|Statement||by Vincent T. Harlow|
|LC Classifications||DA462 C6 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
Codrington, Christopher, , Colonial administrators -- Great Britain -- Biography, Colonial administrators -- West Indies -- Biography, Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Biography, Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary, , Leeward Islands (West Indies) -- History Publisher Oxford: Clarendon Press CollectionPages: Christopher Codrington is known as an Oxford scholar, a man of letters, a soldier and a Governor-General in the West Indies in the reigns of William III and Anne. This biography, first published by the Clarendon Press in , sheds light on the condition of England and its colonies in his time. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harlow, Vincent T. (Vincent Todd), Christopher Codrington, Oxford, Clarendon. Christopher Codrington, by Vincent Todd Harlow (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 7.
CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (–), soldier, was born at Barbadoes in His father, also Christopher Codrington, was captain-general of the Leeward Islands. Young Codrington was sent to England to be educated, and went to school at Enfield under Dr. Wedale. From Enfield in he passed as a gentleman commoner to Christ Church, Oxford. Christopher Codrington (–), British soldier and colonial governor in Antigua and Barbuda Sir Edward Codrington, (–), British admiral George Codrington (born ), Canadian cricketer. Christopher Codrington Christopher Codrington in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Christopher Codrington was born in , in Barbados. Christopher passed . Barbados in ; the second Codrington died in Antigua in ; the third Codrington died in Barbados in 3 Wippel in Diocesan History of Barbados, p. 65, says that Codrington arrived in V. T. Harlow, in Christopher Codrington, (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, ), puts the date at Probably neither is accurate.
The Codrington Plantations were two historic sugarcane producing estates on the island of Barbados, established in the 17th Century by Christopher Codrington (c. – ) and his father of the same name. Sharing the characteristics of many plantations of the period in their reliance on slave labour, their particular significance was as a part of a charitable bequest in , on the death Location: Barbados. See also Christopher Codrington on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Codrington, Christopher CODRINGTON, CHRISTOPHER (–), British soldier and colonial governor, whose father was captain-general of the Leeward Isles, was born in the island of Barbados, West. Frances married Slaver of Barbados Codrington Christopher son of Codrington Robert and Stubbes Anne Christopher was born in in Circa. He died in in Circa,,Barbados. He is son2. He is Christopher III in Harlow's book. He helps introduce sugar . A sermon preach'd at the funeral of the honourable Colonel Christopher Codrington late captain general and governor in chief of Her Majesty's Carribbee Islands, who departed this life at his seat in Barbadoes, on Good-Friday, the 7th of April, , and was interr'd .