Shared Grandparents McGee Side US Born

Brigham Young 1 June 1801 – 29 August 1877 MSHZ-36W   Shared grandparents Gilbert Side   ​



Benjamin Rush 4 January 1746 – 19 April 1813  •  LVMM-S2V ​ Signed declaration of independence we share grandparents on Gilbert Side  was a Founding Father of the United States. Rush was a civic leader in Philadelphia, where he was a physician, politician, social reformer, humanitarian, and educator as well as the founder of Dickinson College. Rush attended the Continental Congress and signed the Declaration of Independence.

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Joseph Hall Bishop of Norwich 1 July 1574 – 8 September 1656 story  grandfather on Gilbert Side  Cambridge. Educated under Puritan influences at the Ashby School and the University of Cambridge (from 1589),Joseph Hall was born at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, son of John Hall and Winifred Bambridge. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he was part of the University Wits. He published his Virgidemiarum, six books of  “toothless satires”, in 1597 and 1598. These verse satires were, along with those of his friend John Donne, the first English satires that followed classical models. Hall was made Bishop of Exeter in 1627, and of Norwich (1641).  In 1641, Hall published Episcopacy by Divine Right, Asserted by J. H., an attack against Smectymnuus (1641), a pamphlet against episcopacy. His mother was Winifred Bambridge, a strict puritan,(Perry 1890, p. 75)[a] whom her son compared to St Monica.[ In 1605, Hall travelled abroad for the first time when he accompanied Sir Edmund Bacon on an embassy to Spa, Hall’s devotional writings had attracted the notice of Henry, Prince of Wales, who made him one of his chaplains (1608).[3] Hall preached officially on the tenth anniversary of King James’s accession in 1613, with an assessment in An Holy Panegyrick of the Church of England flattering to the king.[5] Hall gave up verse satires and lighter forms of literature when he was ordained a minister in the Church of England.