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Thompson : a family history

researched and compiled by Kathryn Blevins Carter
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English
Cameron, North Carolina : K.B. Carter, 1993
421 p., [1] leaf : ill., facsims., ports., map

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Includes bibliographical references after each chapter.

The Thompson family of Virginia and North Carolina. The earliest known ancestor, John Thompson I (1636-1710), son of William and Martha Thompson, was born in Surry County, Virginia. He married Sarah Freebourne (1640-1696), daughter of John Freebourne, in 1657 in Surry Co., Va. William Thompson (b. 1700), a planter, was born in Surry Co., Va. and died in Johnson Co., N.C. (now part of Wake Co.). He was the son of John Thompson III and Agnes of Craven Co., N.C. He married Sarah (1705-1770) in 1721. They were parents of eight children. Their son, John (ca. 1721-1784), married Rachel Peacock (1737-1809), daughter of Daniel and Demaris Peacock. He became the ancestor of the Thompsons of Wayne, Columbus and Moore Counties, N.C. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Florida, California, Maryland, Florida and elsewhere.

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Includes Thompson, Caviness, Graham, Muse, Suggs, Armstrong, Baker, Bizzell, Blevins, Boyette, Burkhead, Cameron, Campbell, Craven, Duke, Garner, Gibson, Hart, Hobson, Hutton, Johnson, Keith, Langston, Lemon, McCraney, McDuffie, Martin, Matthews, Moffitt, Page, Parker, Peacock, Phillips, Rowe, Shaw, Smith, Staley, Taylor, Vinson, Warner, Williams and related families.

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