Thomas died in Deering,NH June 10,1831. He had moved there when it was known as Society Land in the late 1760s, perhaps moving there with his brothers Ninian, William, who lived nearby, and even Nathaniel who married Margaret Quigley and died building a house up the road a piece in 1772 in Francestown. Thomas apparently had a brief military career, he being an officer inthe militia, andhe and his brothers marched toward Ticonderoga during the revolution, butapparently did not get.Later, in 1797, Thomas was named a Proprieter of the social library in Deerin thereThomas had ten children by Mary Anderson. He made spinning wheel,and was known as "Spinning Wheel Thomas" for that reason. There is an interesting story in the life of Samual Downing, one of the last survivors of the revolutionary war who as a small boy ran away to work for Thomas for seven years or so. Good luck finding out more about Thomas. I used to belive he was a relative of mine, but he has turned out not to be. His grave is quite prominent in Deering, and quite a distance from Mary's.