NameCharles Pym BURT II
Death30 Jun 1788, Albemarle Street, London
BurialIsleworth, Middlesex (vault no 32)
OccupationLawyer, sugar planter, Nevis; Council member, 1753; President briefly in 1766
MotherLouisa MATHEW (>1683->1755)
Misc. Notes
Appointed to Council of Nevis 1753 (CO152/27, page 209). President briefly in 1766. Sold Tower Hill plantation, Nevis, in 1769. Lived for several years in St Eustatius and St Croix. His estates in St Croix were St John’s and Judith’s Fancy. Had houses successively in Argyle Street, Bloomsbury, and Albemarle Steet, Mayfair. Inherited half his father’s estates in Nevis. Inherited Morning Star estate in Nevis from the Pyms. Will dated 3 Sep 1772; proved 21 Aug 1788 (385, Calvert). His arms in the Dutch Church impale four quartered coats. Described by Lieut-General Gilbert Fleming in 1752 as ‘tho a young man, by his good Sence, probity & Education I think the best fitted to serve His Majesty at that Board.’ (CO 152/27, page 169)
ChildrenCharles Pym (1751-1751)
 Jane Wood (1753-<1769)
 William Pym (->1768)
 Robert (ca1757-1791)
 Charles (1755-1776)
Marriage1 May 1762, St George's, Basseterre, St Kitts
Burial11 Jun 1770, The Dutch Church, Austin Friars
ChildrenJohn Heyliger (1764-1817)
 Louisa (>1767-1815)
Birth12 Jun 1748
Deathaft 1781
FatherJohn van HEMERT (1694-1758)
MotherElizabeth (-?1781)
Marriage21 Sep 1770
ChildrenWolfert van Hemert (-1802)
 Edward (1778-1859)
 Elizabeth Pym (1779-)
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