|Birth: ||Aug. 5, 1731|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1809|
7 known children
Held many offices of trust both Civil and military during the war.
1800 with the deaths of Gov. Sumner and Lt. Gov. Gill Thomas became acting Gov.
Deacon of the Old South Church
Member of the Building Commission
buried in a tomb
Large granite monument with an inscrption was erected in his memory.
He was a distinguished architect, 1776 member of the Legislature for several years and a elector at the first three elections of President of the United States.
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Thomas was a mechanic, and had rec'd a common school education. During the controversy with Great Britain he was made a Colonel of the Boston Regiment in 1773, serving until 1778.
Member of the House and Senate
Member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Thank you Aunt Bee-
Hannah Blake Dawes (1733 - 1815)*
Thomas Dawes (1758 - 1825)*
Kings Chapel Burying Ground
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Record added: Oct 02, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98141597
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Thank you for your service to our Country Thomas-|
Added: Oct. 2, 2012