Tombstone Tuesday – Captain Thomas Hemphill

Captain Thomas Hemphill was my six-times great-grandfather.  This marker was placed at a SAR ceremony that I was privileged to attend about ten years ago.  The text of the service’s program can be found here.

The inscription on the stone reads:

Thomas Hemphill
Captain N. C. Mil.
Rev War
May 4, 1826

Thomas fought at the battles of Ramsour’s Mill and King’s Mountain, as well as other skirmishes.

Photo source:

Spencer, Diana Proctor. Find a Grave, digital images ( http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=81&GScid=2207823&GRid=25453203& :accessed 11 Sep 2008), photograph for Thomas Hemphill ( – 1826), Old Fort, North Carolina.

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    • Tonia Kendrick says

      Hi, Captain Thomas Hemphill could very well be related to you. Do you know where any of your ancestors lived?

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