2 edition of William Rotch (1734-1828) of Nantucket found in the catalog.
William Rotch (1734-1828) of Nantucket
Edouard A. Stackpole
|Series||Newcomen Address,, 1950|
|LC Classifications||HC102.5.R6 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||50013783|
William Rotch was the owner of the famous ship “Bedford,” which first displayed the American flag in British waters; this was in Downs Feb. 3, William Rotch (3), son of William (2), was born in , in Nantucket, Mass. He moved to New Bedford soon after the Revolutionary war, and there spent the remainder of his life. William Rotch Ware. THE GEORGIAN PERIOD. 6 VOLUMES. BEING PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEASURED DRAWINGS OF COLONIAL WORK WITH TEXT. Illustrated. U.P.C. Book Company, New York. Edition. All books are in the condition stated above. Please examine photos for condition details. I will answer any questions you may have as quickly as possible. We combine Seller Rating: % positive.
Home» Index and Handbook to Daniel Ricketson’s “The History of New Bedford”. The History of New Bedford (), Daniel Ricketson: Index and Handbook of Ricketson’s World and Book. Preface. After a first, or even a second, reading, The History of New Bedford may seem a rambling collection of anecdotes (some twice-, or even thrice-told) of people largely lost in time. 1 print: wood engraving. Photo, Print, Drawing [Cottage-villa in the rural Gothic style, residence of William J. Rotch of New Bedford, Mass., built from the plans of Mr. Davis: front elevation].
William B. Rotch of Peterborough, N.H., a longtime resident of Milford, died Feb. 1, , at RiverMead Retirement Community in Peterborough. He was years old. He was married for 68 years to Martha (Patty) McLane Rotch, who died in New Bedford, Mass.: William J. Rotch house, 7 Orchard St., various dates. Seven black and white and one color photograph of the Gothic cottage built by William J. Rotch. Photo. # is mounted with photographs of two unidentified New Bedford houses.
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He is the son of William, Sr. and Elizabeth (Barney) Rotch. An Underground railroad agent in New England, Quaker Philanthropist William Rotch, Jr., of Nantucket aided slaves arriving by ship in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Inhe and his father William Rotch, Sr. helped to end enslavement of mariners aboard local Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, New Bedford, Bristol. William Rotch and Timothy Folger were influential in negotiating the outcome of Nantucket's trading prospects. William Rotch. Of all the individuals on Nantucket during the situation infew had more influence on local affairs than William Rotch ().
Rotch was born on the island inand had inherited considerable wealth from. Memorandum written by William Rotch in the eightieth year of his age [Rotch, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Memorandum written by Author: William Rotch. The Georgian Period: A Series Of Measured Drawings Of Colonial Work, Part 11 [Ware, William Rotch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Georgian Period: A Series Of Measured Drawings Of Colonial Work, Part 11 Author: William Rotch Ware.
Scope and Content Note. Papers in this collection reflect the activities of Rotch family members between In particular, these materials focus on the business affairs of William Rotch Sr.
(), William Rotch Jr. (), three of the younger William's sons, William Rodman (), Joseph (), and Thomas (), and Joseph's son, William James Rotch ( PETERBOROUGH - William B. Rotch of Peterborough, a longtime resident of Milford, died Feb.
1,at RiverMead Retirement Community in Peterborough. He was years old. He was married for Title William Rotch of Nantucket, Contributor Names Jones, Augustine, [from old catalog] Created / Published.
By Sarah Crabtree A member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and therefore a pacifist, William Rotch vehemently opposed the wars for independence and empire during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
As a result, the governments of three different countries accused him of disloyalty between and Rotch’s incredible story begins. The William J.
Rotch Gothic Cottage is a historic cottage on 19 Irving Street in New Bedford, Gothic Revival cottage was built in to a design by noted New York City architect Alexander Jackson was built for William J. Rotch, a member of one of New Bedford's leading whaling families.
It is for these two associations that it was designated a National Historic Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.
William Rotch, a prominent Nantucket shipowner and devout island Quaker died at age 94 on He was a businessman who owned a large 18th Century whaling and shipping business and helped make Nantucket the third-largest port in. William Rotch, Jr.
Image courtesy: Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum William Rotch Jr. was for decades the wealthiest man and whaling merchant in New Bedford. He built and owned whaling vessels, and transported and sold whale oil and bone in national and international markets. Genealogy for Sen. William Rotch ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
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Wister, Jr., William Rotch William Rotch Wister, Jr., of Palm Beach, FL, died Novem at age Known as "Billy" by most of his close friends, he was an accomplished bridge player. Buy Memorandum Written by William Rotch in the Eightieth Year of His Age by William Rotch online at Alibris.
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People Projects Discussions SurnamesChildren: Mary Stockton Rotch. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stackpole, Edouard A., William Rotch () of Nantucket.
New York, Newcomen Society in North America, The Georgian Period | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Biography. William Rotch was born 15 December (Tenth month) to Joseph Rotch and Love Macy in Nantucket.
William married Elizabeth Barney on 31 December (Tenth month) in Nantucket. They had eight children. William died on 16 May in New Bedford, : Elizabeth (Barney) Rotch.
William Rotch, Almand Coleman and C. Ray Smith University of Virginia - Darden School of Business, affiliation not provided to SSRN and University of Virginia -. Save 84% off the newsstand price! County Street, New Bedford, MA - United States Website Facebook Twitter Built by shipwrights in for whaling merchant William Rotch Jr.Buy william rotch ware Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includ The Georgian Period, The Georgian Period and more from william rotch .Thomas’ was born to Quaker parents, William and Elizabeth Rotch.
William was a partner in the firm of Joseph Rotch & Co. (later William Rotch and Sons), with headquarters in Nantucket and New Bedford, Massachusetts and later a branch in Dunkirk, France.
The firm engaged in the whaling and shipping industry, and also owned a [ ].