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A Thames anthology of memories : Colin Thames and friend with aura of innocence

by Dorothy Thames Emert
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English
Veradale, Washington : D. Emert, 1992
v, [xxx], 184 p. : facsims., maps, ports.,

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Includes index.

Includes Thames, Barton, Eskew, Talmadge and other families names.

Amos Thames was born 1684 in Northhamptonshire England and died 1766, in Surry County Virginia. Amos and family came to America in 1716 and purchased land in Surry County Virginia in 1717. His descendant, Joseph Gary Thames (1863-1952), was born at Fort Desposit, Alabama, the sone of Joseph G. and Rebecca C. Bell Thames. Descendants listed as living in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Washington and elswhere.

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