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John Harvard as an educational figure of the world


John Harvard as an educational figure of the world


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John Harvard (November 26, 1607 - September 14, 1638) was an English clergyman and founder of the world's most prestigious university named Harvard College or Harvard University. He gave half his property, along with the library, to establish a school and run it constantly. In the Harvard bridge named for him, as well as John Harvard Library in Southwark, London. John Harvard was born and raised in Southwark, on the southern bank of the River Thames, opposite the City of London.


He was the fourth of nine children, the son of Robert Harvard (1562-1625), a butcher and proprietor, and his wife, Katherine Rogers (1584-1635), who came from Stratford-upon-Avon father named Thomas Rogers (1540 -1611), is sometimes considered to have a colleague John Shakespeare, father of William Shakespeare (1564-1616). He was baptized in the parish church (now Southwark Cathedral) in 1607. John Harvard was educated at the Grammar School of St. Saviour in Southwark, where his father Robert was a governor. In 1625, his father, half brother and two sisters died of the plague.

Then entered Harvard at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in December 1627 and received his BA in 1632. Then his mother Katherine died in 1635 and his father Thomas in the spring of 1637. John


later married Ann Sadler (1614-1655), of Ringmer, Sussex, in April 1636, she was the daughter of Reverend John Sadler and sister of John Sadler, a lawyer and also an orientalist. On May 1637 he emigrated with his wife to New England and settled in Charlestown, where many of her classmates had arrived. Charlestown made him a minister of the Church, but in the following year he contracted tuberculosis and died on 14 September 1638. He is buried at the Phipps Street Burying Field in Charlestown.

Most of Harvard property inherited about £ 779 (half of his estate) and the library to New College or a new school, and his friend, Nathaniel Eaton became the first headmaster or rector of this college. Eaton notes indicate that the new campus construction began immediately in 1638 with the help of carpenter Thomas Meakins and his son, Thomas Meakins Jr. of Charlestown. It's really built of wood and has its own apple orchard, and is equipped with a shelter or housing for approximately 30 students.

The new school was later renamed "Harvard College" on March 13, 1639. Harvard was first referred to as a university than a college by the new Massachusetts Constitution of 1780.
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