Person:Stephen Thompson (15)

m. 9 Jan 1728/29
  1. Elisha Thompson1729 - 1812
  2. Sergeant David Thompson1731 - 1807
  3. Deacon Stephen Thompson1734 - 1823
  4. Lydia Thompson1736 - 1816
  5. Gideon Thompson1739 -
  6. James Thompson1741 - 1817
  7. Chloe Thompson1743 - 1814
  8. Lois Thompson1747 - 1824
  • HDeacon Stephen Thompson1734 - 1823
  • WMary Walter1742 - 1821
m. 2 Jan 1760
Facts and Events
Name[2] Deacon Stephen Thompson
Alt Name[1] Deacon Stephen Thomson
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 20 Apr 1734 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Christening[2] 2 Jun 1734 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United StatesFirst Congregational Society
Marriage 2 Jan 1760 Goshen, Litchfield, Connecticut, United Statesto Mary Walter
Alt Marriage 3 Jan 1760 Goshen, Litchfield, Connecticut, United Statesto Mary Walter
Death[3] 25 Feb 1823 Hudson, Summit, Ohio, United States
Burial[3] Old Hudson Township Burying Ground, Hudson, Summit, Ohio, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 V. Stephen Thomson, in Hibbard, A. G. History of the Town of Goshen, Connecticut: with genealogies and biographies based upon the records of Deacon Lewis Mills Norton. (Hartford, CT: Press of the Case: Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1897)

    V. Deacon Stephen Thomson (third son of Gideon, Samuel, John, Anthony), b. April 20, 1734, at New Haven; m. Jan. 3, 1760, Mary, dau. William and Patience Clark Walter; b. May 27, 1742, G.; d. ____. He d. Hudson, O., aged 96 [according to his gravestone, he was 88+ at the time of his death]. He was chosen deacon in the church here at the time of the trouble with Mr. Sherman, and, by the party who, at that time, adhered to Mr. S. It has been said he was chosen to the office by five votes. He resigned the office some time after the reorganization of the church under the Rev. Mr. Hooker. He removed to Hudson, Ohio, about 1800. 'August 30, 1801, a certificate of regular standing in this church was voted to Stephen Thomson, Sen., and his wife, David Hudson, Abraham Thomson and wife, Stephen Thomson, Jr., and wife, George Kilbourn and wife, and Heman Oviatt and wife, all removed from us to the town of Hudson, Ohio, in New Connecticut.' The certificate was preparatory to the formation of a church in Hudson."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Thompson, in Jacobus, Donald Lines. Families of Ancient New Haven. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974)

    "Stephen (Thompson), b 20 Apr 1734 (New Haven Vital Records), bp 2 June 1734 (church record, First Congregational Society, New Haven); …"

  3. 3.0 3.1 Deacon Stephen Thompson, in Find A Grave.