Person:Thomas Riley (13)

Thomas Jacksn Riley
m. 18 March 1807
  1. Thomas Jacksn RileyAbt 1812 - 1885
  2. Jackson RileyAbt 1815 -
  • HThomas Jacksn RileyAbt 1812 - 1885
  • WCelia JohnsonAbt 1820 - Bef 1856
m. bef. 1845
  1. Hugh Lafayette Riley1845 - 1844
  2. Charles B. RileyAbt 1848 -
  3. Louisa J. RileyAbt 1849 -
  4. George F. RileyAbt 1850 -
m. 12 June 1856
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Jacksn Riley
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1812 Russell County, Virginia
Marriage bef. 1845 to Celia Johnson
Marriage 12 June 1856 Russell County, Virginiato Mary Jane Munsey
Death? 9 July 1885 New Garden, Russell County, Virginia
  1.   Virginia, United States. Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940. (FamilySearch Record Search).

    Name: Thomas J. Riley
    Gender: Male
    Marital status: Widowed
    Age: 39
    Birth Date: 1817
    Birth Place: Russell Cty
    Marriage Date: 12 Jun 1856
    Marriage Place: Russell, Virginia
    Father: Daniel Riley
    Mother: Susan Riley
    Spouse: Mary J. Munsey
    FHL Film Number: 33850
    Reference ID: p 6 line 2

  2.   Virginia, United States. Deaths and Burials Index, 1853-1917. (Provo, UT:, 2011).

    Name: Thos J Riley
    Birth Date: abt 1811
    Birth Place: Russell, Virginia
    Death Date: 9 Jul 1885
    Death Place: New Garden, Russell, Virginia
    Death Age: 74
    Occupation: Farmer
    Race: White
    Marital status: Married
    Gender: Male
    Father Name: Daniel Riley
    Mother Name: Susan Riley
    Spouse Name: Eliza Riley
    FHL Film Number: 2048583

  3.   Find A Grave.

    Thomas Jackson Riley
    Birth 1814
    Russell, Russell County, Virginia, USA
    Death 9 Jul 1885 (aged 70–71)
    Russell, Russell County, Virginia, USA
    Burial: Riley Family Cemetery
    Russell County, Virginia, USA

    Thomas Jackson Riley was born abt 1814 in Russell County to Daniel Riley and Susannah Romans. Thomas first was married to Celia Johnson his second wife was Mary Jane Muncy. he was a civil war confederate patriot who served the 72nd virginia. his father Daniel Riley was a revolutionary war patriot who was captured by the british and taken as a prisoner of war on one of britans infamous prison ships.