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Thomas Collier Platt sündis New Yorgis Owegos 15. juulil 1833 ja osales hiljem Yale'is. Platt teenis Kongressis kaks ametiaega (1873-77) ja naasis eraellu, et saada hiljem Ameerika Ühendriikide Express Company presidendiks. Thomas Platt oli New Yorgi poliitika võimsaima ülemuse Roscoe Conklingi kaitsealune. Platt järgnes Conklingile 1881. aastal senati, kuid jäi vaid kaheks kuuks. Kaasamängu oli solvanud uue presidendi James A. Garfieldi sõltumatus, kes keeldus Conklingi meelepäraste kohtumiste tegemisest. Taasvalimist ei toimunud ja Platt saduldati hüüdnimega "Me Too Platt", sest ta järgis orjalikult oma mentorit. Konkureerimine lahkus poliitikast, jättes Thomas Platt New Yorgi poliitilise masinavärgi kontrolli alla. Theodore Roosevelt sai New Yorgi kuberneriks aastal 1899. Platt väsis kiiresti energilisest kuberneri entusiasmist reformide vastu (pidades teda "härjaks Hiina poes") ja otsustas soovitada teda vabariiklaste asepresidendikandidaadiks 1900. aastal. Ta ei muretsenud Roosevelti pärast; enamik asepresidente langes kiiresti hämarusse. Kuid mitte Roosevelt, kes kolis William McKinley mõrvaga keskpunkti. Thomas Platt teenis oma karjääri lõpus kaks senati (1897-1909), kuid tema arusaam New Yorgi poliitikast oli juba ammu vähenenud. Ta suri 6. märtsil 1910 New Yorgis.


Kogu inventuur

Thomas Collier Platt (1833-1910) New Yorgis Owegos oli Ameerika seadusandja ja poliitik. Kaheaastane USA Esindajatekoja liige (1873-1877) ja kolmeaastane USA senaator New Yorgist aastatel 1881 ja 1897-1909 on ta kõige tuntum panuse tõttu Suurlinna linna loomisse. New York, mis hõlmas kuningate, Queensi, Richmondi ja Bronxi maakondade nelja linnaosa.

Kogu ulatus ja sisu

The Thomas Collier Platt kirjad koosneb kahest väljaminevast kirjast, mis on kirjutatud aastatel 1896 ja 1899. Varasem kiri, mis kirjutati ajal, mil Platt töötas vabariikliku riigikomitee nõunikuna, tunnistab Platti seisukohti Vabariikliku Partei tuleviku toetaja "sõbralikke ja isamaalisi tundeid":

Teine punkt on kiri toonasele kubernerile Theodore Rooseveltile, kes teeb ettepaneku kindral James M. Varnumile asenduskohtumiseks:

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Ameerika Ühendriikide endise senaatori Thomas Collier Platti lapselapselaps sündis 29. mail 1925 New Yorgis New Yorgis. [1] Ta oli aastatel 1943–1946 Ameerika Ühendriikide mereväe reservis. Ta sai 1947. aastal Yale’i ülikoolist bakalaureusekraadi ja 1950. aastal Yale’i õigusteaduskonnast bakalaureusekraadi. Õigusteaduskonna ajal abiellus Platt Anne Byrdiga. Symington 1948. [2] Pärast eraõiguslikku praktikat New Yorgis aastatel 1950–1953 sai temast New Yorgi idapiirkonna USA advokaadi assistent, kes töötas aastatel 1953–1956. York City, olles samal ajal 1958–1974 New Yorgis Laurel Hollowi küla advokaat ja 1958–1963 New Yorgis Lloyd Harbori külas politseikohtunik. [3]

Platt nimetati president Richard Nixoni poolt 31. jaanuaril 1974 kohtuniku George Roslingu vabastatud New Yorgi idaosa ringkonna kohtusse Ameerika Ühendriikide ringkonnakohtus. Ameerika Ühendriikide senat kinnitas ta 1. märtsil 1974 ja ta sai oma ülesanded 8. märtsil 1974. [3] Tema nimetamise ajal oli ta esimene föderaalse ringkonnakohtu kohtunik Suffolki maakonnast New Yorgis. [4] Ta oli idapiirkonna peakohtunik aastatel 1988–1995. Pärast üle 25 -aastast tegevteenistust sai Platt 1. veebruaril 2001 kõrgema staatuse ja töötas selles ametis kuni surmani 4. märtsil 2017 Põhja -Branfordis. , Connecticut. [5]

  1. ^Föderaalse kohtusüsteemi biograafiline kataloog. Lanham, Maryland: Bernan Press. 2001. lk. 713. ISBN0890592586.
  2. ^ "Ann B. Symington Long Islandi pruut," New York Times, 1948-06-26, kell 10.
  3. ^ abThomas Collier Platt Jr Föderaalkohtunike biograafiline kataloog, föderaalse kohtukeskuse avalik väljaanne.
  4. ^ "Suffolk saab esimese föderaalse kohtumõistmise kogenud jahtmehe", New York Times, 1974-05-05, lk. 143.
  5. ^"Thomas Platt, 91, sureb: trahvitud lennujuhid 100 000 dollarit tunnis". The New York Times, 6. märts 2017.

Õigusbürood
Eelneb
George Rosling
New Yorgi idaosa USA ringkonnakohtu kohtunik
1974–2001
Õnnestus
Sandra J. Feuerstein
Eelneb
Jack B. Weinstein
Ameerika Ühendriikide New Yorgi idaosa ringkonnakohtu peakohtunik
1988–1995
Õnnestus
Charles Proctor Sifton

See USA föderaalse kohtuniku elulugu on tükk. Saate Vikipeediat aidata, laiendades seda.


Thomas Platt - ajalugu

1712-22 Mitmed New Jerseys Burlingtoni maakonnas elavad Thomas Platti lapsed ristiti Burlingtoni Püha Maarja protestantlikus piiskopikirikus 1712-1722 (võib-olla Thomase isa). [1]

c 1715 Thomas Platt sündis Thomas Plattile ja Jane'ile, kuid kuupäeva pole dokumenteeritud. [2] [3]

1732 Thomas Platt nimetati Hannah Maxburi kinnisvarainventuuris New Hannoveris, Burlingtoni maakonnas, New Jersey osariigis. [4]

1737 Thomas Platt nimetati Joseph Stewardi kinnisvaraloendisse New Hannover Twp, Monmouthi maakond, New Jersey. Kuupäev 29. august [5]

1739 Thomas Platt ja Sarah Dennis abiellusid 1. novembril New Jersey osariigis Monmouthi maakonnas. Thomas Platt oli Jon Dennise laps. Sarah Dennis oli Jon Dennise laps. [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [Fotokoopia, 1739. aasta Thomas Platti ja Sarah Dennise abielu.]

1742 Thomas Platt, võib -olla see, nimetati Jonathan Parkeri, Jersey of Upper Freehold, Shrewsbury Twp, Monmouthi maakond, New Jersey pärandvara nimekirjas. Kuupäev 30. oktoober [12]

1750 Thomas Platt kanti klientide hulka New Jersey osariigis Bordentownis asuvas Imlay poes. [13]

1751-57 Thomas Platt oli New Jersey osariigis Burlingtoni maakonnas Bordentown Twpi elanik. [14]

1759 Thomas Platt, võib -olla see, ja Sarah Dennis olid tunnistajaks Burlingtoni maakonnas New Hannoveris asuva John Norrise tahtele. [15]

1766 Thomas Platt, võib -olla see, tunnistas Joseph Norcrossi tahet Hamptonist, Hannover Twp, Burlingtoni maakond. [16]

1768. . Isaac Ivins oli võlakirjamees ja üks pärandvara hindajatest. Administraator oli poeg Thomas Platt. [Kaart] Burlingtoni maakonna linnaosad, New Jersey, 1872.

1768 Thomas Platt oli Burlingtoni maakonnas New Hannoveris asuva Thomas Plati administraator, kes suri soolestikus. Kaasvõitleja: Isaac Ivins, mõlemad Burlingtoni maakonnast. Kuupäev 12. august. Inventuuri, mille väärtus on 273,13 naela, tegid William Harris Jr ja Isaac Ivins. Kuupäev 1. august [18]

1784 Thomas Plati poeg John Platt ja William Stevensoni tütar Alice Stevenson abiellusid 23. septembril Monmouthi maakonnas Upper Freeholdis. Tunnistajaks Sarah Platt ja paljud teised. [19]

1804 suri 8. aprillil proua Sarah Platt. [20]

Joonealused märkused:

[1] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Pennsylvania ülikooli praost (1904), 23.

[2] Franklin Platt, Märkmeid John Platti esivanemate kohta: sündinud Burlingtoni maakonnas N.J. (1896), 7, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[3] Charles Platt Jr, Thomas Platt, Burlington, New Jersey ja tema järeltulijad (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 17. – 18.

[4] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 30. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 327, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[5] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 30. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 457, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[7] William Nelson, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 22. (Abieluregistrid, 1665-1800) (1900), 116, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[8] Charles Platt Jr, Thomas Platt, Burlington, New Jersey ja tema järeltulijad (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 26.

[9] Franklin Platt, Märkmeid John Platti esivanemate kohta: sündinud Burlingtoni maakonnas N.J. (1896), 7-8, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[10] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Pennsylvania ülikooli praost (1904), 23.

[11] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Varased kirikuraamatud Burlingtoni maakonnas, New Jersey, Vol. 3 (1995), 111.

[12] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 30. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 369, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[13] James D. Magee, Bordentown, 1682-1932: illustreeritud lugu koloniaalsest linnast (1932), 144, vasak veerg, [HathiTrust].

[14] Major E. M. Woodward ja John Hageman, Burlingtoni ja Merceri maakondade ajalugu, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883), 456, 4. veerg, [HathiTrust].

[15] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 32. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 3, 1751-1760) (1924), 237, [InternetArchive].

[16] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 33. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 4, 1761-1770) (1928), 309, [InternetArchive].

[17] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Pennsylvania ülikooli praost (1904), 23.

[18] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 33. (Testamendid ja haldusüksused 4, 1761-1770) (1928), 332, viidates Lib. 13, lk. 436, [InternetArchive].

[19] Kveekerite koosolekute protokollid, 1681–1935, abielutunnistuste dokumendid Upper Springfieldi koosolekult, mis algas 1783., 6, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[20] New Jersey surmad ja matused, 1720-1988, [FamilySearch Record].


Thomas Platt - ajalugu

Thomas Plati sünnikuupäevad on pakutud vahemikku 1685 [1] kuni 1690 [2], kuid puuduvad tõendid nende kuupäevade kinnitamiseks.

1705-12 Jane ja Thomas Platti tütar Elizabeth Platt ristiti 29. juunil New Jerseys Burlingtoni maakonnas Püha Maarja piiskopikirikus. [3]

1712-1722 Thomas Platt elas New Jersey osariigis Burlingtoni maakonnas ja mitmed tema lapsed ristiti Püha Maarja piiskopikirikus. Ta võis olla kaks korda abielus Jane ja seejärel Maryga [4], kuid tõendid teise abielu kohta on ebakindlad. Kuigi meil pole tõendeid, näitame kõiki lapsi koos ema Janega.

1714 Thomas Platt oli tunnistajaks Burlingtoni ea William Fisheri tahtele. John Talbot, Püha Maarja rektor, oli testamenditäitja. [5]

1714 Thomas Platt oli tunnistajaks Burlingtoni vanema Henry Scotti tahtele. [6]

1715 Poeg Thomas sündis Thomas ja Jane Platt.

1719 sündis poeg John Platt ja ristiti 13. augustil (7bris) Maarjamaal. Kirje nimetab Maryks emaks, kuid see võib olla viga. [7]

1721 sündis poeg Joseph Platt.

1742 Abraham Clevinger, New Hannover, Burlingtoni maakond, kuduja, abiellus lese Jane Plati tütre Jane Platiga. [8] Kui Jane Platt oli Thomas Platti lesk, siis Thomas Platt oli 1742. aastaks surnud ja viimati oli ta Janega abielus. Samuti on usutav, et Jane Platt elas veel 1742. aastal.

Thomas Platti naisest on teatatud kui Jane Pickfordist. Richard Platt (1604-1685) New Havenist on mõned nimetanud Thomase esivanemaks, kuid dokumente pole veel leitud. Kontod, mis teatavad Richardi sünnist Inglismaal Bovingdoni maakonnas Hertfordi maakonnas (G. Lewis Platt "Platt Lineage" ja Alrick Manni "Richard Platt'i järeltulijad") on Coddingtoni poolt ümber lükatud, vt "The American Genealogist, oktoober 1954".

1688 Isaac Platt ostis maad Joseph Whittmanilt, mõlemad Huntingtonist, Suffolki maakonnast, Long Islandilt, New Yorgist, Ameerikast. Kuupäev 11. detsember [9]

1689 kapten Epenetus Platt hääletati "omama täielikku õigust tegutseda selles ametis sivellina ja möldriülemana", kasutades Inglise seadusi tsiviilõiguse jaoks. "Samal päeval öeldi, et Captt Epenetus Platt peaks minema idapoolsete meestega yorke'i, et nõuda neljateistkümne eest." Kuupäev 3. [10]

1689 hr Jonas Wood, Captt laevastik, Captt Platt ja Isaac Platt hääletati "kohtlema indiaanlastega ja ostma keset [sampawame] kaela, kui nad suudavad seda saavutada". … "Samal päeval, kui see tühistati ja lubati, et Isaac Platt'i Jonas Platt sonnil on kuus aarrit lahkumismaad mägede otsas Isaac Plattsi uue loti juures", 31. oktoober. [11]

1689 Isaack platt ja kapten Epenetus platt jt "Huntingtoni linnast Long Islandil Ameerikas" ostsid "sequatauge indiaanlaste" juhtidelt maad Sampwans. Kuupäev 5. november [12]

1694 Arve 1694. aasta Huntingtoni patendi nimega Thomas Platt ja paljud teised. Timothy Scudder oli loetletud kõrval ja John Rogers lähedal. [13]

1696 Jonas Platt vabastas oma osa pärandist isalt Isacke Plattilt oma vendadele Johnile, Josephile ja Jacob Plattile. [14]

1697 "John Ketcham ja Jonas platt Huntingtonist Suffolke maakonnas, nasawi saarel, New Yorke provintsis" ostis maad "queseni maakonna Nasawi saarel" asuvatelt indialastelt. Maad nimetasid indiaanlased "scuraway" ja inglased "Josiahes Neck". [15]

Thomas Platti suguvõsa + Jane, kes nimetas Tooma vanemateks Jonas Platt'i (1667–1724) + Sarah Scudderi (1681–1730): [16]

Charles Rufus Street nimetas Isaac Platt [17] ja Epenetus Platt lapsi. [18]

Pelletreau esitas segadusttekitava kokkuvõtte "Platt Lineage'ist". [19]

John Platt, suri 26. märtsil 1808, 90. eluaastal, nimetati Thomas Platt 1st ja Mary Platt pojaks. [20]

1633 Thomas Plats oli Derbyshire'is Lõuna -Winfieldi vabakutseline omanik. [21]

Joonealused märkused:

[1] Franklin Platt, Märkmeid John Platti esivanemate kohta: sündinud Burlingtoni maakonnas N.J. (1896), 5, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[2] Charles Platt Jr, Thomas Platt, Burlington, New Jersey ja tema järeltulijad (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 5.

[3] John E. Stillwell, Ajalooline ja genealoogiline Miscellany, kd. 2 (1906), 52, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[4] Franklin Platt, Märkmeid John Platti esivanemate kohta: sündinud Burlingtoni maakonnas N.J. (1896), 7, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[5] William Nelson, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 23. [Testamendid ja haldusasutused 1, 1670-1730] (1901), 164, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[6] William Nelson, Dokumendid New Jersey osariigi kolooniaajaloo kohta. Arhiiv kd. 23. [Testamendid ja haldusasutused 1, 1670-1730] (1901), 409, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[7] John E. Stillwell, Ajalooline ja genealoogiline Miscellany, kd. 2 (1906), 53, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[8] Charles Platt Jr, Thomas Platt, Burlington, New Jersey ja tema järeltulijad (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 5.

[9] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 17, [HathiTrust].

[10] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 31, [HathiTrust].

[11] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 40, [HathiTrust].

[12] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 41, [HathiTrust].

[13] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 153, [HathiTrust].

[14] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 195, [HathiTrust].

[15] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 3 (1887-89), 205, [HathiTrust].

[16] Thomas Platti ja Jane sugupuu, [URL].

[17] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 1 (1887-89), 345, [HathiTrust].

[18] Charles Rufuse tänav, Huntingtoni linna rekordid, sealhulgas Babülon, Long Island, NY, Vol. 1 (1887-89), 46, [HathiTrust].

[19] William S. Pelletreau, Kirjed Smithtowni linna kohta, Long Island, NY (1898), 473, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].

[20] Franklin Platt, Märkmeid John Platti esivanemate kohta: sündinud Burlingtoni maakonnas N.J. (1896), 9, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[21] S. O. Addy, "Nimekiri Derbyshire'i küladest ja vabavaldajatest 1633. aastal", Derbyshire'i arheoloogia- ja looduslooühingu ajakiri 6 (1884), 49-74, 56, [HathiTrust].


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Platt nimetati president Richard Nixoni poolt 31. jaanuaril 1974 George Roslingi vabastatud kohale, mille senat kinnitas 1. märtsil 1974 ja ta sai oma ülesanded 8. märtsil 1974. Aastatel 1988–1995 teenis ta peakohtunikuna. Ta valis vanemast staatusest alates 1. veebruarist 2001 ja oli vanemkohtunikuna kuni surmani 4. märtsil 2017. Plattit asendas selles ametis kohtunik Sandra Feuerstein. Ώ ]


Rahvusliku eluloo sõnaraamat, 1885-1900/Platt, Thomas Pell

PLATT, THOMAS PELL (1798–1852), orientalist, sündinud 1798 Londonis, oli Thomas Plati poeg. Pärast Norfolkis Little Dunhamis koolis käimist võeti ta 25. novembril 1815 Cambridge'i Trinity kolledžisse pensionäriks. Ta valiti 3. aprillil 1818 teadlaseks, 2. oktoobril 1820 alaealiseks ja 2. juulil suureks stipendiaadiks 1823. Ta lõpetas BA 1820. aastal üheksanda vanemaastmeopetajana ja magistrikraad 1823. Cambridge'is olles sai ta ühenduse Briti ja Välismaa Piibliseltsiga ning tegutses mõned aastad selle raamatukoguhoidjana. Aastal 1823 avaldas ta Ætiopilise piibelliku MSS -i kataloogi. Pariisi kuninglikus raamatukogus ja Briti ja välismaiste piibliseltside raamatukogus ning järgnevatel aastatel kogunud ja toimetanud ühiskonna jaoks Uue Testamendi teooria tekste. Väljaande eesmärk ei olnud kriitiline, vaid „lihtsalt anda abessiinlastele Pühakiri nende heas vormis nende iidses versioonis, nagu seda oleks mugav teha.” Platt tegi siiski mõned märkused eriti lugenud lugemiste kohta. tema. Tema märkmed laienesid ainult Apostlite tegude ja kirjade evangeeliumidele, ta kasutas ainult ühte käsikirja ja Waltoni teksti. Aastal 1829 koostas ta ka Süüria evangeeliumide väljaande ja 1844. aastal toimetas Piibli amharakeelse versiooni, kasutades Abba Rukhi tõlget Vana Testamendi jaoks ja Abu Rumi Habessinuse tõlget uue jaoks.

Aastal 1827 kaitses ta Briti ja Välismaa Piibliseltsi rünnaku eest nende väljaannete suhtes, mis avaldati väljaandes „Quarterly Review”. 1840 kirjeldas ta oma kirjas „Kirjas dr Puseyle” oma pöördumist oma evangeelsetest arvamustest traktariaalsete vaadete juurde. Ta protesteeris aga selle vastu, et mõned traktaarlased rakendavad Vana Testamendi ettekuulutustele müstilisi ja vaimseid tõlgendusi.

Platt oli Kuningliku Aasiaühingu üks esimesi liikmeid ja tegutses aastaid selle idamaise tõlkekomitee ühena. Ta oli ka Antikvaaride Seltsi liige.

Ta elas aastaid Hampsteadi Child's Hillis, kuid suri 31. oktoobril 1852 Surrey linnas Dulwich Hillis, jättes ilmale ainsa poja Francis Thomas Plati.

[Härra. Mag. 1852, ii. 660 Luardi Grad. Ei saa. Proc. Roy. Aasia Selts ja Antikvaaride Selts Horne'i sissejuhatus pühakirjade kriitilisse uurimisse, 10. toim. iv. 317–320, 733 Smithi dikt. Piibel, 1863, iii. 1614 Allibone'i dikt. Engl. Kirj. ii. 1606 Brit. Mus. Kass Platti tööde teavet andis lahkelt Cambridge'i Trinity kolledži raamatukoguhoidja.]


RUSHOLME

Russum, 1235 Russhum, 1420 Rysshulme, 1551 Risholme, 1568.

Selle linna pindala on 974 aakrit. Seda läbib Gore ehk Rushbrook, mille põhjapoolne osa on nüüdseks muutunud linnaliseks, kuna see on Manchesteri linnaosa eeslinn, mida tuntakse Victoria pargina ja mille rajas 1837. aastal asutatud ettevõte. oja, keset linna, on linnaosa nimega kask, läänes asub Platt ja idas Slade. Loodeosas asuv Heald on osa nimega linnaosast, mis ulatub lääne suunas Moss Side'i. 1901. aastal loendati elanikke koos Ardwickiga.

Peamine tee on Manchesterist läbi Withingtoni linna Cheshire'i, linna lääneosas. Idapiiril on iidne tee Manchesterist Stockporti. Seal on palju tänavaid ja ristmikke. Suure Keskkompanii raudtee läbib aleviku lõunaotsa.

Kaskist leiti Rooma müntide aare, 253–73 pKr. (fn. 1)

Roheline asus aleviku keskuse lähedal, puudutades Dickensoni teed. (fn. 2)

Rusholme jaoks loodi 1851. aastal kohalik juhatus (fn. 3), seejärel muudeti piire (fn. 4) ja linnaosa võeti 1885. aastal Manchesteri linna. Alev lakkas olemast eraldi, 1896. aastal. osa Lõuna -Manchesteri alevikust.

Avalik saal ja raamatukogu ehitati 1860. aastal pärast üleandmist Manchester Corporationile, see avati tasuta raamatukoguna 1892. aastal. Birch Fieldsi juures on park ja teine ​​Platt Fields. Whitworthi park (fn. 5) loodenurgas asub osaliselt Chorlton-upon-Medlockis.

MÕIS

Kuigi seal polnud kunagi ühtegi mõisa RUSHOLME, mis oli ainult Withingtoni linnaosa, andis see kohalikule perekonnale perekonnanime (viide 6) ja selle sees oli mitu mõisat, mis nõudsid teatist - Platt, Birch, Slade ja Holt. Varem hõlmas linna nimi vähemalt populaarses keeles palju laiemat piirkonda, mis ulatus üle Gortoni lääneosa (viide 7), kuid teisest küljest on tavaks kasutada nime Withington Rusholme ja teiste linnaosade hõlmamiseks. paljudel juhtudel on raske olla kindel nende maade täpses paiknemises, mis on märgitud hartades ja väidetes.

Henry II või Richard I ajal andis Matthew Williami poeg haiglalastele maad PLATT, koos oma lisadega Withingtonis, puhtas almuses. (lk 8) Aastal 1190 andis Inglismaa preester Garnier de Nablous selle koos teiste oma orduga maadega Richard de la More'ile kokku renditasuga 4s., maksta Londonis Hospitallerite residentsis. (joonis 9) Richard de More'i poeg William kinkis plati osa, abielludes oma tütre Cecilyga, Gilberti pojale Henryle üürihinnaga 6 eurot.d. (vt joonis 10) Tundub, et teine ​​osa on umbes 1260. aastal naasnud haiglarahvastesse, kes andsid selle 4 kuu üüri eest Richard de Adam de Farnworthi pojale.s. (lk 11) Kui esimene osa jagunes mitme üürniku vahel, (viide 12), jäid viimased jagamatuks toetuse saaja järeltulijate valdusse, kes võtsid endale Platti nime (viide 13) ja jätsid selle alles. , makstes üüri 4s. kuni 1625. Seejärel müüdi see Ralph Worsley'le (fn. 14), kelle järeltulijad ja nende legaadid säilitasid pärandvara kaua. (viide 15)

Worsley Plattist. Argent pealikul gules seinamaaling kroon või.

Perekonna silmapaistvaim liige oli kindralmajor Charles Worsley, siiras puritaan, kes võttis aktiivselt osa parlamendi poolel käivatest asjadest (viide 16) ja kellel oli kahtlane au Pika parlamendi jäänused aastal jõuga laiali saata. 1653 ja juhtida "munaraha", mille Cromwell käskis eemaldada. (viide 17) Ta osales ka Lancashire'i valitsuses, (lk 18) konfiskeeris kuningriiklaste vara, täitis paadid papistidega, (lk 19) hobuste võiduajamise mahajätmist ja muul viisil avaliku hüve edendamist. tema valguse järgi. Tööga väsinud, suri ta juunis 1656, olles kolmekümne viie aastane. (lk 20) ​​Kinnisvara kuulus veel hiljuti härra Nicholas Tindal-Carill-Worsleyle, kes abiellus Charles Carill-Worsley tütre ja pärija Elizabethiga ning võttis endale tema perekonnanime. (lk 21) Platt Hall ja kinnisvara on nüüd Manchester Corporationi omand.

Hall on suur tavaline telliskivimaja, mille ehitas umbes 1764. aastal (viide 22) John Carill Worsley vana puit- ja kipshoone asemele, mis seisis väga kaugel praeguse aia piirkonnas. 1669. aastal tehtud vana maja sisu inventuuris on mainitud järgmisi ruume ja kohti: „Saal, suur salong, võine, piimamaja, naise salong, väike salong, õlletehas, köök Bessy salongiga, joogimaja, juustukamber, koogikamber, laudaplaat, väike kamber, kindrali kamber, suur kamber, keskmine kamber, kõrge kamber, väike kamber ja kapp, yarne kamber. '

The KASK pärand (fn. 23) põlvnes umbes 1260–1743 perekonnast, kes võttis sellest perekonnanime. Matthew Matthew de Haversage'i poeg andis Matthew de Birchesi pojale Matthew'le kogu Hindley kaskede maa, üürihinnaga 3 eurots. piirid näitavad, et see asus põhjas asuva Gore Brooki ja lõunaosas asuva Suurkraavi vahel. (lk 24) Väidetavalt on mitmed perekonnad 15. sajandi Prantsuse sõdades silma paistnud (lk 25), kuid selle kõige tähelepanuväärsem liige oli kolonel Thomas Birch, (lk 26) puritaan ja parlamendisaadik. mõnevõrra jõhker tüüp (lk 27), kes osales aktiivselt Lancashire'i kodusõjas. Ta valiti Liverpooli kuberneriks linna vallutamisel aastal 1644 ja esindas seda parlamendis aastatel 1649–1658. (Lk 28) Taastamisel läks ta eraellu, (viide 29), ja järgnes 1678. aastal. tema poeg Thomas Birch antikvaar. (lk 30) Thomase poeg suri ilma probleemideta ja tema vend, Westminsteri prebendisaator dr Peter Birch sattus nende valdusse. (viide 31) Ta suri 1710. aastal ja tema poeg Humphrey, kes võttis endale Wyrley perekonnanime, müüs 1743. aastal kase tema poolt Manchesteri George Croxtonile, see kanti kaks aastat hiljem üle teisele Manchesteri kaupmehele John Dickensonile. laiemat tuntust sellest, et ta sai linnas viibimise ajal prints Charles Edwardi võõrustajaks. (fn. 32) Tema lapselapselaps Louisa Frances Mary Dickenson, kes suri 1837. aastal, kandis Kase mõisa oma abikaasa kindral Sir William Ansonile, bart. see on jäänud nende järeltulijate valdusse.

Kase kask. Azure kolm lehte argent.

Kase saal seisab kirikust ida pool meeldivas olukorras, kolmest küljest puudega hästi kaitstud ja põhjas vaatega kasepõldudele. Esialgse asukoha näis olevat määranud väike oja, mis moodustab endiselt lõunapoolse saali territooriumi piiri. (jn 33) Maja oli algselt puit- ja kipshoone, mis oli 1678. aastal koostatud inventuuris mainitud ruumide loetelu põhjal märkimisväärne (34), kuid ainus osa, mis on alles jäänud, on nii palju moderniseeritud ja Lisaks on sellel vähe või üldse mitte midagi oma endisest välimusest. See koosneb kahest täisnurksest tiivast põhja ja lääne poole, millest viimane näib olevat osa 17. sajandi hoonest. Suur osa välisseinte puitkonstruktsioonist ja vana katus on veel alles, kuigi seinad on palju taastatud ja hiljem telliskividega täidetud ning uued aknad paigaldatud. Läänepoolne kõrgus ja põhjapoolsed otsaviilud säilitavad siiski midagi oma vanast mustvalgest välimusest, kuigi viil on hilisemate tööde tõttu moonutatud ning osa poolpuidust raamidest on ainult krohv ja värv. Põhjatiib on tellistest kivikviinidega ja tõenäoliselt on see kunagise puitkonstruktsiooni ümberehitus. Selle ette on hiljem, tõenäoliselt 19. sajandi alguses, lisatud uus kahest toast ja sissepääsust koosnev telliskivi, mis ulatub tunduvalt põhjatiiva ette ja muudab välimust täielikult. majast. Hoone on kahekorruseline, hallide kivikatustega ja kõik müüritised on värvitud kollaseks. Läänepoolses tiivas on kolm ülemist tuba, millel on korralik 17. sajandi tammepuidust vaipkate, kuid paneelid ei ole kõik oma algses asendis ja ühes toas on üle värvitud. Pööningule on väike tammepuidust trepp ja üks või kaks vana akent jäävad teemantkarjääridega. Maja erinevates osades on 17. sajandi puidutööde osi, vana hoone sisustust käsitletakse kahtlemata hilisemate ümberehituste puhul vähese lugupidamisega. Need on olnud nii tõhusad, et maja esialgse plaani või paigutuse kohta ei saa midagi väga kindlat öelda. There are brick outbuildings on the south side at the end of the west wing.

SLADE

SLADE, anciently Milkwall Slade, was a composite estate, partly in Rusholme and partly in Gorton, (fn. 35) but the mansion-house was in the former district. From about the middle of the 13th century until the reign of Elizabeth it was the property of a branch of the family of Manchester, who adopted the local surname. (fn. 36) It was then sold to the Siddalls, (fn. 37) Manchester people, whose descendants retain it to the present time. Edward Siddall, who died in 1588, held the capital messuage called Milkwall Slade, with 24 acres in Rusholme and Withington and 20 acres in Gorton, also a burgage in Manchester and a third part of the manor of Kersal in Broughton. The Rusholme part of Slade was held of Nicholas Longford by a rent of 2s. 6d. and the Gorton part of John Lacy then lord of Manchester. (fn. 38)

Slade Hall is a timber house on a low stone base built at the end of the 16th century, and still preserving its ancient front. It is of two stories, the upper one projecting on a plaster cove, and has two gables on the principal elevation facing east. The front has been extended northward by an addition, built about 1681, the end of which faces the road, and is now painted to imitate half-timber work. The north end of the house was formerly continued eastward as a projecting wing, but the buildings, which were of brick, and two stories in height, have been pulled down in recent times. The present front of the 17th-century addition was rebuilt after the demolition of these buildings in a style harmonizing with the original timber elevation. The length of the principal front is now about 70 ft., but the original building consists only of the middle portion under the two gables and the wing to the south. These stand on three different planes, the main gable being 18 ft. in front of the southern end of the house, and the porch and staircase bay occupying the angle between them. The timber front is composed principally of straight diagonal pieces between the constructional timbers, but has quatrefoil panels in the smaller gable.

On a beam over the porch is cut, or stamped, the date 1585 and the initials E. S. for Edward Siddall the builder of the house. Underneath are the initials G. S. (George Siddall, his son). The date 1585 is also on another beam in the front. The two dates and the initials E. S. are inclosed in ornamental borders. The west and south sides have been faced in brick, and a block added at the north-west, which is a rather good specimen of the dignified brick architecture of the early part of the 19th century. The roofs are covered with modern blue slates, and the chimneys are of brick.

The dining-room, on the right of the entrance, retains its old oak ceiling crossed by massive beams, and the upper room over the drawing-room in the south wing has an elaborate plaster frieze on its north and south walls. In this room the original timber construction of the house can be seen all round. though faced with brick on two sides. The frieze on the south wall has three shields, the centre one bearing the royal arms of Queen Elizabeth encircled by a garter and supported by a lion and a dragon. Above are the queen's initials E. R. On the right is a shield of eleven quarters of Stanley with supporters, encircled by a garter and with the initials E. D., and on the left is another quartered shield with coronet and supporters, having above it the initials E. S. Between are two female figures, said to represent Queens Mary and Elizabeth. The frieze on the opposite wall has a representation of a stag hunt with a tree in the centre bearing the Stanley crest of the eagle and child. There was formerly a moulded plaster ceiling in this room, but it has been removed.

HOLT, described sometimes as in Withington and sometimes as in Rusholme, seems to have been on the north-east side of the township, and may perhaps be the detached portion of Moss Side. (fn. 39) Henry de Rusholme, about 1260, made a grant to Hugh de Haslum, including half an oxgang of land in Rusholme and the Holt, at a rent of 6d. (fn. 40) In the 15th century the Holt was in the hands of the Bamfords of Bamford, (fn. 41) and descended to John Bamford, who died in 1557 holding the capital messuage called Holt Hall in Rusholme of Nicholas Longford in socage by a rent of 12d. (fn. 42) The change of tenure may imply an escheat and re-grant. Anne Bamford, the daughter and heiress, married George Birch of Birch, (fn. 43) and Holt has since descended with Birch in the manner above described.

The family of Edge of Birch Hall-houses appears in the 17th century. (fn. 44) Captain Oliver Edge, an officer in the Parliamentary army, comes into notice as the captor of the Earl of Derby in his flight after the battle of Worcester. The place of capture was a little south of Nantwich. The earl writes: 'Lord Lauderdale and I, having escaped, hired horses and falling into the enemy's hands were not thought worth killing, but have quarters given us by Captain Edge, a Lancashire man, and one that was so civil to me that I and all that love me are beholden to him.' (fn. 45)

The Traffords had land in Rusholme from an early date. (fn. 46)

The land tax returns of 1787 show that the land was much divided the principal owners then were John Dickenson and John Carill Worsley, who between them owned about half William Egerton and John Gartside had smaller estates. (fn. 47) The landowners in 1844 numbered a hundred and twenty, of whom Sir J. W. H. Anson, T. Carill Worsley, and John Siddall represented the ancient owners of Birch, Platt, and Slade Richard Cobden owned 21 acres. (fn. 48)

CHURCH

The chapel of Birch, known as St. James's, is supposed to have been built about 1580 by the Birch family. (fn. 49) The minister was paid by the scanty and precarious offerings of the people, until in 1640 an attempt was made to establish an endowment fund. (fn. 50) Land was purchased, which Colonel Thomas Birch in 1658 settled upon his son Thomas as sole trustee, to the use of 'an orthodox preaching minister of the Gospel, to be constantly resident,' and to perform divine service in the chapel. The neighbours objecting to having a single trustee, a new trust was created in 1672, the income of the land being placed at the disposal of a majority of the trustees. This was probably done with the design of preparing the way for a Presbyterian minister as soon as the persecution of Nonconformists should come to an end. (fn. 51) The chapel in fact remained in the hands of the Presbyterians until 1697, when, on the death of Colonel Birch's widow, George Birch seems to have allowed the claims of the Bishop of Chester and other ecclesiastical authorities, and the Presbyterian minister, Henry Finch, was ejected. (fn. 52) After two years a Conformist curate was nominated by George Birch, in whose family the patronage seems always to have vested, and the succession remains unbroken to the present. In 1708 the endowment was still only £3 10s. a year, and the contributions of the congregation were about £16 (fn. 53) but the Dickenson family and others have provided more adequate endowments. (fn. 54) The chapel was rebuilt in 1845–6, (fn. 55) and a district was assigned to it in 1839. (fn. 56) The present patron is Sir W. R. Anson.

The following have been curates and rectors:— (fn. 57)

1699 Samuel Taylor, M.A. (fn. 58) (Emmanuel College, Camb.)
1707 No curate
1717 Joseph Dale (fn. 59)
1720 Thomas Wright, B.A. (fn. 60) (Brasenose College, Oxf.)
1721 John Tetlow, B.A. (fn. 61)
1742 John Leech, B.A. (St. Catharine's Hall, Camb.)
oc. 1746 Robert Twyford, B.A. (fn. 62) (Brasenose College, Oxf.)
1746 William Twyford, B.A. (fn. 63) (St. John's College, Camb.)
1752 Thomas Ainscough, M.A. (fn. 64) (St. John's College, Camb.)
1762 Miles Lonsdale, M.A. (fn. 65) (Brasenose College, Oxf.)
1769 Henry Ainsworth
1795 Rowland Blayney, B.A. (St. Alban Hall, Oxf.)
1838 Francis Philips Hulme, B.A. (St. Alban Hall, Oxf.)
1839 George Gardner Harter, M.A. (fn. 66) (Trinity College, Oxf.)
1840 Oliver Ormerod, M.A. (fn. 67) (Brasenose College, Oxf.)
1841 George Dugard, M.A. (fn. 68) (St. John's College, Camb.)
1846 George Henry Greville Anson, M.A. (fn. 69) (Exeter College, Oxf.)
1898 Frederick George Buller, M.A. (fn. 70) (Trinity College, Oxf.)

Holy Trinity Church was consecrated in 1846 the patron is Mrs. N. Tindal-Carill-Worsley. (fn. 71) St. John's, Longsight, was consecrated in the same year the patronage is vested in trustees. (fn. 72) St. Chrysostom's, Victoria Park, was first consecrated in 1877, (fn. 73) and St. Agnes's in 1885 the Bishop of Manchester is patron of both. There is a chapel at St. Mary's Home.

An 'English School,' not free, existed at Birch about 1720. (fn. 74)

The Wesleyan Methodists, Primitive Methodists, and United Free Methodists have churches, and the last-named denomination has a theological college in Victoria Park. The Congregationalists began services in 1839, and a small chapel built by Baptists was acquired in 1853. After many vicissitudes the present church was built in 1864. (fn. 75) The Baptists have a college for students for the ministry, (fn. 76) with a chapel attached they have another church at Longsight.

On the ejection of Henry Finch from Birch Chapel he continued to minister in the neighbourhood, and in 1700 Platt Chapel was opened for the use of the Nonconformists—the Worsleys, donors of the site, Edges, and Siddalls being the principal members of the congregation. (fn. 77) The teaching became Unitarian in the course of the 18th century, and Platt Chapel is now used by the Unitarians of the neighbourhood. Their Home Missionary College, founded in Manchester, is now in Victoria Park.

The Roman Catholic Church of St. Edward was built in 1861. There are two industrial schools, called St. Joseph's, for boys and girls.


Rev. Thomas Beach

StAlbans is in Hertfordshire NOT IN DEVON. However, there is . Church of St Albans a Grade II listed building in Beaworthy, Devon, England.

Married 5 Oct. 1611, St. Albans, Devon, England

Thomas Beach is the ancestor of Emma Hale, wife of the prophet Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church.

(see William Ward b1678-71767, and Lettice Beach 1679-1767 in this genealogy).

Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt Genealogy

Emma Hale was the wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church. Following are the connecting genealogies for Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt:

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

1. Richard Beach was born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

  • 2. John Beach was born about 1623 in St. Albans, Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.
  • 3. Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England and married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

John Beach born about 1623 in St. Albans, Devonshire/Derbyshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford/Stratford, New Haven, CT. He married Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Mary Staples died after 1673 in Stratford, CT.

Children of John Beach and Mary Staples:

Nathaniel Beach married Sarah Porter

Abigail married SimonTuttle.

Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England s/o Thomas Beach and Joan Hill. Thomas married Sarah Platt d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

Child of Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt:

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT. He married Mary Royce.

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT, s/o Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt. John Beach married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

Lettice Beach born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Benjamin Beach was born 3 Mar 1673/4, s/o John Beach born about 1630 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford, New Haven, CT and Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Benjamin Beach married Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 in Wallingford, CT d/o John Hitchcock and Abigail Merriman, in 1694 in New Haven CT.

Children of Benjamin Beach and Mary Hitchcock:

Lettice Beach was born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Child of Lettice Beach and William Ward:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Diantha Ward born 9 Aug 1741 Wallingford, New Haven, CT married Rubin Hale.

Eunice Beach born 3 Aug 1698 d/o Benjamin Beach born 3 Mar 1673 and Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 married Jan 1716 Obidiah Hotchkiss, s/o Daniel Hotchkiss .and Esther Sperry.

Child of Obidiah Hotchkiss nad Eunice Beach:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT s/o Samuel Hale born c1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

Isaac Hale was born 21 Nar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA. Isaac Hale married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT and died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born on 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA d/o Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis. Emma Hale married Joseph Smith, Jr. She died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1.Betty Pond Snyder, DAR “Pioneer Pond People,” 1996.

2. Paul Herbig (1997), "Herbig-Cracken Family Cronicles."

3. Joseph Smith Family Association website.

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill on 5 Oct 1611 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England.

1. Richard Beach born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

2. John Beach born about 1623 in Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.

3. Thomas Beach born about 1628 in England married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

BIRTH: 19 Oct 1655, Milford,CT

MARRIAGE: 7 Dec 1678, Wallingford,CT

BIRTH: 1613, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

MARRIAGE: 25 Sep 1652, New Haven,CT

BIRTH: 1590, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

DEATH: 1636, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

MARRIAGE: 5 Oct 1611, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

Thomas Beach is the ancestor of Emma Hale, wife of the prophit Joseph Smith, Jr of the Mormon Church.

Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt Genealogy

Emma Hale was the wife of the Prophit Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church. Following are the connecting genealogies for Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt:

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

1. Richard Beach was born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

  • 2. John Beach was born about 1623 in St. Albans, Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.
  • 3. Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England and married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

John Beach born about 1623 in St. Albans, Devonshire/Derbyshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford/Stratford, New Haven, CT. He married Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Mary Staples died after 1673 in Stratford, CT.

Children of John Beach and Mary Staples:

Nathaniel Beach married Sarah Porter

Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England s/o Thomas Beach and Joan Hill. Thomas married Sarah Platt d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

Child of Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt:

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT. He married Mary Royce.

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT, s/o Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt. John Beach married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

Lettice Beach born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Benjamin Beach was born 3 Mar 1673/4, s/o John Beach born about 1630 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford, New Haven, CT and Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Benjamin Beach married Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 in Wallingford, CT d/o John Hitchcock and Abigail Merriman, in 1694 in New Haven CT.

Children of Benjamin Beach and Mary Hitchcock:

Lettice Beach was born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Child of Lettice Beach and William Ward:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Diantha Ward born 9 Aug 1741 Wallingford, New Haven, CT married Rubin Hale.

Eunice Beach born 3 Aug 1698 d/o Benjamin Beach born 3 Mar 1673 and Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 married Jan 1716 Obidiah Hotchkiss, s/o Daniel Hotchkiss .and Esther Sperry.

Child of Obidiah Hotchkiss nad Eunice Beach:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT s/o Samuel Hale born c1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

Isaac Hale was born 21 Nar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA. Isaac Hale married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT and died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born on 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA d/o Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis. Emma Hale married Joseph Smith, Jr. She died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1.Betty Pond Snyder, DAR “Pioneer Pond People,” 1996.

2. Paul Herbig (1997), "Herbig-Cracken Family Cronicles."

3. Joseph Smith Family Association website.

Thomas Beach nd Joan Hill are the ancestors of Emma Hale, wife of the Prophit Joseph Smith, Jr. of the Mormon Church.

Thomas Beach was born about 1592 in St. Albans, Devinshire, England and died about 1636 in St. Albans, England. He married 5 Oct 1611 in St. Albans, England Joan Hill.

Child of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

Thomas Beach who married Sarah Platt, d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood.

Child of Thomas Beach (Jr) and Sarah Platt:

John Beach born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT. He married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT. John Beach died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

William Ward born 18 Oct 1678 in Killingsworth, CT, married 14 Dec 1701 to Lettice Beach in Wallingford, born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford, CT and died 19 Dec 1767. William Ward died 19 Dec 1767 in Wallingford, CT.

1. Lettice Ward born 17 Jun 1711 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT & died 10 Oct 1749 in CT. She married Daniel Curtis born 1707 son of Isaac Curtis and Abigail Tuttle. Daniel Curtis

2. Arah Ward born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. Arah Ward died 15 Dec 1780.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT son of Samuel Hale born 1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

1. Isaac Hale was born 21 Mar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susquehanna Co., PA and married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT who died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susquehanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susquehanna, PA and married the Mormon Prophit Joseph Smith, Jr. Emma Hale died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1. Paul Herbig, "Herbig-Cracken Family Chronicles (1997), [email protected]

2. The Joseph Smith Family Association electronic information, 24 Mar 2009.

Thomas Beach203 was born Bet. 1590 - 1593 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Devon, England203, and died 1636 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Devon, England203. He married Joan Hill on October 05, 1611 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England203.

+ 2 i. Richard Beach was born 1611.

+ 3 ii. John Beach was born about 1613.

+ 4 iii. Thomas Beach was born 1613/1619.

More About Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

Marriage: October 05, 1611, St. Albans, Devonshire, England.203

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill are:

+John Beach, b. Panus. 1613 - 1619, Of St. Albans, Devonshire, England203, d. June 16, 1677, Stratford, Fairfield, CT203.

Came to New Haven Connecticut in 1640. The Beach name appears to have come from the "de la Beche" family with origins in Touraine, France. Descendants migrated to England in the 14th century, and the name was anglicized in the 15th century.


Rev. Thomas Beach

StAlbans is in Hertfordshire NOT IN DEVON. However, there is . Church of St Albans a Grade II listed building in Beaworthy, Devon, England.

Married 5 Oct. 1611, St. Albans, Devon, England

Thomas Beach is the ancestor of Emma Hale, wife of the prophet Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church.

(see William Ward b1678-71767, and Lettice Beach 1679-1767 in this genealogy).

Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt Genealogy

Emma Hale was the wife of the Prophet Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church. Following are the connecting genealogies for Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt:

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

1. Richard Beach was born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

  • 2. John Beach was born about 1623 in St. Albans, Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.
  • 3. Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England and married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

John Beach born about 1623 in St. Albans, Devonshire/Derbyshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford/Stratford, New Haven, CT. He married Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Mary Staples died after 1673 in Stratford, CT.

Children of John Beach and Mary Staples:

Nathaniel Beach married Sarah Porter

Abigail married SimonTuttle.

Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England s/o Thomas Beach and Joan Hill. Thomas married Sarah Platt d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

Child of Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt:

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT. He married Mary Royce.

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT, s/o Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt. John Beach married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

Lettice Beach born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Benjamin Beach was born 3 Mar 1673/4, s/o John Beach born about 1630 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford, New Haven, CT and Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Benjamin Beach married Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 in Wallingford, CT d/o John Hitchcock and Abigail Merriman, in 1694 in New Haven CT.

Children of Benjamin Beach and Mary Hitchcock:

Lettice Beach was born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Child of Lettice Beach and William Ward:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Diantha Ward born 9 Aug 1741 Wallingford, New Haven, CT married Rubin Hale.

Eunice Beach born 3 Aug 1698 d/o Benjamin Beach born 3 Mar 1673 and Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 married Jan 1716 Obidiah Hotchkiss, s/o Daniel Hotchkiss .and Esther Sperry.

Child of Obidiah Hotchkiss nad Eunice Beach:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT s/o Samuel Hale born c1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

Isaac Hale was born 21 Nar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA. Isaac Hale married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT and died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born on 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA d/o Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis. Emma Hale married Joseph Smith, Jr. She died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1.Betty Pond Snyder, DAR “Pioneer Pond People,” 1996.

2. Paul Herbig (1997), "Herbig-Cracken Family Cronicles."

3. Joseph Smith Family Association website.

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill on 5 Oct 1611 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England.

1. Richard Beach born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

2. John Beach born about 1623 in Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.

3. Thomas Beach born about 1628 in England married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

BIRTH: 19 Oct 1655, Milford,CT

MARRIAGE: 7 Dec 1678, Wallingford,CT

BIRTH: 1613, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

MARRIAGE: 25 Sep 1652, New Haven,CT

BIRTH: 1590, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

DEATH: 1636, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

MARRIAGE: 5 Oct 1611, St. Albans,Devonshire,England

Thomas Beach is the ancestor of Emma Hale, wife of the prophit Joseph Smith, Jr of the Mormon Church.

Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt Genealogy

Emma Hale was the wife of the Prophit Joseph Smith of the Mormon Church. Following are the connecting genealogies for Emma Hale and Robert and Michael Awalt:

Thomas Beach married Joan Hill

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

1. Richard Beach was born about 1611, married Catherine Hull Cook, he died about 1691.

  • 2. John Beach was born about 1623 in St. Albans, Derbyshire, England. married to Mary Staples who was born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark. John Beach died 16 Jun 1677 in Stratford, CT.
  • 3. Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England and married Sarah Platt. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

John Beach born about 1623 in St. Albans, Devonshire/Derbyshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford/Stratford, New Haven, CT. He married Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Mary Staples died after 1673 in Stratford, CT.

Children of John Beach and Mary Staples:

Nathaniel Beach married Sarah Porter

Thomas Beach was born about 1628 in England s/o Thomas Beach and Joan Hill. Thomas married Sarah Platt d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood. Thomas died in 1662 in Milford, CT

Child of Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt:

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT. He married Mary Royce.

John Beach was born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT, s/o Thomas Beach and Sarah Platt. John Beach married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT and died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

Lettice Beach born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Benjamin Beach was born 3 Mar 1673/4, s/o John Beach born about 1630 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England and died 16 Jun 1677 in Milford, New Haven, CT and Mary Staples born 16 Dec 1627 in Denmark, d/o Thomas Staples and unknown. Benjamin Beach married Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 in Wallingford, CT d/o John Hitchcock and Abigail Merriman, in 1694 in New Haven CT.

Children of Benjamin Beach and Mary Hitchcock:

Lettice Beach was born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford or /Killingsworth,CT and died 19 Dec 1767. Lettice Beach married William Ward on 14 Dec 1701 in Wallingsford, CT. Lettice Beach died 19 Dec 1767.

Child of Lettice Beach and William Ward:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Diantha Ward born 9 Aug 1741 Wallingford, New Haven, CT married Rubin Hale.

Eunice Beach born 3 Aug 1698 d/o Benjamin Beach born 3 Mar 1673 and Mary Hitchcock born 10 Dec 1676 married Jan 1716 Obidiah Hotchkiss, s/o Daniel Hotchkiss .and Esther Sperry.

Child of Obidiah Hotchkiss nad Eunice Beach:

Arah Ward was born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and died 15 Dec 1780. He married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT s/o Samuel Hale born c1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

Isaac Hale was born 21 Nar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA. Isaac Hale married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT and died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born on 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susqueanna, PA d/o Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis. Emma Hale married Joseph Smith, Jr. She died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1.Betty Pond Snyder, DAR “Pioneer Pond People,” 1996.

2. Paul Herbig (1997), "Herbig-Cracken Family Cronicles."

3. Joseph Smith Family Association website.

Thomas Beach nd Joan Hill are the ancestors of Emma Hale, wife of the Prophit Joseph Smith, Jr. of the Mormon Church.

Thomas Beach was born about 1592 in St. Albans, Devinshire, England and died about 1636 in St. Albans, England. He married 5 Oct 1611 in St. Albans, England Joan Hill.

Child of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

Thomas Beach who married Sarah Platt, d/o Richard Platt and Mary Wood.

Child of Thomas Beach (Jr) and Sarah Platt:

John Beach born 19 Oct 1655 in Millford, CT. He married Mary Royce on 7 Dec 1678 in Wallingford, CT. John Beach died in 1709 in Wallingford, CT.

Child of John Beach and Mary Royce:

William Ward born 18 Oct 1678 in Killingsworth, CT, married 14 Dec 1701 to Lettice Beach in Wallingford, born 24 Dec 1679 in Wallingsford, CT and died 19 Dec 1767. William Ward died 19 Dec 1767 in Wallingford, CT.

1. Lettice Ward born 17 Jun 1711 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT & died 10 Oct 1749 in CT. She married Daniel Curtis born 1707 son of Isaac Curtis and Abigail Tuttle. Daniel Curtis

2. Arah Ward born 5 July 1718 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Phebe Towner born 14 Sep 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. Arah Ward died 15 Dec 1780.

Child of Arah Ward and Phebe Towner:

Diantha Ward was born 9 Aug 1741 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT and married Rubin Hale born about 1736 in Oxford, New Haven, CT son of Samuel Hale born 1695 in Middlesex, MA and Judith Hodge born 8 Oct 1697 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.

Child of Rubin Hale and Diantha Ward:

1. Isaac Hale was born 21 Mar 1763 in New Haven, New Haven, CT and died 11 Jan 1839 in Harmony, Susquehanna Co., PA and married Elizabeth Lewis born 19 Nov 1767 in Waterbury, New Haven, CT who died 16 Feb 1842 in Harmony, Susquehanna, PA.

Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis:

Emma Hale was born 10 July 1804 in Harmony, Susquehanna, PA and married the Mormon Prophit Joseph Smith, Jr. Emma Hale died 30 Apr 1879 in Navoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.

1. Paul Herbig, "Herbig-Cracken Family Chronicles (1997), [email protected]

2. The Joseph Smith Family Association electronic information, 24 Mar 2009.

Thomas Beach203 was born Bet. 1590 - 1593 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Devon, England203, and died 1636 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Devon, England203. He married Joan Hill on October 05, 1611 in St. Albans, Devonshire, England203.

+ 2 i. Richard Beach was born 1611.

+ 3 ii. John Beach was born about 1613.

+ 4 iii. Thomas Beach was born 1613/1619.

More About Thomas Beach and Joan Hill:

Marriage: October 05, 1611, St. Albans, Devonshire, England.203

Children of Thomas Beach and Joan Hill are:

+John Beach, b. Panus. 1613 - 1619, Of St. Albans, Devonshire, England203, d. June 16, 1677, Stratford, Fairfield, CT203.

Came to New Haven Connecticut in 1640. The Beach name appears to have come from the "de la Beche" family with origins in Touraine, France. Descendants migrated to England in the 14th century, and the name was anglicized in the 15th century.



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