See also:governor of Bombay, and in fact if not in name the first governor-general of the
See also:British settlements in India, was
See also:born in
See also:London . He was sent as a little boy to his
See also:uncle, the chief of the factory at Rajapur; and in 1682 was appointed chief of the East India
See also:Company's affairs at
See also:Surat and Bombay, while at the same
See also:time his
See also:Sir Josiah
See also:Child (q.v.), was governor of the company at home .
SIR FRANCIS CHILD (1642-1713)
SIR JOSIAH CHILD (163o - 1699)
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