Is Nanny Tadpole Woodall's husband Thomas Jefferson or Thomas H Woodall??

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I need someone to take a look for me please. I not sure if I'm thinking straight but

Nanny Tadpole's husband is listed as Profile Thomas Jefferson Woodall https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Woodall-410  I placed this here https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Woodall-410#Added_for_G2G_Question on his profile and this is his Find-A-Grave https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/18676821/thomas-jefferson-woodall.

I believe that perhaps the husband of Nanny Tadpole should read Thomas H. Woodall here on Find-A-Grave https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/60421848 I can't find his profile on Wikitree although I believe he could be related to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wooddall-3 this Woodall Family.  

Also I would like to put in Varches Spence as his wife also on his profile.

I hope this makes sense I am becoming confused.

Thank you all for your help with this matter before I start changing anything around or suggest it.

Also on Nannie Tadpole's profile it list a child as Thomas H. Woodall Jr.  

WikiTree profile: Nannie Woodall
in Genealogy Help by Susan Beech G2G6 (8.5k points)
edited by Susan Beech

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It appears that one Thomas Jefferson Woodall was a Cherokee man, the son of George Woodall, a white man and Ellen Moore (Cherokee).  He died unmarried without children.  A second Thomas Woodall, a white man, married Nannie.  I couldn't find a middle name for Thomas, his grandchildren just listed him as "Tom Woodall" on their Eastern Cherokee applications.  It's entirely possible that both men were named after Thomas Jefferson, but I cannot find a document that shows a middle name or initial for the husband of Nannie Tadpole.  The 1851 Cherokee census only listed Cherokee people, so if Nannie and Thomas were living together it wouldn't show on the roll.
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (268k points)
selected by Susan Beech
I could not find a middle initial for Nannie Tadpole Woodall's son Thomas.  He appears as "Thomas" on the only rolls I could find.  There was a grandson who was Thomas F. Woodall.
I wasn't sure of that initial.  You answered two questions I had in my mind!

Thank you for having your knowledge and have good rest of your day

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