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    Father Roy Richard Thomas,   b. 1 Dec 1926, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Carol Jean Wehrwein,   b. 28 Mar 1929, Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, U.S.A Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Mar 2017, Lakeside Terrace Condominium, Bethesda, Montgomery County, Maryland, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years) 
    Married 9 Aug 1950  Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Michigan Marriages, 1867-1952: "Roy Richard Thomas, age 23 b. Indianapolis, IN, father: Roy Elmer Thomas mother: Iva Florence Deal, resides: Lakeland, Polk County, FL, & Carol Jean Wehrwein, age 21 b. Plymouth, WI, father: Carl Frederick Wehrwein mother: Jennie Leona Wensink, resides: :akeland, Polk County, FL; m. 9 Sep 1950 Detroit, Wayne County."
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    • Carol has no brothers and sisters and her mother did not drive. Therefore, when Carol's father suffered a fatal heart attack in Dec 1967, Carol needed to be closer to northern Virginia where Jennie Wehrwein lived. In the summer of 1968, the family moved from Colorado to Maryland.

      Roy Richard Thomas
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    Thomas Family gathering honoring Roy and Carol (2006)
    Thomas Family gathering honoring Roy and Carol (2006)

    "Had a great time last weekend w/ mini family reunion. Russ was here on b'ness, and Sue decided to drive up from Tennessee to join the fun. Thus, rare opportunity for all six of us to be in one place at the same time, along w/ some of the spouses and kids. Sue, Steve, Russ, and I took advantage of the event to celebrate Dad's 80th B-day (1 Dec) and Mom and Dad's 56th wedding anniversary (9 Sept) by SURPRISING THEM w/ a written tribute thanking them for being our parents."

    Robert Carroll Thomas Fall 2006
    Roy and Carol Thomas, 56th Wedding Anniversary (2006)
    Roy and Carol Thomas, 56th Wedding Anniversary (2006)

    L to R: Steven, Carol, Susan, Roy, Robert, Russell in a Greek restaurant, Bethesda, Montgomery County, MD 20817
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    Thomas Family Meets the Howards, Cross Keys, Baltimore, MD
    Thomas Family Meets the Howards, Cross Keys, Baltimore, MD

    December 2008

    l to r: Susan Treadway - Dave Howard - Bob Thomas - Roy Richard Thomas - Susan Howard - Steven Thomas
    Family ID F47  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Family ID F5775  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Susan & Carol Thomas, Pueblo CO
    Susan & Carol Thomas, Pueblo CO
    Thomas Cat & tulips, Pueblo CO
    Thomas Cat & tulips, Pueblo CO
    L to R:  Steven, Robert, & Susan Thomas, Mesa Verde CO
    L to R: Steven, Robert, & Susan Thomas, Mesa Verde CO
    Carol J. Thomas & Susan R. Thomas, Monte Vista CO
    Carol J. Thomas & Susan R. Thomas, Monte Vista CO
    Roy R. Thomas & Susan R. Thomas
    Roy R. Thomas & Susan R. Thomas

    This photo was taken in the living room of the Thomas home in Monte Vista, CO.
    Susan R. Thomas, flute, Monte Vista CO band
    Susan R. Thomas, flute, Monte Vista CO band
    Susan was in the last row, second person from right
    Susan and Jay Treadwy ready for the ball
    Susan and Jay Treadwy ready for the ball
    Roy Richard & Carol J. Thomas & Susan R. Treadway Aug 2008
    Roy Richard & Carol J. Thomas & Susan R. Treadway Aug 2008

    We spent four days and three nights in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. We were particularly interested in the Main Street of Harrisonburg, VA, for it is likely that members of the Deal family traversed that route, the "Great Wagon Road," before the American Revolution on their way from Pennsylvania to the Catawba River area of North Carolina.

    We visited two museums on Main Street in the historical district. The Quilt Museum, located in a private home built in 1856, had an interesting examples of nineteenth century needlework. The Higgins-Hardesty House, built ca. 1850, had several displays devoted to the history of the "Great Wagon Road," which became the Valley Turnpike in the nineteenth century, and Main Street, U.S. Route 11, in the twentieth century.
    Susan Rebecca Thomas (1952- ) & Carol Jean Wehrwein (1929-2017)
    Susan Rebecca Thomas (1952- ) & Carol Jean Wehrwein (1929-2017)

    From photo album of Carl Frederick Wehrwein (1893-1967)

    "Carol and Susan at our Arlington house, 18 Apr 1955"