257. Thomas Charles LEONARD was born in 1809 in Brunswick Co., North Carolina. He died on 23 July 1872 at the age of 63 in Hancock Co., MS. He was buried in Napoleon Cemetery, Hancock Co. MS. Cemetery is near the Louisiana line. A Thomas Leonard was granted 39 acres of land in Hancock Co. on 1 December 1849.
Thomas Leonard was a physician. He was living in Gainesville, MS, in the 1850 Census with his son, Thomas, Jr., 16. They are living with Benjamin S. Leonard, a farmer, b. 1806 in NC, and his 3 children. The son was born in Alabama. No wife is mentioned.
In the 1860 Census, Thomas D. Leonard, a physician, is living in Hancock County. Did he have a new wife, Susan Frazier?
He was a captain in the Civil War.
In the 1870 Census, they are in Amite Co., MS.
There is a Jacob Leonard, b. abt. 1795 in NC with wife Jane b. 1794 and daughter Mary, 19, living in Marshall Co., MS in the 1850 Census. Relatives?
Thomas Charles Leonard, Benjamin Smith Leonard, Esther and John Poitevent, and the Gauses all went to Alabama and Mississippi together (Leonard-Rupe-Stephenson genealogy).
Source for this branch of family: Dena Jackson Burrows, 1254 CR 1187, Center, TX 75935-6900 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also,Leonard-Rupe-Stephenson genealogy on line.
Thomas Charles LEONARD and Margaret J. SMITH had the following children:
Thomas Charles LEONARD and Susan Marion MITCHELL were married in 1854. Susan Marion MITCHELL, daughter of Nicholas Hunter MITCHELL and Ann Heritage BRIGHT, was born on 23 September 1831 in Mushly Bend Plantation, near Pensacola, FL. She died on 7 February 1907 at the age of 75 in Napoleon, Hancock Co., MS. Source: Dena Burrows (email@example.com)
Thomas Charles LEONARD and Susan Marion MITCHELL had the following children: