Apparently the author of Thomasson Traces
thought the spelling of "Thomasson, Thomson or Thompson"
was a moot point and combined them in the index. [See below] Unfortunately,
this has created havoc for Thomasson researchers. By attributing
Samuel Thomson, Sr.'s Will to Samuel Thomasson, they compounded
More findings by Mary Jane Stokes:
Details to help distinguish Thomson from Thomasson in Louisa
Note: Samuel Thomasson, Sr. alive in 1783. Samuel Thomson dead in 1753.
Marriage of Samuel THOMASSON, Jr.
(Douglas Register page 24)
13 December 1783
SAMUEL THOMASSON Jr m. LIDDIA MCGEEHEE daughter of WILLIAM MCGEHEE
Sur: SAMUEL THOMASSON, SR.
23 April 1786
RICHARD THOMASSON married SARAH TERRY
sur: SAMUEL THOMASSON
Wit: Stephen Terry, Henrietta Terry
m. 25 April. by Rev. Wm. Douglas both of Louisa, p. 32
William Thomasson Properties
Old Home Places of Louisa County
Claudia Anderson Chisholm & Ellen Gray Lillie
Louisa County Historical Society, Louisa Va
"Gunter House" on Route 613
near Christopher Run
200 acres patented by George Thomasson and wife Mary Pollard Thomasson
son William lived there. Deeded to him in 1763.
1766 - sold to Nicholas Talley
1776 - sold to John Carpenter
"McLane House" on Route 630
100 acres Thomas Johnson to William Thomasson son of George and Mary Thomasson
spelling of THOMSON in land transaction
Note the references on this web page: http://www.claynet.com/athomas/thomasso/i0000272.htm