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Thomas Collier Platt blev født i Owego, New York, den 15. juli 1833 og deltog senere i Yale. Platt tjente to valgperioder i kongressen (1873-77) og vendte tilbage til privatlivet for senere at blive præsident for United States Express Company. Thomas Platt var en protegé af Roscoe Conkling, den mest magtfulde chef i New York-politik. Platt fulgte Conkling ind i senatet i 1881, men forblev kun to måneder. Conkling var blevet krænket af den uafhængighed, den nye præsident, James A. Garfield, havde vist, der havde nægtet at lave aftaler efter Conklings smag. Genvalget fandt ikke sted, og Platt blev sadlet med kaldenavnet "Me Too Platt" for slavisk at følge sin mentor. Conkling trak sig tilbage fra politik og efterlod Thomas Platt i kontrol over det politiske maskineri i New York. Theodore Roosevelt blev guvernør i New York i 1899. Platt blev hurtigt træt af den energiske guvernørs begejstring for reformer (henviste til ham som en "tyr i en porcelæn butik") og besluttede at anbefale ham til den republikanske vicepræsidentnominering i 1900. Han var ikke bekymret for Roosevelt; de fleste vicepræsidenter faldt hurtigt ned i uklarhed. Men ikke Roosevelt, der flyttede til centrum efter mordet på William McKinley. Thomas Platt tjente to senatperioder (1897-1909) i slutningen af ​​sin karriere, men hans greb om New York-politik var for længst aftaget. Han døde i New York City den 6. marts 1910.


Indsamlingsbeholdning

Thomas Collier Platt (1833-1910) fra Owego, New York, var en amerikansk lovgiver og politiker. Et toårigt medlem af det amerikanske repræsentanthus (1873-1877) og en treårig senator fra New York i årene 1881 og 1897-1909, han er bedst kendt for sit bidrag til oprettelsen af ​​City of Greater New York, der inkorporerede de fire ydre bydele i Kings, Queens, Richmond og Bronx amter.

Samlingens omfang og indhold

Det Thomas Collier Platt Breve består af to udgående breve skrevet i 1896 og 1899. Det tidligere brev, der blev skrevet, mens Platt fungerede som rådgiver for det republikanske statsudvalg, anerkender de "venlige og patriotiske følelser" fra en tilhænger af Plats syn på det republikanske partis fremtid:

Det andet punkt er et brev til daværende guvernør Theodore Roosevelt, der foreslår general James M. Varnum til en surrogatudnævnelse:

Arrangement af samlingen

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Et oldebarn efter den tidligere amerikanske senator Thomas Collier Platt, han blev født den 29. maj 1925 i New York City, New York. [1] Han var i United States Naval Reserve fra 1943 til 1946. Han modtog en Bachelor of Arts -grad fra Yale University i 1947 og en Bachelor of Laws fra Yale Law School i 1950. Mens han var på jurastudiet, giftede Platt sig med Anne Byrd Symington i 1948. [2] Efter at have beskæftiget sig med privat praksis i New York City fra 1950 til 1953 blev han assisterende amerikansk advokat i Eastern District i New York, der tjente fra 1953 til 1956. Han vendte derefter tilbage til privat praksis i New York City, mens han også fungerede som advokat for Village of Laurel Hollow, New York fra 1958 til 1974, og fungerende politiret i Village of Lloyd Harbour, New York fra 1958 til 1963. [3]

Platt blev nomineret af præsident Richard Nixon den 31. januar 1974 til et sæde i USAs tingret for det østlige distrikt i New York, der blev forladt af dommer George Rosling. Han blev bekræftet af USAs senat den 1. marts 1974 og modtog sin kommission den 8. marts 1974. [3] På tidspunktet for hans nominering var han den første føderale distriktsdommer fra Suffolk County, New York. [4] Han fungerede som overdommer i det østlige distrikt fra 1988 til 1995. Efter over 25 års aktiv tjeneste overtog Platt seniorstatus den 1. februar 2001 og tjente i denne egenskab indtil sin død den 4. marts 2017 i North Branford , Connecticut. [5]

  1. ^Biografisk bibliotek over det føderale retsvæsen. Lanham, Maryland: Bernan Press. 2001. s. 713. ISBN0890592586.
  2. ^ "Ann B. Symington Long Island Bride," New York Times, 1948-06-26 kl. 10.
  3. ^ -enbThomas Collier Platt Jr. på Biografisk bibliotek over føderale dommere, en public domain publicering af Federal Judicial Center.
  4. ^ "Suffolk får første føderale dommererfarne yachtsman," New York Times, 1974-05-05 på s. 143.
  5. ^"Thomas Platt, 91, dør: Finerede lufttrafikkontrollere $ 100.000 i timen". New York Times, 6. marts 2017.

Juridiske kontorer
Forud af
George Rosling
Dommer ved USA's distriktsdomstol for Eastern District i New York
1974–2001
Efterfulgt af
Sandra J. Feuerstein
Forud af
Jack B. Weinstein
Hoveddommer ved USA's distriktsdomstol for det østlige distrikt i New York
1988–1995
Efterfulgt af
Charles Proctor Sifton

Denne biografi om en føderal dommer i USA er en stubbe. Du kan hjælpe Wikipedia ved at udvide den.


Thomas Platt - Historie

1712-22 Flere børn af Thomas Platt, bosat i Burlington County, New Jersey, blev døbt i St. Mary's Protestant Episcopal Church i Burlington 1712-1722 (måske Thomas 'far). [1]

c 1715 Thomas Platt blev født af Thomas Platt og Jane, men datoen er ikke dokumenteret. [2] [3]

1732 blev Thomas Platt navngivet i godsbeholdningen af ​​Hannah Maxbur i New Hanover, Burlington County, New Jersey. [4]

1737 blev Thomas Platt navngivet i godsbeholdningen af ​​Joseph Steward fra New Hanover Twp, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Dateret 29. august. [5]

1739 Thomas Platt og Sarah Dennis blev gift den 1. november i Monmouth County, New Jersey. Thomas Platt var et barn af Jon Dennis. Sarah Dennis var et barn af Jon Dennis. [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [Fotokopi, 1739 Ægteskabsprotokol af Thomas Platt og Sarah Dennis.]

1742 Thomas Platt, måske denne, blev navngivet i ejendomsbeholdningen af ​​Jonathan Parker, Jr. fra Upper Freehold, Shrewsbury Twp, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Dateret 30. oktober [12]

1750 Thomas Platt blev opført blandt kunder i Imlay's Store i Bordentown, New Jersey. [13]

1751-57 Thomas Platt var bosiddende i Bordentown Twp, Burlington County, New Jersey. [14]

1759 Thomas Platt, måske denne, og Sarah Dennis var vidne til John Norris vilje fra New Hanover, Burlington County. [15]

1766 Thomas Platt, måske denne, var vidne til Joseph Norcross vilje fra Hampton, Hanover Twp, Burlington County. [16]

1768 Thomas Platt døde i en alder af 53. [17] Thomas Platts testamente blev dateret juli 1768 i New Hanover Twp, Burlington County, New Jersey, skifter 1. august 1768. Opgørelsen af ​​varer og chattells angav en gård og dyr som hovedgodset . Isaac Ivins var en obligator og en af ​​ejendomsvurdererne. Sønnen Thomas Platt var administrator. [Kort] Townships i Burlington County, New Jersey, 1872.

1768 Thomas Platt var administrator for Thomas Platt, i New Hanover, Burlington County, der døde intestate. Fellowbondsman: Isaac Ivins begge fra Burlington County. Dateret 12. august. Lageret, værdiansat til & pound273.13.6, blev lavet af William Harris, Jr., og Isaac Ivins. Dateret 1. august [18]

1784 John Platt, søn af Thomas Platt, og Alice Stevenson, datter af William Stevenson, blev gift den 23. september i Upper Freehold, Monmouth County. Vidne af Sarah Platt og mange andre. [19]

1804 Fru Sarah Platt døde den 8. april [20]

Fodnoter:

[1] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Provost ved University of Pennsylvania (1904), 23.

[2] Franklin Platt, Notater om John Plattes aner: født i Burlington County, N.J., 13. august 1749 død nær Wilmington, Del., December 1823 (1896), 7, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[3] Charles Platt Jr. Thomas Platt fra Burlington, New Jersey og hans efterkommere (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 17.-18.

[4] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 30. (testamenter og forvaltninger 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 327, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[5] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 30. (testamenter og forvaltninger 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 457, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[7] William Nelson, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 22. (Ægteskabsoptegnelser, 1665-1800) (1900), 116, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[8] Charles Platt Jr. Thomas Platt fra Burlington, New Jersey og hans efterkommere (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 26.

[9] Franklin Platt, Notater om John Plattes aner: født i Burlington County, N.J., 13. august 1749 død nær Wilmington, Del., December 1823 (1896), 7-8, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[10] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Provost ved University of Pennsylvania (1904), 23.

[11] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Tidlige kirkebøger i Burlington County, New Jersey, Bind. 3 (1995), 111.

[12] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 30. (testamenter og forvaltninger 2, 1730-1750) (1918), 369, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[13] James D. Magee, Bordentown, 1682-1932: en illustreret historie om en kolonial by (1932), 144, venstre kolonne, [HathiTrust].

[14] Major E. M. Woodward og John Hageman, Historien om Burlington og Mercer Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883), 456, kolonne 4, [HathiTrust].

[15] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 32. (testamenter og forvaltninger 3, 1751-1760) (1924), 237, [InternetArchive].

[16] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 33. (testamenter og forvaltninger 4, 1761-1770) (1928), 309, [InternetArchive].

[17] Francis Newton Thorpe, William Pepper, M. D., LL. D. (1843-1898): Provost ved University of Pennsylvania (1904), 23.

[18] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 33. (testamenter og forvaltninger 4, 1761-1770) (1928), 332, med henvisning til Lib. 13, s. 436, [InternetArchive].

[19] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Registreringer af vielsesattester fra Upper Springfield Meeting, begyndende 1783, 6, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[20] New Jersey dødsfald og begravelser, 1720-1988, [FamilySearch Record].


Thomas Platt - Historie

Fødselsdatoer for Thomas Platt er blevet foreslået fra 1685 [1] til 1690 [2], men der er ingen beviser til støtte for disse datoer.

1705-12 Elizabeth Platt, datter af Jane og Thomas Platt blev døbt 29. juni i St Mary's Episcopal Church i Burlington County, New Jersey. [3]

1712-1722 Thomas Platt boede i Burlington County, New Jersey, og flere af hans børn blev døbt i St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Han kan have været gift to gange, med Jane og derefter Mary [4], men beviser for det andet ægteskab er usikre. Selvom vi ikke har beviser, viser vi alle børn med mor Jane.

1714 Thomas Platt var vidne til William Fishers vilje, duoman fra Burlington. John Talbot, rektor for St Mary's, var bøddel. [5]

1714 Thomas Platt var vidne til Henry Scott, yeoman fra Burlingtons vilje. [6]

1715 Sønnen Thomas blev født af Thomas og Jane Platt.

1719 Sønnen John Platt blev født og blev døbt den 13. august (7bris) på St. Mary's. Rekorden navngiver Mary som mor, men dette kan være en fejl. [7]

1721 Sønnen Joseph Platt blev født.

1742 Abraham Clevinger fra New Hanover, Burlington County, væver, gift med Jane Platt, datter af Jane Platt, enke. [8] Hvis Jane Platt var enke efter Thomas Platt, så var Thomas Platt død i 1742, og han var sidst gift med Jane. Det er også sandsynligt, at Jane Platt stadig levede i 1742.

Thomas Platts kone er blevet rapporteret som Jane Pickford. Richard Platt (1604-1685) fra New Haven er af nogle blevet navngivet som Thomas 'forfader, men der er endnu ikke fundet dokumentation. Regnskaber, der rapporterer Richards fødsel i Bovingdon County Hertford, England ("Platt Lineage" af G. Lewis Platt og "The Descendants of Richard Platt" af Alrick Mann) er blevet modbevist af Coddington, se "The American Genealogist, October 1954".

1688 købte Isaac Platt jord af Joseph Whittman, begge fra Huntington, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, Amerika. Dateret 11. december [9]

1689 blev kaptajn Epenetus Platt stemt for at "have fuld magt til at optræde som sivell og milletery chef i dette tårn" ved hjælp af engelsk lov for civilret. "Samme dag blev det oplyst, at Captt Epenetus Platt skulle gå til yorke med østlige mænd for at stille et krav fra jer firet." Dateret 3. maj [10]

1689 Hr. Jonas Wood, Captt -flåden, Captt Platt og Isaac Platt blev stemt til at "behandle med indianerne og købe jer nek af meddow [sampawame] ovenfor sd. Hvis de kan nå det." … "Samme dag blev det udtalt og givet, at Jonas Platt søn af Isaac Platt skal have seks hektar afsættelsesland på toppen af ​​bakkerne til Reer of Isaac Platts ny lott" Dateret 31. oktober [11]

1689 Isaack platt og Capt'n Epenetus platt m.fl., fra "towington of Huntington upon Long Island in Amerikaa" købte jord, kaldet Sampwans, fra høvdinge for "sequatauge indianerne". Dateret 5. november [12]

1694 En redegørelse for de penge, der blev betalt til Huntington -patentet fra 1694 ved navn Thomas Platt, og mange andre. Timothy Scudder blev opført tilstødende, og John Rogers blev opført i nærheden. [13]

1696 Jonas Platt frigav sin andel af sin arv, fra sin far Isacke Platt, til sine brødre John, Joseph og Jacob Platt. [14]

1697 "John Ketcham og Jonas platt fra Huntington i I County of Suffolke på øen nasaw afores'd in you provence of New yorke" købte jord fra Mesepaque indianere fra "Quenes County på Nasaw Island". Landet blev kaldt "scuraway" af indianerne og "Josiahes Neck" af englænderne. [15]

Stamtavle for Thomas Platt + Jane navngiver Jonas Platt (1667-1724) + Sarah Scudder (1681-1730) som forældre til Thomas: [16]

Charles Rufus Street navngav børnene til Isaac Platt [17] og Epenetus Platt. [18]

Pelletreau gav et forvirrende resumé af "Platt Lineage". [19]

John Platt, død 26. marts 1808, blev i sit 90. år navngivet som søn af Thomas Platt 1. og Mary Platt. [20]

1633 Thomas Plats var en ejer af South Winfield, Derbyshire. [21]

Fodnoter:

[1] Franklin Platt, Notater om John Plattes aner: født i Burlington County, N.J., 13. august 1749 død nær Wilmington, Del., December 1823 (1896), 5, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[2] Charles Platt Jr. Thomas Platt fra Burlington, New Jersey og hans efterkommere (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 5.

[3] John E. Stillwell, Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, bind. 2 (1906), 52, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[4] Franklin Platt, Notater om John Plattes aner: født i Burlington County, N.J., 13. august 1749 død nær Wilmington, Del., December 1823 (1896), 7, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[5] William Nelson, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 23. (testamenter og forvaltninger 1, 1670-1730) (1901), 164, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[6] William Nelson, Dokumenter vedrørende kolonihistorien i staten New Jersey. Arkiver Vol. 23. (testamenter og forvaltninger 1, 1670-1730) (1901), 409, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].

[7] John E. Stillwell, Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, bind. 2 (1906), 53, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[8] Charles Platt Jr. Thomas Platt fra Burlington, New Jersey og hans efterkommere (Peterborough: Richard R Smith Co, 1967), 5.

[9] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 17, [HathiTrust].

[10] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 31, [HathiTrust].

[11] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 40, [HathiTrust].

[12] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 41, [HathiTrust].

[13] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 153, [HathiTrust].

[14] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 195, [HathiTrust].

[15] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 3 (1887-89), 205, [HathiTrust].

[16] Stamtavle for Thomas Platt og Jane, [URL].

[17] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 1 (1887-89), 345, [HathiTrust].

[18] Charles Rufus Street, Huntington byrekorder, herunder Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., Bind. 1 (1887-89), 46, [HathiTrust].

[19] William S. Pelletreau, Optegnelser over byen Smithtown, Long Island, N.Y. (1898), 473, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].

[20] Franklin Platt, Notater om John Plattes aner: født i Burlington County, N.J., 13. august 1749 død nær Wilmington, Del., December 1823 (1896), 9, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[21] S. O. Addy, "En liste over Vills og Freeholders i Derbyshire i 1633," Journal of Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society 6 (1884), 49-74, på 56, [HathiTrust].


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Eastern District i New York

Platt blev nomineret af præsident Richard Nixon den 31. januar 1974 til et sæde, der blev fraflyttet af George Rosling, han blev bekræftet af senatet den 1. marts 1974, og han modtog sin kommission den 8. marts 1974. Fra 1988 til 1995 tjente han som overdommer. Han valgte at tage seniorstatus fra den 1. februar 2001 og fungerede som seniordommer indtil hans død den 4. marts 2017. Platt blev efterfulgt af denne stilling af dommer Sandra Feuerstein. Ώ ]


Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Platt, Thomas Pell

PLATT, THOMAS PELL (1798–1852), orientalist, født i 1798 i London, var søn af Thomas Platt. Efter at have gået på en skole i Little Dunham, Norfolk, blev han optaget på Trinity College, Cambridge, som pensionist den 25. november 1815. Han blev valgt til lærer den 3. april 1818, mindreårig den 2. oktober 1820 og major ved den 2. juli 1823. Han tog BA i 1820 som niende senioroptime, og M.A. i 1823. Mens han var i Cambridge, blev han forbundet med British and Foreign Bible Society og fungerede i nogle år som bibliotekar. I 1823 udgav han et katalog over Æthiopic Biblical MSS. i Royal Library of Paris og i biblioteket i British and Foreign Bible Society og i de efterfølgende år samlet og redigerede Æthiopiske tekster i Det Nye Testamente for samfundet. Formålet med udgivelsen var ikke kritisk, men var 'simpelthen at give abessinierne Bibelen i en så god form som deres gamle version, som det let kunne lade sig gøre.' Platt lavede dog et par noter af de læsninger, der især ramte Hej M. Hans noter strakte sig kun til evangelierne for Apostlenes Gerninger og Epistlerne, han brugte kun et manuskript og Waltons tekst. I 1829 udarbejdede han også en udgave af de syriske evangelier, og i 1844 redigerede han en amharisk version af Bibelen ved hjælp af oversættelsen af ​​Abba Rukh til Det Gamle Testamente og Abu Rumi Habessinus for det nye.

I 1827 forsvarede han British and Foreign Bible Society fra et angreb, der blev foretaget på deres publikationer i 'Quarterly Review.' I 1840 beskrev han i et 'Letter to Dr. Pusey' sin konvertering fra sine evangeliske meninger til traktorsyn. Han protesterede imidlertid mod anvendelsen af ​​nogle af traktoristerne om ’mystiske og åndelige fortolkninger af Det Gamle Testamentes profetier’.

Platt var et af de tidligste medlemmer af Royal Asiatic Society og fungerede i mange år som en af ​​dets orientalske oversættelsesudvalg. Han var også en stipendiat i Society of Antiquaries.

Han boede i mange år på Child's Hill, Hampstead, men døde på Dulwich Hill, Surrey, den 31. oktober 1852 og efterlod en eneste søn, Francis Thomas Platt.

[Gent. Mag. 1852, ii. 660 Luard's Grad. Cant. Proc. Roy. Asiatic Society and Society of Antiquaries Horne's Introduction to Critical Study of the Holy Scriptures, 10. red. iv. 317–320, 733 Smiths dikt. i Bibelen, 1863, iii. 1614 Allibones dikt. Engl. Lit. ii. 1606 Brit. Mus. Kat. Platt's værksinformation venligst leveret af bibliotekar på Trinity College, Cambridge.]


RUSHOLME

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

Denne township har et areal på 974 acres. Det krydses af Gore eller Rushbrook, hvis del mod nord nu er blevet urban i karakter, idet den er en boligforstad til Manchester, en del af den, kendt som Victoria Park, blev anlagt af et selskab dannet i 1837. Den bæk, i centrum af township, er distriktet kaldet Birch mod vest ligger Platt, og mod øst Slade. Healden i nordvest er en del af et distrikt med navnet, der strækker sig vestover til Moss Side. I 1901 blev befolkningen talt med Ardwick.

Hovedvejen er den fra Manchester gennem Withington til Cheshire, på den vestlige side af byen. På den østlige grænse er den gamle vej fra Manchester til Stockport. Der er mange gader og krydsveje. The Great Central Company's jernbane krydser den sydlige ende af byen.

En skare med romerske mønter, 253–73 e.Kr., blev fundet ved Birch. (fn. 1)

Den grønne var tæt på byens centrum og rørte ved Dickenson Road. (fn. 2)

En lokal bestyrelse blev dannet for Rusholme i 1851 (fn. 3) grænserne blev derefter ændret, (fn. 4) og distriktet blev taget ind i byen Manchester i 1885. Township ophørte med at have en separat eksistens i 1896 og blev til del af den nye bydel i South Manchester.

En offentlig hal og bibliotek blev bygget i 1860 efter overførslen til Manchester Corporation, den blev åbnet som et gratis bibliotek i 1892. Der er en park ved Birch Fields og en anden kaldet Platt Fields. Whitworth Park, (fn. 5) i det nordvestlige hjørne, ligger delvist i Chorlton-upon-Medlock.

MANOR

Mens der aldrig var nogen herregård af RUSHOLME, som kun var et distrikt i Withington, gav det en efternavn til en lokal familie, (fn. 6), og der var flere godser inden for det, der kræver meddelelse - Platt, Birch, Slade og Holt. Tidligere dækkede navnet på township, i det mindste i populært sprog, et meget bredere område, der strækker sig over den vestlige del af Gorton (fn. 7), mens på den anden side skikken med at bruge navnet Withington til at omfatte Rusholme og andre distrikter gør det er i mange tilfælde svært at være sikker på den nøjagtige lokalitet af landområderne i chartrene og anførte anbringender.

I Henry II eller Richard I's tid gav Matthew søn af William til Hospitallerne landet PLATT, med dets tilhængere i Withington, i rene almisser. (fn. 8) I 1190 tildelte Garnier de Nablous, prioren i England, dette sammen med andre områder af hans ordre til Richard de la More til en samlet husleje på 4s., betales på Hospitallers 'bopæl i London. (fn. 9) William søn af Richard de More gav en gruppe Platt, i ægteskab med sin datter Cecily, til Henry søn af Gilbert til en husleje på 6d. (fn. 10) Den anden del synes omkring 1260 at have vendt tilbage til Hospitallerne, der gav den til Richard søn af Adam de Farnworth, til en husleje på 4s. (fn. 11) Mens den tidligere gruppe blev delt mellem et antal lejere, (fn. 12) forblev sidstnævnte udelt i besiddelse af efterkommerne af støttemodtageren, der overtog navnet Platt (fn. 13) og beholdt det , betaler huslejen på 4s. indtil 1625. Det blev derefter solgt til Ralph Worsley, (fn. 14), hvis efterkommere og deres legater længe beholdt godset. (fn. 15)

Worsley af Platt. Argent på en chef gules en vægmaleri krone eller.

Det mest fremtrædende medlem af familien var generalmajor Charles Worsley, en oprigtig puritaner, der aktivt deltog i sager på parlamentarisk side (fn. 16) og havde den tvivlsomme ære at sprede resterne af det lange parlament med magt i 1653 og overtog ansvaret for 'balken', som Cromwell beordrede fjernet. (fn. 17) Han var også engageret i regeringen i Lancashire, (fn. 18) konfiskerede ejendommen for royalister, fyldte målene med 'papister' (fn. 19) undertrykte hestevæddeløb og på anden måde promoverede det offentlige gode ifølge hans lys. Slidt op med sit arbejde, døde han i juni 1656, i en tidlig alder af femogtredive. (fn. 20) Godset var indtil for nylig ejet af Nicholas Tindal-Carill-Worsley, der giftede sig med Elizabeth datteren og arving til Charles Carill-Worsley og overtog hendes efternavn. (fn. 21) Platt Hall og ejendom tilhører nu Manchester Corporation.

Hallen er et stort almindeligt murstenshus bygget omkring år 1764 (fn. 22) af John Carill Worsley, i stedet for den gamle tømmer- og gipsbygning, der ikke stod særlig langt væk på et sted, der var omfattet af den nuværende have. I en oversigt over indholdet i det gamle hus taget i 1669 nævnes følgende lokaler og steder: 'Hallen, den store stue, smørret, mælkehuset, kvindestuen, den lille stue, bryggeriet, køkken med Bessy-stue, drikkehuset, ostekammeret, kagekammeret, brætteloftet, det lille kammer, generalens kammer, det store kammer, det midterste kammer, det høje kammer, det lille kammer og skabet, garnet kammer.'

Det BIRK gods (fn. 23) nedstammede fra omkring 1260 til 1743 i en familie, der tog et efternavn fra det. Matthew søn af Matthew de Haversage tildelt Matthew søn af Matthew de Birches hele Hindley Birches land, med en husleje på 3s. grænserne viser, at den lå mellem Gore Brook mod nord og den store grøft i syd. (fn. 24) Flere af familien siges at have markeret sig i de franske krige i 1400 -tallet, (fn. 25), men dets mest bemærkelsesværdige medlem var oberst Thomas Birch, (fn. 26) en puritaner og parlamentariker af en noget brutal type, (fn. 27), der deltog aktivt i borgerkrigen i Lancashire. Han blev gjort til guvernør i Liverpool ved genindtagelsen af ​​byen i 1644 og repræsenterede det i parlamentet fra 1649 til 1658. (fn. 28) Ved restaureringen trak han sig tilbage i privatlivet, (fn. 29) og blev i 1678 efterfulgt af hans søn Thomas Birch den antikke. (fn. 30) Thomas søn døde uden problemer, og hans bror, dr. Peter Birch, en prebendær i Westminster, kom i besiddelse. (fn. 31) Han døde i 1710, og hans søn Humphrey, der tog efternavnet Wyrley, solgte Birch i 1743 til George Croxton i Manchester af ham, det blev overført to år senere til John Dickenson, en anden købmand i Manchester, som fik nogle større berygtelse for at blive vært for prins Charles Edward under sit ophold i byen. (fn. 32) Hans oldebarn Louisa Frances Mary Dickenson, der døde i 1837, bar birkegodset til sin mand general Sir William Anson, bart. den er forblevet i deres efterkommers besiddelse.

Birch of Birch. Azure tre fleurs de lis argent.

Birch Hall står i en behagelig situation øst for kirken, godt beskyttet på tre sider af træer og med udsigt over Birch Fields mod nord. Det oprindelige sted synes at have været bestemt af en lille bæk, som stadig danner grænsen for hallens grund på sydsiden. (fn. 33) Huset var oprindeligt en træ- og gipsbygning af betydeligt omfang, at dømme ud fra listen over værelser, der er nævnt i en opgørelse taget i 1678, (fn. 34), men den eneste del, der nu er tilbage, er blevet så meget moderniseret og tilføjet til, at det kun præsenterer lidt eller intet af dets tidligere udseende. Det består af to fløje i rette vinkler mod nord og vest, hvoraf sidstnævnte ser ud til at være en del af en bygning fra 1600-tallet. En god del af trækonstruktionen af ​​ydervæggene og det gamle tag er stadig tilbage, selvom væggene senere er blevet meget restaureret og fyldt med murværk og nye vinduer indsat. Den vestlige højde og endegavlen mod nord bevarer dog noget af deres gamle sort / hvide udseende, selvom gavlen er blevet lemlæstet ved senere arbejde, og en del af 'bindingsværket' er kun gips og maling. Nordfløjen er af mursten med stenkviner, og er sandsynligvis en ombygning af en tidligere trækonstruktion. Foran dette, på et senere tidspunkt, højst sandsynligt i begyndelsen af ​​1800 -tallet, er der tilføjet en ny murstenfront, bestående af to værelser og indgang, der rager betydeligt foran nordfløjen og helt ændrer udseendet af huset. Bygningen er i to etager med grå sten skifertag, og alt murværk er malet gult. I vestfløjen er der tre øvre rum med god wainscot fra det 17. århundrede, men panelerne er ikke alle i sin oprindelige position, og i et værelse er malet om. Der er en lille egetræstrappe til loftet, og et eller to gamle vinduer er tilbage med diamantbrud. Der er dele af træværket fra det 17. århundrede i forskellige dele af huset, beslagene i den gamle bygning bliver uden tvivl behandlet med lidt respekt i de senere ændringer. Disse har været så effektive, at intet meget bestemt kan angives med hensyn til husets oprindelige plan eller indretning. Der er murede udhuse på sydsiden for enden af ​​vestfløjen.

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. Vædde. 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. Vædde. 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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