By Mr. Mahandis Yoanata
Ashe House, Devon 26th of May 1650 – Windsor Lodge 16th of June 1722
His rise to prominence began as a ordinary page in the royal court of Stuart England, but his natural courage on the field of battle soon ensured quick promotion and recognition from his master and mentor James, Duke of York.
When James became king in 1685, Churchill played a major role in crushing the Duke of Monmouth's rebellion; but just three years later, Churchill abandoned his Catholic king for the Protestant William of Orange.
Along his life, he was involved in several badly wars for Monmouth Rebellion, Battle of Sedgemoor, Nine Years War, Battle of Walcourt, War of the Spanish Succession, Battle of Schellenberg, Battle of Blenheim, Battle of Elixheim, Battle of Ramillies, Battle of Oudenarde, Battle of Malplaquet.
- Part I : On Mission at link
- Part II : The Architecture of Fort Marlborough at link
- Part III : Who is first Duke of Marlborough at link
- Part IV : The history East India Company (EIC) and first fleet into Bencoolen at link
- Part V : The soldier of British East India Company at link
- Part VI : The first garrison : Remnants of Fort York at link
- Part VII : The second garrison : Chronicles of Fort Marlborough at link
- Part VIII : The Bencoolen Administrator 1685 – 1825 at link
- Part IX : Anglo - Dutch treaty and the terminated colony at link
- Part X : References at link
- Part XI : Gallery Photo Fort Marlborough at link
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