Rendered patriotic service by providing wheat for the use of the military in August 1781 and February 1782
Thomas Wedding [Sr.] took the Oath of Allegiance in 1778 [Ref: AA-641], which listed his name as 'Widding'
Resident of Port Tobacco East Hundred in 1778
Thomas WEDDING, was born about 1738, son of John Wedding and Elizabeth Clubb. He married Eleanor Harris, daughter of John Harris, before 1776 when she was mentioned in her father's will. In 1772 he was mentioned in his father's will. Thomas was a Farmer and an Episcopal
He died 27 FEB 1790 in Charles Co., MD . His estate was appraised Oct of 1790 and he left a widow and 8 children, as well as a desc daughter, Sarah Logan..His children's names a listed in the will of his widow, Eleanor in 1791.
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