The Hibbard/Thomson Family

Sarah Anna (Hibbard) (dau. Moses, s. Aaron, Seth, Jonathan, Samuel, Robert), b. Lisbon, N.H., April 2, 1834; m. Jan. 28, 1864, Henry A. Thomson of Olive Furance, Ohio. She taught school in New Hampshire, Vermont and Ohio. Mr. T.'s father died when he was twelve, and he soon began to earn his own way. He spent some time with his brother, the late Bishop Edward Thomson. Afterwards he went to Baltimore, and from there made several ocean voyages. He engaged in business in British Guiana, S. Am. In 1848 he returned hom, and preferring a warmer climate went South, to Miss., returning before the war. The last twelve years of his life were spent in Wakarusa, Kansas, where he was specially active in Sunday-school work. He was injured by a fall in Nov., 1889, and died Dec. 1, of that year.

Children.

LUELLA O. THOMSON, b. Bonhampton Plantation, Issaquena Co., Miss. She was graduated from the Kansas State Normal School in 1894, and has since been teaching in the public schools of Kan., residing at Wakarusa.

GEORGE PRICHARD THOMSON, b. Jackson Furnace, March 27, 1868.

HIBBARD HENRY THOMSON, b. Zaleski O., Jan. 6, 1871.

ELIZABETH MOORE THOMSON, b. Hope Furance, O., March 27, 1873; m. Wakarusa, Kan., June 7, 1899, B. Franklin Nelson; resides Wakarusa.

ELLEN M. THOMSON, b. Hope Furnace, June 22, 1876.


Source: Hibbard, Augustine George, Genealogy of the Hibbard family : who are descendants of Robert Hibbard of Salem, Massachusetts Hartford Conn.: A.G. Hibbard, 1901, pp. 271-272.



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