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Thurman lineage : descent of Mrs. Helen Goodpasture of Nashville, Tennessee

by Edythe R. Whitley
Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2011

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Microfilm of carbon copy of typescript prepared in 1950, ca. 100 p.

Richard Thurman lived in St. Peter's Parish, Virginia by 1702. By 1711 the family had moved to Hanover County, Virginia. One descendant, Frances Thurmond (1774-1818), married John Mills, born in 1771. She was born in Albemarle County, Virginia and died in Sumner County, Tennessee. Also includes family record of Jason S. Siddons who married Cinderella Smith (1803-1867) in 1826. Family members lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and elsewhere. Spelling of surname varies, i.e., Thurmond, etc.

Includes Thurman, Lauderdale, Goolsby, Siddons, Mills, Thurmond and related families.

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