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location: Toby's Bluff


Al Thomas
17 Jun 1997

Levi THOMAS, born in VA 25 Dec 1775, moved to SC. His wife's name was Martha. Most of the family was born in Colleton County. I'm 7th generation great grandson. I'm trying to find out where he is buried. My father's name is Steve THOMAS and mother's is Helen KEELS. Any THOMAS' wishing to share information with me, I will be grateful. My great grandfather's name was Paul William THOMAS and great grandmother's name was Rebecca Ann HIRES. 

Nieca Sharrard
11 Sep 1997
Seeking any person researching or related to the Jonathan THOMPSON family. Jonathan is found in Colleton District in 1810 and thereafter in Barnwell. He died in 1843/44. Only known children: Wiley O. Thompson (wed Mary Fibbean) and Caroline Beatrix Thompson/Smith (mother: Harriet Smith; wed James Carter). Grandchildren: Jonathan Thompson, s/o Wiley O. and Mary Magdalen (wed Philip Dudley). I suspect I may be a descendent of this family. Any contact/info will be appreciated.
Mary Timmons
1 Aug 1997

Seeking information and/or descendants of the TIMMONS family consisting of three brothers, Thomas, Richard and George, all planters and their families, residing in St Bartholomews Parish, Colleton County. June 1756 Will of Thomas who died February 1761 makes no mention to a wife or children of his own but does mention eldest brother Richard, brother George (residing with Thomas) and his three sons Thomas, George and John; brother John of Baltimore County near Joppa, Maryland and sister Sarah Gallery of Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland. Eldest brother Richard died October 1761, Will drawn May 1760 mentions present wife Mary Ann and children (present and others) Thomas, John, Richard, Mary and Sarah. Located in the Land Records of St. Bartholomew Parish 1764-1768 are a Thomas, Elizabeth and Hannah, are these folks of the same family? 

Michael Dubois
10 Jun 1997
location: TOBY's BLUFF

Need information on location near Islandton called "Toby's Bluff".