Rev War Aide to Gen George Washington Thomas Jr also served in the Revolutionary War in a Cavalry Co. of young men which constituted a body-guard for Gen. George Washington and was present at Yorktown at the time of the surrender of Cornwallis. (Encyclopedia of Georgia, Vol. 3) After the war he moved to Georgia and was given a land grant under John Clark as Governor. Lot 86, 250 acres in Walton Co., GA
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Birdgirl Added: Mar. 31, 2014
>>Son of Captain THOMAS LEWIS PRESTON 1722/1798 and MARY WALKER PRESTON 1726/1820. Died in Brunswick Co, Va. >>Grandson of Col. JOHN PRESTON JR. 1699/1747 and ELIZABETH PATTON PRESTON 1700/1776 >>Greatgrandson of JOHN ARCHIBALD PRESTON 1672/1703 and MARY...(Read more) -
Faye S. Sinclair Added: Apr. 11, 2013
To honor my 5th Greatgrandfather - Exodus 3: 15 And this is my memorial to all generations; that the generations to come might know them. -
Myra Added: Dec. 26, 2012