F, #21, b. between 17 July 1817 and 13 August 1817, d. 16 February 1864
|Father*||William Price b. 4 Aug 1795, d. 8 Oct 1825|
|Mother*||Nancy Downs b. 1798, d. 18 Jul 1887|
|Charts||Pedigree - grandmother Carrie Adeline Thompson|
Price-Downs (maternal side) - Nancy Downs
|Birth*||between 17 July 1817 and 13 August 1817||Sarah Price was born between 17 July 1817 and 13 August 1817 at South Carolina 1850 census Aug 13, & 1860 census 17 Jul - basis for guess on birth date. Bible says 1817/18.1|
|Note*||Note(s): NO PROOF OF PARENTAGE, SPECULATION BASED ON NO OTHER POSSIBLES and Louise Simons said that James Thornton Price had a sister Sarah.|
|(Witness) Census1830||1830||She is assumed to be one of the household of Nancy Downs in the 1830 census, pg 251, Buncombe Co., North Carolina, who has 1m0-5 (James) 1m10-15 (John) 1f0-5 (Temperence) 1f5-10 (Mary) 1f10-15 (Sarah) 1f30-40 (Nancy).|
|(Witness) Census1840||1840||Sarah Price is assumed to be one of the household of Nancy Downs in the 1840 census, pg 319, no twnshp listed, Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina, who has 1m5-10 (Washington) 1m15-20 (James) 1m20-30 (John) 1f10-15 (Temperence) 1f15-20 (Mary) 1f20-30 (Sarah) 1f50-60 (Nancy).|
|Marriage*||5 May 1842||Sarah Price married Joseph Thompson on 5 May 1842 at Ellijay, Gilmer Co., Georgia, Have marriage license (Evd 807) showing above date of 5th, but no return so don't know actual date of marriage.|
|(InHomeOf) Census1850||1850||Sarah Price appeared on the 1850 census in the household of Joseph Thompson, pg 354 #77-77, Division 33, Gilmer Co., Georgia. Her info on the census included - Thompson, Sarah 34 b.SC.|
|(InHomeOf) Census1860||1860||Sarah Price appeared on the 1860 census in the household of Joseph Thompson, pg 88 #681-594, Subdivision 33, Gilmer Co., Georgia. Her info on the census included - Thompson, Sarah A 43 b.SC; Thompson, Joseph 50 b.SC farmer - no land but $75 personal property.|
|Death*||16 February 1864||Sarah Price died on 16 February 1864 Is this her death date? or maybe their daughter? This date is in the Bible that belonged to the Searcy branch of the family. The Bible dated 1852.|
Entry is Saley Tompson Died Feb 16 1864.
|Census1870*||1870||She appeared on the 1870 census as the head of household, an unknown place . Her info on the census included WHERE ON EARTH DID THIS FAMILY DISAPPEAR TO FOR THE 1870 CENSUS?|
NOT IN FOLLOWING: Gilmer, Murray, Fannin (GA), or in what's readable of Blount, (AL). Most Thompsons in SC 1870 index are black. One white Joseph age 53 Spartanburg has wife Margaret & has black Thompsons next door. There is a possible on pg 463 of Cicero Twnshp, Tipton Co IN, a 60 year old farmer b.GA, living on farm of Isaac Collings, but he is a farm laborer and there is no apparent connection other than employee. The Joseph age 56 on pg 487 Monroe Twp, Morgan, IN is not him. The Joseph age 56 on pg 225 VanBuren Twn, Madison, IN is not him.
Not in these state indexes: AL, CA, CO, GA, ID, IN, IL, KY, MN, MT, NC, NM, SC, TN
OH partial - not the Joseph in Cincinnati w1 pg 111, w8 pgs 177, 181, 186
Ones to try
THOMPSON JOSEPH Age: 54 W Birth Place: SC State: MS County: SMITH Locale: SYLVARENA PO Page: 422
THOMPSON J Age: 55 Birth Place: SC State: AL County: JEFFERSON Locale: JONESBORO PO Page: 420.
|Census1880*||1880||She appeared on the 1880 census as the head of household, an unknown place . Her info on the census included No likely candidates in soundex for IN, GA, KY, TN, NC, SC. (Ckd T512 all the kids names, and T525 Joseph, Nancy, & Sarah only.)|
|Relationships||2nd great-grandmother of Kathryn Ann Rhinehart|
Great-grandmother of Norman Gayle Rhinehart
Grandmother of Carrie Adeline Thompson
|Joseph Thompson b. bt 1810 - 1815|
|Marriage*||5 May 1842||She married Joseph Thompson on 5 May 1842 at Ellijay, Gilmer Co., Georgia, Have marriage license (Evd 807) showing above date of 5th, but no return so don't know actual date of marriage.|
|Last Edited||5 Mar 2012|
- [S1771] Nancy Jane (Price) Hancock Bible, given to her daughter Ardella Jane (Hancock) Gibbons, and buried with her in 1971. In 1970, it was transcribed, that transcription being all that is left.