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LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

Patricia Pack Schell (View posts)
Posted: 28 Nov 2002 4:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Searching for information on LUCY THOMAS b abt 1810 in SC. Her maiden name was Thomas and she married a Thomas (given name unknown). She had nine children. In the 1880 census of Transylvania County NC, she was a widow living with her only surviving child, Alfred L. Thomas. Her husband and eight children had all died before the 1880 census. Her brothers names were:
Henry P.Thomas b 1806 (settled in Transylvania County NC) wife was Hannah Turner
John Thomas (settled in Cedar Mountain NC) wife was Louvenia Jane Smith;
Pete Thomas (settled near Pickens,SC) wives were Sis Lee and Jane Lee, sisters of Albert Lee.
This family is associated with Transylvania County NC, Greenville County SC and possibly Pickens County SC although people of this period traveled into Georgia and Tennessee.

Re: LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

Harold Turner (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 2003 6:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Thomas and Turners
Hannah Turner Thomas was the sister of my Great-great grandfather Elias Turner. Hannah and her Husband lived next door to him in Greenville. A decendant of Hannah and Henry Person Thomas and I are working on this line and have hit a brick wall will share info.

Re: LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

Patricia Pack Schell (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 2003 7:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Harold, You must be working with Mandy, if not, you should be! She is doing great work on the Thomas/Turner connection. Poor lost Lucy was my gggrandmother, and before the 1880 census in Transylvania County, I can find NOTHING. Her son that she lived with, Alfred Lewis Thomas was married to Margaret Matilda Childers. They are my ggrandparents. After Alfred died, she took the family to Henderson County. I don't know if Lucy went with her. Mandy and I are working with the same basic family "stories" so I don't have anything to add. My feeling is that she stayed pretty close to Henry P. and family, but after the 1850 census in Greenville County, HE dropped out of sight! The only thing I have to place him in NC was the High Top Petition which he signed in 1860. At that time he was living in Jackson County that became part of Transyllvania. Hugh Thomas and James Thomas also signed it. I consider myself the "orphan Thomas" in Transy because so far as I know there are no decendents of Lucy there. Good luck on your search!!!
Patricia

Re: LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

Patricia Pack Schell (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 2003 7:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Sorry about the error in the heading. Should be 1810

Re: LUCY THOMAS abt 1910

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 6:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Thomas
It is my understanding that Lucy is burried at Mud Creek in Flat Rock, NC Big Church not little Mud Creek. I believe the grave is unmarked.
Mandy's mom
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