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Thomasson and Wallace families
Posted by: Billy Weeks (ID *****0452) Date: September 04, 2004 at 00:12:17
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I am interested in contacting descendants of John J. Thomasson (1830-1872), who is buried in the cemetery at Betheden Lutheran Church in northeastern Winston County. Several of his grandchildren lived in southern Oktibbeha County. He married 1st in 1854 Susan A. Wallace (1835-1865) and was the father of [1] William “Will” H. Thomasson (1857-1936) who md Carrie Richardson (1864-1959) [2] Emma Thomasson (1859-1936) who md 1st William G. Stiles (1853-1932) and 2nd Robert N. Crumpton (1849-1935) [3] John James Thomasson (1863-before 1870 census). He married 2nd in 1866 Lucinda Jenkins Kinard (1843-1870) and was the father of [4] Idella “Della” A. Thomasson (1867-___) who md R. F. Baker [5] Robert L. Thomasson (1868-1930) who md Eula Buckley Cook (1878-1937). He married 3rd in 1870 Rebecca Whites (1838-1911), and there are no known children from this last marriage.

I especially am interested in locating more descendants of Will H. Thomasson and wife Carrie. Their known children were [1] Mary Arrie Thomasson (1884-1963) who md Joseph Oscar Pugh (1880-1942) [2] John R. Thomasson (1888-1960) who md Lula (1890-1981) [3] William Winford Thomasson (1891-1959) who md Virgie (1900-___) [4] Albert L. Thomasson (1897-1955) who md Ina Kinard (1901-1973) [5] Alma Thomasson (1897-___) who md Noah M. Kinard [6] Winnie Mae Thomasson (1904-___) who md Henry Thomas Kinard [7] Minnie Belle Thomasson (b & d 1907).

On the afternoon of Saturday Oct. 16, 2004, a dedication service will be held at the Blackwood Cemetery in northern Winston County for a marker being placed at the grave of John J. Thomasson’s first wife Susan A. Wallace Thomasson (1835-1865). On the same afternoon, a dedication service will be held at the old Liberty Hill Cemetery in southwestern Oktibbeha County for a marker being placed at the grave of Susan’s former slave Easter Thomasson Lampkin (1844-1941).

Billy Weeks
240 Cherokee Road
Nashville, TN 37205
615 292 2908

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