Frederick Hatch

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Frederick Hatch[1] was a Episcopal minister in Charlottesville. He gave services in the county courthouse until an Episcopal church was built in 1824. Hatch ran a school where Jefferson's grandsons, Benjamin Franklin Randolph, Meriwether Lewis Randolph, and James Madison Randolph attended. Jefferson also donated money for a house for Mr. Hatch, and Martha Jefferson Randolph reportedly went to his services,[2] and Hatch presided over Jefferson's funeral service.

Primary Source References[3]

1820 February 20. "I subscribe 20.D. a year to the Revd. Mr. Hatch."[4]

1820 October 24. "Gave Alexr. Garrett ord. on I. Raphael for 20.D. my sbscrptn. Mr. Hatch."[5]

1821 March 13. "Entered Ben and Lewis with Mr. Hatch and gave him an order on B. Peyton for 50.D. being half a year's tuition fees."[6]

1821 October 2. "Gave ord. on Wolfe & Raphael for 20.D. favr. A. Garrett for my subscription to Mr. Hatch for the cuttent year."[7]

1821 December 8. "Inclosed to Revd. Mr. Hatch 20.D. as an Aid in building his house."[8]

1823 February 4. "James, Ben & Lewis enter & begin with Mr. Hatch @50.D. a yar each."[9]

1823 February 13. "Drew on Jacobs & Raphael in favor of Revd. Mr. Hatch 100.D..."[10]

1823 March 21. "Mar. statements of debts...Hatch 75. Aug. 4."[11]

1823 October 10. "Pd. F. Hatch half year's tuition of James, Ben, & Lewis 75.D."[12]

1824 February 12. "Gave Mr. Hatch order on Raphael for 20.D. annual sbscrptn."[13]

1824 October 29. "Drew on Jacobs & Raphael...in favr. MR. Hatch 60.D. for 3. tuitions due (as he states) June 19.24."[14]

1825 January 27. "Drew on Jacobs & Raphael in favor of Mr. Hatch for 60.D. This is for tuition of Jas. B. & L. Randolph to Dec. 31."[15]

1825 July 6. "Drew on Raphael in favr. Mr. Hatch for 40.D. last half year's tuition of Ben & Lewis."[16]

1827 January 5. Joseph Coolidge to Nicholas Philip Trist). "Mother is quite spoiled by the Boston preaching, and dreads the necessity of listening to Mr Hatch after Greenwood, & Ware, & Channing!"[17]

Jefferson-Hatch Correspondence[18]

  • Thomas Jefferson to Frederick Hatch. 9 September 1821.[19]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 1 November 1821. Copy at Massachusetts Historical Society.</ref>
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 8 December 1821. [20]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 17 December 1821. [21]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 23 January 1822.<Ibid.</ref>
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 12 May 1822.[22]
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 13 March 1823.[23]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 13 March 1823.[24]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 23 April 1823.[25]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 9 May 1823.[26]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 30 May 1823.[27]
  • Hatch to Jefferson 1 July 1823.[28]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 24 August 1823.[29]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 27 October 1823.[30]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 19 December 1823.[31]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 2 January 1824.[32]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 3 February 1824.[33]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 22 February 1824.[34]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 23 February 1824.[35]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 3 March 1824.[36]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 22 April 1824.[37]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 1 May 1824.[38]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 3 June 1824.[39]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 28 October 1824.[40]
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 9 November 1824.[41]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 19 December 1824.[42]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 13 January 1825.[43]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 26 January 1825.[44]
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 30 January 1828.[45]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 12 March 1825. [46]
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 16 march 1825.[47]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 6 April 1825.[48]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 16 May 1825.[49]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 15 June 1825.[50]
  • Hatch to Jefferson. 21 June 1825.[51]
  • Jefferson to Hatch. 6 July 1825.[52]

Footnotes

  1. This article is based on Lucia Stanton, Monticello Research Report, 1995.
  2. See Joseph Coolidge to Nicholas Philip Trist dated 5 January 1827 quoted below.
  3. Please note that this list should not be considered comprehensive.
  4. MB, 2:1362.
  5. Ibid, 2:1370.
  6. Ibid, 2:1373.
  7. Ibid, 2:1379.
  8. Ibid, 2:1381.
  9. Ibid, 2:1392.
  10. Ibid, 2:1393.
  11. Ibid, 2:1394.
  12. Ibid, 2:1399.
  13. Ibid, 2:1402.
  14. Ibid, 2:1407.
  15. Ibid, 2:1409.
  16. Ibid, 2:1412.
  17. Nicholas P. Trist Papers. Library of Congress.
  18. Please note that this list should not be considered comprehensive.
  19. Polygraph Copy at Library of Congress.
  20. Ibid.
  21. Ibid.
  22. Ibid.
  23. Polygraph Copy at the Library of Congress.
  24. Copy at Massachusetts Historical Society.
  25. Ibid.
  26. Ibid.
  27. Ibid.
  28. Ibid.
  29. Ibid.
  30. Ibid.
  31. Ibid.
  32. Ibid.
  33. Ibid.
  34. Ibid.
  35. Ibid.
  36. Ibid.
  37. Ibid.
  38. Ibid.
  39. Ibid.
  40. Ibid.
  41. Yale University.
  42. Copy at Massachusetts Historical Society.
  43. Ibid.
  44. Ibid.
  45. Letter in a private collection.
  46. Copy at Massachusetts Historical Society.
  47. http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/ Polygraph Copy] at American Philosophical Society.
  48. Copy at Massachusetts Historical Society.
  49. Ibid.
  50. Ibid.
  51. Ibid.
  52. [http://diglib.princeton.edu/ead/getEad?id=ark:/88435/rf55z771t Andre De Coppet Collection. Princeton University.