Thomas BROUGHTON

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American politician

EnglishBorn Thomas BROUGHTON

Brittish colonial-era official, 1st Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina

Born on 1668 in Durhamshire, England , United Kingdom

Died on November 22, 1737 in Berkeley County, South Carolina , United States

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Broughton was the second son of Andrew and Ann Overton Broughton of Seaton, England, and born around 1668. However, it is not clear whether Thomas Broughton was born in England. He immigrated to South Carolina from the West Indies, possibly from the Leeward Islands, where his father-in-law Sir Nathaniel Johnson, the future Governor of the Province of Carolina (1703-1709) was Governor in 1686-89. The first record of Thomas Broughton in South Carolina was in 1692 when he pledged his allegiance to King William III and Queen Mary II of England. After his arrival in South Carolina he would marry Ann ...   Broughton was the second son of Andrew and Ann Overton Broughton of Seaton, England, and born around 1668. However, it is not clear whether Thomas Broughton was born in England. He immigrated to South Carolina from the West Indies, possibly from the Leeward Islands, where his father-in-law Sir Nathaniel Johnson, the future Governor of the Province of Carolina (1703-1709) was Governor in 1686-89. The first record of Thomas Broughton in South Carolina was in 1692 when he pledged his allegiance to King William III and Queen Mary II of England. After his arrival in South Carolina he would marry Ann Johnson, the daughter of Sir Nathaniel Johnson and brother of future South Carolina Governor Robert Johnson.



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