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Capt. James THOMSON
Elizabeth McGILL
Husband:  James THOMSON
Birth:  10 Apr 1770
Death:  13 Sep 1833
Father:  Matthew THOMPSON II
Mother:  Rachel ALLEN
Marriage:
Wife:  Elizabeth McGILL
Birth:  5 Dec 1768, Anderson Co., SC
Children:
1.  Rachel Allen THOMSON, b. 4 Apr 1790; d.s.p. 15 May 1796
2.  Margaret Hargrove THOMSON, b. 17 May 1792; d. 21 Jan 1876; m. 1813, James Hall BASKIN
3.  Matthew THOMSON, M.D., b. 3 Oct 1794; d. 11 Jun 1783, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Co., AL; m. Arabella KEYS
4.  Sara THOMSON, b. 13 Sep 1797; d. 15 Feb 1868; m. 1820, Rev. Amaziah RICE
5.  Elizabeth "Betsy" Ann THOMSON, b 24 Jul 1800; d. 16 Oct 1824; m. 1818, Thomas Twining HAMILTON
6.  Rachel Anderson THOMSON, b. 3 Jan 1803; d. 8 Sep 1888; m. 1826, Andrew Norris McFALL
7.  James W. THOMSON, b. 25 Dec 1805
8.  Isabella Carolina THOMSON, b. 10 Nov 1808; d. 1869; m. 1833, Samuel REID
9.  John McGill THOMSON, b. 24 Jun 1812; m. 1831, Elizabeth JOHNSON
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