Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478

DANIELL & DITMORE



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John S. THOMAS




Husband John S. THOMAS 3551

         Born: Abt 1869 - Georgia 4302
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       Father: Brigadier General Bryan Morel THOMAS, CSA (1836-1905) 1964,4302
       Mother: Mary WITHERS (1844-1918) 1964,4302





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John Simms THOMAS




Husband John Simms THOMAS 166

         Born: 9 Jun 1850 - Georgia 166
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       Father: Jesse Sanford THOMAS (1816-      ) 166
       Mother: Mary Ann P. DANIEL (1825-1905) 166,3269





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Joseph J. THOMAS




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       Father: Joseph J. THOMAS (Abt 1886-1951)
       Mother: Dorothy PRICKETT (1894-      )





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Lawrence THOMAS




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Lee THOMAS




Husband Lee THOMAS

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       Father: James Milton THOMAS (      -Bef 1908)
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WEISS and Lindsey THOMAS




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 Other Spouse: William Franklin DANIELL (1942-1988)


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1 M Gywan DANIELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Lindsey THOMAS

Lindsey THOMAS married WiLlian DANIELL, whom She met in Sewanee, TN. They had one son named Gywan. They divorced due to his drinking, etc. She remarried and her 2nd husband adopted Gywan. Her family lived in Sewanee.


General Notes: Child - Gywan DANIELL

Gywan Daniell is a son of William Franklin Daniell and Lindsey Thomas.
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Lindsey F. THOMAS




Husband Lindsey F. THOMAS 2573

         Born: Aug 1827 - Lewis County, Kentucky 2573
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       Father: Elijah Hart THOMAS (1804-1883) 498
       Mother: BOGGESS (1801-1863)





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Louells THOMAS




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Wife Louells THOMAS 447

         Born: Abt 1863
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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447




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William WYCHE and Louisa M. THOMAS




Husband William WYCHE 1517

         Born: 12 Jan 1818 1517
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       Father: Littleton WYCHE, Sr. (1772-1834) 1517
       Mother: Susannah MITCHELL (1780-1850) 1517


     Marriage: 15 Aug 1838 1517



Wife Louisa M. THOMAS 1517

         Born: Abt 1820
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1 M Henry Beaty WYCHE 2892

         Born: 26 Jun 1839 2892
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2 F Mary Olive WYCHE 2892

         Born: 9 Jul 1840 2892
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Lucille THOMAS




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Wife Lucille THOMAS 447

         Born: Abt 1842
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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447




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Madison G. THOMAS




Husband Madison G. THOMAS 4885

         Born: Abt 1871 - Lewis County, Kentucky 4885
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       Father: John F. THOMAS (1824-1876) 1002
       Mother: Nancy E. McELDOWNEY (1837-      ) 1002





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Margaret THOMAS




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Wife Margaret THOMAS 1510

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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510




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Mark Blandford THOMAS




Husband Mark Blandford THOMAS 166

         Born: 2 Nov 1854 - Georgia 166
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       Father: Jesse Sanford THOMAS (1816-      ) 166
       Mother: Mary Ann P. DANIEL (1825-1905) 166,3269





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Mary THOMAS




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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510




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Mary THOMAS




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Wife Mary THOMAS 447

         Born: Abt 1849
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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447




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Major John THREEWITS, RS-SC and Mary THOMAS




Husband Major John THREEWITS, RS-SC

         Born: 1753 - Brunswick County, Virginia 117
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       Father: Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC (1730-Bef 1784) 116
       Mother: Jemima WILLIAMSON (1734-After 1771)


     Marriage: Bef 1786



Wife Mary THOMAS 117

         Born: Bef 1764
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       Father: John THOMAS, Jr. (      -Bef 1768)
       Mother: Mary HAY (      -Between 1807/1807)




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General Notes: Husband - Major John THREEWITS, RS-SC

John THREEWITS was the eldest son of Capt. Joel THREEWITS, who died during the Revolution. Apparently, he was born in Virginia and moved with his parents to South Carolina. Through grants, he received a total of 124 acres on the Congaree River and settled in the area which became Lexington County.
This record may be John's departure from Sussex County, Virginia: 1777 Sussex County, Virginia Land Deeds : "31 Jan 1777. John Threewits to Joel Newman for 40 lbs current money of VA - 214 acres on the southside of the Nottoway River. Part is located in Cabbinstick Swamp." Notes. Joel Newman is the husband of Lucy Hill.
Active in the militia during the American Revolution, he was stationed at Purysburg (1778-1779), serving under his father, Capt. Joel THREEWITS, and Orangeburg as a captain, later brigade major, of horse under Col. TAYLOR (1779, 1780, 1781, 1782). At various times, John held the rank of private, lieutenant, captain, and brigade major.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0007 Page: 00452 Item: 02 Date: 1786/05/24
Description: THREEWITS, John, Plat for 40 Acres on Congaree River, Camden District, Surveyed by J. WINN. Names Indexed: THREEWITS, John/WINN, J./GIBSON, Gilbert/TAYLOR/GOODWYN, John/Locations: Candem District/Congaree River Type: PLAT/
In 1790 his household is shown in North Orangeburg, South Carolina as John THREEWITS 2 0 1 0 18, 2 males 16 or older, 1 female and 18 slaves. John had no children. Who was the other male living with him? (M637, R11, P384)
John was regularly named to be administrator of family affairs and executor of family wills.
According to the 1800 federal census, he was a resident of Saxe Gotha Township and owned thirty-five slaves.
On February 26, 1802, John sold the 350 acres granted to his father to Jonathan WEAVER.
John THREEWITS, for many years, was a Senator from the election district of Saxe-Gotha, later Lexington. He was one of the best known men in the state from his long service in both branches of the General Assembly and from his war record. That is why Chancellor Deseussure refers to him intimately as "Major THREEWITS". (A.S. Salley, Jr.)
John and his brother, Llewellin, were representatives of Saxe-Gotha to the South Carolina Constitutional convention. Both voted against ratifying the new Constitution of the United States as recorded in this vote: FRIDAY, May 23, 1788. On motion, Resolved, That this Convention do assent to and ratify the Constitution agreed to on the 17th day of September last, by the Convention of the United States of America, held at Philadelphia. On the question being put to agree to the same, the yeas and nays were called for by the unanimous voice of the Convention, and are as follows: -- District of Saxe-Gotha. -- Yea: Hon. Henry PENDLETON. 1. -- Nays: Hon. Richard HOMPTON, J. CULPEPER, William FITZPATRICK, Llewellen THREEWITS, John THREEWITS, Wade HAMPTON. 6. Two hundred and twenty-two representatives attended the session, with 140 voting in favor and 73 voting against. The resolution was adopted by a majority of 67 votes.
Returned to the House by Saxe Gotha, he served in the Eleventh General Assembly (1794-1795). Continuing to represent his home parish, THREEWITS was elected to the state Senate and was a member of the Twelfth (1796-1797), Thirteenth (1798-1799), Fourteenth (1800-1801), and Fifteenth (1802-1804) General Assemblies. On 16 December 1806, he qualified as a state Senator to represent Saxe Gotha in the Seventeenth General Assembly (1806-1808). Other offices he held included commissioner, for the inspection and exportation of tobacco at Friday's Ferry on the Congaree River (1789); commissioner, to open and improve navigation of the Congaree (1791); road commissioner for Lexington County (1792) ; and commissioner, to lay out lots in the town of Saxe Gotha (1807).
The 1820 Census for Lexington District, page 4, lists the household of John THREEWITS as 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 1.The 1840 Census for Lexington lists Major John THREEWITS on Series: M704 Roll: 513 Page 119, one male 80-90, lives alone.
Major John THREEWITS died 22 February 1842, two years after his wife, Mary THOMAS died, she dieing before the 1840 census. John and Mary had no offspring.
"THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Brother: Joel THREEWITS Children: John H. THREEWITS Lewellyn W. THREEWITS Jemima W. POOLE (See research notes on Jemima) Eppes (Epsey) D. GEIGER -w- William GEIGER Keziah A. R. BUTLER -w- Henry BUTLER Mary A. JONES -w- Henry JONES Emma E. RIVERS -w- James RIVERS Lucretia S. CASON -w- William CASON 116


General Notes: Wife - Mary THOMAS

Mary's father was John THOMAS. Mary (Thomas) THREEWITS on the deed of conveyance below is Mary THOMAS' mother, the wife of Captain Joel THREEWITS listed as a widow in 1782.
"THOMAS, John, Jr Gr. 100 A. 'whereon Mary THREEWITS, widow now liveth-on Mill's Cr. N-S Congaree. Mary THREEWITS, Sarah WILLIAMSON -w- Roling WILLIAMSON, sisters of John THOMAS. Conv. By John THREEWITS to Roling WILLIAMSON. Fairfield I-165 June 25, 1782."
These deeds may lead to other member s of the THOMAS family:
"FRANKLIN, Edmund -w- Rachel conv. To Anderson THOMAS a tract of land in 1768 to 'a certain Edward FRANKLIN' by mistake -- intended for Edmund. Chester Ct. Min. Apr 1788-Pg 206"
"THOMAS, James of Camden Dist. To Henry LARD (LAIRD?0 of Camden Dist. 150 A. Pt. Of 300 A. G. 18 May 1773 in a place called Joseph LARD'S Old Place. On Little River. Wit: Anderson THOMAS, Rich'd HARRIS, Thomas HOLSEL (HOUSEAL-HOLSELLL)."
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Mary THOMAS




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       Father: George William THOMAS (1822-      ) 497,498
       Mother: Dorothy (Abt 1825-      ) 497




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Andrew WILSON and Mary Ann THOMAS




Husband Andrew WILSON 2982

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Wife Mary Ann THOMAS 498

         Born: 11 Mar 1813 - Lewis County, Kentucky 498
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       Father: George THOMAS (1771-1832) 498
       Mother: Lavinia SCHULL (1778-1877) 498




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann THOMAS

Mary Ann THOMAS' birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Mary Ann Thomas May 1813 (?)."
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Mary C. THOMAS




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Wife Mary C. THOMAS 284

         Born: Abt 1896 - Lewis County, Kentucky 284
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       Father: John F. THOMAS (1824-1876) 1002
       Mother: Nancy E. McELDOWNEY (1837-      ) 1002




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Mary Catherine THOMAS




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Wife Mary Catherine THOMAS 166,3269

         Born: 21 Nov 1842 - Georgia 166
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       Father: Jesse Sanford THOMAS (1816-      ) 166
       Mother: Mary Ann P. DANIEL (1825-1905) 166,3269




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Catherine THOMAS

Mary Catherine THOMAS' birth is listed in the transcription of the Jesse Sanford THOMAS family Bible. Mary C. is named in the 1850 census.

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Mary Elizabeth Minerva THOMAS




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Wife Mary Elizabeth Minerva THOMAS 166

         Born: 28 Jul 1844 - Georgia 166
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       Father: Jesse Sanford THOMAS (1816-      ) 166
       Mother: Mary Ann P. DANIEL (1825-1905) 166,3269




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Maryanne THOMAS




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Wife Maryanne THOMAS 3551

         Born: Abt 1831 - Baldwin County, Georgia 3551
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       Father: Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812 (1779-1881)
       Mother: Mary Bryan NEYLE (1797-1836)




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Matthew Anderson THOMAS




Husband Matthew Anderson THOMAS 1338

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General Notes: Husband - Matthew Anderson THOMAS

Matthew Anderson THOMAS witnessed the 1767 LW&T of his brother, John, Jr., and was named in the February 13, 1768 LW&T of his sister, Cecelia.
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Mattie Martha THOMAS




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Wife Mattie Martha THOMAS 447

         Born: Abt 1849
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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447




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Minnie THOMAS




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Wife Minnie THOMAS 4885

         Born: Abt 1873 - Lewis County, Kentucky 4885
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       Father: John F. THOMAS (1824-1876) 1002
       Mother: Nancy E. McELDOWNEY (1837-      ) 1002




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Missouri B. THOMAS




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Wife Missouri B. THOMAS 1002

         Born: Abt 1859 - Lewis County, Kentucky 284
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       Father: John F. THOMAS (1824-1876) 1002
       Mother: Nancy E. McELDOWNEY (1837-      ) 1002




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Nancy THOMAS




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Wife Nancy THOMAS 498

         Born: 16 Dec 1810 - Lewis County, Kentucky 498
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       Father: George THOMAS (1771-1832) 498
       Mother: Lavinia SCHULL (1778-1877) 498




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General Notes: Wife - Nancy THOMAS

Nancy THOMAS' birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Nancy Thomas December 1810." The Thomas Trail, gives 16 Dec 1810.
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Nancy THOMAS




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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510




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Oscar Fitzallen THOMAS




Husband Oscar Fitzallen THOMAS 2573

         Born: 1833 - Lewis County, Kentucky 2573
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       Buried:  - Valley Cemetery, Near Charters, Kentucky


       Father: Elijah Hart THOMAS (1804-1883) 498
       Mother: BOGGESS (1801-1863)





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Pearl THOMAS




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Rachel THOMAS




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Wife Rachel THOMAS

         Born: Aug 1779 - Pennsylvania
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       Father: Michael THOMAS (Abt 1719-1799) 348
       Mother: Eva Susannah Margaretha HART (1751-Bef 1829) 348




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General Notes: Wife - Rachel THOMAS

Rachel THOMAS "was born in August of 1779 in Pennsylvania. Nothing has been located on a family by the writer but she was a proven daughter of Michael Thomas and was mentioned in his will." (The Children of Michael Thomas, chap. 11, p. 13, Bud Thomas)

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Rebecca THOMAS




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Wife Rebecca THOMAS 1510

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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
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Redmond G. THOMAS




Husband Redmond G. THOMAS 447

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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447





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Robert THOMAS, M. D. and Catherine Caroline WYCHE




Husband Robert THOMAS, M. D.

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Wife Catherine Caroline WYCHE 2797

         Born: 11 May 1836 2797
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       Father: Thomas Clarke WYCHE (1801-1870) 1517
       Mother: Mary Catherine MACINTYRE (1809-      ) 1517



 Other Spouse: John Garland PETTUS (      -      ) 2891 - 16 Dec 1857 2797


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Sallie B. THOMAS




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Wife Sallie B. THOMAS 447

         Born: Abt 1855
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       Father: Butler Remey THOMAS (1818-1906) 447
       Mother: Louisa Eliza PORTER (1821-1879) 447




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Sally THOMAS




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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510




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Sarah THOMAS




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Wife Sarah THOMAS 4609

         Born: Abt 1781 4609
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       Father: Michael THOMAS (Abt 1719-1799) 348
       Mother: Eva Susannah Margaretha HART (1751-Bef 1829) 348




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General Notes: Wife - Sarah THOMAS

"Sarah Thomas- (Proven by will) born about 1781. Little is known of Sarah but she was very popular within the Thomas family due to the many names of "Sarah". Sarah appears to have continued living in Fayette County, Kentucky after her mother moved to what is now Lewis County. She likely lived with the Abraham Thomas family or other relations.

She may be the same Sarah Thomas that married George Mansfield in Fayette County, Kentucky 5 June, 1805. In the 1810 census records for Fayette County, Kentucky the family is listed with 3 females less than 10 years of age in the household. Sarah and George are both listed as between 26 and 44 years of age in that year. It is also noted that Michael Thomas, son of Abraham Thomas, was still living in Fayette County, Kentucky at this time not far from the Mansfield's." (The Thomas Trail, chap. 11, p. 13, Bud Thomas)

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Sarah THOMAS




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Wife Sarah THOMAS 498

         Born: 15 Mar 1802 - Mason County, Kentucky 498
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       Father: George THOMAS (1771-1832) 498
       Mother: Lavinia SCHULL (1778-1877) 498




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General Notes: Wife - Sarah THOMAS

Sarah THOMAS' birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Sarah Thomas March 15, 1802."
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Roland WILLIAMSON, RS-SC and Sarah THOMAS




Husband Roland WILLIAMSON, RS-SC 4622

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Wife Sarah THOMAS

         Born: Bef 1764
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       Father: John THOMAS, Jr. (      -Bef 1768)
       Mother: Mary HAY (      -Between 1807/1807)




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1 U WILLIAMSON

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General Notes: Husband - Roland WILLIAMSON, RS-SC

"Williamson, Rolloing. Thirty days at Orangeburg and Four Holes under Capt. David TUCKER." (History of Richland County South Carolina, p. 106, Green)

SC Archives: Series: S213192 Volume: 0037 Page: 00521 Item: 001Date: 4/15/1800 Description: WILLIAMSON, Roling, Plat for 143 Acres on Cedar Creek, Fairfield county, Camden District, surveyed by Alexander KENNEDY. Names indexed: COUNTEE; CROSLIN, John; DUGGAN, Leandrew; KENNEDY, Alexander; STANTON, John; WILLIAMSON, Roling. Locations: Broad River; Camden District; Cedar Creek; Fairfield County.
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Sarah Jane THOMAS




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Wife Sarah Jane THOMAS 2573

         Born: 1831 - Lewis County, Kentucky 2573
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       Buried:  - Valley Cemetery, Near Charters, Kentucky


       Father: Elijah Hart THOMAS (1804-1883) 498
       Mother: BOGGESS (1801-1863)




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Susanna THOMAS




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Wife Susanna THOMAS 1510

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       Father: Solomon THOMAS (1773-      ) 2573
       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510




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Sydney THOMAS




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Wife Sydney THOMAS 498

         Born: 29 Apr 1808 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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       Father: George THOMAS (1771-1832) 498
       Mother: Lavinia SCHULL (1778-1877) 498




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General Notes: Wife - Sydney THOMAS

Sydney THOMAS' birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Sydnay (Sydney) Thomas August 29, 1808." An alternate birth date of 29 April 1804 is given in The Thomas Trail,.
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Sylla THOMAS




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Wife Sylla THOMAS 3551

         Born: Abt 1875 - Georgia 3551
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       Father: Brigadier General Bryan Morel THOMAS, CSA (1836-1905) 1964,4302
       Mother: Mary WITHERS (1844-1918) 1964,4302




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William THOMAS




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       Mother: Catherine BARNHILL (      -      ) 1510


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1 M Daniel Webster THOMAS 1508

          AKA: Tuck THOMAS 1508
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2 M Robert THOMAS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William THOMAS

"Solomon's only son, William, moved to Missouri in 1852 along with his sisters Susan, Jemima, and Rebecca and their families as well as many of Israel Thomas' children. They were among the founders of the town of Granger, Missouri (Scotland County)." The Thomas Trail,, chap. 11, p. 10, Bud Thomas)


General Notes: Child - Daniel Webster THOMAS

A history of Prairie View described in the website:
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/towns/PrairieView/historypv.html is presented below:
History of Prairie View, Kansas


[In May of 1873, the Robert and Daniel W. Thomas families arrived in the yet unnamed "Prairie View" area. They left Missouri early in the year to get "to wherever they were going" in order to plant crops. The Dan Thomas family at that time consisted of 4 children, so they had a stove in their covered wagon. Robert Thomas had 6 children, so there was no room for a stove; therefore, cold nights were miserable. Arriving in this area, (Prairie View) the wagon boxes were placed on the ground and claims registered. The first two permanent families had arrived.
A 1906 paper accounts this story about one of the first days. "The only thing that dispelled the feeling of homesickness that was crawling over our friend Tuck (Dan) Thomas of Prairie View, the second day after he reached Phillips County, was his good luck in downing a fine buffalo with his six-shooter and then having to ride it a few hundred yards before finishing it with his jack-knife.
Work on dugouts waited until sod was broken and the crops were planted. Both families spent the first and possibly the second winter in a dugout.
A couple of years later in a dugout approximately one-half mile west of the present post office, Tuck (Dan) Thomas stocked a dugout with flour, sugar, salt and other staples. When he made trips to purchase supplies, he picked up mail for his neighbors. When settlers came to purchase supplies, they also picked up their mail. On July l5, 1879, Tuck Thomas was granted a legal post office for a town he named Prairie View.
On August 27, 1892, the Prairie View post office was relocated one-half mile east to the platted town of Prairie View. It is likely Daniel W. And Mary E. Thomas and Robert and Olive Thomas as the Kansas Town and Land Company waited until the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad completed plans to build through the town before making it official.
The Prairie View cemetery was on land given by the Thomas families just west of town. A wagon train headed west had 2 small children die and these were the first two buried in the cemetery. The graves are not marked but are in the southwest corner of the Daniel and Mary Thomas plots.
One descendant of the Thomas family is still living in the town of Prairie View as well as a number of descendants of the first Dutch who settled here.

After his wife died, Tuck moved to Idaho, where he and some of his children were busy establishing another town (Gooding). In a 1920 letter to his daughter's, Tuck enthusiastically describes the building boom in the town and reports "everybody that can saw a board is a carpenter". Daniel died in Gooding, Idaho December 22, 1925.

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William THOMAS




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William J. THOMAS




Husband William J. THOMAS 226

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William M. THOMAS




Husband William M. THOMAS 1486

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William R. THOMAS




Husband William R. THOMAS 1002,4885

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William Sandford THOMAS




Husband William Sandford THOMAS 166,3269

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Willie THOMAS




Husband Willie THOMAS 281

         Born: Abt 1906 - Lewis County, Kentucky 281
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Charles Wayne THOMASON




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General Notes: Husband - Charles Wayne THOMASON

Charles Wayne Thomason, son of Charlie Warner Thomason and Kathryn Nell Daniel, was born 31 December 1964 in Bowie County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD5X-2QQ : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Charles Wayne Thomason, 31 Dec 1964; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]

Charles W Thomason, born 31 December 1964, resided in Troup County, Texas, 1995 - 2007. Record number 845389402. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009", index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QJV3-G5YL : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Charles W Thomason, 12 Dec 1995-15 Nov 2007.]

Charles W Thomason, also known as Charlie W. Thomason, born 31 December 1964, resided in Jacksonville County, Texas in 2008.
Possible Relatives: Bernadine Franks Thomason, Elizabeth A Thomason, Vera Franks Thomason. Record Number 40157510. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KGGG-56H : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Charles W Thomason, Residence, Jacksonville, Texas, United States; from a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

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Juanella THOMASON




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General Notes: Wife - Juanella THOMASON

Juanella Thomason, daughter of Charlie Warner Thomason and Kathryn Nell Daniel, was born 8 March 1962 in Bowie County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD5Z-2SW : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Juanella Thomason, 08 Mar 1962; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]
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Cameron THOMPSON




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General Notes: Husband - Cameron THOMPSON

Cameron Thompson is named as her surviving brother in the June 2013 obituary of Cassadi Lachelle Thompson.
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Cassadi Lachelle THOMPSON




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Wife Cassadi Lachelle THOMPSON

         Born: 27 Feb 1993 - Bibb County, Georgia
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       Buried: 23 Jun 2013 - Prospect United Methodist Church Cemetery, Twiggs County, Georgia


       Father: Larry THOMPSON
       Mother: Christie




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General Notes: Wife - Cassadi Lachelle THOMPSON

Obituary: Jeffersonville GA. Cassidi L. Thompson 02/27/1993 - 06/20/2013 Jeffersonville, GA- Cassidi Lachelle Thompson, 20, of Prospect Church Rd. passed away Thursday June 20, 2013. Services will be held Sunday June 23, 2013 at 3:00PM in Prospect United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Rev. Bob Powell and Rev. Steve Byrd will officiate. Cassidi, was born in Macon, GA, February 27, 1993. She was a 2011 Graduate of Twiggs County High School and loved to fish, and be with her Brother and Family. She was preceded in death by her Grandfather Andy Mercer, her Grand Mothers, Betty Rose Tarpley, Merle Prosser, and Vera June Thompson. Survivors include her Parents, Bud and Christie Thompson. Brother, Cameron Thompson; Grandparents, Larry Jo and Norma Thompson, Karen and Randall Schortzman, and Peggy Mercer. Her Great-Grandparents, Lillian Tarpley, and Bobby and Laverne Adams. Many loving Aunts and Uncles, Cousins and all of her Friends. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8pm Saturday in the funeral home. Visit www.reecefuneralhomeinc.com to sign the online registry. Reece Funeral Home in Jeffersonville has charge of arrangements. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, June 22, 2013, Death Notice]

Cassidi Lachelle Thompson is buried in Prospect United Methodist Church Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Twiggs County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 112674834.

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Clarence E. THOMPSON




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Irma THOMPSON




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John THOMPSON




Husband John THOMPSON 906

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       Mother: Mary Virginia HURST (Abt 1833-      ) 320,517





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Called "Jack."
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Keith THOMPSON




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General Notes: Husband - Keith THOMPSON

Son, Keith Thompson of Waycross, Georgia, is named as a survivor in the 2001 obituary of Melvin F. Thompson.

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Mary THOMPSON




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General Notes: Wife - Mary THOMPSON

Mary THOMPSON, 3, is named in the 1860 census with her mother, Mary V. THOMPSON, apparently widowed daughter of Capt. James Gunnell HURST and Catherine A. GUNNELL living in their household. Mary is lists as a male, but the 1870 census shows her as "Mollie" THOMPSON, definitely female.
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Mary Ann THOMPSON




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General Notes: Husband - Morgan THOMPSON

Morgan Thompson is named as as surviving grandchild in the February 2008 obituary of George Allen Albright.


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James THOMSON and Adeline THOMSON




Husband James THOMSON 39

          AKA: James THOMSON 2305
         Born: 28 Oct 1848 - Beaufort County, South Carolina 2305
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     Marriage: Abt 1870



Wife Adeline THOMSON 39,2305

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         Born: 11 Jul 1852 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 902
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       Father: William H. THOMSON (Abt 1816-Bef 1900) 39,40
       Mother: Adeline Elizabeth RICE (1825-1914) 39,40




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1 F Addie THOMSON 39

         Born: 21 Jun 1871 - South Carolina 2305
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       Spouse: 1st Lt. Burt W. ANDREWS (1871-1946)
         Marr: 14 Jun 1896 - District of Columbia


2 F Katherine THOMSON 39,2305

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3 F Mazie THOMSON 39,902

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4 M Bernard M. THOMSON 39,902

         Born: 27 Jul 1881 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 902
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       Spouse: Harriet Elizabeth EASTERBY (1883-1943)
         Marr: 24 Nov 1909 - Charleston County, South Carolina


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General Notes: Husband - James THOMSON

It is said that James THOMSON was not related to Adeline's father.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 158: 606 606 THOMSON James 30 M Atty at law SC SC SC; -- Addie W F 26 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Addie W F 9 Dau At school SC SC SC; -- Kate W F 5 Dau At school SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 2 Dau SC SC SC.

James died before 1 June 1900 when "Addie" was a widowed head of household in Barnwell County, South Carolina.

"JAMES THOMSON/ Born at/ Beaufort, S. C./ Oct. 28, 1848/ Died at Blackvllle, S. C./ Oct. 25, I898/" is listed in the index of burials in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina. [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]


General Notes: Wife - Adeline THOMSON

Adeline was called "Dolly".

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 164: 62 70 THOMPSON Addie Head W F July 1853 46 WD - 5 4 SC GA SC; -- Katherine Dau W F Aug 1875 24 S SC SC SC; -- Mazie [sic] Dau W F May 1879 21 S SC SC SC; -- Bernard Son W M Sept 1882 17 S SC SC SC; [Next page] THOMPSON Addie E. Mother W F Feb 1825 75 Wd SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 2, Columbia; Series: T624 Roll: 1471 Page: 95:
Lady 1318 8 8 THOMSON Addie Head F W Wd - 5 4 SC GA SC None;
-- Mary Dau F W 30 S SC SC SC Stenographer Lawyer's office;
-- THOMSON Addey Mother F W 85 Wd SC SC SC.

"ADDIE THOMSON/ Born at/ Barnwell, S.C./ July 11, 1852/ Died at Columbia, S. C. March 26, 1912/ Mother/" is listed in the index of burials in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina. [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]


General Notes: Child - Addie THOMSON

ADDIE THOMSON ANDREWS/ Wife of/ Burt M. Andrews/ daughter of/James and Addle Thomson/ June 21, 1871-Apr. 13, 1915/ (Verse). [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]

Find A Grave Memorial# 46989933 lists Addie's burial in her birth and death in South Carolina, her burial in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina, and notes that Addie was the "Wife of Burt W Andrews. Daughter of James & Addie Thomson."


General Notes: Child - Bernard M. THOMSON

"Bernard M. Thomson, Barnwell" is named in the recruit class of 1898 at the South Carolina Military Academy, the Citadel. [The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday, October 6, 1898, Page 3]

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THOMSON AND EASTERBY. - On Wednesday afternoon, 3 o'clock, November 24, 1909, at 22 Thomas street, by the Rev. M. G. G. Sherer. Bernard Melchoir Thomson and Harriet Elizabeth Easterby. [The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday, December 9, 1909, Page 12]

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M56R-T5G : accessed 11 Aug 2013), Bernard M Thomson in entry for George R Lunz, 1910. Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number M1283. Sheet Number 26A. District 42, Charleston Ward 8, Charleston, South Carolina
George R Lunz Head M 27 South Carolina
Minnie L Lunz Wife F 24 South Carolina
George R Lunz Jr. Son M 1 South Carolina
Bernard M Thomson Son-in-law M 28 South Carolina
Hattie E Thomson Daughter F 26 South Carolina
Stewart D Easterby Son M 17 South Carolina
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'brother-in-law" and Stewart a "brother" to Minnie L Lunz? RLD]

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6CG-JMX : accessed 11 Aug 2013), Bernard M Thomson, 1920. Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number T625. Sheet Number 1A. District 70, Charleston Ward 12, Charleston, South Carolina. Household ID 1
Bernard M Thomson Head M 38 South Carolina SC SC
Hattie E Thomson Wife F 36 South Carolina
Bernard M Thomson Jr. Son M 6 Georgia
Janes [sic] H Thomson Son M 3 South Carolina

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/SPH5-TWR : accessed 11 Aug 2013), Bernard Thomson Jr. in entry for Bernard M Thomson, 1930. Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number T626, Affiliate Film Number 2190. District 0040, Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. Sheet Number 1A, Household ID 1
Bernard M ThomsonHeadM47 South Carolina
Hattie E ThomsonWifeF45 South Carolina
Bernard Thomson Jr.Son M16 Georgia
James H ThomsonSonM13 South Carolina

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K48K-9WL : accessed 11 Aug 2013), Bernard M Thomson in entry for Bernard M Thomson, 1940. District 10-57. Ward 12, Charleston, Charleston City, Charleston, South Carolina. Affiliate Publication Number T627, Affiliate Film Number 3794. Sheet Number 11B. Family Number 348 .
Bernard M Thomson Head M 58 South Carolina
Hattie E Thomson Wife F 56 South Carolina
Bernard M Thomson, Jr. Son M 26 Georgia
On 1 April 1935, this family lived in the same place..

Bernard is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 45397916:

BERNARD M. THOMSON
July 27, 1881
Oct. 18, 1955

NOTE, discrepany in year of death in the Social Security Death Index: : Bernard Thomson, born 27 July 1881 died 27 July 1966 at age 85. Last Place of Residence was Charleston, South Carolina 29403. Social Security Number 247-62-8327 issued in South Carolina. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JR6Z-W28 : accessed 11 Aug 2013), Bernard Thomson, October 1966.]

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Alice THOMSON




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Arthur THOMSON




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Forrest J. THOMSON




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       Father: George Forrest THOMSON, Sr. (1892-1934)
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General Notes: Husband - Forrest J. THOMSON

In the 1940 U.S. Census of Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, Forest J. Tompson [sic], 14, Cousin, resides in the home of Earl T. and Minne E. [Sullivan] Furr.

Forrest Thomson, of McLean, Va., is named as a surviving son in the August 26, 1973 obituary of Katherine B. Wicks.
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Francis Carroll THOMSON, Jr.




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       Father: Francis Carroll THOMSON, Sr., USN, WWII (1927-2001)
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Francis C. Thomson Jr., of Falls Church, Va., is named as a surviving son in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.
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George Forrest THOMSON, Jr.




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         Born: 7 Feb 1926 - District of Columbia
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       Father: George Forrest THOMSON, Sr. (1892-1934)
       Mother: Katherine Blakeney SULLIVAN (1892-1973)





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George Forrest Thomson of Falls Church, Va., is named as a surviving brother in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.

George F. Thomson, born 7 February 1926, died 17 November 2004 at age 78. His last residence was in Fairfax County, Virginia 22043. His social security number was issued in the District of Columbia. ["United States Social Security Death Index,]
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James Furse THOMSON IV




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       Father: James Furse THOMSON, III, USCG (1932-2008)
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James Thomson IV of St. Petersburg, Florida is named as a surviving grandson in the May 13, 1988 obituary of Bobbie W. Chapin.
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Janet L. THOMSON




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       Mother: Frances Mary TERRANA (1931-1990)




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General Notes: Wife - Janet L. THOMSON

Janet L. Meredith of Falls Church, Va., is named as a surviving daughter in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.

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Katherine THOMSON




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Wife Katherine THOMSON 39,2305

         Born: Aug 1875 - South Carolina 902
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General Notes: Wife - Katherine Annnette THOMSON

Katherine Annette Arrowsmith of Falls Church, Va., is named as a surviving daughter in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.

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Mamie THOMSON




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       Father: James THOMSON (1848-1898)
       Mother: Adeline THOMSON (1852-1912)




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Mazie THOMSON




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          AKA: Mary THOMPSON 2305
         Born: May 1879 - South Carolina 902
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       Father: James THOMSON (1848-1898) 39
       Mother: Adeline THOMSON (1852-1912) 39,2305




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Sharon M. THOMSON




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       Father: Francis Carroll THOMSON, Sr., USN, WWII (1927-2001)
       Mother: Frances Mary TERRANA (1931-1990)




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Sharon M. Campbell of Manassas, Va., is named as a surviving daughter in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.

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Terri THOMSON




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       Father: James Furse THOMSON, III, USCG (1932-2008)
       Mother: Jacquelyn Darrell CHAPIN




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Dr. Thomas Harris WYATT and Alyce Letton THORNAL




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       Father: Phil Henly WYATT (1905-1976)
       Mother: Mary Alice YOUNG (1899-1985)


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       Father: Justice Benjamin Campbell THORNAL, Jr., USN, WWII (1908-1970)
       Mother: Alyce LETTON (1911-2001)




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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Thomas Harris WYATT

"Thomas Harris Wyatt, son of Mr and Mrs. Phil Henly WYATT, 49 Benjamin Dr., Ormand Beach" named in the published engagement notice to to Miss Alyce Letton Thornal, daughter of Florida Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Campbell Thornal of Tallahasse. [Daytona Beach Morning Journal - Jul 17, 1960]

"son, Dr. Thomas" is named in the 1985 obituary of his mother, Mary Alice Wyatt.


General Notes: Wife - Alyce Letton THORNAL

"Thomas Harris Wyatt To Wed Alyce Thornal Of Tallahassee
Engagement of Miss Alyce Letton Thornal to Thomas Harris Wyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henly Wyatt, 49 Benjamin Dr., Ormond Beach, has been announced by her parents, Florida Supreme Court Justice and Mrs. Campbell Thornal, Tallahassee.
Miss Thornal is a 1956 graduate of Leon High School, attended Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., and was graduated from Florida State University in June with a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, majoring in interior design. She was a member of Kappa Delta social society and Omicron Nu, home economics honorary.
Mr. Wyatt is a 1956 graduate of Seminole High School in Sanford, and is a senior at FSU majoring in chemical science. He is a member of Lambda Chi Delta social fraternity, and a past secretary of that organization.
An early Fall wedding in Trinity Methodiat Church, tallahassee, is planned."
[Daytona Beach Sunday News-Journal - July 17, 1960, Page 2C]

"daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Wyatt" is named in the November 5, 1970 obituary of her father, Campbell Thornal.
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George Richard Lee TURBERVILLE III and Adeline Stuart THORNTON




Husband George Richard Lee TURBERVILLE III 179

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Wife Adeline Stuart THORNTON 179

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1 F Mary Carter TURBERVILLE 179

         Born: 15 Jan 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery
       Spouse: John Thomas DEBELL (1867-Cir 1945) 180
         Marr: 7 Jan 1914 - Fairfax County, Virginia



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Arthur THORNTON




Husband Arthur THORNTON 5015

         Born: Aug 1894 - Georgia
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5016
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318





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Charles THORNTON




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       Father: Rev. Quillian THORNTON, USA, Korea (1928-1973)
       Mother: Ruth Fay HOGAN (1931-1975)





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General Notes: Husband - Charles THORNTON

Charles Thornton of Hogansville, Georgia, is named as a surviving son in the 1973 obituary of Rev. Quillian Thornton.

Charlie Thornton, aka Charles Thornton
Residence Date: 01 Jul 1994-01 Jan 1998
Residence Place: Hogansville, Georgia, United States
Phone Number: (706) 637-8120
Phone Number Recorded Date: 01 Jan 1998
Address: 112 Woodard St
Address Continued: Hogansville, Georgia 30230
Possible Relatives: Rozell S Thornton, Rozelle Thornton
Record Number: 583514680
"United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJ83-4VHH : accessed 4 June 2015), Charlie Thornton, Residence, Hogansville, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.
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M Charles Thornton
Residence Date: 01 Aug 1995
Residence Place: Hogansville, Georgia, United States
Address: 209 Hogan Rd
Address Continued: Hogansville, Georgia 30230
Address Date: 01 Aug 1995
Possible Relatives: Charles H Thornton, Nicholas C Thornton, Shirley F Thornton
Record Number: 315003728
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Emmline THORNTON




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Wife Emmline THORNTON 4030

         Born: Abt 1900 - Georgia
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5017
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318




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Glenn THORNTON




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       Father: Rev. Quillian THORNTON, USA, Korea (1928-1973)
       Mother: Ruth Fay HOGAN (1931-1975)


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1 F Tiffany THORNTON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Glenn THORNTON

Glenn Thornton of Hogansville, Georgia, is named as a surviving son in the 1973 obituary of Rev. Quillian Thornton.

Thornton Glenn, aka Glenn Q Thornton
Residence Date:01 Nov 2004
Residence Place:Hogansville, Georgia, United States
Birth Date:15 Oct 1955
Phone Number:882-8878
Phone Number Recorded Date:17 May 2005
Address:28 Valley Brook Dr
Address Continued:Hogansville, Georgia 30230
Address Date:01 Nov 2004
2nd Address:3621 New Franklin Rd
2nd Address Continued:Hogansville, Georgia 30230
2nd Address Date:01 May 1991-17 May 2005
Possible Relatives:Jewell A Thornton, Taylor S Thornton, Tiffany N Dunkelberg, Travis D Thornton
Record Number:206307951
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G Q Thornton
Residence Date:01 Jan 1998
Residence Place:Hogansville, Georgia, United States
Phone Number:(706) 883-6156
Phone Number Recorded Date:01 Jan 1998
Address:3621 New Franklin Rd
Address Continued:Hogansville, Georgia 30230
Possible Relatives:Jewell A Thornton, Taylor S Thornton, Thornton Glenn, Tiffany N Dunkelberg, Travis D Thornton
Record Number:583508923
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General Notes: Child - Tiffany THORNTON

Re: Hogan Family, Heard County, Georgia
Tiffany Thornton
Posted:1 Feb 2006 5:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Thornton, Hogan, Daniel, Golden
I am responding to this section of your message:
John A. Hogan born May 1886 had two sons, Hubert C. Hogan who was married to Elsie Unknown and Hulett Hogan . They lived in LaGrange, one north of LaGrange on US 27 and had a daughter who married Rev. Quintan Thornton.
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I am the great-granddaughter of Hubert and Elsie Pearl Golden. Their daughter was named Ruth (my grandmother) who married Rev. Quillian Thornton (my grandfather). Quillian was the pastor at Hillcrest Baptist Church and they had 2 sons, Charles and Glenn (my father). Ruth had another son Carl by another man. I was excited to find your message - if you would like any further help/information let know me. I have alot of information on both the Thornton and Daniel families.
-Tiffany Thornton
[http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=557&p=localities.northam.usa.states.georgia.counties.heard]
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James T. THORNTON and Susie C. WATTS




Husband James T. THORNTON 5018

         Born: Jul 1866 - Georgia
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 Other Spouse: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318 - Abt 1891 4019

 Other Spouse: Lee DANIEL (1889-Abt 1909) 2417 - Abt 1908



Wife Susie C. WATTS 790,850

         Born: 20 Feb 1879 - Clay County, Alabama 786
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       Buried:  - Hillview Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


       Father: Mathew O. WATTS (1855-1926) 1814
       Mother: Mary C. DANIEL (1858-1925) 1895



 Other Spouse: Earnest Lee HOOD (1875-1908) 790,848 - Abt 1894 - Heard County, Georgia 790


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General Notes: Husband - James T. THORNTON

James THORNTON married first "Jennie" DANIEL cir 1891. Jennie is thought to be Sarah J., daughter of John A. and Sarah J. DANIEL. Before June 1900, James and Jenny had four children, Nora, Arthur, Robert, and Lizzie. James has an additional four children between 1900 and 1910, Emmline, Molly, Kate, and Pearl.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin District 788, 11 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 204 Page: 88: 163 163 THORNTON James Head W M July 1866 33 M 8 GA GA GA Farmer; " Jennie Wife W M Mar 1873 M 8 4 4 GA GA GA; " Nora Dau W F Oct 1892 7 S GA GA GA; " Arthur Son W M Aug 1894 5 S GA GA GA; " Robert Son W M 3 S GA GA GA; " Lizzie Dau W F Jan 1898 1 GA GA GA.

In 1910, James is listed as a widow. He has four additional children, Emmaline, Molly, Kate and Pearl. Jennie died before 1910. Lee may also have died by then.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Texas Dist 761, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 193 Page: 228: 17 18 THORNTON James Head M W 38 Wd GA US US Farmer; THORNTON Nora Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; " Bob Son M W 14 S GA GA GA; " Lizzie Dau F W 12 S GA GA GA; " Emmaline Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA; " Mollie Dau F W 8 S GA GA GA; " Kate Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA (Did Jennie die giving birth To Kate?); " Pearl Dau F W 11/12 S GA GA GA (Daughter of second wife, Lee DANIEL? Did Lee die giving birth to Pearl?); DANIEL, Golden Step-son M W 4 S GA GA GA (Who are his parents?)(Who are his parents? Golden and Lee? Or did James adopt him since he is listed as a THORNTON in 1920 below?) (See Golden in John A. DANIEL's 1910 census as well.)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Militia District 761, Texas, 22 & 23 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 193 Page: 233 (Partial listing): "Road not named" 101 102 DANIEL John Head M W 56 M1 40 GA GA GA Farmer; " Sallie Wife F W 57 M1 40 12 8 GA GA GA Farm Laborer [Sallie, nickname for Sarah]; " Golden GrSon M W 5 S GA GA GA.
SUPPOSITION: "Jennie married Jim Thornton, Lee also married Jim Thornton after Jennie passed away." (Marlane Daniel) Lee DANIEL was Jennie's sister. Using this information and the 1910 census, it appears that Jennie may have died after giving birth to Kate about 1904. About five years later, Mar 1909, Pearl was born and James is listed as a widow in 1910. If Jennie died after Kate was born, Pearl would be the daughter of James and Lee; and Lee too had died before June 1910. Adding credence to this possibility is the fact that Golden DANIEL, age 4, thought to be a son of Lee, is named as James THORNTON's step-son in the 1910 census. Curiously, a Golden DANIEL, age 5, is also named as a grandson residing in the household of his grandfather, John A. DANIEL. Lee is not in either home.

In 1920 James THORNTON has moved to Troup County, Georgia and is married to Susie. Pearl, 11, is his youngest child. He has remarried to Susie, belived to be Susie C. WATTS, the widow of Earnest Lee HOOD. Susie's son Will HOOD is named with the family as "Son."
1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange, 655-Militia District, 2 Jan 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 281 Page: 14: 12 9 THORNTON Jim Head R M W 52 M US US US Weaver Cotton Mill; " Susie Wife F W 41 M AL AL GA; " Bob Son M W 23 M GA AL GA Doffer Cotton Mill; " Pearl Dau F W 11 [overwritten Numbers, see 1910 census] M GA GA GA Laborer Cotton Mill; HEARD Nora Dau F W 26 Wd GA AL GA Spinner Cotton Mill; THORNTON Lizzie Dau F W 20 S GA AL GA Weaver Cotton Mill; " Mollie Dau F W 17 S GA AL GA Spinner Cotton Mill; " Katie Dau F W 15 S GA AL GA; HOOD Will Son [sic, Step-son. RLD] M W 12 S AL AL GA; HEARD Pearl GrDau F W 3 S GA GA GA.

In 1930, Jim T. and Susie THORNTON lived in Mountville, Troup County, Georgia.

The Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998 lists J. T. THORNTON died 18 April 1936 in Troup County, Georgia, Certificate Number: 12353.

Susie C. WATTS, widow of Earnest Lee HOOD, was the third wife of James T. THORNTON.

Susie WATTS, daughter of Mathew O. WATTS and Mary C. DANIEL married Earnest Lee HOOD, circa 1895. Their son, William HOOD was born about 1909. Will HOOD, 12, step-son, is listed as a son of Jim and Susie THORNTON in 1920.

Side note: Earl HOOD, 19, and May HOOD, 17, are boarders in the home of Ben THOMASON, 56, and wife Carrie, 46, located two homes away from Jim THORNTON in 1920.


General Notes: Wife - Susie C. WATTS

Susie WATT, age 6 months, daughter of Mathew and Mary WATT, named in the 1880 census of Almond, Clay County, Alabama. Matthew O. and Mary C. WATTS are in the 1900 census in Carroll County, Georgia.

At age15, Susie married Earnest Lee HOOD. He died in 1908, leaving her with 5 children aged 13 and under..

In 1910, Susie is in Chambers County, Alabama, widowed with five children. She has given birth to eight children, three deceased. Her parents, Math and Mary WATTS, and her brother, Walter, live with her.
1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Chambers County, 13-Precinct, 20 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 5 Page: 133:162 175 HOOD Susie Head M [sic] W 30 Wd 14 8 5 AL AL AL; -- Oliver Son M W 14 S AL GA AL Doffer Cotton Mill; -- Mathew Son M W 11 S AL GA AL; -- Ethel Dau F W 9 S GA GA AL; -- Roy Son M W 8 S GA GA AL; -- Willie Son M W 7/12 S AL GA AL; WATTS Math Father M W 53 M1 32AL UNK UNK Rope Hand Cotton Mill; -- Mary Mother 49 M1 32 8 7 GA UNK UNK Spooler Cotton Mill; -- Walter Brother M W 14 S AL Doffer Cotton Mill.

Before 1920, Susie married second James T. THORNTON.
1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange, 655-Militia District, 2 Jan 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 281 Page: 14: 12 9 THORNTON Jim Head R M W 52 M US US US Weaver Cotton Mill; " Susie Wife F W 41 M AL AL GA; " Bob Son M W 23 M GA AL GA Doffer Cotton Mill; " Pearl Dau F W 11 (Overwritten Numbers, see 1910 census) M GA GA GA Laborer Cotton Mill; HEARD Nora Dau F W 26 Wd (See 1900 census) GA AL GA Spinner Cotton Mill; THORNTON Lizzie Dau F W 20 S GA AL GA Weaver Cotton Mill; " Mollie Dau F W 17 S GA AL GA Spinner Cotton Mill; " Katie Dau F W 15 S GA AL GA; HOOD Will Son[*] M W 12 S AL AL GA; HEARD Pearl GrDau F W 3 S GA GA GA. [*Step-son, Susie's son by Earnest Lee HOOD. RLD]

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, Mountville; NARA Publication: T626, roll 389
Film Number: 2340124 Digital Folder Number: 4532005 Enumeration District Number:0016, Image Number: 00528 Sheet Number and Letter: 7A, Line Number: 5 Family Number: 117: Jim T. Thornton Head M W 62 M 20 GA US US Laborer Farm
Susie Thornton Wife F W 52 M 15 AL AL US.

Jim T. THORNTON died 18 Apr 1936. After his death, Susie used the HOOD surname. Her grave in Hill View Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia, is indexed as: "00100-01 HOOD Susie Watts 20 Feb 1879 5 May 1953." The Georgia Death Index, certificate 10015, records Susie C. HOOD's death at age 74 on 24 April 1953 in Troup County.

Find A Grave Memorial# 79381058.
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John Henry THORNTON




Husband John Henry THORNTON

         Born: 28 Jun 1934 - Heard County, Georgia
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       Father: Henry THORNTON (1905-1939) 3162
       Mother: Dovie DANIEL (1904-1977) 2319,3162





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Obituary: Mr. John Henry Thornton, 76, of LaGrange, died Monday, May 23, 2011, at Twin Fountains Home in LaGrange.
Born June 28, 1934, in Heard County, Mr. Thornton was the son of the late Henry and Dovie Daniel Thornton. He lived in Troup County most of his life and was retired from Franklin Aluminum Corporation.
Survivors include his sisters, Myrtice Davis of LaGrange and Annie Beatrice Cox of Rydal; brother, the Reverend Rufus Thornton of LaGrange, and several nieces and nephews.
The family will hold a memorial service at a later time.
Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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Kate THORNTON




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Wife Kate THORNTON 4030

         Born: 9 Jul 1905 - Georgia
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5019
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318




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General Notes: Wife - Kate THORNTON

POSSIBLE Death certificate information:
Title Thornton, Katie Birth Date 1905 -07 -09 Age at Death 17 years 6 months 29 days City of Death Lagrange County of Death Troup Date of Death 1923 - 02 - 07 Year of Death 1923 Father's Name J. T. Thornton Mother's Name Nina[*] Daniel First Name Katie Last Name Thornton Race or Ethnic Origin Caucasian
Certificate Number 3498 Sex Female
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Cite as Death Certificates, Vital Records, Public Health, RG 26-5-95, Georgia Archives
Digital Collection Georgia Death Certificates Filename 004178795_00017.jpg
[*Nina does not match the two known wives of James THORNTON, Sarah J. "Jennie" DANIEL or her sister, Lee DANIEL. "Nina" appears to be a misread of "Gin" for Jenny. Although some Gs are closed, note the open G in three LaGrange entries. RLD]

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Lizzie THORNTON




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Wife Lizzie THORNTON 5020

         Born: Jan 1898 - Georgia
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5021
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318




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Mollie THORNTON




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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5022
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318




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Pearl THORNTON




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Wife Pearl THORNTON 4030

         Born: Mar 1909
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5023
       Mother: Lee DANIEL (1889-Abt 1909) 2417




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General Notes: Wife - Pearl THORNTON

Pearl THORNTON is believed to be the daughter of James THORNTON and his second wife, LEE DANIEL. Pearl was 11 months old in the 1910 census and her father was widowed. If Lee was her mother, she died soon after giving bith to Pearl.
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Reuben THORNTON




Husband Reuben THORNTON

         Born: Cir 1790
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1 F Mary Josephine THORNTON 2248,3303

         Born: Abt 1812 - Virginia 3303
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       Spouse: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
         Marr: 25 Dec 1834 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Reuben THORNTON

Of Gainesville, Georgia. Reuben THORNTON is named in the wedding notice of his daughter Mary Josephine to Col. Warren JOURDAN.

WORKING NOTES - NONE PROVEN to be Mary Josephine's father:
1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Greene County, No Twp Listed; Series: M33 Roll: 8 Page: 151:
Reuben THORNTON 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 14 0 1 0 5 3 0 8 3 4 1 (age 25-46)
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1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Elbert County, No Twp Listed; Series: M33 Roll: 8 Page: 119:
Reuben THORNTON 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 (age 26-45)
On this page is neighbor Benjamin THORNTON, 26-45, and three homes away Lucy R. THORNTON, widow?, 26-45, with 5 boys and 2 girls.
1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Giles County, Elkmont Springs P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1251 Page: 164:
903 886 Reuben THORNTON 62 M W Farmer 1500 395 VA;
Mary THORNTON 64 F W VA.
Next door William THORNTON 24 (son?) and family.
POSSIBLE SON - 1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hall County, Roberts District; Series: M593 Roll: 155 Page: 306: 1598 1474 THORNTON, Reuben N. 46 M W Farmer 1500 612 GA; -- Mary 42 F W Keeping house GA; -- James 18 M W GA; -- Martha 16 F W GA; Mary J. F W 16 GA; Sophronia 14 F W GA; -- Julia 5 F W GA; -- Joannah 2 F W GA. (A clue? If this Reuben was sister of Mary Josephine Thornton JOURDAN does his daughter Mary J. = Mary Josephine, named for his sister?)


General Notes: Child - Mary Josephine THORNTON

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange;
Series: M432 Roll: 84 Page: 122: 101 108 Mary J. JOURDAN 38 F 1500 VA;
Madelene " 13 F GA;
Marrah [sic, Maria] " 11 F GA;
Warren E. " 9 M GA;
Reubin T. " 7 M GA.

In 1870, "May J." [Mary Josephine] JORDAN and her son, Warren, live in the home of her daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and her husband, Dr. Willis WESTMORELAND, in Fulton County, Georgia
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Robert THORNTON




Husband Robert THORNTON 5024

         Born: Aug 1896 - Georgia
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       Father: James T. THORNTON (1866-1936) 5025
       Mother: Sarah J. DANIEL (1873-After 1905) 2318





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Roy C. THORNTON




Husband Roy C. THORNTON

         Born: 1 Apr 1921
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       Buried: 2 Mar 2004 - Sargent Cemetery


       Father: Henry Lee THORNTON (      -      )
       Mother: Willie PEYTON (      -      )





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General Notes: Husband - Roy C. THORNTON

Of Newnan, Georgia in Janueary 1999.

Obituary: Mr. Roy C. Thornton
The Times-Herald, Newnan, Georgia, March 1, 2004
Mr. Roy C. Thornton, 82, died Sunday, Feb. 29. 2004, at Beaulieu Convalescent Center.
Mr. Thornton was born April 1, 1921, to the late Henry Lee and Willie Lee Payton Thornton. He was a retired employee of the Bibb Manufacturing Co. and a member of Ephesus Christian Church.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 2, 2004 at 2 p.m., with Minister J.C. Cook officiating. Internment will be held at Sargent Cemetery in Newnan. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday.
Survivors include sisters, Velma Daniel of Hogansville and Annie Morris of Newnan, and an extended family of nieces and nephews.
McKoon Funeral Home.

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Terrell THORNTON




Husband Terrell THORNTON 3162

         Born: 1 Feb 1924 - Heard County, Georgia
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         Died: 16 Jan 1983
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       Father: Henry THORNTON (1905-1939) 3162
       Mother: Dovie DANIEL (1904-1977) 2319,3162





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General Notes: Husband - Terrell THORNTON

Terrell Thornton, age 18, born 1 February 1924 in Heard County, Georgia, registered for the draft in Franklin, Heard County, Georgia. "Mrs. Dovie Thornton, Mother" was the peerson who would always know his address. ["Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1897-1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2MR-MH4 : accessed 4 June 2015), Terrell Thornton, 1941; citing Franklin, Heard, Georgia, National Archives and Records Administration, Morrow.]
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Tiffany THORNTON




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General Notes: Wife - Tiffany THORNTON

Re: Hogan Family, Heard County, Georgia
Tiffany Thornton
Posted:1 Feb 2006 5:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Thornton, Hogan, Daniel, Golden
I am responding to this section of your message:
John A. Hogan born May 1886 had two sons, Hubert C. Hogan who was married to Elsie Unknown and Hulett Hogan . They lived in LaGrange, one north of LaGrange on US 27 and had a daughter who married Rev. Quintan Thornton.
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I am the great-granddaughter of Hubert and Elsie Pearl Golden. Their daughter was named Ruth (my grandmother) who married Rev. Quillian Thornton (my grandfather). Quillian was the pastor at Hillcrest Baptist Church and they had 2 sons, Charles and Glenn (my father). Ruth had another son Carl by another man. I was excited to find your message - if you would like any further help/information let know me. I have alot of information on both the Thornton and Daniel families.
-Tiffany Thornton
[http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=557&p=localities.northam.usa.states.georgia.counties.heard]
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Wayne THORNTON, USN, WWII




Husband Wayne THORNTON, USN, WWII 3162

         Born: 25 Feb 1926 - Heard County, Georgia 3162
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       Father: Henry THORNTON (1905-1939) 3162
       Mother: Dovie DANIEL (1904-1977) 2319,3162





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General Notes: Husband - Wayne THORNTON, USN, WWII

In 1944, Wayne Thornton, age 18, born 25 February 1926 in Heard County, Georgia, registered for the draft in Franklin, Heard County, Georgia. "Mrs. Dovie Thornton, Mother" was the person who would always know his address. ["Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1897-1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2MR-MZ4 : accessed 4 June 2015), Wayne Thornton, 1941; citing Franklin, Heard, Georgia, National Archives and Records Administration, Morrow.]

Wayne served in the U. S. Navy from 26 May 1944 to 31 July 1945.

Wayne Thornton, born 25 February 1926, died in Oct 1984 at age 58. Last residence was in Fulton County, Georgia 30344. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JR6R-H4H : accessed 4 June 2015), Wayne Thornton, Oct 1984; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Wayne Thornton died 15 October 1984 in Fulton, Georgia at age 58. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V49P-FRP : accessed 4 June 2015), Wayne Thornton, 15 Oct 1984; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-98," database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2001); citing Fulton, Georgia, certificate number 035573, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

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Elizabeth Rebecca THORP




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Wife Elizabeth Rebecca THORP 166

         Born: 31 Oct 1804 166
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       Father: Joseph THORP (1776-      ) 166
       Mother: Elizabeth SIMMONS (1774-      ) 166




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Joseph Benjamin THORP




Husband Joseph Benjamin THORP 166

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       Father: Joseph THORP (1776-      ) 166
       Mother: Elizabeth SIMMONS (1774-      ) 166





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Sarah Jane THORP




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Wife Sarah Jane THORP 166

         Born: 16 Apr 1810 166
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       Father: Joseph THORP (1776-      ) 166
       Mother: Elizabeth SIMMONS (1774-      ) 166




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Euell THRASH




Husband Euell THRASH 799,913

         Born: Sep 1898 - Alabama 799
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       Father: James M. THRASH (1875-      ) 799
       Mother: Gertrude (1869-1962) 800





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General Notes: Husband - Euell THRASH

"Uel" age 1 is named in the home of his parents James M. THRASH and Gertude BARNES in the 1900 Census. Before 1910 they are divorced. In 1910, he lives with his father in the household of his uncle, Ellison THRASH.
1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Dixon; Series: T624 Roll: 31 Page: 28: 116 120 THRASH Ellison Head M W 22 S AL AL AL Farmer; -- Mat Mother F W 50 Wd - 1 2 AL AL AL Farm laborer; -- Jim Brother M W 30 Div AL AL AL Farm laborer; (next page, 29) THRASH Werell Jr. Nephew M W 9 S AL AL AL Laborer Home Farm.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Josie; Series: T625 Roll: 38 Page: 292:
Fm 234 338 INGRAM Henry b. Head M W 30 AL SC US Farmer; ...; THRASH Euell Boarder M W 21 S AL AL AL Farmer
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Maude T. THRASH




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Wife Maude T. THRASH 800

         Born: Abt 1904 - Alabama 800
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       Father: James M. THRASH (1875-      ) 799
       Mother: Gertrude (1869-1962) 800




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Elizabeth Rose THRASHER




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       Father: Mark Raymond THRASHER
       Mother: Sarah Alicia FITZGERALD




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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Rose THRASHER

Sarah Alicia Fitzgerald of Harlem and Mark Raymond Thrasher of Swanee, Ga. are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth Rose Thrasher, born July 20, 2008 at Doctor's Hospital, Augusta. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, August 10, 2008]
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Joseph TUCKER and Rachel THRASHER




Husband Joseph TUCKER

         Born: 1804 - South Carolina
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Wife Rachel THRASHER

         Born: 31 May 1803 - Georgia
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1 M Samuel Johnson TUCKER

         Born: 31 Oct 1827 - St. Clair County, Alabama
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2 F Margaret L. TUCKER

         Born: 1828 - St. Clair County, Alabama
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3 M Benjamin F. TUCKER

         Born: 1829 - St. Clair County, Alabama
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4 M Thomas J. TUCKER

         Born: 1831 - St. Clair County, Alabama
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5 F Elizabeth TUCKER

         Born: 1836 - St. Clair County, Alabama
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6 F Sarah Amanda TUCKER

         Born: 25 Nov 1838 - Alabama
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         Died: 24 Aug 1897 - Murray County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Hennepin Cemetery, Murray County, Oklahoma
       Spouse: Samuel Jackson ASHTON (1832-1898)
         Marr: 27 Oct 1856 - St. Clair County, Alabama



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Edward THREEWITS




Husband Edward THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1732 - Virginia
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       Father: John THREEWETS (Cir 1700-Bef 1749)
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General Notes: Husband - Edward THREEWITS

Edward THREEWITS is named in the 1749 LW&T of his father, John THREEWETS of Surry County, Virginia: To son, Edward, 175 acres of land in Surry County on the south side of Nottoway River and each side of Cabbin Swamp and one Negro.
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Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC and Jemima WILLIAMSON




Husband Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC 116

         Born: 1730 - Surry County, Virginia 117
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       Father: John THREEWETS (Cir 1700-Bef 1749)
       Mother: Ann (Cir 1705-      )


     Marriage: Cir 1750

 Other Spouse: Mary HAY (      -Between 1807/1807) - Abt 1775



Wife Jemima WILLIAMSON

         Born: Aug 1734
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       Father: John WILLIAMSON (Cir 1715-      ) 117
       Mother: Martha TUCKER (1716-      ) 117




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1 M Llewellin THREEWITS, RS-SC 3705

         Born: Abt 1755 - Brunswick County, Virginia 117
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       Spouse: Ann Mary GEIGER (Cir 1760-Bef 1788) 117
         Marr: Bef 1784
       Spouse: Eleanor FITZPATRICK (      -      )
         Marr: Bef 1789


2 M Major John THREEWITS, RS-SC

         Born: 1753 - Brunswick County, Virginia 117
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       Spouse: Mary THOMAS (Bef 1764-1840) 117
         Marr: Bef 1786


3 M Joel THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1758
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       Spouse: Lucretia PHELPS (Cir 1760-      )
         Marr: Abt 1792


4 F Elizabeth THREEWITS 3705

         Born: Cir 1760 - Brunswick County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Major Hicks CHAPPELL, RS-SC (1757-1836) 3705
         Marr: 14 Jun 1780 - South Carolina 3705


5 M Williamson THREEWITS, RS-SC

         Born: Cir 1765 - Brunswick County, Virginia
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6 F Martha THREEWITS 2697

         Born: Cir 1763
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       Spouse: Wood TUCKER, Jr. (1751-1817) 118



General Notes: Husband - Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC

Joel THREEWITS is named in the 1749 LW&T of his father, John THREEWETS of Surry County, Virginia: To son, Joel, 450 acres in Brunswick County on the south side of Three Creeks and one Negro.

Deed Book 4, Brunswick County, VA: "John JACKSON * his wife Willmuth (x) of Brunswick Co to John COLLIER of same. 27 Mar 1750. L19 sterling. 95 acres on the east side of Reedy Branch, joining said JACKSON & said COLLIER, Mr. BROADNAX. Wit: Rus BLACKLEY, *Joel THREEWETT, Titus SINGLETON. Proved 27 Mar 1750. St Clack CC."
"Joell THREEWITTS of St Andrew Parish in Brunswick Co to David MEREDITH of Bath Parish in Dinwiddie Co. 8 Jun 1752. L20. 100 acres which was part of a 450 acre patent to Bartholomew PETERSON dated 1746 who deed it to John THREEWITTS Apr 1749 who willed it to his son Joell THREEWITTS in his will dated 1749, on the north side of the Three Creeks, joining MABRY, John COLLIER, Dionysius WRIGHT. Wit: Thomas SHAKELL, Abraham PEEBLES, Robert WHITEHALL. Proved 28 Jul 1752. Litt Tazewell CC."
Joel THREEWITS witnessed the following deeds as recorded in Deed Book 5, Brunswick County, VA: "Thomas (mark) HARWELL of St Andrews Parish in Brunswick Co to John WILLIAMSON of Bristol Parish in Prince George Co. 24 Apr 1754. L50 VA. 100 acres on the south side of the Three Creeks, joining JOEL THREEWITTS, his brother John, said John WILLIAMSON. Wit: Joel THREEWITTS, William VAUGHAN, Jemima THREEWITTS. Proved 28 May 1754. Probate indicates that Sarah the wife of said Thomas relinquished of dower. Litt Tazewell CC."

Deed Book 6, Brunswick County, VA:
VIRGINIA - DEEDS BOOK 6
Indenture made the 6th day of November, 1759, between John HARWELL of North Carolina, County of Cumberland, and John WILLIAMSON, for (amount of consideration not stated), conveying 100 acres and being the land given to the said HARWELL by his father by deed of gift, and being part of that tract granted to John HARWELL, father of the said John, of 229 acres by Letter of Patent dated September 5, 1749, and lying on the South side of the Three Creeks, adjoining SISONS old path, the Great Branch, and land of WILLIAMSON. Signed by John HARWELL (his mark). Witnesses were Joel THREEWITS, Joseph CARTER, and Jehue PEEBLES. Indenture proved by the oaths of the witnesses in Court on March 24, 1760. Deed Book 6, page 442.
Indenture made the 16th day of July, 1760, between Elizabeth HARWELL of Southampton County, and John WILLIAMSON, conveying all of her right of dower in land which John HARWELL, her dead husband sold in his lifetime. Witnesses were Joel THREEWITS, Charles WILLIAMSON, and Jemima THREEWITS. Signed by Elizabeth HARWELL (her mark). Indenture proved by the oaths of the witnesses in Court on July 28, 1760. Deed Book 6, page 535. (Note: Probate indicates that one of the above witnesses was Jeremiah THREEWITS.) Note from Audrey: "Jemima" THREEWITTS is definitely a name in the family as shown by records from VA to SC; error may be in transcribing Jemima to Jeremiah in the probate record, rather than the will itself. (aep)
Deed Book 6, Brunswick County, VA: "Elizabeth HARWELL of Southampton Co to John WILLIAMSON of Brunswick Co. 16 July 1760. No amount. She confirms to said WILLIAMSON her right of dower in all the land which John HARWELL her dead husband sold in his lifetime 'or all that She hat (sic) any Right or Dower in'. Wit: Joel THREEWITTS, Charles WILLIAMSON, Jemima THREEWITS. Proved 28 July 1760. John ROBINSON CC." (Note: Probate indicates that one of the above witnesses was Jeremiah THREEWITS.) Note from Audrey Poole: "Jemima" THREEWITS is definitely a name in the family as shown by records from VA to SC; error may be in transcribing Jemima to Jeremiah in the probate record, rather than the will itself.

Joel received a land grant in 1766 for 350 acres in South Carolina.
SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0011 Page: 00563 Item: 02 Date: 3/2/1767 Description: THRUWITZE, Joel, Plat for 350 Acres in Savannah River. Names indexed: FAIRCHILD, John; GARRET, Benjamin; THRUWITZE, Joel; TROUP, John. Locations: Savannah River.

"Joel THREEWITS, the elder, had 350 acres of land certified to him January 5, 1773, and granted January 20, 1773, on Stevens Creek, Ninety Six District. He had four sons and two daughters, which accounts for the acreage at the then bounty of 50 acres for each member of the family above two years of age. Some time after this he married Mrs. Mary THOMAS, widow of John THOMAS, 3rd. She had a son, John, and two daughters, Mary and Sarah THOMAS. John died under age prior to 1787. Sarah married Roland WILLIAMSON and Mary married her step-brother, John THREEWITS. Joel THREEWITS served in the militia of South Carolina during the Revolution at Purysburg, December 1, 1778 to February 1, 1779, and at Augusta and Stono, February 20 to May 26, 1779, attaining the rank of captain in the regiment of Co1. Robert GOODWYN. He was either killed, or died in service, as his son John, in an affidavit dated September 13, 1784, declared that the "acct; against the Publick as stated was left by the above named Capt. Joel THREEWITS deceased". John also receipted for the pay due on the account, as administrator, September 3, 1785." A.S. Salley, Jr.

Joel THREEWITS died intestate before 10 July 1782 when his wife Mary was named administrix of his estate. (Green's "History of Richland County", page 215)
Note: Please note the WILLIAMSON name in the Brunswick County records, as well as the daughters' given names in Joel's will. (aep) Three of Joel's sons, John, Llewellin, and Williamson, also served the American cause during the Revolution. Both Joel and Williamson gave their lives in the war. 116


General Notes: Wife - Jemima WILLIAMSON

From: "Harriet Imrey" himrey@ntelos.net To: "Robert Daniell" Sent: December 07, 2004 Subject: Re: THREEWITS, Capt. Joel, of Brunswick Co., VA and Descendants - Here are some additional Threewits references that will identify a few more spouses (e.g., Joel Sr. first-married Jemima Williamson, she died after 1771, he married Mary XX Thomas after that, etc.). I have no idea about a Daniel/Raiford marriage, but have few sources past the Colonial era, so don't follow the Philip Raifords down quite as far as the one you're seeking.


General Notes: Child - Llewellin THREEWITS, RS-SC

Llewellin THREEWITS was a son of Captain Joel THREEWITS, who died during the Revolution. Llewellin had himself been a soldier of the Revolution, attaining the rank of Lieutenant. He served under Capt. William GOODWYN at McCord's Ferry in 1781, later under Major Robert LYELL at Orangeburgh in 1781, and as adjutant to Col. Thomas TAYLOR in 1782.
Ninety-Six District: North Side of the Saluda River PLAT BOOK B 1785-1787 This volume contains Plats for Land Along the French Broad and Alabama or Mobile Rivers and their Tributaries, which, since 1787, has not been within the boundaries of South Carolina.
County Records Division, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, page 401, THREEWITS, Llewellin.
Llewellin and his brother, John, were representatives of Saxe-Gotha to the South Carolina Constitutional convention. Both voted against ratifying the new Constitution as recorded in this vote: FRIDAY, May 23, 1788. On motion, Resolved, That this Convention do assent to and ratify the Constitution agreed to on the 17th day of September last, by the Convention of the United States of America, held at Philadelphia. On the question being put to agree to the same, the yeas and nays were called for by the unanimous voice of the Convention, and are as follows: -- District of Saxe-Gotha. -- Yea: Hon. Henry PENDLETON. 1. -- Nays: Hon. Richard HOMPTON, J. CULPEPER, William FITZPATRICK, Llewellen THREEWITS, John THREEWITS, Wade HAMPTON. 6. Two hundred and twenty-two representatives attended the session, with 140 voting in favor and 73 voting against. The resolution was adopted by a majority of 67 votes.
In the 1790 census of North Orangeburg, South Carolina, Llewellin THREEWITS' household is shown as 4 1 3 - 17, meaning 4 male 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 3 females, and 17 slaves. Llewellin was married to Eleanor FITZPATRICK at this time. They had a son, Llewellin Williamson, born in 1789. That accounts for some of his household, but who were the other 3 males, 16 or over, and the other 2 females? (M637, R11, P383)
After his death about 1796 his widow, Mrs. Eleanor THREEWITS, married Capt. John THOMAS in 1800.
Note regarding Emily GEIGER and a purported marriage to a THREEWITS: "Descendants of both Geigers and Threewits have been arguing about "who Emily married" for well over a century! Some branches believe that she'd married Llewellin Threewits, although she certainly did not. He was married to Ann Mary Geiger as of 1786, had his only child by second wife Eleanor Fitzpatrick in 1789. No time to work in another wedding in that same year." (Harriet Imrey, email, 12/07/2004) 4367


General Notes: Child - Major John THREEWITS, RS-SC

John THREEWITS was the eldest son of Capt. Joel THREEWITS, who died during the Revolution. Apparently, he was born in Virginia and moved with his parents to South Carolina. Through grants, he received a total of 124 acres on the Congaree River and settled in the area which became Lexington County.
This record may be John's departure from Sussex County, Virginia: 1777 Sussex County, Virginia Land Deeds : "31 Jan 1777. John Threewits to Joel Newman for 40 lbs current money of VA - 214 acres on the southside of the Nottoway River. Part is located in Cabbinstick Swamp." Notes. Joel Newman is the husband of Lucy Hill.
Active in the militia during the American Revolution, he was stationed at Purysburg (1778-1779), serving under his father, Capt. Joel THREEWITS, and Orangeburg as a captain, later brigade major, of horse under Col. TAYLOR (1779, 1780, 1781, 1782). At various times, John held the rank of private, lieutenant, captain, and brigade major.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0007 Page: 00452 Item: 02 Date: 1786/05/24
Description: THREEWITS, John, Plat for 40 Acres on Congaree River, Camden District, Surveyed by J. WINN. Names Indexed: THREEWITS, John/WINN, J./GIBSON, Gilbert/TAYLOR/GOODWYN, John/Locations: Candem District/Congaree River Type: PLAT/
In 1790 his household is shown in North Orangeburg, South Carolina as John THREEWITS 2 0 1 0 18, 2 males 16 or older, 1 female and 18 slaves. John had no children. Who was the other male living with him? (M637, R11, P384)
John was regularly named to be administrator of family affairs and executor of family wills.
According to the 1800 federal census, he was a resident of Saxe Gotha Township and owned thirty-five slaves.
On February 26, 1802, John sold the 350 acres granted to his father to Jonathan WEAVER.
John THREEWITS, for many years, was a Senator from the election district of Saxe-Gotha, later Lexington. He was one of the best known men in the state from his long service in both branches of the General Assembly and from his war record. That is why Chancellor Deseussure refers to him intimately as "Major THREEWITS". (A.S. Salley, Jr.)
John and his brother, Llewellin, were representatives of Saxe-Gotha to the South Carolina Constitutional convention. Both voted against ratifying the new Constitution of the United States as recorded in this vote: FRIDAY, May 23, 1788. On motion, Resolved, That this Convention do assent to and ratify the Constitution agreed to on the 17th day of September last, by the Convention of the United States of America, held at Philadelphia. On the question being put to agree to the same, the yeas and nays were called for by the unanimous voice of the Convention, and are as follows: -- District of Saxe-Gotha. -- Yea: Hon. Henry PENDLETON. 1. -- Nays: Hon. Richard HOMPTON, J. CULPEPER, William FITZPATRICK, Llewellen THREEWITS, John THREEWITS, Wade HAMPTON. 6. Two hundred and twenty-two representatives attended the session, with 140 voting in favor and 73 voting against. The resolution was adopted by a majority of 67 votes.
Returned to the House by Saxe Gotha, he served in the Eleventh General Assembly (1794-1795). Continuing to represent his home parish, THREEWITS was elected to the state Senate and was a member of the Twelfth (1796-1797), Thirteenth (1798-1799), Fourteenth (1800-1801), and Fifteenth (1802-1804) General Assemblies. On 16 December 1806, he qualified as a state Senator to represent Saxe Gotha in the Seventeenth General Assembly (1806-1808). Other offices he held included commissioner, for the inspection and exportation of tobacco at Friday's Ferry on the Congaree River (1789); commissioner, to open and improve navigation of the Congaree (1791); road commissioner for Lexington County (1792) ; and commissioner, to lay out lots in the town of Saxe Gotha (1807).
The 1820 Census for Lexington District, page 4, lists the household of John THREEWITS as 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 1.The 1840 Census for Lexington lists Major John THREEWITS on Series: M704 Roll: 513 Page 119, one male 80-90, lives alone.
Major John THREEWITS died 22 February 1842, two years after his wife, Mary THOMAS died, she dieing before the 1840 census. John and Mary had no offspring.
"THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Brother: Joel THREEWITS Children: John H. THREEWITS Lewellyn W. THREEWITS Jemima W. POOLE (See research notes on Jemima) Eppes (Epsey) D. GEIGER -w- William GEIGER Keziah A. R. BUTLER -w- Henry BUTLER Mary A. JONES -w- Henry JONES Emma E. RIVERS -w- James RIVERS Lucretia S. CASON -w- William CASON 116


General Notes: Child - Joel THREEWITS

Joel THREEWITS is the youngest son of Capt. Joel THREEWITS. He was too young for Revolutionary War service, which lead to his estimated birth date of about 1760.
Joel's will was written on January 21, 1811 and probated on December 2, 1836. In it he named his wife, Lucretia, and "THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Brother: Joel THREEWITS...

1820 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry District, page 136, lists:
Joel THREEWITTS 0 2 1 1 0 1 - 3 1 2 0 1.

"THREEWITS, Joel Of Newberry District. Richland Wills K-172. Wife: Lucretia - daughter of legatee of Mrs Mary PHELPS Sons: John Hawkins THREEWITS, Joel Thomas THREEWITS, Lewellan Williamson* THREEWITS Daughters: Emma Eliza THREEWITS, Lucretia Silvia THREEWITS Jemima Williamson THREEWITS, Epsey Davis THREEWITS, Keziah Ann Rose THREEWITS. Will: 1 Jan 1818 Witnesses: John and Mary THREEWITS, John THOMAS." Joel named his wife, Lucretia and John HATTON as Executors. *Note: Please note the WILLIAMSON name in the Brunswick County records, as well as the daughters' given names in Joel's will. (aep) (http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/search/details.asp?index=2465&table=AllArchivalData&tableLook=Wills)

Another Will abstract, Richland County Will Book K: "Page 173. Joel THREEWITS of Newberry District. Will, January 21, 1818-December 22, 1836. Wit.: John THREEWITS, Mary THREEWITS, John THOMAS. Ex.: Wife and John HATTON. Wife: Lucrecy. Sons: John Hawkins THREEWITS, Joel Thomas THREEWITS, Lewellen Williamson THREEWITS. Dau.; Mary Adline, Emma Eliza, Epsy Davis, Keziah Ann Ross, Lucy Vaughn, m. LOWERMAN. Mrs. Mary PHELPS had given legacies to the last four daughters." ("History of Richland County", p. 308, Green)

Two other children are mentioned in the works of A.S. Salley, Jr., Mary Adeline and Lucy Vaughn LOWERMAN. Mary, Emma, and Lucretia are said to have been underage. Mrs. Mary PHELPS, in her 1816 LW&T names both her daughter Lucretia and Lucretia's daughter Lucy Vaughn LOVEMAN [LOWERMAN].


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth THREEWITS

Elizabeth THREEWITS is a daughter of Capt. Joel THREEWITS.
"Colonel CHAPPELL, a near relation of the defendant", was John Joel CHAPPELL, first cousin of the defendant. Colonel CHAPPELL's mother was Elizabeth THREEWITS, daughter of Capt. Joel THREEWITS, and sister of defendants father, Llewellin THREWITS, of Major John THREEWITS, "the uncle of the defendant", and of Joel THREEWITS, the father of that other Llewellin T. THREEWITS, whose wife, Josephine Loire (LOVE?)THREEWITS, is buried on Major John THREEWITS' old place out on Highway No. 2. (A.Salley)
"THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Sister: Mrs. Elizabeth CHAPPELL Children: James H. CHAPPELL John J. CHAPPELL"


General Notes: Child - Williamson THREEWITS, RS-SC

Williamson THREEWITS was either killed or died while in Revolutionary War service. He served as a horseman at Turkey Creek and Congarees under Col. Thomas TAYLOR in 1780-81. He died before 10 Sep 1784 when his brother John, acting as Administrator, presented a bill against the State for Williamson's service and signed the affidavit and receipt.

"Williamson Threewits was born ~1755-60 in Brunswick County, VA. He was a horseman in the regiment of Col. Thomas Taylor from 15 December 1780 to 25 June 1781. He did not survive the war; his account for militia services was submitted in 1784 by his brother Maj. John Threewits. A Lexington County tradition states that a Wilkie Threewits was shot by Tories while on a scouting mission near Beaver Creek (in current Calhoun County, SC), was able to swim the Congaree River back to the Richland County side, but died of his wounds at Hay's Mill. The home of Capt. Joel Threewits Sr., on Hay's Mill Creek, was adjacent to the mill." (Harriet Imrey, Palmetto Roots, http://www.palmettoroots.org/Family_Threewits.html) 4367


General Notes: Child - Martha THREEWITS

Martha THREEWITS is a daughter of Capt, Joel THREEWITS.
"THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Sister: Mrs. Martha TUCKER Children: Joel T. TUCKER Martha J. JUMPER Ann R. WILLIAMS.

"Martha Threewits was born ~1760-65 in Brunswick County, VA or Craven County (Richland County) SC. She married Wood Tucker, who was born 10 May 1751 in Prince George County, VA (the western section that became Dinwiddie County, VA in 1752). He was the son of Wood Tucker Sr. (b. 28 May 1726 in Prince George County, VA, d. 1784 in Richland County, SC) and Millie T. Harper, who had married on 27 January 1743/4. Millie survived her husband in 1784. Wood Tucker Sr. was the brother of Martha Tucker, who married John Williamson and had daughter Jemima, wife of Joel Threewits Sr. Martha Threewits Tucker died prior to 17 March 1825. Wood Tucker Jr. signed his Richland County will on 9 October 1817; it was proven on 20 January 1818. [Richland County Will Book G, p. 47.]" 117


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Joel Thomas THREEWITS




Husband Joel Thomas THREEWITS 1564

         Born: Bef 1818
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         Died: Bef 1844 117
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       Father: Joel THREEWITS (Cir 1758-Bef 1836)
       Mother: Lucretia PHELPS (Cir 1760-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Joel Thomas THREEWITS

Joel Thomas is named as a son in the 1818 Will of his father, Joel THREEWITS. He is not named among the heirs of Major John THREEWITS in 1844 and is presumed dead before then.
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John THREEWITS, Jr.




Husband John THREEWITS, Jr.

         Born: Cir 1724 - Virginia
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       Father: John THREEWETS (Cir 1700-Bef 1749)
       Mother: Ann (Cir 1705-      )





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General Notes: Husband - John THREEWITS, Jr.

John THREEWITS is named in the 1749 LW&T of his father, John THREEWETS of Surry County, Virginia: To my son, John; and my wife Ann, the Plantation I live on and all the rest of est. Makes them exers.
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John THREEWITS




Husband John THREEWITS

         Born: Abt May 1749 - Sussex County, Virginia
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       Father: Peter THREEWITS (Cir 1726-      )
       Mother: Amy BOBBITT (Cir 1730-      )





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John Llewellyn THREEWITS




Husband John Llewellyn THREEWITS

         Born: 5 Jul 1811
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       Father: Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS (Abt 1789-1814)
       Mother: Catherine DANIEL (Abt 1791-1856)





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General Notes: Husband - John Llewellyn THREEWITS

"...John Llewelyn Threwitz, 2nd child of Llewelyn and Catherine, was born, July 5, 1811; died Oct. 17, 1834. He is buried near Edgefield, and a tombstone marks his grave..." from a letter written by John Threewits Nicholson.
Additional information published by Johnson Bland MOBLEY states that John THREEWITS died at age 21, "He was reading medicine at Edgefield C.H."
The death of this John Llewellyn THREEWITS ended the THREEWITS surname in the line of his grandfather, Llewellyn THREEWITS, son of Capt Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC, and Jemima WILLIAMSON.

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John Rivers THREEWITS




Husband John Rivers THREEWITS

         Born: 19 Sep 1841
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       Father: Llewellin Williamson THREEWITS (Abt 1815-After 1850) 1564
       Mother: Josephine Love RIVERS (1821-1843)





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James F. UPTON and Josephine Love THREEWITS




Husband James F. UPTON 4810

         Born: Jan 1840 - Georgia 4938
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     Marriage: 22 Jan 1863 - Randolph County, Georgia



Wife Josephine Love THREEWITS 4420

         Born: 24 Jan 1843 - South Carolina 4993
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         Died: 1889 - Jefferson County, Georgia
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       Father: Llewellin Williamson THREEWITS (Abt 1815-After 1850) 1564
       Mother: Josephine Love RIVERS (1821-1843)




Children
1 F Emma S. UPTON 4810

         Born: Abt 1864 - Georgia 4810
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       Spouse: T. Norman MULLING (      -Bef 1892)
         Marr: 7 Feb 1887
       Spouse: William OXFORD (      -      )
         Marr: 6 Jan 1892


2 M John UPTON 4810

         Born: Abt 1869 - Georgia 4810
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3 M Jordan UPTON 4809

         Born: Abt 1872 - Georgia 4809
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4 F Mami UPTON 4809

         Born: Abt 1874 - Georgia 4809
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5 F Blanch UPTON 4809

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia 4809
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6 F Lula UPTON 4808,4809

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia 4809
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       Spouse: KITCHENS (      -      ) 4808
         Marr: Abt 1905. (Divorced about 1909)


7 M Thatcher UPTON 4938

         Born: May 1883 - Jefferson County, Georgia 4938
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8 F Lizzie UPTON 4938

         Born: Mar 1886 - Jefferson County, Georgia 4938
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General Notes: Husband - James F. UPTON

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jefferson County, Bethany P O; Series: M593 Roll: 160 Page: 107: 235 252 UPTON James F. 26 M W Farmer 1500 700 GA; -- Josephine L. 24 F W Keeps house SC; -- Emma S. 6 F W GA; -- John 1 M W GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jefferson County, 76 Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 154 Page: 240: 141 143 UPTON James F. W M 38 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Josephine W F 34 Wife M SC SC SC; -- Emma W F 16 Dau S GA GA GA; -- John W M 10 Son S GA GA GA; -- Jordan W M 8 Son S GA GA GA; -- Mami W F 6 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Blanch W F 4 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Lula W F 3 Dau GA GA GA.

Josephine died in 1889.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jefferson County, 79 Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 207 Page: 68: 60 60 UPTON James F. Head W M Jan 1840 60 Wd GA GA GA Farmer; -- Lula Dau W F Nov 1881 18 S GA GA GA; -- Thatcher Son W M May 1883 17 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Lizzie Dau W F Mar 1886 14 S GA GA GA; MULLING Frank GrSon W M June 1888 11 S GA GA GA.
Next door, related to grandson?:
61 61 MULLING James E. Head W M Nov 1844 55 M 34 GA NC GA Farmer; -- Susie Wife W F June 1853 1 48 M 34 9 5 GA GA GA; -- William Son W M Aug 1875 24 S GA GA GA; (next page) MULLING Emma P. Dau W F Aug 1881 19 S GA GA GA; -- John(?) _. Son W M July 1887 12 S GA GA GA; BURLEY(?) Mary (Illegible) W F Sept 1827 72 S GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jefferson County, 76 Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 207 Page: 25: 133 133 UPTON Jordan W M Oct 1870 29 M 8 GA GA GA Farm laborer; and family. They appear to be living on the farm of Amos ALDREGE, 57, who may be his father-in-law.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jefferson County, 79 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 194 Page: 111: Line 18 UPTON J. Frank Head M W 70 Wd 45 GA GA GA Farmer General produce; -- Thatcher Son M W 25 S GA GA GA Farmer; KITCHENS Lula Dau F W 31 Div - 3 3 GA GA GA; -- Essie GrDau F W 4 S GA GA GA; -- Frank GrSon M W 3 S GA GA GA; -- (Illegible, ___ie) GrDau F W 1 S GA GA GA.

Providence Baptist Cemetery Inscriptions Jefferson County, GA
FRANK UPTON Father Died 1919 Age about 74 yrs.

Children of James Frank Upton and Josephine Love Threewits:
1. Emma Upton, b. Abt. 1864, d. in Glascock, Emanuel Co., GA.
m.(1) T. Norman Mulling Feb. 07, 1887
m. (2) William Oxford Jan. 06, 1892.
2. John Upton, b.Abt. 1869
3. Jordan Upton, b. Oct. 1870, m. Eliza ?????
4. Mamie Upton, b. Abt. 1874
5. Blanch Upton, b. Abt. 1876
6. Lula Upton, b. Nov. 1881, m. ???? Kitchens
7. Thatcher J. Upton, b. May 1883, d. April 24, 1949, m. Roxie ????
8. Lizzie Upton, b. March 1886
(From Dian Layman, 1/28/2008)


General Notes: Wife - Josephine Love THREEWITS

Joesephine Love THREEWITS, daughter of Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS and Josephine Love RIVERS, was born 24 January 1843. Four months later, her mother died. The 1850 and 1860 censuses of Randolph County, Georgia show that Josephine was raised by her aunt and uncle, James Crosskey RIVERS and Emma THREEWITS, the brother of her mother who married the sister of her father.

In 1863, Josephine married John F. UPTON.

Josephine died in Jefferson County, Georgia. She is buried in Providence Baptist Cemetery: "JOSEPHINE UPTON Mother Died 1889 - age about 40 yrs." (Cemetery Inscriptions Jefferson County, GA, from Dian Laymon, 1/28/2008)


Notes: Marriage

Josephine L. Threewitts married James F. Upton, Jan 22 1863.
(Randolph County Marriage Book 3, page 32, per Dian Layman, 1/28/2008)


General Notes: Child - Lula UPTON

Lula is age 3 in the 1880 census of Jefferson County, Georgia. The 1900 census lists her birth in Nov 1881, an apparent error in date.
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Lucy THREEWITS




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Wife Lucy THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1734
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       Father: John THREEWETS (Cir 1700-Bef 1749)
       Mother: Ann (Cir 1705-      )




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General Notes: Wife - Lucy THREEWITS

Lucy THREEWITS is named in the 1749 LW&T of her father, John THREEWETS of Surry County, Virginia: To daughter, Lucy THREWETS (sic), one Negro and 15 pounds, money.
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Wood TUCKER, Jr. and Martha THREEWITS




Husband Wood TUCKER, Jr. 118

         Born: 10 May 1751 - Prince George County, Virginia 117
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       Father: Wood TUCKER, Sr. (1726-1784)
       Mother: Milly T. HARPER (Abt 1727-Abt 1783)


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Wife Martha THREEWITS 2697

         Born: Cir 1763
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         Died: Bef 17 Mar 1825 117
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       Father: Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC (1730-Bef 1784) 116
       Mother: Jemima WILLIAMSON (1734-After 1771)




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1 M Richard TUCKER 2697

         Born: Between 1784 and 1790 117
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2 F Nancy TUCKER 2697

         Born: Bef 1790 117
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       Spouse: WATKINS (      -      ) 2697


3 F Sally TUCKER 2697

         Born: Bef 1790 117
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       Spouse: BEDSDEL (      -      ) 2697
         Marr: Bef 1817


4 F Martha J. TUCKER 2697

         Born: Bef 1790 4595
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         Died: Bef 3 Nov 1863 - Richland County, South Carolina 117,4594
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William JUMPER (      -Between 1825/1830) 2697


5 M John Robert TUCKER 2852,2853

         Born: 18 Jun 1768 - Richland District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Jan 1816 - Washington County, Georgia 301
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann REESE (1771-1846) 472,2852
         Marr: Bef 1792


6 M Joel Threewits TUCKER 2697

         Born: 1793 117
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         Died: 11 Mar 1861 - St. Landry Parish, Louisiana 117
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth PRESCOTT (Cir 1805-1851) 117
         Marr: Cir 1823


7 F Ann R. TUCKER

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       Spouse: Fnu WILLIAMS (      -      )



General Notes: Husband - Wood TUCKER, Jr.

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gonefishin&id=I42276 provides b. 1761 in Dinwiddie County, Virginia.
Wood TUCKER is named in the 1783 LW&T of his father, Wood TUCKER, Sr. of Richland County, South Carolina.
This LW&T abstract believed to be for Wood TUCKER, son of Wood TUCKER and Milley T. HARPER: Will Book G: "Page 47. Wood TUCKER. Will, October 9, 1817-February 20, 1818. Wit.: John THREEWITS, Jno. J. CHAPPELL. Ex.: Wife and son, Joel. Wife Martha (died by March 17, 1825). Sons: Joel, Richard. Dau.: Nancy, m. WATKINS; Salley, m. BEDSDEL (had daughter, Martha); Martha, m. JUMPER." (History of Richland County South Carolina, p. 265.) John Robert TUCKER, Wood's son, had died in 1816, before the will was written.



General Notes: Wife - Martha THREEWITS

Martha THREEWITS is a daughter of Capt, Joel THREEWITS.
"THREEWITS, Maj John - Late of Lexington Dist. Richland Eq. #38 Sister: Mrs. Martha TUCKER Children: Joel T. TUCKER Martha J. JUMPER Ann R. WILLIAMS.

"Martha Threewits was born ~1760-65 in Brunswick County, VA or Craven County (Richland County) SC. She married Wood Tucker, who was born 10 May 1751 in Prince George County, VA (the western section that became Dinwiddie County, VA in 1752). He was the son of Wood Tucker Sr. (b. 28 May 1726 in Prince George County, VA, d. 1784 in Richland County, SC) and Millie T. Harper, who had married on 27 January 1743/4. Millie survived her husband in 1784. Wood Tucker Sr. was the brother of Martha Tucker, who married John Williamson and had daughter Jemima, wife of Joel Threewits Sr. Martha Threewits Tucker died prior to 17 March 1825. Wood Tucker Jr. signed his Richland County will on 9 October 1817; it was proven on 20 January 1818. [Richland County Will Book G, p. 47.]" 117


General Notes: Child - Martha J. TUCKER

Martha J. TUCKER, born between 1790 and 1800, was a daughter of Wood TUCKER, Jr., and Martha THREEWITS. Joel Threewitz TUCKER was her brother. Martha is believed to have married William JUMPER.
On 5 August 1827, Martha JUMPER was named administrator of William JUMPER's estate. Joel T. TUCKER, Timothy REESE, and George MURPH were named to inventory William's property.

In the 1830 census, Martha was head of household with 3 daughters under 10, two under 5 years old.

1830 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lexington County, Lexington; Series: M19 Roll: 171 Page: 369:
Martha JUMPER [No males] || 2 1 0 0 1 ...
Reads: 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, and 1 female 30-40.
Her next door neighbor is Major John THREEWITS and wife.

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lexington County; Series: M704 Roll: 513 Page 119:
Martha JUMPER [No males] || 0 0 1 1 1 0 1...
Reads: 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 40-50.


General Notes: Child - John Robert TUCKER

COTTON TO KAOLIN A History of Washington Co. Ga. 1784-1989 states John Robert and Ann Reese TUCKER came to Washington County, Georgia from Richland District, South Carolina between 1805-1808 and settled on the Buffalo and Oconee watercourses.

ROBERT & ANN(IE) REESE TUCKER, Washington Co., GA: Husband John Robert TUCKER Born: 18 Jun 1768 Died: 1816 - Washington Co., GA. Buried: 1816 - Washington Co., GA. Married: Abt 1790 - Wife Anna REESE Born: 30 May 1771 - Richland Co., SC. Died: 29 May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Buried: May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Children 1 M William Henry Harrison TUCKER Born: 16 Mar 1811 - Washington Co., GA. Died: 1868 - San Augustine Co., TX Buried: 1868 - TX, San Augustine Co., San Augustine - Thomas Cemetery Spouse: Ann Elizabeth DIXON Marr: Abt 1832. (http://64.233.187.104/search?q=cache:lVglxy2vvTEJ:www.mysmithclan.com/f802.html+%22Robert+Tucker%22+%22Ann+REESE%22&hl=en) (SEE BELOW, THIS IS NOT THE ONLY CHILD)

MR. AND MRS. HARPER TUCKER...When very young, Miss BIVINS, who was a woman of fine mental capacity, and was considered somewhat of a beauty, married Mr. HARPER TUCKER. Mr. Tucker was the son of ROBERT and Annie REESE TUCKER, of WASHINGTON COUNTY. When only forty years of age, Mr. TUCKER died, leaving his wife and ten children...Joseph TUCKER, the youngest of the boys, joined the Confederate forces at the age of sixteen, and served until the close of the war. Mrs. TUCKER died in Sandersville, Georgia, at the mellow age of seventy-three, in the year 1878. (From: Part V HISTORY of BALDWIN COUNTY GEORGIA BY MRS. ANNA MARIA GREEN COOK ILLUSTRATED ANDERSON. S. C. Keys-Hearn Printing Co. -1925-
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/history/other/gms329historyo.txt)


General Notes: Child - Joel Threewits TUCKER

Joel TUCKER, son of Wood and Martha TUCKER, may have been named after Joel THREEWITS. The LW&T of Joel's father was witnessed by John THREEWITS, brother of Joel, and son a Joel THREEWITS.
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Williamson THREEWITS, RS-SC




Husband Williamson THREEWITS, RS-SC

         Born: Cir 1765 - Brunswick County, Virginia
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         Died: Bef 10 Sep 1784 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC (1730-Bef 1784) 116
       Mother: Jemima WILLIAMSON (1734-After 1771)





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General Notes: Husband - Williamson THREEWITS, RS-SC

Williamson THREEWITS was either killed or died while in Revolutionary War service. He served as a horseman at Turkey Creek and Congarees under Col. Thomas TAYLOR in 1780-81. He died before 10 Sep 1784 when his brother John, acting as Administrator, presented a bill against the State for Williamson's service and signed the affidavit and receipt.

"Williamson Threewits was born ~1755-60 in Brunswick County, VA. He was a horseman in the regiment of Col. Thomas Taylor from 15 December 1780 to 25 June 1781. He did not survive the war; his account for militia services was submitted in 1784 by his brother Maj. John Threewits. A Lexington County tradition states that a Wilkie Threewits was shot by Tories while on a scouting mission near Beaver Creek (in current Calhoun County, SC), was able to swim the Congaree River back to the Richland County side, but died of his wounds at Hay's Mill. The home of Capt. Joel Threewits Sr., on Hay's Mill Creek, was adjacent to the mill." (Harriet Imrey, Palmetto Roots, http://www.palmettoroots.org/Family_Threewits.html) 4367
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George THRIFT




Husband George THRIFT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert THRIFT (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth HURST (Abt 1750-Bef 1849)





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General Notes: Husband - George THRIFT

George THRIFT is named as the "Admr" of Robert THRIFT " in the 1849 settlement of the estate of his Uncle William HURST, and as a son of Elizabeth THRIFT, daughter of John HURST. From this, it is likely that Robert was George's father and husband of Elizabeth HURST.

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Phillip THURMOND




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1 F Parthenia THURMOND

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       Spouse: Cadwallader RAINES (Cir 1805-Bef 1856)



General Notes: Child - Parthenia THURMOND

"There is a file on this house at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. I unearthed some interesting data recently at the Courthouse on the Raines family. Mr. Raines died in early 1856. The petition to probate his will is dated February 4, 1856. Not only was he a very wealthy landowner, a man of considerable property, but his wife, Parthenia Thurmond Raines, was the daughter of Phillip Thurmond, a prominent landowner and a man of position in the State, so she was wealthy in her own right as well as inheritingher husband's property. This was early 1856 and on November 18, 1856, I found the marriage license for Parthenia Raines to Mr. Samuel P. Corbin and at the same time a rather voluminous marriage contract between the two, and the third party, Mr. Henry J. Lamar who was a nephew of Parthenia Thurmond Raines, his mother being her sister. The document, as I said, is very lengthy and sets forth that all of Parthenia Raines' property consisting of-and then it goes into great detail to describe, not only the lands and the real property (the home), but furniture and stables and carriages and wagons, and then I would think about fifty or sixty slaves, each one of the slaves is described in some way, naming them and giving usually the age of each one of them. The document sets forth that Mr. Corbin is to have no part of anything belonging to Parthenia Raines; the described property shall remain in her name, and no part of the property would be used to settle any debts and so forth of Mr. Corbin. Henry J. Lamar is named as the trustee to see that this document is properly carried out and it also goes on to say that at the death of Parthenia Raines that the entire estate would go to children of Parthenia Raines' brothers and sisters. In an addition to the marriage contract, Parthenia Raines states that if the said Samuel P. Corbin dies within twelve months from this date that she relinquishes all claims that she may have in and to the estate of Samuel P. Corbin, as his heir except such portion as he may choose to leave her by his will and testament. Only two years later in November 1858, Mr. Corbin is seeking a divorce from his wife and then much later Parthenia was declared legally insane by her nephew. Henry J. Lamar and other members of her family and finally the final divorcement precedings were entered on the record. Parthenia died in 1868, the end of a very tragic life." (http://www.rosehillcemetery.org/rambles/049.htm)

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Deborah Marie THURSTON




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Wife Deborah Marie THURSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald K. THURSTON
       Mother: Ann Shaw BLAKENEY (1931-1993)




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Erika THURSTON




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       Father: Stephen THURSTON
       Mother: Lynn




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Jason THURSTON




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       Father: Michael THURSTON
       Mother: Gloria





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John THWEATT




Husband John THWEATT 531

         Born: 22 Aug 1726
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       Father: John THWEATT (      -Between 1753/1759) 531,3263
       Mother: Judith PETERSON (      -Between 1770/1773) 531,3263





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John THWEATT




Husband John THWEATT 531

         Born: 21 Mar 1721
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       Father: John THWEATT (      -Between 1753/1759) 531,3263
       Mother: Judith PETERSON (      -Between 1770/1773) 531,3263





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John Peterson THWEATT




Husband John Peterson THWEATT 1328

         Born: Abt 1777 1328
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       Father: Peterson THWEATT (Abt 1758-Between 1779/1779) 531,1328
       Mother: Rebecca PETERSON (      -      ) 1328





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General Notes: Husband - John Peterson THWEATT

John Peterson THWEATT and his father, Peterson THWEATT were in Hancock County, Georgia before 19 October 1799. 4970

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Peterson THWEATT




Husband Peterson THWEATT 1328

         Born: Abt 1779
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         Died: 10 Aug 1842 1328
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       Father: Peterson THWEATT (Abt 1758-Between 1779/1779) 531,1328
       Mother: Rebecca PETERSON (      -      ) 1328





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