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Parents of Thompson Everett [b. 1835]
Posted by: David Smith Date: July 24, 2001 at 20:31:45
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I am searching for the parents of Thompson P. Everett that is listed in the 1860, 1870, census of Floyd County GA. He is listed in the Everett Springs, GA area of Floyd County, GA. where Quinton, Hiram, Elkanan, Samuel, and James Everett settled.
Thompson P. Everett was about 35 in 1860.

Is this Everett related to Solomon Everett through one of the five Floyd county Everets listed in the 1850 census?

Thompson Everett's wife's name is hard to read in both censuses. Her name may be Thriza E. Everett [age 34 in the 1860 census]

Their children were [according to the 1870 census]:
1. Wesley [born -/+ 1850]
2. Laura [born -/+ 1855]
3. Lorda B. [born -/+ 1857]
4. Willy W. [born -/+ 1858]
5. America [born -/+ 1859]
6. Marion [born -/+ 1862]-[My line]
7. Talala A. [born -/+ 1865]
8. [One not named male ] [born in 1870]

Marian Everett is listed in Walker GA in the 1900 census. He married Emma E. [b. 1861]. Their children were:
1. Virgil P.
2. Oliver J.
3. Eulah [f]
4. Gustaves B.
5. Lizzie [Elizabeth] -My g-grandmother. She married James Bray in 1881 and is buried in the Mt Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery in Cleveland, TN. She died in 1975.
6. Thomas

MY QUESTION
Does anyone know if a connection exists between Thompson Everett of Floyd Co GA in the 1860 and 1870 census and Soloman Everett?

Thanks



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