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William Franklin, New Jersey"s last royal governor

Gerlach, Larry R.

William Franklin, New Jersey"s last royal governor

by Gerlach, Larry R.

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Published by New Jersey Historical Commission in Trenton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Franklin, William, -- 1731-1813,
  • Franklin, Benjamin, -- 1706-1790,
  • New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature

  • About the Edition

    A biography of Benjamin Franklin"s son, who as royal governor of New Jersey remained loyal to the British crown during the American revolution, securing his father"s lifelong enmity.

    Edition Notes

    StatementLarry R. Gerlach.
    GenreBiography, Juvenile literature
    SeriesNew Jersey"s revolutionary experience -- 13
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23253344M

    Aided and abetted by the board of associated loyalists in New York City, whose most active spirit was William Franklin, the deposed governor of New Jersey, these "Pine Robbers," among whom were many refugees, raided the tidewater regions of Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic, Salem, Gloucester, Camden, and Burlington Counties, their depredations being. The plaque incorrectly states William Paterson was the “First Governor of New Jersey.” “William Paterson was not New Jersey’s first governor,” said Passaic County historian Ed Smyk. He said Paterson was the second governor of New Jersey.

    The missing or alienated original documents listed in the pages linked below are public records of the State of New Jersey defined by New Jersey Statutes as follows: “public records” means any paper, written or printed book, document or drawing, map or plan, photograph, microfilm, sound-recording or similar device, or any copy thereof which has been made or is . 6, records for William Franklin. Find William Franklin's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information.

    Start studying US History chapter 4. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. William Dawes, and Samuel Prescott. Who was the royal governor of New Jersey at the beginning of the American Revolution? William Franklin. Who was given command of the Continental Army in June ? George Washington. Bill Franklin, New Jersey's Royal Governor. Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame. - Benjamin Franklin. Write injuries in dust, benefits in marble. - Ben Franklin again. The old saying "like father, like son" could not be more applicable than it was in the case of William Franklin and his famous father, Benjamin.


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Get this from a library. The Proprietary House in Amboy: official residence of William Franklin, New Jersey's last royal governor. [Willard Sterne Randall]. When the family returned from England, inhe carried a commission from George III to be the Royal Governor of New Jersey, secured in large part based on his father's lobbying efforts.

As Governor, William Franklin signed the charter for Queen's College, which would evolve into Rutgers s: Benjamin Franklin. Inboth divisions of New Jersey were reunited as one royal colony by Queen Anne with a royal governor appointed by the Crown.

Untilthis Province of New Jersey shared its royal governor with the neighboring Province of New York. The Province of New Jersey was governed by appointed governors until William Franklin, the province. 1 William Franklin, the last royal governor of New Jersey, was the natural son of Dr.

Franklin. He was born in ; was appointed governor inand continued in office until he was sent to Connecticut. On his release he went to England, where he died on the 17th of November, 2 Constitutional Gazette, July William Franklin, born inwas the illegitimate son of Benjamin Franklin.

He traveled to England with his father in and married there; upon his return he was appointed governor of New Jersey. He performed his duties well and was highly regarded by Cited by: 4.

The Governor of New Jersey is the head of the executive branch of New Jersey's state government and the commander-in-chief of the state's military governor has a duty to enforce state laws and the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the New Jersey Legislature, to convene the legislature, and to grant pardons, except in cases of treason or Residence: Drumthwacket.

Benjamin and William Franklin explores the issues that divided patriots and loyalists at the time of the American Revolution by examining the lives of Benjamin Franklin - the most internationally renowned American revolutionary - and his son William, the last royal governor of New Jersey, who remained loyal to the British crown.

New Jersey Governor William Franklin is one of the forgotten major players in the American Revolution. By the fall ofhe was the only royal governor in the thirteen rebellious colonies who had not fled or been chased from his post by the mounting tension between the Americans and the mother country.

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "William Franklin, Governor of.

William Franklin (ca. /) was the thirteenth, and last, of New Jersey's royal governors. He was the natural son of Philadelphia printer and diplomat Benjamin Franklin, through whose influence William was appointed to the New Jersey governorship on 9 September See also: Franklin Township, New Jersey; Franklin Lakes, New Jersey Franklin is a borough in Sussex County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the borough's population was 5, reflecting a decline of (%) from the 5, counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by (+%) from the 4, counted in the : Sussex.

Completed in and leased for a decade, Royal Governor William Franklin moved into the home in If the last name sounds familiar, it’s because William was the illegitimate son of founding father and inventor, Benjamin Franklin.

The Story Behind New Jerseys’s Most Haunted House Will Give You Nightmares. : Kristen Koennemann. Visiting the Governor's house in Perth Amboy Well, the reenactment of an arrest -- of William Franklin, the last Royal Governor of New Jersey. As befits his title, Franklin was a Loyalist allied with the government of Great Britain during the time of the American Revolution.

His home, known as the Proprietary House, survives, representing. The last royal governor was William Franklin, the natural son of Benjamin Franklin.

However, the two proprietary organizations continued to act as landlords, holding title to all unclaimed land in New Jersey. Under the royal government, local self-rule was curtailed and the colony was bound more closely to England.

William Franklin, son of Benjamin Franklin, was the last of the royal governors of New Jersey. A conditional State constitution was adopted in the Provincial Congress at Burlington, July 2,and a State government was organized with William Livingston as governor.

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He was accused of many “evils” by his detractors—among them, dressing in women’s clothes on a daily basis to emulate his cousin, Queen Anne.

Our last royal governor was William Franklin, natural son of the great patriot Benjamin Franklin. When William accepted his commission inhe was a politician of great promise. There are 24 phone book listings for people that are named William Franklin in New Jersey.

These people are located in 22 cities. The cities are Beachwood NJ, Brick NJ, Carteret NJ, Columbus NJ, Edison NJ, Gibbstown NJ, Glassboro NJ, Hawthorne NJ, Highland Lks NJ, Hillsdale NJ, Iselin NJ, Keansburg NJ, Lincoln Park NJ, Matawan NJ, Monroe Twp NJ.

William Franklin in New Jersey. We found 41 records for William Franklin in Glassboro, Newark and 42 other cities in New Jersey.

Select the best result to find their address, phone number, relatives, and public records. The Story Behind New Jerseys’s Most Haunted House Will Give You Nightmares. Royal Governor William Franklin moved into the home in If the last name sounds familiar, it’s because William was the illegitimate son of founding father and inventor, Benjamin Franklin.

Author: Kristen Koennemann.