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Thomas Jenkins

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Thomas Jenkins
Born [date unknown] in Lyn Castle, Anglesea, Walesmap
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Died in Charles, Marylandmap
Jenkins-1077 created 15 Jun 2011 | Last modified | Last edit: 29 Aug 2017
02:07: James Stratman edited the Primary Photo for Thomas Jenkins. [Thank James for this]
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Categories: Maryland Colonists | Maryland Founders and Settlers | Province of Maryland | Charles County, Maryland.




Name: Thomas Jenkins


Date: 1642
Place: Lyn Castle, Anglesea, Wales


Date: 1727
Place: Charles, Maryland


Wife: Anne Spalding (1649 - 1729)


Date: 1672
Place: Maryland
It is a family tradition that our progenitor, Thomas Jenkins, was the son of William Jason Jenkins of Anglesey, Wales, who was the younger brother of Sir Lionel (Leoline or Llewllyn) Jenkins, who was First Lord of the Admiralty under Charles II and a friend of William Penn. At this writing, I have not found any documents to prove this. F O'Connor 27 Aug 2017
See Thomas Jenkins of Maryland 1670: His Descendants and Allied Families. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1985. Page 1 for discussion: Jenkins, Edward Felix. [1]

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On 21 Aug 2014 at 00:57 GMT C Handy wrote:

Jenkins-4151 and Jenkins-1077 appear to represent the same person because: Same person; Elizabeth Jenkins, daughter of Thomas Jenkins and Ann Spalding, married first Moses Jones, and after his death married secondly Edward Edelen. See here:

On 21 Aug 2014 at 00:52 GMT C Handy wrote:

Jenkins-1687 and Jenkins-1077 appear to represent the same person because: All data match

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