I checked the sources I have at home for Licking Co (most are early) with no luck on your specific people. I checked: -Tax Indexes 1809, 1810, 1816, 1826, 1834 (there were THOMASes in all of them) -Probate Records 1828-1904 (same) -None in Eden, Fallsbury, Perry Tps Cemeteries or Partitions 1831-36 -1 in Poplar Fork Cemetery, Hopewell Tp -1 in Washington Co Marriages 1791-1803 -Several in each of the following: Transcribed Marriages 1808-75, Marriages 1875-79, 1879-83, 1883-88 -Pre-1808 Land Records (some) -Common Pleas 1819-22, Newark Directory 1858/9, 1820 Census, Early County Home Index 1838-72, Howe's Early History 1888, Partitions 1816-78, Combined Atlas (1847, 1854 wallmaps, 1866, 1875 atlases) all had some -1870 Census Index lists a Joseph THOMAS in Perry Tp (p393) -1880 Census Index lists a Sarah THOMAS in Newark (p412) & Madison Tp (p272) -Hill's History 1888 lists a Joseph THOMAS (p517) - available online at heritagepursuit.com -Bristers History 1909 v2 has several THOMASes listed; v1 p363-4 tells of a Rev. Joseph THOMAS in McKean Tp, known as 'the pilgrim', preached in the woods at Fredonia ca1830, 'man of rare eccentricity of character', 'had considerable force as a camp-meeting orator', leader of the sect called New Lights, 'a resident of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia', 'extensive traveler', 'published a diary or book of travels', poet, wore white. Sorry I couldn't help. Have you tried the Licking Co Genealogical Society?