Person:Andrew Thompson (45)

Andrew Thompson
m. Bef 1808
  1. Andrew Thompson1809 -
  2. David Glenn Thompson1812 -
  • HAndrew Thompson1809 -
  • WNancy Burt1813 - 1881
m. 1833
  1. Mary Ann Thompson1842 -
Facts and Events
Name Andrew Thompson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1809 Pennsylvania
Marriage 1833 to Nancy Burt

    4.Andrew2 Thompson (David1) was born 1809 in Pennsylvania.He married Nancy Burt 1833, daughter of Silas Burt and Elizabeth//.She was born 1813, and died 1881.
    Notes for Andrew Thompson:
    "Took charge of the homestead farm until 1840 and then moved to Coshocton County.In 1847 they returned and purchased the homestead and Mrs. Thompson died there in 1881.... Mr. Thompson is a retired farmer and owns 160 acres."

    Children of Andrew Thompson and Nancy Burt are:
    6 i. Silas3 Thompson.
    7 ii. David Thompson.
    8 iii. Elizabeth Jane Thompson.She married Joseph Scott.
    9 iv. Sarah Margaret Thompson.She married John B. Scott.
    10 v. Amanda Walker Thompson.She married (1) John Trace.She married (2) George Mitchell.
    11 vi. Mary Ann Thompson.She married Charles Draper.
    12 vii. Nancy Ellen Thompson.She married James Bell.

  2.   Williams, T. F. The household guide and instructor with biographies: history of Guernsey County, Ohio. (Cambridge, Ohio: Guernsey County Genealogical Society, 1990)
    pg. 490.

    David Thompson and Sarah Gordon, an Irish lad and lass, were born in the old country—he in 1774 and she in 1780. Six years after their wedding feast they began an eighteen years residence in Alleghany county, Pennsylvania. The vicinity of New Concord, Muskingum county, then became their abiding place, until 1817, when their final settlement was made in Adams township. In 1847 she passed away and in 1859 he joined the “great majority.” Their children are: Jane, Sarah, David Glenn,,and Andrew. Andrew was born in Pennsylvania in 1809, and married Nancy, daughter of Silas and Elizabeth Burt, in 1833. She was born in 1813. They took charge of the homestead farm until 1840, and then moved to Coshocton county. In 1847 they returned and purchased the homestead, and Mrs. Thompson died there in 1881. The children were: Silas, David, Elizabeth Jane, wife of Joseph Scott, and Sarah Margaret, wife of John B. Scott; Mary Ann, wife of Charles Draper; Nancy Ellen, wife of James Bell; Amanda Walker, wife of John Trace; and George Mitchell. Mr. Thompson is a retired farmer, and owns one hundred and sixty acres.