Thomas Madisin Millsaps

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Thomas Madisin Millsaps

Birthdate: (85)
Birthplace: NC, USA
Death: Died in NC, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Millsaps and Ellender Millsaps
Husband of Bathsheba Millsaps
Father of Thomas James Millsaps; Isaac Millsaps (Immortal 32 Gonzales Ranger); Mary Millsap; Solomon Millsaps, I; Rachel Millsaps and 5 others
Brother of Ellen Millsaps; James Madison Millsaps; Edward Ned Millsaps; Jane Millsaps (Yates); Joseph Millsaps and 5 others

Occupation: Private under Captain Isaac Taylor during The Revolution
Managed by: Laura J McCord
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About Thomas Madisin Millsaps

According to, Thomas and Bathsheba had nine children: 1) Elizabeth; 2) Mary; 3) Edward; 4) John; 5) Thomas James; 6) Isaac; 7) David; 8) Solomon; and, 9) Peter. It also stated his parents as Robert and Ellender King Millsaps as well as listing his place and year of death.

According to an chat site, Solomon was killed at the Alamo. Another entry stated: "Isaac Millsaps ...fought at The Alamo as part of the Immortal Thirty-Two. He was married to Mary Millsaps, who was blind and had seven children." Research into the Alamo does have an Isaac Millsaps listed as one of the defenders who was killed there. This Isaac had the same parents listed as Thomas James, and was, therefore Thomas's brother. Also, Isaac was supposedly to have written a famous letter about the Alamo 3 days before the battle that showed up in the 1960's and may or may not have been a forgery.

Thomas James Millsaps is my direct line. LM

Additions have been made to this entry naming additional children as Rachel (Millsaps) Williams (or Wallis, in one entry), Bethsheba and Ned. I do not know where this information was obtained. Also, from "My Heritage" website, it states Thomas's middle name as "Minear". Again, I do not know where this information was obtained.