Yes seems like most of the inbfo I have seen has Mary Shipp as his wife and the Mary, Thomas is living with is probably another daughter she fits into the age group of the others that I believe to be children of Thomas Mathers. I looked on the 1830 census and a Thomas Mathers between the age of 40 and 50 was living in Leon Co., FL ( I think not sure that was the county have to look back at it)His wife was between 30 and 40. Did count the males in the household but there were 3 young daughters this could have been Elizabeth Ann,Celia and Mary? I wish someone knew for sure.I found the info about John A. Barco married a Cecilia Mathis or Mathers in the The Gillette Cemetery book by Marvis and Jacob Snell. A John Barco came from Wakulla FL in 1912 to Manatte Co. FL and his parents were John A. Barco and Cecilia Mathers.The book also has info on the Paul Rudolph Beville family he married A Elizabeth Ann Mathers.