I have some information on Thomas Thomas Thompson and wife Mary Samantha Abercrombie and their children. Thomas Thomas Thompson was born 26 August 1829 in Henry County, Georgia and died 18 September 1900 in Marshall County, Alabama.He is buried in the Union Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.He is reported to have been a Baptist Minister for 52 years.In the Civil War he served with Co. E, 27th GA. Infantry Regiment.He was injured and retired on disability 7 January 1862. His parents are unproven, but thought to have been Flanders Thompson and Sarah A. - maiden name unknown. Mary Samantha Abercrombie was born 10 January 1831 in Henry County, Georgia and died 28 April 1913 in Ashridge, Winston County, Alabama.She is buried in the Antioc Baptist Church Cemetery.She and Thomas Thomas Thompson were married 14 January 1849 in Fayette County, Georgia. Proven parents of Mary Samantha Abercrombie were: William J. Abercrombie, Jr. (1804-1885) and wife, Mahala Vining (1809-1876) Note: Mahala Vining was a half-sister to my great-great grandmother, Susannah (Waldrop) Sims.
Isaac Marion Abercrombie was born 1 July 1860 in Campbell County, Georgia and died 25 January 1950 at Gadsden, AL.He is said to have married in 1876 where? Nancy Victoria Preston is said to have been born 1852 in GA.and died 1923 in Gadsden, AL. That is all I have on Isaac and Nancy.Perhaps you can give me names and dates on all of their children? Some time back I was in correspondence with other relatives who were researching Thompson, Abercrombie, Sims and more. My ancestors were Sims and Abercrombie. Thompsons married into both Abercrombie and Sims.
A sibling/brother to Issac was John Thomas Thompson, born December 1855 in Fayette County, Georgia and died 13 April 1932 at or near Elkton, Giles County, Tennessee and is buried in the Eliott Cemetery near Ardmore, TN. He too became a Baptist Minister. He married Martha A. Sims - date unknown. Martha A. Sims was born Sept. 1840 in Chambers Co., AL. and died date and place unknown. Her parents were my great-great grandparents, Clayborn and Susannah (Waldrop) Sims. Bureau of Land Management records show that John Thomas Thompson acquired 161.46 acres of land in Franklin County, Alabama. On 14 February 1894 he wrote a letter to his brother and sisters and family telling of the death of his sister-in-law Louisa (Louisa J. Sims) who had just recently died and was buried near his home.In the letter he listed his address as Newburg P. O. Franklin County, Alabama. Based upon where Sims and Thompson relatives lived at that time, is seems likely the actual location was near the Grey Rock Baptist Church which is about half way between Newburg and Phil Campbell, Franklin County, Alabama.There are a number of Sims and Thompson relatives still residing in those areas.
Let me know if you don't already have the other children of Thomas Thomas Thompson and wife Mary Samantha Abercrombie.