|Rev. Dr. William Bartolomew THOMAS
Rev. Dr. William Bartolomew THOMAS 2
- Born: 1751
- Marriage (1): Anna Jocelyn DAVIDSON in 1779 in Everton, Queens County, Ireland 1
- Died: 31 Dec 1826, Carlow, Carlow, Ireland aged 75
- Buried: 3 Jan 1827, Castle Hill, Carlow, Ireland
Claydach, Wales (or Cloydh)
Rector of Ehayddn and of Ferns. Squire of Everton.
Reverend William Bartholomew Thomas was Squire of Everton in Queens County, Ireland. He was also Rector of Clodagh, a parish across the River Barr to the east of Everton and thereby in County Carlow.
BIOGRAPHY: Educated by Mr Jessop, and entered Trinity College Dublin on 1 November 1767. BA in 1772. He was ordained at Ossory (Kilkenny) on 13 July 1783. He was curate at Cloydagh and Slaty Carlow in 1786, and Chaplain to the troops in Carlow in 1800. He became a Doctor of Divinity of TCD on 15 September 1797.
BURIAL: His funeral was held at St Mary's Carlow on 3 January 1827. He was buried in the cemetry on the Castle hill in Carlow - the old cemetery before the re-building of St Mary's in 1832.
William married Anna Jocelyn DAVIDSON, daughter of Jocelyn DAVIDSON and Barbara BAKER, in 1779 in Everton, Queens County, Ireland.1 (Anna Jocelyn DAVIDSON was born in 1750 in Ireland 1.)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "FamilySearch Family Tree," database, <i>FamilySearch</i> (http://www.familysearch.org : accessed 9 Mar 2015), entry for Anna Jocelyn Davidson, person ID 9M9Q-PKZ.
Tasmanian Thomas Family & Related Families, www.microbiology.adelaide.edu.au/cthomas/html.
J. Ferran 18/07/2019