|Francis Thornton V|
|Birth:|| June 11, 1767|
in Spotsylvania County, Virginia
|Death:|| July 15, 1836|
in White Sulpher Springs, Virginia
|Burial:|| Thornton-Forbes-Washington Cemetery,|
|Father:||Francis Thornton IV|
|Marriage:|| June 2, 1792|
in Henrico County, Virginia
Francis was the last of the direct line of the Thorntons of Fall Hill plantation in Fredericksburg. The place of his death was a resort that attracted wealthy Virginians in the early 19th century and continues to exist today as The Greenbrier. It is in West Virginia now as that state separated from the rest of Virginia in the Civil War. I also know he was a prominent local citizen and was appointed Justice of the Peace for Spotsylvania County in 1790. I have more details in my mother's files.
|Children of Francis Thornton V and Sarah Innes
|Elizabeth Ann Thornton||December 22, 1793|
|February 18, 1881|
|Francis Thornton VI||September 12, 1795|
|Harry Innes Thornton||April 3, 1797|
|January 27, 1861|
San Francisco, California
|Sarah Innes Thornton||January 11, 1799|
|?? ??, 1885|
|James Innes Thornton||October 28, 1800|
|September 13, 1877|
Greene County, Alabama
|Robert Calloway Thornton||August 22, 1802|
|?? ??, 1831|
near Winchester, Virginia
|Catherine Innes Thornton||?? ??, 1804|
Spotsylvania County, Virginia
|September 20, 1826|
|Butler Brayne Thornton||February 25, 1805|
|?? ??, 1833|
- Clarke, Peyton Neale. Old King William Homes and Families. John P. Morton & Co. (Louisville, KY), 1897. P. 106.
- Descendants of Frances Gregory.
- Thornton, Robert M. (firstname.lastname@example.org). "Portrait of Francis Thornton V (1767-1836) Of "Fall Hill" Fredericksburg, Virginia". Emailed to me on August 12, 2009.
- Wikipedia - White Sulphur Springs, WV.