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|Oct 23 2009, 11:43 PM EDT (current)||JimChumney||77 words added, 2 words deleted|
|Apr 1 2008, 9:59 PM EDT||JimChumney||32 words added, 1 word deleted|
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|Thompson, James||18181/15/1826||James Thompson is included on the 1818 Conecuh County, Alabama Tax List. He had no slaves, no sales of merchandise, and no "wheels of pleasure." One white poll (i.e., person eligible to vote) was enumerated for the household. |
Caution: James Thompson is a fairly common name, and so, there is a reasonable probability that this man was someone other than the Henry County pioneer James Thompson.
|1818 Conecuh County, Alabama Tax List|
|Thompson, James||1/15/1826||Father of Edward Thompson. Mentioned in transaction between George Fagan to Edward Thompson that was witnessed by Elisha Palmore and Ephraim Hutto.||Henry County, Alabama Deed Book A-C, Page 6.|
|Thompson, James E.||4/4/1826||Along with William C. Willis, J. P., witnessed sale of cattle by Thomas Ham to Edward Thompson. |
Note: It appears the middle initial was first recorded as a "C" and, then, overwritten with an "E." However, it's possible it was first an "E" and overwritten as a "C.".
|Henry County, Alabama Deed Book A-C, Page 5.5|