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A whole heap of THOMSONs and associated families - PLEASE CHECK

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Descendants of George Thomson

Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE1 THOMSON was born 1672 in near Dornock, Dumfries-shire, Scotland, and died 1734. He married HELEN WELLS 1703, daughter of JOHN WELLS. She was born Abt. 1685 in Cotteimpan, Linwald, Scotland near Dumfries, and died 1759.

George Thomson was made a Burgess of Glasgow in 1704. He was a linen merchant. He was made a Burgess of Dunferline in 1722. All told, he had 8 daughters and 2 sons.[THOMSON WINTERBOTTOM RYAN SPAIN LABOUFF.FTW]

George Thomson was made a Burgess of Glasgow in 1704. He was a linen merchant. He was made a Burgess of Dunferline in 1722. All told, he had 8 daughters and 2 sons.

More About GEORGE THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1672, Born on farm of Butterholes; part of the estate of Sir Frederick Johnson, Baronet of Westerhall, as of 1903
Fact 2: 1704, Made Burgess of Glasgow; he also was a linen merchant
Fact 3: 1722, Made Burgess of Dunferline

Children of GEORGE THOMSON and HELEN WELLS are:
i. SARAH2 THOMSON, b. Abt. 1717; m. ROBERT CROSS, 1738.

More About ROBERT CROSS:
Occupation: 1738, Glasgow merchant

2. ii. ANDREW THOMSON, b. 1719; d. 1797, Bunhill Fields Cemetery, London.
iii. DAUGHTER2 GEORGE THOMSON.
iv. DAUGHTER3 GEORGE THOMSON.
v. DAUGHTER4 GEORGE THOMSON.
vi. DAUGHTER5 GEORGE THOMSON.
vii. DAUGHTER6 GEORGE THOMSON.
viii. DAUGHTER7 GEORGE THOMSON.
ix. DAUGHTER8 GEORGE THOMSON.
x. SON-GEORGE THOMSON, b. Abt. 1705, near Glasgow; d. Abt. 1705, near Glasgow.

Generation No. 2

2. ANDREW2 THOMSON (GEORGE1) was born 1719, and died 1797 in Bunhill Fields Cemetery, London. He married HELEN M'CALL 1749, daughter of SAMUEL M'CALL. She was born Abt. 1723 in near Sanquar, England, and died 1780.

More About ANDREW THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1741, Made Burgess of Paisley
Fact 2: 1755, Made Burgess of Sanquahar
Fact 3: 1760, Acquired coat of Arms with motto "Industra Munus" (picture available)
Fact 5: Principal partner in firm of Thomson, Snodgrass & Co.-Virginia merchants. Had 2 stores; one at Richmond Virginia and one at Mattox on the Potomac in Goochland Cty., Virginia.
Fact 6: Partner in the Ship's Bank and of Morre, Currick & Co's Bank. Withdrew from both at a later date.
Fact 7: Formed banking co. of 'Andrew, George, and Andrew Thomson', (Andrew and his sons). Bank failed in 1793 (along with 26 others) due to American Revolution.

Children of ANDREW THOMSON and HELEN M'CALL are:
3. i. GEORGE3 THOMSON, b. 1751; d. May 16, 1837, Hillhead, Port Dundas, Scotland.
ii. MARGARET THOMSON, b. 1752; m. JAMES JOHNSON.
iii. ANDREW THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.

More About ANDREW THOMSON:
Fact 1: Abt. 1783, Was a partner with his father, George, and brother, Andrew, in the banking company of "Andrew, George and Andrew Thomson". The bank failed, along with 26 other banks as a result of the American Revolution.

iv. DAUGHTER2 ANDREW THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
v. DAUGHTER3 ANDREW THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
vi. DAUGHTER4 ANDREW THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
vii. DAUGHTER5 ANDREW THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
viii. JAMES THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
ix. SAMUEL1 THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
x. SAMUEL2 THOMSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1770.
4. xi. JOHN THOMSON, b. 1758; d. 1830.
xii. WILLIAM THOMSON, b. 1767; d. Bet. 1816 - 1817, Service of East Indies Co..
xiii. SAMUEL3 THOMSON, b. 1773.

Generation No. 3

3. GEORGE3 THOMSON (ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born 1751, and died May 16, 1837 in Hillhead, Port Dundas, Scotland. He married (1) ELIZABETH ALLEN 1778, daughter of RICHARD ALLEN. She was born Abt. 1753, and died Bef. 1785. He married (2) MARGARET GRAHAM Abt. 1785, daughter of PATRICK GRAHAM.

More About GEORGE THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1768, Made Burgess of Paisley
Fact 2: 1773, Made Burgess of Glasgow; original member of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce founded in 1783.
Fact 3: 1783, Was the 2nd partner of "Andrew, George & Andrew Thomson" Banking company, which failed in 1793 due to the American Revolution. He had a large tea warehouse at 110 Frontgate St., Glasgow, Scotland. He wore a wig but gave up wearing it in 1809.
Fact 5: Had a total of 15 children

Children of GEORGE THOMSON and ELIZABETH ALLEN are:
i. HELEN4 THOMSON, b. 1773.
ii. JANET THOMSON, b. April 1782.

More About JANET THOMSON:
Fact 1: Janet painted the picture in miniature of Andrew Thomson, her grandfather. As of 1906, it was in the possession of Mrs. Merrill J. Craft.

iii. JANET'S TWIN THOMSON, b. April 1782.
iv. 6 SONS AND 2 DAUGHTERS GEORGE THOMSON.

Children of GEORGE THOMSON and MARGARET GRAHAM are:
5. v. MARY4 THOMSON, b. Bet. 1785 - 1790; d. April 26, 1835, Glasgow, Scotland.
vi. PATRICK THOMSON, b. Bet. 1785 - 1790; d. Unknown.
vii. GEORGE THOMSON, b. 1807; d. 1849.
viii. MARGARET THOMSON, b. Abt. 1807; d. August 17, 1854.

4. JOHN3 THOMSON (ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born 1758, and died 1830. He married HELEN "ELENE" MIDDLEMORE November 4, 1784 in St. Mary's Church, Nottingham, England, daughter of WILLIAM RICHARD MIDDLEMORE.

More About JOHN THOMSON:
Fact 1: Abt. 1778, Went to Nottingham, England where he eventually owned on of the largest stocking factories in the Kingdom.
Fact 2: Bet. 1778 - 1830, Was the active promoter, if not the originator, of the Glasgow Gas Light Comany and was manager until his death at his residence in Virginia Street over the Gas Light Office, his home after a move from his George Square residence.

Children of JOHN THOMSON and HELEN MIDDLEMORE are:
6. i. ANDREW4 THOMSON, b. 1787; d. 1837.
ii. DAUGHTERJOHN THOMSON, b. Unknown; m. SCREVINER.

Generation No. 4

5. MARY4 THOMSON (GEORGE3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born Bet. 1785 - 1790, and died April 26, 1835 in Glasgow, Scotland. She married ANDREW THOMSON, son of JOHN THOMSON and HELEN MIDDLEMORE. He was born 1787, and died 1837.

More About MARY THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1835, Buried in the College Church Yard.
Fact 2: 1835, Her son, John W., was in America at the time of her death.

More About ANDREW THOMSON:
Fact 1: In conjunction with his cousin, Patrick Thomson, Andrew tried to introduce 'Bowmore' whiskey into the London market, but John Bull was not, at that time, to be beguiled from his beloved 'Old Tom' and 'Cream of the Valley' so the enterprise failed.
Fact 2.: Andrew was the 1st passenger agent of the Glasgow, Paisely and Greenock Railway at the Bridge Street Station.

Children of MARY THOMSON and ANDREW THOMSON are:
7. i. JOHN W.5 THOMSON, b. December 10, 1811, London, England; d. January 18, 1884, Rulo, Nebraska.
ii. GEORGE THOMSON, b. Bet. 1812 - 1828; d. Aft. 1864, New Zealand.
iii. WILLIAM RICHARD MIDDLEMORE THOMSON, b. Bet. 1812 - 1828; d. Aft. 1864, New Zealand.
iv. ALEXANDER MCGREGOR THOMSON, b. Bet. 1812 - 1828; d. Unknown.
v. ANDREW THOMSON, b. 1829; d. February 17, 1845.

6. ANDREW4 THOMSON (JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born 1787, and died 1837. He married MARY THOMSON, daughter of GEORGE THOMSON and MARGARET GRAHAM. She was born Bet. 1785 - 1790, and died April 26, 1835 in Glasgow, Scotland.

More About ANDREW THOMSON:
Fact 1: In conjunction with his cousin, Patrick Thomson, Andrew tried to introduce 'Bowmore' whiskey into the London market, but John Bull was not, at that time, to be beguiled from his beloved 'Old Tom' and 'Cream of the Valley' so the enterprise failed.
Fact 2.: Andrew was the 1st passenger agent of the Glasgow, Paisely and Greenock Railway at the Bridge Street Station.

More About MARY THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1835, Buried in the College Church Yard.
Fact 2: 1835, Her son, John W., was in America at the time of her death.

Children are listed above under (5) Mary Thomson.

Generation No. 5

7. JOHN W.5 THOMSON (ANDREW4, JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born December 10, 1811 in London, England, and died January 18, 1884 in Rulo, Nebraska. He married MARY WEBB April 19, 1842 in Bardstown, Kentucky, daughter of NEHEMIAH WEBB and CLOTILDA EDELEN. She was born October 9, 1818 in Bardstown, Rullitt or Nelson Cty., Kentucky, and died July 21, 1905 in Rulo, Nebraska.

More About JOHN W. THOMSON:
Fact 1: 1835, A letter written by George to his son, John, was addressed "J. W, Thomson, % Mr. L.B. Jenks, Hatter, Cincinnati, America"

Children of JOHN THOMSON and MARY WEBB are:
i. ELIZA JANE6 THOMSON, b. May 20, 1843, Bardstown, Rullitt or Nelson Cty., Kentucky; d. May 26, 1851, St. Louis, MO.
ii. LUCRETIA THOMSON, b. January 11, 1845, Edina, Knox Cty., MO; d. September 7, 1845, Edina, Knox Cty., MO.
8. iii. JANET CLARA THOMSON, b. June 23, 1846, Louisville, Jefferson Cty., Kentucky; d. October 11, 1920, Rulo, Nebraska.
iv. JOHN ANDREW THOMSON, b. October 4, 1848, St. Louis, MO; d. September 27, 1849, St. Louis, MO.

Generation No. 6

8. JANET CLARA6 THOMSON (JOHN W.5, ANDREW4, JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born June 23, 1846 in Louisville, Jefferson Cty., Kentucky, and died October 11, 1920 in Rulo, Nebraska. She married JOHN SEBASTION WINTERBOTTOM October 18, 1865 in Quincy, Adams Cty., Illinois by Rev. Fr. McGary, son of JOHN WINTERBOTTOM and MARY HENSLIF. He was born April 20, 1843 in Adair Cty., MO, and died February 11, 1911 in Rulo, Nebraska.

More About JANET CLARA THOMSON:
Fact 1: October 8, 1865, Lived in Edina, MO when she met John S. Winterbottom

More About JOHN SEBASTION WINTERBOTTOM:
Fact 1: Bet. 1853 - 1863, Spent at Edina, Knox Cty, MO. Educated at Jesuit's College, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
Fact 2: Bet. 1863 - 1865, Enlisted in Company B, 3rd Missouri Cavalry and served until the end of the Civil War in the capacity of Quartermaster Sergeant.
Fact 3: Bet. 1863 - 1865, When the regiment was mustered out, he was entrusted with the regimental flag, which he has kept intact, prizing it so highly that it will be buried with him. He was a member of Trego Post 166, G.A.R. and was Psot Commander at the time of his death.

Children of JANET THOMSON and JOHN WINTERBOTTOM are:
i. JOHN WILLIAM7 WINTERBOTTOM, b. September 28, 1866, Jackson, Cape Girardeau Cty., MO; m. ALICE B. POLLOCK, April 26, 1892, Hardington, NB; b. Abt. 1870.

ii. ELIZABETH WINTERBOTTOM, b. January 26, 1868, Rulo, Nebraska; d. July 16, 1951; m. ROBERT F. THAYER, January 14, 1891, Rulo, NB by Rev. Fr. Maineville; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iii. MARY SUSANNAH WINTERBOTTOM, b. May 18, 1870, Rulo, Nebraska; d. March 21, 1959, Leavensworth, KS.

More About MARY SUSANNAH WINTERBOTTOM:
Fact 1: Page of her diary regarding building of new parish church is available.

9. iv. CLARA LUCRETIA WINTERBOTTOM, b. May 4, 1874, Rulo, Nebraska; d. October 10, 1943, Falls City, NB.
v. ALOYSIUS LOYOLA WINTERBOTTOM, b. October 3, 1876, Rulo, Nebraska; d. February 5, 1878, Rulo, Nebraska.
vi. AGNES ANN WINTERBOTTOM, b. October 16, 1878, Rulo, Nebraska; d. January 1940; m. CHARLES S. COONEY, January 20, 1904, Rulo, NB by Fr. Bernard Sproll.

More About AGNES ANN WINTERBOTTOM:
Fact 1: 1904, Her husband was a cousin.

10. vii. JANE FRANCES WINTERBOTTOM, b. July 19, 1880, Rulo, Nebraska; d. Aft. 1926.
viii. GENEVIEVE WINTERBOTTOM, b. August 23, 1882, Rulo, Nebraska; d. November 18, 1953; m. THEODORE A. MAJURES, November 20, 1906, Rulo, NB by Fr. Bernard Sproll.

ix. RAYMOND WINTERBOTTOM, b. April 13, 1885, Rulo, Nebraska; d. June 30, 1939; m. EVELEEN SULLIVAN, September 2, 1911, San Bernardino, CA (per Aunt Mollie's bible).

11. x. THOMAS WINTERBOTTOM, b. February 19, 1872, Rulo, Nebraska; d. 1945.

Generation No. 7

9. CLARA LUCRETIA7 WINTERBOTTOM (JANET CLARA6 THOMSON, JOHN W.5, ANDREW4, JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born May 4, 1874 in Rulo, Nebraska, and died October 10, 1943 in Falls City, NB. She married JOHN W. MOONEY May 17, 1899 in Rulo, NB by Rev. Fr. John J. Hoffman.

Child of CLARA WINTERBOTTOM and JOHN MOONEY is:
12. i. JANET8 MOONEY, b. June 12, 1902, Rulo, NE.

10. JANE FRANCES7 WINTERBOTTOM (JANET CLARA6 THOMSON, JOHN W.5, ANDREW4, JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born July 19, 1880 in Rulo, Nebraska, and died Aft. 1926. She married MCCHESNEZ OCAMB April 2, 1902 in Rulo, NB by Fr. Bernard Sproll.
Children of JANE WINTERBOTTOM and MCCHESNEZ OCAMB are:
i. SON #18 OCAMB, b. Abt. 1903.
ii. JANET OCAMB, b. Abt. 1905.
iii. BERNARD OCAMB, b. Abt. 1907.
iv. JOHN OCAMB, b. Abt. 1909.
v. MARY OCAMB, b. Abt. 1911.
vi. MONICA OCAMB, b. Abt. 1912.
vii. FELIATUS OCAMB, b. Abt. 1914.
viii. LAWRENCE OCAMB, b. Abt. 1916.
ix. ALOYISUS OCAMB, b. Abt. 1918.
x. JAMES OCAMB, b. Abt. 1920.
xi. PAUL OCAMB, b. Abt. 1921.
xii. WILLIAM OCAMB, b. Abt. 1922.
13. xiii. MARY BERNADETTE O'CAMB, b. Abt. 1924.

11. THOMAS7 WINTERBOTTOM (JANET CLARA6 THOMSON, JOHN W.5, ANDREW4, JOHN3, ANDREW2, GEORGE1) was born February 19, 1872 in Rulo, Nebraska, and died 1945. He married ALICE "ALLIE" RYAN June 2, 1897 in White Cloud, KS, by Rev. Fr. Stanislaus, daughter of JEREMIAH RYAN and MARY SPAIN. She was born September 6, 1874, and died February 16, 1970 in Alhambra, CA.

More About THOMAS WINTERBOTTOM:
Burial: San Gabriel Mission, CA
Fact 1: 1945, Buried in the old cemetery of San Gabriel Mission, CA

More About ALICE "ALLIE" RYAN:
Burial: San Gabriel Mission, CA
Fact 1: Buried in the old cemetery of San Gabriel Mission, CA

Children of THOMAS WINTERBOTTOM and ALICE RYAN are:
i. JOHN ALTMAN8 WINTERBOTTOM, b. 1898; d. 1959.

More About JOHN ALTMAN WINTERBOTTOM:
Burial: San Gabriel Mission, CA

14. ii. MARY AGNES WINTERBOTTOM, b. January 20, 1904, White Cloud, Kansas; d. July 8, 1977, Alhambra, CA.
iii. MARGARET WINTERBOTTOM, b. Abt. 1910.
iv. JANET WINTERBOTTOM, b. Abt. 1920.


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