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Honorable John Handley Thompson : statesman in the pioneer days of Indiana : soldier, legislature, senator, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, president judge of his circuit, Receiver of Land Office Indianapolis / Carolyn Strange Thompson.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [Pam.] ISLG 929.2 T468 NO. 2 (Text) 00000106414857 Vault Genealogy pamphlet Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [Pam.] ISLG 929.2 T468 NO. 2 (Text) 00000106414378 Genealogy Pamphlet Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 unnumbered leaf ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Carolyn Strange Thompson, 1934.

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"September 27, 1934, Indianapolis, Ind., Carolyn Strange Thomspon."
Summary, etc.:
A brief biography of John Handley Thompson (1781-1870) written by his granddaughter, Carolyn Strange Thompson. Judge Thompson was born in 1781 in Westmoreland County, Pennsyvlania. His father, Anthony Thompson was a Revolutionary War veteran. Judge Thompson served as a soldier in the Battle of Tippecanoe, was a state senator and representative, a circuit judge, the Indiana Secretary of State, the Indiana Lieutenant Governor, and the Receiver of the United States Land Office in Indianapolis. He passed away on April 26, 1870 in Indianapolis.
Subject: Thompson, John H., 1781-1870 > Family.
Thompson family.
Hanley family.
McLoney family.
Strange family.
Waller family.
Cabinet officers > Indiana > Genealogy.
Judges > Indiana > Genealogy.
Lawyers > Indiana > Genealogy.
Legislators > Indiana > Genealogy.
Lieutenant governors > Indiana > Genealogy.
Receivers > Indiana > Genealogy.
Soldiers > Indiana > Genealogy.
Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811.
Indiana > Genealogy.
Westmoreland County (Pa.) > Genealogy.

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