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0 r > rn 0 \ I Thomas Lincoln Family Thomas Lincoln Photograph Excerpts from newspapers and other sources From the files of the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection Janu I'rs. Schaffer Franklin, Xn&iam Dear Ire. Schaffers A year or two ago Miss of the State Library shoved me a portrait which you own, thought.

Clarence C. Leaf of Tobinsport, who made the recent interesting discovery regarding Thomas Lincoln’s family having crossed the Ohio river at that point instead of elsewhere, as long supposed, is a grand-nephew to the Jacob Weatherholt, Jr., who penned the document copied in this week’s News.

The family came from Wymondham, county Norfolk, Lincoln. There were three brothers, Daniel, Thomas and Samuel, who came in the party, accompanied by their mother Joan. There were in the remarkable Lincoln Colony, of Hingham, no less then four of the name of Thomas Lincoln, and they were distinguished from one another by their en: John Lincoln, Daniel Lincoln, Sarah Willis, Samuel Lincoln, Sr., Mary Stephens.

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Finished. Thomas Lincoln family. Thomas Lincoln family ← Back to item details. PDF/ePub Info Share, | 1 / Although there have been many thousands of books published about Abraham Lincoln, this is the first biography ever written exclusively about his father Thomas Lincoln family book the family where he grew up.

For example, now it is known where “Honest Abe” got his nickname. Thomas, their third son (President Lincoln 's father), was with his father in the field at the time, and the Indian tried to capture him, but was killed by Mordecai, eldest brother of the boy, Thomas Lincoln married, and had an only son-Abraham Lincoln, the Great Emancipator.

{Editorial note: this lineage of President Lincoln is not correct.}. Publication date Topics Lincoln, Thomas,Lincoln, Sarah Bush Johnston,Lincoln, Abraham,Lincoln family, Marriage Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor Friends of The Lincoln Collection of Indiana, : Lincoln, Abraham, Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor Friends of The Lincoln Collection of Indiana, Inc.

Contributor Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection Language English Volume Thomas Lincoln Family - Genealogical Lists - Dated. One of the most interesting and valued books compiled by James Minor Lincoln, is that of the Diary of Captain Rufus Lincoln, sixth from the founder of the family in this region, who was one of the few Revolutionary patriots who kept a diary of his experiences in the battles and the camp life and marches during the course of the Revolution.

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Contributor Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection Language English Volume. Thomas, styled the "weaver," was a bro. of Daniel Lincoln the "husbandman," who d. here unm., 5 Apr. ; and also of Samuel Lincoln, Sr., who was a younger bro. Thomas the "weaver" came to New Eng. in with his cousin Nicholas Jacob, and resided for Parents: Edward Lincoln, Bridget Lincoln.

The house where Thomas Lincoln died inand where his widow died instood three miles from Shiloh Cemetery where they are buried. Thomas Lincoln had reached the age of 73 years. He and his family had lived in the states of Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois.

He had paid his taxes regularly, and left no unpaid debts behind him. The Lincoln family includes all the descendants of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd are ten known descendants of Lincoln. The family line is believed to have been extinct since its last undisputed descendant, Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, died on Decemwithout any children.

It is rumored that there may be additional living descendants, but scholars disagree as to the. Thomas Lincoln, the husbandman, arrived in America in a few months shy of his 16th birthday, from Wymondham in Norfolk County, England, with his older brother, Stephen, their mother Joan, and Stephen's wife and son (Stephen) on the ship Diligent.

His story is detailed in: Thomas Lincoln, the Husbandman. At the time of her marriage to Thomas Lincoln inNancy Hanks lived and worked at the home of a wealthy Kentuckian. Her husband brought. Thomas Lincoln was born in Virginia in (some scholars say ) and moved with his family to Kentucky in the s.

His father, also named Abraham, was a prosperous landowner who held more than 5, acres in one of the richest parts of Kentucky. Early life and education. Lincoln was born on April 4,the fourth son of Abraham Lincoln and Mary three elder brothers were Robert (–), Edward (–), and William (–).

Named after his paternal grandfather Thomas Lincoln and uncle Thomas Lincoln, Jr., the fourth boy was soon nicknamed "Tad" by his father, for his small body and large head, and because Born: Thomas Lincoln III, April 4,Springfield. Return to " If You Lived with the Thomas Lincoln Family Activity Page" THE RESOURCES Print Books: Ann McGovern, "If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln" Illustrated by George Ulrich, Scholastic, Inc.

ISBN Lloyd Ostendorf, "Abraham Lincoln The Boy The Man" Illustrated by Lloyd Ostendorf, Phillip H. Wagner, Publisher, Wagner Office Systems, S. 6th St. Nancy Hanks Lincoln (February 5, – October 5, ) was the mother of U.S.

President Abraham marriage to Thomas Lincoln also produced a daughter, Sarah, and a son, Thomas Nancy and Thomas had been married for just over 10 years, the family moved from Kentucky to Perry County, Indiana, in Nancy Lincoln died from milk sickness or consumption at the Little Cause of death: Milk sickness.

Father of US President Abraham Lincoln. The migrations of Thomas were extensive. found him in Hardin County, Kentucky where he married Nancy Hanks and was the birth place of their three children.

In a move was made to southern Indiana onto a homestead claim where Nancy died and was buried. saw him on Burial: Thomas Lincoln Cemetery, Pleasant Grove. He was the son of Mrs. Joan Lincoln and brother of Stephen Lincoln who were also on the Diligent.

Thomas died 16 Aug in Hingham. He married Margaret Langer, dau. of Richard Langer, although the date and place of their marriage is not recorded in the George Lincoln book. Margaret died on 5 Mar /94 in s: Stephen Lincoln, Sr., Joan Lincoln. Appendix III: Transactions (land titles, financial transactions) affecting Thomas Lincoln.

Lincoln was two years old when his family arrived at Knob Creek. His sister Sarah was four, and his brother Thomas was born the following year. However Thomas died a few days later and was buried on the property; his tiny tombstone is on display at the birthplace visitor center.

In researching Thomas Lincoln over a period of years, he applied his tenacity to digging into the facts of Thomas’ life and now brings us Thomas Lincoln: Abraham’s Father, the first full biography of Thomas’ life. Lincoln buffs and history buffs will not want to miss putting this book on their shelves.

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Thomas "Tad" Lincoln (April 4, – J ) was the fourth and youngest son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln. The nickname "Tad" was given to him by his father who found Thomas "as wriggly as a tadpole" when he was a s: Abraham Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln. Thomas was a history professor and executive secretary of the Abraham Lincoln Association in Springfield.

The author of a half-dozen other books, Thomas took his own life in after receiving a cancer diagnosis. Oldest of the five Lincoln biographies I’ve read so far, Thomas’s “Abraham Lincoln.

Thomas Lincoln Thomas Lincoln Married 2 DecemberElizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY, to Sarah Bush, born 13 December - Hardin Co., KY, deceased 10 December - near Farmington, Coles Co., IL aged 80 years old, buried - Old Gordon Cem., Cumberland Co., IL (Parents: Christopher Bush & Hannah Davis ).

[Thomas portrait of Lincoln and family.] Contributor Names Thomas, H. (Artist) Created / Published Credit Line: Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana. Thomas, H. Thomas portrait of Lincoln and family.

New York United States, W. Robertson, New York. Historic proofs and data in support of the Lincoln Way: being the route traveled by the Thomas Lincoln family in coming from Indiana to Illinois in the yearfor submission to the Governor of the State of Illinois and the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illinois by Abraham Lincoln Memorial Highway Association (Book).

Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky and grew up in Indiana yet he had deep New England roots. Although Lincoln was never able to confirm it during his lifetime, he descended from English colonists who settled in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 17th century.

Lincoln’s first ancestors to settle in New England was his 4th great-grandfather Samuel Lincoln, a weaver by trade.

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