Mangle Tompkins

Born:Dec 26 1807 In:  Tompkinsville, NY
Died:June 5 1881 (at age 73)In:  New York
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Immediate family

Susan Tompkins (born Lawson)
His wife
Jessie Louise Bernard (born Tompkins)
His daughter
Vice President Daniel D. Tompkins
His father
Hannah Tompkins (born Minthorne)
His mother
Arietta Minthorne Thompson (born Minthorne Thompkins)
His sister
Griffen Tompkins
His brother
Abram Tompkins
His brother
Anna Westervelt (born Tompkins)
His sister
Sarah Ann Gordon (born Tompkins)
His sister
Daniel Hyatt Tompkins
His brother
Susannah MacLaren Smith (born Tompkins)
His sister
John Ray Tompkins
His brother
Clinton Tompkins
His brother
    

Education

 Union College

Work

Politician

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Source: Find a Grave
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Citation text:
Mangle Minthorne Tompkins
Birth: Dec 26 1807
Death: June 5 1881
Cemetery: Woodlawn Cemetery, New York, USA
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Citation text:

Mangle Minthorne Tompkins
Gender: Male
Birth: Dec 26 1807
Death: June 5 1881
Father: Daniel D. Tompkins
Mother: Hannah Tompkins (born Minthorne)
Wife: Susan Tompkins (born Lawson)
Siblings: Arietta Minthorne Thompson (born Tompkins), Sarah Ann Tompkins, Daniel Hyatt Tompkins, Susannah MacLaren Tompkins, John Ray Tompkins

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Mangle Minthorne Tompkins
Gender: Male
Birth: Dec 26 1807 - Tompkinsville, NY
Marriage: Spouse: Susan Lawson - 1828 - Tompkinsville, NY
Death: June 5 1881
Parents: Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins, Hannah Minthorne
Spouses: Susan Lawson, Susan Lawson
Son: Minthorn Tompkins
Siblings: John Ray Tompkins, Griffin Tompkins, Clinton Tompkins, Arietta Minthorne Thompkins, Susan Mac Laren Tompkins, Daniel Hyatt Tompkins, Hanna Ellsworth Tompkins, Sarah A. Tompkins
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Minthorne Tompkins
Gender: Male
Alias: Mangle Minthorne Tompkins
Birth: Dec 26 1807
Death: June 5 1881 - New York City
Nationality: United States of America
Occupation: Politician

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Citation text:

The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 7, 1881
Date: 1881
Publication place: New York, USA
Text: "...arrangement. Mr. Littre ranked among the first scholars of Europe. MinthorneTompkins, a distinguished citizen of New York, died on the 5th June, 1881, at his residence in that city. He was a son of Daniel D...."
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Title: The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 7, 1881
Description: Title varies slightly, CLICK ON WEB ADDRESS TO REACH SELECTED VOLUMES, Poole's index to periodical literature, Readers' guide to periodical literature, A complete index ... 1877-1893 comp. by William Abbatt. New York, W. Abbatt, 1907, Editors: 1877-81, J. A. Stevens; 1882-Apr. 1883, B. F. De Costa, H. P. Johnston; May 1883-Jan. 1893, Martha J. Lamb; May-Sept. 1893, N. G. Pond, Lincoln collection has 13 v.: Vol. 10, no. 2 (Aug. 1883), v. 19, no. 1 (Jan. 1888)-v. 20, no. 6 (Dec. 1888), Lincoln copies: Bound in flexible boards, with printed lettering on covers and spine, Lincoln copies: Cover title: The magazine of American history : illustrated ; Cover title on issues for 1888 has coloration ; Publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2]-[4] and on pages at front and at end ; Portraits, most with facsimile signatures, on frontispieces, accompanied by guard sheets, Lincoln copy: Vol. 10, no. 2 (Aug. 1883): Signature in ink on cover p. [1] not deciphered ; P. [115]-139: General Nelson, Kentucky, and Lincoln guns / Daniel Stevenson, Lincoln copy: Vol. 19, no. 2 (Feb. 1888): At head of cover title: Washington number, Lincoln copy: Vol. 19, no. 4 (Apr. 1888): Signature in ink on cover p. [1]: Geo. Bancroft, Lincoln copy: Vol. 19, no. 5 (May 1888): P. [411]-415: Personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln / Charles K. Tuckerman, Lincoln copy: Vol. 20, no. 5 (Nov. 1888): P. 419: President Lincoln's leg cases / Schuyler Colfax, in Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln copy: Vol. 20, no. 6 (Dec. 1888): At head of cover title: Washington number, 1 16 18
Volume: Vol. 7 The magazine of American history with notes and queries
Publication date: 1877
Publisher: New York : A.S. Barnes
Author: Stevens, John Austin, 1827-1910. ed. cn, DeCosta, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1831-1904. ed. cn, Johnston, Henry Phelps, 1842-1923, ed. cn, Lamb, Martha J. (Martha Joanna), 1829-1893. ed. cn, Pond, Nathan Gillett, 1832-1894 ed, Abbatt, William, 1851-1935, comp
Sponsor: Internet Archive
Tags: allen_county, americana
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: 1877
Citation text:

The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 7, 1877
Date: 1877
Publication place: American Samoa, USA
Text: "...arrangement. Mr. Littre ranked among the first scholars of Europe. MiNTHORNETompkins, a distinguished citizen of New York, died on the 5th June, 1881, at his residence in that city. He was a son of Daniel D...."
About this source:
Title: The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 7, 1877
Description: Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb., Title varies slightly, A complete index ... 1877-1893 comp. by William Abbatt. New York, W. Abbatt, 1907, Editors: 1877-81, J.A. Stevens; 1882-Apr. 1883, B.F. De Costa, H.P. Johnston; May 1883-Jan. 1893, Martha J. Lamb; May-Sept. 1893, N.G. Pond, SERBIB/SERLOC merged record
Volume: 7
Publication date: 1877
Publisher: New York, A.S. Barnes
Author: Stevens, John Austin, 1827-1910, ed, DeCosta, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1831-1904, ed, Johnston, Henry Phelps, 1842-1923, ed, Lamb, Martha J. (Martha Joanna), 1829-1893, ed, Pond, Nathan Gillett, 1832- ed, Abbatt, William, 1851-1935, comp
Sponsor: Google
Tags: americana
Contributor: Harvard University

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: 1881
Citation text:

The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 6, 1881
Date: 1881
Publication place: American Samoa, USA
Text: "...rangement. Mr. Littr^ ranked among the first scholars of Europe. MiNTHORNETompkins, a distinguished citizen of New York, died on the 5th June, 1881, at his residence in that city. He was a son of Daniel D...."
About this source:
Title: The Magazine of American History With Notes and Queries, Vol. 6, 1881
Description: Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb
Volume: 6
Publication date: 1881
Publisher: A.S. Barnes
Author: Pond, Nathan Gillett , 1832-, Martha Joanna Lamb, John Austin Stevens, Abbatt , William, 1851-1935 , Stevens, John Austin , 1827-1910, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt
Sponsor: Google
Tags: europeanlibraries
Contributor: Oxford University

Biography

Mangle was the Executrix and sole heir to his mother, Susan. He was "Courtly, scholarly, brave, genial and eloquent..." NY State Senator, 1840-41. Candidate for President on Free Soil Party ticket; helped raise the "Staten Island Regiment" during the "War of the Rebellion." Minthorne Street in Tomkinsville, named for him and still extant; m. Susan Lwason. Only child,Bianchi, wad adopted and moved to CA.

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