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Helton/Peter Thompson Sr. orphans, Stewart Co. Ga. 1838
Posted by: Flo Young (ID *****7401) Date: October 12, 2002 at 18:25:15
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Thomas P. Helton was appointed guardian of Narcissa, Susan, Evaline, Penelope and Peter Thompson, orphans of Peter Thompson, on March 5, 1838, bond of $3000.00. This was in land lot # 229, 19th Dist., Mount Pisgah Church area.
Bondsmen: Charles Riley & William Price.

Thomas P. Helton was married Nov. 17, 1834 to Frances A. P. Thompson in Stewart Co. Ga., who is her father?

I would like to know who is Thomas P. Helton's father.

Is the above named Susan Thompson, the wife of John C. Helton that married Nov. 2, 1843 in Stewart Co. Ga.?
This is my line. A daughter of John & Susan, Evaline Helton, married Almarine Thompson Jan. 16, 1867, in Stewart Co. Ga.

Richard J. Snelling was the Administrator of Peter Thompson estate dated Sept. 4, 1834, does anyone have any info on this estate?

Narcissa Thompson married Dec. 24, 1846 to Dorsey D. Blizzard in Stewart Co. Ga., is this the above named Narcissa?

The 1860 Stewart Co. census states that a Sarah Helton was living in the J.T. Thompson household. Who is this Sarah and why is she living with a Thompson?

Is this Thomas P. Helton & John C. Helton related, are they brothers?
Polly Helton married Nov. 7, 1833 to John F. Thompson in Stewart Co. Ga. Is she a sister to Thomas & John, are they even related?

Any info will be appreciated.

Flo


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