HASTINGS Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsHasting, Hastinges, Hastings, Hastins
An English family including among its members barons Hastings, earls of Pembroke, and earls of Huntingdon.
Sir Henry de Hastings [d. 1269], 1st Baron Hastings (1264);
baronial leader of Londoners at Lewes (1264)
and in the last stand of the so-called "disinherited" barons in the island of Ely;
made submission to Henry III (1267). MWBD
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HASTINGS, Charles Sheldon
[1848-1932] – American physicist
A specialist in physical optics, his contributions to astronomy include improvements to the spectroscope and the design of various telescopes.
|HASTINGS, Eurotas Parmele [1791-1866] – American businessman, MI State Auditor-General HAST40 11C8|
|HASTINGS, Francis [~1514-1561] – KG, Earl2 Huntingdon ::> Knights of the Order of the Garter (KG) ::> #322, 1547 HAST4 6C14|
HASTINGS, Frank Seymour
[1853-1925] – American businessman, composer, Order of St Stanislaus
He was CEO of numerous companies, including the Edison General Electric Co. and its ca. 50 subsidiaries. A skilled organist and composer of songs, in 1905 he became President of the Russian Symphony Society of New York.
HASTINGS, George Seymour, Col.
[1836-1920] – American civil war soldier
He served throughout the war, was captured by the Confederates in 1864, and remained a POW for nearly six months, and finally escaped after repeated attempts.
|HASTINGS, Henry [1533-1595] – Earl3 Huntingdon ::> Knights of the Order of the Garter (KG) ::> #352, 1570; HAST487 7C13|
|HASTINGS, John [1347-1375] – 2nd Earl Pembroke, KG ::> Knights of the Order of the Garter (KG) ::> #48, 1369; HAST24 1C20|
|HASTINGS, John, Esq. [1738-1811] – Revolutionary War hero, state politician (MA), State senator HAST210 10C9|
HASTINGS, Lansford Warren
[1819-1870] – American pioneer to Oregon, secessionist
He wrote "The Emigrants Guide to Oregon and California" published in 1846, the book the Donner party followed to their demise.
|HASTINGS, Russell [1835-1904] – American soldier, Brigadier General HAST329 12C7|
HASTINGS, Samuel Dexter
[1816-1903] – American politician, Wisconsin State Treasurer
He was a religious firebrand who was vehemently opposed to liquor and tobacco. In 1835 he began his long association with the Anti-Slavery movement. He served in the Wisconsin State Legislature (non-consecutive terms) from 1848-1857.
|HASTINGS, Seth [1762-1831] – American politician, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts HAST393 10C9|
|HASTINGS, Sir Edward [1505-1572] – Lord Hastings of Loughborough ::> Knights of the Order of the Garter (KG) ::> #335, 1555; HAST8 6C14|
|HASTINGS, Solon Sawyer [1806->1864] – American politician, State senator HAST538 11C8|
[1784-1872] – American composer and hymn writer
|HASTINGS, Thomas [1860-1929] – American architect, Royai Gold Medal HAST540 13C6|
HASTINGS, Thomas Samuel
[1827-?] – American educator
Son of ¤Dr. Thomas Hastings and Mary (Seymour). He was graduated from Hamilton college, A.B., 1848, A.M., 1851, and from the Union theological seminary in 1851. He was married in July, 1852, to Fanny De Groot of Brooklyn, N.Y. He was resident licentiate, 1851-52; was ordained by the 4th N.Y. presbytery, July 7, 1852, and was pastor at Mendham, N.J., 1852-56, and New York city, 1856-82.
|HASTINGS, Warren [1732-1818] – British colonial administrator, governor-general of India HAST757 15C5|
|HASTINGS, Wells Southworth [1878-1923] – American writer, filmographer HAST207 14C5|
|HASTINGS, William [~1430-1483] – KG, Lord1 Hastings - English Yorkist nobleman HAST419 3C17|
|HASTINGS, William Soden [1798-1842] – American politician, MA state house of representatives HAST397 11C8|
|MANNY, Anne [d.-?] – Bnss Manny, Ctss Pembroke ::> Ladies of the Garter ::> 1384 HAST25 1C20|
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