7 edition of Thomas Fairchild found in the catalog.
July 31, 2006
by iUniverse, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||632|
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Charles E. Banks, in his book TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARYOF ENGLISH EMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND , , on page 47lists Thomas Fairchild as coming from High Laver in Essex toStratford, CT. His reference is his own Banks manuscript, shared bythe Library of Congress and the public library in Bangor, Maine. Jean Fairchild Gilmore was exact in her facts and thorough. I have no doubt that this book will answer many questions her first published book raised. I corresponded with Jean several times during a 20 year friendship. I hope that future books on the Fairchild Name 5/5(1).
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The Puritan background of 17th century England, its impact on Thomas Fairchild, and the role both would play in colonial America come together well in this book. You don't have to be a descendant of Thomas Fairchild to appreciate the impact that Puritan ideals had (and still have) on the American psyche.
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Four centuries ago, Thomas was a founder of Stratford in the fearful wilderness of the tiny new colony of Connecticut. He became a merchant, church elder, pioneer legislator. The author meticulously portrays the remarkable life of Thomas Fairchild (c.
- ) and the broader panorama of an intriguing epoch in early American history. Description. Published inThomas Fairchild’s The City Gardener advocates for and advises its readership on gardening in a city environment.
Fairchild – an experienced horticulturist and gardener, credited as the first person to grow bananas in England – set up ‘City Gardens’ in Shoreditch, London as a space for both his agrarian experiments and public enjoyment.
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Thomas Fairchild was a merchant who came from England to Stratford, Ct. about Thomas was a member of the Congregational Church. According to historian, Ezra Levan Johnson, when he wrote the history of Newtown, Connecticut, the Fairchild name was originally Fairbairn.
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A Place on the Glacial Till: Time, Land, and Nature Within an American Town by Thomas Fairchild Sherman, Byron Fouts. 2) Thomas Fairchild Puritan Merchant & Magistrate by W. Bruce Fairchild; Page “Colonial Stratford’s name.” According to this book, the Stratford historian, Lewis Knapp, said that the origin of the town’s name has not been established yet.
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“I have drawn upon 15 years of research and hundreds of authoritative sources in England and the United. Life. Fairchild established himself about as a nurseryman and florist at Hoxton, Shoreditch. Richard Bradley mentions the variety of his fruits; Richard Pulteney classed him with Thomas Knowlton, Gordon, and Miller, as one of the leading gardeners of his time.
Fairchild died on 10 October He had taken up the freedom of the Clothworkers' Company inand in his will he is Born: thomas fairchild Download thomas fairchild or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Fairchild’s name is the first on the list of signatories, and the book is stylistically close in enough in tone to The City Gardener to assume he must have had a significant role in its production.
FAIRCHILD, THOMAS (?–), gardener, born probably inestablished himself about as a nurseryman and florist at Hoxton in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, where he carried on a prosperous trade, and was one of the latest cultivators of a vineyard in England. The descendants of Thomas Fairchild.
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Description: 73 pages: illustrations. Thomas Edward Fairchild (Decem – Febru ) was an American lawyer and judge. He served forty years as a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh r in his career he was a Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, and the 31st Attorney General of WisconsinFather: Edward T.
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Four centuries ago, Thomas was a founder of Stratford in the fearful wilderness of the tiny new colony of Connecticut.This information comes from "Early Fairchilds in America," by Jean Fairchild Gilmore. You can email me and I can tell you how to purchase a copy of the book.
Thomas Fairchild b. capossibly Cambridge England d. DecemStratford, Conn. m. (probably Emma) Seabrook, dau. of Robert and Alice Goodspeede, Wingrave, Bucks Church.