Thomas Bernard Antrim

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Personal and Family Information

Thomas was born on 30 JUN 1814 in Clinton Co, Ohio, the son of Thomas Davis Antrim and Rachel Jenkins.

He has died but the date and place are unknown.

His wife was Lucinda W Massey, who he married on 27 DEC 1838 in Warren County, IN. Their eight known children were Rebecca (1839-1874), Rachel (1842-1929), Mahlon Francis Lightfoot Lee (1845-1879), Milton Frazier (1851-1929), James Faris (1857-1904), George Bernard (1861-1930), William D (1848-1851) and Sarah Caroline (1854-1872).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Thomas Bernard Antrim
(1814-?)

 

Thomas Davis Antrim
(1776-1853)

 

Godfrey Antrim
(1753-<1802)

 

Thomas Aden Antram
(1723-1812)

+
   

Prudence Hancock
(1726-1781)

+
   

Hannah Painter
(1744-c1837)

 

John Painter
(1710-1771)

 
   

Hannah H. Braddock
(1713-1788)

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Rachel Jenkins
(-?)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth30 JUN 1814
Place: Clinton Co, Ohio
Death

Notes

Note 1

Keener Township

Dr. Thomas Antrim Physician and Farmer, was born June 30, 1814, in Clinton Co, Ohio. and is the Youngest of four children of Thomas and Rachel ( Jenkins ) Antrim, natives of Virginia and of Irish and Welsh descent. Dr. Antrim left his native State when 6 years of age and came with his parents to Wayne County, Ind. and remained about sixteen years, then moved to Wabash County. And thence to this county in 1853, where he has since remained and has a good farm of eighty acres. December 27 1838 he Married Lucinda W Massey, a native of this State, which union was favored with eight children -- Rebecca j. deceased.Rachel E,, Mahlon F., deceased; William D., deceased; Milton F; James F., George B; and Sarah C. Dr. Antrim earliest and strongest predilection was for the practice of medicine. He did much reading and after marriage he applied himself thoroughly to the study of his profession. He is truly a self-made man. He was formerly a Whig, having given his vote for Henry Clay. Afterward he became identified with the Anti-slavery party, and was a conductor on the underground railroad. He is now an earnest Republican; he was elected Justice of the Peace in 1882 and is the Recorder-elect of this County.