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Sir George Carteret - Wikipedia


Vice Admiral Sir George Carteret, 1st Baronet ( c. 1610—18 January 1680 N.S.), son of Elias de Carteret, was a royalist statesman in Jersey and England, who ...

Sir George Carteret, Baronet | British politician | Britannica.com


Dec 5, 2014 ... British Royalist politician and colonial proprietor of New Jersey. A British naval officer and lieutenant governor of Jersey, Carteret made the ...

Carteret, Sir George - Infoplease


Carteret, Sir George , c.1610–1680, proprietor of East Jersey . He served in the British navy, fought for the royalists, and became.

Sir George Carteret, Biography - RootsWeb - Ancestry.com


Sir George Carteret, Baronet, was born in the Island of Jersey in 1599, his father, Helier Carteret, being then Deputy Governor of that Island. He entered the Navy ...

Carolina Lords Proprietors - Sir George Carteret, Baronet - Carolana


Sir George Carteret, Baronet (baptized on May 6, 1610 - January 14, 1680) came of old French stock on the Channel Island of Jersey, which he held for King ...

CARTERET, Sir George, 1st Bt. (c.1610-80), of Whitehall and ...


CARTERET, Sir George, 1st Bt. (c.1610-80), of Whitehall and Hawnes, Beds. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1660-1690, ed.

The Sir George Carteret, Jersey. - Randalls


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Sir George Carteret - The Civil War


Carteret, SIR GEORGE, English naval officer; born in St. Ouen, Jersey, in 1599. Charles I. appointed him governor of the Island of Jersey; and when the civil war  ...

the founding of new jersey - Digital Library Project


For this great estate Sir George and Lord Berkeley had to pay only ten shillings a year and a peppercorn. Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. Nicholls of ...

New Jersey founder Sir George Carteret to get statue in home island ...


Jan 8, 2014 ... Sir George Carteret, a Jersey royalist who helped shelter King Charles II while Oliver Cromwell controlled England was gifted the land now ...

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Sir George Carteret (Treasurer of the Navy 1660-7, Vice ...


Sir George Carteret, as depicted here was a staunch supporter of both Charles I and Charles II. His unqualified loyalty to both father and son during the Civil War  ...

Sir George Carteret - a summary of his life - theislandwiki


Aug 25, 2013 ... Sir George Carteret (1610–1680) was Bailiff of Jersey when King Charles I was executed and had his son Charles II proclaimed King in Jersey.

The Founding of the Quaker colony of West Jersey - USHistory.org


In the year 1664, the Duke of York, proprietary of the province of New York, assigned to Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret the tract of country to the east of ...