaque Runnels. This Maria Rünnels and my deceased wife were brother's daughters (cousins) and my wife died without heirs.

18 Jan 1740 Request to be able to mint money for use on the islands because of the lack of money and problems of keeping money on the islands.

12 Feb 1740 Directors of the WI&G Company's decree about minting money

22 Apr 1740 Jacob Schiönneman's appointment as vice-head of St. Thomas and St. John

28 Apr 1740 Skipper Albrecht Jansen's sea pass

29 Apr 1740 Hans Jacob Ottessen Stoud's appointment as pastor for the Lutheran church on St. Croix

12 Jul 1740 Lucas deWint (son of deceased Geurt Spreuwert deWint, born here on the island, and according to reports 19 years old) requests permission to be his own guardian.

9 Dec 1740 Skipper Lauritz Biörn's sea-pass for St. Andreas to St. Thomas

9 Dec 1740 Skipper Morten Koy's sea-pass for Neptunus from Amsterdam to Madera or other Canary Islands, then to St. Thomas

23 Dec 1740 Lucas deWint requests permission to marry his mother's sister's daughter (cousin) Margaritta Lindesay, who was born on the Dutch island of St. Eustatius.

17 Feb 1741 Svend Biergboe's appointment as Lutheran pastor for the St. Thomas and St. John churches.

24 Mar 1741 The Jew, Melchior Berents, who came on the ship Williamina Galley to St. Thomas 18 Jun 1739 and in that place did various thievery, concerning his punishment.

1 May 1741 Directors concerning case for Jewish boy Melchior Berends

1 May 1741 Skipper Rivert Richard's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

5 May 1741 General Hans Jacob Arnoldt redress for a probate ended 5 Sep 1738 on St. Thomas

28 Jul 1741 Notice of Copenhagen Magistrates recommendation concerning company officials probate accounts

21 Jul 1741 Skipper Hans Östbye's sea pass

10 Nov 1741 Skipper Hans Östbye's sea pass

10 Nov 1741 Skipper Albert Jansen's sea pass for ship Postillion to Madara, St. Thomas & St. Croix

24 Nov 1741 Peder Mejer Capell's appointment as pastor for the fort Christiansborg in Guinea

2 Dec 1741 Skipper Lars Brom's sea pass

9 Feb 1742 Capt. Edsert de Graaf's sea pass

30 Mar 1742 Henricus Henrichsen's appointment as Reformed Dutch Pastor on St. Croix.

13 Apr 1742 Skipper Rivert Richard's sea pass

14 Sep 1742 Pieter deWint requests permission to marry his cousin, Miss Anna Maria Benner, who is his mother's brother's daughter, born here on St. Thomas.

14 Sep 1742 Confirmation of the ship's articles for the West Indies Company ships.

31 Aug 1742 Charles Crommelin & Directors case (Sjælland Missiver)

26 Oct 1742 Capt. Albert Jansen's sea pass

14 Dec 1742 Memorial concerning the Moravian Brothers on St. Thomas

15 Feb 1743 Skipper Jacob Gudo's sea pass

15 Mar 1743 Melchior Bernts (Jew)'s debts for thievery were paid by Berent Jacob and Salomon Joseph Una, elders for the Jewish Nation here. They requested that he be freed from his judgements to be branded on the forehead as a thief, etc.

28 Jun 1743 Skipper Böye Hendrichsen's sea pass

11 Oct 1743 Abraham Jansen Seyeröe's sea pass

6 Dec 1743 Lieut. Christian Schweden's appointment as Commandant and head of St. Thomas

6 Dec 1743 Henrich Kroll died a few months earlier. His son Henrich Kroll is 19 years old and for the last 4-5 years has been plantation scribe and asks to be his own guardian. He has a younger sister in Copenhagen.

21 Feb 1744 Johannes Samuel Paldamus' appointment as Reformed pastor on St. Thomas

18 Apr 1744 Georgius Fridericus Racer's appointment as Dutch pastor for the Reformed church on St. Croix

1 May 1744 Andreas Thoersen's sea pass

22 May 1744 Memorial about the American missionaries (Moravians) permission to call 4-5 vicars to serve the heathens in their redemption efforts.

Includes a list of who was baptized by the Moravians 1736-1742.

9 Oct 1744 Skipper Jacob Gude's sea pass

9 Oct 1744 Skipper Albert Jansen's sea-pass on Christiansted from Copenhagen to Madere and St. Thomas

11 Dec 1744 Henrich Specht's request to be freed from making a revealing confession concerning a previous committed fornication.

28 Dec 1744 Request [Moravians] that Johan Christopher Bratken be appointed Ordinary teacher and have 5 persons as adjuncts.

21 May 1745 Peder Nielsen Möller's sea pass

2 Sep 1745 Captain Andreas Thoersen's sea pass

22 Oct 1745 Skipper Robbert Diderichsen Pfeiff's sea-pass for ship Printz Christian Copenhagen to Amsterdam to St. Thomas and back

22 Oct 1745 Hans Jensen Flye's appointment as pastor at the fort Christiansborg in Guinea

29 Oct 1745 Skipper Albert Jansen's sea-pass to Madera & St. Thomas

29 Oct 1745 Capt. Abraham Jansen Seieröe's sea pass

13 Nov 1745 Skipper Jörgen Mörck's sea pass

13 Nov 1745 Skipper Jacob Gude's sea pass

17 Dec 1745 Boye Henrichsen Prat's sea pass

22 Apr 1746 Memorial from the director that Abraham Pelt should yearly in the middle of January make a report of the Company's plantation's sugar, etc.

20 May 1746 Claus Reventlau & Johan Henrich Barentz, commissioners to deal in case between directors and Abraham Pelt

3 Jun 1746 Skipper Henrich Cornelius' sea-pass to St. Thomas

3 Jun 1746 Christian Friederich Mecklenborg's sea pass

8 Jul 1746 Fortius Verburgt's appointment to the Dutch pastor for the Reformed Church on St. John

 

Danish Chancery, 1746-1771
Vol. 429, FHL #0410350

26 Aug 1746 Capt. Jan Laurentz' sea-pass to St. Thomas

2 Sep 1746 Friderich Burchhart (convicted forger) to be sent to St. Croix

21 Oct 1746 Capt. Peder Seyersted of Copenhagen, sea-pass to St. Thomas

21 Oct 1746 Capt. Jörgen Mörch's sea-pass from Copenhagen to St. Thomas

21 Oct 1746 Capt. Diderich Boyesen's sea-pass from Copenhagen to St. Thomas

2 Dec 1746 Directors recommend highest court over Severin Steenlosius who murdered Michael Lund on St. Thomas

15 Dec 1746 Directors thoughts on trade improvements in West Indies and Africa

16 Dec 1746 Capt. Albert Jansen's sea pass to Madera, St. Thomas, & back to Copenhagen.

16 Dec 1746 Capt. Jacob Nicolai Holst's sea-pass to Guinea and St. Thomas

30 Dec 1746 Rudolph Burrenæus Frick's appointment as pastor for Lutherans on St. Thomas and St. John.

13 Jan 1747 Abraham Rosetta of St. Thomas asks that case on St. John dated 21 Oct 1743 be reconsidered. Case between him and Mathias Larsen Aalborg of St. John concerning Abraham Rosetto and Nicolaj Creutzfeldt, mortgaged Negro.

17 Mar 1747 Directors notice that trade on West Indies and Africa should cease

12 May 1747 Capt. Robert Pheiff's sea-pass to St. Thomas or St. Croix

12 May 1747 Andreas Thoersen's sea-pass to Guinea and St. Thomas

12 May 1747 Capt. Jacob Gude's sea-pass to Guinea and St. Thomas

18 Aug 1747 Directors concerning how the Moravian Brother's teachers on St. Thomas should handle the conversion of the pagans.

6 Oct 1747 Capt. Michel Jacobsen Rönne's sea-pass for ship de Trende Princesser from Altona to St. Thomas and back to Copenhagen

22 Sep 1747 Confirmation for West Indies and Guineas Company's Charter

22 Sep 1747 Confirmation for Directors 18 Jan 1740 document to mint money in the islands

22 Sep 1747 Ditto

22 Sep 1747 Confirmation of Directors 22 Apr 1746 document that Abraham Peet should make accounting of raw sugar and price, etc.

2 Feb 1748 Capt. Peder Krog Collin's sea-pass to Madera, St. Croix, and St. Thomas

2 Feb 1748 Capt. Henrich Corneliussen's sea-pass to Christiansborg in Guinea, St. Croix, and St. Thomas

26 Apr 1748 Johannes Ludovicus von Weyngaarde's appointment as Dutch pastor for the Reformed Congregation on St. Croix

14 Jun 1748 Christian Suhm's appointment as Vice-Commandant at the castle Christiansfort on St. Thomas and head of St. Thomas and St. John and surrounding islands in the West Indies

14 Jun 1748 Jens Hansen's appointment to be head on island of St. Croix

14 Jun 1748 Skipper Jörgen Morck's sea-pass to St. Croix

14 Jun 1748 Skipper Andreas Olsen Tofte's sea-pass to St. Thomas

14 Jun 1748 Skipper Robbert Pheiff's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

23 Aug 1748 Jochum Bocchenhoffer Klein's call to be pastor at Christiansborg in Guinea

13 Sep 1748 Skipper Michel Jacobsen Rönne's sea-pass to St. Thomas

13 Sep 1748 Skipper Abraham Jensen Sejeröe's sea-pass to Guinea, St. Thomas, or St. Guinea.

28 Mar 1749 Capt. Peder Krog Collin of Copenhagen's sea-pass for the ship Princesse Wilhelmina Caroline to Madera, St. Croix & St. Thomas, and back again

18 Jul 1749 Skipper Jens Rasmussen Knie's sea-pass for Princesse Sophia Magdalena from Copenhagen to Guinea and St. Thomas/St. Croix

18 Jul 1749 Skipper Hans Riemand Thorsen's sea-pass for ship Postillionen from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix

25 Jul 1749 Capt. Jörgen Mörch's sea-pass for ship Neptunus to St. Thomas and St. Croix

1 Aug 1749 Friderich Christian Moth of St. Thomas's request to be his own guardian as he has not reached his 25th year.

1 Aug 1749 Andreas Bierboe's call as pastor to Lutheran Congregation at St. Croix

12 Sep 1749 Capt. Christian Höye's sea-pass for Kong Friderich den Femte from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix

26 Sep 1749 Capt. Jens Hansen's sea-pass for ship Jagersborg to Guinea, St. Croix or St. Thomas

3 Oct 1749 Capt. Robbert Pheiff's sea-pass for ship Printz Christian from Copenhagen to St. Croix or St. Thomas and back again

28 Nov 1749 Andreas Olsen Tofte's sea-pass for ship Christiansted from Copenhagen to Madera, St. Thomas, and back again

28 Nov 1749 Capt. Jörgen Mortensen Grönberg's sea-pass for ship Vesuvius to St. Thomas & St. Croix and back again.

12 Dec 1749 Hans Aireboe's call as pastor for Lutheran congregation at St. Thomas and St. John

26 Dec 1749 John Latham's call as pastor for the English protestant church on St. Croix

26 Dec 1749 Capt. Nicolaj Hoyer's sea-pass for Princesse Wilhelmine Caroline from Copenhagen to Corck, Ireland, to St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

16 Jan 1750 Gerhard Moll of St. Thomas, although not 25 years old, petition to be own guardian.

6 Mar 1750 Jacob van Calverlagen's call as pastor for Reformed church on St. John

10 Apr 1750 Capt. Michael Jacobsen Rönne's sea-pass for ship De Trende Princesser from Copenhagen to St. Thomas

29 May 1750 Major Magnus Christopher Lützau's appointment as governor or head of Christiansborg in Guinea

26 Jun 1750 Capt. Peter Krog Collin's sea-pass for Sorgenfrey from Copenhagen to Guinea to St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

2 Oct 1750 Capt. Robbert Pheiff's sea-pass on Printz Christian from Copenhagen to St. Croix or St. Thomas and back again

2 Oct 1750 Capt. Christian Hoyer's sea-pass for Friderich den Femte from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again

2 Oct 1750 Capt. Johan Friderich Knudsen's sesa-pass on ship Christian Friderich from Copenhagen to St. Thomas and back again

2 Oct 1750 Capt. Ole Reinholt's sea-pass for ship Crone Printzens Önske from Copenhagen to Guinea, to St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

30 Oct 1750 Directors that Peder Mortensen Jæger who ?rulletskiuls a slave is judged for 3 years in prison labor, and to serve the company in the colonies as a soldier for his life-time.

8 May 1751 Söfren Thorbull's call as parish pastor for Lutheran Church on St. Croix

2 Jul 1751 Capt. Nicolai Höyer's sea-pass for ship Wilhelmina Carolina to Guinea, St. Thomas or St. Croix

2 Jul 1751 Capt. Jan Hanssen's sea-pass for ship Mercurius to Guinea and other places in the West Indies

6 Aug 1751 Sören Aagaard Paludan's call as Lutheran Pastor on St. Croix

6 Aug 1751 William Farrington and Bettia Howel, widow of Benjamin Cors, of St. Croix desire to enter marriage together and are considered to be 2nd or third cousins, but not closer.

27 Aug 1751 Capt. Hans Riemand Thoersen's sea-pass for ship St. Croix to St. Thomas or St. Croix

24 Sep 1751 Capt. Jörgen Mörch's sea-pass for ship Vesuvius from Copenhagen to Corck, Ireland, then to St. Thomas and St. Croix and back again.

1 Oct 1751 Skipper Andreas Ofsen Tofte's sea-pass for the ship Princesse Sophia Magdealenafrom Copenhagen to St. Croix or St. Thomas and to Guinea

1 Oct 1751 Skipper Jörgen Mortensen Grønberg's sea-pass for ship De tree Princesser from Copenhagen to St. Thomas and back again.

10 Mar 1752 Capt. Robbert Pheiff, sea-pass for the ship Printz Christian to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again

10 Mar 1752 Skipper Lars Madsen's sea-pass for the ship Eenigheden to St. Croix or St. Thomas and back again.

14 Apr 1752 Capt. Christian Höyer's sea-pass for the ship Kong Friderich den Femte from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again

12 May 1752 Joseph Robinson's will (wife Marie Heyliger), St. Croix, 4 May 1750

21 Jul 1752 Capt. Jens Rasmusen Knie's sea-pass for ship Jægersborg from Copenhagen to Guinea, St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again

6 Oct 1752 Capt. Niels Kiep's sea-pass for the ship Fridericus Qvintus from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again.

6 Oct 1752 Capt. Ole Erichsen's sea-pass for the ship Patientia from Copenhagen to Guinea, St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again.

13 Oct 1752 Peder Clausen's appointment as head on the island of St. Croix

20 Oct 1752 Capt. Hans Riemand Thoersen's sea-pass for the ship St. Croix from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again.

20 Oct 1752 Capt. Cornelius Diderichsen's sea-pass for the ship de Riffrouw Paulina from Copenhagen to Madera, St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

20 Oct 1752 Capt. Jörgen Mortensen Grönberg's sea-pass for ship De Tre Princesser from Copenhagen to St. Thomas and back again

20 Oct 1752 Capt. Jörgen Mørch's sea-pass for ship Vesuvius from Copenhagen to Cork, Ireland, then St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

20 Oct 1752 Johannes Wernerus Knevels' call as Dutch pastor of the Reformed Church on St. John

16 Mar 1753 Skipper Lars Madsen's sea-pass for ship Eenigheden from Copenhagen to St. Croix or St. Thomas and back again.

13 Apr 1753 Capt. Christian Høyer's sea-pass for the ship Kong Friderich den 5te to St. Thomas

13 Apr 1753 Capt. Kettel Lorents' sea-pass for ship Die Kleine Lüoia Sophia to St. Thomas and St. Croix

8 Jun 1753 Arp Lytkenskop's call as pastor at the Castel Christiansborg in Guinea

29 Jun 1753 Johannes Arnoldus Montanacq's call as Dutch pastor of Reformed Church on St. Thomas.

3 Aug 1753 Hans Wilhelm Steenberg's call as pastor for Lutheran Church on St. Croix

10 Aug 1753 Capt. Ole Reinholt's sea-pass for the ship Crön Printz Christian from Copenhagen to Guinea, St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

5 Oct 1753 Capt. Cornelius Dirk's sea-pass on de Suffrouv Paulina from Copenhagen to St. Thomas and St. Croix

9 Nov 1753 Capt. Johan Friderich Knudsen's sea-pass on ship Cron Princens Ønske from Copenhagen to Guinea, St. Thomas or St. Croix, and back again

14 Dec 1753 Capt. Nicolai Høyer's sea-pass for ship St. Croix from Copenhagen to St. Thomas or St. Croix and back again.

21 Dec 1753 James Aschton's call as pastor for the English Presbyterian Church on St. Croix

22 Mar 1754 Capt. Henrich Schierning's sea-pass to St. Thomas or St. Croix

29 Mar 1754 Capt. Christian Höyer's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

29 Mar 1754 Capt. Ole Nielsen's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

29 Mar 1754 Capt. Kettel Lorentzen's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

29 Mar 1754 Capt. Jörgen Mörch's sea-pass to St. Thomas and St. Croix

29 Mar 1754 Samuel Baar's call as Lutheran pastor on St. Thomas and St. John

29 Mar 1754 Jacobus Bickes' call as pastor for Dutch Reformed Church on St. Croix

5 Jul 1754 Request for an evaluation in the case between Arve Pedersen and wife and Moses Gomboudz of St. Thomas

5 Jul 1754 Arve Pedersen's request for a judgement

19 Jul 1754 James French's will, St. Croix 8 Jul 1853

30 Aug 1754 Laurens Bodkin of St. Croix with Thomas Stivens of St. Christopher, taking up case decided in St. Croix 2 Aug 1752

20 Sep 1754 Nicolai Tvite of Monsterat to move to St. Croix. Granted that the Catholic Church be allowed religious freedom and to build churches on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John

27 Sep 1754 Directors that 2 cases be expedited: Arve Pedersen and Moses Gamboudtz, and Arve Pedersen and Johannes de Nulli.

15 Nov 1754 Sören Bagge's appointment as procurator for the West Indies Islands

31 Mar 1755 Peder Sommer's appointment as land-judge at St. Croix

31 Mar 1755 Friderich Ursin's appointment as Town-bailiff on St. Croix

31 Mar 1755 Engelbrecht Hesselberg's appointment as town-scribe on St. Croix

31 Mar 1755 Ordinance concerning justice and political administration on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John

21 Apr 1755 Jaen Bötzon's call as Chaplain or assistant on St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John

29 Aug 1755 Peder Gutfeld's call as Chaplain or assistant on St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John

31 Oct 1755 Sigvard Brodersen appointed as land-judge on St. Croix (resolution 21 Jan 1788 canceled)

30 Jan 1756 Christian Lebrecht, Baron von Pröck, refers the case between Jens Pieter Hemmer and Arve Pedersen to the highest court.

12 Mar 1756 Hans Wilhelm Steenberg's (Lutheran pastor on St. Croix, wife Maria Steenberg) will 12 Dec 1751

26 Mar 1756 Christian Lebrecht decrees a prayer day for thanks for being free of natural catastrophes to praise God. To be held in other parts of Denmark May 14th, but as that day does not work for the islands, they are to pick a Friday when all three islands can celebrate a prayer day of thanks.

9 Jul 1756 Peter Höwenbeck Laurberg, Copyist for the Danish Chancery, to be appointed lands-judge on St. Croix

10 Sep 1756 Gothard Fuursmann, Advocate for St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John, to be appointed to the Chancery Council (repealed 21 Jun 1788)

6 Aug 1756 Jens Nielssen Kragh, former Councilor, pack-house administrator, and accountant on St. Thomas appointed to hereafter be Chancery-Councilor

20 Aug 1756 Peder Gutfeld, formerly chaplain on St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John, call to now be Co-pastor of Lutheran Church on St. Croix

22 Oct 1756 Clarification on how requests from inhabitants on the American Islands should be handled such as grant to remain in unprobated estate, marriage grants, and other requests which do not conflict with the ordinance of 20 Feb 1717.

26 Nov 1756 Johannes Dahl's call as pastor at Castle Christiansborg in Guinea

24 Dec 1756 Jørgen Jensen Berg's appointment as lower-Catechet or schoolteacher on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John

24 Dec 1756 Iver Steen appointed to be Catechet on islands of St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John. Other appointments the same day were expedited for: Hans Olivarius Mossler, Claus Möller, Jörgen Borck, Thue Ole Ravn, and Johan Christopher Kingo.

24 Dec 1756 Bishop Ludvig Harboe's directions as to how pastors on St. Croix should handle themselves to be obeyed.

24 Dec 1756 Bishop Ludvig Harboe's instructions to pastors on St. Croix as to how they should hold themselves.

18 Feb 1757 Hans Jentoft Leth's appointment as town bailiff and scribe on St. Thomas [Canceled]

25 Mar 1757 Divorce settlement between Adrian von Beverhaudt and wife Anna Elisabeth von Beverhaudt [children from both of his marriages mentioned]

25 Mar 1757 Elisabeth Runnels' [widow of Adrian Runnels] will, St. Thomas 2 Aug 1756

13 May 1757 When in time of war when pirates or privateers bring in their prices or vessels to His Majesty's islands to trade, then they should be held as in such cases as for Norway are arranged.

20 May 1757 Johannes Lambertus Urbanus Barcel Hofmann's call as Pastor for the Dutch Reformed Church on St. Croix

8 Jul 1757 William Ryan's [wife Maria] will; Monserat [St. Croix] 3 Mar 1753

23 Sep 1757 Procurator Just Salholt in behalf of widow Maria Wessup of St. Thomas take up a court judgement 24 May 1756 (canceled)

23 Sep 1757 ditto of 4 Oct 1756 (canceled)

14 Oct 1757 Requests to the highest court to submit all documents and request here so it can be evaluated if it should recommend it to the higher court

14 Oct 1757 To have 2 lower-courts, one at Christianstad and one at Friderichstad with each their district and jurisdiction and have each a town-bailiff who will also be town scribe for probates and settlement and debts commissions

14 Oct 1757 Carl Friderich Weyle, former land-bailiff on St. John, appointed as town-bailiff and town scribe in the town Friderichstad, Westend Quarter, Printzen's Quarter, and Northside Quarter, St. Croix (canceled)

14 Oct 1757 Engelbrecht Hesselberg, town scribe for St. Croix appointed to be town bailiff and town scribe in the town Christianstad, both Eastend Quarters, and King's quarter, Queens Quarter, The company's quarter, and Northside Quarter on St. Croix

18 Nov 1757 Concerning case for the highest court against delinquent William Surcel (14 May 1753 for Jew Mathias Israel's murder..)

18 Nov 1757 Christian Just (accountant on St. Croix) and wife Kirstine Poulsen, 2 Nov 1751

6 Jan 1758 Lucas de Wind, merchant and citizen on St. Croix, (wife Margaretha Lindsay), will 24 May 1757

13 Jan 1758 Jörgen Borch's call as pastor for the Evanglical Church on St. Thomas and St. John

20 Jan 1758 Arve Pedersen of St. Thomas taking up the 5 Sep 1753 judgement on St. Croix

19 May 1758 How prisoners and debtors on the islands in America should be handled

4b. 19 May 1758 Johan Adolph Gravenhorst of St. Thomas takes up judgement of 8 Aug 1757 between him and Slert Bastian

21 Jul 1758 Regiment Quartermaster Ewald Henrich Ewald and town bailiff Engelbreth Hesselberg's confirmation concerning their contract for plantation No. 24 in Printzens Quarter on St. Croix

Sep 1758 Ship articles for those going to Guinea, Mediterranean, and all other long distance travel

22 Sep 1758 Land court on St. Croix to be considered complete whether served of a land-judge and one or two Assessors or a land judge alone, etc.

29 Sep 1758 Peter Klogh and wife Anna Stalley's will, St. Thomas 17 Sep 1757 (canceled)

29 Sep 1758 Jochum Melchior Magens & wife Maria Moone of St. John will 27 Jan 1758

29 Sep 1758 Arve Pedersen & wife Aithonia Rambeck of St. Thomas will 25 Mar 1758

29 Sep 1758 Anna Bhaudewhyn (Lambrecht De Koonig's plantation, wife) & Lieutenant Johan Georg Schrödter of St. John, both deceased, their heirs document 1 Jul 1757 (canceled)

29 Sep 1758 Daniel Janssen & Maria Janssen will, St. Thomas 25 Jan 1757

6 Oct 1758 Banni Abraham of St. Thomas against town bailiff Hans Jensen Leth

13 Oct 1758 how the highest court is to be addressed concerning other requests

20 Oct 1758 Advocate Lars Wiel's appointment as procurator on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John.

10 Nov 1758 Banni Abraham, citizen and free-Negro on St. Thomas takes up case concerning interlocutor of 30 Aug 1756

8 Dec 1758 Notice to Danish Church on St. Croix that they are to be supplied with a pastor and instead of preaching on Friday, Catechism should be held.

22 Dec 1758 A new church from Piccardie in France, namely de Recourt de grand pré, will reside on St. Croix

Feb 1759 To sell Castenschiold Plantation in West Indies for 70000 Rdr.

30 Mar 1759 Susanne de Toy, widow of Salomon Zeeger, will, St. Thomas 9 Sep 1749

Apr 1759 The small sum saved by the missionary's yearly wage to be divided among the other missionaries proportionate to their wages

6 Apr 1759 Jörgen Jensen Berg, formerly lower-Catechet, to return to West Indies as a missionary

6 Apr 1759 Capt. Diderich Bagge's sea-pass for ship Copenhagen from Copenhagen to St. Croix and back again

6 Apr 1759 Frands Sörensen's appointment as Catechet on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John

6 Apr 1759 Johannes Laurentii Schow's appointment as 2nd-Catechet or school-teacher on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John.

4 May 1759 Proclamation to creditors concerning deceased Regiment-Quartermaster Ewald Henrich Ewald

15 Jun 1759 William Pursel to be pardoned from death sentence for murder of Jew named Mathias Israel.

15 Jun 1759 Land-court on St. Croix to be considered complete when Assessor Moth is present.

15 Jun 1759 Ewald Henrich Ewald's will, St. Croix, 20 Jan 1759

15 Jun 1759 Johan Nerket & wife Johanna Wood will, St. John 25 May 1758

15 Jun 1759 Cornelius Duurloo & wife Geurtruy Runnels will, St. John 27 Jun 1757

22 Jun 1759 Johannes Söbötker & wife Else Nielsen will, St. Croix 30 Jan 1759

22 Jun 1759 James des Vories, call as pastor for English Church on St. Croix

3 Aug 1759 Jan de Man asks to not have any possitions

3 Aug 1759 Jan de Man's free from civil duties to pay 200 Rdr for privilege

3 Aug 1759 Jacob Wood's will, St. John, 10 May 1757

24 Aug 1759 Jacob Bouryn, free Negro on St.Thomas, confirmation for his citizenship letter

7 Sep 1759 Hyltoft's call as pastor at the Castle Christiansborg in Guinea

14 Sep 1759 Cornelius Kortright of St. Croix, take up again town-court's judgement

28 Sep 1759 Bertram Samuel Schuster's dispute with Peder Clausen and Lorentz Bodken, St. Croix

5 Oct 1759 Johan Hartman's will, St. Croix 17 Sep 1758

5 Oct 1759 Daniel Coll & wife Dorothea Coll will, St. Croix 3 Jun 1754 (canceled)

5 Oct 1759 Johan Friderich Löske's will, St. Croix 24 Nov 1758

12 Oct 1759 Royal permission to establish a hospital on St. Croix, funds from court cases to be used: 1/3 for the hospital, 1/3 for the Evangelical Church, and 1/3 for the poor there.

19 Oct 1759 Desire that cases be handled before a commission so that requests to the Chancery go through the governor or his commission

19 Oct 1759 Request that a yearly record be made of the civil servants and their relationship with their office

19 Oct 1759 To decide the dispute between Reimert Haagensen (his wife Anne Marie Lerche) and Adrian von Beverhout

19 Oct 1759 ditto

19 Oct 1759 Tod decide the dispute between Reimert Haagensen and Sören Bang

19 Oct 1759 John Cooper's appointment as bailiff and town scribe in the town Friderichstad, Westend Quarter, Printzen's quarter, and North Side Quarter on St. Croix

19 Oct 1759 Carl Friderich Weile to be released as bailiff in Friderichstad to which Johan Cooper is appointed, and that probates should be handled the same on St. Croix as they are handled in Denmark

23 Nov 1759 Samuel Baar (former Evangelical Pastor on St. Thomas) & wife Maren (Trane) Baar will, St. Thomas 19 Feb 1759

21 Dec 1759 Poul Pauli, pack-house administrator on St. Thomas and St. John, to also be appointed procurator for all the courts in the American Islands.

15 Feb 1760 Delinquent Georg Friderich's judgement for murder stands, he is to loose his head and have it put on a pole, etc.

22 Mar 1760 Thomas Kinslow's will, St. Croix 16 Oct 1758 (canceled)

16 May 1760 Peter Hovenbech Laurberg's request to be dismissed from his land-judge office on St. Croix

16 May 1760 Secretary Jacob Klingberg's appointment to be land-judge on St. Croix

16 May 1760 To constitute a convenient person to act as town bailiff and scribe office on St. Croix until another is appointed for Engelbrecht Hesselberg, and likewise a land-judge for Peter Hovenbech Laurberg who will be dismissed to other employ.

30 May 1760 County official Ernst Wilhelm von Eisenberg appointed as Privy Councilor (canceled)

7 Jun 1760 Catharina Meyer, widow of Jan Jansen deWindt, will, St. Thomas 3 Dec 1759

25 Jul 1760 Christian Juul's appointment as town-bailiff in Christianstad and its districts

25 Jul 1760 Concerning town-bailiff's service at Christianstad on St. Croix

25 Jul 1760 Henning Lindberg, former County official on the American Islands, appointed to be actual Justice Councilor

1 Aug 1760 Severin Seeberg's will, St. Croix 18 Jul 1759

1 Aug 1760 Anna Seeberg's inheritance contract and agreement (12 Nov 1759)

1 Aug 1760 Alexander Cooper & wife Francis Cooper's will, St. Croix 31 Mar 1759 (canceled)

15 Aug 1760 Pieter Lytton and wife Elisabeth Lytton's agreement that whoever lives longest should remain in unprobated estate, St. Croix

22 Aug 1760 Christian Sort (high company's Master-Negro) and wife Christiana Sort (free-Negro)'s will, St. John 4 Apr 1754

12 Sep 1760 Joseph Robbinson's will, St. Croix 18 Jun 1760

19 Sep 1760 Elisabeth Hobbye should be divorced from her husband John Hobbye because of his non-Christian conduct toward her until the witnesses and other documents can be obtained.

3 Oct 1760 To hold Engelbrecht Hesselberg, former town-bailiff on St. Croix to have paid too much to a French Captain Biquant, unjustly judged and paid costs for 27 cases, etc.

31 Oct 1760 Jacob Boffron & wife Elisabeth (Cooper) Boffron's will, St. Croix 30 Jul 1760

31 Oct 1760 Claus Thomvort's will, St. Croix 28 Jul 1760

22 Dec 1760 Confirmation for 2 accounts on St. Croix between deceased Governor Johannes Heyliger Pietersen and Pieter Heyliger Sr., concerning participation in 15 ½ plantation.

[NOTE: After 1760, only extracted listing for wills, probates, marriage contracts, divorces, and self-guardianships for underage heirs]

10 Apr 1761 Johannes & Else Söbötker, Copenhagen 11 Mar 1761

18 Apr 1761 Lucas Uytendael & wife Margaretha (Moth) Uytendal, St. Croix 4 Oct 1760

8 May 1761 Johan Adolph Gravenhorst & wife Janette Gravenhorst, St. Thomas 17 Sep 1760

22 May 1761 Daniel & Jane Aspinel, St. Croix 23 Feb 1759

4 Sep 1761 Martin & Elisabeth Mejer, St. Croix, 24 Oct 1759

4 Dec 1761 Hans Christopher Cretz & wife Maria Crawal, St. Croix 13 Oct 1760

18 Dec 1761 Jores Jeems & wife Geurtruy van Beverhaudt, St. John 21 Jan 1750

26 Dec 1761 Clasje Bertram's will, St. John 30 Oct 1760

19 Mar 1762 Johannes Arnoldus Montinacq (Dutch Reformed Pastor) & wife Elisabeth (Barner) Martinacq, St. Thomas 8 Mar 1759

16 Apr 1762 John & Elisabeth Delaney, St. Croix 16 May 1761

28 May 1762 Geurt Sprövert deWindt (wife Elisabeth Robinson), St. Thomas 25 Dec 1760

28 May 1762 Johannes Thoma, St. Thomas 30 May 1761

12 Jun 1762 Povel Krese [Kreistz, Creisz] & wife Anna Maria Malm, St. Croix 26 Oct 1760

12 Jun 1762 Paul Kellenkelly, St. Croix 19 Jan 1762 (canceled)

17 Jun 1762 Rasmus Jörgensen Krabbe & wife Johanne Marie, St. Croix Oct 1760

17 Jun 1762 Widow Barbara Halman (her representative Jochum Melchior Magens), St. John 13 Oct 1756

17 Jun 1762 Walter Gouvers, St. Croix 12 Feb 1760

17 Jun 1762 Andreas Pind & wife Anna Margaretha, St. Thomas 28 Mar 1757

30 Jul 1762 Peter Hovenbech Laurberg & brother Christian Friderich Laurberg, St. Croix 29 Apr 1762

6 Aug 1762 Edmund M. Donnough & wife Cecilia M. Donough, St. Croix 20 Dec 1761 (canceled)

6 Aug 1762 Hyacinth Kennedy, St. Croix 21 Nov 1761 (canceled)

6 Aug 1762 Pietter Heiliger & wife Mary Aletta Heyliger, St. Croix 19 Apr 1762

6 Aug 1762 Lucas von Beverhoudt & wife Anna Uytendahl, St. Croix 11 Mar 1762

6 Aug 1762 Robbert Pouncefood, St. Croix (canceled)

6 Aug 1762 Susanna Constantina, widow of Johan Mathew Constantine, St. Croix 5 Feb 1761

27 Aug 1762 Friderich Christian Moth & wife Giertrud (von Beverhoudt) Moth, St. Croix 30 Apr 1762

17 Sep 1762 Peter & Elisabeth Lytton, St. Croix 7 Apr 1761

17 Sep 1762 Charles Hall & Elisabeth, St. Croix 2 Jul 1759

8 Oct 1762 William Howel Sr., St. Croix1 Jul 1755

8 Oct 1762 Alexander Mois & wife Ruth Downing, St. Croix 7 May 1762

29 Oct 1762 Casper Friderich Hindenburg (wife Maria Rebeca (Marche) Hindenburg), St. John 2 Jul 1761

3 Dec 1762 John Hospond & wife Russel Stapletone, St. Croix 6 Jul 1754

1a. 15 Apr 1763 Poul Adolph Echerman, Fredensborg

1b. 22 Apr 1763 William Reid (wife Catharina deceased), St. Croix 21 Oct 1762

20 May 1763 Johann Gotfried Satler, St. Thomas 26 Dec 1762

20 May 1763 Jan de Man & wife Maria Eras, St. Thomas 26 Jan 1763

29 Jul 1763 William Aridiron (wife Catharina), St. Croix 2 Nov 1757

29 Jul 1763 Warnerius Abrahamsen Rogiers & wife Magdalena Ythendahl, St. Croix 8 Jan 1760

29 Jul 1763 Peter Hendrichsen, St. Croix 23 Apr 1763

6 Aug 1763 Dorcas Downing, wife of Thomas Lillies, St. Croix 18 Mar 1761

19 Aug 1763 Niels Jensen, St. Croix 26 Apr 1763

9 Sep 1763 Inger Christine, widow of Frieborg, St. Croix 14 May 1763 (canceled)

7 Oct 1763 Leonardt van Kleck & wife Maria Magdalene Magens, St. Thomas 23 Aug 1762

7 Oct 1763 Johannes Wernerius Knevels (Pastor of Reformed Church on St. Croix, wife Maria Susanna Borm, residing on Susanna Runnes' Plantation), 25 Mar 1763

6 Jan 1764 Confirmation for appraisal and renting contract (Ralph Payne for 15 years) for deceased Alexander Cooper's plantation on St. Croix

17 Feb 1764 William Gibber Sr. & wife Elisabeth Neuton, St. Croix 31 Mar 1763

17 Feb 1764 Susanna de Toy, widow of Salomon Zeeger, St. Thomas 17 Aug 1763

17 Feb 1764 Henning Lindberg & wife Birgitta (Svain) Lindberg, St. Croix 8 Oct 1760

30 Mar 1764 Andreas Tornborg, St. Croix 7 Aug 1763 (canceled)

21 Apr 1764 Lea Williams, St. Croix 19 Oct 1763

27 Apr 1764 Johannes Krag, St. Croix, son of Jens Krag, requests permission to be his own guardian although not 25 years old yet.

27 Apr 1764 Peter Tongerlo (free Negro) & wife Catharina Tongerlo, St. Croix 13 Oct 1759

27 Apr 1764 Emanuel Aboab, St. Croix 7 Nov 1763

4 May 1764 Robert Colhoun, St. Croix 10 Jun 1763

11 May 1764 Hendrich Mariager, St. Croix 26 Dec 1761

3 Sep 1764 William & Mary Watkins, St. Croix 23 Sep 1761 (canceled)

28 Sep 1764 Phineas & Mary Pinkerman, St. Croix 11 Nov 1762

19 Oct 1764 William & Elisabeth (Ryan) Manning, St. Croix 2 Apr 1763

9 Nov 1764 Johan Georg von John, St. Thomas 22 Sep 1757

30 Nov 1764 Salomon Zeegers Jansoon (wife Anna Devint), St. Thomas 8 Mar 1764

30 Nov 1764 Elisabeth Duurloe, widow of William Woods, St. Thomas 27 Mar 1764

21 Dec 1764 According to Cornelius Duurloe's will, brother Pieter Duurloe appointed guardian, which he cannot be so he appoints land bailiff Carl Friderich Weyle in his place as guardian.

11 Jan 1765 Peter Markoe, Spanishtown 14 Apr 1754

11 Jan 1765 Salomon & Susanna Cary, St. Croix 10 Oct 1763

25 Jan 1765 Nicolaj Dunbavin, St. Croix 24 Mar 1763 (canceled)

26 Apr 1765 Probate administrators to send in an account of the current probates and who the probates will hereafter be handled.

4 May 1765 Laurence & Mary Bodkin, St. Croix 22 Aug 1763

4 May 1765 Manning Rogers, St. Croix 1 Aug 1756

24 May 1765 William Barrett, St. Croix 14 Sep 1764

31 May 1765 Charles Actkins & wife Penelope, St. Croix 21 Sep 1764

28 Jun 1765 Jacob Lindberg, St. Croix, permission to be his own guardian , although not 25 years old yet.

28 Jun 1765 Peter Stier, St. Thomas 16 Nov 1764

5 Jul 1765 Nicolas Tuite of London's request to make a will

5 Jul 1765 John Smith (wife Martha on Barbados), St. Croix 20 Dec 1763 (canceled)

5 Jul 1765 David Irvin, St. Croix 27 Oct 1764

12 Jul 1765 Johannes Bingel (born at Eisfeld, Principality of Maintz), St. Croix 17 Jul 1764 (canceled)

12 Jul 1765 Andrew Lynch, St. Croix 4 Mar 1764 (canceled)

2 Aug 1765 Johannes Friederich & wife Sarah v. Steel, St. Thomas 24 Dec 1764

23 Aug 1765 Lucas Uytendal Baron von Bretton, St.Croix request to write a will

5 Sep 1765 That the probate of Councilman Haagen on St. Thomas be brought to an end as soon as possible.

13 Sep 1765 Jonathan & Hester Evant , St. Croix 2 Jul 1761

15 Nov 1765 Plantations owners are to make wills as to what should happen to their estates whether they have living heirs or not.

15 Nov 1765 To bring to an end probate of Hans Sörensen and be overseen by Copenhagen probate court.

20 Dec 1765 Gottfried & Anna Krause, St. Croix 30 Jan 1765

27 Dec 1765 Svend Nielsen Kaas & wife Boele Sophia Kaas, St. Croix 21 May 1765

30 May 1766 Bendt Sodeness, Copenhagen (St. Croix) 15 Mar 1765

3 Oct 1766 Geurtruy van Beverhoudt, widow of Joris Jeems, St. John 27 Jun 1765

12 Dec 1766 James Hansen Jr. to be his own guardian although not 25 years old, St. Croix

12 Dec 1766 Alexander Mois & wife Ruth Downing, St. Croix 7 May 1762

19 Dec 1766 Bertel Sondager, St. Croix 20 Nov 1765

19 Dec 1766 Hugh O'Donnell, St. Croix 26 Nov 1765

19 Dec 1766 James Hansen Jr. & wife Antonetta, St. Croix 30 Jul 1766

13 Mar 1767 John Willet (wife Frances), New York (St. Croix) 17 Feb 1767

11 Apr 1767 Lars Dalhoff, St. Thomas 8 Nov 1764

5 Jun 1767 Poul Hendrich Grönbeck & wife Antonia Petersen, St. Thomas, request permission to make a will

5 Jun 1767 Thomas Armstrong (wife Eleanor), St. Croix 7 Nov 1766

17 Jul 1767 Nicolai Andreas Wilken, St. Croix 16 Mar 1767

7 Aug 1767 William Beatty [planter], St. Croix 7 Jan 1767

28 Aug 1767 Johannes Michael Bruner (Bryner) (born in Thorn in Polish Prussia, mason), St. Croix 17 Nov 1766

28 Aug 1767 Jens Peter Hemmer (planter), St. Croix 25 May 1767

23 Oct 1767 John Mandeville [German], St. Croix 17 Jun 1767

20 Nov 1767 William Aysterman, St. Croix 6 Dec 1766

27 Nov 1767 Probate administrators on the Danish-American islands must make known cases to probate debtors.

27 Nov 1767 Johannes Söbötaer and Gregorius Högh Nissen, commissioners for the probate and division of deserted merchant Nicolaus Battier on St. Croix

27 Nov 1767 Johannes Beverhoudt Janzoon & wife Diena Marchee, St. John 9 Apr 1749

27 Nov 1767 Dina Marcheé, widow of Johannes van Beverhoudt Jannizoon, St. Thomas 18 Aug 1767

4 Mar 1768 Mathias Lohman & Rebecca Catharina neé Wessel [Carolina Plantation], St. John 9 Jul 1767

29 Apr 1768 Thomas Wheeler, St. Croix 13 Mar 1759

20 May 1768 John Markoe Smith, St. Croix, request to be his own guardian although not 25 years old yet.

22 Jul 1768 Christen Just & wife Anna Maria Timmermand, St. Croix 10 Dec 1765

22 Jul 1768 Andreas von Benner & wife Catarine Benner, St. Croix (Copenhagen) 10 Nov 1755

9 Sep 1768 Anthony Boudewhyn & wife Anna Elisabeth, St. Croix 25 Jul 1767

16 Sep 1768 Jacob Boffron & wife Elisabeth Cooper, St. Croix 26 Mar 1768

30 Sep 1768 Johannes Balthazar Uytendaele Baron af Bretton, St. Thomas, request to make a will

20 Oct 1768 James Towers appointed to be probate administrator in Christianstad and its quarters on St. Croix

18 Nov 1768 Johan Wilhelm Schopen, St. Croix 26 Feb 1768

2 Dec 1768 Friderich Ehler Schiernbech, St. Thomas 21 Oct 1765

2 Dec 1768 Elisabeth Hovel, widow of James Tiels, St. Croix 11 May 1768

16 Dec 1768 Susanna Page, wife of Tycho Christian Grutsmand, St. Croix 20 Feb 1768

7 Apr 1769 Philip Frederich Hensler & wife Adriana Duurloe Hensler, St. Thomas 2 Apr 1768

7 Apr 1769 Andreas Knudsen Schmidt & wife Anna Maria, St. Thomas 7 Sep 1768

14 Apr 1769 Johannes Wood, St. Thomas, permission to write a will

30 Jun 1769 Henry Boulton (wife Sarah, last from London), Antigua (St. Croix) 3 Sep 1767

18 Aug 1769 Mrs. Margrethe Schuster's request to live separate from her husband Bertram Samuel Schuster (originally from Heiligenhaven in Holstein), St. Croix. He was quite wealthy but on returning to Copenhagen in 1758 lived irresponsibly and soon mortgaged their plantation. Now she will give everything she has to the creditors and asks to be divorced from him.

18 Aug 1769 Jacob Hagen, St. Thomas 1 Feb 1769

25 Aug 1769 Gerret Hikson, St. Croix 9 Aug 1760

25 Aug 1769 Herman Helm & wife Rebecca Broun, St. Croix 11 Dec 1766

22 Sep 1769 Eleanor (O'Donnell) Bourke, St.Croix 18 Nov 1767

29 Sep 1769 Lucas von Beverhoudt, St. Croix, permission to write a will

6 Oct 1769 Mannon & Rebecca Rogers, St. Croix16 Dec 1767

6 Oct 1769 Robert Stewardt, St. Eustatius (St. Croix) 1 Mar 1766

6 Oct 1769 Landjudge Georg Kiærulf, Ship foreman James Towers, and bailiff Ivar Hofman Sevel as commissioners to take care of probates that date back to 1766 that have not been ended.

13 Oct 1769 Thomas Smith [planter] & wife Bathia Smith, St. Croix 15 May 1763

10 Nov 1769 John & Joanna Neall, St. Croix (date not listed)

10 Nov 1769 James & Mary Booth, St. Croix 30 Oct 1764

1 Dec 1769 Daniel Overton [merchant in London], St. Eustatius 19 Feb 1769 (property at Rief Bay, St. Thomas)

5 Jan 1770 John Dillon, St. Croix 11 Sep 1768

5 Jan 1770 Divorce: Hans Jentoft Leth & wife Sara van Steel (separated since 1764)

26 Jan 1770 Dirck van Stell Jacobzoon, St. Thomas 13 Apr 1767

27 Apr 1770 Christian & Christiana Rebhun, St. Thomas 3 Nov 1752?

1 Jun 1770 Doctor Heeslein, St. Thomas 14 Nov 1769

15 Jun 1770 James Lytton, St. Croix 7 Aug 1769

20 Jun 1770 Johan Conrad Körneck, St. Croix 21 Sep 1769

22 Jun 1770 Jacob Boffron & wife Elisabeth Cooper, St. Croix 22 Feb 1770

29 Jun 1770 Jacob Gueyles & wife Anna Dorothea Bodger, St. Thomas 26 Jun 1769

29 Jun 1770 Cornelius D. Bödger, St. Thomas 7 Nov 1769

29 Jun 1770 Martin Meyer Heyliger & wife Jane, St. Croix 10 Jan 1770

6 Jul 1770 John Meyer & wife Margaretha, St. Croix 24 Apr 1770

20 Jul 1770 Isaach Hartmand, St. Croix 9 Nov 1769

27 Jul 1770 Alexander Andersen, St. Croix 23 Aug 1769

27 Jul 1770 George Beale, St. Croix 14 Nov 1769

7 Sep 1770 Theobald Bourke, St. Croix, permission to write a will

14 Sep 1770 John Campbell, Greenoch (St. Croix) 6 Mar 1769

21 Sep 1770 James Hansen Sr. & wife Elisabeth, St. Croix 26 Nov 1767

2 Nov 1770 Edmond Kelly, St. Croix 17 May 1770 (canceled)

9 Nov 1770 Permission to marry: Paulus Monlein Uytendahl Baron de Bretton and Miss Elisabeth Uytendahl, Baroness de Bretton of St. Croix, although cousins.

30 Nov 1770 George Harris, St. Croix 27 Jun 1769

7 Dec 1770 George Gosling, St. Croix 15 Aug 1770

7 Dec 1770 John & Mary Hendrichson, St. Croix 12 Feb 1770

20 Dec 1770 Georg Kierulf, James Tower, and Iver Hofman Sevel about how they should proceed with probates from 1766.

25 Jan 1771 Harry & Marry Gandy, St. Croix 13 Oct 1770

8 Feb 1771 Christopher Ernst Schlytter & Friderich Gustav Schlytter (brothers), St. Croix 1 Feb 1766

27 Apr 1771 Who is authorized to conduct probates for deceased discharged officers

27 Apr 1771 Concerning probates in the West Indies







 

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