Hi Donna, tried to email this to you but it was returned to me undeliverable.Others might have some use for it anyway so I'll cut and paste..
I have a little more (readily available) info on Henry:This comes from a book my great Aunt Rochelle T. Farris (sister of my grandmother) wrote called Gachets and Thorntons, Look To The Rocks From Which They Were Hewn.
Roger Thornton (Jr.) b. June 14, 1725, North Farnham Parish, Richmond, VA, d. in Hancock Co., GA 1797.m. Catherine Lindsey, dau. of Dennis Lindsay, Rev. Sol., Granville, Co., NC.Her mother's name is unknown and was not living in Aug. 1762.(Will of Dennis Lindsey).
Roger Thornton (Jr.) parents:
Roger Thornton (Sr.) son of Anne Debard and Henry Thornton, b. June 1, 1686, m. Isabella cir. 1708.She died after May 6, 1730.He d. before May 6, 1730 (will).
Henry Thornton b. - d. before 1723, m. Anne Debard b. - d. living in 1726.Mentioned in Headrights of William Davis on River Potomac, above waters of Puscatawy in 1657.
Henry's sibs, I'll give you verbatim out of this book:
2. William Thornton b. - m. Fanny ______.A purchaser at Scurlock Sale 1795, served on Petit Juries 1796 - 8.He and his wife Fanny sold 2 tracts of land 1802.1806 his name was on Ocmulgee Land Lottery for 2 draws.He served on Juris 1806 - 1809.He and wife Fanny sold land in Hancock Co., GA 1838, on Lottery List in Harris Co., GA, same year he paid taxes on land on Eiland Creek, Hancock Co., GA.
3. Lindsay Thornton b. - d. - in Hancock Co., GA.Records from 1796-1813.He and wife Jane sold land Sept. 28, 1804, which included part of a tract of land granted Absolom Eiland and 40 acres granted to Roger Thornton in Washington Co., GA, later Greene Co., and still later Hancock Co.1813 he sold land in Hancock Co, on the Oconee River.At that time he was a resident of Jones Co. GA.
4. roger and Catherine Thornton must have had a son, dec'd, who was the father of Isam (Isom) Thornton, a grandson name in Roger's will, and he was given a son's share.Isam paid taxes on land on Island Creek in 1805, 1806, 1817.He paid taxes in Hancock and Walton Counties in 1821.He was listed for 2 draws in the Ocmulgee Land Lottery in 1806.The 1820 Hancock Co.lists him.1830 census shows wife under 40, 6 sons and 4 daus.Probably m. Betsey Templin, Sept. 22, 1815.
5. Roger Thornton does not mention his daughters by name in his will.
That's it on Henry's line, it does not list his children separately, which is weird, because the rest of this book does, but it was a long time ago, and his sibs info does not list names of children.
The next in his line is the next main name in the line (who is Roger Thornton's son as well):
John Thornton b. cir. 1766 and m. cir. 1790, wife's name not known, according to records in Sparta, Hancock Co., GA.In 1795 he was Justice of the Peace.In 1795 he served as Juror.1802 he sold land left him by his father, Roger Thornton, part of a tract where Roger formerly lived and left to John by Roger's will.This land joined Lindsay Thornton's.
There is so much more, but I don't know what to do with it!!!!
It goes on to name John Thornton's' children etc.There are also land deeds, birth records, marriage records, obits, census records, and a ton more (OK, 450 pages...) need to get it in electronic form, but not sure how at this point.