Thompson / Thomson Names found in the North Carolina 1790 United States Census
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1790 Bertie County North Carolina Thompson / Thomson Index

Surname First name Page District / County, NC
Thompson Charles 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson James 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson James 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson John 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson Lewis 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson Noah 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson William 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson William 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thompson Zedekiah 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thomson John 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.
Thomson Zedekiah 15 Edenton District; Bertie Co.

Union County, South Carolina:
Edwards, "N.C. Materials," in N.C. Hist. Rev. VII, 384; Crozer MS, pp. 38-41, Furman MS, pp. 42-43; the Furman manuscript gives 1759, the Crozer manuscript 1760, as the date of migration and organization of Broad River Church; of the thirteen members of the group going on to Fairforest none seemingly obtained a survey or grant on Broad River; Philip Mulkey had a survey of 400 acres made Dec. 9, 1762, In the fork between Broad and Saluda Rivers on Fairforest Creek, a branch of Tyger River (Plats, VII, 364) confirmed to him by grant of June 7, 1763; he later bought land in the section which came to S.C. by exchange with N.C. in 1772, on the south side of Tyger River which was resurveyed by South Carolina in 1773 (Memorials, VI, 144; XIII, 456; CJ, Nov. 9, 1764); Joseph Breed had surveyed July 15, 1765, 100 acres on a branch of Fairforest Creek on the road to Wofford's ford (Plats, VIII, 57); Benjamin Gist 500 acres on Fairforest Creek at the mouth of a branch called Sugar Creek Mar. 5, 1768 (Ibid., IX, 215); Charles Thompson 200 acres on the north side of Tyger River Oct. 12, 1765 (Ibid., X, 166); Thomas Thompson 150 acres on the north side of Tyger River touching Charles Thompson's land Oct. 21, 1772 (Ibid., XX, 337); Obediah Howard 450 acres on branches of Fairforest and Sugar Creek on Feb. 17, 1773 (Ibid., XVII, 113); no plats were found for Stephen Howard or Rachel Collins, who, together with those above and the wives of Philip Mulkey, Joseph Breed, Benjamin Gist, Stephen Howard, and Obediah Howard, made up the thirteen constituents. http://www.landmarkbaptist.org/documents/South_Carolina_Baptists_Leah_Townsend.pdf






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