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  1. Colonel Robert Carter I (c. 1664 – 4 August 1732) was a planter, merchant, and government official and administrator who served as Acting Governor of Virginia, Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and President of the Virginia Governor’s Council.

  2. 20 de mar. de 2024 · Both his father, Robert Carter II (1704-1732) and his grandfather, Robert “King” Carter (1663-1732), died when Robert Carter III was only four years old. Robert Carter III’s uncles, Landon and Charles Carter managed his inherited 6000 acre Nomini Hall Plantation in Westmoreland County, Virginia until Robert had grown up and completed his education.

    • Virginia
    • August 04, 1663
    • "King Carter", "King"
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CorotomanCorotoman - Wikipedia

    Corotoman was the residence of Robert Carter I (1662/63 – 4 August 1732), a colonial Governor of Virginia and one of the wealthiest men in the British colonies in North America. Corotoman was located on a point overlooking the Rappahannock River, and flanked by Carter's Creek and Corrotoman River to its east and west respectively.

    • 160 acres (65 ha)
    • Georgian
    • 1650–1699, 1700s
  4. Colonel Robert Carter I ( c. 1664 – 4 August 1732) was a planter, merchant, and government official and administrator who served as Acting Governor of Virginia, Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and President of the Virginia Governor’s Council.

  5. 22 de dez. de 2021 · SUMMARY. Robert Carter, also known as Robert “King” Carter, was a land baron, Speaker of the House of Burgesses (1696–1698), treasurer of the colony (1699–1705), and a member of the governor’s Council (1700–1732). As senior member of the council, he served as president, or acting governor, from 1726 until 1727.

  6. Robert Carter became one of the wealthiest and most powerful men in Virginia. He was the son of John Carter the immigrant (ca. 1613-1670) and his fourth wife, Sarah Ludlow Carter. He married first, Judith Armistead, and second, Elizabeth Landon. This portrait of him descended from his son John who inherited Corotoman and Shirley Plantations.

  7. Explain Robert Carter III’s decision-making process in manumitting his slaves. Explain the methods of setting slaves free during the period from 1776 to 1800. AP Practice Questions