The Thomas Family, as Descended from David and Anna Noble Thomas

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David Thomas settled in Darby, Pennsylvania in 1714. He married his third wife, Anna Noble in 1731. She was the daughter of Abel Noble who came to Philadelphia in 1684 and Mary Garrett (born 1670). Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Washington, and elsewhere.
 

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