Lynch, Thomas, Sr

Kentuckiana Genealogy: Will & Probate: Lynch, Thomas, Sr
By Linda J. Fisher ( on Thursday, March 18, 2004 - 09:35 pm:

I am seeking information on Charles Lyntch (Lynch) born Jan 25, 1799; married Lydia Shekells Dec. 23, 1824 in Crawford Co., Ind.

By Dana Brown ( on Sunday, November 25, 2001 - 03:24 am:

I am hoping to find someone that may know something, or atleast run across it in their researching. My Thomas Lynch was born 12/14/1836 and died in Breckinridge Co., Kentucky on
3/2/1869. He married Letitia Jared on 1/10/1865 and they married in Perry Co., IN and resided for a short time in and around the Rome/Cannelton area.
Rumor is that Thomas is from the Rome, IN area, but he falls into a bracket in which he isn't listed on the 1870 census due to his sudden death of TB, and in the 1840-1860 census, can't seem to pinpoint him anywhere in Indiana.
He and Letitia had two sons, John Thomas, and Alford Lincoln Lynch. John Thomas died after a few short years, and is buried next to his father in Breckinridge Co.
Have yet to pinpoint who his parents are, and the CW Widow's Pension record fails to show a residence/birthplace. Documents list Indiana and Virginia as a birthplace. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

By Phillip Lynch on Monday, February 19, 2001 - 08:47 pm:

i am researching..Dennis Lynch...who married Laura Nail, daughter of Julion Nail in the town of Hickman, Ky in 1867....i believe there was a Thomas Lynch in that county...and i am hoping he might be related...

By Bonnie Smith (Bonnie508) on Thursday, August 10, 2000 - 10:37 pm:

In reading this probate I was wondering if this Thomas Lynch, Sr. and his wife Elizabeth are the ones that I am looking for. Thomas Lynch had a son by the name of John Lynch who was born in 1818 and died in 1905. John's wife name was Mary Rothrock. Could you please check on this and let me know if these are the same Lynch's that I have been searching for.

Thank You,

Bonnie Smith

By Board Administration (Admin) on Wednesday, June 21, 2000 - 02:33 am:

I, Thomas Lynch Sr. of the County of Crawford and State of Indiana do make and
publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void all former
wills by me at any time heretorfore made. After all my just debts and funeral expenses
be paid then I dispose of my estate as follows: First, I desire that my wife Elizabeth
shal have and hold full poseession and right of all my property both real and
personal during her natural life. I desire also that she not trafic or trade any part
thereof out of her possession.And at her death my desire is that all my land and
the improvements thereon shal be given to my three youngest sons as follows, the
East half of my farm known by the name of the Grant farm dividing said farm North
and Southto belong to my son Thomas and the West half to belong to my son Joseph,
and the farm that I now live on to belong to my son Jeremiah, and that all the residue of
the estate to be equally divided amongst the rest of my children, but!
not any of the said residue to belong tothe above named sons. and further I now appoint
and hereby ordain John lang my executor. Thomas Lyntch SR
Signed sealed and published and delivered by the within testator Thomas Lynch as his
last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names
as witnesses thereto in the presence of the said testator and in the presence of each other.

Oliver W Miller
John Lang
The State of Indiana, Crawford County ss

Oliver W Millerof the Count of Harrison and State of Indiana came personally before me
the clerkof the Probate Court of said County of Crawford who afte being by me duly sworn
on oath and depose and say that the above and foregoing instrument of writing was
executed and signed by him (the said deponent) for the said testator Thomas Lyntch
Sr at the request of him the said Lynch on the 26th day of March A.D. 1852 and that
the said Thomas Lyntch Sr did then publish and declare the foregoing instrument in writing
as his last will and testament in the presence of the deponent and other subscribing
witness to said will. That said Thomas Lynch Sr was at the time thereof over the age of
21 years of sound disposing mind and memory and not unde any coercion or restraint as
he believes, that he is subscribing his name as witness thereto in the presence and at the
request of the testatot and in the presence of said John Lang.

Oliver W Miller

SEAL In testimony whereof I C.W.Kindle clerk of the
Probate Court of Crawford County hereunto set my
hand and seal of said court at Leavenworth this
19th day of April 1851. C.W.Kindle clk P.C.C.C.

Submitted by Joy Mattli

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