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Here is a key to explain those letter codes:One of over 300 drawings of landscapes and enslaved people in Jamaica by William Berryman, 1808-1815.Formed 1783 by John Pretor Pinney and James Tobin as Pinney &...Townhouse and mercantile premises, completed in 1790 at 7 Great George Street, Bristol and now the Georgian House Museum....'Racedown, house nearly 2¾ m. W.S.W.
John Pretor Pinney, born John Pretor, cousin and heir of John Frederick Pinney MP of Racedown (q.v. Relatively few documents are available for this phase, but 146 men, women and children were
Awarded compensation as both owner and mortgagee of a number of estates in Nevis, St Kitts and St Vincent.The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. He was in Nevis between 1764 and 1783, expanding his holdings of land and enslaved people, then returned to England and established a merchant firm with James Tobin. ), and father of Charles Pinney and John Frederick Pinney (each of whom q.v.). John Frederick Pinney This armament was illustrated in a portrait of John Frederick Pinney, the grandson of Azariah Pinney who was involved in the Monmouth Rebellion and exiled to Nevis, West Indies.The image was pulled from the book, A West India Fortune 42. The painting has written on it, "John Frederick Pinney of Pylmarsh Lodge, Esquire. fa. John Frederick Pinney. He has an entry in the ODNB as 'merchant and planter'. 1 He married Frances Dickenson. This chapter outlines the life of the owner, how he influenced events on his estate and what life was like in Nevis for the enslaved people. He has an entry in the ODNB as 'merchant and planter'. Accused - and acquitted - of the cruel treatment of some enslaved people whom she brought to Britain with her.One of over 300 drawings of landscapes and enslaved people in Jamaica by William Berryman, 1808-1815.Monteclefe National School, now known as Monteclefe Church of England Junior School, was built in 1851 by Miss Anna Maria Pinney, daughter of J. F. Pinney of Somerton Erleigh. Biography. This particular Pinney was a third generation plantation owner who had been born on the Caribbean island of Nevis where the family estate of Mountravers was located. Son of John Pretor Pinney (1740-1818) and brother of Charles Pinney (q.v. The rest of his estate went to his eldest son John Frederick Pinney.Kenneth Morgan, ‘Pinney, John Pretor (1740–1818)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2011 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/50514, accessed 30 March 2016]The Mountravers estate, its owners, employees and enslaved people are the subject of a detailed longitudinal study by Christine Eickelmann and David Small at The University of Bristol, We are grateful to Sean Creighton for his help with this entry.The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date.
1 He died on 28 September 1845 at age 72. Son of John Pretor Pinney (1740-1818) and brother of Charles Pinney (q.v. 672) In 1873 the vestry was required by the government to provide a school for infants in the...John Frederick Pinney was also one Weekes' trustees...7 Great George Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire, South-west England, EnglandBerkeley Square, Bristol, Gloucestershire, South-west England, EnglandSomerton Erle, Somerton, Somerset, South-west England, England
27 Jan. 1719, o. surv.
Here is a key to explain those letter codes:Jamaican-born widow of a prominent slave-owner; resident in Britain following the death of her husband in 1818. of the parish church [of Broadwindsor, Dorset], is of three storeys; the walls are of local brick in Flemish bond with blue headers and ashlar dressings and the...7 Great George Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire, South-west England, EnglandSomerton Erle, Somerton, Somerset, South-west England, England Offices Held.
Of the estates associated with Pinney (Cresseys and Choppins in Gingerland parish, settled by Pinney; Charlots and Mountravers, improved and worked as a single estate; and Woodland or Cole, bought in the 1779s), only Mountravers appears in the Slave Registers or the compensation records.Pinney does not appear in Rubinstein's analysis of those leaving £100,000 in personalty: Richard Pares estimated his wealth including land but excluding amounts owed to him on mortgage, the value of ships and the current account in the mercantile business as £267,000.Among the enslaved people whom he was recorded as purchasing after his arrival in Nevis in 1764 were Bettiscombe, a mason, and Bridport, a carter, both purchased on 11/01/1765.Will of John Pinney of Somerton proved 09/06/1818.
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Claimant or beneficiary. and h. of Maj. William Helme of Antigua and Nevis.1 suc. 1 He lived at Somerton Erleigh, Somerset, England G.
s. of John Pinney of Nevis by Mary, da.