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Re: Henry THOMPSON md. Hannah Griffith, 7 Jan 1793, Columbia County, Georgia
Posted by: Milisia Hanlin (ID *****7317) Date: March 09, 2009 at 11:37:32
In Reply to: Henry THOMPSON md. Hannah Griffith, 7 Jan 1793, Columbia County, Georgia by Milisia Hanlin of 367

Hannah GRIFFIN [variant spelling: GRIFFYTH; GRIFFIN] is believed to have been a daughter of ARW Veteran Michael GRIFFIN, d. ca 1804, Columbia County, Georgia, and of his wife, Nancy Ann WELDON, d/o Jacob WELDON....

Marriage Bond dated 7 January 1793, Columbia County, Georgia....

"Marriage of Hannah GRIFFYTH [variant spelling: GRIFFYTH, GRIFFIN] to Henry THOMSON [variant spelling: THOMSON, THOMPSON], bond application 7 Jan 1793, Columbia County, Georgia, USA.

"Know all men by These presents that We Henry THOMSON & William THOMSON are held & firmly bound unto Lewis GARDNER Register of Probate for the County of Columbia in the full & just sum of Five Hundred & pounds Specie for which payment well & truly to be made & done We bind ourselves our Heirs Ancestors and Administrators & Afsigns & Every of them for and in the whole firmly by these presents Sealed with our Seals & dated the seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & Ninety three.

The CONDITION of the above obligation is such that whereas the said Register of Probate hath this day Licensed any Minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace to join in the Honourable State of Matrimoney Henry THOMSON of the one part & Hannah GRIFFYTH of the other part provided there be no Lawful cause to Obstruct the said Marriage & they the saids Henry ThOMSON & William THOMSON or either of them do well & truly save harmlefs the said Register of Probate & all & every other person or persons concerned a gainst all & every other person or persons whatsoever then this obligation to be void & and of none effect or else to remain in full force & virtue.

[Signed //x//]

Henry ^ his mark ^ THOMSON
William ^ his mark ^ THOMSON

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in Presence of

Source Citation and Source Information:

Columbia County, Georgia: Marriages of Columbia County, Georgia.

Georgia State Archives, 5800 Jonesboro Road, Morrow, Georgia, 30260. 678.364.3700.

Rita E. Goodman,


Henry THOMPSON died mid 1817, Jasper County, Georgia;
Hannah GRIFFIN THOMPSON died mid 1830, Jasper County, GA;

Seeking more information about the parents of Hannah GRIFFIN, believed to be ARW Veteran Michael GRIFFIN and his wife, Nancy Ann WELDON, d/o Jacob WELDON, and interested in corresponding further with researchers of related GRIFFIN & THOMSON/THOMPSON families of Richmond, Columbia, Elbert and Jasper Counties, Georgia, in the periods 1773-1800....


Milisia Hanlin,

Rita E. Goodman, ritaegoodman,

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