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Anthony Thomas  
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

Anthony Thomas Grave Marker
Anthony Thomas Grave Marker

Patriot Anthony Thomas assisted in establishing American Independence as a Private in the Maryland Militia.  He enrolled in a Maryland Flying Camp Company, enrolled by Captain Jacob Good and accepted by Colonel Charles Beatty on 20 July 1776.
 
Anthony Thomas was born on 4 July 1759 in Frederick County, Maryland and died 17 April 1825 in Waverly, Lafayette County, Missouri.  He is buried at Thomas-Buck-Galbraith Cemetery, which is located one-quarter mile east of Waverly bordered by US-65 and US-24 highways in Lafayette County, Missouri at coordinates:  N39 12’ 17.54” and W93 30’ 25.46”.


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