Person:Benjamin Thompson (40)

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Benjamin William Thompson
b.ABT 1760 VA, USA
d.12 JUL 1825 Cocke County, TN, USA
m. 15 AUG 1790
  1. Benjamin William Thompson1793 - 1875
  2. Anny Thompson1794 -
  3. Jency Thompson1800 -
  4. Robert Harvey Thompson1805 - 1862
  5. Martha Thompson1807 -
  6. Clarisey W Thompson1809 - 1827
  • HBenjamin William ThompsonAbt 1760 - 1825
  1. John Thomson1797 -
  2. Dan ThompsonAbt 1800 -
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Name[1] Benjamin William Thompson
Alt Name[1] William Thompson
Gender Male
Birth[1] ABT 1760 VA, USA
Other[2][3][4] BET 1775 AND 1783 Brunswick County, VA, USAMilit-Beg
Marriage 15 AUG 1790 to Martha Wade Walker
Death[1] 12 JUL 1825 Cocke County, TN, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Sweeney, Beverly Brandon. "Beverly Brandon Sweeney (beverlysweeney.at.yahoo.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamb
    Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:33 AM, subject, Genealogy - Thompson, Woody.
  2. History of Texas Together with a Biographical History of Tarrant and Parker Counties: Containing a Concise His. (The Lewis Publishing Co, Fort Worth, Texas, 1895)
    284.
  3. Sweeney, Beverly Brandon. "Beverly Brandon Sweeney (beverlysweeney.at.yahoo.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamb
    Pension/Bounty Land file #BLW 34994-160-55.
  4. as private, corporal, and sergeant. The recollection of the widow's that her husband entered the service in the early part of the Revolution and served the whole war either in the State Troops of Virginia or the Contential LIne. Hisresidence was either in Meclenburg (sp) or Brunswick Co, Ba. when he entered the service. She believes his captain's name was Fox. He enlisted for five years and was in the service at the end of the war. He was in the battles ofBrandywine at the storming of Stony Point the Defeat of Piola he was under General Wayne?Washington? in all the mentioned engagements. She thinks he was in the Battle of Monmouth. He was a sargent part of the time, stationed at ValleyForge and White Planes. He marched through the coutny of Newyork (Newark?) New Jersey. She believes it was in the 8th or 9th regiments.