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Between the President and councill of New-England on the one part, and Sir Ferdinando Gorges, of London, Knight, and Captain John Mason, of London, Esquire, on ye other part: Witnesseth, that whereas our said Sovereigne Lord King James, for the making of a plantation and establishing a colony or colonies in ye country called or knowne by ye. Gorges wrote that “this accident must be acknowledged the means under God of putting on foot and giving life to all our plantations.” With the peace of Sir Ferdinando, like other professional soldiers, some of whom went to Virginia, was rather at a loose end.
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He is also said to have been connected with the ships of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. I found an item in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, V. 7, p. , that Capt. John Martin had made accusation answered by Sir George Yeardley saying Stallings had died and the provisions of the ship were owned by Sir Ferdinando Gorges. This indenture made the seventeenth day of September, Anno Domini , and in the eleventh year of the reign of our sovereign lord Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc., between Sir Ferdinando Gorges of London, Knight, on the one part, and Captain John Mason of London, Esquire, on the other part, witnesses that whereas our.
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v. A briefe narration of the originall undertakings of the advancement of plantations into the parts of America by Sir Ferdinando Gorges London, E.
Brudenell, for N. Brook, A breefe answer to certayne false, slanderous, and idle objections made agaynst Sr : Sir Ferdinando Gorges, (born c. probably at Wraxall, Somerset, Eng.—diedLong Ashton, Gloucestershire), British proprietary founder of Maine, who promoted, though unsuccessfully, the colonization of New England along aristocratic lines.
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando was an army officer and promoter of colonization in America. He was the second son of Edward Gorges (d. ) and Cicely Lygon of Wraxall, Somerset. The year of his birth was estimated for some time atbut it appears to be reasonably Sir Ferdinando Gorges.
book that he was born between 31 May and 23 July at the family's suburban London home in Clerkenwell, where his father died. Ferdinando GORGES (Sir Knight) 2. Edward GORGES of Charlton (Sir) Edward GORGES of Charlton (Sir) Born: 5 Sep Died: 16 Dec Father: Edward GORGES (Esq.) Mother: Cicely LYGON.
Married: Dorothy SPEKE (dau. of Sir George Speke and Elizabeth Luttrell) Children: 1. Robert GORGES. Sir Ferdinando Gorges and His Province of Maine.
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He served in Holland against the Spanish and in France in support of Henry IV's struggle for the French throne. While in France he was knighted by the Earl of Essex. Sir Ferdinando Gorges and His Province of Maine: A briefe narration of the originall undertakings of the advancement of plantation into the parts of American by Sir Ferdinando Gorges.
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The two men who were chiefly concerned in the founding of these colonies were Sir Ferdinando Gorges and Captain John Mason. They were both eager colonists, and they both got several charters and patents from the King, and from the New England Company.
Gorges and Mason. Sir Ferdinando Gorges,Naval and Military Commander, Father of English Colonization in America. Gorges of Plymouth Fort book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(2).
GORGES, Sir FERDINANDO (?–), naval and military commander, governor of Plymouth, the ‘father of English colonisation in America,’ of a family said to have been settled in Somersetshire from the time of Henry I, and holding estates in the parish of Wraxall from the time of Edward II, was the younger son of Edward Gorges of Wraxall, whose great-grandfather, Edmund Gorges, married Anne, eldest Children: Robert Gorges.
[America Painted to the Life, by Ferdinando Gorges, Esq. (4to, –9), is a series of pamphlets edited by John's son. One of these, A Briefe Narration of the Originall Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations into the Parts of America, especially showing the Beginning, Progress, and Continuance of that of New England, by Sir Ferdinando Gorges, is the basis of all other accounts of.
A majority of the surviving ruins appear to date from the late Cmid C17, when the Gorges family lived there. Sir Ferdinando Gorges (c) was governor of Plymouth and formed two companies to colonise New England. He founded the settlement of New Plymouth in and became the first Governor of Maine in.
Ferdinando Gorges was was born at Long Ashton, Somersetshire, in or Education Very little documentation exists regarding his education. Career In Gorges was captured by a ship of the Spanish Armada and held prisoner for some time.Sir Ferdinando Gorges’ interest in New England seems to have been for financial gain and not religious fervor.
Was that the same for Thomas? The first evidence of Thomas in. GORGES, Sir Ferdinando (c. ) and others. America Painted to the Life. The true history of The Spaniards Proceedings in the Conquests of the Indians As also, Of the Original Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations into those parts; With a perfect Relation of our English Discoveries More especially, an absolute Narrative of the North parts of America, and of the .