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 to enter   Special Notes from Gallatin County Researchers


While cleaning out my Dad's house recently, we came across a collection of papers that belonged to Katherine Wilson Thomas (1903-1989) who lived in Glencoe. She married Robert Thomas who was the son of Maude Price and Robert P. Thomas who was a prominent doctor in the Gallatin, Owen and Grant County area. It is a large collection of postcards, letters and other documents. There are letters and postcards from WWII as well as a WWI Volunteer Medical Service Corp. certificate belonging to Robert P. Thomas. We are not related to this family. I don't believe that Robert and Katherine had any children. I would like to hear from anyone who may be related to this family. I would like to pass this wonderful collection of papers along to a family relation. Please contact Karen Frans, karen_frans356@hotmail.com

 

 

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Gallatin Co. was formed in 1798 from Franklin, Shelby
Owen formed in 1819 from Scott, Franklin, Gallatin, Pendleton. Trimble formed in 1837 from Henry, Oldham, and Gallatin. Carroll formed in 1838 from Gallatin, Henry and Trimble.

Carroll Owen Grant
Boone Switzerland Co., IN Trimble

 

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