Edward Thomason

Birth
Trowse with Newton, South Norfolk District, Norfolk, England
Death 1728 (aged 81–82)
Stafford County, Virginia, USA
Burial Body lost or destroyed
Memorial ID 108417415 · View Source
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Edward was the son of George Thomason, "The Bookseller" at Old St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England, and Katherine Hutton. He was the brother of Thomas Thomason who came to Virginia in 1677 from England.


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.........VIRGINIA LAND TRANSACTIONS (GRANTS/PATENTS).......
.................for EDWARD THOMASON.......................
............UNDER the HEADRIGHT SYSTEM.....................
............(FROM THE CROWN OF ENGLAND)....................

............ABSTRACTS FROM PATENT BOOK 6...................


1678
Robert Hall & Edwd. Thomason, 12 acs., Staff. Co., with a small point of marsh adj. in Ocquia Cr., E'ly from their dwelling house; 20 Nov. 1678, p. 671. Trans. of Ja. Clifton.

1678
Robt. Hall & Edward Thomason, 104 acs., Staff. Co., W. side of Ocquia Cr., on S. side of Austin's Run; 20 Nov. 1678, p. 671. Beg. at the Bridge going over Austin's Run to their own Landing; to line of Simon Bowling; &c. Trans of 2 persons: Rowld. Throckburgh, Mary Smith.





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By: Rebecca Prillaman






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Gravesite Details Edward was probably buried at his plantation at Aquia, Stafford Co., Virginia

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  • Created by: Rebecca Prillaman
  • Added: 13 Apr 2013
  • Find a Grave Memorial 108417415
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Edward Thomason (1646–1728), Find a Grave Memorial no. 108417415, ; Maintained by Rebecca Prillaman (contributor 47326376) Body lost or destroyed.