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Governor Samuel Ward MP (1725 - 1776)

Samuel Ward was an American farmer, shop keeper, and statesman from Westerly, Rhode Island. He served as a colonial Governor of Rhode Island and later as a delegate to the Continental Congress. In 1764...

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William Greene (1695 - 1758)

) William Greene (16 March 1695 - 22 February 1758) was a governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. He was a clerk of the county court in Providence, deputy from Warwick, spe...

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Major John Greene MP (1620 - 1708)

. John Greene Jr. (1620 - 27 November 1708) was a deputy governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations who spent almost his entire adult life in the public service of the colony. ...

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Peleg Sanford, 10th Colonial Governor of Rhode Island MP (1639 - 1701)

1667. July. Troop of Horse for the Island : Capt. Peleg Sanford from Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 1647-1800: A List of All Officers ...By Joseph Jencks Smith from The New England Hist...

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John Sanford, Governor of Newport and Portsmouth MP (1611 - 1665)

) John Sanford (c. 1605 – 1653), was an early settler of Boston, Massachusetts, an original settler of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and a governor of the combined towns of Portsmouth and Newpor...

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Rev. Gregory Dexter MP (1610 - 1700)

Rev. Gregory Dexter, the American ancestor of the branch of this family here under consideration, was born at Olney, Northampton county, England, in 1610. He early went to London, and became a printe...

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Samuel Gorton, 5th President Providence and Warwick MP (c.1593 - 1677)

From: 5th President of Providence and Warwick In office: 1651–1652 Preceded by: Nicholas Easton (as President of all four towns of Rhode Island Colony) Succeeded by: John Smith Perso...

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Gov. Nicholas Easton MP (c.1593 - 1675)

In March 1634, Easton and his 2 surviving sons (Peter and John) boarded the "Mary & John" at Southampton for passage to New England. -------------------- from The Howland Heirs By William Morrell Eme...

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Walter Clark, Governor of Rhode Island MP (1640 - 1714)

From findagrave.com: Birth: 1640 Death: May 22 1714 Gov RI 1676-1677, 1686 & 1696-1698. Burial: Clifton Burying Grd, Newport, Newport Co, RI, USA--------------------**** Governor Walter Clark w...

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Capt. Jeremiah Clarke MP (1605 - 1651)

) Captain Jeremiah Clarke, the third husband of Frances Latham, emigrated to America shortly after their marriage, accompanied by his wife and her children by William Dungan. He settled in Rhode Is...

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John Coggeshall, Sr. MP (c.1601 - 1647)

John Coggeshall From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: John Coggeshall (1601 – 27 November 1647) was one of the founders of Rhode Island and the first President of all four towns in the Colony o...

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Rev. Roger Williams, Founder of Rhode Island MP (c.1604 - 1683)

Roger Williams was the founder of the colony of Rhode Island. -------------------- Rhode Island's first permanent settlement (Providence Plantations) was established at Providence in 1636 by Englis...

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William Hutchinson MP (1586 - 1642)

) A BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, by Larry Overmire: William Hutchinson immigrated with his family in 1634 on the "Griffin," settling initially in Boston. Because of the uproar over his wife's rel...

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William Coddington, Gov. of Rhode Is. and Providence Plantations MP (1601 - 1678)

OCCUPATION: Magistrate. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admitted to Boston church as member #92, whichwould be during the winter of 1630-1 [BChR 14]. FREEMAN: 25 May 1636 [MBCR 1:372]; this was merely a forma...

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Col. Gov. Richard Penn MP (1735 - 1811)

Richard Penn, Jr. 1735-1811 England Parents: Richard Penn, Sr. 1705-1771 and Hannah Lardner c.1710- Wife: Mary Masters 1756-1829 Children: William 1776-1845 Richard Penn, III c.1777- Hann...

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Col. Gov. John Penn (1729 - 1795)

) John Penn (14 July 1729 – 9 February 1795) was the last governor of colonial Pennsylvania, serving in that office from 1763 to 1771 and from 1773 to 1776. He was also one of the Penn family ...

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Robert Hunter Morris, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania (c.1700 - 1764)

Robert Hunter Morris, born 1700 in Trenton, New Jersey, died 27 January 1764 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, was a prominent governmental figure in Colonial Pennsylvania, serving as governor of Pennsylvan...

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James Hamilton (c.1711 - 1783)

) James Hamilton (circa 1711 in Accomac County(?), Virginia –14 August 1783, New York, New York), son of the well-known Philadelphia lawyer Andrew Hamilton, was a prominent lawyer and governme...

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James Logan (1674 - 1751)

) James Logan (October 20, 1674 – October 31, 1751), a statesman and scholar, was born in Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland, of Scottish descent and Quaker parentage. In 1689, the Logan family mo...

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Sir William Keith, 4th Baronet (c.1669 - 1749)

) Sir William Keith, 4th Baronet, (1669 – 18 November 1749) was a lieutenant-governor of colonial Pennsylvania and Delaware. Keith was born in Boddam Castle near Peterhead, Scotland to Sir...

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Charles Gookin (c.1660 - c.1723)

Charles Gookin (c. 1660–c. 1723) was a deputy governor of colonial Pennsylvania. Biography Gookin had been a soldier and bore the title of colonel. He was appointed deputy governor of ...

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John Evans (c.1678 - 1704)

) John Evans (born about 1678) was a colonial governor of Pennsylvania, 3 February 1704 through 1 February 1709. He was of Welsh origin, and in February 1704, became deputy governor of the province, ...

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Samuel Carpenter, of Philadephia (1649 - 1714)

First treasurer of the province of Philadelphia. Title: Samuel Carpenter and his Descendants Author: Edward Carpenter and his son General Louis Henry Carpenter Publication: Philadelphia: J. B. Lippin...

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Thomas Lloyd, Governor of PA. MP (1640 - 1694)

) Thomas Lloyd (6 April 1640 – 10 September 1694) was a lieutenant-governor of provincial Pennsylvania. He was born in Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, Wales, and subsequently educated at Ruthin...

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William Markham (1635 - 1704)

) William Markham (1635 – 12 June 1704) served as deputy governor of the Province of Pennsylvania. Markham was the acting governor of Pennsylvania from 1681 to 1682 and from 1693 to 1699. He w...

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William Clayton MP (1632 - 1689)

Christening: 9 DEC 1632 Chichester, Sussex, England From notes taken by Duncan Rea Williams III in his "Cyber Niche": ) William Clayton came to America in 1677 on the ship "Kent", landing in the ...

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John Penn "of Stoke" (1760 - 1834)

) John Penn (aka "John Penn, Jr." [sic], "John Penn of Stoke") (22 February 1760, London, England – 21 June 1834, Stoke Poges, England) was an Anglo-American writer, a part proprietor of the P...

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Hannah Margaret Penn (Callowhill) MP (1671 - 1727)

Hannah Callowhill Penn (11 February 1671 – 20 December 1726) was the second wife of Pennsylvania founder William Penn; she effectively administered the Province of Pennsylvania for six years a...

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Col. Gov. Richard Penn (1705 - 1771)

. Richard Penn (17 January 1706 – 4 February 1771) was a proprietary and titular governor of the province of Pennsylvania and the counties of New Castle, Kent, and Sussex (which three now comp...

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Thomas Penn, Sr., Lord Proprietor of Pennsylvania (1702 - 1775)

Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire, was sold to Thomas Penn, Lord Proprietor of the province of Pennsylvania, then a British colony in North America. He was the second son of William Penn, the Quaker who fo...

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John Penn ("the American") (1699 - 1746)

) John Penn (February 29, 1700 – October 25, 1746) was a proprietor of colonial Pennsylvania. He was the eldest son of the colony's founder, William Penn, by his second wife, Hannah Callowhill...

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William Penn, Founder of Pennsylvania MP (1644 - 1718)

Overview William Penn (October 14, 1644 – July 30, 1718) was an English founder and "Absolute Proprietor" of the Province of Pennsylvania, the English North American colony and the future U.S....

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Arthur Dobbs, Colonial Governor of North Carolina (1689 - 1765)

Arthur Dobbs (2 April 1689 – 28 March 1765) was an Anglo-Irish politician with large landholdings in North Carolina who served as the colonial governor of the state from 1754 to 1765. Earl...

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Nathaniel Rice, Acting Colonial Governor of North Carolina (c.1694 - c.1753)

Nathaniel Rice (ca. 1694 -died before 29 January 1753) was the acting colonial governor of North Carolina for two short periods during the 18th century. A native of England, Rice arrived in North...

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Sir Richard Everard, 4th Baronet, 14th Prop. Governor of North Carolina MP (c.1683 - 1733)

Sir Richard Everard, 4th Baronet (c. 1683-17 February 1733) was the last Governor of North Carolina under proprietary rule, serving in that capacity from 1725 to 1731. Governor of North Carolina ...

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William Reed, Acting Colonial Governor of North Carolina (c.1670 - 1728)

) William Reed (c. 1670-1728) was a colonial North Carolina political figure who served as President of the Governor's Council for many years, and as Acting Governor from 1722 until the arrival of ...

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Charles Eden, Colonial Governor of North Carolina (1673 - 1722)

Charles Eden (1673 – 26 March 1722) was the second Governor of the separate Colony of North Carolina. Public service Eden was appointed Governor of North Carolina on 13 July 1713. He i...

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Gabriel Johnston, Colonial Governor of North Carolina (1699 - 1752)

Gabriel Johnston (1699 – August 1752) was the colonial governor of North Carolina from 1734 to 1752, the longest-serving governor in state history. Governor of North CarolinaIn 1734 Johnston...

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Thomas Pollock, Acting Colonial Governor of North Carolina (1654 - 1722)

Thomas Pollock, son of Thomas Pollock of Bal-Gra, was born in Glascow, Scotland, May 6, 1654, and he died in North Carolina on August 30, 1722. He came to the Carolina Colony in 1683 as a deputy fo...

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Edward Hyde, Colonial Governor of North Carolina MP (1667 - 1712)

) Edward Hyde (1667 – 8 September 1712), was the first colonial governor of the separate colony of North Carolina from 1711 until his death in 1712. He governed during a time of great turmoil ...

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Sir Nathaniel Johnson (1644 - 1712)

) Sir Nathaniel Johnson (born 7 April 1644, near Kibbelsworth, Durham, died 1713) was a soldier and a Member of Parliament (MP) for Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1680–1689.[3] He was appointed governor...

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Col. James Moore, Colonial Governor MP (c.1650 - 1706)

) Colonel James Moore (c. 1650–1706) was the British governor of colonial South Carolina between 1700 and 1703 (which was then in the process of dividing into the provinces of North and South ...

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Joseph Blake, Colonial Governor (c.1660 - c.1700)

Gov. Joseph Blake, an English Admiral from Cromwell's time. Nephew to Admiral Robert Blake, muy famoso. Father of the Royal Navy. -----------------------------------------------------------------...

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Governor Thomas Smith, Iº Landgrave (c.1648 - 1694)

Event: Comment 1 CAME TO South Carolina FROM Exeter OR Event: Comment 2 DOVER, England IN 1670. MARRIED THE Event: Comment 3 WIDOW OF A DUTCH LORD AND WAS MADE THE Event: Comment 4 FIRST LANDGRAV...

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John Archdale, Colonial Governor of South Carolina (1642 - 1717)

John Archdale (1642–1717) served as British colonial Governor of North Carolina and Governor of South Carolina in 1695 and 1696. He may have also been appointed to serve circa 1683-1686. Archd...

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Thomas Cary (deceased)

Thomas Cary was the stepson of the former Governor of Carolina and Quaker John Archdale. However, when he was first appointed Deputy Governor of North Carolina, he supported the Church party and cont...

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Robert Daniell (1646 - 1719)

Robert Daniell (also spelled Daniel, April 20, 1646–May 1, 1718) of Cardigan, Wales arrived in Charleston, South Carolina in 1669 as captain of the ship The Daniell. In 1682, he was commissi...

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Henderson Walker (1659 - 1704)

Henderson Walker (1659-1704) was the President of the Council and deputy governor of North Carolina between 1699-1703. He is more known for help to found the Church of England. Biography He...

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Philip Ludwell, Colonial Governor of Carolina MP (c.1638 - c.1716)

Governor of Carolina In office 1691–1694 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24th Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses In office ...

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Seth Sothel (c.1638 - c.1694)

Seth Sothel (also spelled Sothell and Southwell, d. c. 1694) was a colonial proprietor and governor of the Province of Carolina, ruling the northern portion (future North Carolina) in 1678 and 1682...

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Peter Carteret, Colonial Governor (1641 - d.)

Peter Carteret (born 1641, date of death unknown) was the Governor of the British colony of Albemarle (which would later become North Carolina) from 1670 to approximately 1672. Early life and car...

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Samuel Stephens (1629 - 1669)

) Samuel Stephens (1629–1669) was the Governor of the Albemarle colony (which would later become North Carolina) from 1667 until his death in late 1669. He was appointed by the Lords Proprieto...

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William Drummond, Colonial Governor (c.1617 - 1677)

) William Drummond (born ca.1617, died 1677) was the first colonial governor of Albemarle Sound settlement in the Province of Carolina and a participant in Bacon's Rebellion. Early life and caree...

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John White MP (c.1540 - c.1593)

John White (c. 1540 – c. 1593) was an English artist, and an early pioneer of English efforts to settle the New World. He was among those who sailed with Richard Grenville to North Carolina in...

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Sir Ralph Lane, Gov. of Roanoke Colony MP (c.1530 - 1603)

Sir Ralph Lane (c. 1532 – October 1603)[1][2] was an English explorer of the Elizabethan era. He was part of the unsuccessful attempt in 1585 to colonize Roanoke Island, North Carolina. He also ...

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Andrew Elliot, of Greenwells (1728 - 1797)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Andrew Elliot (1728–1797) took over from James Robertson as acting colonial governor of the Province of New York in 1783... ...He was born November 1728 in E...

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General James Robertson, Colonial Governor of New York (1717 - 1788)

General James Robertson was the civil governor of the Province of New York from 1780 to 1783. He was born in Fife, Scotland about 1710. He came to the American colonies in 1756 as a major of the Roya...

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William Tryon (1729 - 1788)

William Tryon was a British soldier and colonial administrator who served as governor of the Province of North Carolina (1765–1771) and the Province of New York (1771–1780). William...

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Royal Governor John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore MP (1732 - 1809)

John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore (1732 – 25 February 1809) was a British peer and colonial governor. He was the son of William Murray, 3rd Earl of Dunmore, and his wife Catherine (née M...

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Sir Henry Moore, 1st Baronet (1713 - 1769)

Sir Henry Moore, 1st Baronet (1713 – 11 September 1769) was a British colonial leader who served as royal Governor of Province of New York from 1765 to 1769. Early life Moore was born in J...

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Lt Gen The Hon Robert Monckton (1726 - 1782)

Robert Monckton (24 June 1726 – 21 May 1782) was an officer of the British army and a colonial administrator in British North America. He had a distinguished military and political career, bei...

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Col. Gov. Cadwallader Colden (1688 - 1776)

Cadwalader Colden, who served as colonial governor of New York, was a physician, scientist and author who published many articles on botany and physics.

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Col. Gov. James de Lancey (1703 - 1760)

James DeLancey (1703–1760) served as chief justice, lieutenant governor, and acting colonial governor of the Province of New York. DeLancey was born in New York City on November 27, 1703, th...

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Sir Danvers Osborn, 3rd Baronet Osborn of Chicksands MP (1715 - 1753)

Sir Danvers Osborne, 3rd Baronet was colonial governor of New York province briefly in 1753. From Darryl Lundy's Peerage pageon Danvers Osborn: Sir Danvers Osborn, 3rd Bt.[1] M, #460028, b. 1...

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Admiral of the Fleet The Hon. George Clinton (c.1686 - 1761)

) Admiral of the Fleet The Hon. George Clinton (c.1686 – 10 July 1761) was a British naval officer and political leader who served as the colonial governor of Newfoundland in 1731 and of New Y...

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George Clarke (1676 - 1760)

) George Clarke (1676– 12 January 1760) was also known as George Clarke of Hyde. He became Secretary of the Province of New York in 1703. Along with his wife, Anne, he purchased land in Hempst...

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Gov. Rip Claes Van Dam (c.1660 - 1749)

Rip Van Dam (ca. 1660 – 10 June 1749) was the interim acting governor of the Province of New York from 1731 to 1732. As one of the leaders of the republican liberal party, Van Dam confronted t...

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Dr. Gerardus Beekman (1653 - 1723)

Gerardus Willemse Beekman (1653–1723) was a colonial governor of the Province of New York. He was a physician and a wealthy land owner in New York City. He was the acting governor of the Provi...

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Col. Pieter Philipse Schuyler MP (1657 - 1724)

Pieter Philipse Schuyler: Siblings of Pieter Philipse Schuyler are: i. Gysbert SCHUYLER was born 2 JUL 1652 in Albany, Albany, New York, and died AFT. 13 MAR 1664/65. ii. Geertruy SCHUYLER wa...

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John Nanfan (1634 - 1716)

John Nanfan of Birtsmorton, Worcestershire, was captain in Sir John Jacob's regiment of foot, and sailed in 1697 for New York, where, by the influence of the governor, Richard Coote, earl of Bellamont ...

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Benjamin Fletcher, Captain-General and Governor of New York (c.1640 - c.1703)

Benjamin Fletcher (1640–1703) was colonial governor of New York from 1692 to 1697. Under Col. Fletcher, piracy was a leading economic development tool in the city’s competition wi...

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Henry Sloughter (b. - 1691)

Henry Sloughter was briefly colonial governor of New York in 1691. Sloughter was the governor who put down Leisler's Rebellion, which had installed Jacob Leisler as de facto governor in 1689. Lieuten...

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Jacob Leisler (1640 - 1691)

See Wikipedia and the Jacob Leisler Project at New York University From: To save New York from greater disorder and defend it against an invasion by the French, it became necessary to elect a tempo...

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Thomas Dongan, 2nd Earl of Limerick (c.1634 - 1715)

Thomas Dongan, 2nd Earl of Limerick was appointed Governor of New York in 1688 by the Duke of York who became James II. Dongan build a mansion on Staten Island in 1688. Thomas Dongan, 2nd Earl of Lim...

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Anthony Brockholst (c.1656 - 1723)

When the Duke of York commissioned Major Edmund Andros in 1674 as his Lieutenant and Governor, Lieut. Anthony Brockholst, in case of his death, was to succeed him in the government of New York and its ...

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Francis Lovelace MP (c.1621 - 1686)

Francis LOVELACE was born about 1621. He died on 10 May 1686 in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. In 1652 was in VA. said to have been entrusted by Gov. Berkley of Virginia to carry news to King Charles...

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Richard Nichols (c.1624 - 1672)

Richard Nicolls (1624 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire – 28 May 1672 on the North Sea, off Suffolk) was the first British colonial governor of New York province. He commanded a royalist troop of horse ...

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William Franklin, Colonial Governor of New Jersey MP (1731 - 1813)

William Franklin Birth: 1731 - Philadelphia Philadelphia County Pennsylvania Death:  Nov. 17, 1813 - London, Greater London, England Parents: Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), unknown woman...

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Josiah Hardy, Governor of New Jersey (1715 - 1790)

Josiah Hardy (1715-1790) was a British merchant and colonial administrator who served as Governor of New Jersey between 1761 and 1763. He was succeeded in the post by William Franklin. He came from...

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Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Hardy, Governor of New York (c.1714 - 1780)

Admiral of the Fleet and Governor of Colonial New York. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Hardy (ca. 1714 ...

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Thomas Boone, Royal Governor (c.1730 - 1812)

) Thomas Boone (c. 1730 – 25 September 1812) was the 7th Royal Governor of New Jersey and the 28th Royal Governor of South Carolina. The New Jersey town of Boonton (Boone Town, Booneton) i...

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John Reading, III, Colonial Governor of New Jersey (1686 - 1767)

) John Reading (6 June 1686 – 5 November 1767) was the first native-born governor of New Jersey, United States, serving in 1747, and again from September 1757 to June 1758. His father, Colonel...

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Col. Sir William Cosby, Governor of New York (1690 - 1736)

General Notes: Brigadier-General in the Army, Colonel of the Royal Irish Colonel William Cosby arrived in New York City in August of 1732 to assume his duties as royal governor of the province of N...

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Gov. Lewis Morris MP (1671 - 1746)

) Lewis Morris (15 October 1671 – 21 May 1746), chief justice of New York and British governor of New Jersey, was the first lord of the manor of Morrisania in New York (in what is now the Bron...

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John Montgomerie (c.1690 - 1731)

Colonel John Montgomerie (died 1731) was colonial governor of New York and New Jersey from 1728 to 1731. Montgomerie was born in the parish of Beith in Scotland and served as Member or Parliament f...

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General Robert Hunter (1664 - 1734)

General Robert Hunter (1664–1734) was colonial governor of New York and New Jersey from 1710 to 1720. A Scot, the son of James Hunter and his wife Margaret Spalding, Hunter had been apprenti...

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Richard Ingoldesby (b. - 1719)

Richard Ingoldesby was a British army officer and lieutenant governor of both New Jersey and New York. He became the acting governor for the two colonies from May of 1709 to April 1710. Life Ingo...

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John Lovelace, 4th Baron Lovelace (1672 - 1709)

John Lovelace, 4th Baron Lovelace (1672 – 1709) was the Governor of both New York and New Jersey. He the son of William Lovelace of Hurst, Berkshire, and was not related to Francis Lovelace,...

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Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, (1661 - 1723)

Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon (28 November 1661 – 31 March 1723), styled Viscount Cornbury between 1674 and 1709, was Governor of New York and New Jersey between 1701 and 1708, and is per...

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Dr. Daniel Coxe (1640 - 1730)

Dr. Daniel Coxe (1640 – 19 January 1730) was a governor of West Jersey from 1687-1688 and 1689-1692. The first Colonial influence in Hopewell, New Jersey was the purchase of a 30,000-acre (1...

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Andrew Hamilton, Colonial Governor of New Jersey (b. - 1703)

) Andrew Hamilton ( – 1703) was the colonial governor of East and West New Jersey from 1692 to 1697 and again from 1699 to 1703. Biography Hamilton was born in Scotland. Originally a m...

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Robert Barclay, Scottish Quaker The Apologist (1648 - 1690)

Barclay's Apology - Quaker Heritage Press Robert Barclay (December 23, 1648 – October 3, 1690), one of the most eminent writers belonging to the Religious Society of Friends and a member o...

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Sir John Berry, Colonial Governor of New Jersey (1635 - 1690)

) Sir John Berry (1635 – 14 February 1689 or 1690) was an English naval officer of the Royal Navy, and was in 1675 the captain of the annual convoy to Newfoundland that took place during the...

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Philip Carteret, Colonial Governor of New Jersey (1639 - 1682)

) Philip Carteret (1639–1682) was the first and fourth British colonial governor of New Jersey, from 1665 to 1672 and from 1674 to 1682. Career The English annexed the Dutch province o...

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Sir John Wentworth, 1st Baronet (1737 - 1820)

) ; findagrave... ; Sir John Wentworth (August 9, 1737 – April 8, 1820) was the British colonial governor of New Hampshire at the time of the American Revolution. A graduate of Harvard College...

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Benning Wentworth, Royal Colonial Governor Of Hew Hampshire MP (1696 - 1770)

Governor of the Province of New Hampshire In office 1741–1766 Preceded by John Wentworth Succeeded by Sir John Wentworth Born 24 July 1696 Portsmouth, New Hampshire Died 14 October...

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Samuel Allen (1635 - 1705)

) Samuel Allen (1635–1705) was an English proprietor and governor of the Province of New Hampshire. Born in London, he was a successful merchant, who in 1691 purchased the proprietary claims o...

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Walter Barefoote (b. - 1688)

Walter Barefoote (also Barefoot, fl. 1655 – d. 1688) was colonist and deputy governor of the Province of New Hampshire. From 1685 to 1686 he served as acting governor of the province. Litt...

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Edward Cranfield (b. - c.1700)

Edward Cranfield ("flourished" 1680-1696) was an English colonial administrator. His mother Elizabeth was a daughter of William Parker, 4th Baron Monteagle. He was governor of the Province of New...

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Maj. Richard Waldron MP (1615 - 1689)

'Major Richard Waldron (or Richard Walderne) (1615 - 1689) dominated the society and economy of early colonial Dover, New Hampshire and had a substantial presence in greater New Hampshire and in neig...

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