Person:Albert Thompson (15)

Albert Franklin Thompson
d.1 October 1872 Benton County, Tennessee
m. abt. 1816
  1. Lemuel Hulet Thompson1817 - 1866
  2. Willis Calvin Thompson1818 - 1888
  3. Charles Hoges Thompson1819 - 1879
  4. David Thompson1827 - 1919
  5. Rhoda Caroline Thompson1830 - 1915
  6. Albert Franklin Thompson1834 - 1872
  7. Jeremiah "Jerry" Thompson1839 - 1892
  • HAlbert Franklin Thompson1834 - 1872
  • WAmanda Jarrell1832 - 1866
m. 17 August 1854
Facts and Events
Name Albert Franklin Thompson
Gender Male
Birth[2] 1834 Benton County, Tennessee
Marriage 17 August 1854 to Amanda Jarrell
Death[2] 1 October 1872 Benton County, Tennessee
  1.   History of Missouri:Illustrated Embracing an Historical Account of the Counties of Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Perry, Cape Girardeau, Bollinger, Madison, New Madrid, Pemiscot,, Dunklin, Scott, Mississippi, Stoddard, Butler, Wayne and Iron. (Goodspeed Publishing Company, 10 May 2004)
    pg. 1003-1004.

    In November 1877, he [Newton T. Strickland] was united in marriage with Sophronia I. Thompson, a native of Benton County, Tenn., born on August 17, 1855. She is a daughter of Albert and Amanda (Jarrell) Thompson, natives of Tennessee and North Carolina, respectively, who were married on August 17, 1854. The former was a son of William and Peninah (Holland) Thompson, natives of North Carolina, who early immigrated to Tennessee. They had twelve children, five of which are living: Willis, David, Mary Ann, Rhoda (Beasley) and Jerry. Those dead are Benjamin, Lemuel, William, Sharles, Albert, Dollie (Higden) and Eliza (Gossett). The father of these children in 1848, and his widow was married to John Horn, a Baptist minister, who died about eleven months after his marriage. Mrs. Horn is now living in Benton County, Tenn., and is ninely yars of age. She enjoys good health, except that she is now almost blind. She has been very active and energetic, and has ever been a good, kind mother, and a devoted Christian, beloved by all who knew her. She is a member of the Primitive Baptist Church. Amanda Jarrell was the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth (Stires) Jarrell, also natives of North Carolina, who came to Tennessee at an early day.

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    Albert Franklin Thompson
    Birth 1834
    Benton County, Tennessee, USA
    Death 1 Oct 1872 (aged 37–38)
    Benton County, Tennessee, USA
    Burial: Cowells Chapel Cemetery
    Camden, Benton County, Tennessee, USA