MCKENZIE, CAMPBELL, THARPE, ALEXANDER and allied lines

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Mostly Scottish, English migrating to TN/GA/NC/VA, some Swiss Mennonites. Additional surnames include FIKE, ENGLISH, GARDENHIRE, SPITLER, STRICKLER, HARWOOD, MILLER, BARB, ELDRIDGE, KEENUM, YOKLEY, MORRIS, TACKER, WILLIFORD, PETTUS, and REESE

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  • ID: P-356229712
  • Name: Thomas Nelson
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 20 FEB 1677 in Cumberland Co., England
  • Event: Death of spouse Margaret /Reade/ BEF 1720
  • Death: 7 OCT 1745 in Yorktown, VA
  • Note:
    mother was Sarah _
    Wm. & Mary Quarterly

    "In _Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina_ by C. Sylvester Green,
    1978, it states:

    'The first Thomas Nelson (b. 1677, nicknamed "Old Scotch Tom") came
    to America, settled in Tidewater Virginia, and married Margaret
    Reid. They had two children, William born 1711; and Thomas, Junior,
    born 1716, who married Lucy Armistead and was Secretary of the
    Council of State for thirty years. Margaret Reid died prior to 1720
    and Thomas (Sr.) married Fanny Houston. They had two daughters,
    Sally and Mary.'" - Bill Leggett (Blegg2248@aol.com)




    Marriage 1 Margaret Reade b: AFT 1662
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children William Nelson b: 1711 in York Co., VA
    2. Has Children Thomas Nelson b: 1716 in York Co., VA

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