I was getting confused because I found a web page that said William married Katherine Hale, dau. of Edward Hale. http://www.patch.net/related/thompson.htmlhttp://www.patch.net/related/thompson.html hildren of the Reverend William Thompson (JOHN) and his wife Katherine Hale:
1. John Thompson (WILLIAM, JOHN) the eldest son of Rev. William Thompson, born circa 1650, married Elizabeth, widow of John Salway, after 1678. Matthias and Alice Warren Mariott sold to John Salway the plantation called "Smith’s Fort" on which Thomas Warren, father of Alice Mariott had built "ye fifty foot brick house". This property formerly belonged to the Indian King, Powhatan who gave it to John Rolfe when he married Pocahantas, daughter of Powhatan. Elizabeth, wife of John Thompson, inherited this property from her first husband, John Salway. John Thompson made his will Aug. 2, 1698, probated Nov. 7, 1699, Surry Co., Bk. 5, p. 185). He named brothers Samuel and William Thompson and stated "Samuel not living in Surry"; sisters, Catherine and Elizabeth; brothers-in-law, Mr. Robert Paine and Mr. Robert Catlett and wife Elizabeth. John Thompson was a Burgess for Surry the years 1693, 1695-96 and 1697.
2. Samuel Thompson, (WILLIAM, JOHN) second son of Rev. William Thompson , married Mary, daughter of William Marriott. He inherited much of his brother, John Thompson’s property and was a man of wealth. He was a Burgess from Surry in 1700-1, 1715-18. Like many prominent citizens at that time, he kept an "Ordinary", or Inn. In 1681 he gave a bond of a thousand pounds of tobacco that he would suffer no person, except his servants, to linger in his tavern on Sundays during the hours of Divine service in the parish church (Bk. 1671-84. p. 52).
I'm still trying to find where Sir William Thomson went.He was in New England as late as 1662 but I don't know where he went from there.He m., 1637, Elizabeth Warner.Their oldest son was Samuel.