William Burt Weekes

???? - 1796


Indebted slave-owner on Nevis, absentee in England from 1782.

  1. Will of William Burt Weekes of Sixpenny Handley, Dorset [made in 1796] proved 12/02/1801. He left all his estates real and personal in trust (his trustees were his grandson John Frederick Pinney of Great George St. Bristol, his sister Ann Weekes of Nevis and James Williams planter of Nevis) to his grandsons William Burt Weekes and Thomas Pym Weekes. He gave his trustees power to sell his property, except the house and land in Nevis left to his sisters Ann and Jane Weekes.


David Small, Mountravers part 3 Ch. 3 p. 1064, https://seis.bristol.ac.uk/~emceee/mountravers~part3chapter3.pdf [accessed 11/01/2021].

  1. PROB 11/1354/100.

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Relationships (2)

Grandfather → Grandson
Notes →
John Frederick Pinney was also one Weekes' trustees...
Father-in-law → Son-in-law

Addresses (1)

Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, Wessex, England