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Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, Baron, approximately 1605-1675

LC control no.n 85053624
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Personal name headingBaltimore, Cecil Calvert, Baron, approximately 1605-1675
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Variant(s)Baltamore, Lord (Cecil Calvert), approximately 1605-1675
Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, Baron, ca. 1605-1675
Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert, Baron, approximately 1605-1675
Calvert, Cecil, Baron Baltimore, approximately 1605-1675
Calvert, Cecilius, Baron Baltimore, approximately 1605-1675
Associated countryEngland
Associated placeMaryland Newfoundland
Avalon Peninsula (N.L.)
LocatedYorkshire (England)
Birth date1605~
Death date1675-11-30
Place of deathEngland
Field of activityColonies--Administration Land tenure
AffiliationCatholic Church
Profession or occupationGovernors Colonial administrators Landowners
Found inVirginia and Maryland, 1655: t.p. (Lord Baltamore)
NUCMC data from Library of Congress, MSS. Division for His Historical account, n.d. (Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert, Baron, 1605-1675)
Appleton (Baltimore, Cecil (Cecilius) Calvert; b. about 1605; d. 30 Nov., 1675; 2nd Lord Baltimore; proprietor of Maryland)
Enc. Amer., 1977 (Cecil, (or Cecilius) Calvert, 2d Baron Baltimore, ca. 1605-1675)
NUC pre-1956 (Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, 2nd baron, 1606?-1675)
Wikipedia, July 22, 2016: Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore (8 August 1605-30 November 1675; first Proprietor and Proprietary Governor of the Province of Maryland, and ninth Proprietary Governor of the Colony of Newfoundland and the colony of Avalon. His title was "Cecil Calvert, Second Baron Baltimore, First Lord Proprietary, Earl Palatine of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon in America". Cecil Calvert established and managed the Province of Maryland from his home, Kiplin Hall, in North Yorkshire, England. As an English Roman Catholic, he continued the legacy of his father by promoting religious tolerance in the colony. Calvert governed Maryland for forty-two years. He also continued to be Lord Proprietor and Governor of Newfoundland for the colony of Avalon. He died in England on 30 November 1675, aged 70 years)
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Associated languageeng