Person:Henry Thompson (43)

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Henry Jack Thompson
b.05 APR 1832 Cocke County, TN, USA
m. 18 DEC 1821
  1. Pvt Samuel G Thompson1830 - 1889
  2. Henry Jack Thompson1832 - 1883
  3. Mary R Thompson1834 - 1874
  4. Evaline ThompsonEst 1836 -
  5. Alva J. Thompson, Jr1842 - 1908
  6. Benjamin ThompsonEst 1843 - 1865
  7. D ThompsonEst 1844 -
  8. R Thompson1849 -
  9. Robert Harvey Thompson, Jr1856 - 1872
m. 14 MAR 1861
  1. Martha Cherokee Thompson1861 - 1940
  2. Harris Lewis Thompson1867 - 1922
  3. Mark S Thompson1869 - 1879
  4. Alva Amber Thompson1872 - 1940
  5. Mary Eva Thompson1874 - 1945
  6. Thompson Turner Thompson1878 - 1961
  7. Charles H Thompson1882 - 1907
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Henry Jack Thompson
Gender Male
Birth[1][3][2][4] 05 APR 1832 Cocke County, TN, USA
Alt Birth[10] 05 APR 1832 Bradley County, TN, USA
Occupation[11] 1850 a farmers
Other[12][52] 20 AUG 1851 Bradley County, TN, USAMilit-Beg
Residence[13][14] 1859 Veal Station, Parker County, TX, USA
Residence[15] 1860 Parker County, TX, USA
Marriage 14 MAR 1861 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAto Jeanette B Ham
Other[16][53] 04 AUG 1861 Milit-End
Occupation[13] BET OCT 1861 AND APR 1863 an in charge of a cattle ranch belonging to his father-in-law
Residence[17] 1863 Jack County, TX, USA
Occupation[3] 1864 Jack County, TX, USAa stock raiser
Occupation[13] ABT 1864 Emporia, Lyon County, KS, USAan engaged in mechandising
Occupation[13] ABT 1864 UT, USAa freighter
Other[3][19][20][55] 14 FEB 1864 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAMilit-Beg
Other[19][20][56] 01 APR 1864 Milit-End
Other[18][54] BET 24 MAY 1864 AND 13 JUN 1864 San Elizario, El Paso County, TX, USANote
Other[3][57] 09 JUL 1864 Santa Fe County, NM, USANote
Occupation[21] 1865 Jack County, TX, USAa chief justice (county judge)
Residence[15] 1866 Parker County, TX, USA
Occupation[22][23] 1867 Parker County, TX, USAa county commissioner
Residence[24] 1868 Jack County, TX, USA
Residence[25][58] 1868 Parker County, TX, USA
Occupation? FROM 18 OCT 1869 TO MAY 1870 Police Court (under military rule), , , Jack County, TX, USAa county commissioner
Occupation[9][26] ABT 1870 a government contractor
Census[27] 01 JUN 1870 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Occupation[9] ABT 1871 Big Sandy, Upshur County, TX, USAa superintendent of government mills
Property? 09 JAN 1871 Parker County, TX, USA240 acres from W. Rider
Property? 13 SEP 1871 Carroll Creek, , Jack County, TX, USAa patent for 240 acres 6 miles north of Jacksboro on
Residence[30] 1872 Jack County, TX, USA
Residence[9] 1873 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[21][62] 1873 TX, USA
Residence[31][14] 1873 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[9] ABT 1873 Tarrant County, TX, USAa cattle rancher
Property? 20 MAR 1873 North Creek, , Jack County, TX, USAcertificate for 320 acres
Property? 19 JUN 1874 North Creek, , Jack County, TX, USAfield notes on 320 acres
Property? 15 JAN 1875 North Creek, , Jack County, TX, USA320 acres from W. N. McKamey
Occupation[35] 1880 a farmer
Residence[36] 1880 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Census[37] 01 JUN 1880 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property? 23 MAY 1881 Ash Creek, , Parker County, TX, USAsurvey describing the metes and bounds of 279 acres being the south part of south part of section 40 on
Property[49] 03 APR 1882 Ash Creek, , Parker County, TX, USAsection 26 (469 27/100 acres)
Property[39] 03 APR 1882 Ash Creek, , Parker County, TX, USAthe south part of section 40 (279 acres)
Property[50] 03 APR 1882 Parker County, TX, USAnorth part of section 40 (155 2/10 acres)
Property[40] 01 MAY 1882 Parker County, TX, USAsurvey describe the metes and bounds of north part of section 40 (155 2/10 acres)
Property[41] 13 MAY 1882 Silver Creek, , Parker County, TX, USAsection 2 block 1 (600 acres)
Death[5][6][2][51] 26 AUG 1883 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9] Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Probate[42][70] 06 APR 1886 Parker County, TX, USA
Probate[43][71] 03 JUN 1886 Parker County, TX, USA
Probate[44][72] 08 JUN 1886 Parker County, TX, USA
Probate[45][73] 14 APR 1887 Parker County, TX, USA
Probate[46][74] 11 JUN 1887 Jack County, TX, USA
Probate[47][75] 15 JUL 1887 Parker County, TX, USA
Probate[48][76] 15 JUL 1889 Parker County, TX, USA
Burial[2][7][8] Thompson Family Cemetery, 6520 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAFindAGrave.com
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 James David Farmer. Martha Cherokee Farmer, death certificate 25536 (11 June 1940), Texas Department of Health--Bureau of Vital St. (11 June 1940).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Thompson Family Cemetery, Carswell Golf Club, 6520 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 7611
    Henry J. Thompson tombstone, read by Richard Tonsing, 9 March 1999.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Records of the Adjutant Generals Office Civil War--Confederate Soldiers--Texas, Subject: Thompson, Henry Jack,.
  4. Westerman, Bryan. "Bryan Westerman (bw3589.at.gmail.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamboo Way, Fair Oak
    Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 21:23, Thompson Information, 1673 Thompson Births.Png.
  5. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 22858
    Affidavits.
  6. 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)
    283.
  7. Paul Woodburn Smith. "Paul Woodburn Smith (5400 Frederick Ln 47, Austin, Texas 78744-2731, pauls.at.stic.net) to Richard Tonsing.",
    April 19, 1996 letter with Thompson Cemetery list.
  8. Roper, Mrs. Homer L.; Daughters of the American Revolution. Thompson Cemetery (Sometimes Called Farmer), Record Type: typed list, Subject: Thompson Public and Family Ceme. (1958).
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 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.
  10. 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.
  11. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Bradley County, Tennessee, National Archives and Records. (1850)
    Robert H. Thompson household, p. 229/460, dwelling 1273, family 1273.
  12. Westerman, Bryan. "Bryan Westerman (bw3589.at.gmail.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamboo Way, Fair Oak
    Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 21:23, Thompson Information, 1673 Major In Tennessee Army.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 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)
    283-284.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Race, Lila Bunch. Pioneer Fort Worth, Texas: The Life, Times and Families of South Tarrant County Families Researched by Genealo. (Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, 1976)
    41.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Thompson Surname, Record Type: Vertical File. (1999)
    List of Registered Voters-1867.
  16. Westerman, Bryan. "Bryan Westerman (bw3589.at.gmail.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamboo Way, Fair Oak
    Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 21:23, Thompson Information, Confederacy findings 1.
  17. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    23.
  18. Records of the Adjutant Generals Office Civil War--Confederate Soldiers--Texas, Subject: Thompson, Henry Jack,
    on a descriptive roll of Texan Union refugees and deserters who arrived at San Elizario, Texas.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Race, Lila Bunch. Pioneer Fort Worth, Texas: The Life, Times and Families of South Tarrant County Families Researched by Genealo. (Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, 1976)
    175.
  20. 20.0 20.1 Westerman, Bryan. "Bryan Westerman (bw3589.at.gmail.com) to Richard Tonsing". Held by Richard Tonsing (4742 Bamboo Way, Fair Oak
    Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 21:23, Thompson Information, Confederacy findings 2.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Johanna Thompson (1:7320). "Johanna Thompson (1:7320) (Thomp1111.at.aol.com) to Richard Tonsing.", Recipient: Richard Tonsing , Author E-
    Date: Sat, 9 Sep 2000 01:26:09 EDT, Subject: Re: Thompson Family.
  22. Smythe, H. Historical Sketch of Parker County and Weatherford, Texas. (W. M. Morrison, Waco, Texas, 1973, Second Date, 1877)
    199.
  23. Grace, John S.; Jones, R. B. A New History of Parker County. (Parker County Historical Commission, Weatherford, Texas, 1987, Second Date, 1906)
    142.
  24. Miscellaneous Records of Jack County, Texas. (Ingmire Publications, Saint Louis, Missouri, 1981)
    Registered Voters in Jack County, Texas 1867-1875, p. 36.
  25. Thompson Surname, Record Type: Vertical File. (1999)
    1868 Poll Tax List of Parker County Texas.
  26. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1870)
    10.
  27. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1870)
    Henry J. Thompson household, Page 10, dwelling 77, family 78.
  28.   General Land Office. Bounty, Record Number: ROB-B-1074
    Transferred by W. Rider.
  29.   General Land Office. Bounty, Record Number: FAN-B-1174. (13 Sep 1871)
    Patent.
  30. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    28-29.
  31. Jack County Genealogical Society. The History of Jack County Texas. (Curtis Media Corporation, Dallas, Texas, 1985)
    446.
  32.   General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File FAN-S-9923 1/2
    Certificate.
  33.   General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File FAN-S-9923 1/2
    Field Notes.
  34.   General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File FAN-S-9923 1/2
    Transfer.
  35. United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1880)
    ED 97 p. 21.
  36. Probate Records, 1850-1941; Probate Docket Index, 1850-1988, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham , Url:www.scribd.com/doc
    Ham, Berry Lewis.
  37. United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1880)
    Henry Thompson household, ED 97 p. 21/202, dwelling 3, family 3.
  38.   General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8082
    Field Notes.
  39. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8082
    Application to Purchase.
  40. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 22858
    Field Notes.
  41. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 9050
    Application.
  42. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 9050
    Field Notes.
  43. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 9050
    Patent.
  44. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8083
    field notes.
  45. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 22858
    Patent.
  46. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File FAN-S-9923 1/2
    Patent.
  47. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8083
    Patent.
  48. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8082
    Patent.
  49. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 8083
    Application to Purchase.
  50. General Land Office. Patent, Record Number: File 22858
    Application.
  51. ||home
  52. a 1st Major in the 144th Tennessee Militia Regiment
  53. as Texas ranger in Capt. Thompson's Minute Men company
  54. He appeared on a descriptive roll of Texan Union refugees and deserters
  55. as a Confederate Capt. Texas State Militia
  56. deserted
  57. Confederate Texas Henry Jack Thompson, Capt.., Texas State Militia, appears as shown below on a Report of the proceedings of a Board of Officers convened at Fort Marcy, N. Mex.., July 9, 11 and 12, 1864, pursuant to S. O. No. 25, par.VIII, Department of New Mexico, Assistant adjutant General's Office, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 9, 1864. States he was born in Cocke County, Tenn.. by occupation a stock raiser, 6 feet high, brown hair, dark eyes and complexion. At thecommencement of the rebellion resided in Jack county Texas. Capt.. in Texas State Militia deserted the Confederate Service to avoid fighting against the United States, has taken his oath of allegiance and is willing to take up arms indefense of the U. S. against all enemies.
  58. poll
  59.   a county commissioner
  60.   240 acres from W. Rider
  61.   a patent for 240 acres 6 miles north of Jacksboro on
  62. paid occupational taxes for Real Estate Broker
  63.   certificate for 320 acres
  64.   field notes on 320 acres
  65.   320 acres from W. N. McKamey
  66.   survey describing the metes and bounds of 279 acres being the south part of south part of section 40 on
  67.   the south part of section 40 (279 acres)
  68.   survey describe the metes and bounds of north part of section 40 (155 2/10 acres)
  69.   section 2 block 1 (600 acres)
  70. arranged for a survey of the metes and bounds of section 2 block 1 (600 acres)
  71. received a patent on section 2 block 1
  72. ordered a survey describing the metes and bounds of section 26 (469.27 acres)
  73. was granted a patent on the north part of section 40
  74. was awarded a patent on 320 acres
  75. was granted final title to section 26
  76. received final title to the south part of section 40