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                 The Tharps
                     of
      North-East and North-Central Texas
 During the Last Half of the Nineteenth Century
The Tharps of North-East and North-Central Texas During the Last Half of the Nineteenth Century
by
David Tharp 
 
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1790 US Census, Sampson County, North Carolina
1790 US Census, Sampson County, North Carolina
Southy Fisher 
 
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1800 US Census, Burke County, North Carolina
1800 US Census, Burke County, North Carolina
Alexander Clark is the last entry before the page break 
 
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1820 US Census, Dykes, Pulaski, Georgia
1820 US Census, Dykes, Pulaski, Georgia
George A Tharp is entry #22 on the list 
 
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1820 US Census, Floyd County, Kentucky
1820 US Census, Floyd County, Kentucky
Alexander Clark is entry number 4 
 
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1830 US Census, Copiah County, Mississippi
1830 US Census, Copiah County, Mississippi
George A Tharp is entry number 21 
 
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1830 US Census, Floyd County, Kentucky
1830 US Census, Floyd County, Kentucky
Alexander Clark is entry number 27 (or second from bottom). Alexander's brother, Samuel is entry number 21 and Samuel's son, Samuel, Jr is entry number 7 
 
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1850 US Census, Bibb County, Alabama
1850 US Census, Bibb County, Alabama
W J McKinney and Mary Barnard "Polly" Caudle
Lines 41 and 42
Their first two daughters, Martha Lucinda and Mary Bethina are on the next page.

The census is taken for the inhabitants of W C River in Bibb County. This is the West Side of the Cahaba River. 
 
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1850 US Census, Rusk County, Texas
1850 US Census, Rusk County, Texas
Alexander Clark and his family is the first entry
James Murphy Hager and his family is the second entry 
 
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1850 US Census, Rusk County, Texas
1850 US Census, Rusk County, Texas
Samuel Thomas Hager Family 
 
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1860 US Census, Hagars, Houston County, Texas
1860 US Census, Hagars, Houston County, Texas
Alexander Clark Family
Henry Gage Ivie Family
Lorenzo Jasper Clark Family 
 
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1860 US Census, Houston County, Texas
1860 US Census, Houston County, Texas
James Murphy Hager Family 
 
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1860 US Census, Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, July 20, 1860.
1860 US Census, Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, July 20, 1860.
The family of John Allen Tharp, Sr and Martha Catherine Barnes, with their children James, Willis, John Allen Tharp, Jr., Julia, Thomas, Robert, Catherine "Caty", Charlie, Martha. The second family on the census 
 
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1870 US Census, Athens, Henderson County, Texas, Prencinct #3, page 12, July 27, 1870
1870 US Census, Athens, Henderson County, Texas, Prencinct #3, page 12, July 27, 1870
Walter Tharp and his family on line 13
John Allen Tharp, Sr and his family on line 16
John Allen Tharp, Jr and his family on line 27 
 
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1870 US Census, Athens, Henderson, Texas, Precinct #3, page 7, July 25, 1870
1870 US Census, Athens, Henderson, Texas, Precinct #3, page 7, July 25, 1870
James Allen Tharp on line 50
Mollie Allen Tharp (sister) line 51 
 
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1870 US Census, Canton, Van Zandt, Texas
1870 US Census, Canton, Van Zandt, Texas
Hugh Berry family, including Eunice (Nice) on line 9
Margaret Berry on line 14 
 
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1880 US Census, Denton County, Texas, District 106, June 24, 1880
1880 US Census, Denton County, Texas, District 106, June 24, 1880
John Allen Tharp, Sr, line 25
Robert Allen Tharp line 30
William Gentry with Catherine Allen Tharp line 35 
 
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1880 US Census, Kaufman County, Texas, Precinct 64
1880 US Census, Kaufman County, Texas, Precinct 64
Dow Hager (Lorenza Jasper) line 31 
 
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1880 US Census, Van Zandt County, Texas
1880 US Census, Van Zandt County, Texas
Hugh Berry line 7
Eunice Berry Hager line 9
Eunice "Una" Berry Hager is listed as divorced 
 
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1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
Edd (Eddie) Paschal Norvell line 1
John Wallace Norvell line 2
Gertrude Norvell line 3
Parents are on previous page of Census 
 
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1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
Wallace Waldo Norvell and Autie Paschal Norvell last two lines, childre, Edd, John and Gertrude on next page of census 
 
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1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
1900 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
James Knox Ladd Norvell family line 90
Van Calhoun Norvell family (James' brother) line 60 
 
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1900 US Census, Polk County, Texas, Precint 3, page16
1900 US Census, Polk County, Texas, Precint 3, page16
Joseph Morah Kersh family line 86
It is noted here that Nancy Ann McKinney Kersh was the mother of ten with only four living at the time of the census. Ellen, the twin of Mary Ella would died in 1909. Of additional note of interest is the fact that there was a servant/cook who also is shown to have been the mother of 10 children, with four living. 
 
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1900 US Census, Roddy, Van Zandt, Texas
1900 US Census, Roddy, Van Zandt, Texas
John Allen Tharp, Jr family line 58
Fisher Allen Tharp family line 68 
 
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1900 US Census, Trinity County, Texas, Precinct #4
1900 US Census, Trinity County, Texas, Precinct #4
Lorenza Jasper (L J) Hager family line 65
Faver family line 57 
 
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1910 US Census, Dallas, Texas
1910 US Census, Dallas, Texas
Wallace Waldo Norvell family line 4 
 
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1910 US Census, El Campo, Wharton, Texas, Mechanic Street
1910 US Census, El Campo, Wharton, Texas, Mechanic Street
Simeon Stanley Allen Tharp family line 10
Thomas Preston Hager (Zora's brother) line 14

Simeon is wrongly recorded as Samuel, Zora as Lora, Veda as Vida, and Virgie as Boidie 
 
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1910 US Census, Forest Hills, Tarrant County, Texas, Bower Springs Public Road
1910 US Census, Forest Hills, Tarrant County, Texas, Bower Springs Public Road
Josie Kersh line 14
Mary Ella Kersh line 13
Gertrude Kersh line 15
The three surviving Kersh sisters in the Ft Worth Masonic Home 
 
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1920 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
1920 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee
James Knox Ladd Norvell family line 56 
 
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1920 US Census, Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt, Texas, Dixie Highway
1920 US Census, Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt, Texas, Dixie Highway
Simeon Stanley Allen Tharp family line 6 
 
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1920 US Census, Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt, Texas, January 27, 1920
1920 US Census, Ben Wheeler, Van Zandt, Texas, January 27, 1920
John Allen Tharp, Jr line 28
John Allen Tharp, Jr, age 72 is living with John Quincy Dorman and Lillie Owens Dorman and their son Paul Pierce Dorman. Lillie Owens Dorman is shown to be John Allen Tharp's niece on the Pension Petition of Jessie Tharp, John's second wife. This census was taken on January 27, 1920, just before John died on April 17, 1920. 
 
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1920 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas
1920 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Edd Norvell, Josie & Jimmie living with Nancy Weir and Mary Ella Kersh line 46 
 
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1920 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, 1800 Rice Street
1920 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, 1800 Rice Street
Wallace Waldo Norvell family line 7 
 
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1930 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee, McBrides Creek Road, April 4, 1930
1930 US Census, Beechgrove, Coffee, Tennessee, McBrides Creek Road, April 4, 1930
America Jane Moore Norvell line 65
Living with America, now a widow, are two of her grandchildren, James Ashley Norvell and his sister, Sallie J Norvell, the children of J Fred Moore Norvell and Susie Ashley 
 
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1930 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas
1930 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Jodie Richard Hay family line 1 
 
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1930 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, Howell Street
1930 US Census, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, Howell Street
Wallace Waldo Norvell family line 74
with son-in-law Levi Floyd line 72 
 
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1930 US Census, Smith County, Texas, Henderson Highway
1930 US Census, Smith County, Texas, Henderson Highway
Simeon Stanley Allen Tharp family line 61 
 
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A General Introduction and History
A General Introduction and History
A Personal Introduction and History - How these pages came to be, and what they represent 
 
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Alabama
Alabama
State Department of Archives and History
Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama 
 
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Alabama
Alabama
Capitol of Alabama 
 
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Alabama
Alabama
Research Room
Alabama State Department of Archives and History
Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama 
 
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Alabama
Alabama
Lobby
Alabama State Department of Archives and History 
 
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ALLENTHARP
ALLENTHARP
Will of John A Allentharp
January 12, 1746
Stafford County, Colony of Virginia 
 
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ALLENTHARP
ALLENTHARP
Elizabeth Allentharp and John McDonald
Marriage Document
June 21 1815
Bourbon County, Kentucky 
 
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Allentharp - Tharp Lineage
Allentharp - Tharp Lineage
Tracing the Lineage and Name Change of Allentharp to Tharp 
 
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Allentharp ~ Tharp Connection
Allentharp ~ Tharp Connection
A look at the history of how the Allentharps eventually became the Tharps 
 
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Allentharp, Benjamin
Last Will and Testament
January 5, 1806
Allentharp, Benjamin Last Will and Testament January 5, 1806
 
 
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American Cemetery
American Cemetery
Natchitoches, Natchitoches, Louisiana 
 
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American Cemetery
American Cemetery
Natchitoches, Natichoches, Louisiana 
 
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American Cemetery
American Cemetery
Natchitoches, Natchitoches, Louisiana 
 

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