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Ann Lupton Thompson

 

Witnesses who signed their Marriage Certificate

Cadwaleder, Rees (Reece)
Dillon, John
Haines, Joshua
Hains, Mary
Jolliffe, Elisabeth
Lupton, David
Lupton, Grace
Lupton, Isaac
Lupton, John
Lupton, Joseph
Lupton, Rachel
Lupton, Samuel
Lupton, William
Maccormick, James
Neall, William
Parkins, Jonathan
Pickering, Grace
Pickering, Jacob
Pickering, Samuel, Jr.
Pickering, Sarah
Pickering, William
Pickering Samuel

Pugh, Jesse
R?
Rees (Reece), Lydia
Rodgers, Jacob, Jr.
Steer, Abigail
Steer, James
Walker, Abel
Walker, Rachel


Ann Lupton was born on May 16, 1733 in Solbury, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her parents were Joseph Lupton and Mary Scarborough.

Ann moved to Frederick County, Virginia with her family about 1740.

She married Joseph Thompson on about 1750. Joseph was born on March 10, 1728 in Virginia.

Joseph Thompson, of Barkley County in the Colony of Virginia, and Ann Lupton, dau of Joseph and Mary Lupton, deceased; 15th day of 7th month, 1773 [?]; at Hopewell.

Ann and Joseph's children included:
Sarah Thompson (1753),
Richard Thompson (1755, married Susanna Stedman),
Joseph Thompson, Jr. (1756),
Jane Thompson Hilburn (1760, married Levi Hilburn), and
Mary Thompson Jenkins (1763, married William Jenkins).

The family moved to Newberry, South Carolina with other Frederick County, Virginia Quakers. They were admitted to the Bush River Monthly Meeting in 1776.

John Coats who sent a paper condeming his own actions on the 1st month of 1779 in the Bush River Monthly Meeting.

In 1779 Joseph Thompson and Robert Evans were sent by the Bush River Meeting to ascertain the sincerity of John Coats' apology.

Ann died in 1806 in Newberry.

Joseph died on October 22, 1813 in Concord, Miami County, Ohio where he had gone with other Friends from South Carolina. Supposedly, Zachery Dicks, an itinerant minister, warned the South Carolina Friends “of a terrific internecine war not far in the future” that would be due to the evils of slavery. He advised them to leave South Carolina which they did en masse.

Joseph wrote his will on September 21, 1813 in Miami County, Ohio. He appointed his daughter and her husband, Mary and William Jenkins as executors. He left his granddaughter, Sarah McKenzie Miles, $100. He had already provided for his son, Richard, so he left him John Grefeth's journal and Baley's dictionary and $2. He gave his daughter, Mary and her husband William, $365 and a clock which made his provision for them total $800. He left his daughter, Jane, and her husband, Levi Hilburn, 192 acres in Newberry South Carolina. They were to pay his granddaughters, Sarah Miles, Ann Thompson, Mary Thompson, and Sarah Thompson $100 each.

Frederick County, Virginia was formed in 1743 from Orange County. Old Frederick County included all or part of four counties in present-day Virginia: Shenandoah, Clarke, Warren, and Frederick, as well as five in present-day West Virginia: Hardy, Hampshire, Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan.
 

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Will of Joseph Thompson, Will Book 1, page 12
1, Joseph Thompson of Miami Co give:
2d to my granddaughter Sarah Miles formerly Sarah McKenzie $100
3d to my son Richard Thompson John Grefeth's journal & Baley's dictionary & $2 besides what I have given him.
4th to my daughter Mary Jenkins & her husband Wm Jenkins $365 & my clock which makes with what I have given them $800
6th to my daughter Jane Hilburn & her husband Levi Hilburn 182 A of land in Newberry Dist S.C. conveyed to me by John Eleman & 10 A adjg they however to pay Sarah Miles $100 & to each of my granddaughters the daughters of Joseph Thompson Junr decd viz: Ann Thompson, Mary Thompson & Sary Thompson $100 each.
Appoints Wm & Mary Jenkins Exrs.
Dated Sept 21, 1813
Joseph Thompson