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Thompson - David - John

Karen, here are my notes from a quick search of the records online:
His father's name was David Thompson, b. Ohio abt 1819, according to the 1900 US Census of Wayne Twp, Montgomery County. John was born Jul 1863. John's wife Mattie O. Thompson was born Mar 1873. They were married in 1892. The family lived in Waynetown in 1900.
According to the 1880 census of Wayne Twp, they lived on a farm. John's mother was May J. Thompson, b. abt 1826. His siblings were William F. Thompson, b. abt 1852; and Mahala F., born abt. 1860. William was a physician.
May's father was born in New Jersey; she and her mother were born in Ohio. Other siblings in the 1870 census, were Albert, age 15; and Daniel S., aged 24. Daniel was born in Indiana.
David died 10 Feb 1903,in Wayne Twp, according to Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920. Mary's death was not found. A possible marriage for David was 21 Nov 1844, in Wells County, when he wed Mary Baker. (IN Marriage Collection, 1800-1941.)
His mother was Mary Jane Burnett.
David & Mary Jane Burnett married in Montgomery Co 6 Aug 1844
Mary Burnett Thompson died in Montgomery Co 5 Dec 1899
Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 22 Dec 1899 p 2
"Waynetown Item"
Mrs. Jane Thompson, wife of David Thompson, aged 78 years died at her home 1 mile east of here last Saturday monring of dropsy. The funeral was conducted Sunday at the residence by Rev. Dougherty of Yountsville after which the interment took place in the Masonic Cemetery
Daily News Review
Crawfordsville, Montggomery County, Indiana
Thursday, Feb 12, 1903
David Thomson (sic), one of the oldest and best respected citizens of this county died this morning at his home near Waynetown. He died of old age being 84 years old. Mr. Thompson was born in Ohio and had lived nearly all his life in this county, having spent many years in Ripley Township. His wife is dead but there are living the following children: D.T. Thompson, William Albert, John and Mrs. Flora Kline. His brothers are Frank, James, Henry; sisters, Mrs. Belle Grennard, Mrs. Harlow, Mrs. Jane Gilkey. Mr. Thompson was a farmer and was a man respected and trusted by all who knew him. The funeral will be conducted at the home on Saturday at one o'clock; burial at Waynetown.
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