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Nathaniel TOMLINSON (son of Unknown TOMLINSON and Unknown MILLER?) was born 15 Oct 1747 in Frederick Co., MD, and died Bet. 1833 - 1840 in Pulaski Co, KY. He married Elizabeth UNKNOWN.

 Includes NotesNotes for Nathaniel TOMLINSON:
First listed on the 1820 Pulaski Co, KY Census:
Nathaniel Tummelson
Male: 1, age 45 and over
Female: 1, age 45 and over
Re: Charlie Tomlinson - AR, OK
Posted by: Sally Ryan Tomlinson Date: February 01, 1999 at 14:07:58
In Reply to: Charlie Tomlinson - AR, OK by Sharon Neill of 734

Buddy Tomlinson, 2, AR was on the 1870 Dover Twp., Pope Co., AR census, 345, 151/153, with Van Reves Tomlinson, 39, KY, and Margaret, 28, VA. Charles et al were in Liberty Twp., Pope, in 1900, p.5, when Van Tomlinson, b. Aug 1832 KY, wife Amelia, Mar 1854, TN, and daughter Nora J., Mar 1877, AR were in Dover Twp., p. 8.

Van Tomlinson, b. 20 Aug 1833, Pulaski Co., KY m. 1 June 1865, Pope Co., AR, Margaret Hobbs, daughter of James. Children: Charles, m. Aug 1888 Jeffrie Henderson, who d. Mary 1890; Mary A., Nora J., Mattie May. (Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Western Arkansas, Yell and Pope Cos., 1891) Van, a Democrat, was a cotton and corn farmer with 300 acres, a frame house and houses for his tenants. (Ibid.) He was a son of Charles Tomlinson.

Charles was born ca. 1804, Pulaski Co., KY, d. 1873, Pope Co., AR, son of John Tomlinson and Rachel Neal, daughter of Charles Neal. Charles no doubt was named for his maternal grandfather.
Charles was Pulaski sheriff, kept a hotel, managed a drygoods store in Somerset, KY, and was the Somerset postmaster in 1832. (Alma Owen Tibbls, A History of Pulaski Co., KY, 85) (John was postmaster in 1817.)

Charles m. 8 Oct 1825, Pulaski, Susan Wood, b. Pulaski, d. ca. 1869, Pope, daughter of James Wood. On the 1830 Pulaski census, 56, Charles Tummilson: 1 m., 1f. b. 1800-1810; 1 f. 1815-1820; 1 m. 1820-1825. Charles was granted 125 acres on Pitmans Creek, Pulaski, 18 Mar 1833 and another 70 acres 20 May 1835. (B2:337, F2:247, in Virginia Land Grants in Kentucky) They moved to Pope Co., AR ca. 1836, bought government land, and Charles was on the census there in 1840. Ca. 1848 he joined the California gold rush; Charles was on the 1850 census in El Dorado, CA, while Susan was on the census back in Pope.

John Tomlinson, probably b. 1775-1780, possibly in Loudon Co., VA, d. 1852-1860, Pulaski. He m.1 26 Jan 1803, Pulaski, Rachel Neal, and 15 Apr 1826 her sister, Rebecca Neal Smith McKinney. (There may have been other marriages.) Charles Neal died by Nov 1826, Pulaski; John was administrator of his estate. (Pulaski WB 2, 329; 6, 271) John, 60, VA was on the 1850 Pulaski census; John deeded land to heirs of his son Solomon 29 May 1852.

John had a water grist mill and owned and operated an iron foundry in Somerset. The 1810 Somerset census, 133, shows John Tummelson, b. 1765-1784, with 2 m., 1 f. 1784-1794; 3 m. 1800-1810. In 1820, p. 53: b. 1775-1794. The 1830 census, p. 56, is of particular interest: 1 m. b. 1740-1750, 1 m. 1770-1780, 1 f. 1790-1800,, 1m, 1f 1800-1810, 1m., 2 f. 1810-1815, 1m., 1f. 1815-1820. (Charles was listed separately on the same page.) Were those two oldest men in 1830 John and his father? Was his father Nathaniel Tomlinson?

Nathaniel Tummelson was on the 1820 Somerset census, p. 69; 1 m. b. 1730-1740, 1m 1770-1780, 1 f. 1805-1810. Nathaniel Tomlinson, 86, Pulaski, was granted a $20 pension 21 Dec 1833 as a Revolutionary War private in the Virginia Militia, one of 43 pensioners in Pulaski. (Anderson Chenault Quisenberry, Revolutionary War Soldiers in Kentucky, 203)

In his pension application S31431, Nathaniel said he was born 15 Oct 1747 in Frederick Co., MD; was a private in Capt. John Luckett's Co., Col. Peyton's Regiment, of Virginia; marched to Philadelphia, where the army was commanded by George Washington; was discharged, and returned to Loudon Co., VA. In 1781 he enlisted as a private in Capt. Thomas Cannon's Co., Col. Risby's Regiment, Virginia; marched to near Williamsburg, VA, and was discharged about 10 days before the surrender of Cornwallis. He returned to Loudon for about 20 years, moved to Westmoreland Co., PA, and then to Pulaski Co., KY. The papers mention an older sister, not named. (S31431, National Archives)

The DAR years ago mistakenly coalesced this Nathaniel with the one in Lancaster Co., SC and Putnam Co., GA; the lineages in DAR Books 47, 434; 77, 183; 102, 174, are thus in error.

A Nathaniel Tomlinson was a blacksmith in Frederick Co., MD in 1751. (Note that John had an iron foundry in Pulaski.) A 1751 deed to Joseph Tomlinson records his wife's name as Sarah. This probably was the same Nathaniel who was constable of Marsh hundred, Frederick, and who had two brothers (not identified, but most likely Joseph and John; a Benjamin married to a Mary also was in Frederick) in his district. (See Millard Rice's book of early Frederick records.) A Nathaniel Tomlinson was killed by Indians in April 1762 "in the back country." (Maryland Gazette, 29 Apr 1762; New-York Post, 13 May 1762; New-York Mercury, 17 May 1762) The inventory of Nathaniel Tomlinson was recorded 30 Oct 1765, when his next of kin were identified as John Tomlinson and Thomas Lazear; administrator Arthur Charlton.

There still was a Nathaniel Tomlinson in Frederick in 1771. (Liber W, Frederick land Records, in Western Maryland Magazine, 1987, 3, 105) Was he a son of Nathaniel or of John, both there and associated with Joseph Tominson in 1745 (Prince George's Co.)?

Nathaniel of Pulaski was NOT the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Rebecca Swearingen; their son Nathaniel died in Adams Co., MS ca. 1814 leaving a will naming his siblings.

from Sally Ryan Tomlinson
TOMLINSON Family (from the Loudon Co, VA GenWeb Query)

Posted by Don McCalister on Sat, 16 Oct 1999, in response to TOMLINSON family, posted by allan tomlinson on Sun, 03 Oct 1999


Rev War pension appl (abstract: "TOMLINSON, NATHANIEL, VA Line, S31431, sol was b 15 Oct 1747 in Frederick Co MD & he lived in Loudoun Co VA at enl & he lived there some 20 yrs after the Rev then moved to Westmoreland Co PA & in 1820 he moved to Pulaski Co KY where he applied 18 Nov 1833." Appears in 1820 U. S. Census, Pul. Co., KY. Appears in hshld of John Tomlinson, Sr., in 1830 Census, Somerset, Pul. Co., KY. Does not appear in 1840 KY Census. Frank D. Neter names Nathaniel's spouse as Elizabeth (Baker)Harvey. There's more; e-mail if interested; hope to share info/you.
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Fauquier Co., VA>Pulaski Co., KY:Nath'l.
Posted by: Sally Ryan Tomlinson Date: July 03, 2000 at 14:43:26
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For those of you who long have been speculating about the relationship of Nathaniel Tomlinson, the RW veteran from Frederick Co., MD, and John Tomlinson, Sr., who had an iron foundry in Pulaski Co., KY, evidence is at hand, thanks to the research of Allan J. Tomlinson.

Nathaniel Tumbleston appeared alone on the 1795 personal property tax list in Fauquier Co., VA; William Tomlin, John Tomlin, Sr. and John Tomlin, Jr. also were listed separately. Then on the 1798 list, "Names of free males chargeable above age 16," it recorded 16 July "Tumbleston, Nathaniel John Tumbleston" on the same line, one of few such listings. In 1810, "Tumblestone, Nathan and Soloman Tumbleston" were listed jointly on the same line.

Further evidence may be gleaned from a Fauquier Chancery Court case, Tumbleston v. Flourees. Nathaniel Tumbleston, complaining, said that in 1803 he lived near Rector Town in Fauquier, which is just south of the Loudon Co., VA line. On 25 Feb 1806, Nathaniel said L6.13.0 was a debt "due this respondent by John Tumbleston son to the complt., that at the time the said John purchased the goods of this respondent he was at work for the complt. and some time about (blank space) he removed to Kentucky."

This would be the Nathaniel Tomlinson, b. 15 Oct 1747, Frederick Co., MD, aged 85 when he filed a RW pension application in Pulaski Co., KY 18 Nov 1833 saying he had been a Virginia Militia private, first in Capt. John Luckett's Co., Col. Peyton's Regiment, then in 1781, Capt. Thomas Cannon's Co., Col. Risby's Regiment, and that he had returned to Loudon Co., Va after the war, lived there about 20 years, then in Westmoreland Co., PA and then Pulaski Co., KY. His papers do not name any relatives; they refer to an older sister, but do not name her. (S31431)

Years ago the DAR accepted lines erroneously coalescing this Nathaniel with a line in Putnam Co., GA. which stemmed from Lancaster Co., SC and, further back, Southside Virginia.

John of Pulaski, b. 1775-1780, m. 26 Jan 1803, Pulaski, Rachel Neal, and by Nov 1826,her sister, Rebecca Neal Smith McKinney, daughters of Charles Neal.There may have been an earlier marriage; the birthdate of Solomon Tomlinson of Pulaski generally is put ca. 1800. Solomon was an unusal name among the Tomlinsons of that era; its presence in Fauquier and in Pulaski are further evidence of the link to Nathaniel.

John Luckett, son of William and Charity (Middleton) Luckett, was born about 1751 in the Lower District of Frederick County. Sometime before the Revolution he married Molly Anne (???), born about 1755.

Children of John and Molly Anne Luckett

1. Philip Hussey Luckett, born 1775.
2. Samuel Noland Luckett married twice. q.v.
3. William Meroney Luckett.
4. John Middleton Luckett, M. D., born 1782, killed in duel at Louisville by George F. Strother.
5. Sarah Luckett.

At majority John Luckett removed to Loudon County, Virginia, where during the Revolution he commanded a militia company of that county and participated at the seige of Yorktown. [10]

According to the tax list of Sugar Land Hundred, Frederick County, Maryland, in 1783, John Luckett was seized of "Congor" and "Disappointment", 40 miles from Georgetown on which were located three log houses and two tobacco houses. On March 9, 1785, as a resident of Loudon County, Virginia, he deeded these tracts to Thomas Hussey Luckett. Molly Anne Luckett, his wife, waived her right of dower.

On October 17, 1787, he conveyed to Stephen Newton Chiswell, of Montgomery County, land known as "Accord", originally patented by William Cumming and James Edmondson, of Prince Georges County, and by them deeded to John Willcoxen who by will devised it to John Wilcoxen, alias Windsor, and by him conveyed to William Luckett.

The will of John Luckett was dated November 24, 1783, and admitted to probate in Loudon County, Virginia, on November 25, 1793. He named his wife Molly Anne; his four sons Phil Hussey, Samuel Noland, William Merony, and John Middleton; and his daughter Sally Luckett. His widow and brother Levin Luckett were appointed executors.
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Re: Phineas Tomlinson on Virginia
Posted by: Chris Hegyi Date: July 19, 2000 at 19:13:32
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I am searching for information on Phineas Tomlinson of Virginia who married Jemima Watts in 1825.
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Re: Phineas Tomlinson on Virginia
Posted by: Sally Ryan Tomlinson Date: July 21, 2000 at 14:28:30
In Reply to: Phineas Tomlinson on Virginia by Chris Hegyi of 1132

Phineas Tomlinson m. 22 Dec 1825, Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA, Jemima Watts; m. by J. Dunn, Protestant Episcopal, who also married Thomas Tomlinson and Acsah Iden in 1807. (Vogt & Kethley, Loudon Co., VA Marriages, 1760-1850, 202); Aurelia M. Jewell, Loudon Co., VA Marriage Records to 1891, 94)

In 1850, a Phineas Tomlison was in Salem Twp., Muskegon Co., OH,aged 76 (16?), with John, 17. Phineas L. Tomlinson enlisted 3 July 1861 as a private in C. Co., 35th Infantry Regiment, IL, and 21 Mar 1864 as a private in H. Co. 7th Cavalry Regiment, IL. (1166067)
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Re: Phineas Tomlinson on Virginia
Posted by: Sally Ryan Tomlinson Date: September 13, 2000 at 19:43:30
In Reply to: Re: Phineas Tomlinson on Virginia by Chris Hegyi of 1132

Appreciate data on children of Phineas, which might suggest his parents.
A William Tomlinson, b. by 1765, was on the 1810 Loudon Co., VA census, p. 288, the same p. as Mary Tomlinson, 00100-00101-00. Thomas Tomlinson, 1 m. 16-26; 1 f. b. by 1765, also was there; in 1820 only Mary. In 1816, William Tomlinson and his sister Mary migrated to Washington Co., OH; their brother Thomas, who m. Acsah Iden, to Perry Co, OH.

Mary, wife of William Tomlinson, was received at Fairfax MM 26.6.1786 from Wrightstown MM, Bucks Co., PA, and endorsed to Goose Creek 7.2.1786 "where she now resides." William d. 1797-1802; I do not have his will. (Loudon WB F, 190)

After the RW Nathaniel Tomlinson, b. 15 Oct 1747, Frederick Co., MD, lived in Loudon some 20 years, moved to Westmoreland Co., PA and to Pulaski Co., KY, where he drew a RW pension. As Nathaniel Tumblestone he was listed as a taxpayer in 1782, as was Richard Tumblin. (For Nathaniel, see my posting on this forum for Nathaniel Tomlinson of Fauquier Co., VA.)
"NATHANIEL TOMLINSON, VA Line, S7744, sol was b 15 Oct 1747 in Frederick Co, MD and he lived in Loudoun Co, VA at enl and he lived there some 20 years after the Rev, then moved to Westmoreland Co, PA and in 1820 he moved to Pulaski Co, KY were he appl 18 Nov 1833."
from Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Vol III: N-Z, abstracted by Virgil D. White, 1992, page 3514
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Jones vs. Tomlinson.--Orator is David Jones. In 1772 David Jones made
a settlement on Grave Creek, in Ohio County. Joseph Tomlinson obtained a
settlement certificate for himself and Charles McLean. In 1770 David Owings
made settlement near Jones, which was confirmed by law of 1799. Settlement
made in 1771 on land of Joseph Coving, land claimed by Jones, by
Nathaniel Tomlinson, who transferred to Joseph. In 1772 Nathaniel sold to
Campbell and Talin. Benjamin Biggs was a justice of Ohio County, and
Silas Hedges was sheriff in 1785. The Commissioners to settle unpatented
lands in 1781 were: James Neal, Charles Martin, and William Haymond
(Hayward); William McClung was chairman. Charles McClean deposes, in
Fayette County, Pennsylvania, 1804: He first went to Grave Creek Flats in
1772, where he saw George R. Clarke, who surveyed the Flats into various
tracts. Plaintiff acted under the Indiana Company. Charles McClean moved
with his family to Grave Creek Flats in December, 1773, and settled at
McClains's Spring. He left in May, 1774, in consequence of the breaking out
of Dunmore's war. Morgan Jones deposes, in Jueen County, Pennsylvania:
He first visited the Flats in 1772. Plaintiff had employed George Rogers
Clark to survey the Flats into tracts. The first tract was laid off for
Morgan Jones. Second for Joseph Tomlinson. Third for David Jones, plaintiff.
The line passed over one of the little graves. Charles McDonald was
also one of the settlers.
Loudoun Co, VA Chronology of Records 1800-????
Note: Except where otherwise noted, all 1800s Loudoun Deeds were abstracted by Combs Researcher Thom Mont.
25 March 1800 Loudoun County Deeds, 1757-1812. B&S 2A, f. 159 . For L125 Tract owned by Andrew COMBS. 78 acres. THIS INDENTURE made this twenty fifth Day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred Between Mary COMBS, John COMBS and Ann his wife Mahlon COMBS and Sarah his wife Israel COMBS and Jane his wife all of the County of Loudon and State of Virginia of the one part & William TOMLINSON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part...a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County and State aforesaid it being the one Moeity or half of a tract that Andrew COMBS (Deceased) died possessed of which tract is bounded as followeth Viz beginning at a stone and Maple in a branch in a line of the original thence south 545 W 20% poles to a black oak marked H corner to the original thence with the original line at 15% E poles to a stone and black oak .... containing 70 acres 1 Rood and 20 poles of land be the same more or less and all houses buildings ways waters watercourses orchards profits commodities Hereditaments & appurtanences whatsoever to the said premises... Signed Sealed & Delivered In the presence of Matthew RUST, John MUDD, Temple SMITH.
Mary (her M mark) COMBS
John (his / mark) COMBS
Nancy (her / mark) COMBS
Mahlon COMBS
Sarah (her 7 Mark) COMBS
Israel (his M mark) COMBS [mark looks like a three-tonged comb]
Jane (her / mark) COMBS
(TM: I have a photocopy of this and will transcribe later - it is rather lengthy).
Notes: The above are Mary, widow of Andrew COMBS I of Tonoloways, and her three youngest sons: RW John & Nancy GREEN (Vinnander) COMBS; RW Mahlon & Sarah COMBS; and Israel and Jane COMBS. The land may have been the 150 acres purchased by Andrew in 1766. Also note that there were two Israel and Jane COMBS (See the 1815 marriage of Israel COMBS (s/o RW Mahlon I?) and Jane BOLLING).
9 Sep 1800 Loudon Co, VA Order Book - Indenture of bargain and sale between Mary COMBS and John COMBS and Nancy his Wife, Mahlon COMBS and Sarah his Wife of the one part and William TOMLINSON of the other part was proved by the oaths of Matthew ROUST John MUDD and Temple SMITH the subscribing Witnesses thereto and Ordered to be recorded.

from Combs Family Site
Subj: Nathaniel T.
Date: 8/2/2001 7:02:42 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: (marguerite garvey)

My thinking is Thomas Tomlinson of Harrison is listed in what was put together on Solomon's family, why would they bother if it was not so? Also according to Alan T. they think Nathaniel T. born 1747 had a first marriage and at least one dau. who m. a Phillip Wolfe and lvd Zanesville , my Soloman lvd. Zansville 1824-1837 at least, he was in Fayette Co. PA in 1812 then Louden Co. area. My sources also list a bro. John for Sol. I note John of Pulaski named a son Solomon. In the family notes one of Sol. sons visited [ one of the Moundsville men ] and was amazed at their physical resemblance. These are the reasons I am exploring this line. In working on another linethe first child of a couple married before the 1850 census, wasn't recorded in the m. of the county they lvd. consequsently I would have missed her if one of the line had not contacted me. First , second and somes third marriages lead to confusion among the siblings. Also some hard feelings some times. Thanks Marguerite
Library of Virginia, Search Results

Index to Wills and Administrations: CATALOG CARD
NAME Tomlinson, Nathaniel.
DATE 1782
SOURCE Will Book D, 1782-1789 (Reel 14)
p. 41-42. Will pro. 16 May 1782.
NOTE Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 - 1800)
PLACE Sussex County (Va.)
FORM Wills. aat.
COLLECTION Virginia wills and administrations.
Index to Wills and Administrations: CATALOG CARD
NAME Tomlinson, John.
DATE 1762
SOURCE Will Book A, 1754-1764 (Reel 13)
SOURCE Will Book B, 1764-1772 (Reel 13)
p. 101. Accounts rec. 18 Dec. 1766.
p. 99-100. Inv. rec. 18 Dec. 1766.
p. 238-239. Will pro. 20 May 1762.
NOTE Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 - 1800)
PLACE Sussex County (Va.)
FORM Wills. aat.
COLLECTION Virginia wills and administrations.
Index to Wills and Administrations: CATALOG CARD
NAME Tomlinson, John.
DATE 1782
SOURCE Will Book No. 1, 1781-1806 (Reel 7)
p. 8-10. Will pro. 24 Jan. 1782.
p. 15. Inv. rec. 25 April 1782.
NOTE Part of index to Greensville County Wills and Administrations (1781 - 1800)
PLACE Greensville County (Va.)
FORM Wills. aat.
COLLECTION Virginia wills and administrations.
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John Tomlinson, Orange, VA>Boone Co., KY
Posted by: Sally Ryan Tomlinson Date: January 28, 2001 at 20:59:17
In Reply to: Rev. Wars Soldier's Ky. Sally Ryan Tomli by Fran Hofstetter of 1567

John Tomlinson, b. 1759/1760 (81, RW pensioner, 1840)VA; d. 9 Jan-Dec 1844, Boone Co., KY (Boone WB D, 473); m. 29 June 1778/80, St, Thomas, Orange Co., VA, Mildred White, spinster, of St. Thomas Parish; William White, surety. (Orange Co., VA DB 17, in Virginia Magazine of Hisotry, Vol. 26, 195) Son of William Tomlinson of Orange, who d. 1809, Fayette Co., KY. John was on the census in Boone in 1820, 1830 and 1840.

John had a son, William, b. 1778-1794, dec'd by 1844; son John, b. 1780-1790; granddaughter Pamelia Jarrell, wife of Benjamin F. Jarrell, and Milly Jarrell, wife of Ansalem Jarrell. (Will)

John's pension records said in 1777 he was living in Orange Co., VA and was hauling pork from Fredericksburg when he, his wagon and team were pressed into service for six months as a teamster; almost a year later he volunteered in the Company of Vapt. John Scott of Orange for three months; later he was drafted into the Company of Capt. Bery under Capt. Roe. He moved to Culpeper Co., VA, and was drafted for three months under Capt. Kirtley . . .(VA S16555)He was 1 of 38 pensioners in Boone. (Anderson Chenault Quisenberry, Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky, 203)
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Loudon Co, VA
by Nettie Schreiner-Yantis

Tax List A
3 Apr 1787
NATHANIEL TUMBLESTON, Henry Axline, Christian Beagle, David Beagle, Jacob Beavers, Nicholas Border, Martin Bower, Abraham Carn, Paul Freed, Conrad Hickman, Jacob Hickman, Peter Hickman, Elias Miller, Peter Mower, Michael Roarer, Peter Stover, Jacob Waltman, Margarett Winnan, William Winnan, Jr., William Winnan, Sr., George Witt.

Tax List B
16 Apr 1787
WILLIAM TUMLINSON, John Combs, Gideon Cummings, Joseph Garrett, Silas Garrett, Amos Hibbs, Thomas Matthews, Cornelius Ringo, Jacob Slack, William Sudduth, David Thomas, Phillip Thomas, Jessee White, John F. Williams.
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1788 for Loudon Co, VA
by Nettie Schreiner-Yantis

Tax List A
1 Apr 1788
NATHANIEL TUMBLESTONE, Henry Bagley, John Bagley, John Cline, Mary Cline, Richard Davis, Benjamin Hamilton, Joseph Hixon, Timothy Hixon, William Hixon, Charles Houghman, Osburne King, Cunard Long, Oliver McCashland, John McGeth, Matthias Nightsinger, William Paxton, Gedion Sands, Jacob Sands, Thomas Shaw, Laurance Shrigley, Thomas Shrigley, Andrew Thompson, Andrew Thompson, Isaac Thompson, Lomax Thompson.

Tax List B
12 Mar 1788
WILLIAM TUMLINSON, Samuel Adams, William Adams, John Alexander, John Borwn, Rachel Burnside, John Cain, Israel Combs, John Combs, Josiah Gregg, Thomas Gregg, Conard Lickey, Anthony Lucus, Thomas Matthews, josiah Merrill, Nicholas Merrill, William Middleton, Arthur Orrison, Joseph Power, Sr., Thomas Power, Thomas Rich.
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1789 for Loudon Co, VA
by Nettie Schreiner-Yantis

Tax List A
10 Mar 1789

Tax List B
30 Mar 1789
Elizabeth (Betsy)Tomlinson Davis
Author: Morris Davis Date: 25 Jun 1999 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Davis, Tomlinson
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Looking for family members by: Allan Tomlinson
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My GG Grandfather Gerry or Gurry Davis was married to Elizabeth(Betsy)Tomlinson and had 8 children in Loudon County: James (my G Grandfather), Phelan, George, William, Thomas, Harrison, Annie and Emily. They moved to Knox County, OH in 1835 where Gerry died. I have no information on Elizabeth. Any relation? Bud Davis
Author: Allan Tomlinson Date: 3 Oct 1999 12:00 PM GMT
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Seeking information on NATHANIEL & ELIZABETH who lived in Loudon co./Fauquier Co (probably Rectortown) in the period 1790-1820. Their daughters Elizabeth, Polly and Rachael married Peter Wolfe (1795), George Bartlett (1804) and George Whiteacrd (1807) respectively. A son Thomas was born in 1800 in Leesburg.
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Author: Allan Tomlinson Date: 4 Jun 1999 12:00 PM GMT
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Nathaniel TOMLINSON lived in or around Leesburg, Loudoun Co. Va. in 1800 when his son Thomas, my great, great grand father was born. Other children born around this time and location are Philip,Sarah,Nancy,Rupert,Joseph,James. He was married to a DEFRANCE. Seeking any information.
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 18:31:33 -0500 (CDT)
From: Allan Tomlinson

Seeking any information on Tomlinson family who lived in Loudon Co. 1800
- 1830. Family members include Nathaniel, Philip, Rupert, Joseph,
James, Sarah, Nancy and Thomas. Likely they lived near Rectortown.
Date: 3/27/2003 3:57:28 PM Central Standard Time
From: (Allan Tomlinson)

Bob it has been a while since we talked. I continue seeking information
on N. T. specifically where he "disappeared" to from about 20 years
after the RWar when he says he moved to Westmoreland Co.. PA until 1820
when he left for Pulaski Co., KY. Have you any info , old or new, on
what he did during that period in PA ? Any remarriages,children,
staying with relatives? I have disconnected evidence but cant make any
fit, e.g., a N.T. married a Rachael Wynn in 1812 in VA. The Wynn`s were
a big family in Westmoreland Co, PA and adjacent Fayette Co. PA. Lots
of these kinds of "coincidences" but nothing substantive. Any
suggestions ?

Children of Nathaniel TOMLINSON and Elizabeth UNKNOWN are:
  1. +John TOMLINSON, b. Abt. 1778, Loudoun Co, VA, d. Bet. 1852 - 1865, Hickman Co, KY?.
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