|Anna Jolet (#46550021)|
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|I am the great granddaughter of Josiah Thompson who is buried in Balch Cemetery in Alvarado, Johnson County, TX. I am a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Daughters of the American Revolution. I have the papers of Josiah Thompson for his service in the War Between the States. Whoever ordered his stone made a mistake, one I would like to correct before I am too old. Josiah was not a Captain, but a Private. He was an outlaw and died as one with Benjamin F. Bickerstaff on April 6, l969. It is not a shame to have died as such as the War caused many good people to go bad. My great grandfather was born in KY.|
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|Donna Pinion Casey||Thomas Nevil|
The Thomas Nevil that is buried in Robertson County, TN is the son of my 4th great grandfather, Thomas Nevil. We believe his middle initial is C but I don't know if that has been confirmed. I can't seem to find out who Thomas C. Nevil's parents are. Do you have any information pertaining to his parents? I know that Thomas C. was born in Amherst County, VA either in 1761 or 1764 and supposedly died in Rutherford County, TN sometime between 1833 & 1840. He married Elizabeth Tiller June 25, 1788 in Amherst County, VA. Any information you could share with me would be so much appreciated.