1795 - 1892
||Jacob Thomas |
||29 May 1795
||Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire [1, 2]
||during the War of 1812 [1, 2] |
||16 Mar 1892
||Millington, Tuscola, Michigan [1, 2]
- Jacob moved to Avon, New York with his brother Matthew. In 1836 he removed to Genesee County, Michigan and in 1861 moved to Millington, Tuscola County, Michagan where he resided until his death.
He had 3 children and was a member of the Methodis Episcopal Church in which he was for sixteen years a class leader and steward.
Jacob was described as having a 'short stubby build, a regular Thomas in build." 
||14 Apr 2009 |
||Jacob Thomas, b. 31 Jan 1763, Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire , d. 20 Dec 1835, East Avon, Livingston, New York |
||Ruth Perkins, b. 21 Jul 1764, Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire , d. 22 Nov 1852, Kendall, Orleans, New York |
||13 Oct 1785
||Sanbornton, Belknap, New Hampshire 
- [S109337 ] Memorial Sketches: Jacob Thomas, Morse, Reverend Charles F. (Charles Fitch), (St. Johnsbury, Vermont: 1898), 15 (Reliability: 3).
- [S1118470] History of Bristol, Grafton, New Hampshire, Richard W. Musgrove, (Bristol, N.H. : R. W. Musgrove, c1904 FHL Book #974.23/B2 H2), 2: 427 (Reliability: 3).
- [S1118470] History of Bristol, Grafton, New Hampshire, Richard W. Musgrove, (Bristol, N.H. : R. W. Musgrove, c1904 FHL Book #974.23/B2 H2), 2: 424 (Reliability: 3).