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Godfrey Malbone's armorial silver

by Richard LeBaron Bowen
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Salem, Massachusetts : Higginson Genealogical Books, 199-?]
26, [1] p. : coats of arms, geneal. table.

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Facsimile reprint of original published: [Rhode Island] : Rhode Island Historical Society, [1950?]. 1 v.

"Reprinted with additions from Rhode Island history, vol. IX, no. 2, April, and no. 3, July, 1950."

Col. Godfrey Malborne, of Newport, Rhode Island, was born in Princess Anne County, Virginia, in 1695/1696, the son of Peter Malborne He married Catherine Scott in 1719. He made a fortune in the West Indies trade and in privateering during King Georg'e War, 1739-1748. In 1742, he had a large chest of armorial silver made for him at London, engraved with the impaled coats-of-arms of Malborne and Scott. He died in 1768 and is buried at Trinity Church, Newport.

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