2 edition of Amias Andros and Sir Edmund,his son found in the catalog.
Amias Andros and Sir Edmund,his son
Edith F. Carey
|Statement||Reprinted from the Transactions of the "Guernsey Society of Natural Science" for 1913.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
See also Edmund Andros on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Andros, Sir Edmund ANDROS, SIR EDMUND (–), English colonial governor in America, was born in London on the 6th of December , son of Amice Andros, an adherent of Charles I., and the royal bailiff. Sir Edmund Andros: lt;p|>||||| | ||||| | | ||Sir Edmund Andros| || | | File:Sir Edmund || | | 4th World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the.
Whereas His Majesty hath been graciously pleased by his royal letter, bearing date the sixteenth day of October, t.p. (E. Andros) found: DAB (Andros, Sir Edmund; N.Y. governor ; president of Dominion of New England ; Va. governor ). Sir Edmund Andros (6 December – 24 February ) was an English colonial administrator in North was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence. At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland.. Before his service in North America, he served as Bailiff of Guernsey.
His son, Sir Edmund Andros, was in both Bailiff and Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey and at the same time Governor of the Colony of New York as well as New England, North Carolina, Virginia, Massachusetts, New Plymouth and New Jersey. In fact it was he, who changed the name from New Amsterdam to New York, when he was its first British. Chapter HOW SIR EDMUND ANDROS FACED TO THE RIGHT-ABOUT. LIEUTENANT COLONEL SIR EDMUND ANDROS, of Scarsdale’s regiment of horse, bailie of Guernsey, and gentleman of the privy chamber, governor general of New England, and vice admiral of the fleet, had a face as long as his name and titles as he sat in his lodgings, on the corner of Elm and Hanover streets in Boston, on a .
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Amias Andros and Sir Edmund,his son by Edith F. Carey,Bichard's printing edition, in English. Andros Island, Bahamas - named after Sir Edmund Andros.
Notable Guernseymen. Amias Andros - Bailiff of Guernsey () Sir Edmund Andros () - Bailiff of Guernsey () & Colonial Governor of New England () Further Reading.
Carey, Edith, Amias Andros and Sir Edmund, his son, Trans Soc Guern, Sir Edmund Andros (6 December – 24 February ) was an English colonial administrator in British was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence. At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and h: Charles II.
Andros, Edmund, - Edmund Andros was the son of royalists Amias Andros and Elizabeth Stone of London, England. During the English Civil War, the Andros family lived at Guernsey and at the Hague. Andros entered military service under his uncle, Sir.
Sir Edmund Andros Born December 6,London, England 2nd of 4 sons; 3rd of 7 children Father: Amias Andros Mother:Elizabeth Stone Andros Anglican Had military experience But why did the Dominion fail. Elected assemblies were disbanded Puritan officials (judges, military.
"Sir Edmund Andros (), colonial Governor, was born in London, England, December 6,son of Amias and Elizabeth (Stone) Andros. He distinguished himself in the war with the Dutch, and in was commissioned major in Prince Rupert’s regiment of dragoons.
Edith Carey, in her article 'Amias Andros and Sir Edmund, his son,' in Rep. & Trans. Soc. Guern.pp. 38 ff., interpreted this as referring to William de Beauvoir's taking on himself the office of Bailliff, although the perpetrator of this particular impertinence was in fact the firebrand leader of the Parliamentary faction, Pierre de.
Sir Edmund Andros 4th Colonial Governor of New York In office 9 February – 18 April Preceded by Anthony Colve. Sir Edmund Andros (6 December – 24 February ) was an English colonial administrator in British was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence.
At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland. Before his service in North America, he served as Bailiff of Guernsey.
Amice Andros, was born circa September 5, in Sausmarez, Guernsey, UK. His parents were Thomas Andros and Elizabeth Andros (de Carteret). Amice married Elizabeth Andros (Stone). Together they had the following children: John Andros; George Andros; Sir Edmund Andros.
He died on April 7, in Sausmarez, Guernsey, UK. "Andros, Sir Edmund (), imperial administrator" published on by Oxford University Press.
Sir Edmund Andros (6 December – 24 February ) was an English colonial administrator in North America. He was the governor of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence.
At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland. Sir Edmund Andros (6 December – 24 February ) was an English colonial administrator in North was known most notably for his governorship of the Dominion of New England during most of its three-year existence.
At other times, Andros served as governor of the provinces of New York, East and West Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland. Sir Edmund AndrosSir Edmund Andros (), an English colonial governor in America, was an able though arbitrary administrator.
Because his regime conflicted with the interests of colonial Puritan leaders, he became a symbol of oppression. Source for information on Sir Edmund Andros: Encyclopedia of World Biography dictionary.
Full text of "The Andros tracts: being a collection of pamphlets and official papers issued during the period between the overthrow of the Andros government and the establishment of the second charter of Massachusetts" See other formats. Sir Edmund Andros. 4th Colonial Governor of New York; In office 9 February – 18 April Preceded by: Anthony Colve: Succeeded by: Thomas Dongan: Bailiff of Guernsey; In office – Preceded by: Amias Andros: Succeeded by: Jean de Sausmarez: Governor of the Dominion of New England (Governor-in-chief of New England) In office.
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Increase Mather, (born JDorchester, Massachusetts Bay Colony [U.S.]—died AugBoston), Boston Congregational minister, author, and educator, who was a determining influence in the councils of New England during the crucial period when leadership passed into the hands of the first native-born generation.
He was the son of Richard Mather, son-in-law of. Sir Edmund Andros, - Edmund Andros Edmund Andros was born on month dayat birth place, to Amice Andros.
Amice was born on September 5in Sausmarez Manor, Sausmarez Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands. ANDROS, Sir EDMUND (–), colonial governor, was the second son of a Guernsey gentleman belonging to Charles I's household. He was appointed gentleman in ordinary to the Queen of Bohemia inserved in the regiment of foot sent to America inwas major in Rupert's dragoons inand succeeded his father as bailiff of Guernsey in.
ONCERNING the ancestry of Sir Edmund Andros, the sole printed authority is the memoir in the History of Guernsey by Jonathan Duncan, (London, ,) which occupies about three pages in that book. This sketch has been copied by Dr. E.B. O'Callaghan in his "Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York," (ii.
), and also in a note in Woolley's Journal .Andros remains a notorious figure in New England, especially in Connecticut. Connecticut officially excludes him from its list of colonial governors, but his portrait hangs in the Hall of Governors in the State Museum across from the State Capitol in Hartford.
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