Thomas Didymus was a fisherman of Tarichea but onetime carpenter and stone mason of Gadara.  Gadara was one of the towns visited during the first work of the twelve, from mid-August 26 to the end of 26. 
It was one of the sites visited by Jesus, the twelve and the twelve of John during the first preaching tour of the Decapolis, between November and December 27. 
It was also one of the sites visited by #3#, the twelve and the 117 evangelists during the second preaching tour in Galilee, between October 3, 28 and December 30, 28. 
It was one of the towns visited by the twelve, the twelve evangelists and other evangelists during the second tour of the Decapolis from August 18 to September 16, 29.  It was one of the towns visited in the mission of Perea, from January 3, 30 until the death of Jesus. 
See also: UB 138:9.3; UB 144:7.1; UB 149:0.1; UB 159:0.2; UB 165:0.1.