One of the main roles of any Clan Society is to encourage
and assist members to research their family history. One of
the outcomes of this family history research is the
publication of what has been found. To help members do
this new feature has recently been added to the website.
are encouraged to write short articles about their Clan
MacThomas ancestors which can be added below. They should not
necessarily restrict their writing to their own ancestors -
articles about any interesting person with a Clan name or
relationship are also welcome.****
McColm - RAF Officer &
(1914 - 1966) and his
Millie Thom -
centenarian (1891 –
Thom - Lawyer (1863-1929).
from Tamworth, NSW (1831-1921)
family. Also Thom's Corner Store in West
James Thom -
teacher from Kilmore, Victoria (1840-1920)
wife, Isabella Thom (1842-1927).
from Gisborne, Victoria (1852-1928)
and his wife,
Jemima Thom (c1858-1932).
Rev William F.
Thom from Victoria (1823 –
1877), his wife,
Clarinda, and two further generations of his
John Thom from
Tasmania (c.1869 -
Graeme Thom MC (1886 –
man of many
Archibald Thom from Victoria (1787 -
wife. Elizabeth Thom (1811 -
John Thoms (1853-1903) and his family.
McCombie (1849-1926) and
David Kinnear Thomson (1910-1992) from Perthshire Scotland.
Dr T. B. Stewart Thomson (1889-1973) from Scotland.
Hendrik Bernardus Thom (1905-1983) and his ancestors.
James and Leah Thoms of Plymouth, Iowa, USA.
possible that there may be some errors in these
stories since not all data is based on primary sources.
Please advise the Webmaster
if you consider there is an error or have additional
If you have
a "Family Story" that you think should be featured here please
contact the Sennachie.