Abt 1645 - 1729 (~ 84 years)
Has 5 ancestors and 30 descendants in this family tree.
||Thomas Handasyd |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||26 Mar 1729
||Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire, England
||03 Apr 1729
||St Andrew, Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire
||19 Jan 2014 |
||Anna Catharina Morel, d. 13 Sep 1704, Jamaica |
| ||1. Edward Handasyd, c. 28 Jan 1687, Heusden, NBr, NL , bur. 07 Aug 1688, Heusden, NBr, NL (Age ~ 1 years)|
| ||2. Gen. Roger Peter Handasyd, c. 11 Mar 1689, Heusden, NBr, NL , d. 04 Jan 1763, Hanover Square, Westminster, London, England (Age ~ 73 years)|
| ||3. Lt.-Col. Thomas Handasyd, b. Abt 1692, Ireland , d. 04 Oct 1729 (Age ~ 37 years)|
|+||4. Brig.-Gen. William Handasyd, b. Abt 1693, Ireland , bur. 20 Feb 1745, St Paul, Hammersmith (Age ~ 52 years)|
|+||5. Dr. Clifford Handasyd, b. Abt 1694, Ireland , d. 12 Dec 1772, St. George the Martyr, Queen Square, Holborn (Age ~ 78 years)|
| ||6. Ann Handasyd, b. Abt 1697, d. 06 Dec 1777 (Age ~ 80 years)|
||19 Jan 2014 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- 10 Mar 1698-Newfoundland: Colonel, having served the King 24 years...
- Dictionary of Canadian Biography
- Gaynes Hall - Wikipedia
- British History
- From "Historical Record of the 22nd Foot or The Cheshire Regiment of Foot - An Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1689, and of its Subsequent Services to 1849" compiled by Richard Cannon, Esq.
Appointed 20th June, 1702.
AFTER a progressive service in the subordinate commissions, THOMAS HANDASYD was promoted to the lieut.-colonelcy of the TWENTY-SECOND regiment, with which corps he proceeded to the island of Jamaica; and in June, 1702, Queen Anne promoted him to the colonelcy of the regiment. He served in the West Indies; was advanced to the rank of brigadier-general in 1705, and to that of major-general in 1710. In 1712, he resigned the colonelcy of the TWENTY-SECOND regiment in favour of his son.