Thomas, Henry O.
March 04, 2007 04:56PM
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 552.
[Bourbon County] [North Middletown Precinct]

HENRY O. THOMAS, farmer; P. O. North Middletown, is the son of John
Thomas, who is spoken of in another part of this work. Henry O. is a
native of this county and was born March 22, 1829, and was married Jan.
20, 1852, to Annie F. Gaitskill; the result of this union was eight
children, all daughters: Mary H., who was educated at Warrendale,
Patterson Institute and Daughters' College; Emma S., who was educated at
the first two schools mentioned above; Willie A., Addie E., Lillie B.,
L.G.F., Maggie C. and Allie R., who received their education at the
K.C. & B. College at North Middletown, an institution in which Emma S.
Thomas is now music teacher; Addie E. is also engaged in teaching near
Hutchinson Station, in this county. Mr. Thomas owns a very nice farm
of 100 acres three miles south of North Middletown, on the Thatcher's
Mill Pike, with good comfortable improvements, variety of ornamental
trees, etc., and very appropriately named "Woodland". He is a member
of the Masonic order and a Democrat in politics.
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