Doll's Genealogy Site

Notes of Interest

My initial search of the Thomas line began in Tuskegee AL.  However, I was unable to find a definite connection.  Finally, I decided to check out the Montgomery AL census after receiving a copy of my great-grandfather's death certificate. It was indicated that he died in Tuskegee, only 9 months after leaving Montgomery. One of his son'sHampton Boyd Thomas, appears in this photo was his wife.  His last known residence was Detroit, Michigan

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During the early 1920's my mother, Carrie B. Harris and her sister, Johnnie Lee Glenn, were supposedly living with their Aunt Rebecca in Montgomery.   Thus far, this has not been determined.



Hannah Thomas Corellus-Webb
(1940's)
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Orange Thomas was also a Mason.  His lodge affiliation is unknown.

Peggy Thomas died in the early 1900's.  It has been estimated at about 1905, when my grandmother Hannah was a little girl.


Thomas

Orange Thomas, Sr. (b. 1860 d. 12/4/1926) m.
Peggy Thomas (b. 1865. abt 1905)

Children:
Sallie Ann Thomas (b. Dec 1879 d. ?)
Annie Thomas (b. Jul 1883 d. ?)
Rebecca Thomas (b. Jul 1890 d. ?)
Emma Thomas (b. Dec 1893 d. ?)
Hannah Thomas (b. Jun 1895 d. 7/28/1990)
Orange Thomas, Jr. (b. Mar 1898 d. ?))


Siblings of Orange Thomas, Sr

Elen Hampton (b. 1853)


Children of Elen Hampton

Rufus Hampton (b. 1875)