Name: John Logue 1
- Margaret Logue b: ABT 1740
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He was married to Margaret Logue before her father, John Logue, wrote in his will on November 1, 1769. In that document Thomas is referred to as "my son-in-law" by John Logue. Thomas' bequest was Logue's "Book of Accounts" and a share in the service of "my mulatto Boy named Jacob" until he comes of age and is set free.
Thomas Thompson, Jr. served as a Captain during the Revolutionary War. Although he did not live long enough to apply for a pension, the applications of other veterans, Orange County, North Carolina land and tax records, and North Carolina military records confirm his service during the period 1778-1781. Ella Graves Thompson's unpublished family history states, "Thomas Thompson, Jr., second son of Thomas and Ann, was a captain in the Revolution. Served at Guilford Court House. Married Margaret Logue."