Person:Thomas Cartmill (5)

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Thomas Cartmill
m. 4 December 1745
  1. James CartmillABT 1740 - ABT 1810
  2. Daughter Cartmill1742-1755 -
  3. Margaret 'Peggy' CartmillEst 1742-1747 -
  4. Elizabeth CartmellABT 1742 -
  5. Capt. John B. CartmillABT 1750 - 1838
  6. Thomas CartmillABT 1752 - ABT 1783
  7. Henry CartmillABT 1754 - 1838
  8. Daughter CartmillABT 1758 -
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Name Thomas Cartmill
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1752 Chester County, Pennsylvania
Death? ABT 1783 Poss. died in Revolutionary War

From Cartmill Family DNA site:

http://www.cartmill-genealogy.com/dna.html

6. Thomas Cartmill - born about 1752. Died about 1783. Apparently died young. Not many records regarding this Thomas Cartmill - no deeds, no will, no tax records. There are a few references to a Thomas Cartmill of Botetourt though, as opposed to the Thomas Cartmill (son of John Cartmill) of the Cowpasture area.

There were apparently two Thomas Cartmills about the same age. One Thomas living in Augusta County (son of John Cartmill) and a second Thomas living in Botetourt County (son of Henry Cartmill). There are two Thomas Cartmills on the Muster rolls for Dunmore's war in 1774, one from Augusta County and a second from Bedford County (Bedford County is next to Botetourt County). In the book "Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution" two Thomas Cartmills are also listed; Thomas Cartmill, an ensign from Augusta County (1781) and Captain Thomas Cartmill from Botetourt (1780). The same book has the notation "Lt. Thomas Cartmill and Captain John Cartmill were sons of Henry Cartmill". Thomas Cartmill of Botetourt County was not included in his father's will of 1786 indicating Henry's son Thomas, if there was a son named Thomas, died between 1780 and 1786.