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Thornton Family Web Site

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GENEALOGY

 

ANCESTRY

Samuel d.1797

James Thornton

Samuel Thornton

   William W. Williams

SW Thornton

   Eliza Jane Williams

SW Thornton, D.D.

JB Thornton

SW Thornton

   Mary Scott Gash Thornton

   Elizabeth Thornton Woerner

 

Thornton

Shreve

Henderson

Gash

 

CURRENT FAMILIES

Ruth

Alice

Charles

Elsie

Martha

Sam

John

Mary

Nancy

 

CONTRIBUTORS

Sam Thornton, Jr.

Charles Thornton

Seth Joseph Thornton

Joan Jackson

Dan Thornton

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Family Time Line

Sonton Food Industries

This site is called SONTON from the Japanese pronunciation and spelling of Thornton.
It is reminiscent of Jesse Blackburn’s mission work there,
and his founding of the Sonton Peanut Butter Factory,
which is still operating in Japan.

One in Seven Thousand
Biography of SW ThorntonPDF
By Charles G. Thornton
Jesse Blackburn Thornton
Pictures
"Greatest Experience of My Life"
Mary Scott Gash
Letters Home (before marriage and first years in Japan)
One in Seven Thousand - AddendumPDF
Compiled by Charles G. Thornton
Mileposts
AutobiographyPDF
By Charles G. Thornton
Her Children Bless Her
Biography of Janice ThorntonPDF
By Charles G. Thornton

Samuel and Mary Simonton Thornton

Seth Joseph Thornton Account of Restoring Williams and Henderson Grave Markers

List of Thornton Historical
Documents and Memorabilia Collected

SW Thornton (b. 1841) Family Bible Record of Weddings and Births

Henderson / Shreve Research

Cemetery Inscriptions of Highland County, Ohio

"The McCulla Sisters and the [Thornton] Men They Married"

Rocky Springs Presbyterian Church Session Book with Thornton Records

" History of the Thornton Family
Beginning with Samuel Thornton"
by Minerva Thornton Bickell 1907



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