Jonathan Rigg

Jonathan Rigg was christened at St Patrick's in Patrick Brompton, Yorkshire on the 13 April 1809, the eldest child of Reverend Hugh Rigg and Maria Addison, originally of Westmorland. Reverend Hugh was the incumbent vicar at St Patrick's, where he served for 55 years.

As early as 1838 Jonathan became a tea grower and trader in West Java in the Dutch East Indies, in partnership with his mother's uncle, Robert Addison. Together they owned the Jasinga Estate plantation with Jonathan taking full control in 1853 and inheriting the property following Robert's death in 1862. Provided by Wikipedia
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    An everyday geography of the global south by Rigg, Jonathan, 1959-

    Published 2007
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    Southeast Asia : the human landscape of modernization and development / by Rigg, Jonathan, 1959-

    Published 2003
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    Living with transition in Laos : market integration in Southeast Asia / by Rigg, Jonathan, 1959-

    Published 2005
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    An everyday geography of the global south / by Rigg, Jonathan, 1959-

    Published 2007
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    More than rural : textures of Thailand's agrarian transformation / by Rigg, Jonathan, 1959-

    Published 2019
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    Asian cities, migrant labour and contested spaces /

    Published 2011
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    Asian cities, migrant labor, and contested spaces

    Published 2011
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