Thomas Lincoln

Thomas Lincoln (January 6, 1778 – January 17, 1851) was an American farmer and father of President Abraham Lincoln.

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Thomas Lincoln - Portrayals - Films
... Date Title Portrayer Country Notes IMDB 2012 Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter Joseph Mawle USA Directed by Timur Bekmambetov 2013 The Green Blade Rises Jason Clarke USA Directed ...
Clay County, Tennessee - History - Lincoln Connection
... Hananiah Lincoln (1756-1814) is buried in a cemetery near Tinsley Bottom in Clay County ... He is the half second cousin of President Abraham Lincoln ... Hananiah's first born son was named Thomas Lincoln (1780-1844) ...
Cumberland County, Kentucky - History
... Thomas Lincoln 1780-1844, the first Constable of Cumberland County, KY, was the son of Hannaniah Lincoln 1756-1816 ... Thomas Lincoln moved to Preble County, Ohio and later to Montgomery County, Indiana ... This Thomas Lincoln was a half second cousin to Thomas Lincoln, father of U.S ...
Lincoln Homestead State Park
... Lincoln Homestead State Park is a park located just north of Springfield, Kentucky in Washington County ... buildings and reconstructions associated with Thomas Lincoln, father of the president Abraham Lincoln ... The three houses are associated with Thomas Lincoln, the father of Abraham Lincoln ...
Sarah Bush Lincoln - Marriage and Family - Thomas Lincoln - Illinois
... Thomas sold his Indiana land early in 1830 and and with Sarah moved first to Macon County, Illinois and eventually to Coles County in 1831 ... about 10 miles (16 km) south of Charleston, Illinois, is preserved as the Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site ... Abraham sometimes visited Sarah and Thomas when he was in Coles County on the law circuit Sarah said that she "saw him every year or two." After Thomas died in 1851, Lincoln ...

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    I have scarcely felt greater pain in my life than on learning yesterday from Bob’s letter, that you had failed to enter Harvard University. And yet there is very little in it, if you will allow no feeling of discouragement to seize, and prey upon you.
    —Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)