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Thomas MATHIS, III

Thomas MATHIS, III

Male 1819 - 1900  (80 years)

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  • Sources 
    1. [S283] Thomas Mathis, Jr. Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p2, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: SECONDARY information

    2. [S1218] 1820 U.S. census, Wilkes County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. 537 (penned), line 9, Thomas Mathis household; digital image, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 February 2017); citing National Archives microfilm publication M33, roll 83. 
      Evidence Analysis: PRIMARY information

    3. [S283] Thomas Mathis (3rd) Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p6, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: SECONDARY information

    4. [S258] Tresa Tatyrek, compiler, "My Mother's Father's People," online family tree, RootsWeb, an Ancestry.com Community (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=dunhamchambers&recno=0 : accessed 1 July 2008)

    5. [S283] Thomas Mathis, Jr. Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p1, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: SECONDARY information

    6. [S283] Thomas Mathis, Jr. Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p1-2, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: PRIMARY information

    7. [S709] "Tennessee, County Marriages, 1790-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1619127 : accessed 16 August 2023), Thomas Mathes to Susannah Davis, 29 Dec 1841; citing Claiborne County (Tennessee) County Court Clerk, "Marriage records (Claiborne County, Tennessee), 1838-1918, 1931-1954 : Another filming, v. 2, 1987," 2:34; FHL digital folder 5728833 > image 42 of 806; 
      Evidence Analysis: an ORIGINAL source with PRIMARY information providing DIRECT evidence

    8. [S709] "Tennessee, County Marriages, 1790-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1619127 : accessed 16 August 2023), Thomas Mathes to Susannah Davis, 29 Dec 1841; citing Claiborne County (Tennessee) County Court Clerk, "Marriage records (Claiborne County, Tennessee), 1838-1918, 1931-1954 : Another filming, v. 2, 1987," 2:34; FHL digital folder 5728833 > image 42 of 806 and FHL digital folder 5728431, image 589 of 859; 
      Evidence Analysis: an ORIGINAL source with PRIMARY information providing DIRECT evidence

    9. [S283] Thomas Mathis (3rd) Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p5, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: SECONDARY information

    10. [S283] Thomas Mathis (3rd) Family, manuscript records; box 1, v17, Mathis family record, 1775-1903, p5-6, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. NOTE: As of 2023, All volumes of the JJ Watts collection are now ONLINE at https://digital.shsmo.org/digital/collection/genealogy/search/searchterm/John%20J.%20Watts publicly available and free to search. 
      Evidence Analysis: SECONDARY information



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