Note: [v76t0814.ftw] Born in Pennsylvania, Thomas moved with his parents to Orange (now Chatham) Co., NC, arriving about 1750. In 1758 Thomas was given a certificate to Perquimans MM to marry, and returned to Orange Co. with his bride. Elizabeth Knox had come from Nansemond Co., VA, to Northampton Co., NC, with her father about 1753 and belonged to Perquimans MM. Sometime before 1771 the family moved to the Chestnut Creek area of southwest Virginia, which became Carroll Co. in 1842. This area is just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, beautiful country, but land that must have been hard to pioneer and farm.
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