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[Aucher Warner]. In Saint Kitts and Nevis: Early settlement Saint Kitts by settlers under Sir Thomas Warner, who, arriving from England inestablished the first successful English colony in the West Indies at Old Road on the west French first arrived on the island in and established a colony of their own in under Read More.
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Warner, Aucher, Title Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: a chronicle of his family / by Aucher Warner; with an introduction by the Rt. Hon. Viscount Elibank Call Number WAR Created/Published London: The West India committee,  Pages View Catalogue.
AUCHER WARNER: SIR THOMAS WARNER, PIONEER OF THE WEST INDIES, A CHRONICLE OF HIS FAMILY, London, The West India Committee,(), 1st edition, 4 folding pedigrees, ownership signature of Christopher F Ashton Warner on front paste down, original cloth gilt.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Warner, Aucher, ; Format: Book, Online; ix-xvii, 3, p.: front., plates, ports. WARNER, Sir THOMAS (d. ), coloniser of the first British West Indian Islands, was a younger son of William Warner, a gentle-yeoman of Framlingham and Parham, Suffolk, and Margaret, daughter of George Gernigan or Jerningham of Belsted in the same county.
He entered the army at an pioneer of the West Indies book age, and became a captain in James I's bodyguard. Warner’s sons and grandsons established themselves in the British West Indies: Sir Thomas Warner of Barbados, Col.
Philip Warner, Governor of Antigua, William Warner of Dominica, who was known as “Indian Warner” on account of his Carib blood, and Col. Edward Warner, who arrived in Trinidad in and purchased lands. WARNER: Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: a chronicle of his family.
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To quote The Times, he was a direct descendant of Sir Thomas Warner, who founded the first English colony, St. Kitts, in West Indies. Aucher Warner left Trinidad inbut retained his close. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
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Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery. 4 See Aucher Warner, Sir Thomas Warner Pioneer of the West Indies: A Chronicle of His Family, Londonpassim; I am also grateful to Desmond Nicholson, of the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda’s Historical and Archaeological Society for his database of epitaphs and other documents related to the Warner family in Antigua.
Get this from a library. Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: a chronicle of his family. [Aucher Warner; Arthur C Murray]. Sir Thomas Warner was the first British Governor in the West Indies, first visiting St.
Kitts in He is buried on the grounds of St. Thomas Church in Middle Island. Stop by this old church and roam around the cemetery. It is a history lesson in itself. InRalph Merifield and Sir Thomas Warner received from King James I, a Royal Patent to colonize the Leeward Islands, but with overall authority through James Hay, 1st Earl of eld and Warner formed the company Merwars Hope, which was renamed Society of Adventurers, which merged into the Royal African Company in Warner arrived on St.
Kitts on 28 January with Sir Thomas Warner ( – 10 March ) was a captain in the guards of James I of England who became an explorer in the Caribbean. In he served at the brief-lived English settlement of Oyapoc in present-day Guyana of South America, which was abandoned the same year.
The Dutch controlled most of the territory. Warner is noted for settling on Saint Kitts and establishing it in as. Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: A chronicle of his family: Books - facturer: The West India committee.
Nevis, surrounded by coral reefs, lies 2 miles (3 km) southeast of Saint Kitts across a channel known as The Narrows. The island is circular, and it consists almost entirely of a mountain, Nevis Peak (3, feet [ metres]), which is flanked by the lower Round Hill (1, feet [ metres]) on the north and by Saddle Hill (1, feet [ metres]) on the south.
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Increasingly the Spanish lost their grip on the region and in /24 Sir Thomas Warner settled what was the first British Colony in the West Indies. However about the same time the French landed to settle, this was resolved initially by a treaty in dividing the island.
Click to read more about Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: A chronicle of his family by Aucher Warner. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Aucher Warner. Sir Thomas Warner seemed to cave in and issued a general pardon on 11 February.
Soon afterwards the island elected its first assembly of burgesses, which began drafting new laws regarding the payment of rents and debt relief. Sir Thomas Warner: Pioneer of the West Indies: a Chronicle of His Family by Aucher Warner Settler Society in the.
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London Gazette 01/08/ p Email from Zane Farina (01/04/) stating this Joseph Warner had estates in St Vincent and was captured by Victor Hughes insourced to Aucher Warner, Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies: a chronicle of his family (West India Committee, ).
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A History of the West Indies: Containing the Natural, Civil, and Item Preview Thomas Coke. Publication date Topics island, Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. West Indies Books Showing of Wide Sargasso Sea (Paperback) by.
Jean Rhys (shelved 9 times as west-indies) avg rating — 63, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read The Last Warner Woman (Hardcover) by. Kei Miller (Goodreads Author). Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 9, and Addenda Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
All rights. 3 JEAFFERSON II (JOHN 2, SAMUEL 1) was born Abt. in Pettistree, England, and died Decem in St. Kitts, West Indies. Notes for SAMUEL JEAFFERSON II: Samuel Jeaffreson/Jefferson II, and his elder brother, Col.
John Jeafferson, were asked in by a neighbor and friend, Sir Thomas Warner, living at Parham some five miles away, to accompany him on the. Warner, Philip (d. ), army officer in Antigua, was born in the Leeward Islands, the third son of Sir Thomas Warner (c–), founder of English settlements there, whose family was from Suffolk.
His mother, the second wife of Sir Thomas Warner, was Rebecca, daughter of Thomas Paine of Surrey. A grandson of William, Jr., Joseph Warner, born inwas one of the founders of the Bank of Delaware. He and his sons, John and William, operated a line of boats between Wilmington, Delaware and Philadelphia and had a trading business along the coast and with the West Indies.
Some of this family settled around Wilmington. This book offered so many fascinating insights into European and colonial history, the slave trade, the way nation states wage war, race relations--topics that are as relevant today as they have been over the last four hundred years.
In the small stage of the West Indies you can see them all played s: 3. Capt. Francis Meriwetherborn WFT Est. ; died Abt. He was the son of Nicholas Meriwether and Elizabeth married Mary Bathurst WFT Est. Mary Bathurstborn WFT Est. ; died She was the daughter of Lancelot Bathurst and Susan Rich. Notes for Capt.
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John's, Fig Tree, Nevis Rectors of St. George's, Gingerland, Nevis Register of St. George's, Gingerland, NevisDeeds relating to the West IndiesReview: The Legacy of the American Revolution to the British West Indies and Bahamas Heywood.Eight years later, ownership disputes between the French andthe English ignited hostilities that would endure for years.
A third British attempt to colonize St. Lucia and “defend her from the French” was launched in under Sir Thomas Warner, but after two years only 89 of theoriginal men under Warner were still alive.