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John Whitson and the merchant community of Bristol.

McGrath, Patrick

John Whitson and the merchant community of Bristol.

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Published by Bristol Branch of the Historical Association in Bristol .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bristol (England),
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Whitson, John, 1555?-1629.,
    • Merchants -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
    • Bristol (England) -- Commerce -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreBiography.
      SeriesHistorical Association. Bristol Branch. Local history pamphletsdfs,, 25, Local history pamphlets ;, no. 25.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.B8 H5 no. 25, HF3514.5 H5 no. 25
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[2], 23, [4] p.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5342104M
      ISBN 100901388068
      LC Control Number72196077
      OCLC/WorldCa534172

      JAY, JOHN, merchant of Bristol, participant in North American ventures between and ; d. Jay’s identity is puzzling; he was certainly the nephew of John Jay, tucker, of Bristol, thought to have died in , and may have been the .


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JOHN WHITSON AND THE MERCHANT COMMUNITY OF BRISTOL The Frederick Creech Jones Memorial Lecture delivered in the University of Bnstol, November It is a pleasure as well as a privilege to deliver one of the Frederick Creech Jones Memorial 1Lectures on Briistol history. B)jistolians have only too often treated with scant respect their.

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The Society of Merchant Venturers. Established under Royal Charter inthe men and women of the Society of Merchant Venturers work with and support people and communities from the wider Bristol area.

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John Whitson, merchant, Mayor and Member of Parliament for Bristol. dies inbequeathing monies for a hospital for John Whitson and the merchant community of Bristol. book poor women children’ to be ‘apparelled in Red Cloth’.The Red Maids School is originally in Denmark Street next to the present-day Hippodrome, but moves to Westbury-on-Trym in Views: 68K.

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Patrick. CANADA phone book entries 9 3. ENGLAND 10 * James WHITSON b England. * wills *c Bristol, to Virginia 9 *s. Sir Alexander WHITSON * Wm J WHITSON Northumberland to Edinburgh to Auckland 11 4. The history of the Society of Merchant Venturers of the City of Bristol; with some account of the anterior Merchants' Guilds by Latimer, John, or Pages: The following entries give the baptisms of Patrick WHITSON who married Margaret LOW, & his brothers & sisters.

Elizabeth daughter to John WHITSON in Lietfie was baptised 21st. Margaret daughter to John WHITSON in Lietfie was baptised. Patrick son to John WHITSON in Lietfy was baptised. John son to John. McGrath, Patrick, John Whitson and the Merchant Community of London, Bristol: BBHA McKinley, Catherine, Indigo, London: Bloomsbury Minchinton, Walter, The Port of Bristol in the Eighteenth Century, Bristol: BBHA Morris, Robert Textiles and Materials of the Common Man and Woman Bristol: Stuart Patrick McGrath is actually at least two authors: one is the author of books on the social and economic history of Bristol (b.

); and the other is a popular contemporary author (b. The OCD Answer Book is by Patrick B. McGrath. Edward Colston () the son of a Bristol merchant was involved in the transatlantic slave trade as a member of the Royal African Company.

He also traded in cloth and wine from Europe, and sugar from St Kitts in the Caribbean. When he died he left the modern equivalent of £5 million pounds to various Bristol charities and churches. GUY, JOHN (d. ?), governor of Newfoundland, a citizen and merchant venturer of Bristol, was admitted to the corporation of the city inand was sheriff in In he and others belonging to the society of merchant venturers took into consideration a letter received by the mayor from Chief-justice Popham touching the.

John Whitson (c – ) was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and He also founded The Red Maid's School Whitson was a merchant and alderman of Bristol.

He was Sheriff in Inhe was elected Member of Parliament for 46 pins. The history of the Society of Merchant Venturers of the City of Bristol, with some account of the anterior merchants' guilds by Latimer, John, Pages: The Merchant Seamen of Bristol, [Jonathan Press] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Merchant Seamen of Bristol, Even more intrepid were those who set sail for unknown lands. In Bristol merchant John Jay funded a voyage to seek 'the Isle of Brasil' to the far west. The ship sailed for months finding no land and was driven to a port in Ireland. Yet Bristol merchants were undeterred.

Other ships were sent on the same quest. McGrath (Patrick) JOHN WHITSON AND THE MERCHANT COMMUNITY OF BRISTOL. Illusts, 23pp, original printed card covers. Illusts, 23pp, original printed card covers. Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, £ Excerpt from The Diary of John Hervey: First Earl of Bristol, With Extracts From His Book of Expenses, to ; With Appendices and Notes Ickworth, South Front, toto face p.

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JOHN WHITSON AND THE MERCHANT COMMUNITY OF BRISTOL. Historical Association (Bristol Branch). Most merchants who put money into the slaving voyages had a wide range of other trading interests. Edward Colston was a Bristol-born but London-based slave trader.

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From inside the book. What Depositions Draft duties Education Edward Colston emigration Endowed established examination fees files granted Hall House James John land lease Letter. Since its foundation in by John Whitson, Lord Mayor and MP for Bristol, the school has been dedicated to creating opportunities for girls and young women.

In spite of accumulating enormous personal wealth as a merchant, John Whitson outlived all three of his daughters. * From Jim WHITSON via Alan SMITH 0 William James WHITSON (b Northumberland) 4 children.

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untila Bristol city councillor from untilsheriff of Bristol in /7, mayor in /8, and master of the Society of Merchant Venturers-the most prestigious mercantile body in the city-in His contribution to the civic life of Bristol was such that, long before his death inhe was referred to as 'king of Bristol'.

McGrath, Patrick John Whitson and the Merchant Community of Bristol. Historical Association, Bristol Branch. Palmer, W. A Century of Weston- super-Mare by: Many merchants combined overseas operations with the maintenance of a workshop or retail establishment, making the merchant community both large and diverse.

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