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Thomas Family of Talbot County, Maryland

By: Richard Henry Spencer, (Baltimore, Md., 1914)

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   Among the early emigrants to America, during the reign of Charles I, was Christopher Thomas, born in 1609, in England, who arrived in Virginia in 1635. His ancestors were of Welsh origin, but the branch of the family from which he was descended, not long after the Norman Conquest, removed to England, where Tristram Thomas, his father, was living at Sundrish, now Sundridge, County Kent, in 1639. He is thought to have been either the son or the grandson of the Rev. Tristram Thomas, Rector of Alfold Parish, County Surrey, instituted 9 February 1558-59.

Allied families treated in the book:
De Courcy Riddel Lowe
Leeds Leigh Goldsborough
Dickinson Dall Bringier
Martin Spencer Francis
Kerr Markoe Tripp
Hemsley Ridgely  

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