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From: "Martha Davis" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] GGG grandparents Thompson / Mc Cullock location in Ireland
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2011 20:23:21 -0400
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Linda, I tested thru 23and me and was told I'm 99% northern Europe, T2b, but
how does that tell me anything about my NI ancestry? Thanks, Martha



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> Hi Don, got DNA? That might be your fastest and cheapest way to find out
> where they came from.
> www.familytreedna.com or www.23andme.com.
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> Linda Merle
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> From: "Don Thompson" <>
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> Sent: Monday, July 4, 2011 6:09:53 PM
> Subject: [S-I] GGG grandparents Thompson / Mc Cullock location in Ireland
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> Searching for GGG grandparents both born somewhere in Ireland.
> Henry Thompson, Sr. was born Nov. 22, 1747 (maybe in the Armagh area, NI),
> and Hannah E. Mc Cullock she went by the name Eleanor (nickname Nellie)
> was born in 1771.
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> The family arrived in Orange County New York State in 1801.
> In 1803 Henry and Eleanor joined Graham’s Presbyterian Church, Pine Bush,
> Orange Co., N.Y.
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> Henry was married twice, first spouse is unknown. They had 5 children.
> Henry and Eleanor also had 5 children that we know of. A possible child
> lineage follows:
> (1) Henry Thompson Sr. 1747-1829
> 1A (first wife) Unknown
> 1A1 James Thompson
> 1A2 Sally Ann (Ballard) Thompson
> 1A3 Nancy (Hurd) Thompson
> 1A4 Eleanor (Kilbourne) Thompson
> 1A5 Isabel (Mackinson) Thompson
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> 1B Hannah Eleanor Mc Cullock b 1771, d ca 1848
> 1B1 Jane (Lawson) Thompson b 1790, Ireland, d 1881 NY
> 1B2 Hugh Thompson b 1791, Ireland, d 1849 Drydeb, NY
> 1B3 William Henry Thompson, b 1792, Ireland, d 1876 NY
> 1B4 Martha (Houtz) Thompson b ca 1798, Ireland, d 1884 Nebraska
> 1B5 Henry Thompson Jr. b 4 May, 1803, Montgomery, Orange County,
> NY. d 7 March,1896, Elmira, NY
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> The family business was farming and they stayed in the Orange County area
> of New York State until 1817 at witch time they moved to Dryden, Tompkins
> County, N. Y., again farming also was the main family business in Dryden.
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> Henry Sr. died in Dryden, Tompkins County, N. Y. on July 10, 1829 at the
> age of 82. Up until this time the family had been Presbyterian, but as a
> result of a Masonic funeral for Henry Sr. versus a Presbyterian pastor who
> was anti-masonic, Henry Jr. became a Baptist, causing a possible religious
> family split, as some family members stayed Presbyterian.
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> Looking for any information and will share info.
> Thank you,
> Don Thompson
> Whittier, California
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