Scull's a Chapter of Family History: Sir William Brown Knight, 1556-1610 and Sir Nathaniel Rich Knight, -1636. Transcription, Notes and Index by James Brown
In 1882 the expatriate American scholar G.D. Scull prepared and donated this manuscript to Boston's New England Historic Genealogical Society. It traces several generations of two seventeenth century British houses united by marriage, politics and ambition: that of Sir William Browne, deputy commander of Elizabeth's army in continental Vlissingen (Flushing) and Sir Nathaniel Rich who maintained a sturdy presence in Parliament and dedicated himself to the founding and support of the Crown's struggling Atlantic colonies, notably Bermuda.
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