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  Osgood, Connecticut as a Corporate Colony
In the corporate colony the executive was organically the agent of the general court and, when the two were harmonious, was actually used as such; while in the province the executive was the rival and the competitor of the lower house.
New Haven was thus included within that colony—as she also would have been if the validity of the claims of Connecticut under the Warwick patent could have been established.
New Netherland, with the Connecticut River as its eastern boundary, was to be granted to the Duke of York and Dutch rule overthrown.
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 The Avalon Project : Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven, June 4, 1639
The Avalon Project : Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven, June 4, 1639
Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven, June 4, 1639
But if the offence were private, that mens names might be tendered, so many as were offended were intreated to deal with the offender privately, and if he gave not satisfaction to bring the matter to the twelve, that they might consider of it impartially and in the fear of GOD.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/states/ct01.htm   (1138 words)

  
 Connecticut's Four Constitutions
New Haven decided that it would prefer to align itself with the Connecticut Colony than become part of the Duke's domain-at least Connecticut's people were Puritans.
In the new code of 1672, the towns were formally recognized and given specific duties supporting the poor, repairing roads and bridges, and defending the commonwealth.
Finally in 1773, the Houses reached agreement and the new territory was incorporated as the Town of Westmoreland; at first the town was considered part of Litchfield County, then it became its own county.
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 Town of Woodbury Connecticut: The History
New voters are added each year and it's the purpose of the booklet, and of the supplements to be added from time to time, to acquaint them with the most important historical and political facts about the town and it government.
The Colonial Assembly encouraged them in this move both for the sake of peace and because it was interested in seeing the colony expanded and developed.
The colony's Royal Charter of 1662 was based for the most part on a still older document, the famed Fundamental Orders of 1638-39, drawn up under the inspiration of the liberty-loving scholar, Thomas Hooker of Hartford.
www.woodburyct.org /woodburyhistory.shtml   (1397 words)

  
 Bradley Rymph: Genealogy: John Budd / Katherine Browne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In New Haven, Puritan leaders intent on establishing new religious communities in New England persuaded Rev. Youngs to sail across Long Island Sound with his followers to settle land on the island's North Fork that they had acquired from the island's Corchaug Indians.
As in New Haven, Southold's general court governed the town in accord with strict Puritan standards, and Budd was still an Episcopalian.
He was determined that his personal landholdings would be a separately governed colony, and by the fall of 1664, he had assigned to his lands the name of Rye, probably because of his family's close connections with the town of Rye back in his native England.
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 Lutz, Colonial Origins of the American Constitution, 1998 - Connecticut: The Online Library of Liberty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
It was to function as a temporary, general agreement until the people could become familiar enough with each other’s religious views, sentiments, and moral conduct to adopt a written frame of government and code of laws, which they did fourteen months later (see the New Haven Fundamentals, 1643 [50]).
 [1.] In New England a plantation was a farming community composed of many separate farms and not a single agricultural enterprise using slaves, as in the southern colonies.
As a part of New Haven Colony, the government of Guilford was entitled to one Magistrate in whom was invested all executive and judicial powers.
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 F-M Hereditary Society Listings
The membership of this society shall be limited to direct lineal descendants, male and female, of the founders of the New Haven Colony.
A founder of the New Haven Colony is defined as one of the free planters who assented to the Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony on June 4, 1639
The list of the free planters who assented to the Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony on June 4, 1639, can be found in the Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven from 1638 to 1649, edited by Charles J. Hoadly, Hartford, Conn.: Case, Tiffany and Co., 1857, pages 11-18.
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 13 Originals
Sir Richard Grenville led the fleet that brought them to the New World, the Governor of the colony was Master Ralph Lane and among the colonists was Walter Raleigh's confidant Thomas Harriot, author of "A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia", a chronicle of their adventure.
New Jersey, in 1787, was the third state to ratify the Constitution.
Although Rhode Island was one of the first colonies to embrace autonomy from the British and espouse Revolutionary ideals, it was the last of the 13 colonies to ratify the Federal Constitution and became a State in 1790.
www.timepage.org /spl/13colony.html   (4081 words)

  
 A World New to Some
Though the Pequots were the first of the New England tribes to sense the genocidal intentions of the English and the implications of their different style of battle [involving killing of large numbers of non-combatants], the fury of the attack on their fort still was demoralizing.
The Fundamental Orders, as well as later laws, make a sharp distinction between one who voted in the town and one who voted for colony officers, that is, between an "admitted inhabitant" and a "freeman," though they are none too clear as to the precise qualifications of each.
New Haven was suspected, and justly, by the new monarch, of having harbored the "regicides," and not only failed to obtain a charter, but found its territory included in the Connecticut Charter of 1662.
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 Colony and Empire Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Particularly those of the "new light" persuasion, and those who had interests in western lands, were upset with Fitch's moderation, and used the issue in the 1766 election to defeat him.
While few colonies actually elected their own governors, and only in New England had covenant theology been the basis for the establishment of governments, the role of traditional self-rule through representative governments in developing opposition to Parliamentary taxation was significant in every colony.
Leaders of the protest movement in all the colonies were well versed in whig theory, and used it extensively to justify the rebellion.
www.connhistory.org /col_guide.htm   (4036 words)

  
 Historic Documents - Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven
Historic Documents - Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven
Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven
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 80.ch.02: Connecticut Constitutionalism, 1639-1789
This hasty treatment of the colonies may be due to a lack of time, or insufficient preparation in that particular area of study, or a number of other factors.
Governor Leete of the New Haven Colony met with Governor Winthrop.
The major problem introduced by the new Charter was the inclusion of the entire colony of New Haven with Connecticut.
www.yale.edu /ynhti/curriculum/units/1980/cthistory/80.ch.02.x.html   (4192 words)

  
 The New Yorker : online : content   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
When I saw you a couple of years ago, we talked about "A Bend in the River," and I said that one of the more subtle aspects of the novel was the parallel between the relationship of Salim to Indar, and the relationship of Ferdinand to Salim.
When taken together, the two narratives create a new thing, each narrative serving as a prism through which to view the other.
In "Half a Life," there are a number of such parallels, but there's one that's quite important to the over-all structure of the book, and that is the parallel between the life of Willie Chandran's father and Willie himself.
www.newyorker.com /online/content/articles/011203on_onlineonly01   (3038 words)

  
 Thomas Munson Foundation
The Thomas Munson Foundation is a non-profit family organization of the descendants of Thomas Munson (1612 - 1685) who established the family in the American Colonies.
GENEALOGY - To research the history and growth of the Thomas Munson family for the purposes of publishing genealogical data and other family records and of identifying candidates eligible for scholarship awards.
SCHOLARSHIP - To assist any organization(s) engaged in providing financial assistance to deserving students who are descendants of a signatory of the Fundamental Agreement (1639) of New Haven Colony, or their legally adopted children.
www.thomasmunson.org   (223 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The New Haven Colony was still a separate government, and they saw themselves as being in competition with the Connecticut River towns.
The Fundamental Orders is a short document, but contains some principles that were later applied in creating the United States governments.
In one sense, the Fundamental Orders were replaced by a Royal Charter in 1662.
www.ipedia.com /fundamental_orders_of_connecticut.html   (484 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Honorary membership is by election and is limited to persons who publish a significant work on the history or genealogy of the New Haven Colony who are ineligible to become members of the Founders of the New Haven Colony through right of descent.
Persons interested in joining the Founders of the New Haven Colony who are unknown to the membership should send a letter of interest to the Secretary/Treasuer stating that they are interested in membership.
Excerpts from "The New Haven Colony" by Isabell MacBeath Calder
www.bbtyner.com /NEWHAVEN.HTM   (217 words)

  
 Munson
In 1639, he signed the Fundamental Agreement at ew Haven where he established his permanet home.
Thomas served in a number of public offices in Ct. Colony and for his Militia service was permitted to buy land north of New Have which became the family plot.
He later settled in New Haven and his house and land became the property of Yale University.
hattonexley.homestead.com /Munson.html   (673 words)

  
 APUSH - Notes - New England Colonies
New England and the Middle Colonies in the 17th Century
Bay Colony became biggest and most influential of New England communities.
New England villagers regularly met to elect their officials, appoint schoolmasters and
www.berlet.org /apush/notes/first_semester/NewEnglandColonies.html   (2975 words)

  
 Thomas Nash Trivet
This 6" x 6" ceramic trivet describes something of Thomas Nash's background, his sailing to America, his responsibilities in New Haven, CT, his wife and children.
What makes this particularly interesting is his signature from the Fundamental Agreement for the New Haven colony which he signed in 1639.
The copy is in fl, the signature in dark blue with some additional blue accents.
www.nashco.com /thomnastriv.html   (100 words)

  
 Early American Wars - USWars.net
Membership limited to direct lineal descendants, male and female, of the founders of the New Haven Colony, defined as one of the free planters who assented to the Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony on June 4, 1639.
National lineage society for male descendants of an ancestor who settled in any of the colonies now included in the United States of America prior to 1657, and includes a patriotic ancestor in the same line who served to promote the cause of American independence between 1775 and 1784.
Membership is limited to women descended from one or more ancestors born in New England prior to the signing of the Constitution of the United States in 1789.
www.uswars.net /links.htm   (1394 words)

  
 Amendment I (Religion): The Fundamental Agreement or Original Constitution of the Colony of New-Haven
Amendment I (Religion): The Fundamental Agreement or Original Constitution of the Colony of New-Haven
The Fundamental Agreement or Original Constitution of the Colony of New-Haven
Davenport advised, that the names of such as were to be admitted might be publicly propounded, to the end that they who were most approved might be chosen; for the town being cast into several private meetings, wherein they that lived nearest together gave their accounts one to another of
press-pubs.uchicago.edu /founders/documents/amendI_religions2.html   (1164 words)

  
 [No title]
New Haven, Conn d: Abt 1687 in New Haven, CT 4 Hannah Yale b: July 27, 1669 in New Haven, Conn
Thomas Yale, son of Thomas and Ann Lloyd Yale, settled in the New Haven Colony and signed the Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony on June 4, 1639.
To find out more about the signers of this agreement take a look at the Founders of the New Haven Colony.
www.bbtyner.com /yale.htm   (1533 words)

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