1817 - 1872 (55 years)
||Elizabeth Thompson Heard|
Gift from Betty Howell Traver who notes: "These silhouettes were cut at a fair in Brooklyn when granddaughter Elizabeth Thompson was in N.Y.C. visiting her grandparents James Daniel Brooks & Hannah (Sr.) ____. Eliz's parents Wm. Thompson & Hannah Brooks Thompson were in an area with poor schools. Daughter Eliz was writing such poorly spelled and grammatically incorrect letters to them in N.Y., they had her live with them [her grandparents] for a year to get an education. When she was 16 in the 1830's they went to the fair and their shilhouettes were cut by a famous silhouelletist "M. Honeywell" who was armless. The black paper was held by her toes while she operated scissors attached to a stand by her mouth."
||1850 Census - Edmund Heard, Elizabeth Thompson family.|
Georgia, Richmond, Division 73, Edmund Heard age 41, clerk, Elizabeth 30, Henry 10, Emma B 8, Edna P. 6, Mary E. 2.
||Edmond and Elizabeth Heard|
Photo #14. Edmond (1808-1853) and Elizabeth (1817-1872) Heard. One of a group of stones in the Thompson Plot at the Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georga (2009 Jim Brittain photo)
||Elizabeth Thompson [4, 5, 6] |
||28 Sep 1817
||New York, NY [6, 7]
||17 Oct 1872
||Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA 
||Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia 
||30 Sep 2009 |
||William Thompson, b. 12 Apr 1781, Goshen, NY , d. 10 Sep 1839, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA (Age 58 years) |
||Hannah Brooks, b. 29 May 1789, Shelburne, Nova Scotia , d. 19 May 1872, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA (Age 82 years) |
||19 Oct 1808
||Newtown Presbyterian Church 
- Huguenot Society of South Carolina notes:
"Both are buried in the Thompson family plot, Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia. Children born in Brooklyn and Augusta:" 
||In memory of William and Hannah Thompson|
Photo #13. One of a group of stones in the Thompson Plot at the Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georga. "In memory of William and Hannah Thompson and the following members of their family, Edmund Heard, Ellen Heard, Henry Heard, Hannah Heard, Daniel B. Thompson, Elizabeth Thompson, Sarah Thompson, Mary Thompson, Jane Thompson, James Thompson, Jane Thompson, Sarah J. Lathrop." (2009 Jim Brittain photo)
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Edmund Heard, b. 10 Oct 1807, Nr Old Cambridge, Abbeville Co., S.C. , d. 30 Apr 1853, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA (Age 45 years) |
||6 Mar 1837
||Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA
| ||1. Ellen Heard, b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 10 Aug 1838 (Age 0 years)|
| ||2. Henry Heard, CSA, b. 6 Jul 1839, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA , d. 25 Aug 1864, Barnesville, Lamar County, GA (Age 25 years)|
|+||3. Emma Berrien Heard, b. 22 Apr 1841, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA , d. 3 May 1918, Cuthbert, Randolph Co., GA (Age 77 years)|
|+||4. Edna Perrin Heard, b. 30 Apr 1843, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA , d. 26 Mar 1925, White Plains, Greene County, GA (Age 81 years)|
| ||5. Hannah Brooks Heard, b. 31 May 1845, d. 15 Jun 1848 (Age 3 years)|
| ||6. Mary Elizabeth Heard, b. 23 Jun 1848, Georgia , d. 25 Jun 1935 (Age 87 years)|
| ||7. William Thompson Heard, b. 2 Jan 1851, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, USA , d. 16 Nov 1908, Florence, Florence County, SC (Age 57 years)|
||30 Sep 2009 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- JSH notes:
In the 1880 US Census, her daughter Emma B. Heard lists her mother (this Elizabeth) as being born in GA.
Huguenot Society of South Carolina notes:
"Buried in Thompson plot, Magnolia Cemetery..." 
- [S2] JSH Feb 13 2003 gedcom, John S. Howell, Jr.
- [S24] Cloptonfamily.org, (The Clopton Family Association - http://www.cloptonfamily.org/amerline/).
- [SAuth] John Spencer Howell, Jr., John Spencer Howell, Jr., (http://www.jhowell.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org).
- [S684] POOLE database on Rootsweb, John W. Heard & Joyce Heard Poole, (email@example.com), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=poole&id=I1858 (Reliability: 3).
ID: I1858 Reference Number: 1858 Name: Ellizabeth THOMPSON Given Name: Ellizabeth Surname: Thompson Name: HEARD Surname: Heard Sex: F Change Date: 10 MAR 2003 Birth: 28 SEP 1817 in New York City,, NY,,, 1 Death: 1872 2
Father: William THOMPSON b: 12 APR 1781
Mother: Hannah BROOKS
Marriage 1 Edmund HEARD No. 593 b: 10 OCT 1807 in Old Cambridge, 96th Dist., Abbeville Co., SC,,,
Married: 06 MAR 1837 in Augusta, Richmond Co., GA,,, 1 3 4
Ellen HEARD b: 03 MAR 1838
Henry HEARD No. 611 b: 06 JUN 1839 in Agusta, Richmond Co., GA,,,
Emma Berrien HEARD b: 22 APR 1841 in Per 1850 census and Wm. T.'s chart, Augusta, Richmond Co., GA,,,
Edna Perrin HEARD b: 30 APR 1843 in Per 1850 census and Wm. T.'s chart, Augusta, Richmond Co., GA,,,
Hanna Brooks HEARD b: 31 MAY 1845
Mary Elizabeth HEARD b: 23 JUN 1848 in Per 1850 census and Wm. T.'s chart,,, GA,,,
Berrian HEARD b: AFT 1850
William Thompson HEARD b: 02 JAN 1851 in cert family chart,,, GA,,,
Title: Heard Cousins
Abbrev: Heard Cousins
Publication: Harold Heard, Rt. 3, Box 174 A, Amarillo, TX
Page: Page 85
Title: William Kilpatrick's ancestors, Recipient: John W. Heard,
Address: Sarasota, FL, Author E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abbrev: Al Haab
Author: Albert A. Haab
Page: LetterWilliam Kilpatrick to Agnes Jones
Title: My Family, Url: Http://sneakers.pair.com/roots/index.htm
Abbrev: Charles Perrin
Publication: October 27, 2002
Title: Correspondence, Recipient: John W. Heard, Author Address:
Augusta, GA, Recipient Address: Millbury, MA
Abbrev: Joyce Poole update
Author: Joyce P. Poole
Publication: May 18, 2001
Page: Sept 2002
- [S690] 1870 U.S. Census, Village White Plains, Greene Co., GA, Penfield post office, enumerated 9 Aug 1870, Page 8., dwelling 78 (next to her dau. and son in law John Howell) "Herd, Elizabeth, f, w, age 53" (Reliability: 0).
- [S689] 1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond, Division 73, Edmund Heard age 41, clerk, Elizabeth 30, Henry 10, Emma B 8, Edna P. 6, Mary E. 2. (Reliability: 0).
- [S963] Harold Heard, (Harold Heard, Rt. 3, Box 174, Amarillo, TX), p. 85 (Reliability: 0).
- [S1344] Hannah Brooks Birthday Manuscript, (On file JSHJr. electronic copy available.), Attach C (Reliability: 0).
- [S1345] Huguenot Society of South Carolina, (Charleston, S.C.), No. 73, 1968, p. 52-53 (Reliability: 0).