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Andrew Jackson Thomas born 1827 Missouri died TX
Posted by: Paula Jones (ID *****8434) Date: June 23, 2004 at 19:25:05
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I am searching for more information including parents and siblings on my gr.Gr.Gr. Grandfather Andrew Jackson Thomas. He was born in Missouri in about 1827 according to the census of:
1.1860 Census of Shannon Co. Missouri, Current River town/ Mahans Creek P.O.//Page 122, 1 Jun 1860.
ancestry.com page 2.

2. 1870 Census of Fannin Co. Texas, Prect.4/ Page , 7 Sep 1870.
ancestry.com page 19.

3. 1880 Census of Fannin Co. Texas, District 26/Page 420 B, 12 Jun 1880.
ancestry.com page 18.
He married at least twice. The wives were Margaret? with whom he had these children:Amanda Thomas born 1845 Missouri,Emeline born 1856 in Missouri, Martha May Thomas born April 12, 1858 in Missouri and Elizabeth Thomas born Oct. 1859 in Missouri.
Then Andrew Jackson Thomas married Evalina unknown and had these children: Drucilla Thomas born 1862 Texas, George W. Thomas born Jan.1864 in Texas,Jackson Thomas born Texas in 1866,Eliga James Thomas born Jan.1870 Texas,Tony Thomas born in Texas 1872 and Willie Thomas born Aug.1874 in Texas.




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