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The families of John and Dempsey (Pool) Thomas

compiled by Bertha Jean (Thomas) Johnson Hoggle
Books/Monographs
English
Greensboro, Alabama : B.J. Hoggle, c2000
438 p. : facsisms., geneal. tables

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A record of some of the descendants of John Thomas. He was born 4 Dec 1799 in Newberry District, South Carolina, to Andrew Thomas and Sarah. He married Dempsey Pool 11 Feb 1820 in Shelby County, Alabama. She was born 18 Aug 1803 in Edgefield District, South Carolina, to John Pool and Mahulda Holloway. They were the parents of thirteen children, four died young. He died 1 Nov 1874 in Brush Creek, Alabama. She died 11 Jun 1887 in Brush Creek, Alabama.

Includes index.

Includes Arrington, Bamberg, Barnette, Barton, Bass, Blackburn, Bozeman, Brown, Crawford, Davis, Dominick, Duncan, Frazier, Golden, Gray, Hall, Hardenbergh, Harper, Hazelwood, Herring, Hobson, Hoggle, Hogue, Johnson, Jones, Kornegay, Lavender, Lowrey, Martin, Moore, Morris, Pool, Poole, Price, Rawls, Rayfield, Rhodes, Sims, Smith, Spencer, Stewart, Terry, Thigpen, Thomas, Turk, Walton, Wilkerson, Williams, Yeager, and related families.

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