Elizabeth A. L. Hyatt (widow), 34 Woburn Place, London, England
Bessie Lake Moore née Hyatt (daughter), Ulmenstrasse (1),
Clotilde Sumner Hyatt (daughter), 34 Woburn Place, London, England
James H. L. Hyatt (son), 70 Mortimer Street, London, England
Beatrice Marguerite (Daisy) Hyatt (daughter), 34 Woburn Place,
London, England [she was age 19 in 1901]
"Thaddeus Hyatt, the American pavement-light manufacturer and pioneer
of reinforced-concrete fireproof construction, was responsible for
developing a row of warehouses at Nos 9-13 in the 1870s. All three may
originally have comprised the 'Lens Light Works' in Farringdon Road,'
'an experimental building for the display of his inventions', which was
said to incorporate his fireproof system. The pavement-light business
of Thaddeus Hyatt & Co. continued at No. 9 until the Second World War
or shortly before." —Survey of London, Volume 46. 2008,
via British History Online
"3650. And Thaddeus Hyatt, Manufacturer of Patent Lights, and Thaddeus
Pomeroy Hyatt, Minor, of 66, Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, London, in the
county of Middlesex, have given the like notice in respect of the invention
of ''Improvement in nails, screws, tacks, brads, spikes, and hooks.''
As set forth in their petition, recorded in the said office on the 21st
day of October, 1875." —The Commissioners of Patents' Journal
Beatrice Marguerite Hyatt
"Beatrice Marguerite 'Daisy' Hyatt was nursing wounded
New Zealand soldiers at Malta in 1915 as a volunteer nurse
aid. The war had provided the 30-something Daisy the chance
to escape 'the life of a dutiful daughter caring for aging
parents in England.' She must have been impressed with the
New Zealanders as 'she set her hat' at the best-looking man
in her ward, 'checked he was alright, wooed and married him.'
Daisy Fabling, as she later became, spent the rest of her
life in New Zealand."
—JOHNNY ENZED: The New Zealand Soldier in the First World War 1914-1918
Emaline Winans was a sister of Theodore Hyatt's wife Mary.
Their parents were Isaac Ross Winans (b.1763) &
Jane Elizabeth (Eliza) Kipp (1777-1857). They married
27-Feb-1796 in Manhattan, New York.
Isaac Ross Winans b.1763 d.1827-1831, NY. Married 27-Feb-1796,
NY. Jane Elizabeth "Eliza" Kipp daughter of Henry Kipp.
Isaac, a sailmaker, made the original sails for the USS
Constitution. —Winans Family Genealogy
Thaddeus Pomeroy Hyatt
"Some years before the turn of the century the late Dr.
Thaddeus Pomeroy Hyatt, then an eager young dentist and
later a man of considerable distinction, was strolling in
lower Manhattan when he noticed two older men walking
slowly and engaged in serious conversation. He recognized
one of the men as a fellow member of the Theosophical Society.
The other was a stranger.
It developed that the stranger, a Mr. Everett, had financial
problems with people in Buenos Aires, and had need of knowing
what they were doing, unknown to them. The Society member
(whose name is not given,) it appears was quite a hypnotist.
He proposed to hypnotize Hyatt and send him astrally to
Buenos Aires to look into the matter. ..."
"On the 7th day of March, 1918, the said Newberry and Williams
together with the respondent, Thaddeus P. Hyatt, formed a
business corporation to be known as the Williams Aircraft
Corporation, pursuant to the Laws of the State of New York,
with authorized capital of $100,000, with a damaging board
of three directors composed of Milton S. Williams, Newton
H. Williams and Thaddeus P. Hyatt." Annual Report of the Attorney General of the State of New York, 1920
"In addition, the NPM Library contains material from several
important private libraries acquired entirely or in part over
the past century, including: ... Dr. Thaddeus P. Hyatt - a
leading student and collector of worldwide material concerning
the movement of mail. ... The major archival collections
include: An outstanding collection of articles, pamphlets and
letters documenting the operation of mail services in the
United States and elsewhere, originally collected by Dr.
Thaddeus P. Hyatt and supplemented with material from other
sources ... Pamphlets, letters, stamps and related materials
from the National One Cent Letter Postage Association (ex.
Dr. Thaddeus P. Hyatt)" —National Postal Museum Library Collections
"Dr. Thaddeus P. Hyatt of Stamford, an old student of The
Secret Doctrine, recently compiled a bibliography of that
work in which he revealed that Madame Blavatsky referred to
or quoted from more than 700 authors on over 90 subjects.
This included many branches of science, many philosophers,
and all the great religions known to the world today."
—Helena Petrovna Blavatsky · Awaken
Hexagonal plate: T. HYATT'S PATENT LEAD BAND / [patent] MAR. 27,
1855 / LOUISVILLE, KY / SNEAD & CO
"¹In 1845 Thaddeus Hyatt patented a unique lighting system
that neatly complemented Bogardus's creation. Thick glass discs
set within iron grilles were placed in the sidewalk in front of
a warehouse letting natural light into the basement and avoiding
the need for gas lighting and its attendant fumes."
—Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898
Early plates manufactured mostly by Brown Brothers (Chicago), but
also by Snead & Co of Louisville, KY.
"50 Morton Street is a 4,000-square-foot West Village townhouse
containing six apartments... Built in 1854 for Thaddeus Hyatt, a
patent vault manufacturer and developer, Mr. Hyatt built the 4
five story houses on this row." —Curbed NY
"Along with our neighbors we will be restoring up to 3 of 4
buildings originally built by Thaddeus Hyatt who patented the cast
iron sidewalk grates with glass lens to allow natural light into
sidewalk vaults in 1845. The four buildings are attached in a row
on Morton Street and incorporate great details on the building
façades as well as cast iron newel posts, railings and Juliette
Balconies. Much of that detail has been removed or modified over the
years and our current renovation will begin to restore those details."
—James Giorgio Sr., property manager, NYC
"CHAPTER VI. BUILDINGS. Sect. 8. Any person receiving a license
or permit to install Hyatt lights or other gratings in the sidewalk
in any public way shall be required before acting under the same, to
give a bond to the city with sufficient sureties, to be approved by
the city solicitor, forever to indemnify and hold the city harmless
on account of any claims or damages arising through the installation
and maintenance of the said Hyatt lights or gratings. Any owner or
lessee of premises upon which Hyatt lights or gratings have heretofore
been installed and are now maintained, who receives written notice
from the claim agent of the city of Lynn, of any defect in such
Hyatt lights or gratings, shall remedy the same to the satifaction
of said claim agent and within the time specified in said notice.
Sect. 9. Any person offending against the provisions of section 8
shall be subject to a penalty of twenty dollars ($20.00) per day
for each day such offense continues." —Charter and Revised Ordinances of the City of Lynn, 1907