Information from his son's autobiography (Fletcher Thomas). It states: "His death occurred at Hamilton, Steuben County, Indiana, and his remains were laid to rest in the Richland Center cemetery at Richland Center, Indiana."
age at death: 89 years and 10 months
Source: History of Steuben County, IN (1885) p.847
Rev. Jonathan Thomas was born in Pennsylvania in 1807. When he was seventeen years of age his parents, L. and A. Thomas, moved to Wayne County, Ohio, where he was married in 1825 to Elizabeth Beacom, a native of Maryland, born in 1807, daughter of Henry Beacom, a hero of the Revolutionary War.
To them were born ten children; all save one lived till maturity and four are now living -- Enoch, of Marshall County, Iowa; John W., of this township; Fletcher, of North Manchester, Ind., a Presiding Elder in the United Brethren church, and William H., of Tama County, Iowa. Elizabeth (deceased), a twin sister of Enoch, was the wife of Rev. E. P. Church. S. Mark died in Iowa. Henrietta was noted for her culture and literary ability, many of her poems and prose articles appeared in the New York Ledger and other periodicals. She married Frank Payton, of Huntington County, Ind., and died at Winterset, Iowa, in 1880, aged twenty-six years.
Rev. Jonathan Thomas moved from Williams County, Ohio, to Steuben County,Ind., in 1846, where he resided till after the death of his wife, which occurred in 1863. Since then he has had no permanent residence. He has been a minister of the United Brethren church sixty years, being ordained soon after his first marriage. At present he has no settled appointment, but is doing the work of an evangelist, and expects to do the Master's work till called home. He is now living with his third wife.
Elizabeth Beacom Thomas (1806 - 1865)
Enoch W Thomas (1825 - 1907)*
Elizabeth Ann Thomas Church (1826 - 1878)*
John Wesley Thomas (1829 - 1902)*
Fletcher Thomas (1831 - 1907)*
Clemenzy Thomas (1833 - 1854)*
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Record added: Sep 11, 2011
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