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Thompson is a Viking Name 100% , it go's back way ferther that Scottish

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Thompson is a Viking name , as well as Scottish , my DNA has took me back to 30,000 BC to the last Glacial Maximum (Ice age) .
Please read my other posts to learn more !

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Douglas Thompson

Surnames: Thompson
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on 2010-01-25 12:49:56

douglasthompson , from Jax.FL U.S.A., has been a Family Tree Circles member since Sep 2009. is researching the following names: THOMPSON, ROCHE.

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by jpdominguez on 2010-01-26 13:38:24

Hello Douglas
My name is Janet Dominguez I live in North Carolina. My greatgrandmother was a Thompson.

by douglasthompson on 2010-01-26 13:44:35

Hello Janet how are you ?, well that makes you part Thompson , is there a particular question you have ?
if so please feel free to ask !

thank you !

Doug

by Scottiewest on 2010-02-22 14:37:36

Douglas,
Generally speaking, THOMPSON is an English name. THOMSON, i.e. without the 'p', is usually Scottish, but there are people of both spellings in both countries. I have Thomsons (from Banffshire, Scotland) in my family tree. The name is so common in Scotland that it gave rise to the old poem "We're a' Jock Tamson's bairns".

by ann_manson on 2010-08-04 14:29:14

I too have a "Thompson" in my line. She was my Great Grandmother, I am lucky to have known her. She was a frail little lady who had had red hair and many freskles. She was tiny and a good dresser. She came to my wedding over 50 yrs. ago. We visited her often and eagerly looked forward to packages at Christmas from Gramma Mullin" as we called her.I am fortunate to have many pics of her but I have not yet followed that line anywhere as I have concentrated on my fathers side and I am very slow at researching. It looks like I should change my search or at least expend it.

by maximumride on 2010-11-05 16:01:07

Can anyone help me my last name is Thompson but I'm having a hard time finding any one with thompson who knows who My gma is or my gpa.

by Jimmytom on 2013-10-06 19:39:28

Lost track of ancestors after John Thompson, born in N. Ireland in 1802 and died in Philadelphia, PA in 1869. Can anybody help?

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