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Lieutenant-General Sir William Pepperrell, bart.

by Everett Pepperrell Wheeler

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Published by Press of J. J. Little & co. in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pepperrell, William, Sir, 1696-1759.,
  • Jarvis, William, 1770-1859.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE198 .P436
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p.l., 14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23364549M
    LC Control Number17022216

    Pepperrell Collection, – MS Provenance: The Pepperrell Collection was a bequest of the estate of Joseph Frost in Citation: Pepperrell Collection (MS), Portsmouth Athenaeum Size: 1 Hollinger boxes [6 linear inches] Processed by: Susan Stowe Kindstedt in Scope and Content. The Pepperrell Collection primarily relates to the business interests of Sir William. 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. by Parsons, Usher Publicado por University of Michigan Library ().

    A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., lieutenant-general in His Majesty's service, &c who died at his seat in Kittery, July 6th, , aged preached the next Lord's-day after his funeral / by: Stevens, Benjamin, Published: (). Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Everett Pepperrell Wheeler.

    Daughter of Grove Hirst and Elizabeth Hirst Wife of Sir William Pepperrell and Sir William Pepperell, 1st Baronet Mother of Elizabeth Sparhawk; Andrew H. C. Pepperell; William Pepperell and Margery Pepperell. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: todayChildren: Andrew H. C. Pepperell, William Pepperell, Elizabeth Sparhawk, Margery Pepperell. Sir William Pepperrell and His Family John Singleton Copley, American, (oil on canvas) North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. The American War of Independence () was .


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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 Paperback – Aug by Usher Parsons (Author)Author: Usher Parsons. Internet Archive BookReaderThe life of Sir William Pepperrell, bart., the only native of New England who was created a baronet during our connection with the mother country.

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You can also try one of the other formats of the book. 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 England.

He received a limited formal education and joined his father as a partner in the senior Pepperrell's mercantile firm. The following year Pepperrell became the only native American to receive a commission as lieutenant-general in the British army.

The honour came almost too late, for by May he was dangerously ill. He lingered on for two months more, Lieutenant-General Sir William Pepperrell then on Friday, 6 JulySir William Pepperrell died. In commemoration of the courage and wisdom of Col.

William Pepperrell, Born in DevonshireDied in Kittery And of his son Sir William Pepperrell Bart. Born in KitteryDied in Kittery Chief Justice of Common Pleas, President of the Council of Massachusetts.

He commanded the Colonial Forces at the successful siege of Louisburg Burial: Pepperell Family Plot, Kittery Point, York County. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "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" See other formats.

The Life Of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart By Usher ParsonsHardcover Life Of - $ Life Of Sir William Pepperrell, Siege Of Louisbourg Military History 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.

One of the wealthiest men in New England, Sir William Pepperrell paid dearly for his loyalty to the Crown. The family was forced into exile, but not before the tragic death of Lady Pepperrell.

Thus the portrait Sir William commissioned from Copley is an elaborate fiction, the family made whole again. 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 his son, William Pepperrell. PEPPERRELL, WILLIAM, merchant, father of Sir William Pepperrell*, who commanded the New England forces against Louisbourg in ; b.son of Andrew and Joan Pepperrell of Revelstoke, Devonshire; married Margery Bray, daughter of a prosperous shipbuilder of Kittery Point, Me., by whom he had eight children; d.

15 Feb. /34 at Kittery Point. Get this from a library. A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., lieutenant-general in His Majesty's service, & c: who died at his seat in Kittery, July 6th,aged preached the next Lord's-day after his funeral.

[Benjamin Stevens. 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 : 6 July () (aged 63) Kittery Point.

Get this from a library. A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Sir William Pepperrell, Bart: lieutenant-general in His Majesty's service, &c. Who died at his seat in Kittery, July 6th,aged Preached the next Lord's-Day after his funeral.

[Benjamin Stevens; Mary Pepperrell, Lady]. Portrait of Lieutenant-general Sir William Pepperrell Bart: Portrait of Beaumarchais: Portrait of a man by the name of Berenice: Portrait of Thomas N. Beutou: Portraits of Captain James Biddle & Captain Johnston Blakele: Portrait of R.D. Blackmore: Portrait of Louise Francoise De La Baume Le Blanc, Duchesse De La Valliere.

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. Sir William Pepperrell, 1st Baronet (not the subject of this article, but his adopted heir) and his family, by John Singleton Copley, He was made a baronet for his exploits inthe first American so honoured, and given a colonel's commission in the British Army to raise his own regiment.

Pepperell baronets, of Boston () Sir William Pepperell, 1st Baronet (–) Pepperell baronets, of Boston () Sir William Pepperell, 1st Baronet (died ) References. Leigh Rayment's list of baronets ; George Edward Cokayne, The Complete Baronetage, volume V () pp.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).

Lieutenant-General Sir Redvers Buller Summary Book/Printed Material Book/Printed Material The life of Sir William Pepperrell, bart., the only native of New England who was created.

Sir William Pepperrell by Nathanial Hawthorne. Wikipedia. Photo Resources: Portrait of Pepperrell by John Smibert, map of New England. Landing troops at Louisburg.

¾ view portrait of William Pepperrell (black and white),Library of Congress LC-USZ, Nova Scotian Biographies.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. S. Copley. P./ PEPPERRELL, SIR WILLIAM (), American soldier, was born in Kittery, Maine, then a part of Massachusetts, on the 27th of June He studied surveying and navigation, and joined his father in his ship-building, fishing and general trading business, quickly becoming one of the wealthiest and most influential men in the province.