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1660s1670s1680s1690s 1700s1710s1720s Lord Proprietors 1 st Charter (March 24,1663) Lords Proprietors 2 nd Charter (Increased Size) (June 30,1665) The “Split” of Carolina (1712) William Craven, 1 st Baron Craven. Outlived all original Lords Proprietors. Died in 1697, a bachelor. John Berkeley, 1 st Baron of Stratton. Also a Proprietor of New Jersey in 1664, and previously, a Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (1670-1672). Died in 1678. Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1 st Earl of Shaftesbury. Died in 1683. Sir George Carteret, Baronet. Also a Proprietor of New Jersey in 1664. Died in 1680. Sir William Berkeley. Younger brother of Lord John Berkeley, Governor of Virginia 1639-1651 and 1659-1677. Died in 1677. Sir John Colleton, 1 st Baronet. Died in 1666. The Last of the Original Lords Proprietors Died William, 1 st Lord Craven (1697) Seth Sothel purchased from Hyde. Died in 1694. Sir George Carteret, 1 st Baronet Carteret inherited his father’s share. Died in 1695. John Carteret, 2 nd Baronet Carteret, 1 st Earl of Granville inherited his father’s share. He is the only Lords Proprietor NOT to sell his share of Carolina to the Crown in 1729. Instead, the Crown had a 60-mile wide tract along the NC-VA border surveyed and deeded to him, which he ultimately sells off piece-by-piece until his death in 1763. 1700, Thomas Amy gave this share to his daughter, Ann, and her husband Nicholas Trott. Sold to the Crown in 1729. Sir Peter Colleton, 2 nd Baronet inherited his father’s share. Died in 1694. Sir John Colleton, 3 rd Baronet inherited his father’s share. Sold to the Crown in 1729. 1697, Lords Proprietors decided that Sothel’s share was theirs, assigned to Thomas Amy. Lady Frances Berkeley. 1683, she sold this share to four Lords Proprietors, held in trust by Thomas Amy. Thomas Amy claimed full ownership of this share. Died in 1704. Thomas Amy, Jr. inherited his father’s share. Died in 1707. Mary Archdale Danson and John Danson. He died in 1724. 1678, John Archdale purchased this share for his son, Thomas Archdale. 1696, Joseph Blake purchased this share from Thomas Archdale. Died in 1700. Joseph Blake, Jr., a minor, inherited his father’s share. Sold to the Crown in 1729. Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, 2 nd Earl of Shaftesbury inherited his father’s share. Died in 1699. Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3 rd Earl of Shaftesbury inherited his father’s share. Died in 1713. Inherited by his infant son, 4 th Earl. 1713, Mother of Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, 4 th Earl of Shaftesbury sold This share to uncle, Maurice Ashley. Sir John Tyrell purchased in 1725. 1727, given to John Cotton, held in trust by Archibald Hutcheson. Sold to the Crown in 1729. William, 2 nd Baron Craven, grand-nephew of William 1 st Baron Craven. Died in 1711. William, 3 rd Baron Craven, son of William 2 nd Baron Craven. Sold to the Crown in 1729. © 2014 – J.D. Lewis – All Rights Reserved All of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina George Monck, Duke of Albemarle. Died in 1670. Christopher Monck, 2 nd Duke of Albemarle, inherited his father’s share. Died in 1688. John Grenville, 1 st Earl of Bath, after a lengthy court battle was declared the rightful heir of Christopher Monck’s estate in 1694. Died in 1701. John Grenville, 1 st Baron Granville of Potheridge, inherited his father’s share. Died in 1707. Henry Somerset, 2 nd Duke of Beaufort, given to him by his mother, John Grenville’s 2 nd Wife. Died in 1714. Held in trust for two minor sons, Henry and Charles Noel. Sold to the Crown in 1729. Henry Hyde, 2 nd Earl of Clarendon inherited his father’s share. Sold to Seth Sothel in 1679. 60616263646566676869 70717273747576777879 80818283848586878889 90919293949596979899 00010203040506070809 10111213141516171819 20212223242526272829 Crown Purchases 7 of 8 Lords Proprietors’ Ownership of Carolina (1728-1729) Crown Takes Over South Carolina (1719-1720) Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. In 1667, Charles II used him as a scapegoat for the Anglo-Dutch War, and threatened him with impeachment. He went into exile, died in 1674. Sothel’s heirs sold to James Bertie & Henry Bertie – held in trust by Hugh Watson. Mid-1720s, assigned to James Bertie as sole owner. Bequeathed to his two sisters, Elizabeth Ann Moore, and Ann Amy and her husband Nicholas Trott. Sold to the Crown in 1729. 1705, Lords Proprietors asserted that Thomas Amy never “owned” this share. They sold to John Archdale. 1708, he gave this share to his daughter and son-in-law. 1725, sold to James Bertie and Henry Bertie, held in trust by Hugh Watson. Assigned to Henry Bertie. Sold to the Crown in 1729. Since the 3 rd Earl of Shaftesbury was sick most of his adult life, his share was managed by his brother, Maurice Ashley from 1699 until his death. Maurice Ashley was also authorized by Elizabeth Blake to sign documents on behalf of her minor son, Joseph Blake, Jr. 1728, James Bertie gives his share to: son Edward Bertie, Alexius Clayton, Samuel Horsey, Henry Smith. Sold to the Crown in 1729.
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