1787 Frederick Co., MD a bill of sale to Manuel Custer, Through Garrett Co., MD. ........ 2William Thomas married [Loyalist] A captain of the Bucks County Volunteers, William Thomas was also listed as a traitor. m. Abt. 1757. ............+Mary Rhoads. b. Abt. 1709, Whitemarsh Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA [She m. 1. George Kuster, b. 1704,d. 01 November 1755. He was killed by the Indians] Indian trader, sold liquor by the gallon, Indian beads. His brother, Paul, married Sarah Martha Ball] ........ 2Jacob Thomas married ............+Mary Sharp 1767 - 1864 [Buck's County (PA) Volunteers at Philadelphia in July 1777.]Samuel Sharp, from Woodbridge New Jersey., Samuel Sharp granted Lot (#2) (South) (200 acres) on Long Reach of the Kingston Grant, Kings County N.B as a Loyalist. ........ 2Frances Thomas married ............+John Custard. John Thomas1787 Frederick Co., MD a bill of sale to Manuel Custer, Through Garrett Co., MD. 06 March 1787. 6 March 1787, Frederick Cty, MD.png, In Frederick Co., MD can be found a bill of sale thus: at the request of John Thomas a bill of sale, that I, Manuel Custer for the consideration of 24 ..[1863, Through Garrett Co., MD.] Paul Custer, VA, 59 acres patented to Paul, 27 August 1787.
Old St Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Built 1743, FRANCES THOMAS m JOHN CUSTARD 20 Aug 1760 at Old St Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church (built 1743) in Philadelphia, PA.(This area in Philadelphia is now Montgomery Co., PA) The witnesses were Henrick Hencke and Joshua Thomas. I need the names of the parents for FRANCES THOMAS and for JOHN CUSTARD.
William Thomas m. Mary Rhoads
Jacob Thomas m. Mary Sharp, daughter of Samuel Sharp,Priscilla Sutton, 02 July 1759, Long Reachburied on farm along with father Samuel Sharp
Frances Thomas m. John Custard, 20 August 1760, Old St Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
John Thomas 1787 Frederick Co., MD a bill of sale to Manuel Custer. Newspaper item, 1863, Through Garrett Co., MD. Does anyone know anything further of Frances Thomas and John Custer? Thanks in advance for any help received. Norma