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Uytendaele

19 January 2014


VIRGIN ISLANDS FAMILIES
Uytendaele/Uitendale/Uytendahl/Yutendale, van Uytendaele, aka, de Bretton
Origin: Flanders
Related Families: Angus, Ansel, Ayres, Behagen, Bernard, Bladwell, Borch, Bork, Boudewin, Burris, Cappel, Christensøn, Danielsen, Delicaet, Duurloo, Fibiger, Foss, Gyllich, Heegaard, Heitman, Jansøn, Kierulff, Kortright, le Bretton, Maas, Molijn, Moth, Olsen, Pats, Porter. Renouard, Runnels, Schuster, van Beverhoudt, van Steel, Wittrog
V.I. Locations: St. Croix, St. John. St. Thomas
Contributor: Svend E. Holsoe


Lucas van Uytendaele first named in the family. 1
Child of Lucas van Uytendaele:
1. i. Lucas van Uytendaele
1. Lucas van Uytendaele inherited large estates in French Flanders from his father. 2
Child, who is presumed, of Lucas van Uytendaele:
2. i. Jost van Uytendaele, d. 1693
2. Jost van Uytendaele was born in French Flanders at an unknown date, but before 1645.3

He was, in 1664, on St. Eustatius where he married a woman named Maria, who was born on St. Eustatius.4

Jost van Uytendaele arrived with his family on St. Thomas in 1690. 5 He managed an estate in Prinds Jørgen's Quarter for four months and then purchased it.6

He and his wife died in 1693.


Children of Jost and Maria van Uytendaele:
(not in correct order)

3. i Joseph/Just van Uytendaele

4. ii. Adrian van Uytendaele

5. iii. daughter

6. iv. Anna van Uytendaele

7. v. ?Peter van Uytendaele

8. vi. daughter

9. vii. Johannes van Uytendaele, d. 1742


3. Joseph/Just7 van Uytendaele, the eldest son.8

On 5 September 1703, he stood as a god father to Cornelius Delicat’s daughter, Elisabeth’s, baptism in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas. 9

On 26 August 1704, he stood as a god parent, for Lucas Uytendaele’s daughter, Maria. 10

On 23 July 1709, at the time of the baptism of his brother, Johannes Uytendaele’s child, Joseph, he was away from St. Thomas.11 By 26 August 1709, he had returned to St. Thomas and he was married by this time. 12


Child of Joseph/Just and unknown van Uytendaele:
10. i. Susanna van Uytendaele, b. c1692

ii. Anatsha Cornelis van Uytendaele, b. c1703

iii. Magdalena van Uytendaele, b . c1706

Jannicke van Uytendaele, b. c1708

11. ii. Johannes van Uytendaele, b. c1710
[There were three brothers who had court cases in St. Thomas from 1714-1721, namely Lucas, Johannes & Pieter Uytendaele – See: Rigsarkiv, Vejledende, XIV, … Handelskompagnier (1969), p. 198]
4. Adrian van Uytendaele, was engage in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas on 27 October 171413 and was subsequently married to Cecile Gellis Pats [Patz], widow of William Cramues.14
5.? She became involved in a scandal shortly before the death of her first husband in 1732. She had a love affair with Jean de Malleville. On discovery, the Company's court sentenced him to marry her or be considered a scoundrel. He chose the latter.15
6. Anna van Uytendaele was married on 8 December 1691 in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, to Peder Christensøn.16
7. ?Peter van Uytendaele was married to Elisabeth Jansøn.17

On 18 January 1705, he stood as a god parent at the baptism in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, for Peter de Lau’s son, Peter, and Elisabeth Jansøn van Uytendaele, held the child at the baptism. on 26 August 1704.18

He had a child baptized on 26 August 1707 on St. Thomas.19

He was engaged on 4 February 1711 to Anna Maria Runnels 20 and on 23 March 1711, they were married in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas.21

He died on 21 March 1714 and was buried the same day by the Pastor of the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas. 22
Children of Peter and Elisabeth (Jansøn) van Uytendaele:
12. i. Joseph van Uytendaele, b. c1707

13. ii. Adriana van Uytendaele, b. c1710


Child of Peter and Anna Maria (Runnels) van Uytendaele:
i. Joseph van Uytendaele, b. c1712
8. A daughter
9. Johannes van Uytendaele was born in 1685.

He was engaged on 7 July 1707 in the Lutheran Church on St. Thomas23 and subsequently married to Maria le Breton was born on St. Thomas in 1690. She was the daughter of an immigrant from the French portion of St. Christopher. 24 Her father came to St. Thomas in 1688 and purchased two estates from Michael Hubert.25

On 26 August 1707, he and his wife stood as god parents at the baptism of Peter Uytendaele’s son, Joseph.26

As of July 1722, he was a resident of St. Thomas, but whose estate was worsening yearly, so that he took up an estate on St. John.27

Maria le Breton died on 21 May 1724.

He married for the second time, the widow, Elisabeth Doris Delicaet, daughter of Captain Jochum Delicaet.28

Johannes van Uytendaele, became involved in a situation which would cause him five years of difficulty. Elisabeth Doris Delicaet's daughter, by her first marriage, married William Vessup, a planter, who murdered his neighbor Carl Henrik Kuhlmann in 1733. Vessup asked Johannes for help in making good his escape. Johannes was arrested, tried and sentenced to lose his inheritance. After two appeals the sentence was reduced to a fine. It took five years to reach this decision.29

He died in 1742.30


Children of Johannes and Maria (le Breton) van Uytendaele:
12. ii. Johannes Balthazar van Uytendaele, b. 1708

12. i. Joseph van Uytendale, b. 1709, d. in infancy

13. iii. Anna van Uytendaele, b.

14. iv. Lucas van Uytendaele [by this marriage?]


10. Susanna van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1692 and was baptized on 19 November 1692 in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas. 31
Anatsha Cornelis van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1703 and she was baptized on 25 November 1703 in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas.32
Magdalena van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1706 and she was baptized on 16 February 1706 in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas.33
10. Jannicke van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1708 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas on 14 March 1708. 34
11. Johannes van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1710 and was baptized on 14 January 1711 in Johannes Seysze’s home by the Lutheran Pastor of St. Thomas. 35
12. Joseph Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1707 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, on 26 August 1707. 36
13. Adriana van Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1710 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas on 29 April 1710. 37

Joseph van Uytendaele was presumably born on St. Thomas in about 1712 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas in March 1712.38
12. Johannes Balthazar van Uytendaele was born on St. Thomas in 1708

On the death of his father, in 1742, took over four of his father's plantations. He already owned a cotton estate in Red Hook, North East End on St. Thomas and estate no. 53 on St. John, where he had an overseer and seven slaves.39

In 1749, Johannes Balthazar was listed as the eighth highest tax payer on St. Thomas. He owned three sugar estates and three cotton estates, with slaves amounting to 85 adults and 21 children.40

He was married first to Agnesa van Steel [Stell?].

In the 1750's he sold all his estates on St. Thomas except his house, and moved his family to Christiansted on St. Croix. His younger brother, Lucas van Uytendaele, had already preceded him there.41

Sometime between 1753 and 1757, Johannes Balthazar purchased estates no. 5 & 6 in Northside B Quarter. They had been purchased originally in 1751 by Nicolas Tuite and Company for 310 and 380 rd. respectively. The estate would come to be called Rust op Twist.42

As late as 1759, he was taxed in St. Thomas, even though his wife was living at 97 Strand Street, Christiansted, with 5 house servants. Initially the two estates were uncultivated, and existed with a foreman and a few slaves.

After 1762, it came into fruition and the number of slaves increased to 158.43

Subsequent to his brother Lucas receiving, in 1763, a baronetcy from the Danish King, Johannes himself requested the title, arguing that he had taken part in quelling the 1733 rebellion. On 25 December 1767, he was granted by the Danish King the title, Baron de Bretton, on the condition that he gave 8,000 rd. to the Society of Sciences of which he was then a member.44

In 1769, Johannes Balthazar took out a loan for 73,590 Dutch Florins from the Dutch bankers Abraham ter Borch & Zonen.45

He was married for the second time to Helena [Helene] du Molijn [Moulijn, Moulin].46

He died on St. Croix in 1779.47


Children of Johannes Balthazar and Helena (du Molijn) Uytendaele:
14. i. Paulus Moulijn Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, b. c. 1754

15. i. Helene Uytendael, Baronesse de Bretton, b. c1760.

11. Joseph van Uytendaele was born in about 1709 and he was baptized on 23 July 1709, at home on St. Thomas, by the Lutheran Pastor. 48

He died in infancy.


12. Anna Uytendale was born on St. Thomas.

She was first married to Reys Daniels.

She was married for the second time by February 1745 to Johannes van Beverhoudt, Claudiz., and stood as a godparent to Johannes Burein’s son, Sampson, on St. Croix.49

By 1749, she was married to Severin Zeeberg/Seeberg.50 They , stood as witnesses for Petrus/Pieter Tongelo was married on 5 January 1749 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to Catharina Tam, who was a free person.51


13. Lucas van Uytendaele.

In late 1751 or 1752, he purchased two estates in St. Croix in King's Quarter, nos. 1 and 2, the former purchased from Jacob Lyngby in those years. These two estates were merged and came to be called Libanon Hill.

He also owned no. 1 King Street in Christiansted.52

He also purchased no. 7 Northside B Quarter, which was called Bonne Esperance. In addition he purchased an estate in East End A Quarter called Mt. Welcome.53

He was first married to Maria Boudewin.54 His first wife died. 55

He then was married in about 1750 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church in Christiansted to Margaretha Moth, 56 the daughter of Governor General Frederik von Moth. She later inherited estate Concordia, where they lived.57

On December 30, 1763, Lucas was made a Baron by the Danish King, and took the title, Baron de Bretton.58

On 2 January 1773, he was resident with his wife and four children at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted.59

On 2 January 1774, he was resident with his wife and two children at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted. 60

[East End Quarter A, nos. 1, 25, 36, 44, 45 & 58 were sold at auction on 15 August 1815.61]


Child of Lucas and Maria (Boudewin) van Uytendaele:
14. i. Johannes Balthazar Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, d. c177962
Child of Lucas and Margareth (Moth) van Uytendaele:
i. Frederik Uytendaele, bapt. 10 February 1754

ii. Elizabeth Uytendaele, b. c1758

iii. Aletta Uytendaele, b. c1759

iv. Margaretha Uytendaele, b. 1760

v. Lucas Uytendaele, b. c1762

vi. Paulus Uytendaele, b. c1764

vii. Peder Uytendaele, b. c1766
Children of Lucas van Uytendaele:
(order of children not known)

15. i. Peter Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, living 1773-1774

16. ii. Lucas Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, living 1773

17. iii. Maria Uytendaele, living 1773

18. iv. Aletta Uytendaele, living 1773-1774

i. Frederik Uytendaele was born in about 1754 and was baptized on 10 February 1754 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church.63


ii. Elizabeth Uytendaele was born in about 1758 and was baptized on 12 March 1758 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, Christiansted.64
iii. Aletta Uytendaele was born in about 1759 and was baptized on 30 September 1759 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church in Christiansted.65
iv. Margaretha Uytendaele was born in about 1760 and was baptized on 1 March 1760 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church, in Christiansted.66
v. Lucas Uytendaele was born in about 1762 and was baptized on 2 May 1762 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church in Christiansted.67 Witness at the baptism were: Reinhard Iselin, & Elizabeth Iselin, born Fabritius in Copenhagen; Pieter Wood, & Maria Wood, born Kervink; Lucas van Beverhoudt. 68 [Not cross referenced.]
vi. Paulus Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, was born in about 1764 and was baptized on 1 January 1765 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church in Christiansted.69
vii. Peder Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, was born in about 1766 and was baptized on 21 September 1766 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church in Christiansted.70

12. Paulus Moulijn/Moleyn71 Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton.

He was born in about 1754. 72

In the middle of October 1770, he was married to Elizabeth.73

On 10 November 1770, she died.

"Christianstæd. Died] Saturday evening last, after a few days illness, Elizabeth Uytendaele, Baroness de Breton, who was married the middle of October Last to Paulus Moleyn Uytendaele, Baron de Breton, much lamented by all of them who had the happiness of being acquainted with her …"74

In 1794, estate Rust op Twist was lost due to outstanding debts. 75 In that year, Paulus and his wife, and three children were living there.76

He died on 17 March 1796, possibly in Chicago, Illinois, or New York, N.Y. U.S.A.77



Photograph by Vivian Maier 78


13. Helene van Uytendael, Baronesse de Bretton, was baptized on 19 October 1760 on St. Thomas.79

She was married on 25 June 177780 to Peter Duurloo who was born on 19 November 1756,81 on St. John.82 He died on St. John on 8 June 1795, aged 38 years, 6 months & 20 days old.83

She remarried in 1796 to Lieutenant Lars Olsen, of the West Indian military force, aged 32 years old, who was born in Birkerød, Denmark.84 Later, after 1800, he suddenly disappeared from the island85 and died in North America.86

She died between 1826-1828.87


14. Johannes Balthazar van Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton.

He is presumed to have had a relationship in about 1776-1777, Charlotte Amalie Bernard, who was born on St. Croix in about 1753, was baptized in the Lutheran Church.88 She was classified as a Sambo.

He died in about 1779.89 ??? (there are two Johannes's)
Child of Johannes Balthazar van Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton and Charlotte Amalie Bernard.
i. Susannah M.? Uytendaele, b. c1774, d. 10 July 1847
Susannah M.? Uytendaele was born in about 1774 and was baptized on 3 November 1774 in Christiansted. 90

She had a relationship in about 1792-1796 with Hans Michael Cappel, who was born on 12 August 1752 in Copenhagen. He was a Burgher of Copenhagen and a Ship Captain . He died on 6 November 1798 in Kristiansand, Norway.

She subsequently had a relationship in about 1796-1797 with Jacob Heegaard, who was baptized on 14 May 1761 in Copenhagen. He died on 6 February 1804 in Christiansted.

Finally, she had a relationship in about 1801 to 1808 with Peter Abraham Wittrog, who was born in 1771 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was baptized in Frederiksberg, Denmark on 8 May 1771.91 He was a merchant in 1804.92 He died on 28 March 1814 in Christiansted. 93

On 17 December 1815, she attended communion at the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 94

She died on 10 July 1847 in Christiansted, 95 and was buried on 11 July 1847 in Christiansted. 96 See the Appendix for her property.

15. Peter/Pieter Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton.

On 2 January 1773, he was resident with his parents and three siblings at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted.97

On 2 January 1774, he was resident with his parents and one sibling at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted. 98

On 22 January 1789, he was married in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to Magdalena Rogiers,99 who born on St. Thomas,100 baptized 1771 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church and confirmed in the same church in 1788.101

On 3 June 1807, he sold his share estate Libanon Hill to William Armstrong, and later, Armstrong bought out Lucas junior.102
16. Lucas Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton. [Senior in 1809103 & 1812104]

On 2 January 1773, he was resident with his parents and three siblings at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted.105

He was married to Maria Charlotte Maas.106

She died on 19 August 1813 in Christiansted.107


Child of Lucas and Maria Charlotte (Maas) Uytendaele:
19. i. Elisa Charlotte, Baroness de Bretton, b. c1799-1800

20. ii. Maria Aletta, Baroness de Breton, b. c1802

21. iii. Frederick Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, b. c1805

22. iv. Emelia Augusta, Baroness de Bretton, b. c1809

23. v. Richard Charles, Baron de Bretton, b. c1812

17. Maria Uytendaele, Baronesse de Bretton.

On 2 January 1773, she was resident with her parents and three siblings at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted.108
18. Aletta Uytendaele, Baronesse de Bretton.

On 2 January 1773, she was resident with her parents and three siblings at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted.109

On 2 January 1774, she was resident with her parents and one sibling at his property, 1 King Street, Christiansted. 110
19. Elisa Charlotte, Baroness de Bretton, was born in about 1799-1800 and was baptized between 25 August 1799 and 23 March 1800 in the Dutch Reformed Church. 111
20. Maria Aletta, Baroness de Bretton, was born in about 1802 and was baptized on 7 March 1802 in the St. Croix Dutch Church. 112 Witnesses were: Lieut. Christian van Holt from Bermuda, Pieter Cornelis de Windt, Anna Maria de Windt and Helene Rey Lind from Bermuda. 113
21. Frederick Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, was born in about 1805 and was baptized on 19 January 1806 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church.114
22. Emelia Augusta, Baroness de Bretton, was born in about 1809 and was baptized on 6 September 1809 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church.115 Witnesses were: Christopher Flanagan, Baron John van Bretton L.s M.D. with a Baronesse Judith H. von Bretton, Baron T. Wm. Von Bretton L.s, Baron Frederic von Bretton L.s, Baronesse Helena Marg. Von Bretton L. D. and Ann Robinson. 116

23. Richard Charles, Baron de Bretton, was born in about 1812 and was baptized on 13 December 1812 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church. 117 Witnesses were: Pieter Alexander Allan, Richard Vos from Bermuda, Nathaniel Lightbourn from Bermuda, Charles Douglas, Thomas Lowis, Joseph Robinson, Elisabeth Keutsch, Helena Fibiger, Elisabeth Robinson, J. Wheaton, Margaretha Robinson and Helena Margaretha, Baroness van Bretton. 118


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Gertruyd, Baronesse de Bretton, was married on 3 September 1788 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to John Ayres. 119
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Lucas Uytendaele was married on 1 August 1700 in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, to Aggenis Ansel.120
Child of Lucas and Aggenis (Ansel) Uytendaele:
1. i. Maria Uytendaele, b. c1704

2. ii. Elisabeth Uytendaele, b. c1706

3. iii. Lucas Uytendaele, b.1709

4. iv. Anna Uytendaele, b. c1712

1. Maria Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1709 and was baptized at home by the Lutheran Pastor on St. Thomas, on 26 August 1704. 121 Joseph/Just van Uytendaele stood as a god parent. 122

2. Elisabeth Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1706 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, on 10 March 1706.123


3. Lucas Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1709 and was baptized at home by the Lutheran Pastor on St. Thomas, on 23 May 1709.124
4. Anna Uytendaele was born presumably on St. Thomas in about 1712 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, St. Thomas, on 29 March 1712.125
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Child of Lucas Uytendaele, Baron von Bretton [Senior126]:
1. i. Margaritha Lindesay Uytendaele, Baroness de Bretton, b. 25 October 1806
1. Margaritha Lindesay Uytendaele, Baroness de Bretton was born on 25 October 1806 and baptized on 18 January 1807 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church.127

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Frederik Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, Senior, was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church.128

Child of Frederik Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, Senior:


1. i. Augustus Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton, b. c1806
1. Augustus Uytendaele, Baron de Bretton was born in about 1806 and was baptized on 11 January 1807 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church.129

See appendix for property.


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