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Christopher Codrington, 1668-1710

Vincent T. Harlow

Christopher Codrington, 1668-1710

by Vincent T. Harlow

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soldiers,
  • Colonial administrators,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Vincent T. Harlow
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA462 C6 H3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination252 p. ;
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26576553M

    Christopher Codrington - Henningham Codrington - Edward Codrington - Christopher Codrington - Ruth Lee Codrington - Simon Codrington - William John Codrington - Alfred Edward Codrington - Mercy Matilda Codrington - First stop is Gun Hill Signal Station, built in following the rebellion with views of 8 of the island’s 11 parishes. We proceed to the handsome Codrington College, endowed by Colonel Christopher Codrington () who succeeded his father as Governor General of the Leeward Islands.

    Christopher Codrington had at one time operated the es-tates with as few as " working negros, men, women, boys, and girls, and about 20 negro children."11 For a half-century the Society possessed even smaller numbers. The stocking policy of the Society, however, was guided by a provision of Christopher Codrington's will that at least CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON. CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON. By Vincent T. Harlow. At the Clarendon Press, Oxford. Demy 8vo. pp. viii. ill. map. Christopher Codrington belonged to the Gloucestershire family of which Sir Edward, the Victor of Navarino, and Sir William, the third commander in chief of the British forces in the Crimea.

    See also Vincent T. Harlow, Christopher Codrington (; London: Hurst & Co., []) passim. GEC gives birth date as and notes that he was a major-general in the army, a Member of Parliament, and Envoy to Flanders at the time of the Treaty of Utrecht. Vincent T. Harlow, Christopher Codrington, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) Charles S.S. Higham, 'The negro policy of Christopher Codrington', Journal of negro history, X () Frank J. Klingberg, Contributions of the SPG to the American way .


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Codrington, Christopher,Colonial administrators -- Great Britain -- Biography, Colonial administrators -- West Indies -- Biography, Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Biography, Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary,Leeward Islands (West Indies) -- History Publisher Oxford: Clarendon Press CollectionPages: Christopher Codrington is known as an Oxford scholar, a man of letters, a soldier and a Governor-General in the West Indies in the reigns of William III and Anne.

This biography, first published by the Clarendon Press insheds light on the condition of England and its colonies in his time. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harlow, Vincent T. (Vincent Todd), Christopher Codrington, Oxford, Clarendon. Christopher Codrington, by Vincent Todd Harlow (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 7. CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (–), soldier, was born at Barbadoes Christopher Codrington His father, also Christopher Codrington, was captain-general of the Leeward Islands.

Young Codrington was sent to England to be educated, and went to school at Enfield under Dr. Wedale. From Enfield in he passed as a gentleman commoner 1668-1710 book Christ Church, Oxford. Christopher Codrington (–), British soldier and colonial governor in Antigua and Barbuda Sir Edward Codrington, (–), British admiral George Codrington (born ), Canadian cricketer.

Christopher Codrington Christopher Codrington in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Christopher Codrington was born inin Barbados.

Christopher passed. Barbados in ; the second Codrington died in Antigua in ; the third Codrington died in Barbados in 3 Wippel in Diocesan History of Barbados, p. 65, says that Codrington arrived in V.

Harlow, in Christopher Codrington, (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, ), puts the date at Probably neither is accurate. The Codrington Plantations were two historic sugarcane producing estates on the island of Barbados, established in the 17th Century by Christopher Codrington (c.

– ) and his father of the same name. Sharing the characteristics of many plantations of the period in their reliance on slave labour, their particular significance was as a part of a charitable bequest inon the death Location: Barbados.

See also Christopher Codrington on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Codrington, Christopher CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (–), British soldier and colonial governor, whose father was captain-general of the Leeward Isles, was born in the island of Barbados, West.

Frances married Slaver of Barbados Codrington Christopher son of Codrington Robert and Stubbes Anne Christopher was born in in Circa. He died in in Circa,Barbados.

He is son2. He is Christopher III in Harlow's book. He helps introduce sugar. A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the honourable Colonel Christopher Codrington late captain general and governor in chief of Her Majesty's Carribbee Islands, who departed this life at his seat in Barbadoes, on Good-Friday, the 7th of April,and was interr'd.

Notables of this surname at this time include: Christopher Codrington (), British soldier, slaver, bibliophile and colonial governor who upon his death bequeathed his slave plantations to found Codrington College, St.

John, Barbados. Born in the Barbados, his father, also Christopher Codrington, was captain-general of the Leeward Islands. home >> christopher codrington. UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST- CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (), Christopher Codrington was a British soldier and colonial governor, whose father was captain-general of the Leeward Isles, he was born in the island of Barbados, in Christopher Codrington, ‐ By Vincent T.

Harlow. The Politics of Religion in Restoration England. Edited by Tim Harris, Paul Seaward, and Mark Goldie “Religion” and the Religions in the English Enlightenment. By Peter Harrison. Economic Expansion in the Byzantine Empire, ‐ By Alan Harvey. Politics in Gaullist France. Christopher Codrington (–) was a Barbadian-born soldier, planter, and colonial governor.

Christopher Codrington may also refer to. Christopher Codrington (colonial administrator) (s–), Barbadian-born planter and colonial administrator Christopher Bethell-Codrington (–), British member of Parliament and sugar planter, previously called Christopher Codrington.

Christopher Codrington III (), the benefactor after whom Codrington College is named, was the son of a very prominent Barbadian, Christopher Codrington II, who was at one time Governor General of the Leeward Islands. He was born either at Codrington Plantation in St. Michael, or Didmarton Plantation, now called Society, in St.

John. It is difficult, therefore, to see how Gikandi can explore how Christopher Codrington (–) can be seen as a “man of taste” when he died a year before the first work that helped develop taste as a formal category, Lord Shaftesbury’s disquisition on manners, was published.

A copy of the petition of William Freeman, Esq., in behalf of himself and others, against Col. Christopher Codrington governour of the Leeward Islands presented to the House of Commons the 19th of February,with some remarks thereon.

by: Freeman, William. Published: ().CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON (), British soldier and colonial governor, whose father was captain-general of the Leeward Isles, was born in the island of Barbados, West Indies, in Educated at Christ Church, Oxford, he was elected a fellow of All Souls, and subsequently served with the British forces in Flanders, being rewarded in with a captaincy in the Guards.Christopher Codrington III () Christopher Codrington b & d.

Sarah Codrington b.&d. Robert & Copplestone Sir William, 2nd Bart. b. Dorothy Codrington m. Chapman d. Sarah Codrington m. Chrisopher Prisick of London Sarah Bate, daughter of Colonel William Bate of Barbados. d. Sir William Codrington 1st Bart d.