William Henry Beatty1833 - 1912 (78 years)
Name William Henry Beatty Nickname Uncle Beatty Birth 10 Dec 1833 Gender Male Death 20 Nov 1912 Toronto, ON, Canada Burial St. James Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Person ID I158 Gooderham -Worts | WW family and descendants, JamesWorts Last Modified 10 Feb 2015
Father James Beatty, b. Ireland Mother Ann McKowen Marriage 1832 Toronto, ON, Canada Family ID F418 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Charlotte Louisa Worts, b. 29 Oct 1846, Toronto, ON, Canada d. 7 May 1928, Toronto, ON, Canada (Age 81 years) Marriage 7 May 1865 Toronto, ON, Canada Children 1. Harry Worts Beatty, b. 1866 d. 1913 (Age 47 years) [Birth] + 2. Amy Gertrude Beatty, b. 1867 d. 7 Apr 1938, Toronto, ON, Canada (Age 71 years) [Birth] 3. Alice Maude Beatty, b. 1870, Toronto, ON, Canada d. 1957 (Age 87 years) [Birth] + 4. Charles William Beatty, b. 25 Aug 1871, Toronto, ON, Canada d. 3 Dec 1958, Toronto, ON, Canada (Age 87 years) [Birth] 5. Bertha Louise Beatty, b. 1876, Toronto, ON, Canada d. 1876, Toronto, ON, Canada (Age 0 years) [Birth] Family ID F49 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 10 Apr 2013
Event Map Marriage - 7 May 1865 - Toronto, ON, Canada Death - 20 Nov 1912 - Toronto, ON, Canada Burial - - St. James Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada = Link to Google Earth
Photos William H Beatty
WH Beatty was a solicitor for the Gooderham and Worts firm during the mid to late 19th century. He married Charlotte Louisa Worts, the eldest daughter of James Gooderham Worts. As part of the family and also a very influential lawyer, he became invaluable to both JG Worts and Wm Gooderham. Beatty, his wife and their children lived at their residence, called The Oaks, which was located on Queens Park Cres.
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Family Stories 1854 Letters to William Henry Beatty from his father James Beatty (father-in-law of Charlotte Louisa (Worts) Beatty)
Now and then we are lucky enough to stumble on a detailed account that a settler has left for posterity. James Beatty, the father of William Henry Beatty and the father-in-law of Charlotte Louisa (Worts) Beatty, left just such an account. Written in September, 1854, the account takes the form of a series of letters written to his son William Henry...describing his very eventful and difficult life.
1863 William Henry Beatty established Beatty and Chadwick which became the principal law firm to the Gooderham and Worts empire