Thomas Rhoad Jr.

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  1. 'SC STATE HOUSE Thomas Nathaniel Rhoad'
  2. 'Ex-lawmaker Thomas Rhoad Dies at Age 89,' Times and Democrat (South Carolina), Lee Hendren, March 16, 2013
  3. "South Carolina Legislature Online - Member Biography". Retrieved 2023-04-10.
  4. Writer, LEE HENDREN, T&D Government. "Ex-lawmaker Thomas Rhoad dies at age 89". The Times and Democrat. Retrieved 2018-11-08.

Thomas Rhoad Jr.
Member of the
South Carolina House of Representatives
from the 90th District
In office
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