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Thomas Bloodworth Williamson

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Thomas Bloodworth Williamson

Birth
Pike County, Georgia, USA
Death
4 Feb 1927 (aged 82)
Columbia County, Arkansas, USA
Burial
Macedonia, Columbia County, Arkansas, USA Add to Map
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from direct descendant Thomas E. Dennis [RIP]:

Military Service: Served with Co. A, 13th Ga. Regt. enlisted in 1862 and served till end of the war.
Company muster roll from April 30 to Aug 31, 1864. Remarks: Absent on furlough from wounds received at Battle of Wilderness, May 5, 1864. Appeared on a list of killed, missing and missing from Ewell's Division, Aug 22 to Sep 20, 1862. His brother Joseph M Williamson was in same Co. A, 13th Ga Regiment.

Approved for a $100 pension on March 11, 1901 by Columbia Co. Pension Board. John B. Souter served on the Pension Board. He was married to Mollie I. Williamson, sister of Thomas B. Williamson.

1911 Arkansas Census of Confederate Veterans:
"Williamson, Thomas Bloodworth of Magnolia, Ark.
was born Oct. 2, 1843 in Pike Co., GA. the son of Geo. W. Williamson, who was the son of William Williamson. Maiden name of subject's mother was Hariett Bucklew (sic), dau. of William Buckalew.
Subject was a farmer, Democrat, Mason, Odd Fellow and Missionary Baptist. Served with Co. A, 13th Ga. Regt. enlisted in 1862 and served till end of the war. Married Katie Strickland, dau. of Kinchen and Susan Strickland, Nov. 15, 1866, in Ga. Children: 1. Claudie m. Phillips, 2. Geo. T., 3. Lizzie m. Phillips, 4. Pearl m. McWilliams, 5. Walter, and 6. John A. Williamson, all of Magnolia, Ark. Certified by Auby Rowe, Assessor of Columbia Co., Ark. August 2, 1912"

On 15 Nov 1866 when Thomas Bloodworth was 23, he married Katherine Nancy STRICKLAND in Pike Co., GA. Katherine Nancy was born in GA on 3 Mar 1849. Katherine Nancy died in/at Columbia Co., AR on 22 Nov 1906; she was 57. Katherine Nancy Buried in Macedonia Cem., Columbia Co., AR. Nickname: Caty/Katie.

from direct descendant Thomas E. Dennis [RIP]:

Military Service: Served with Co. A, 13th Ga. Regt. enlisted in 1862 and served till end of the war.
Company muster roll from April 30 to Aug 31, 1864. Remarks: Absent on furlough from wounds received at Battle of Wilderness, May 5, 1864. Appeared on a list of killed, missing and missing from Ewell's Division, Aug 22 to Sep 20, 1862. His brother Joseph M Williamson was in same Co. A, 13th Ga Regiment.

Approved for a $100 pension on March 11, 1901 by Columbia Co. Pension Board. John B. Souter served on the Pension Board. He was married to Mollie I. Williamson, sister of Thomas B. Williamson.

1911 Arkansas Census of Confederate Veterans:
"Williamson, Thomas Bloodworth of Magnolia, Ark.
was born Oct. 2, 1843 in Pike Co., GA. the son of Geo. W. Williamson, who was the son of William Williamson. Maiden name of subject's mother was Hariett Bucklew (sic), dau. of William Buckalew.
Subject was a farmer, Democrat, Mason, Odd Fellow and Missionary Baptist. Served with Co. A, 13th Ga. Regt. enlisted in 1862 and served till end of the war. Married Katie Strickland, dau. of Kinchen and Susan Strickland, Nov. 15, 1866, in Ga. Children: 1. Claudie m. Phillips, 2. Geo. T., 3. Lizzie m. Phillips, 4. Pearl m. McWilliams, 5. Walter, and 6. John A. Williamson, all of Magnolia, Ark. Certified by Auby Rowe, Assessor of Columbia Co., Ark. August 2, 1912"

On 15 Nov 1866 when Thomas Bloodworth was 23, he married Katherine Nancy STRICKLAND in Pike Co., GA. Katherine Nancy was born in GA on 3 Mar 1849. Katherine Nancy died in/at Columbia Co., AR on 22 Nov 1906; she was 57. Katherine Nancy Buried in Macedonia Cem., Columbia Co., AR. Nickname: Caty/Katie.



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