Lincoln, Thomas (cousin)
Born: 1806-XX-XX Washington County, Kentucky
Died: 1849-01-26 Indiana
Thomas Lincoln was a first cousin of President Abraham Lincoln and eldest son of Josiah Lincoln. Thomas married Sarah Weathers in May 1827. In 1830, he was living along the Blue River in Harrison County, Indiana, in a household that included a female between the ages of twenty and thirty, a male under the age of five, and a female under the age of five. In 1840, he was working in agriculture and living along the Blue River in a household that included a female between the ages of thirty and forty, a female between the ages of ten and fifteen, one male between the ages of ten and fifteen, two males between the ages of five and ten, and two males under five.
Gravestone, Blue River Church of Christ Cemetery, Depauw, IN; Waldo Lincoln, History of the Lincoln Family: An Account of the Descendants of Samuel Lincoln of Hingham Massachusetts, 1637-1920 (Worcester, MA: Commonwealth, 1923), 332; Dodd, Jordan, comp., Indiana Marriages to 1850; Louis A, Warren, ed., Lincoln Lore 478 (June 1938); U.S. Census Office, Fifth Census of the United States (1830), Blue River, Harrison County, IN, 69; U.S. Census Office, Sixth Census of the United States (1840), Blue River, Harrison County, IN, 313.