Agnes Velma Thompson was born in Jun 1898 in Georgia, USA a child of John James Thompson and Frances J Perrin Thompson. She had seven siblings, namely: Roland Ollie Thompson, Addie Victoria Thompson, Rosa Bell Thompson, Thomas Herbert Thompson, Lester Pope Thompson, Mary Emma Thompson, and Rushy Mae Thompson.
Agnes Thompson was counted in the census on 08 Jun 1900 in Madison, Georgia, USA as a two-year-old female, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, John J. Thompson; her mother, Fanny Thompson; and siblings, Addie Thompson, Thomas O Thompson, Rosa B Thompson and Lester P Thompson.
Agness V Thompson was counted in the census on 23 Apr 1910 in Cromer, Newberry, South Carolina, USA as a twelve-year-old female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, John J Thompson; mother, Frances J Thompson; and siblings, Thomas P Thompson, Lester P. Thompson, Mary E Thompson and Rusha M Thompson.
Agnes Thompson was counted in the census on 08 Jan 1920 in Richland, South Carolina, USA as a twenty-one-year-old female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, John J Thompson; and siblings, Emma Thompson and Rushy Thompson.
She died on 25 Oct 1927 in Olympia, Richland, South Carolina, USA at 714 Seventh Street. She was buried on 27 Oct 1927 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA at Highway Pentecostal Holiness Church Cemetery. Her cause of death was tuberculosis of the lungs.
Miss Thompson’s Funeral Is Held
Funeral services for Miss Agnes Velma Thompson who died Tuesday night at her home, 714 Seventh street, Olympia, were held at 8 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at Pentecost holiness church and interment followed at Blaney, the funeral service being conducted by Rev. McJ. Chambers. Miss Thompson was a native of Georgia. She is survived by two brothers, Thomas H. Thompson and Lester P. Thompson, both of Great Falls; also by four sisters, Mrs. Addie A. Duncan, Columbia. Mrs. Rosie C. McElvin, Great Falls, Miss Emma Thompson and Miss Rushy Mae Thompson both of Columbia.