||Thomas Hyatt Lansdale [1, 2] |
||19 May 1808
||Maryland [3, 4, 5]
||Baltimore Co., Maryland
||Brookeville, Montgomery Co., Maryland
||Brighton, Montgomery Co., Maryland
||Obituary notice, The Sun (Baltimore, Md.), 26 Oct. 1878, page 2:|
"LANSDALE - At Triadelphia, Montgomery co., Md., on October 24, Thomas Lansdale, in the 71st year of his age [Portland (Oregon) papers please copy)."
||21 Oct 1878
||Glenwood Baptist Church Cemetery, Glenwood, Howard Co., Maryland 
- See the short biography of him in Boyd, The History of Montgomery County, 101.
There is a baptism record for him for Mar. 5, 1878, which would seem to mean that he was baptized just before he died, or nearabouts.
From the Maryland Gazette: "Lansdale, Thomas, of A.A. Co., and Harriet, second daughter of the last Dr. Samuel Franklin of P.G. Co., were married Thurs. evening last in P.G. Co. by the Rev. Mr. Mackenheimer." (Dec. 18, 1834).
The Sandy Spring Museum site writes of him that:
"Triadelphia's golden years came after 1840, when Thomas Lansdale took over the factory and mills. The town throbbed with 400 people. Straining eight-horse teams brought wagonloads of raw cotton and supplies from Baltimore and returned laden with muslin, products of the grist mill, and cotton duck for making ship sails.
Then came a train of disasters. The Civil War strangled the flow of southern cotton. An 1868 flood swept away houses. The end came in the 1889 deluge that also caused the Johnstown flood. Richard H. Lansdale, a grandson of Thomas and future miller, recalled walking as a child away from the wrecked town with a pillow under one arm and a chicken under the other. Today Triadelphia's foundations slumber beneath the reservoir that bears its name."
The "Richard H." here is the son of Thomas Franklin Lansdale. The photo of the post office and Lansdale Farm in Triadelphia is from 1941, just before it was torn down.
Thomas Sr. was a member of the Maryland Senate in 1864-66. He was one of the representatives from Montgomery County which re-wrote the Maryland State Constitution in 1864, necessitated by the Emancipation Proclamation.
(Edward Williamson Belt Jr., from Prince George's County, was also at the convention).
Elected Vestryman of St. Bartholomew's Church, 1843; resigned Apr. 13, 1846
Elected Vestryman again in Apr. 1857, held then through 1877. He was then senior Warden 1876-78. I assume that this is St. Bartholomew's in Laytonsville.
He died intestate. 
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|Spouse / Partner
||Harriet Franklin, b. 12 Oct 1813 d. 10 Aug 1886 (Age 72 years) |
||11 Dec 1834
||Prince George's Co., Maryland [3, 8, 9]
|+||1. Samuel Franklin "Franklin" Lansdale, b. 3 Sep 1835, Maryland d. 6 May 1908, Sykesville, Carroll Co., Maryland (Age 72 years)|
|+||2. Richard Hyatt "Uncle Dick" Lansdale, b. 13 Jul 1837, Maryland d. 14 Aug 1919 (Age 82 years)|
|+||3. Mary Jemima Lansdale, b. 15 Jan 1841, Maryland d. 8 Jan 1894, South Bethlehem, Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania (Age 52 years)|
|+||4. Thomas Franklin Lansdale, b. 8 Aug 1844, Triadelphia, Montgomery Co., Maryland d. 26 Jan 1891, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (Age 46 years)|
|+||5. Elizabeth Franklin Lansdale, b. 8 May 1850, Maryland d. 9 Feb 1898 (Age 47 years)|
|+||6. Ella Mariah "Nellie" Lansdale, b. 14 Jul 1852, Baltimore Co., Maryland d. 10 Aug 1916, Sandy Spring, Montgomery Co., Maryland (Age 64 years)|
| ||7. Beverly Lansdale, b. 24 Dec 1855|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
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