George Case

Total Number of Slaving Voyages for which they are responsible according to 109
Estimated Enslaved Captives Trafficked Throughout Career according to 49585
Details: George Case (1747-1836) was a Liverpool slaver. In 1781, Case was also elected Mayor of Liverpool. Case was a co-owner of the Zong with William Gregson, James Gregson, John Gregson, Edward Wilson, and James Aspinall — the infamous slaving ship massacre in which the crew killed more than 130 enslaved people because they allegedly ran low on drinking water, insinuating a massive legal battle between the owners and their insurance company. Case passed on his wealth to his son, John Dean Case, which later was bequeathed to his grandson, George Case, ultimately becoming what is known today as the Case Fund.
Citations/Sources: Richardson, D., Tibbles, A., & Schwarz, S. (2007). Liverpool and Transatlantic Slavery. Liverpool University Press. | Baucom, I. (2005). Specters of the Atlantic: finance capital, slavery, and the philosophy of history. Duke University Press