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Re: Slave descendants of the Cabell family (Derek)
In Response To: Re: Slave descendants of the Cabell family (Derek) ()
Here is more information on the (black)Thompson family from Massies Mill, Nelson, Virginia
1880 United States Federal Census about Fannie Thompson
Name: Fannie Thompson
Household Members: Name Age
Maria C Massie, is actually Maria Catherine Dodd Effinger. She was married to William Massie, son of Thomas Massie and Sallie Cocke.
So, Sallie Cocke... let's see... she was the 2nd great grand daughter of Bowler Cocke who was a great uncle of John Hartwell Cocke, who slaves were inherited into the Cabell family.
Now Bowler's Wife was Sarah Fleming, who's family inherited the slaves of our Fleming cousins, begining with Tarlton "Slave" Fleming.
Now Sallie Thompson (slave) was the wife of Isaac "slave" Thompson. She was the mother of Fannie Thompson (shown here).
Okay!... you got that?
Now it appears that you, cousin Janine, are attached to this particular branch of the Thompsons'
The other branches of Thompsons' are the lines from Isaac "Slave" Thompson, birth father of this Fannie Thompson, and the Thomas Thompson line.
Thomas Thompson, born in 1842, married Ann Maria. Their son George H. Thompson married a woman named Paulina. They had many children, which probably are the predominent line of black Thompsons' in Nelson County, specifically Lovingston, and Massies Mill.
Is this enough detailed info for ya?.... but wait!.. I have lots more.
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