"Shawna, are you a grandchild of Sylvester Sines? If so we are related through our cousins Don and Ima (granddaughter) Sines Thompson of Florida and Dick and Macil (daughter) Sines Chandler of Alabama. Just a…"
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Research your White families, no matter the spelling variant. Post your questions or findings in teh group discussion forum. See the group topic that lists the known variants of the White Surname.See More
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"My family survived the "Shinnston Tornado" the tornado destroyed the tiny town of Shinnston, West Virginia in abt 1943 killing hundreds of people. My father, as a teenager was drafted by the state to recovery the bodies of the victims. I…"
My Thompson Ancestors are from New York, Penn, and Indiana as far as I have records. I don't have many detailed info on the siblings so we could be related that way. I will send more info later, I am short on time this morning. Thanks for befriending me.
John Thompson had son John Lindsa Thompson b. Dec 24,1827 Montgomery Co. Alabama he married Carolina R Stanley Aug 8, 1876 in Alabama. They had following children, Mary Ann, John Stanley, James Aquilla, Margret Diana, Their son James Aquilla Thimpson b. July 9,1854 in Dadeville, Alabama he married Ellen Donley then Lela Estelle Clay in Texas.
Not in my son-in-law's direct line. But that doesn't mean that there isn't a connection.
Where were these THOMPSONs? I'll check my information. Thanks for question.
I am so new to Genealogy Wise, that I hardly know how it works. Signed up in November. I got off to other things, and forgot to follow through until this week.
I have some great Thompson cousins in the Knoxville area. Any help appreciated. -- Bill Waller