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Son of Col. Jacob Lumpkin and Ann Lumpkin. Resided in King and Queen County, Virgina.
Thomas was a physician.
According to Mrs. P. H. Hale, of 4102 Westminster place, St. Louis, Mo., Dr Thomas Lumpkin was once sued by one of his patients.
From the Media Research Bureau, 1110 F Street, Washington D.C.: "This family was living in Pittsylvania Couny, VA."
Born about 1727 in Va. Died after 1800 in Green Co, Ga. Married Mary Cody and had 4 children.
|Died 1806. Joseph went to college soon after the Revolutionary
War, but there is no record of the exact date. His will is recorded at Lexington,
Oglehorpe county, 27 Jan. 1806, Will Book A Page 164. The legatees are wife
Ann; son John Lumpkin; dau. Ann B. Bailey; grand dau. Poly Lumpkin; son William
Lumpkin; son Joseph Lumpkin. The executors were sons Joseph and William Lumpkin,
(lumpkin Lore, p. 42.)
Josepth Lumpkin, married Ann ---, and went to Georgia after the Revolution. In 1796 Joseph Lumpkin of Hancock County, Ga., buys land in Pittsylvania County Va., adjoining George Lumpkin's land. In his will recorded at recorded at Lexington, Ga. legatees were, wife Ann, sons John, William and Joseph, daughter Ann B. Bailey and granddaughter Polly Lumpkin.
William Lumpkin's will (Feb. *, 1847) gives to his wife Susanna (Edwards) whom he married in 1815; to son Pitman Lumpkin; daughters Mary Ann Wright and Frances Bell; Son Richard B. Lumpkin; sons-in-law, Thomas T. Britian and John B. Hawkins; son Joseph I. Lumpkin; and Elizabeth Lumpkin widow and relict of my son William.
|Died 1811. Anthony lived in Granville County, North Carolina. His
will, April 5, 1811, found in Will Book 7, page 170, mentions sons Joseph,
William, Edmond and Anthony; also daughters Mary Wood, Nancy Parker, Caty
Mize, and Elizabeth Moody. (lumpkin Lore P. 45,) In the "Heads of Families,
First Census of the U. S. 1790" North Carolina, page 92, Anthony Lumpkin
is the only Lumpkin Mentioned. He is recorded as living in the "Hillsboro
District, Granville County, Tar River District."
Anthony Lumpkin, died in Granville County, N. Car. in 1811; mentions in his will 4 sons and 4 daughters who were then living: Joseph,William, Edmund, Anthony, mary Wood, Nancy Packer, Caty Mize, Elizabeth Moody.
Parker, Dalton Austin, 1938- The Lumpkin family of King and Queen County, Virginia-- the Poland of America : a 200 year genealogical research, 1791-1991 / Columbia, S.C.] : D.A. Parker, c1990. 141 leaves: ill., maps ; 28 cm
The Lumpkin Family of Georgia, by L. L. Cody 1928