Thomas Franklin Sr (abt. 1745 - abt. 1826)
about [location unknown] 1745
of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
Mary (Clark) Franklin
[date unknown] in
Chester County, South Carolina, United States of America [uncertain]
about Aug 1826
Jefferson County, Alabama, United States of America
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Will of Thomas Franklin Sr, dated 25 Jul 1826, Jefferson County, AL.
Designation of administrators of estate of Thomas Franklin Sr, deceased, Orphans Court records, Jefferson County, AL dated 07 Sep 1826.
Author: Gandrud, Pauline Jones. Title: Alabama Records. Volume 170. Pages 10-12, 26-30, 57-58.
US Federal Census - 1850, Mud Creek, Jefferson County, AL
"Alabama Records" Volume 107, by Pauline Jones Gandrud, p4, 24.(attached)
1790 U.S. Census - Chester Co., SC - Series# M637; Roll# 11; p202; Image# 130; FHL# 0568151 .
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