4 edition of The Life Of Sir William Pepperrell found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||364|
Object Details Artist John Singleton Copley, 3 Jul - 9 Sep Sitter William Pepperrell, - Elizabeth Royall Pepperrell Unidentified Children. Sir William Pepperell was an American colonial merchant and soldier. Home. Log In Once logged in, you can add biography in the database. Directories Newly added. Create Biography.
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The Life of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart: The Only Native of New England who was Created a Baronet During Our Connection with the Mother Country Usher Parsons Little, Brown, - Louisbourg (N.S.) - pages. Internet Archive BookReader The life of Sir William Pepperrell, bart., the only native of New England who was created a baronet during our connection with the mother country.
Sir William Pepperrell, Baronet, colonial American merchant, politician, and soldier who in commanded land forces that, with a British fleet, captured the French fortress of Louisbourg (in present-day Nova Scotia).
For this exploit in King George’s. The life of Sir William Pepperrell, bart., the only native of New England who was created a baronet during our connection with the mother country.
Sir William Pepperrell, 1st Baronet (27 June – 6 July ) was a merchant and soldier in Colonial Massachusetts. He is widely remembered for organizing, financing, and leading the expedition that captured the French garrison at Fortress Louisbourg during King George's War.
During his day Pepperrell was called "the hero of Louisburg," a victory celebrated in the name Died: 6 July () (aged 63) Kittery Point. The Life of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., the Only Native of New England Who Was Created a Baronet During Our Connection with the Mother Country [Parsons, Usher ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Life of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., the Only Native of New England Who Was Created a Baronet During Our Connection with the Author: Usher Parsons. PEPPERRELL, Sir WILLIAM, merchant-shipowner, commander of the colonial forces that took Louisbourg, Île Royale (Cape Breton Island), in ; b.
27 June (o.s.) at Kittery Point, Massachusetts (now in Maine), son of William Pepperrell* and Margery Bray; m. to Mary Hirst, daughter of a wealthy Boston merchant and granddaughter of Judge Samuel Sewall, the.
To the Uttermost of My Power: The Life and Times of Sir William Pepperrell, [Brayall, Richard A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. To the Uttermost of My Power: The Life and Times of Sir William Pepperrell, Author: Richard A.
Brayall. These skulls inside the Pepperrell Tomb are likely the remains of various members of the Pepperrell family, including (possibly) Sir William. The photo was probably taken in the s by descendant and local historian Joseph Frost, as it was discovered tucked into a book he had given the Atheneum (Joseph W.P.
Frost Collection, Portsmouth Atheneum). Pepperrell was the only colonist to ever receive a royal title, according to Estes. The tombstone, which is about years old, was brought over from Great Britain. The memorial tablet was erected by the Pepperrell Association much later, inalmost years after Sir William Pepperrell died.
The life of Sir William Pepperell, bart.: the only native of New England who was created a baronet during our connection with the mother country Contributor Names Parsons, Usher, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress).
A few years after sitting for the portrait, Elizabeth caught the eye of fellow New England aristocrat, William Pepperrell. Young William, from Kittery Point, Maine, was the great-grandson of a Welsh orphan who had parlayed a fishing sloop at the Isles of Shoals into a small fortune that was further expanded by the commercial dealings and real estate investments of.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Sir William Pepperrell (27 Jun –6 Jul ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
citing Pepperell Family Plot, Kittery Point, York County, Maine, USA ; Maintained by Plantagenet Princess (contributor ). Title: Sir William Pepperrell (–) and His Family Date: Artist: John Singleton Copley Dimensions: 90 x in.
( x cm) Frame: 1/2 x 3/4 in. ( x cm) Medium: Oil on canvas Credit Line: Purchased with funds from the State of North Carolina Object Number: Culture: American Signed: At lower left: J. Copley. P./ Pepperrell, Sir William. PEPPERRELL, SIR WILLIAM.
(–). Colonial merchant and military officer, first American-born baronet. Born at Kittery, Maine, on 27 JuneWilliam Pepperrell was the son of one of the most prosperous merchants in New received a limited formal education and joined his father as a partner in the senior Pepperrell's mercantile.
THE liberal patronage bestowed on the first and second editions induces the author to prepare a third one, containing a likeness of Sir William Pepperrell at the age of fiftyfive years, engraved from a portrait painted in London, by Symbert, in PROVIDENCE, R.
I., Nov. 1, Page VI. Page VII P R E F ACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. THE favor. Genre/Form: Electronic books Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Parsons, Usher, Life of Sir William Pepperrell, bart., the only native of New England who was created a baronet during our connection with the mother country.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Mollie Miles, who was enslaved by the Kittery family of Sir William Pepperrell, was interviewed by a reporter in a life that spanned years.
William Black, often listed as “Black Will,” managed to obtain his freedom, earn income, buy property, raise a family, and live as a farmer among his predominantly white neighbors. About Sir William Pepperell, 1st Baronet But William Pepperrell b left no son to carry on the name.
So he had adopted his grandson William Pepperrell Sparhawk, son of Colonel Nathaniel Sparhawk, as his heir on the condition that Sparhawk agree to go by the name of Pepperrell, which he did by act of en: Harriet Palmer, William Pepperell, Mary Hurst Mcintosh Congreve, Elizabeth Mary Royall Hutton.
Pepperrell, Sir William, –, American colonial military commander, b. Kittery Point, Maine (then part of Massachusetts). A wealthy merchant, landowner, and businessman, he became a colonel in the colonial militia, was a delegate to the Massachusetts General Court and a member of the governor's council, and was appointed chief justice in The William Pepperrell House is a historic house at 94 Pepperrell Road (Maine State Route ) in Kittery Point, about and later enlarged and restyled, it was at the time of its construction the grandest house in what is now the state of is notable as the birthplace and home of Sir William Pepperrell () a leading businessman of the period whose Location: 94 Pepperrell Road, Kittery Point, Maine.Col.
Pepperell became a shipbuilder, the owner of one of the great colonial shipping firms from which he accumulated much wealth, most of which passed to his son Sir William Pepperell. Col. William Pepperell d. 15 Feb / His wife Margery d. 24 Apr age