Thomas Barbour (Virginia)
Orange County, Virginia
|Died||16 May 1825
Barboursville, Barboursville, Virginia
|Citizenship||Kingdom of Great Britain
United States of America
|Occupation||planter, landowner, statesman, and member of the Virginia House of Burgesses|
|Spouse(s)||Mary Pendleton Thomas|
Philip Pendleton Barbour
|Parents||James Barbour II|
Thomas Barbour (1735 – May 16, 1825) was a prominent landowner and member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Barbour was the father of James Barbour (18th Governor of Virginia and 11th United States Secretary of War) and Philip Pendleton Barbour (U.S. Congressman from Virginia and an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court).
Thomas Barbour was born in 1735 in Orange County, Virginia. Barbour married Mary Pendleton Thomas, a first cousin of Edmund Pendleton, in 1771. Barbour served as Justice of the Peace for Orange County and held the position from 1768 until his death. From 1769 until 1775, Barbour represented Orange County in the Virginia House of Burgesses. Thomas died at Barboursville in 1825.
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- Green, Raleigh Travers; Philip Slaughter (1900). Genealogical and historical notes on Culpeper county, Virginia. R.T. Green.