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Christopher Codrington, 1668-1710.
Vincent T. Harlow
🐇🐇🐇 For Sir Christopher Codrington, 2nd and 4th of the Codrington Baronets, see Codrington Baronets. Christopher Codrington ( – 7 April ), British soldier, bibliophile and colonial governor, was born on the island of Barbados, West Indies, in 📐 📓 📒 📝. 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.
Named after Christopher Codrington, this building is a monument to the power of slavery. Codrington was born in in Barbados, the centre of Britain’s slave islands where sugar plantations Author: Bill Heine. The boy, who was the son of aristocrat Sir Christopher Codrington, and was a pupil at the £27,a-year Stowe School in Buckingham, was speaking to .
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Christopher Codrington, by Vincent Todd Harlow (Author) ISBN Cited by: 7. 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: Printed from Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
1668-1710. book Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a single article for personal use. 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. Codrington, Christopher (–), colonial governor and benefactor, was born in the parish of St John, Barbados, the elder son of Christopher Codrington (/40–), member of the council and later deputy governor of Barbados and governor-general of the Leeward Islands, and his wife, Gertrude.
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- Biography Son and heir of Christopher Codrington I (/) and famously the benefactor of All Souls, where the Codrington Library stands as a monument to his legacies to the College of £10, - £ for the building of the Library, and £ to stock it - and of his own books.
Christopher Codrington was born in Barbados in His father, Colonel Christopher Codrington, was captain-general of the Leeward a young man, Codrington was sent to England to be educated, and went to school in Enfield under the tutelage of Dr. Wedale. From he attended Christ Church, Oxford, as a gentleman was elected to All Souls as a probationer fellow in Buy Christopher Codrington, New edition by Harlow, V.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A Historical Overview of Codrington College 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.
Christopher Codrington Christopher Codrington in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Christopher Codrington was born inin Barbados. Christopher passed away. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harlow, Vincent T.
(Vincent Todd), Christopher Codrington, Oxford, Clarendon. Christopher Codrington was born in Barbados in His father (also Christopher Codrington) was captain-general of the Leeward Islands.
As a young man, Codrington was sent to England to be educated, and went to school in Enfield under the tutelage of Dr. Wedale. From he attended Christ Church, Oxford, as a gentleman commoner. Genealogy profile for "The Younger" Christopher Codrington, III.
Genealogy for "The Younger" Christopher Codrington, III ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames. CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (–), soldier, was born at Barbadoes in 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 to Christ Church, Oxford. Buy Christopher Codrington, by Vincent T Harlow (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Vincent T Harlow.
The library in its current form was endowed by Christopher Codrington (–), a Fellow of the college who amassed his fortune through his sugar plantation in the West Indies. Codrington bequeathed books worth £6, in addition to £10, in currency (the equivalent of approximately £ million in modern terms).
The library, designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and begun inwas Country: United Kingdom. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en françaisAuthor: Vincent Todd Harlow.
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William and Q. Mary, t.p. (Christopher Codrington).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 of the third Christopher Codrington ( – ), to the Society for the Propagation of Location: Barbados.