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John Elmer Thomas

John Elmer Thomas

John Elmer Thomas, die seun van 'n boer, is gebore in Greencastle, Indiana, op 8 September 1876. Hy studeer in 1900 aan die DePaux -universiteit en werk as advokaat in Oklahoma City en Lawton.

Thomas, 'n lid van die Demokratiese Party, is verkies tot die 68ste kongres in 1922. Oor die volgende paar jaar werk hy nou saam met William Borah, Henrik Shipstead, Bronson Cutting, Lynn Frazier, Robert LaFollette Jr., Gerald Nye, Burton K. Wheeler en ander progressiewe in die Senaat.

Thomas was voorsitter van die komitee oor Indiese aangeleenthede en het in die komitee oor landbou en bosbou gedien. Thomas was 'n onsuksesvolle kandidaat vir hernominasie in 1950 en werk as advokaat in Washington voordat hy in 1957 na Lawton, Oklahoma, terugkeer. John Elmer Thomas is op 19 September 1965 oorlede.


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  • Bewaarplek: R403 Naam: Ancestry.com Adres: Ancestry.com CONT 360 West 4800 North, Provo, UT 84604 Naam: Ancestry.com Adres 1: 360 West 4800 North, Provo, UT 84604
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  • Bron: S59 Afkorting: 1911 Census of Canada Titel: 1911 Census of Canada Publikasie: Aanlynpublikasie - Provo, UT, VSA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006. Oorspronklike gegewens - Ottawa, Kanada: Library and Archives Canada. Mikrofilm spoel T-20326 tot T-20460. Oorspronklike data: Biblioteek en argiewe Kanada. Sensus van Kanada, 1911. Ottawa, Kanada: Biblioteek en Ar Paranthetical: Y
  • Bron: S60 Afkorting: 1901 Sensus van Kanada Titel: 1901 Sensus van Kanada Publikasie: Aanlynpublikasie - Provo, UT, VSA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006. Oorspronklike gegewens - Ottawa, Kanada: Library and Archives Canada. RG31, T-6428 tot T-6556. Oorspronklike data: Library and Archives Canada. Sensus van Kanada, 1901. Ottawa, Kanada: Biblioteek en argiewe Canad Paranthetical: Y
    Bron: #S59 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse .dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Woondatum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Bron: #S60 Let op: http: // soek .ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = probeer CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv= probeer data: teks: naam: elmer samson geboortedatum: 1882 geboorteplek: new brunswick woning datum: 1901 woonplek: weldford, Kent, new brunswick bron: #s59 nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll ? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New B runwickResidence Datum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http: //search.ancestry .ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse .dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Residensiedatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Bron: #S59 Let op: http: //search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti = 5543 & ampindiv = probeer D ata: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New BrunswickResidence Datum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Onbekende gebeurtenisdata: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New BrunswickResidence Datum: 1901Residence Place: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http: //search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Woondatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/ cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: # S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http: // soek .ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = probeer CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv= probeer Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Koshuisplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S212 Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi- bin/sse.dll? db = 1911 canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Onbekende gebeurtenisdata: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorte Plek: New BrunswickResidence Datum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http: // search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Woonplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse .dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Woonplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll ? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http: // search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&ind = probeer Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New BrunswickResidence Datum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Bron: #S60 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse .dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer SamsonBirth : 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Resi datum datum: 1901Residence Place: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http:/ /search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Onbekende gebeurtenisdata: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Woondatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Let op: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin /sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Residensiedatum: 1911 Residensieplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http: //search.ancestry .ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Data : Te xt: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Koshuisplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse. dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum : 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Koshuisplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti= 5543 & ampindiv = probeer CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Woondatum: 1911 Woonplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http: // search. ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/s se.dll? db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Woondatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Bron: #S59 Let op: http : //search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = probeer CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h= 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Residentiedatum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse. dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Onbekende gebeurtenisdata: Teks: Naam: Elmes ThomasBirth Datum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New BrunswickResidence Datum: 1911Residence Place: New Brunswick Bron: #S60 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844 080 & amp; : 1901Residence Place: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http: // search .ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Woonplek: New Brunswick Bron : #S59 Nota: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse. dll? db = 1911canada & amph = 3255575 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Woonplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S212 Bron: #S60 Nie e: http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901canada&h=9844080&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db = 1901canada & amph = 9844080 & ampti = 5543 & ampindiv = try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmer Samson Geboortedatum: 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1901 Woonplek: Weldford, Kent, New Brunswick Bron: #S59 Nota: http: // soek. ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try CONT CONT http://search.ancestry.ca/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1911canada&h=3255575&ti=5543&indiv=try Data: Teks: Naam: Elmes Thomas Geboortedatum: Oktober 1882 Geboorteplek: New Brunswick Koshuisdatum: 1911 Koshuisplek: New Brunswick Bron: #S8 Data: Teks: in PEI Huwelikslisensieboek 1863-1871

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John Elmer Thomas - Geskiedenis

ID: 34141254
Betree die diens vanaf: Tennessee
Ranglys: Sersant

Diens: Amerikaanse weermag, 42ste veldartilleriebataljon, 4de infanteriedivisie

Oorlede: Woensdag, 07 Junie 1944
Begrawe te: Cambridge Amerikaanse begraafplaas
Plek: Cambridge , Engeland
Komplot: D Ry: 2 Graf: 41

Toekennings: Pers Hart

Mnr en mev John Thomas van Sweetwater is in kennis gestel dat hul seun, sers. John Elmer Thomas, is dood aan wonde wat hy opgedoen het tydens die inval van Frankryk op 6 Junie. Hy was in een van die eerste tenkafdelings wat geland het. Die gedenkdiens is Sondagmiddag by die Murray -kapel gehou. Sers. Thomas was drie jaar in diens en was ongeveer ses maande gelede na Engeland.


Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Aylmer, John

AYLMER, JOHN (1521–1594), biskop van Londen, wie se naam, gekontrakteer deur die Saksiese Æthelmaer, ook as Ælmer of Elmer verskyn, is gebore uit 'n ou familie wat lank woonagtig was in hul voorvaderstoel van Aylmer Hall, in die gemeente Tivetshall St Mary, Norfolk. As skoolseun trek hy die kennis op van Henry Gray, markies van Dorset, en daarna hertog van Suffolk, deur wie se vrymoedigheid hy gestuur is om in Cambridge opgevoed te word. Daar word gesê dat hy 'n genoot was van Queens 'College, op daardie stadium 'n bekende oord van die meer gevorderde hervormers, maar dit is 'n kwessie van onsekerheid. Hy gaan voort met B.A. in 1541, en kort nadat hy bestellings geneem het, is sy beskermheer geïnstalleer as sy privaat kapelaan en ook as onderwyser vir sy kinders in Bradgate in Leicestershire. In hierdie laasgenoemde hoedanigheid het hy die instrukteur geword van Lady Jane Gray, wie se getuienis tot sy verdienste was as een wat 'saggies', 'aangenaam' en 'met sulke eerlike aanleerings' geleer het, bewaar word in die bekende verhaal wat deur Ascham (Skolemeester, red. Burgemeester, pp. 33-34). Dit blyk dat hy sy voordele in Cambridge vir Thomas Becon in sy 'Jewel of Joy' (Werk, red. Ayre, ii. 424), praat van hom dat hy op hierdie tydstip 'uitstekend goed geleer' was in beide Latyn en Grieks.

Op 15 Junie 1553 word Aylmer as aartsdiaken van Stow, in die bisdom Lincoln, geïnstalleer. Hy woon eers in Strassburg, en daarna in Zürich, beide die belangrikste herenigingsentrums vir die ballinge in Marië, tot die toetreding van Elizabeth. Gedurende hierdie jare het hy hom besig gehou met die instruksie van verskillende jong Engelse here wat ook hul land tydelik verlaat het, en ook om die martelaar John Fox by te staan ​​in 'n Latynse vertaling van die 'Handelinge en monumente'. Die feit dat Aylmer deur Fox aangevra is om hom hierdie hulp te verleen, is 'n bewys van sy reputasie as 'n akkurate Latynse geleerde, terwyl Aylmer se getuienis (die van geen toegeeflike kritikus nie) oor die korrektheid en verdienste van Fox se wonderlike werk nog steeds op rekord is (Strype , lewe van Aylmer, bl. 8-10.

By die toetreding van Elizabeth keer hy terug na Engeland en word hy aangestel as een van die agt goddelike om 'n dispuut in Westminster te voer met 'n ooreenstemmende aantal van die Rooms -Katolieke oorreding. In 1562, deur die invloed van een van sy leerlinge in die buiteland (Thomas Dannet) saam met Cecil, word hy bevorder tot die waardevolle aartsdiakonie van Lincoln. Vir die volgende veertien jaar woon hy in die stad, kyk na die sake van die bisdom, en help af en toe aartsbiskop Parker in sy pogings ten behoewe van leer deur navorsing in die katedraalbiblioteek. Hy het in 1562 in konvokasie gesit en ingeteken op die nege-en-dertig artikels. In 1573 ontvang hy deur opeenhoping die grade B.D. en D.D. in Oxford.

Op 24 Maart, 1576–7, word Aylmer in opeenvolging van Sandys as biskop van Londen ingewy, en van hierdie tyd af kom sy arbitrêre en onversoenlike geaardheid gereeld tot onaangename bekendheid. Hy het gestry met sy voorganger ('n man soos homself van heftige humeur) met betrekking tot hul relatiewe aansprake op die inkomste van die bisdom, en weer oor die kwessie van vervalle. Sy heerskappy oor sy bisdom word gekenmerk deur buitengewone erns, boetes en gevangenisstraf wat gereeld opgelê word aan diegene wat van hom verskil oor leerstellige vrae, hetsy puriteine ​​of katolieke. 'N Jong boekhandelaar wat 'n afskrif van die gevierde' Admonition to Parliament 'verkoop het, 'n werk wat aan Cartwright toegeskryf word, waarin die biskoplike kantoor in die opsomming en die werklike houers daarvan in die Engelse kerk op dieselfde manier as kritiek gekritiseer is, is ook gepleeg deur hom tronk toe. Hy het sy bes probeer om die onlangs herleefde universiteitspers in Cambridge (Staatsblaaie, Binnelandse, Eliz. clxi. l). Die ongewildheid wat hy met hierdie en soortgelyke maatreëls ontlok het, word aangedui deur 'n inligting wat teen hom gelê is oor die tyd dat hy al die ellende by Fulham laat val het, 'n aanklag wat Strype as 'n 'skandelike onwaarheid' veroordeel. Aylmer blyk egter dat hy bewus geraak het dat sy geleenthede vir bruikbaarheid in sy bisdom in groot mate verlore gegaan het, en het meer as een mislukte poging aangewend om sy verwydering na 'n minder moeisame kantoor, by Ely of Winchester, te kry. Whitgift, wat blykbaar sy beleid in die algemeen goedgekeur het, het hom aangestel om op haar verjaardag in 1583 voor die koningin te preek, maar Aylmer het kort daarna gewaag om die koninklike lasbrief te kry om Cartwright, die groot puriteinse leier, in die gevangenis te sit, Elizabeth, met haar ongewone oneerlikheid, wat dit verstandig ag om die verrigtinge te ontken, het tekens van haar misnoeë getoon. Sy vyande, wat nie min was nie, het probeer om van hierdie omstandigheid gebruik te maak deur klagtes teen hom aan te wend vir die wanbesteding van die biskoplike inkomste, 'n beskuldiging wat hy blykbaar suksesvol afgeweer het deur Burghley 'n gedetailleerde weergawe van sy finansiële posisie te gee en dat van die sien. In dieselfde jaar, tydens 'n besoek in Essex, het hy slegs aan 'n openbare belediging in die Maldon -kerk ontsnap deur vooraf van die ontwerp kennis te neem. Nadat hy die name van die aanstigters geleer het, toon hy sy gewone wrokige humeur deur hulle tronk toe te stuur. Dit is nie verbasend om te vind dat Aylmer, in 1588, die Martin Marprelate -traktate verskyn nie, uitgesonder vir hul felste satire. Die laaste jare van sy lewe toon egter geen versagting in sy beleid nie. Hy neem 'n leidende rol in die ontneming van Robert Cawdrey, 'n predikant in Luffenham, vir 'n paar onoordeelkundige opmerkings rakende die gebedsboek-'n maatreël wat gelei het tot vier jaar van irriterende regsgedinge. Hy het ook op dieselfde manier 'Smith met silwer tong' geskors, 'n jong en bekwame goddelike, en die gewildste prediker van die dag en weer (baie teen die wens en advies van Burghley) Robert Dyke, van St. Albans.

Dit lyk asof Elizabeth begeerlik was om die wens van Aylmer om na 'n ander kantoor te verwyder, te stel, en stel die van Worcester en Bancroft voor as sy opvolger in Londen. Onderhandelinge met hierdie siening is gevolglik begin, maar Aylmer se onuitvoerbare humeur het daartoe gelei dat hy aangedring het op voorwaardes waarop Bancroft nie sou toetree nie, en na drie ondoeltreffende pogings om tot 'n verstandhouding te kom, het laasgenoemde van alle verdere bespreking oor die onderwerp afgestaan. Kort voor sy dood (3 Junie 1594) het Aylmer egter uitdruklik sy hoop dat Bancroft hom kan opvolg (MSS. Baker, xxxvi. 335).

Hy is begrawe in die St. Paul's Cathedral, maar die 'mooi steen van grys marmer' wat die plek van sy begraafplaas gemerk het, verskyn nie meer nie. Die inskripsie, wat geheel en al vry was van 'n volledige lofrede, het op 'n opregte manier opgeteken dat hy

Ter senos annos Præsul semel Exul, et idem
Bis Pugil in causa religionis erat.

Hy trou met Judith Bures, 'n dame van Suffolk, by wie hy sewe seuns en drie dogters gehad het. Van die eersgenoemde was een (Samuel) balju vir die graafskap Suffolk, 'n ander (John) tot ridder en woon in Rigby in Lincolnshire. Later afstammelinge van Aylmer is kolonel Whitgift Aylmer, wat 1701 oorlede is (Le Neve, Monum. Angl, 1650–1718, pp. 190, 197), en Brabazon Aylmer, Esq., Van die Middeltempel, wat getrou het met juffrou Bragge 81 Julie 1735 (Gent. Mag., 1735, bl. 500 a). Aylmer is na 'n rukkie opgevolg in sy siening deur Richard Vaughan, met wie hy in sy leeftyd bevriend was, en wat blykbaar deur hom of deur 'n afkoms aan hom verwant was (Baker, Hist. van St. John's College, red. Burgemeester, p. 255).

Aylmer word veronderstel om deur Spenser in sy 'Shepheard's Calendar' (Julie) aangewys te word onder die naam van Morrell, die 'prudde en ambisieuse weiveld' - die naam wat gevorm word deur 'n lettergreep van Elmer, net soos Algrind, in dieselfde eklogue, word gevorm uit Grindal. Die puriteine ​​het hom ook Marelme genoem (Hay any Worke vir Cooper, red. Petheram, pp. 24, 26).

Dit kan kwalik betwyfel word dat Aylmer, sowel uit sy siening as sy temperament, onbevoeg was om die biskoplike amp te vervul in die moeilike tye waarin hy geleef het. Hy het die puriteine ​​veral aanstoot gegee deur sy poging om die opvatting van die viering van Sondag wat die Engelse party in die algemeen goedgekeur het, bekend te stel, en sy praktyk om op die heilige dag aan rolbal te speel, was 'n bron van groot skandaal (Marprelate's Sendbrief, bl. 6, 52, 54). Net soos Laud, in wie hy in baie opsigte baie lyk, verdien hy lof vir sy gehegtheid aan leer en vir sy kieskeurige beskerming van geleerdes. Hy was 'n bekwame logikus, was goed vertroud met Hebreeus, Grieks en Latyn, het geskiedenis bestudeer en die reputasie gehad dat hy 'n goeie burger was. Sy reputasie as geleerde en skrywer word aangedui deur die feit dat hy, net soos dr. Still en Alexander Nowell, versoek is om 'n confutasie op te stel van die 'Disciplina' van Walter Travers, die erkende handboek van sowel die vroeëre as die later puriteinisme (Churton's Nowell, bl. 223) Burghley het hom ook aangespoor om die 'tien redes' van Campian, die Jesuïet, te beantwoord. Met geen van hierdie versoeke het hy dit egter goed geag om te antwoord nie.

Die enigste van sy werke wat hier vir kennisgewing gevra moet word, is sy antwoord aan die 'Monstrous Regiment of Women' van John Knox, getiteld 'An Harborowe for faithful and trewe Subjects, against the late blowne Blaste, met betrekking tot die regering van vroue. Strasburgh, 1559 ' - 'n komposisie waarvan die meriete erken word deur Knox se eie biograaf, dr. M'Crie. Van sy ander geskrifte (hoofsaaklik preke en toegewyde werke) sal volledige besonderhede in Cooper se 'Athenæ Cantabrigienses', ii. 171–2.

[Life by Strype sien ook 'n afskrif met MS. notas deur Baker in St. John's Coll. Biblioteek, Cam. Cooper, Athenæ Cantabrigienses die Marprelate Tracts, passief Maskell's History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy Clarke's Ipswich, 447 Ashmolean MSS. Nicolas se lewe van sir Chr. Hatton, indeks Marshall's Genealogist's Guide Marsden's Early Puritans Haweis 'Sketches of the Reformation Hunt's History of Religious Thought, i. 73–76 Zürich Letters Maitland se opstelle oor die reformasie, 200–225 M'Crie's Life of Knox, 162–167.]


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JOHN BRIDGE 1576-1665

[Ancestral Link: Lura Minnie Parker ( Stagge ), daughter of Minnie May Elmer (Parker), daughter of Mark Alfred Elmer, son of Hannah Polina Child (Elmer), daughter of Alfred Bosworth Child, son of Mark Anthony Child, son of Increase Child, son of Mary Lyon (Child), daughter of Joseph Lyon, son of Mary Bridge (Lyon), daughter of John Bridge, son of Edward Bridge, son of John Bridge.]

[Ancestral Link: Lura Minnie Parker ( Stagge ), daughter of Minnie May Elmer (Parker), daughter of Mark Alfred Elmer, son of Hannah Polina Child (Elmer), daughter of Alfred Bosworth Child, son of Mark Anthony Child, son of Increase Child, son of Ephraim Child, son of Ephraim Child, son of Grace Morris (Child), daughter of Grace Bett (Morris), daughter of Mary Bridge ( Bett ), daughter of John Bridge.]

The inscription on the tombstone of John Bridge "The Puritan" reads as follows:

"In memory of John Bridge, Esq. member of Hooker's company that left Braintree , Essex County, England, in 1631. In 1632 settled in this city and became a leading citizen. He was admitted a Freeman in 1634. He had the supervision of the first public school established in the colony in 1635 and this led to the erection of Harvard College in 1638. He was chosen Deacon at the reorganization of the Church in 1636. He was Selectman from 1635-1652. He represented the town in the Legislature, 1637-1641. He was employed by the General Court to lay out lands, served on committees and performed other important duties. He was a large landholder in Cambridge as well as in other parts of the colony. He filled almost all the offices of honor and trust within the gift of his fellow citizens, and was greatly esteemed for his integrity and Christian virtues. He died April 15, 1685. "In memory of Elizabeth, sister of Deacon John Bridge, and wife of John Betts , Esq., died Jan. 2, 1664. "Erected by Samuel J. Bridge, July 4, 1876."


Christ Church - Harvard Square Burying Ground

Christ Church - Harvard Square Burying Ground

Bridge Tombstones 10/10/10, Brattle Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts
House presently standing on the site of Puritan John Bridge's original home. Was used as Washington's Headquarters and then was Longfellow's home. Now a national historic site. Also note almost directly behind the house is the oldest church 1632 I believe.
A standing portrait of John Bridge holding the Bible in his proper right hand and stepping forward with his proper right foot. He is dressed in Puritan clothing which includes a broad -brimmed hat. The sculpture rests atop a circular bronze base on top of a square granite base.

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Headstone Details
Cemetery name - Old Burying Ground
Name on headstone - John Bridge
Birth - 1578 - Essex County, England
Death - 1665 - Cambridge, Middlesex , Massachusetts

Old Burying Ground, Cambridge, Middlesex , Massachusetts


John Elmer Thomas - History

HISTORY of HALFMOON, NY
FROM OUR COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE
A DESCRIPTIVE AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF
S ARATOGA C OUNTY
NEW YORK
PREPARED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
T HE S ARATOGIAN
THE BOSTON HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 1899

Halfmoon occupies a part of the southeastern corner of the county. It is bounded on the north by Malta and Stiliwater, on the east by the east bounds of the county, on the south by Waterford and the south line of the county, and on the west by Clifton Park. The Revised Statutes define the town as follows:

The town of Halfmoon shall contain all that part of said county bounded northerly by Anthony's Kill, easterly by the east bounds of the county, southerly by Waterford and the south bounds of the county, and westerly by a line beginning at the outlet of Round Lake then running south to the east side of William Gates' grist mill then southerly through the centre of the mill pond across the bridge over said pond then southerly to the west side of Joseph Merrill's dwelling house then south to the Van Schaick line, then along said line to the Mohawk river, varying the same at the dwelling house of Ephraim Stevens so as to leave the same on the west side of the line.

The surface is undulating and contains several small streams running in places through narrow ravines. The eastern section, extending along the river bank, is fiat and fertile, as is most of the land. Anthony's creek and Dwaas' kill flow into the Hudson, and Steena kill into the Mohawk. The Erie canal passes through the western half of the southern part of the town, running nearly parallel to the Mohawk river. The Champlain canal traverses the eastern part of the town from north to south. The Delaware & Hudson Canal company's railroad runs nearly parallel with this canal, and east of it, from Waterford to Mechanicville, running thence in a westerly direction about parallel with the north line of the town. The Fitchburg railroad also extends westerly from Mechanicville nearly parallel with the northern line of the town.

The earliest settlements in Halfmoon located on the banks of the Mohawk about 1680. Killiaen Vandenburgh built a home near Dunsbach's Ferry in 1718. The earliest building in Mechanicville doubtless was Gates's tavern. Henry Bailey had a tavern about a mile below, near the river, soon after the Revolution, perhaps earlier. Shiibael Cross had another at Middletown before the Revolution.

Mechanicville is the principal village in Halfmoon. It lies partly in the northeast corner of the town and partly in Stillwater. It is a manufacturing and railroad centre of considerable importance. Here are located large shops of the Delaware & Hudson and the Fitchburg railroads, the immense plant of the Duncan company, manufacturers of fine paper two large sash and blind factories, two large brick kilns, four knitting mills, a shirt factory, important lumber yards, a factory for manufacturing electrical goods, and other manufactures. The Duncan company is supplied with power principally from a dam across the Hudson river, In 1897 and 1898 a second large dam was erected in the Hudson for the development of power for transmission to the works of the General Electric company at Schenectady, about fifteen miles away. The electric current will be transmitted from Mechanicville to Schenectady by heavy insulated wires. The village has excellent railroad facilities, including, beside the steam roads mentioned, an electric line between Mechanicville and Stiliwater. A line extending southward and connecting with Troy and Albany is in course of construction, and plans are being made for an extension to Saratoga Springs. The school system has undergone great improvements in recent years, and two new school buildings are soon to be constructed. There are five churches in the village-Baptist, Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Protestant Episcopal and Roman Catholic. There are also a Masonic lodge, and Odd Fellows lodge, three social clubs and several other fraternal organizations. It also has a well organized and equipped fire department. Mechanicville was not incorporated by law as a village until 1870. It was chartered by the County Court in July, 1859, and at the first election, September 10, following, ninety-five votes were cast. These trustees were elected: Cyrus Gilbert, Stephen Burtis, Lewis Smith, Job G. Viall, A. A. Buckhout. The board of trustees elected Lewis Smith chairman and William P. Harris clerk. Until 1870 the chief executive officer of the village was the chairman or president of the board of trustees. These officers were:

1859, Lewis Smith 1862, William Clements 1863, Lyman Dwight 1864, Isaac M. Smith 1865, John W. Ensign 1866, John Elmer 1867, John C. Greene 1868, John C. Greene (removed from village and succeeded by Alonzo Howland) 1869, Lewis E. Smith 1870, William W. Smith.

In 1870 the State Legislature granted a new charter for the village, when these officers were elected by the people direct:

President, William W. Smith trustees, William Johnson, Newton H. Ballou, William M. Warren, Charles Wheeler clerk, J. Frank Terry treasurer, Richard Richards collector, Michael Short.

The following is a complete list of the village presidents since the incorporation of Mechanicville:

1871, William W. Smith 1872-78, Lewis E. Smith 1879, Newton H. Ballou 1880, John C. Greene 1881, Charles Wheeler 1882, J. Frank Terry 1883. Daniel E. La Dow 1884, George R. Moore 1885-86, George E. Lockwood 1887, Obadiah Tompkins 1888-89, William W. Smith 1890, Edward H. Strang 1891, John C. Greene 1892, William C. Tailmadge 1893, Herbert 0. Bailey 1894, John H. Massey 1895, Albert H. Barnes 1896, Hiram B. Mace 1.97, Emmons A. Starks 1898, William H. Allen.

There are five hamlets in Halfmoon. Newton is located about two miles southwest of Mechanicville Smithtown about two miles south of Newton Clifton Park west of the centre of the town near the Clifton Park town line Crescent just north of the great bend in the Mohawk and Middletown about a mile easterly from Crescent. The First Baptist church of Halfmoon, located at Middletown, organized in 1835, succeeded the Baptist church at Newtown, long since extinct. The Second Baptist church of Halfmoon, at Clifton Park, was founded in 1841, the M. E. church at Smithtown about 1870, the M. E. church at Crescent in 1852, the Reformed Protestant Dutch church of Middletown (now extinct) in 1791, and the M. E. church at Coon's Crossing about 1858.

Half moon was one of the original districts of Saratoga county, the other being Saratoga. In 1816 Waterford was set off, the name of Halfmoon then becoming Orange. The old name was restored in 1820. Clifton Park was taken off in 1828. The district of Halfmoon was organized as a part of Albany county in 1772, as a town of Albany county in 1788, and as a town as at present constituted in 1828. In the following list of supervisors, those serving from 1788 to 1828 came from various parts of the old town:

1788-90, Jacobus Van Schoonhoven 1791, Benjamin Rosekrans 1792-94, Richard Davis, jr. 1795-1800, Benjamin Rosekrans 1801-17, Zebulon Mott 1818-20, Nathan Garnsey 1821-27, David Garnsey 1828-37, Asahel Philo 1838-39, Isaac Smith 1840, Platt Smith 1841, Chauncey Boughton 1842-43, Abraham Travis 1844-45, William Chute 1846, Benjamin S. Cowles 1847, David W. Wait: 1848, Lucius M. Smith 1849-50, James Noxon 1851-52, Stephen Emigh 1853-54, Benjamin Wait 1855, Shubael Taylor 1856-57, Thomas Noxon 1858. Nehemiah Philo 1859, William Cary 1860-61, Thomas Noxon 1862-63, C. J. Warrington 1864-66, Thomas Noxon 1867, John C. Greene 1868, Charles H. Clute 1869, Henry L. Haight 1870-71, M. 0. Caldwell 1872-73, Daniel R. White 1874, Jacob C. Defreest1 1875- 76, Charles H. Clute 1877-78. Henry L. Haight 1879-82, George Rogers 1883, Peter Smith 1884-85, Cornelius R. Sheffer 1886-87. Edward L. Haight 1888-89, Melbourn H. Van Voorhees 1890, Silas Hayner 1891-97, Henry D. Saford 1898, George H. Whitney.

The town clerks have been:

1788-90, Jacob Fort 1791-18 18, Abraham Moe 1819-21, Asahel Philo 1822, Ephraim Stevens 1823-31. Benjamin I. Hall 1832, Nicholas Emigh, jr. 1833-35, John P. Steenburgh 1836-37, Robert Forbes 1838-39, Chauncey Boughton 1840-43, Nicholas E. Phio 1844-45, Nehemiah Phio 1846, Henry L. Landon 1847, Aaron A. Knight 1848, Isaac Clements 1849, James T. Wiley 1850, Lyman W. Clements 1851-53, L. B. Schermerhorn 1854-55, Selafi Knight 1856, Warren Rulison 1857-59, C. J. Warrington 1860, Henry Lape 1861-62, Daniel R. White 1863, Martin Sherman 1864-67, Warren Rulison 1868, M. 0. Caidwell 1869, James H. Clark 1870, Jacob A. West 1871, Warren Rulison 1872-73, Jacob C. Defreest 1874-75, S. S. Teachout 1876-77, Henry Clark 1878-82, J. Frank Terry 1883-85, Edward L. Haight 1886-90, William G. Davry 1891-93, Norman W. Kelso 1894- 98, William T. Moore.

The justices of the peace elected by the people have been:

1831, William Fowler 1832, William Clute 1833, Stephen Varnum (or Vernam) 1834, Asahel Phio 1835, William Fowler 1836, Nathan A. Philo 1837, Stephen Vernam 1838, Benjamin S. Curtis 1839, James Noxie 1840. Nathan A. Philo 1841. James V. Bradshaw 1842, Stephen H. Sherman 1843, Lewis E. Smith 1844, Nathan A. Philo 1845, David W. Wait 1846, B. S. Cowles 1847, Moses Clements 1848, Eldert I. Van Woert 1849, .D. W. Wait 1850, Samuel A. House 1851, John R. McGregor 1852, Abram Sickles 1853, D. W. Wait 1854. Charles H. Fowler 1855, William Ostrander, John 0. Mott 1856, Selah Knight 1857, William Hicks, Henry I. Dunsbach, Deodatus W. Hurd 1858, Harmon J. .Quackenbush 1859, Nathan Tabor 1860, Abram Sickles 1861, Samuel R. Mott 1862, Melvin Van Voorhees 1863, H. J. Quackenbush 1864, Nathan F. Phio 1865, Charles E. Dillingham, Smith L. Mitchell 1866, James Clark 1867, Charles E. Gorsline, William Hicks 1868, Selab Knight 1869. Charles E. Dillingham 1870, Melvin Van Voorhees 1871, Charles E. Gorsline, Charles E. Dillingham 1872, Selah Knight 1878, William A. P. Cassidy 1874, Melvin Van Voorhees 1875, William L. Potter 1876, Selah Knight 1877, William A. T. Cassidy 1878, Henry Clark 1879, William C. Tailmadge 1880, Selah Knight 1881, William A. T. Cassidy 1882, Henry Clark (long term), William A. Mansfield (short term) 1883, William C. Tailmadge 1884, James A. Knight 1885, William A. T. Cassidy (long term), George W. Porter (short term) 1886, Fred I. Steenberg 1887, Charles E. Hicks 1888, George W. Porter 1889, William A. T. Cassidy (long term), David P. Smith (short term) 1890, Fred L Steenberg 1891, Nicholas Steenberg 1892, John E. Thomson 1893, John Baker 1894, F. I. Steenberg 1895, David F. Smith 1896, John E. Thomson 1897, William A. P. Cassidy 1898, F. I. Steenberg.


John Elmer Thomas - History

JOHN AYLMER, English divine, was born in the year 1521 at Aylmer Hall, Tivetshail St Mary, Norfolk. While still a boy, his precocity was noticed by Henry Grey, Marquis of Dorset, afterwards Duke of Suffolk, who sent him to Cambridge, where he seems to have become a fellow of Queens' College. About 1541 he was made chaplain to the Duke, and tutor to his daughter, Lady Jane Grey.

His first preferment was to the archdeaconry of Stow, in the diocese of Lincoln, but his opposition in convocation to the doctrine of transubstantiation led to his deprivation and to his flight into Switzerland. While there he wrote a reply to John Knox's famous Blast against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, under the title of An Harborowe for Faithfull and Trewe Subjects, &c., and assisted John Foxe in translating the Acts of the Martyrs into Latin.

On the accession of Queen Elizabeth he returned to England. In 1559 he resumed the Stow archdeaconry, and in 1562 he obtained that of Lincoln. He was a member of the famous convocation of 1562, which reformed and settled the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England. In 1576 he was consecrated Bishop of London, and while in that position made himself notorious by his harsh treatment of all who differed from him on ecclesiastical questions, whether Puritan or Papist. Various efforts were made to remove him to another see.

He is frequently assailed in the famous Marprelate Tracts, and is characterized as "Morrell," the bad shepherd, in Spenser's Shepheard's Calendar (July).

His reputation as a scholar hardly balances his inadequacy as a bishop in the transition time in which he lived. He died in June 1594.

Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed. Vol III.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1910. 73.


John Elmer Thomas - History

Lewis and Thomas King were brothers born in Wenhaston Suffolk England to parents James King and Hannah Blanden aka Blanding. In October 1830 when Lewis was 37 and Thomas was 34, the brothers joined a group of men and sailed from England to New York. According to written histories, the men arrived in November 1830.

The men were intent on forming a settlement in Upper Canada and after wintering in New York they set out in May 1831 for what would become Arkell Ontario. 'N Lys van mans wat na bewering deelneem, bevat Thomas en John Arkell, na wie die nedersetting vernoem is, James Hewer (wie se seun William met die dogter van Sarah Lewis getroud is), John Oultin, James Carter, Joseph Dory, Charles Willoughby en Peter Bell (wie se dogter Mary met Thomas King se seun David getroud is).

In 1831 het Lewis en sy vrou Elizabeth vier kinders tussen die ouderdomme van 6 en 14 jaar (Sarah, George, Louisa en Hannah), terwyl Thomas en sy vrou Harriet een bekende kind gehad het - hul seun David, 14 jaar oud. groep vertrek na Bo -Kanada.

Teen 1831 kon setlaars nie net redelik goed teen die Hudsonrivier in New York na Albany reis nie, maar sedert 1824 het die Erie -kanaal hulle na Buffalo geneem met 'n maklike reis na Niagara. Van Buffalo tot Niagara het hulle keuses gehad. Hulle kan te voet of met 'n koets gaan, en 'n deel van die reis kan deur 'n stoomboot wees.

[Uittreksel uit boek "From England to Arkell."]

Van Engeland tot Arkell: Die verhaal van twee pionier -setlaars, Lewis en Thomas King wat in 1831 uit Suffolk Engeland vertrek het na die Wilds of Upper Canada, 'n geslagsregister aan vier geslagte na hul afstammelinge in Ontario, Alberta, Australië en Michigan.

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'N Brief is deur John Arkell in 1831 geskryf van Farnham Plains (later Arkell genoem) aan sy broer Thomas in Engeland. Dit beskryf die toestande in die nuwe nedersetting en provinsie. Dit bied 'n wonderlike blik op die daaglikse lewens van die nuut aangekomde setlaars van Mei tot Desember. Dit is opgeneem in die inleiding tot die boek en help om die toneel te bepaal vir die verhale wat ek van Lewis en Thomas en hul nageslag vertel het.