Notes for Thomas Hepworth Oswald, Jr.: I have a belief that Thomas H. Oswald was a Very hard person to have as a father. Several reasons: First of all he seemed to have an ego because he call himself Colernal and valued his property on the census very high. He also sent his kids away to school. The Girls seemed to get married at young ages. But, the thing that gets me is his son Thomas M. Oswald dies About 1860 and Thomas H. does not die until 1877 and yet we find Thomas M. kids concidered dumb by the census in Arkansas because the can not read or write. They seem to be living with a sister and in poverty. (?)
More About Thomas Hepworth Oswald, Jr.: Book Ref. 1: "History and Public Records of Midway congressial church".. Book Ref. 2: Reprint Company Publishing, P.O. BOX 540, Sportaksburg, SC 29304. Burial: January 13, 1877, Navel Retirement Home , Gulf Port, Mississippi. Census 1: 1840, Shows Male child Born Between 1820 and 1825. Fits well with Thomas M. Oswald.. Census 2: 1830, Shows Male child Born Between 1820 and 1825. Fits well with Thomas M. Oswald.. Census 3: 1860, Now Lives in New Orleans.. Fact: Born After His Father Died.. Moved: Bet. 1821 - 1824, Followed Jesse Saunders To Woodsville MS. Property: Owned The Plantations. 2 in Miss. Wilkerson Co.and 1 on the cost, Now Mississippi City. 1 in Feliciana Co., LA. Religion: Col. Thomas H. Oswald was on the origanal board of trustees for the woodville Methodist Church.. Will: Gulf Port will was probated..
More About Thomas Hepworth Oswald, Jr. and Ann Turner Sanders: Marriage: September 18, 1816, Jones Co., Georga.
More About Thomas Hepworth Oswald, Jr. and Alphise DeCourual: Marriage: 1836
More About Thomas Hepworth Oswald, Jr. and Lucille Maria Crosby Hanna: Marriage: May 10, 1845, New Orleans, LA.304
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