Return to Title Page/Table of Contents Here's one to ponder. I hope someone already knows the answer and can jump in. On 15 July 1781, at Bladen County NC, Mary Thims was issued a certificate for supplying quite a lot of beef (looks like either four or five hundred pounds of beef - the first … Continue reading The Mysterious Mary Thames
How I found the maiden name of my 5x great-grandmother, Lucy, who married Rev William Thames about 1779 North Carolina Star, Raleigh NC, 22 Jan 1813, page 3 7 Oct 2022 - I've had this on my list for so long, thinking it would be an impossible task because no one had found Lucy's maiden … Continue reading Finding Lucy
William Thames of Clayton County, Georgia (1796-1892)
William's headstone on Find A Grave William left some clues for us in 1877 William is one of the early Thames men for whom we don't know parentage, exactly, but evidence points to him being the son of Thomas Thames (son of Joseph Thames and Martha Newberry) by his first wife (name unknown). Because he … Continue reading William Thames of Clayton County, Georgia (1796-1892)
Thomas Thames c1700-1758 – Research in early records – NJ-VA-NC
Thomas Thames c1700-1758 - New records for a Thomas Thames have been discovered. Do they belong to our Thomas?