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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Thomas Henry SMITH

He was 17 in 1850, living with his mother.


Benjamin TINSON

He was 28 in 1900, single, working as a fisherman, living in Jefferson Pct, Pope, Illinois.


Florence Ada HAYDEN

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 2 in 1880.

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 20 in 1900, single, working as a servant and living in the home of Ben and Sarah Metcalf, in Jefferson Pct, Pope, Illinois.


George Paul WILSON

He was 39 in 1870, living in Bells Mine, Crittenden, Kentucky.

He was 49 in 1880, living in Bells Mine, Crittenden, Kentucky.


Margaret A.

She was 33 in 1870.

She was 44 in 1880.


David ADAMS

NOTES: The Genealogical Record and History of the Descendants of Francis Atkins, by Mrs. George S. Buchanan
"He was six feet two inches high in bare feet, symetrical and large in frame, muscular and active. His skin, by nature of a marbly white, appeared dark on his cheeks and on the lower portion of his face, in consequence of the dark color of his thick beard. His figure and part of bearing were really majestic."


Joseph ATKINS

HISTORY: Found on this family at this internet link: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/henry/cemeteries/cemetery1/a3520003.txt
Joseph Atkins came from the Edgefield District of South Carolina along with John Adams his brother-in-law in 1826.
On his tombstone it reads: "Joseph Atkins, who was born in Edgefield District, S.C. August 19, 1804. He removed from Abbeville District in the same state where he was raised from early boyhood and located on this farm in Henry County, Georgia, in the month February 1826, where he continued to reside until his death which occurred on the 10th day of November 1866, aged 62 years, 2 months and 20 days."


Margaret ADAMS

HISTORY: Found on this family at this internet link: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/henry/cemeteries/cemetery1/a3520003.txt
On her tombstone it reads: "Sacred to the Memory of Margaret Adams Atkins, Beloved wife of Joseph Atkins, Born in South Carolina June 19th, 1805, Died in Henry County, GA May 26, 1880."


Anthony HADEN Sr.

NOTES: Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Volume IV, p.136, History of George T. Blakely of Logan County, Kentucky. He was son of William M. Blakely of Culpepper County, Virginia, son of George Blakely of Albemarle county, Virginia who was a soldier in the Rev. War, son of Thomas Blakely who was born and reared in Wales who married Ann Haden of England, they emigrated to America between 1730 and 1740 and located in Virginia. Thomas was son of Churchill Blakely of Wales and Ann Haden was daughter of Anthony Haden of England and Margaret Douglass of Scotland.


Margaret DOUGLASS

Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Volume IV, p.136, History of George T. Blakely of Logan county, Kentucky. He was son of William M. Blakely of Culpepper county, Virginia, son of George Blakely of Albemarle county, Virginia who was a soldier in the Rev. War, son of Thomas Blakely who was born and reared in Wales who married Ann Haden of England, they emigrated to America between 1730 and 1740 and located in Virginia. Thomas was son of Churchill Blakely of Wales and Ann Haden was daughter of Anthony Haden of England and Margaret Douglass of Scotland.