Records Susan Myra Kingsbury, ed. Washington, D. Oxford, Or Relations Of The World Sabin, Dictionary Joseph Sabin et al. New York, XX, containing the bibliography of Capt. John Smith, was prepared by Wilberforce Eames over a period of 25 years or more and was published in , with an independent reprint. Siebert, "Virginia Algonquian" Frank T.
Siebert, Jr. Crawford, ed. STC A. Pollard and G. Redgrave, comps. London, ; repr.
Remembering Jake Burton Carpenter
Louis B. Necessary for all Young Sea-men Description of N. Map of Va.
A Map of Virginia. London, , Oxford, [Pt. II of Map of Va. Sea Grammar A Sea Grammar The Biographical Directory has been specifically designed to direct the reader through the more obscure byways of Elizabethan and Jacobean biography, with particular reference to the works of Capt.
No "famous" personage has been listed unless there is some direct connection with Smith, and the extent to which the biographies are detailed has been determined by either the amount of firm information available or the significance of the personage in Smith's career. The Directory thus falls short of adhering to a precise pattern, as it also falls short of providing sources in every case. Practicality has been the editor's basic principle, and this has eliminated detailed references to I sources in little-known languages such as Rumanian, Turkish, and Hungarian, and 2 the very many notes made by the editor over nearly twenty years in nearly three dozen archives in the United States, England, France, Austria, Spain, Italy, and such cities as Munich, Istanbul, Copenhagen, and so on.
To cite the former would be idle because of the languages and the scarcity of sources in other than major libraries; to cite the latter would take more space than is practical. In short, this is a directory, not an encyclopedia. The short titles listed below have been used for the principle sources, in addition to those given in the Short Titles list for this volume.
Hicks Family Genealogy | History
A few particularly pertinent, isolated works are named in the Biographical Directory with full bibliographical details. The Encyclopedia Britannica , 11th ed. Cambridge, Encyclopaedia of Islam , 1st ed. Leiden, ; new ed. I-IV Leiden, Enciclopedia Italiana di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti , 36 vols. Rome and Milan, Gookin and Barbour, Gosnold Warner F. Gookin and Philip L. Paris, Greg, Licensers W. Greg, Licensers for the Press, Etc. Hind, Engraving Arthur M. Jester, Adventurers Annie Lash Jester, ed. Koeman, Atlantes Cornelis Koeman, ed. Bibliography of Amsterdam, McKerrow, Dictionary R.
McKerrow, gen. Plomer, Dictionary Henry R. Plomer, Short History Henry R.
Quinn and Alison M. Quinn, eds. Robert's grandmother Catherine Willoughby, dowager duchess of Suffolk, had been an ardent Puritan. His other grandmother, Margaret Golding, was related to the Gosnolds and the Wingfields, with whom Smith set out for Virginia. His wife, Elizabeth Montagu, could well have had a part in Smith's being appointed to the council in Virginia, and after the Virginia episode, Robert himself could have introduced Smith to the theatrical clique, including Richard Gunnell q. None of these helping hands can be identified in documents, yet it is surely worth mentioning that Robert Bertie or his shade seems to be standing by at nearly every event in John Smith's eventful life.
Genealogical tables for the Bertie family are in Barbour, Three Worlds , Butler's sister married John Cornelius q. See DNB. Philadelphia, Codrington, Memoir of the Family of Codrington of Codrington Letchworth, Herts. Nathaniel Butler q. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton London, . William Crashaw q. George at Sagadahoc in Maine George As a skilled pilot he spent most of these two years commanding the Mary and John or the Gifte of God carrying colonists to and from Sagadahoc.
The journal of the voyage of the Mary and John in , used by William Strachey q. Stuart Hood New York, A genealogical table of the Gosnold family, as well as pertinent ties, is in Barbour, Three Worlds , RICHARD , younger cousin of Richard Hakluyt, the lawyer; preacher, advocate of English expansion overseas, geographer, editor, translator, and broadly one of the "key figures in a group of intellectual clerics"; see D. Quinn, ed. He is one of the dedicatees of Smith's Advertisements. It is notable that her father's brother Charles and his first cousins Queen Anne Boleyn and Queen Catherine Howard were all three executed, and Frances's own first cousin the premier duke of England, Thomas, duke of Norfolk, also died on the scaffold.
Lawrence in ; failing in this, he traded in Algiers from to , pursued pirates in the Mediterranean from to , and later set out for Guiana, where he attempted in to settle a colony on the modern Oyapock River, only to die on board the ship sent to relieve him; this was the voyage in which Smith "should have beene a partie" True Travels , 49 ; Leigh was a younger brother of Sir Oliph, "an encourager of maritime enterprise"; see DNB , and DCB.
Manwaring and W. Perrin, eds. JOHN c. Laura Polanyi Striker, Dr. Franz Pichler, and this editor to identify him, no firm case has yet been made; see Introduction to Fragment J, Vol. Craven and Walter B. Hayward, eds. Records , III, Charles Leigh q. Martin's, Ludgate, and appointed chaplain to the archbishop of Canterbury in ; Richard Hakluyt q.
Leo Lemay, ed. SPELMAN, HENRY , Jamestown colonist, 2d supply; son of Erasmus Spelman, the brother of Sir Henry, the well-known antiquarian; all doubt regarding the identity of young Henry was removed many years ago by the discovery of the will of his great-uncle, in which he was disinherited VMHB , XV , ; in trouble at home, he continued his independent way in Virginia, but was killed by treachery; see particularly the Generall Historie , , , , , Culliford, William Strachey, Charlottesville, Va.
William of Crashaw q.
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