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Descendants of John W Thompson, Sr

Generation No. 1
1. CAPT. JOHN W2 THOMPSON, SR (THOMPSON1) was born 1752 in Augusta Co., VA,, and died 17 Jan 1818 in Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory. He married (1) MARY JEFFERS Abt. 1774, daughter of NATHANIEL JEFFERIES and SARAH STEEN. She was born Abt. 1758 in Camden, Kershaw Co, South Carolina, and died 09 Feb 1815 in Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory. He married (2) SARAH SPEAR Abt. 1816.
Notes for CAPT. JOHN W THOMPSON, SR:

http://www.thompsonfamilies.org/pats.html

John Washington Thompson Sr. b. 1752; d. 1818, bur. Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau, MO.; m. Mary Jefferies - Sandra Bailey [grandmastoy1 AT yahoo.com]
* Nero Morgon Thompson, b. 1794 SC; d. 1866 Howard Co., MO; m. Elizabeth Williams

o William Short Thompson, b. 1820 Ohio; d. 1895, Howard Co., MO; m. Mary Jefferies

+ Nancy Ann Thompson, b. 1845 Platte, Co. MO; d. 1911 Boone Co., MO; m. Thomas Granville Atkins

# Amanda Ella Atkins, b. 1869; d. 1934; m. Isaac W. Skinner


http://www.kimbanet.com/~csdeans/patrickh.htm

Patrick Henry Chapter

Martinsville, Virginia

established 1905

2-090 VA - District VII

Thompson, John, Patriot, VA


I have our John Thompson, Sr. as born in North Carolina.

I have his dad, William b. November 19, 1722 in Kirkaldy, County Fife, Scotland (with several source: Rootsweb "Huguenots of SC and related families" Elizabeth DuBois Russo, 1999 and Carolyn Gibbons,.and Baptisms for the dead, 1884-1943; heir indexes, 1884-1955 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Logan Temple) and d. 1815 in Augusta County, Virginia (sources: Rootsweb "Huguenots of SC and related families" Elizabeth DuBois Russo, 1999 and Carolyn Gibbons) Augusta County, Virginia bordered North Carolina at this time.

Check out this site:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vaaugust/augusta2.html


Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 01:40:02 -0700 (PDT)

From: Mary Lentz


Mary Lentz

John is actually the brother to William.

This connection came from a published book that was posted on Rootsweb: "Huguenots of SC and related families" by Elizabeth DuBois Russo, 1999 I wish I had a copy of it to go back and check, but haven't checked into obtaining it yet.

Mary Jeanne


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"J Thompson"

I am related to the Sheppard's through my grandfather on my mother's side of the family, prior to her marriage to my Dad, and through Hannah Adeline who married Harrison Shelby Thompson, so I have that side of the family researched too. I have quite a lot of Sheppard information recorded, some of which was from my mother.

One of the cousins asked it the name Harrison was a family name? It was not a family name, however in an article written by Mr. Howard S. Kneedler of Philadelphia, who is a Thomson descendant he wrote: "John Thompson accompanied Col. George Morgan and Gen. Benjamin Harrison who led a group of settlers to New Madrid, Mo. about 1787-1789 to fight the Indians. Also that if he did evidently then went over to Kentucky and took up land, meanwhile suing the U.S. Court to have Spanish grants honored for this service in MO. However, he lost his suit. It is believed that this is why the names of Harrison and Morgan was used by John Thompson as names of his children. In 1814 Capt. John Thompson, sometimes referred to as John W. Thomson, came from St. Louis with a company of soldiers in 1814 and fought against the Indians. History indicated that this was the John Thompson who settled in MO The General Services data shows this man came and enlisted as a Capt. in the volunteer company of Cavalry, 18 August 1814 for two months service. His three sons served under him, James, John Jr. and Nero Morgan Thompson. John Thompson gave his residence as St. Louis. He could have gone up to St. Louis for a year or so from Kentucky. If he was a Virginia Thompson he had a lot of relatives in St. Louis & they helped to build the town. " Note from Jack Thompson..........The fact that the three sons mentioned as fighting Indians with Capt. John Thompson were the same names as the Cape County sons makes me believe that it had to be the same John Thompson who settled there about 1807, and not the John Thompson who was Sheriff in St. Louis that Betty Darnell referred to "Disproved". I personally sign my own name as Jack Thompson, Jack W. Thompson and on legal documents have used Jack William Thompson and Jack W. Thompson. Guess it all has to do with how lazy I am at the time:-). I would think that our John Thompson, John Washington Thompson, or John W. Thompson Sr. might have also had that occur.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~mohoward/soldiers.html

Confederate Soldiers, Officers, and Privates from Howard County

Source: History of Howard and Cooper Counties, 1883, pp. 274-278.

Privates


THOMPSON, Asa

THOMPSON, John

THOMPSON, Nero

http://www.umsystem.edu/whmc/invent/3188index.html

United Daughters of the Confederacy, Missouri Division, Records, n.d. (C3188)

# Thompson, Asa P.

# Thompson, George W.

# Thompson, Gideon W.

# Thompson, Gilbert Jefferson

# Thompson, Isaac Anderson

# Thompson, James

# Thompson, James Turner Vance (1797-1872)

# Thompson, Jesse Edward

# Thompson, John

# Thompson, Joseph A.

# Thompson, Nero

# Thompson, Robert

# Thompson, Samuel

# Thompson, Walter Scott (1844-1929)

http://www.missouridivision-scv.org/mounits/9mo-infantry.htm

Thompson Nero MO 9th Inf. Co.B

Thompson J.R. MO 9th Inf. Co.B

Thompson Leonard J. MO 9th Inf. Co.I

Thompson Robert MO 9th Inf. Co.I

Thompson James N. MO 9th Inf. Co.I 2nd Lt.
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 13:03:06 -0500

X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2869

Mary Darnell, now I agree with your assessment of facts indicating the term "disproven" when it relates to Capt. John Washington Thompson, alis John Washington Thompson, alis John W. Thompson, alis John Thompson Sr. The St. Louis Militia versus Militia in Cape County and the fact that only two sons James and Nero who fought in that Cape County Millitia did it for me.
From: betty darnell

To: J Thompson

Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2006 8:28 PM

Subject: Re: Family

Missouri Gazette, St. Louis, Oct 25, 1820. Died on Wednesday evening last, John W. Thompson, Esquire, formerly Sheriff of this county. (I think I found that in one of the two books of Death Records from Missouri Newspapers - can check that at the KY History Center at Frankfort.)

The initial reference to John Washington Thompson was from A History of Missouri, Louis Houck, 1908, Vol. III, pg 105, note 13. (List of officers in the militia, 1814). First Regiment, county of St. Louis, John Washington Thompson, Adjutant. Fourth Regiment, county of Cape Girardeau, included Samuel Dinn [Dunn], paymaster (He married Margaret Thompson daughter of our Capt. John Thompson Sr.). Captain of 1st Battalion, 4th Regiment: Stephen Byrd; Captain of 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment: Abraham Dougherty.

History of Southeast Missouri, Goodspeed, 1888, pg 489-490. In the summer of 1814 Gen.Henry Dodge of Ste. Genevieve got together a force of about 300 mounted infantry, consisting of Capt. John Thompson's company from St. Louis, Capt. Abraham Daugherty's company from Cape Girardeau, and others.... [Capt. Daugherty's] company included James Thompson, sergeant, and Nero Thompson, corporal.

1814 Missouri Territorial Tax, Cape Girardeau County. Byrd Township: Samuel G. Dunn, 150 acres, Whitewater [river], concession, 7 slaves; John Thompson Jr., 117 acres, Hand's Creek, claim confirmed, 1 slave. Cape Girardeau Township: James Thompson, no land, 4 slaves; John Thompson Sr., no land, 8 slaves.

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I need to correct an error in my last message - Raymond West was not killed by poisoned Tylenol, but was murdered in 1978 by James W. Lewis, who gained infamy as the Tylenol extortionist in 1982. The murder case was dismissed because Lewis hadn't been read his Miranda rights.



Raymond West had done extensive research, had recorded the old timers' stories on tape and had shot a lot of 16mm movie film of them in the 1950s. Most of his work was destroyed in a 1977 flood. After he was killed, the surviving papers were set out for the trash collection.

Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

Military: Revolutionary War
http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/SRoots/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm

Husband: John THOMPSON, Sr.

Birth: 1752, said to be of Augusta Co., VA, or Cecil Co., MD

Death: 17 Jan 1818, Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory [now MO]

Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

Military: Revolutionary War

Father: Matthew THOMPSON or William THOMPSON

- Marriage-1:

Wife-1: Mary JEFFERS/JEFFRIES/JEFFERIES

Birth: 1756/7

Death: 9 Feb 1815, Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory [now MO]

Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

- Marriage-2: 1816

Wife-2: Sarah __?__

Birth: bef. 1800

Other spouse: m1. Lt. Edward A. SPEAR, Jr. (killed in the Battle of Sink Hole, Lincoln Co., MO, 24 May 1815)


http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/FGS/T/ThompsonJohn-MaryJeffers-Sarah_.shtml

A. Said to be brothers of Charles THOMSON, Secretary of the Continental Congress, but there is no evidence supporting this allegation.


B. John Thompson shows up on the tax rolls of Cape Girardeau Dist., Missouri Territory, by 1814 (Darnell, 1999); and some have taken this to mean he moved to Missouri ca. 1813/14. However, his land in Christian Co., KY, was sold in 1808 and his daughter, Sarah, was married in Cape Girardeau Co. in 1809, which lead me to believe they left KY for MO in 1808. This earlier date also clears up a problem in the 1810 Census of Christian Co., KY, because there are too few Johns on the census schedule to account for all the Johns thought to be living in the county, based on other evidence. The only member of this family who appears to still be in Christian Co. for the 1810 Census is Capt. John's daughter, Polly, and her husband Uriah WILLIAMS.

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Capt. John Thompson is the only Thompson in Christian Co. owning slaves before 1806, so along with all the other concurrences in the data, I'm confident that these tax records are of just one individual: our subject, Capt. John Thompson — and his two eldest sons.

Only Capt. John's two eldest sons, John Jr. and James, were of age when he was living in Christian Co., KY. These two unmarried sons are taxed as living with their father in the 1797, 1799, 1800, and 1802 Censuses. But note the increase, then the apparent loss, of land-holdings by Capt. John between 1802 and 1803, at the same time that the number of adult males in the household rises, from 1801 to 1802, then drops back down from 1802 to 1803. What is happening is that Capt. John owns the 160/165 acre parcel of 2nd rate land and the 100 acre parcel of 3rd rate land on the Pond River, while son, James, owns the 150 and 100 acre parcels of 2nd rate land on the Pond River, and son, John Jr., owns the 80 acre parcel in Henderson Co. (See the sons' family group sheets for more details on their tax records.) It is more than likely that they were all living together (the sons were not yet married), and for whatever reason, the tax collector chose to treat them as one household in some years and as multiple households in other years.


http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm

The Mormon Church has John Washington Thomson, wife Mary Jeffers
http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/EveryNameIndex-just-Thompson.htm

More Thompson names, Listed at the above site.


http://www.showme.net/CapeCounty/archive/1803_Census.htm

1803 Inhabitants in Cape Girardeau County


The following names were heads of households in the Cape Girardeau District of the Louisiana Territory in 1803 at the time of the Louisiana Purchase by the United States from France. If your family name appears here, perhaps you are a descendant of these hardy frontier families that settled the area. They undoubtedly experienced the uneasy feeling of unconfirmed Spanish Land grants that had to be proved with great difficulty to the United States Land Office. They certainly knew about the adventurers heading west—the Corps of Discovery—better known as the Lewis and Clark Expedition. They both began in 1803. Lewis and Clark and their crew stopped to visit Louis Lorimier at Lorimier’s house/trading post called the Red House on November 23, 1803 on their way to their winter camp on the Illinois side of the river at Camp DuBois opposite St. Louis. They spent 24 hours here and Meriwether Lewis wrote 4 pages in his diary about Cape Jerado, Louis Lorimier, the events that transpired here and Lorimier’s lovely daughter. On November 23, 2003 the District of Cape Girardeau will commemorate the visit of Lewis and Clark with a reenactment of the day according to the journal entries. If you are a descendant of the people in the district or a descendant of any member of the expedition Corps of Discovery, please join us in a costume of the 1803 period and represent your ancestor. If you are not a descendant, but want to participate, please choose someone who would have been here—African Americans, Native Americans—Shawnee, Delaware, Osage tribes were here, Swiss German, French, English, Irish, and tough American frontiersmen from Kentucky (a la Daniel Boone).

Thompson, Elizabeth

Thompson, Jeremiah

Thomson (Thompson, Tomson), John

Thomson (Thompson, Tomson), Joseph

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http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocapegi/cg98-4.htm

DATE: Wed May 19 10:52:52 1999

NAME: Clarence Thompson

EMAIL: thompson@karnesec.net

SURNAMES: THOMPSON

QRYTEXT: THOMPSON, John Washington, b. abt 1751, d. Jan 1818, Cape Girardeau Co., MO, m. JEFFERS, Mary.

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http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2249/origins.html

The adoption of second names or surnames in Europe took place from the 11th Century onwards. Surnames generally fall into four main categories. Occupational names describe the subject's profession. Locational names describe the subject's dwelling or place of origin. Descriptive names distinguish the subject by some physical characteristic or by a mannerism. Patronyms are the adoption of the subject's father's first name as a surname.
The surname of Thompson is a Patronym. It originates from son of Thomas, shortened to Tom. The following is a full list of variations found so far during the One Name Study:
Tampson, Tampsonne, Tampston, Tamsen, Tamsin, Tamsom, Tamson, Tamsone, Tamsson, Tamssone, Tamsyn, Tempson, Thampson, Thamson, Thomasine, Thomason, Thomasson, Thomazin, Thommssonn, Thomison, Thompson, Thompsone, Thompsonn, Thompsonne, Thomsine, Thomson, Thomsone, Thomsonn, Thomsonne, Thomston, Thomzen, Tomeson, Tomisend, Tompeson, Tompsin, Tompson, Tompsonn, Tompsonne, Tomsen, Tomsin, Tomson, Tomsone, Tomsonn, Tomsonne, Tomsoun, Tomsson, Tomssone, Tumsome.
The distinction between the various spellings may have had little significance until the 19th and 20th centuries and therefore the families may well be heavily interconnected. Many of the variations, such as Tamson, Tamsyn, Thomzen and Tumsome, appear to be United Kingdom West Country variations. It is not uncommon to find the same person spelt in more than one way in the same parish records.
There is a view that Thomson is more generally Scottish and Thompson English or Irish but this may only be evidenced by the numbers of the individual spellings to be found regionally during the last 100 years.
It is believed that many Thompsons have their origins in Scotland.
One such origin could be from MacTamhais, son of Tammy, stemming from Clan MacTamhais who, when changed from Gaelic to English became MacTavish. After the battle of Culloden in 1746, the clearances took place and Highland clansmen left the Highlands in great numbers to keep their lives, to get employment etc. and as a result, many MacTavishes used the MacTamhais or Thom(p)son variation..
Another origin could be from MacThomas (Gaelic MacThomaidh) which stemmed from Clan Chattan (15th century). By the late 17th century, the MacThomas clan was drifting apart, some going south into the Tay valley changing their name to Thomson or into Angus where they became Thomas, Thom or Thoms.
It is likely, however, that many Thompsons will have their origins outside Scotland.
(My thanks to the Clans MacTavish and MacThomas for some of the above information)
http://www.genforum.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?William,Short,Thompson::thompson::14081.html

Surname Beginnings: THOMPSON


Thompson: English and Scottish Patronymic name from Thomas (twin)which was a popular name in the Middle Ages (and still is). The name Thomas comes from an Aramaic term for "twin." It was one of the really popular given names at a very early time, which led to people who bore the name achieving some renown, leading to an increased popularity. The firs letter of the name was originally the Greek "theta" which accounts for the TH spelling -- the pronunciation of which was lost due to the French influence in the earliest stages of the name. As with many of the early popular given names, they became the subject of variations due to the familiarity or fondness - pet names, if you will - in the same fashion that William Clinton was called Bill, or William Mays was called Willie. Several of the pet forms of Thomas (there are loads of them, like Tom, Tommy, etc.) did not carry on as given names to modern times, and involved the letter -p, which was generally added as a pronunciation aid to make a pet form. For example, from Thomas came the pet form Thompkin, similar to Thumbkin being a "little thumb" (a nursery rhyme). Thomkin was "little Tom" and when someone described his son, they might say William - Thompkin's son. They also contracted names or dropped the diminutive (or pet) form, which would cause Thompkin as an adult to be known as Thom or Thomp, for short. His son might be described as William - Thomp's son. And that is what Thompson meant -son of the man known as Thom, Thomp, Thompkin, or other diminutive forms of Thomas.

Source: Broken Arrow Publishing


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homson Name Origins-MacTavish (Gaelic)

Posted by: Jim Thompson, Australia.

Date: January 05, 2000 at 01:18:54

I thought you all might be interested in these web sites at the bottom of the page on the Clan MacTavish/Thom(p)son web site. In particular, the Discussion Board. There is a bloke there by the name Patrick Thompson who has some very sound information all over this board worth noting among others. He is only one of a few among many who disputes history we even find in history books in regard to the Thompson name. View the web site discussions and see why. Contact the Chief of Clan MacTavish, Dugald MacTavish, at this web site as he will help you greatly on any quest to know your Thompson name origins.Thompson's are part of the second largest Clan in Scotland after our cousins Clan Campbell. We are not a sept to Clan Campbell. For any questions contact them at the Clan MacTavish Web Site.

MacThamhais (Original Gaelic) or MacTavish (Slightly Anglicised- Turned into English) are in fact Thompson, Thomson, Thomas, Todd and many other variants. "Mac" means "son of". "Tavish" means "Thomas". Hence Thomas's son - Thompson. For so much more see the URL's at the bottom of this page. Cheers from Jim Thompson, Down Under,Australia.


Original Family Clan and Tartan of Thompson

From: Robert Parks Thompson (cruach mor@aol.com)

Date: Tuesday, May 18, 1999 02:01 AM

(This was found at www.electricscotland.com which is about Scottish Clans. This particular extract was a reply message at the Thompson Message Board from Robert Parks Thompson to another Thompson who wanted to know about the Thompson name origin).


This is a long, complicated story to explain.

Thompson, Thomas, Thomason, Thomson, Thomassin, Thomasone, Thoms, Thomersine are all anglicized (changed into English) stem names of the root name:MacTamhais, MacThamais, MacTamaidh meaning the Son of Thomas. So we all go back to Clan MacTavish. This is why many of you cannot trace your ancestry back past the late 1700's. There is no legal or lawful consideration in Scotland for whom may "claim" any name as its own sept or allied family. The following Clans "wishfully" claim some of the Clan MacTavish/Thom(p)son as septs: Clan Campbell, Clan Chattan, Clan Fraser, Clan Stewart of Appin, and Clan Urquhart. The MacTavish appear on record in 1355 as having lands and estates in Argyll under their Chief Duncan M'Thamais, who appears as a Baron of Knapdale. Their claims to land in Argyll date to the 10th century wherein they descended from Taus Coir who was the the first born son of the union of Guillespuig Au'Duibhne and the daughter of Sween the Red, Lord of Sween and Knapdale, between 1000 to 1150. Taues was the first male child in Scotland to bear the equivalent gaelic surname, meaning Thomas. MacTavishes are one of the earliest Clans to stem from the ancient Scots who founded the Kingdom Dalriada. Harper-Collins, London, Publishers and Map Makers, by appointment to Their Majesties, King Edward VIII and King George VI of the United Kingdom, and Emperors of India, place the MacTavish as one of the most ancient of the Highland Clans.

Harper-Collins mapping concern was sold to Bartholomew Map Company in 1978, and by appointment Bartholomew now serves as map maker to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
It is believed that certain Clans or families within the Clan Chattan Confederation: Clan MacThomas and Clan MacComas have their roots in Clan MacTavish around 1230's and thusly related by blood to the MacTavish. This is evidenced in the similarity between the MacTavish and some Clan Chattan tartans. This claim is disputed by some, but is likened to be historically accurate, as evidenced also by records of the Commons and the Lord Lyon Court. Harper and Collins Company's research into the MacTavish found that other Clans have claimed the MacTavish surnames as their septs since more modern times (1630-1880), and as such have no legitimate claims to those names. Such wishful claims are deemed as having little or no merit. The Clan Tavish originated in Knapdale, Argyll, Scotland, and spread all over Scotland including 1/2 the southern part of Scotland and down into the northern counties of England. This how the Thompsons, Thoms, and Thomases got into England. The Mactavishes were Jacobites and thus fought on the side of Bonnie Prince Charlie against the Crown at the Battle of Culloden. In the aftermath of Culloden it was not healthy to be from a Highland Clan so many MacTavishes changed their names to Thomson or Thompson. I hope this answers some of your questions.

Clan MacTavish http://www.mactavish.org/ (Official Web Site)

Discussion on MacTavish http://www.discribe.ca/cgi-bin/net.Thread.pl/message/4/1/52

Clan MacTavish http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/m/mactavi2.html

Re: WILLIAM THOMSON, 1798, Sullivan, NH

Posted by: Dave Thompson

Date: December 16, 1999 at

16:02:38


In Reply to: WILLIAM THOMSON, 1798, Sullivan, NH by

Robert Thompson

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http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/Misc/Query6601-CaptJohnThompson-TFM.htm

Query RE: Capt. John THOMPSON (1752-1818)

From Thompson Family Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 16, Jan 1966, p. 29. Archives of the THOMPSON-L mailing list (online at Root$Web.com, Inc.).


[Edited slightly for improved readability.]

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http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm

More INFO


Cape Girardeau THOMPSONS

Posted by: Janice Mauldin Castleman

Date: September 17, 2000 at 13:53:12

In Reply to: Re: THOMPSON Trademark--China dinnerware by Mary Lou Rutherford

of 15901
Hello,
I am cleaning out old correspondence and found a FGS from Betty R. Darnell of Mt. Washington, KY dated 1991. I am not connected to these THOMPSON people, so before I throw this old sheet in the trash, I thought I'd see if anyone was researching this line and post what she sent to me:
Capt. John THOMPSON, Sr. b. c1751? m. c1774? d. Jan 1818 Cape Girardeau Dist., MO, buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, MO. Wife: (2) Mary JEFFERS b. c1756? d. 09 Feb 1815 Cape Gir., MO, buried same as above.
CHILDREN:
1. John Jr. b. c1770/80 KY or SC m. 18 May 1805 in Christian Co., KY to Jane Goddin STRONG. He d. Sep 1833 Cape Gir., MO.

2. James b. 09 Oct 1776 96th Dist., SC m. 22 Oct 1807 in Christian Co., KY to Frances Johnson STRONG. He d. 10 Mar 1852 Cape Gir. Co., MO.

3. Margaret "Peggy" b. c1811/19 m. Samuel G. DUNN

4. Sarah "Sally" A. b. 08 Jun 1789 KY m. 13 Nov 1809 in Cape Gir. Co., MO to John Rogers CLARK. She d. 04 Oct 1835

5. Mary "Polly" b. c1790? KY m. 24 Dec 1807 in Christian Co., KY to Uriah WILLIAMS

6. Narcissa m. James ELLIS

7. Nero Morgan b. 05 Oct 1794 m. 1817 to Sarah Elizabeth WILLIAMS. He d. 22 Sep 1866

8. Elizabeth "Betsy" b. c1799? KY m. 23 May 1824 in Jackson, Cape Gir Co., MO to Berry A. WILSON. She d. 23 Oct 1886 in Louisana.

9. Elvira "Caroline" b. c1816 MO m. by Jan 1835 to Samuel Thomas McGEE.
I cannot help any further with this line.
http://www.showme.net/CapeCounty/archive/1803_Census.htm

1803 Inhabitants in Cape Girardeau County


The following names were heads of households in the Cape Girardeau District of the Louisiana Territory in 1803 at the time of the Louisiana Purchase by the United States from France. If your family name appears here, perhaps you are a descendant of these hardy frontier families that settled the area. They undoubtedly experienced the uneasy feeling of unconfirmed Spanish Land grants that had to be proved with great difficulty to the United States Land Office. They certainly knew about the adventurers heading west—the Corps of Discovery—better known as the Lewis and Clark Expedition. They both began in 1803. Lewis and Clark and their crew stopped to visit Louis Lorimier at Lorimier’s house/trading post called the Red House on November 23, 1803 on their way to their winter camp on the Illinois side of the river at Camp DuBois opposite St. Louis. They spent 24 hours here and Meriwether Lewis wrote 4 pages in his diary about Cape Jerado, Louis Lorimier, the events that transpired here and Lorimier’s lovely daughter. On November 23, 2003 the District of Cape Girardeau will commemorate the visit of Lewis and Clark with a reenactment of the day according to the journal entries. If you are a descendant of the people in the district or a descendant of any member of the expedition Corps of Discovery, please join us in a costume of the 1803 period and represent your ancestor. If you are not a descendant, but want to participate, please choose someone who would have been here—African Americans, Native Americans—Shawnee, Delaware, Osage tribes were here, Swiss German, French, English, Irish, and tough American frontiersmen from Kentucky (a la Daniel Boone

Thompson, Elizabeth

Thompson, Jeremiah

Thomson (Thompson, Tomson), John

Thomson (Thompson, Tomson), Joseph

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=michael9796&id=I926

Entries: 1822 Updated: Fri Feb 22 16:21:02 2002 Contact: Michael Holmes

ID: I926

Name: John Thomson 1

Sex: M


Note: 2possibly lived 1750-1818 and moved to Cape Girardeau, MO.

Change Date: 7 JUL 2001


Father: William Thomson b: 1722 in Maghera, Londonderry, Ireland

Mother: Martha


Sources:

Type: Historical Society

Text: Exhibits from Augusta County, VA

Text: Data collected from Howard S. Kneedler of Philadelphia, a Thomson

Text: decendant. Mr. Kneedler's grandfather was George Earle.

According to Betty R Darnell

Mt. Washington, Ky, 1999
Here is some info she has corrected, from a book "Some Descendants of John Washington Thompson in Southeast Missouri"
1. The John Washington Thompson in St. Louis was not our John. John Washington Thompson was later sheriff in St. Louis and died there in 1822,
2. Our John Thompson (Sr)'s son 's name was John (Jr.) not Harrison John. Some of the estate records for John Sr. and John Jr. are mixed together at the Cape Girardeau County courthouse, the records cited by the Masseys as "Harrison J" in John Sr's estate were actually for Harrison S. (son of John Jr.) in John Jr's estate.
3. Margaret, daughter of John Sr. did not marry a Mr. Martin before her marriage to Samuel G. Dunn. Samuel G. Dunn had married, first, in 1808 to margaret jane martin, who died in 1811 and 1817 (no record of the marriage has been found)
4. Elizabeth, daughter of John Sr. married Berry A Wilson in 1824 and had no children, they moved to Louisiana about 1829. Berry A Wilson is not the same as the Thomas Wilson who remained in Cape Girardeau County and had several children.
Descendants of Cyrus Burton Thompson, grandson of John Thompson Sr., have the family traditon that the Thompsons were "Black Dutch of Holland". The term "Black Dutch" has received some notice in the genealogical community, but the meaning of the term is not certain. The most prevalent theory see ms to be that the "Black Dutch" wer Germans, principally from the Rhineland Palatinate, of dark complexion, black hair, and short stature, who came to Pennsylvania or Virginia in the late 1700's and migrated to East Tennessee.
Betty does not think there is a connection to Charles Thomson, secretary of the Continental Congress. She does not think there has been enough research as of her writing in 1999.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Nero::thompson::13248.html


Thompson, John (Capt.)

Posted by: Mary C. Rhoads

Date: May 20, 2001 at 19:46:41

Nero Morgan Thompson's father was Capt. John Thompson who was married to Mary Jeffers. Nmo other information is available on them. Nero was born in SC and died in Howard Co., MO. Sometime during this time period the Capt. may have moved from SC to MO. Any information on eithe family would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Mary

rrrhoads@gcnetmail.net
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/MOHOWARD/2002-08/1029571036

From: "Carolyn Gibbons"

Subject: Re: [MOHOWARD-L] NERO MORGAN THOMPSON research - Wish List

Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2002 03:57:16 -0400

References: <<005601c24571$8405f880$3851f30c@attbi.com>>

I am looking at Betty Darnell's book "John Thompson of Christian County, Kentucky and Cape Girardeau county, Missouri, and his Descendants". It places John Thompson (father of Nero Morgan Thompson in Cape Girardeau Co where he died "17 Jan 1818" in Jackson, Missouri Territory and was buried in the John Thompson cemetery with his first wife Mary Jeffers. His probat record is at Cape Girardeau Co Will Book A, pages 85-87. His will, dated 17 January 1818.....This will was witnessed by James Williams and William Williams, and proven in court on 28 january 1818." I have seen some errors in this reference out part of the Thompson line, probably because she did

not have access to some of the Howard Co records.
She (Betty) also says that "family information" says Nero married in 1817. It also states that he moved to Howard Co in 1816. I do not see Nero on the list of taxpayers dated 13 Sep 1817, although Coledon Williams and Uriah Williams were. I have the date of 3 Sep 1818 as the marriage date, but again no corroboration. That was sent to me perhaps 20 years ago by Mrs Ridgeway.
Betty Darnell goes on to say that Mary Jeffers Thompson, wife of John Thompson died 9 Feb 1815 and was buried in the cemetery on the family farm near Egypt Mills in Cape Girardeau County.
Betty cites that Nero purchased land near Fayette from Hickerson and Rebecca Burnham on 15 apr 1824 Deed Book A page 120.

http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/SRoots/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm

John Thompson shows up on the tax rolls of Cape Girardeau Dist., Missouri Territory, by 1814 (Darnell, 1999); and some have taken this to mean he moved to Missouri ca. 1813/14. However, his land in Christian Co., KY, was sold in 1808 and his daughter, Sarah, was married in Cape Girardeau Co. in 1809, which lead me to believe they left KY for MO in 1808. This earlier date also clears up a problem in the 1810 Census of Christian Co., KY, because there are too few Johns on the census schedule to account for all the Johns thought to be living in the county, based on other evidence. The only member of this family who appears to still be in Christian Co. for the 1810 Census is Capt. John's daughter, Polly, and her husband Uriah Williams.
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. Lon Arneld Bostick, Sr. & James Taylor Killebrew. 1985. County Court Order Book "A" for Christian County, Kentucky for the Years 21 March 1797 - 29 August 1805... Christian County Genealogical Society (1101 Bethel St., Hopkinsville, KY 42240). First column is the page number in Bostick & Killebrew; second column is the page number in Court Order Book A. p. p. Date Motions

41 23 20 May 1800 On motion of John Thompson ordered that John Roberts, Robt. Cravens, John Williams, John Cordry, Nicholas Pyle, Ab__?__ Stuart, James Thompson, Jr., and John Thompson, Sr., be appointed to view and mark a road beginning at the County line on a direction from Port Royal to the Hyland Lick in Henderson County the nearest and best way until they come to Henderson County line and make report hereof to our next Court.

From 1798 to 1806, Henderson Co. was adjacent to northern Christian Co. John, son of John Sr., had land in Henderson Co., so it's no surprise that he should be proposing a road in the district.


5. Betty Rolwing Darnell. 1999. John Thompson of Christian County, Kentucky, and Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, and His Descendants. Self-published (available from the author at 204 Hartford Drive, Mt. Washington, KY 40047; 502-538-8743).
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/THOMPSON/1999-02/0920221328

From: Toby Kendrick

Subject: [THOMPSON-L] Re: Mo. Thompson family

Date: Sun, 28 Feb 1999 11:02:08 -0600

Hello again,

I just wanted to say thanks to all who have helped me with my Missouri Thompsons. Here is an update of what I have come across. Any help on John Thompson whould be greatly appreciated.

>>>

>My Thompson family lived in SC and KY before coming to MO in the early



1800's. John Thompson was b. ABT 1751 d. 1818 in Jackson, Cape Girardeau,

MO. He married Mary Jefferies and had eight children:

>>>

>>>1. John Thompson d. 1837



>>>2. James Thompson b. 10-9-1776

>>>3. Margaret Thompson

>>>4. Sarah Thompson b. 6-8-1789

>>>5. Mary Thompson b. ABT 1788 SC

>>>6. Narcissa Thompson

>>>7. Elizabeth Thompson b. 12-26-1793 SC

>>>8. Nero Morgan Thompson b. 10-5-1794 Lancaster Co., SC d. 11-23-1866

Howard Co.

>>> MO. Married Elizabeth Williams 9-3-1818. He served in the War of 1812

>>> and came to Howard Co., MO the same year. Issue: 16 children, although

>>> only 10 listed.

>>>


>>> i. Howard E. Thompson b. 6-13-1819 d. 12-28-1864 in Alton, IL Prison

>>> of war camp, CSA

>>> ii. William Short Thompson b. 2-7-1820 Fayette, MO

>>> iii. Mary Jane Thompson b. 8-24-1824 Howard Co., MO

>>> iv. Margaret Dunn Thompson b. 12-12-1831 Howard Co.

>>> v. John E. Thompson b. 12-12-1831 Howard Co.

>>> vi. Uriah W. Thompson b. 1833 Howard Co. d. 3-3-1865 Alton, IL Prison

>>> CSA


>>> vii. Milton Thompson married Mary Hoyt and went to CA or OR

>>> viii. James Thompson b. ABT 1837 Howard Co. died in Civil War

>>> ix. Willoughby Thompson b. ABT 1840 Howard Co.

>>> x. Colden Thompson born in Howard Co., went to CA or OR

>>>
> Thanks, Toby
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/THOMPSON/1999-02/0920153634
From: Toby Kendrick

Subject: [THOMPSON-L] Missouri Thompsons

Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 16:13:54 -0600

I have really enjoyed being on the Thompson list but was wondering if anyone had any information on the THOMPSONs in Missouri. I am yet to find anyone close to my line of Thompsons who were all born in Missouri, specifically, Howard County. Can anyone help me? Toby

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http://www.thompsonfamilies.org/pats.html

John Washington Thompson Sr., b. 1752; d. 1818, bur. Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau, MO.; m. Mary Jefferies - Sandra Bailey [grandmastoy1 AT yahoo.com]

Nero Morgon Thompson, b. 1794 SC; d. 1866 Howard Co, MO; m. Elizebeth Williams

William Short Thompson, b. 1820 Ohio; d. 1895, Howard Co., MO; m. Mary Jefferies

Nancy Ann Thompson, b. 1845 Platte, Co. MO; d. 1911 Boone Co, MO; m. Thomas Granville Atkins

Amanda Ella Atkins, b. 1869; d. 1934; m. Isaac W. Skinner


http://genealogyblog.com/categories/united-states-research/missouri/


http://patriot.lib.byu.edu/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/FH8&CISOPTR=53346&REC=10
Some descendants of John Washington Thompson in southeast Missouri

Title Page

Date of Microfilm

My Ulterior Motive

Table of Contents

Chapter I - John Washington Thompson 1752-1818

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Chapter II - Harrison "John" Thompson d. 1833



Chapter III - Harrison "Shelby" Thompson 1813-1867

Chapter IV - Descendants of Elbert Thompson and Molly Stratton

Chapter V - Descendants of Mattie Thompson and A. B. Rouse

Chapter VI - Descendants of Laura Thompson and Sam Newcum

Chapter VII - Mary Jane Thompson 1816-1849

Chapter VIII - Frances J. "Fanny" Thompson 1822-1856

Chapter IX - Descendants of James Swank and Rachel Rush

Chapter X - Thompson Cemetery near Egypt Mills, Mo.

Index

Printing Version 6 MB


http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/roots-l/genealog/genealog.lc-mo

64. 88-156917: Darnell, Betty Rolwing, 1942- Some descendants of John

Washington Thompson in southeast Missouri / Bloomfield, MO : B. Darnell,

1985. 35 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.

LC CALL NUMBER: CS71.T47 1985c

Mary Lentz

Hi cousins,

I found where I got the Captain John W. Washington (middle initial of W.)

From SLAVEOWNERS OF CAPE GIRARDEAU CO. , MISSOURI p.103

Captain John W. Thompson, born in North Carolina in 1752, came to Cape Girardeau County about 1807. He brought with him eight or nine grown sons and daughters and about 10 slaves. His military title came from service in the Missouri Militia during the War of 1812.

His probate reads as follows:

In the Circuit Court, County of Cape Girardeau, Missouri Territory, in the April Term, Year Eighteen Hundred and Nineteen --

The petition of John Thompson (this is Jack's line) and James Thompson (this is my line) state to this honorable Court that John Thompson senr died sometime in the year year (printed this way in document) eighteen hundred seventeen at said County owning and possessing the following pieces of property. To wit. one improvement and preemption right lieing on the waters of Flora, township of Cape Girardeau and County aforesaid, two men negroes, two negro wenchs slaves, and one child negro slave, besides other loose property which said loose property has been disposed of aggreable to law. Your petitioners further state the said deceased has left the following named individuals as heirs and representatives, To wit. James Thompson and John Thompson, said petitioners, Nero Thompson (this is Nero Morgan), Margaret a daughter now married and the wife of Samuel G. Dunn, Mary another daughter now married and the wife of Uriah Williams, Sarah another daughter now married and the wife of John Clark, Narcissa another daughter now married and the wife of James Ellis, Elizabeth Thompson another daughter of the said deceased, Sarah Thompson widow of the said John Thompson, deceased (Sarah Spear, 2nd wife after Mary Jeffries/Jeffers died), and Elvira Thompson another daughter and an infant within the age of 21 years (Elvira Caroline, only child born of John and Sarah Spear Thompson - half sister to Nero Morgan, James and John, Jr.). Your petitioners further state that a division of said preemption right and negroes cannot be had. Your petitioners, therefore, pray this Court to decree a sale of said preemption right and negroes and the proceeds thereof to paid over the aforesaid named heirs and representatives and that a guardian be appointed the said Elvira to answer and act in this case in the behalf of said infant. And your petitioners further pray that summonses may issue to the before-mentioned heirs and representatives commanding them to be and appear at the next succeeding term of this Court and show cause if any they have why the prayer of these petitioners should not be granted, and your petitioners, as is duty bound, will ever pray --

J. Ranney, Attorney for John and James Thompson, Uriah Williams, Mary his wife (Mary his wife crossed out in the document) and Nero Thompson consent to the above petition this 28 Aug. 1819


http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/FGS/T/ThompsonJohn-MaryJeffers-Sarah_.shtml
Husband: John THOMPSON, Sr.

Birth: 1752, said to be of Augusta Co., VA, or Cecil Co., MD

Death: 17 Jan 1818, Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory [now MO]

Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

Military: Revolutionary War

Father: Matthew THOMPSON or William THOMPSONA

Marriage-1:

Wife-1: Mary JEFFERS / JEFFRIES / JEFFERIES

Birth: 1756/7

Death: 9 Feb 1815, Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory [now MO]

Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

Marriage-2: 1816

Wife-2: Sarah __?__

Birth: bef. 1800

Other spouse: m1. Lt. Edward A. SPEAR, Jr. (killed in the Battle of Sink Hole, Lincoln Co., MO, 24 May 1815)

Child with Sarah (__?__) SPEARS:

9. Elvira Caroline THOMPSON, b. ca. 1816
Children with Mary JEFFERS:

1. John THOMPSON, Jr., b. 1770-76; d. 1833

2. James THOMPSON, b. 9 Oct 1776, Ninety-Six Dist. [now Union Co.], SC

3. Mary "Polly" THOMPSON, b. 15 Feb 1787, SC

4. Sarah A. "Sally" THOMPSON, b. 8 Jun 1789

5. Elizabeth "Betsy" THOMPSON, b. 26 Dec 1793, SC or 1799 in KY

6. Nero Morgan THOMPSON, b. 5 Oct 1794, Lancaster Co., SC

7. Margaret "Peggy" THOMPSON

8. Narcissa THOMPSON, d. bef. 1824; m. bef. 1818, James ELLIS

http://dgmweb.net/FGS/Th/ThompsonJohn-MaryJeffers-Sarah_.shtml


A. Said to be brothers of Charles THOMSON, Secretary of the Continental Congress, but there is no evidence supporting this allegation.
B. John Thompson shows up on the tax rolls of Cape Girardeau Dist., Missouri Territory, by 1814 (Darnell, 1999); and some have taken this to mean he moved to Missouri ca. 1813/14. However, his land in Christian Co., KY, was sold in 1808 and his daughter, Sarah, was married in Cape Girardeau Co. in 1809, which facts lead me to believe they left KY for MO in 1808. This earlier date also clears up a problem in the 1810 Census of Christian Co., KY, because there are too few John THOMPSONs on the census to account for all the John THOMPSONs thought to be living in the county, based on other evidence. The only member of this family who appears to still be in Christian Co. for the 1810 Census is Capt. John's daughter, Polly, and her husband Uriah WILLIAMS.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SB39-VFB

Pedigree Resource File
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name: John /Thompson/

gender: Male

birth: 1751

, , Kentucky, USA

death: 17 Jan 1818

Jackson, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

Marriages (1)

spouse: Mary /Jefferies/

marriage: 1772

Hide children (9)

child 1: John /Thompson/

gender: Male

birth: 1774

USA

death: DECEASED



USA

child 2: James /Thompson/

gender: Male

birth: 9 Oct 1776

, , South Carolina, USA

death: 10 Mar 1852

, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

child 3: Nero Morgan /Thompson/

gender: Male

birth: 5 Oct 1794

, Lancaster, South Carolina, USA

death: 22 Sep 1866

, Howard, Missouri, USA

child 4: Narcissa /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 1791

USA

death: 1824



, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

child 5: Margaret /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 1780

child 6: Sarah A /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 8 Jun 1789

, , South Carolina, USA

death: 4 Oct 1835

, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

child 7: Elvira /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 1816

, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

death: 1855

, , Missouri, USA

burial: Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church Cem., Jefferson, Missouri, USA

child 8: Elizabeth /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 26 Dec 1793

USA

death: 3 Jan 1872



, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

child 9: Mary /Thompson/

gender: Female

birth: 15 Feb 1787

, , South Carolina, USA

death: 16 Apr 1858

, , South Carolina, USA

burial: Fayette City Cem, Fayette, Howard, Missouri, USA

Submission

submitter: mfindlay1102170

submission date: 13 Aug 2005

submission id: MM7Y-5Q2

person count: 3,581

Notes
Source: "John Thompson of Christian Co KY and cape Girardeau Co MO and his descendants" by Betty Darnell, 1999 He received a Kentucky Land Warrant #3712 for 200 acres of second-rate land, by virtue of having improved the same...on one of the head branches of the West Fork of Pond River north of Hopkinsville. He paid for 160 acres of this land on 19 Oct 1798 at Christian Co KY. He purchased Land Warrant #18 for 100 acres on the West Fork of Pond River in 1801. He purchased Land Warrant #1169 for 200 acres on the West Fork of Pond River in 1803. He purchased Land Warrant #2742 in the name of his daughter Margaret, 100 acres on the West Fork of Pond River in 1805. As of between 1815 and 1818 he was also known as Capt John Thompson as given on a bill submitted by David Bryant for his wife's marker, and on a bill he submitted to his estate in 1818 by George Henderson who owned a store.


He left a will signed on 17 Jan 1818 at Cape Girardeau Dist, Missouri Territory saying: ...after all lawfull debts are paid, one third of the remaining balance to his wife except the part that falls to Edward Spears pension which I give to my youngest daughter Elvira, the remaining balance to be equally divided amongst all my children. There is twenty five dollars left in my trunk to pay burial expenses. He was buried at John Thompson Cem, near Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau District, Missouri Territory, USA. His will was presented for probate on 28 Jan 1818 by James Williams and William Williams.

Notes for MARY JEFFERS:

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/mohoward/2000-06/0960767754

From: "Carolyn Gibbons"



This gives me much to think about. One would think that the land would be partitioned among all the children. However: From other sources (obituary of daughter Priscilla md John Thompson 1916) I get a very different picture of the children. And where is she among all of this?
First off, let me admit that my listing of the children is PROBABLY incomplete because I have the first one born 1812 and they were married in 1807.And my order is probably wrong. But here goes:
Uriah Melton Williams son of Colden C Williams (1763-1832) and Mary Short (1769-1823) born 26 Apr/20 Sep 1788 (researchers gave the April, Ellsberry gives the Sep from tombstone) d 27 Oct 1841 Howard Co per tombstone, buried Fayette Cemetery. Md 24 Dec 1807 Christian Co KY Mary Thompson daughter of John Thompson (1751-1818) and Mary Jefferies (1756-1815). Mary was born 15 Feb 1787 in SC (or KY or MO - have info naming all three) and died 16 Apr 1858 per her tombstone.
Eight known children, but I do not know the order.
William D Williams b 22 Sep 1812 KY died 12 Dec 1893 and is buried in Fayette City Cemetery. He married Hannah A Rupe (1816-1887) on 17 Feb 1834 in Howard Co. I have him on the 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880 censuses.
George W Williams b ca 1822 MO. I BELIEVE he died at Camp Chase, OH 2 Feb 1865, but that could have been another man of the same name.
Priscilla H Williams b Jun 1834 MO d 9 Jul 1916 Higbee, Randolph Co MO. She md 22 May 1851 John F Thompson, first cousin, marriage performed by William K Woods. I have found her on the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 and 1900 census; in 1900 she says she had 12 children, 10 still living and claims both parents born in MO but I don't think so. When she died in 1916 the obit named her surviving brothers and sisters which is how I got the remaining 5 siblings.
James Williams - Jul 1916 was living near Fayette.
John Williams - Jul 1916 was living in Kansas City MO.
Elizabeth Williams - Jul 1916 was living in the vicinity of Higbee, Randolph Co, and had the married name of Avery.
David H Williams - Jul 1916 was living in CA.
Uriah G Williams - Jul 1916 was living in CA.
It is extremely unlikely that any of the last 5 were born before William - maybe before George and probably before Priscilla. How I have them listed is James b ca 1808, John b ca 1810 then William, then Elizabeth, David and Uriah and finally Priscilla. At 2 year intervals (1 year for the first child) that works out and leaves a space for Sebastian.
Now where was Elizabeth mentioned in the partition??? And where was Priscilla? I can easily see that Colden should be another child - almost everybody in the crowd had at least one Colden - and Sebastian was dead before 1916 as was Colden I am sure. Martha Jane and Mary Frances young ones still at home and not yet married. Were George W and Cassandra Brashears another daughter and husband? And how about Ruben and Margaret Watts? Has my whole life been a lie? Priscilla is really somebody else?

No, no don't tell me that!!!


It is starting to look to me as if she was really the daughter of somebody else. And I think that somebody else might be her "uncle" John C Williams, husband of the Sarah Chism who started this. Ann, we are closer than I thought. The only problem with this is --- gives me John, David and Uriah to be her sibs when she died, but waht about James and Elizabeth? I suppose it is remotely possible for James to be either James Willoughby or Willoughby James, called Willoughby on the 1850 census and James in later life; the same for Elizabeth named either Sarah Elizabeth or Elizabeth Sarah or since there were two Sarahs on the census that somebody made a mistake. Alternatively, the 1st Sarah was just visiting. The whole census was disturbing when I looked at it. Ms. Ellsberry had 2 families put together. Can I get more help??? (All in all, I really think that Priscilla is NOT the daughter of Uriah as I was told 25 years ago).
Oh, per my Ancestry CD for marriages: Reuben Watts md Margaret Williams15 Dec 1842 and George Brashear md Cassil D Wiliams 20 Jun 1835, both in Howard

Co.


http://surnamearchive.com/cgi-bin/deathrecords.cgi/?Thompson

Genealogy Death Index Records Results

Name: Mary Jeffers Thompson

Date of Death: 9 Feb 1816 age 58

Location of Death: Cape Gir Mo

Burial: Thompson cem

Notes: wife of John S.

Name: John Thompson

Date of Death: 9 Feb 1816 age 58

Location of Death: Cape Gir Mo

Burial: Thompson

From Jack Thompson

jthompson1@cablelynx.com

John Washington Thompson, Sheriff of St. Louis, Co. Mo, died in 1822

Wife Mary Jeffers (spelling on her gravestone)

John W Thompson arrived in Mo with Slaves and sons


Captain John Washington Thompson. When the war of 1812 began he would have been 52 years old, and a relatively new resident of Cape County. How could he have been a Captain in the war of 1812 without prior military experience? Being born in 1752 so in the years of the American Revolutionary War (1775-1778) he would have been around 23 to 26 years of age. From an age standpoint alone, it seems likely that he was of an age to be a soldier during the Revolutionary War, and then fought again during the period of 1812. Has anyone found any records of him fighting in the revolutionary war, and where is the best place to search for facts on that subject without having a huge amount of other seach criteria to sort through other than the military?
Disposition: buried Thompson Cemetery, Egypt Mills, Cape Girardeau Co., MO

http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm


http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/p/a/Brenda-E-Sparks/GENE2-0003.html?Welcome=1011732245

Children of NATHANIEL JEFFERIES and SARAH STEEN are:

i. MARY4 JEFFERIES, b. Abt. 1758; d. February 09, 1815, Cape Girardeau, MO.; m. JOHN THOMPSON, JR..

More About MARY JEFFERIES:

Burial: Cape Girardeau, MO.
Some researchers have the spelling as Mary Jeffers and John Thomson
http://www.biol.andrews.edu/Steen/gen/D0002/I2590.html

Mary JEFFERIES

Birth: 1758, Camden, Kershaw Co, South Carolina

Father: Nathaniel JEFFERIES

Mother: Sarah Brown STEEN
http://www.kindredkonnections.com/cgi-bin/genealogy/new/nextpedsf?1756929+000000+English+0-0+10+1

. JEFFERIES, MARY - Born: 1758, Father: JEFFERIES, NATHANIEL, Mother: STEEN, SARAH

Click to view lo000255 - Born: SOUTH CAROLINA

Data Quality: 3 generations, 13 ancestors, 67% completed fields, exceptional documentation.

Click to view sc000158 - Born: SOUTH CAROLINA

Data Quality: 3 generations, 6 ancestors, 58% completed fields, good documentation.


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http://www.steenplace.com/john1/f1179.htm

Family Page

Husband: Thompson, John

Born:

Marriage:



Died:

Father:


Mother:

Wife: Jefferies, Mary

Born: Abt 1758 (??????????)

Died:


Father: Jefferies, Nathaniel (25 Oct 1733 - 28 Feb 1812)

Mother: Steen, Sarah Brown (Abt 1735 - Abt 1795/1800)

Date: Sun, 9 Nov 2003 15:11:27 -0600

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Thanks Carolyn,

That makes it a little more likely that the Jeffries family was already in Missouri by 1820. Not proof, but a lot more likely.

I wanted to let the folks on this list who are researching the Gragg family, know that I came across something interesting on an online tree. Depending on how far afield you want to go in the Gragg research, I may be able to help some of you. Henry Gragg, grandfather of Gragg girl who married John Jeffries Jr.; had a brother named Thomas. This Thomas apparently moved to and settled here in my home county of Bates in Missouri. Several of the children or adults of that time period, died in the 1860's, about the time of the Civil War. There is a Gragg cemetery here in Bates county, and there are probably courthouse records, too, although I've never checked the courthouse records in Bates county. However, if someone on the list wants me to, I will be happy to do it, as I get the time. I'm without a car this week, and we head to North Carolina the following week to pick up my daughter-in-law and granddaughters. Depending on when the cold weather breaks, it may be spring before I could do any cemetery research. I just wanted to let you know that there was a Bates county connection to the Gragg family. And there are three Graggs families listed in my local phone directory.

This tree also indicates that the Gragg family came from the Greene county, Tennessee area, which is the same area the Faubions and Grants came from.

Jefferson county was created from Greene in 1792,

In 1797 Cocke county was created from Jefferson. So Greene is the home county for all three, prior to 1792.

That area was Indian lands prior to 1777. In the year 1777, this area formed Washington county, North Carolina.

In 1779, Sullivan county, North Carolina was created from Washington.

1783, Green county, North Carolina was created from Washington.

in 1784, these three North Carolina counties form provisional state of Franklin, in a move to secede from North Carolina.

in 1785, the State of Franklin creates Caswell, Sevier from Greene, Spencer from Sullivan, Green: and Wayne from Washington, Wilkes. All seven easter counties functioned as counties of the state of Franklin.

1786 Blount created by State of Franklin. North Carolina reconstitutes its governments for Washington, Sullivan and Greene, which function in parallel with Franklin's in those counties.

1787, Hawkins from Sullivan (functioned in parallel with Franklin's Spencer). Sumner from Davidson. North Carolina county governments gain supremacy over Franklin governments.

1788 Tennessee territory was formed in the middle northern part of current day Tennessee. State of Franklin and its counties cease to function. Hawkings, Sullivan Green and Washington counties are in North Carolina, and Caswell, Sevier, and Blount revert to Indian lands again.

1790. North Carolina cedes western region, and the four counties of Hawkins, Sullivan, Green and Washington are organized as Territory South of the Ohio River.

1792 Jefferson county created from Greene and Hawkins. Knox from Greene and Hawkins.

1794 Sevier from Jefferson.

1795 Blount was created from Knox.

1796 Tennessee admitted as a state. Grainger from Hawkins, Knox. Carter from Washington. Tennessee divided into Montgomery, Robertson. It wasn't clear from the map I was reading on this, whether the eastern counties were part of the newly formed state of Tennessee or whether they were still the Territory South of the Ohio River. I suspect the latter was the case.

1797 Cocke county was formed from Jefferson.

This information came from a website recommened by a member of the Ragsdale list.

> http://www.tngenweb.org/maps/county-ani/tn-maps/tn-cf.html



>

I brought this all up, because it means we are going to have to search several different sources, counties, and even in North Carolina for the early records of these families in all likelihood. But it does appear, that they all originate from the far eastern counties of Tennessee, and prior to that from Virginia. The Graggs were apparently from Augusta county, the Faubions from Fauquier county. It's unknown (by me at least) at the moment, where Richard Grant's family was prior to his birth in Cocke county, Tennessee. The Nathaniel Jeffries family was from King and Queen county, in Virginia, then they lived for a time in Camden county, South Carolina, before moving to Montgomery county, (near Clarksville) in Tennessee. (it was Kentucky at the time Nathaniel died there in 1812, according to several sources online.)

It's very possible, and even likely that the John Jeffries Sr. and his two sons John and William, found in Montgomery county in 1820, are the family of Nathaniel Jeffries. Nathaniel had a son, John Steen Jeffries (brother of Mary Jeffers who married John Thompson), who was born in 1760. He had a son John, born 1793, died in SC in 1869-1873, and a son William born about 1792. (the source below gives his birth year as 1805) I really wanted this John Jr. to be ours. But I've seen more than one source that indicates he lived and died in South Carolina. John Steen Jeffries and his family moved back to South Carolina after his father's death in about 1815. This was apparently compiled from a book called the "Jeffries Family Grey Book of 1959". I first started researching this Nathaniel Jeffries family when Carolyn sent me the disc from the Steen family. Thanks Carolyn.

Check this site for more detail.

http://www.steenplace.com/john1/f858.htm#I2409

More later,

Kathy
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/thompson/2000-02/0950245321

From: Glen Thompson

Subject: [THOMPSON-L] Thompson Nexus V05N02Fa93P13

Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 22:02:01 -0700


Thompson Nexus V05N02Fa93P13
Thompson Nexus, Fall 1993 - 13

THOMPSON FAMILY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, KENTUCKY, MISSOURI


I. JOHN THOMPSON was born ca 1751; m. first, Mary Jeffers who was born ca 1757 and who died 9 Feb. 1815 in Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri. John m. second, ca 1815/16, Sarah ( ) Spear, the widow of Edward A. Spear, Jr. John is thought to have lived in Ninety-Six District, S.C. (in the part that is today Union Go.; then by at least 1805 in Christian Co., KY; finally in Missouri ca 1808. He died January 1818 in Cape Girardeau Co, MO., and is buried in Thompson Cemetery in Egypt Mills. Children:
1. John Thompson Jr. born ca 1775; married 18 May 1805 Christian Co, KY, Jane Goodin Strong (1791-1839), d/o John Strong; died Sept. 1833 Cape Girardau Co., MO. Note: This is the line of Betty Rolwing Darnell, 204 Hartford Drive, Mt. Washington, KY 40047 who has researched James' father John Thompson.
2. James Thompson (family records say he was born 9 Oct. 1776 in Ninety-Six District (today Union County), South Carolina; m. 22 Oct.1807 in Christian Go, KY, Frances Johnson Strong (1793-1847) d/o John Strong; died 10 March 1852 Cape Girardeau Co., MO. Note: This is the

line of Duncan Thompson, P0 Box 152, Atlanta, TX 75556.


3. Margaret "Peggy" Thompson married before 1817 in Cape Girardeau Co., MO, Samuel Godwin Dunn; died 7 Nov. 1835 Shelby Co., TN. This is the line of: William P. Blackwell, Jr., 22386 Village Road, Unionville, VA 22567.
4. Sarah A. "Sally" Thompson b. 8 June 1789 KY; m. 13 Nov. 1809 in Cape Griardeau Co., MO, John Rogers Clark (1788-1859); died 4 Oct. 1835 in Cape Girardau Co., MO. Note:
5. Mary "Polly" Thompson b. ca 1789; m. 24 Dec. 1807 Christian Co., KY, Uriah Williams, s/o Golden Williams ; d. aft. 1832 Howard Co., MO.
6. Narcissa Thompson married before 1819, James Ellis; died ca 1824 in Gape Girardeau Co., MO.
7. Nero Morgan Thompson. Continues the line as II below.
8. Elizabeth "Betsy" Thompson b. 1799 KY; m. 23 May 1824 Cape Girardeau Co., MO, Berry A. Wilson, s/o John Wilson; died 23 Oct.1886 Bienville Parish, Louisiana.
9. Elvira "Caroline" Thompson b. 1816 Cape Girardeau Co., MO; m. before 1835 in Washington Co., MO, Samuel Thomas McGee (1813-1891) s/o Felix

McGee; died ca 1855 Jefferson Co., MO.


II. NERO MORGAN THOMPSON was born 5 Oct. 1794 in KY or SC; m. 1817 in Howard Co., MO, Sarah "Elizabeth" Williams (1802-1865) d/o Colden Williams. Nero died 22 Sept. 1866 in Howard Co., MO. Nero and Elizabeth

had 16 or 17 children. The first of two daughters was Mary Jane Thompson who continues the line as III below.

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name: Mary /Jefferies/

gender: Female

birth: ABT 1820

, , Kentucky, USA

death: DECEASED

USA

Parents


father: Nathaniel /Jefferies/

mother: Sarah Brown /Steen/

Marriages (1)

spouse: John /Thompson/

marriage: 1772

Show children (9)

Submission

submitter: mfindlay1102170

submission date: 13 Aug 2005

submission id: MM7Y-5Q2

person count: 3,581

Source Citation


"Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SB39-VN4 : accessed 12 April 2012), entry for Mary /Jefferies/.
More About JOHN THOMPSON and MARY JEFFERS:

Marriage: Abt. 1774


Notes for SARAH SPEAR:

Widow of Edward A Spear


http://www.allthingscherokee.com/Queries/query09.html

Kim Westbrook

Query: I am trying to find the connection to Cherokee that I have been told in the family. My great great grandmother was Frances Matilida Thompson, married twice, to Hughes, then to my gggrandfather William H. Pate. Her father listed as Willliam Thompson married to Mary Spear. Not sure of birthday, have marriage date as 4 September 1873 to William Pate in Coosa County, Ala. had daughter in prior marrage born 1868, Hattie, had 4 more children, was in Ok in 1907. Also according to my grandmother Pate, her mother was Cherokee/French Landirth or Landerth. I would appriciate any information and if I can help out anyone I would be glad to.

More About JOHN THOMPSON and SARAH SPEAR:

Marriage: Abt. 1816

Children of JOHN THOMPSON and MARY JEFFERS are:

2. i. SARAH ANN3 THOMPSON, b. 08 Jun 1789; d. 04 Oct 1835, Cape Girardeau Co. MO.

ii. MARGARET THOMPSON, d. 07 Nov 1835, Memphis, TN; m. SAMUEL GODWIN DUNN, Cape Girardeau Co. MO; d. 1846, Shelby County, Tennesee.


Notes for MARGARET THOMPSON:

http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/SRoots/FGS/SamuelGodwinDunn-MargaretJaneMartin-MargaretThompson.htm

Samuel Godwin DUNN

Margaret Jane MARTIN


Margaret "Peggy" THOMPSON

- Husband: Samuel Godwin DUNN

Birth: bef. 1790

Death: 1846, Shelby Co., TN

Father: John DUNN
- Marriage-1: 24 Mar 1808, Cape Girardeau Dist. [now Co.], Louisianna Territory [now MO]

Wife-1: Margaret Jane MARTIN/MARTENS

Birth: 30 Jul 1787, Sandersville, Washington Co., GA

Death: 6 Nov 1811, Missouri

Father: John MARTIN (1753-1808), from Ireland (died Cape Girardeau)

Mother: Elizabeth ALLEN (1764-1880), from Ireland

- Marriage-2: prob. aft. 1818, Cape Girardeau Co., Missouri Territory [now MO]

Wife-2: Margaret "Peggy" THOMPSON

Death: 7 Nov 1835, Memphis, Shelby Co., TN

Other spouse: m1. Mr. MORTON

Father: Capt. John THOMPSON

Mother: Mary JEFFRIES?

- Children with Margaret Jane MARTIN/MARTENS: ?

- Children with Margaret "Peggy" THOMPSON: ?

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The following is from a file sent by Jo Potter..From: "Jo Potter"

Subject: Cousins Nelsons bklt 10

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:18:42 -0600

Margaret Thompson..1.Martens 2..Dunn

The reason we believe was first married to Mr. Martens is because the early marriage records of Cape Girardeau Co. Missouri list Samuel G Dunn married Margaret Martens in 1808. S.G. Dunn served from Cape Girardeau in the territorial government in 1815, but we can not find no further records of this family.

Notes for SAMUEL GODWIN DUNN:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocapegi/query011.htm

DUNN, MARTIN, THOMPSON posted by William P.Blackwell Jr. on Friday, July 24, 1998

My ancestors John DUNN and son Samuel Godwin DUNN resided in Cape Girardeau Co MO at turn of 18th century. Samuel m. Margaret Jane MARTIN in Cape Girardeau 24 Mar 1808, he also married Margaret THOMPSON in Cape Girardeau. Samuel d.1846 in Shelby Co TN. Would like vital statistics on any of the above. Samuel was on the Commission that selected Jackson as the name for the county seat of Cape Girardeau. From where did the migrate, another state of another country?
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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~bouquet/dunn.html


7. JOSEPH III5 DUNN (ISAAC4, BENAJAH3, JOSEPH2, HUGH1) was born 1788 in Greene Co PA, and died 1865. He married JANE MARTIN 1817, daughter of JAMES MARTIN.

Children of JOSEPH DUNN and JANE MARTIN are:


i. WASHINGTON6 DUNN.

ii. JAMES M DUNN.

iii. JOSEPH DUNN.

iv. WILLIAM DUNN.

v. JOHN DUNN.

vi. ANN DUNN.

vii. MORGAN L DUNN, b. 1824, Ruff Creek, Morgan township, Greene Co PA; m. (1) PHOEBE ANN TAYLOR; m. (2) ELIZA CORWIN; m. (3) EMMA CURRY.

8. ISAAC5 DUNN (ISAAC4, BENAJAH3, JOSEPH2, HUGH1) was born Abt. 1794 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania. He married ELIZABETH HAINES.


More About SAMUEL DUNN and MARGARET THOMPSON:

Marriage: Cape Girardeau Co. MO
3. iii. JAMES W THOMPSON, b. 09 Oct 1776, Ninety-Six Dist. (Union Co.); d. 10 Mar 1852, Cape Girardeau, Mo,Thompson Cemetery.

4. iv. MARY THOMPSON, b. 15 Feb 1787, South Carolina; d. 16 Apr 1858, Howard Co. MO..

v. ELIZABETH "BETSY" THOMPSON, b. 26 Dec 1793, KY; d. 23 Oct 1886, Bienville, Pr. LA; m. BERRY A WILSON, 23 May 1824, Jackson, Cape Girardeau, MO; d. 1846, Louisiana.
Notes for ELIZABETH "BETSY" THOMPSON:

Info from Betty Darnell states:

Elizabeth "Betsy" Thompson, born about 1799 in Kentucky, died 23 October 1886 in Bienville Parish, louisiana, married on 23 May 1824 in Cape Girardeau co. Mo. to Berry A Wilson, son of John Wilson. The wilsons moved to louisisan about 1829. They had no children.Berry A. Wilson died in 1846 in Louisiana.
The following is from a file sent by Jo Potter..From: "Jo Potter"

Subject: Cousins Nelsons bklt 10

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:18:42 -0600

Elizabeth born 12-26-1793 married Thomas Wilson, They remained in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.


L.N. Thompson's GGGrandfather Nero Morgan was a slave owner, lover of ease and mischief. His wife was described as "angelic" in character and she was the mother of 15 boys and 2 girls. Seven of their children died at the age of 7 months and are buried in the Thompson cemetery, East of Burton, Howard co. Missouri . Their only grave markers are small sandstone rocks and some are still in the cemetery but are probably out of place.
I thought our John Thompson Sr. was from South Carolina? His daughter Elizabeth states that both her parents were born in SC, and several of the children of John Thompson and Mary Jeffers list their birthplace as SC.

1880 US Census, Census Place: 2nd Ward, Bienville, Louisiana

Source: FHL Film 1254448 National Archives Film T9-0448 Page 539C

Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

Elizabeth WILSON Self F W W 82 KY

Occ: Farming Fa: SC Mo: SC

Sarah BANKS Other F D B 50 GA

Occ: Servant Fa: GA Mo: GA

"Kathy Bowlin"

Notes for BERRY A WILSON:

Mildred Anderson has Thomas Berry Wilson

More About BERRY WILSON and ELIZABETH THOMPSON:

Marriage: 23 May 1824, Jackson, Cape Girardeau, MO
5. vi. NERO MORGAN THOMPSON, b. 05 Oct 1794, Lancaster Co. SC? (Kentucky native); d. 23 Nov 1866, Howard Co. MO, Thompson Farm.

vii. NARCISSA THOMPSON, d. 1824, Cape Girardeau Co. Mo; m. JAMES ELLIS, 1818.


Notes for NARCISSA THOMPSON:

Info from Mildred Anderson


http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/SRoots/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm

8. Narcissa THOMPSON, d. bef. 1824; m. bef. 1818, James ELLIS


The following is from a file sent by Jo Potter..From: "Jo Potter"

Subject: Cousins Nelsons bklt 10

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:18:42 -0600

Narcissa married James Ellis, they lived in Cape Girardeau, Missouri


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Narcissa Thompson Compact Disc #121 Pin #397340 Pedigree

Sex: F

Event(s)


Birth: 1791

USA


Death: 1824

, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

Parents

Father: John Thompson Disc #121 Pin #397323



Mother: Mary Jefferies Disc #121 Pin #397324

Marriage(s)

Spouse: John Rodgers Clark Disc #121 Pin #397336

Marriage: bef 1818

, , Missouri, USA

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John Rodgers Clark Compact Disc #121 Pin #397336 Pedigree

Sex: M


Event(s)

Parents


Father: Jonathan Clark Disc #121 Pin #397337

Mother: Jane Rodgers Disc #121 Pin #397338

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Sarah A Thompson Disc #121 Pin #397335

Marriage: 1809

, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA

Spouse: Narcissa Thompson Disc #121 Pin #397340

Marriage: bef 1818

, , Missouri, USA

Notes and Sources

Notes: None

Sources: None

Submitter

Mary Leoma SAWYER

POB 865 Arizona City Az 85223
More About JAMES ELLIS and NARCISSA THOMPSON:

Marriage: 1818


6. viii. JOHN HARRISON THOMPSON, JR., b. Abt. 1782, North Carolina; d. 1833, Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

ix. ELVIRA CAROLINE THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1816; d. Abt. 1855, DeSoto, Jefferson County, Mo; m. (1) SAMUEL THOMAS MCGEE, Jan 1835, MO; m. (2) SAMUEL THOMAS MCGEE, Jan 1835.


Notes for ELVIRA CAROLINE THOMPSON:

1816 Mo Terr [now MO]: Howard Co. formed from St. Louis Co. and unincorporated territory

marriage of John THOMPSON, to Mrs. Sarah SPEARS

ca. 1816 birth of daughter, Elvira

http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/0/Thompson/FGS/CaptJohnThompson.htm
Info from Betty Darnell,

Elvira died abt. 1855, buried at PIlgrims's Rest Baptist Church Cemetery near DesSoto, Jefferson Co. Mo, married by January 1835 to Samuel Thomas McAGee, son of Felix McGee and Elizabeth Walls.


http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:a20909&id=I333

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ID: I333

Name: Elvira Caroline THOMPSON

Given Name: Elvira Caroline

Surname: THOMPSON

Sex: F

Birth: 1816 in ,Cape Girardeau,Missouri



Death: 1855
Father: John THOMPSON

Mother: Sarah SPEAR


Marriage 1 Samuel MAGEE b: 7 SEP 1813 in ,Missiouri Terri.

Children


Henry MAGEE b: 1836

Eliza MAGEE b: 1838

Virginia MAGEE

Samuel Thomas MAGEE b: 1842

James MAGEE b: 1843

William Larkin MAGEE b: 20 DEC 1845 in ,Washington,Missouri

August (Gus) MAGEE b: 1848

Louise MAGEE b: 1850

More About SAMUEL MCGEE and ELVIRA THOMPSON:

Marriage: Jan 1835, MO


More About SAMUEL MCGEE and ELVIRA THOMPSON:

Marriage: Jan 1835



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