William "Tommy" Thomas Ross

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William Thomas Ross, who was known as "Tommy" Ross, was born in 1842, in Harrison County, Ind., and came by ox team and wagon train, walking across the great plains to California in the summer of 1855. He stayed with his parents in Calaveras county for two years before moving to Analy township, Sonoma County, in 1857. The land he purchased in what was called Green Valley, is now on Ross Station Road. The "Electric" train, which ran from Sebastopol to Forestville had a station right there, and this is where he and his wife raised their eight children. Tommy, May 22, 1842-April 5, 1906, married Sarepta Ann Turner, Oct. 10, 1848-Feb. 3, 1923, on 15th of December, 1864.

Baptized as a Seventh-day Adventist by J. N. Loughborough in 1870 at Forestville, California. With his wife, helped build the second SDA Church building at Green Valley.


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