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Thompson Genealogy & History

Thompson is of Celtic origin and is especially popular in England and Wales but also in Ireland and Scotland; the Scottish variation is Thomson. The name is patronymic meaning "son of Tom or Thomas". The name Tom itself is derived from the Aramaic (biblical) word meaning "twin." The family motto is "nosce teipsum" meaning "know thyself", but a second one is "In lumine lucem", meaning "I may shine in the light". One of the most noteworthy members of the Thompson genealogy is Jesus' disciple Thomas. In American Thompson family history, Edward Thompsson was a passenger on the Mayflower in 1620.


Thompson Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Clark Thompson-- --, 1928November 13,2006WA
B Audrey Thompson-- --, 1925August 8,2004CA
C Alfred Thompson-- --, 1914December 17,1993NY
D Alden Thompson-- --, 1906April ,1984MI

Thompson Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Elijah Thompson-- --, 1934June 4,1995Somerset,NJ
F Allen Thompson-- --, 1929April 15,1990Granby,MA
G Alan Thompson-- --, 1937August 5,2000Columbus,OH
H Berniece Thompson-- --, 1918April 14,2006Saint Petersburg,FL

Thompson Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
David ThompsonLucy MclambMarch 20,1944Wake, NC
Eddie ThompsonCallie DunnJune 27,1932Wake, NC
Mike ThompsonMacy FortJuly 17,1931Wake, NC
James ThompsonAnna WhitfieldJanuary 20,1934Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Thompson

14th: Thomas15th: White
16th: Clark17th: Harris
18th: Jackson19th: Lee
20th: Lewis21st: Hall
22nd: Walker23rd: Young

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