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Consequently, his tenure in this position was widely reviled in the United States, and he was frequently insulted in the mainland press.Some of his decisions were overturned in London as well, though he was respected for his fairness by colonial governor George Beckwith.The couple called it Verdmont, as a play of words on his own name.
The Cox family of Bermuda built a house which they named Orange Valley from the fruit trees that then grew there, at the corner of Happy Valley and Parsons Roads, later reputed to be haunted.
Two are portrait miniatures, including a self-portrait, and most are of members of his family.
The portraits passed through the hands of descendents of Samuel Trott before being purchased by Hereward Trott Watlington, who donated them back to the Bermudian government.
When completed in 1802 it was sent in 15 acres of glorious woodland gardens and citrus orchards.
It was first owned by Bermudian sea captain William Cox, in an estate he had owned since 1796.flying the flag of Sir Andrew Mitchell, passed the winter of 1802/3 in Bermuda.
All are currently kept at Verdmont, which is owned by the Bermuda National Trust and is open to the public.