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Thomas Bonsall
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Birth: Feb. 28, 1797
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 29, 1882
Pennsylvania, USA

Thomas Bonsall married Susan P. Johnson on Oct.16,1823 at East Fallowfield Friends Meeting,Chester County,Pa.

Thomas Bonsall, was a Quaker Abolitionist and Underground Railroad Conductor, in West Caln Twp., Chester County, Pa.,
in addition to being a farmer.

Thomas died at the home of his Daughter, Mary Anna Bonsall Cain, and Son-in-law, Dr. Augustus Way Cain. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Abraham/Abram Bonsall (1764 - 1840)
  Mary Andrews Bonsall (1764 - 1818)
 
 Spouse:
  Susan P. Johnson Bonsall (1793 - 1847)
 
 Children:
  Caleb Bonsall (1824 - 1825)*
  Abraham Bonsall (1824 - 1824)*
  Sarah J. Bonsall (1826 - 1866)*
  Joseph W. Bonsall (1828 - 1907)*
  William Penn Bonsall (1830 - 1872)*
  Mary Anna Bonsall Cain (1832 - 1917)*
  Thomas Bonsall (1834 - 1893)*
  Abel Bonsall (1836 - 1836)*
 
 Siblings:
  Rebecca Shipley Bonsall (1792 - 1833)*
  Anna Bonsall (1793 - 1875)*
  Hannah West Bonsall (1796 - 1796)*
  Thomas Bonsall (1797 - 1882)
  Joseph West Bonsall (1798 - 1824)*
  Ruth Bonsall (1801 - 1863)*
  Jesse Tompkins Bonsall (1822 - 1852)**
  Mary Walton Bonsall (1824 - ____)**
  James A. Bonsall (1828 - ____)**
  Hannah E. Bonsall (1831 - ____)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
West Caln Meeting Cemetery
Wagontown
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Maintained by: Emma
Originally Created by: Dan Oh
Record added: Jul 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28319376
Thomas Bonsall
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Thomas Bonsall
Added by: Dan Oh
 
 
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