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Col. Thomas Goldthwait--was he a Tory?

Robert Goldthwaite Carter

Col. Thomas Goldthwait--was he a Tory?

by Robert Goldthwaite Carter

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Published in [Portland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Goldthwait, Thomas, 1750-1799,
  • Goldthwait family

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    StatementBy R. Goldthwaite Carter, U.S. army. Read before the Maine Historical Society, December 19, 1895.
    ContributionsMaine Historical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE263.M2 C3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7017239M
    LC Control Number10006908
    OCLC/WorldCa2171843

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Col. Thomas Goldthwait--was he a Tory?: By R. Goldthwaite Carter, U.S. Army. Read before the Maine Historical Society, Decem Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Robert Goldthwaite Carter.

He then fought during the French and Indian War in the Battle of Fort Beauséjour. His half-brother was Col. Thomas Goldthwait, commander at Fort Pownall (). [2] His brother, Ezekiel Goldthwait, was a prominent businessman in Boston with loyalist feelings, but who was also one of those who engaged lawyer James Otis, Jr.

to challenge. Williamson, “Thomas Goldthwait,” ; “Col. Thomas Goldthwaite – Was he a Tory?,” 48; Stark, The Loyalists of Massachusetts, ; Olson, The Archaeology of Fort Pownall, 79; Batchelder, The Life and Surprising Adventures of John Nutting, 82 note 5; William Hutchings’ Narrative; Chamberlain, History of Chelsea,; Jones.

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VII. Ancient Defenses of Portland By Lieut Peter Leary Jr. 1: Col Thomas Goldthwait Was he a Tory. By R Goldthwaite. Sketches of Lives of Early Maine Reviews: 1. Fort Pownall was a British fortification built during the French and Indian War, whose remains are located at Fort Point State Park in Stockton Springs, Maine.

The fort was named for Governor Thomas Pownall, who oversaw its never saw action, and was destroyed during the American Revolutionary War by the actions of both colonists and the British military to prevent its further t city: Stockton Springs, Maine.

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Full text of "Collections of the Maine historical society" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. When British forces seized the fort’s cannons and powder inGoldthwait was branded a traitor.

As an admitted Tory, he formed and commanded the Bagadue Regiment, named after a town later named Castine. He later fled to British-occupied New York City on a Royal Navy warship and eventually sailed to England, where he died in   Family Genealogy Books of All Family Names Starting with the Letter G The Book of Ghosts.

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ibid. (ALS, RC).As Gage explains, the enclosed letters were to enable FB to request military assistance from Halifax, N.S. FB never used them, and replied to.

Goldthwait was one of few people who knew that Williams had been diagnosed with a cognitive disorder. Though he was original diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, postmortem testing confirmed that Williams was suffering from Lewy Body Dementia in the final months of his life.

He was an independent Tory, as his strictures on partisanship above might suggest, who voted with the Grenville ministry but did not oppose Rockingham’s repeal of the Stamp Act. He retired from politics before the general election.

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