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THOMASSON of Newberry, SC; Scott & Mills of Camden Co., GA

Updated November 21, 2012

My father Carl Floyd Thomason (spelled his name with one 's' during the service), moved away from Newberry, SC while in the USArmy. He met and married my mother in Germany while stationed there. When Dad contracted tuberculosis, he was shipped to Denver, CO. to recover. Our family soon joined him but before we did we stayed with his family in Newberry. I met many cousins, aunts and uncle, and Nonnie - my grandmother Madena Scott Thomasson, (Nonnie).
Most of the aunts, uncles and Nonnie are gone now, but many cousins are left.
Since I have posted my homepage, I have met several Thomason cousins. I hope that by keeping this homepage, I will meet many more Thomason's, Scott, and Mill's and help others connect with their distant cousins.
If you are connected to or have information on John W., Arnold P., Andrew Cornelius, or Andrew Carter, please contact.
If you are remotely related to their spouses, Libby Dickert, Harriet Suber, Texie Wilson, Madena Floyd Scott, please contact me.
This page also includes branches of the Scott and Mills family. My grandmother, Madena, was a Scott and her mother was a Mills.

Madena Thomason Whitesell

iluvot2@yahoo.com

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