It seems likely from the records and websites quoted below that this Thomas Pace was a son of Nathaniel Pace and Mildred Boykin.Nathaniel Pace was a son of Thomas Pace (d. 1766 Northampton Co NC), who was a son of Richard Pace (m. Rebecca _______________, d. 1738 Bertie Co NC)
"State of Georgia, Washington County Personally came before me Thomas Pace one of the Justices of the Inferior Court of said County, Baldwin Fluker Esq'r and William Lynum and saith on Oath that Reuben Wilkerson Late of the County aforesaid and wife with two of his Negroes were Massacred by the Indians and all his House &c with all his papers was burnt up at the same time which was about the year Seventeen Hundred and Ninety five or Six (who from general report the said Wilkerson bore the Commission of Cap't in the Revolutionary Service of the United States) and the deponants further saith that Rueben Wilkerson Left two Heirs a Son & Daughter vis't: Nathaniel Green Wilkerson and Lucy Wilkerson now Lucy Hill which are the true & Lawfull Heirs of the said Wilkerson Dec'd. Sworn to and Subscribed to before me 20th of July 1819 B. Fluker William Lynum Thos Pace J. I. C."
"FLUKER, BALDWIN1/2/1829 - 3/2/1819pg12 Wife: Sarah Q. Children:Robert O.T. Fluker, Baldwin M.M. Fluker, Rebecca M. Fluker, Ann E. Fluker (each inheriting 1/5 estate). Exe: wife andThomas Pace;James Willis;Isaac Boatland; Witnesses: Nicholas Childers, Walter L. Campbell & Edwin E. Campbell"
'“Died at the residence of Dr. Collins on October 29, 1823, Thomas I. Pace, 13 years of age, son of Major Thomas Pace of Washington County”.Printed in Georgia Gen. Mag., Vol. 6, April, 1967, p. 1588, and submitted by Mrs. Hugh L Faulk for reprint in Collections of Twiggs Countians, by Carswell, 1973. '
"My grand Parents on my Mothers side were raised in S. C. where they were married some time about 1772.His name was Nathaniel Pace and my Grand Mother’s name was Mildred Boykin.They raised twelve children whose names were as follows...[one name being] Thomas, born Jan., 22, 1776." [..] "Thomas Pace married one of Govenor Irwins Daughters of Baldwin Co. and lived in Macon Ga. Had three daughters who married as follows,...[one marriage being] Harriett married Robert Collins"
"OLD CITY CEMETERY MACON, GEORGIA 1825 - 1840 " [..] "Sacred to the memory of Mrs Rebecca Pace, consort of Thomas Pace and daughter of Jared Irwin.Died 30 Dec. 1828.Aged 51 years." [..] "The remains of Harriet E. Collins, wife of Dr Robert Collins, died Apr 20, 1834. Aged 31 years."