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Robert THOMASON
Bethany JONES
Sarah LINDSAY
Juliet Ann SINGLETON
Husband:  Robert THOMASON
Birth:  17 Dec 1791, Scott Co., KY
Death:  2 Apr 1864, Kearney, Clay Co., MO
Disposition:  buried New Hope Cemetery, Clay Co., MO
Military Service:  War of 1812:  Pvt. in Capt. Jacob Stucker's Co., Col. Richard M. Johnson's Rgmt., Kentucky Mounted Infantry
Father:  Samuel THOMASSON
Mother:  Lydia McGEHEE
Marriage-1:  24 Jul 1817
Wife-1:  Bethany JONES
Marriage-2:  16 Sep 1838, Shelby Co., KY
Wife-2:  Sarah "Sallie" LINDSAY
Birth:  15 Apr 1803, Lindsay Station, Scott Co., KY
Death:  12 Oct 1851, Clay Co., MO
Disposition:  New Hope Cemetery, Kearney, Clay Co., MO
Other Spouse:  m1. James COLE
Father:  Anthony LINDSAY III
Mother:  Alice "Alsey" COLE
Marriage-3:  25 Aug 1852
Wife-3:  Juliet Ann SINGLETON
Other Spouse:  m1. Mr. POSEY
Children with Bethany JONES:
yes
Children with Sallie LINDSAY:
.  Sarah Elizabeth "Bettie" THOMASON, b. 24 Aug 1839
Martha Ann THOMASON, b. 23 Jul 1841 
.  Mary Alice THOMASON, b. 2 Dec 1844; d. 24 May 1930
?  Mimms THOMASON
Children with Juliet SINGLETON:
?


Sources:

1.  Kenneth G. Lindsay.  The Lindsays of the World [link died].

2.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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