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Posted by: ann gallagher (ID *****8210) Date: January 09, 2008 at 17:53:58
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I am collecting post from board and emails. I'm trying to get a time frame for my thomas wilson.

1564
H1564 Thomas Wilsonn was born in 1564. He died in 1606/1655. He married Isabella (Bryce) in 1580/1605. Isabella (Bryce) was born in 1564. She died in 1605/1659. She married Thomas Wilsonn in 1580/1605. NOTE: What were their childrens names?

Ispwich / Mass. ?1665/1675
I am looking for living descendants of Thomas Wilson. He was the son of Theophilus Wilson of Ipswich. He moved to the new settlement of Brookfield.Mass. with his daughter Mary Wilson , in abt. 1665. He was known by the Indians as "Major Wilson" In August of 1675 - a famous Indian Ambush occured at New Braintree -- called "Wheelers Surprise" this led to the 'Siege at Brookfield' by the Nipmuck Indians. A re-inactment of this historical event is being planned for in 2010 ...by the West Brookfield Historical Commission. To get further information about being a part of this event - either post a reply on this message board or contact me at 555cprich@hughes.net - Thanks. C.E. "Chuck" Prichard .....Interresting Thank you. Ann in Lockhart Texas ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com - NOTE: Did Mary Wilson ever get married?

Descendants of Amatoya Moytoy
Generation No. 1
1. AMATOYA1 MOYTOY was born Abt. 1640 in Chota. He married QUATSY.
Children of AMATOYA MOYTOY and QUATSY are:
i. KANAGATOGA2, b. Abt. 1680.
2. ii. NANCY MOYTOY, b. Abt. 1681.
3. iii. MOYTOY, b. Abt. 1687, Tellico; d. 1741, Cherokee Nat East.

Generation No. 2
2. NANCY2 MOYTOY (AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1681.
Children of NANCY MOYTOY are:
4. i. ATTAKULLAKULLA3, b. Abt. 1706, Seviers Island, TN; d. 1780, Nachestown, NC [now TN].
5. ii. TAME DOE, b. Abt. 1708; d. Abt. 1760.
iii. BETSY, b. Abt. 1710.
iv. KILLANECA, b. Abt. 1712.

3. MOYTOY2 (AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1687 in Tellico, and died 1741 in Cherokee Nat East.
Children of MOYTOY are:
6. i. GREAT3 EAGLE, b. Abt. 1710.
7. ii. CLOGOITTAH, b. Abt. 1712.
iii. KILLAQUE, b. Abt. 1714.
iv. OCONOSTOTA, b. Abt. 1716; d. 1782.
v. SKALILOSKEN, b. Abt. 1718.
vi. OUNACONOA, b. Abt. 1720.
vii. KOLLANNAH, b. Abt. 1722.
viii. OUKAII-OUKAH, b. Abt. 1724.
ix. TATITOWE, b. Abt. 1726.
Generation No. 3
4. ATTAKULLAKULLA3 (NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1706 in Seviers Island, TN, and died 1780 in Nachestown, NC [now TN]. He married OLLIE.
Children of ATTAKULLAKULLA and OLLIE are:
8. i. DRAGGING4 CANOE, b. Abt. 1730; d. March 01, 1792, Lookout Town, TN.
ii. THE BADGER, b. Abt. 1732.
iii. LITTLE OWL, b. Abt. 1734.
9. iv. TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1736.
10. v. TAH-CHEE, b. Abt. 1738; d. Aft. 1828.

5. TAME3 DOE (NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1708, and died Abt. 1760. She married SKAYAGUSTUEGWO.
Children of TAME DOE and SKAYAGUSTUEGWO are:
i. LONG4 FELLOW, b. Abt. 1730, Chistatoa; d. Abt. 1836.
11. ii. NANYE'HI, b. 1738, Chota, City of Refuge, NC; d. 1824, Cherokee Nat, Polk county, TN.

6. GREAT3 EAGLE (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1710.
Children of GREAT EAGLE are:
12. i. OLD4 TASSEL , CHIEF, b. Abt. 1738; d. June 1788.
13. ii. KAI-YAN-TAHEE, b. Abt. 1740.
14. iii. WURTEH, b. Abt. 1742, Tasagi Town.
15. iv. CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1744, Stearns, KY; d. August 09, 1807, Hiwasse River, TN.
16. v. E-YAH-CHU-TLEE, b. Abt. 1746; d. Abt. 1793.

7. CLOGOITTAH3 (MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1712. She married CHRISTIAN GOTTILIEB PRIBER.
Child of CLOGOITTAH and CHRISTIAN PRIBER is:
17. i. CREAT4 PRIBER, b. Abt. 1740, Tellico Plains, TN; d. Abt. 1790, Stearns, McCreary Co, KY?.
Generation No. 4
8. DRAGGING4 CANOE (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1730, and died March 01, 1792 in Lookout Town, TN. He married LEAF.
Children of DRAGGING CANOE and LEAF are:
i. YOUNG DRAGGING5 CANOE, b. Abt. 1748.
ii. LITTLE OWL CANOE, b. Abt. 1750.
18. iii. NAKY CANOE, b. Abt. 1752.
iv. TURTLE AT HOME CANOE, b. Abt. 1754.

9. TURTLE-AT-HOME4 (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1736.
Child of TURTLE-AT-HOME is:
i. DAUGHTEROF5 TURTLE-AT-HOME, b. Abt. 1770; m. JOHN BOGGS.

10. TAH-CHEE4 (ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1738, and died Aft. 1828. He married AISLEY.
Children of TAH-CHEE and AISLEY are: 19. i. OO-LOO-TSA5, b. Abt. 1760.
ii. GI-YO-STI, b. Abt. 1770.
iii. NETTLE CARRIER, b. Abt. 1772.

11. NANYE'HI4 (TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born 1738 in Chota, City of Refuge, NC, and died 1824 in Cherokee Nat, Polk county, TN. She married (1) TSU-LA KINGFISHER Abt. 1752 in NC. She married (2) BRYAN WARD Abt. 1757.
Children of NANYE'HI and TSU-LA KINGFISHER are:
20. i. CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER, b. Abt. 1752, Cherokee Nation, TN; d. 1817, Cherokee Nation, TN.
ii. FIVEKILLER LITTLE FELLOW KINGFISHER, b. Abt. 1754, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. Abt. 1835, Polk, TN; m. CATHERINE.
Child of NANYE'HI and BRYAN WARD is:
21. iii. ELIZABETH BETSY5 WARD, b. Abt. 1759, Cherokee Nat, TN; d. TN.

12. OLD4 TASSEL , CHIEF (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1738, and died June 1788. He married HANGING MAWS SISTER.
Child of OLD TASSEL and HANGING SISTER is:
i. DOUBLEHEAD5 TASSEL, b. Abt. 1760.

13. KAI-YAN-TAHEE4 (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1740. She married JOHN WATTS , SR.
Children of KAI-YAN-TAHEE and JOHN WATTS are:
i. GARRETT5 WATTS, b. January 08, 1756, Bowling Green, Carolyn Co, VA; m. ANNA SELF.
ii. JOHN WATTS , JR, b. Abt. 1758, Bowling Green, Carolyn Co, VA.
iii. TOM WATTS, b. Abt. 1760, Bowling Green, Carolyn Co, VA.

14. WURTEH4 (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1742 in Tasagi Town. She married (1) NATHANIAL GIST. She married (2) BLOODY FELLOW. She married (3) JOHN TRADER BENGE Abt. 1761.
Child of WURTEH and NATHANIAL GIST is:
22. i. GEORGE5 GUESS, b. Abt. 1760, near Tuskeegee, TN; d. August 1843, near the village of San Fernando, Mexico.
Children of WURTEH and JOHN BENGE are:
23. ii. ROBERT5 BENGE, b. Abt. 1760, probably in the village of Toquo [TN]; d. April 09, 1794, Stone Gap, VA.
iii. UTANA BENGE, b. Abt. 1764; d. 1838, VA.
iv. TASHLISKE BENGE, b. Abt. 1766.
24. v. LUCY BENGE, b. Abt. 1768; d. October 10, 1846.

15. CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1744 in Stearns, KY, and died August 09, 1807 in Hiwasse River, TN. He married (1) NANNIE (THE PAIN) DRUMGOOLE, daughter of ALEXANDER DRUMGOOLE and NANCY AUGUSTA. He married (2) KATEEYEAH WILSON. He married (3) CREAT PRIBER Abt. 1757 in Stearns, KY, daughter of CHRISTIAN PRIBER and CLOGOITTAH.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and NANNIE DRUMGOOLE are:
i. BIRD TAIL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1795.
25. ii. PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Bef. 1838.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and KATEEYEAH WILSON are:
iii. TASSEL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1798; d. August 1807.
26. iv. ALCY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Aft. 1838.
v. SUSANNAH DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1805; d. Aft. 1838; m. GEORGE CHISHOLM.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and CREAT PRIBER are:
27. vi. CORNBLOSSOM5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1760, Stearns, KY; d. August 13, 1810, Stearns, KY.
vii. TUCKAHO DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1762.
viii. SALEECHIE DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1764.
28. ix. NI-GO-DI-GE-YU, b. Abt. 1766.
29. x. GU-LU-STI-YU, b. Abt. 1768.

16. E-YAH-CHU-TLEE4 (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1746, and died Abt. 1793. He married CHAU-E-U-KAH.
Child of E-YAH-CHU-TLEE and CHAU-E-U-KAH is:
30. i. CATHERINE5 PUMPKIN, b. Abt. 1782.

17. CREAT4 PRIBER (CLOGOITTAH3, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1740 in Tellico Plains, TN, and died Abt. 1790 in Stearns, McCreary Co, KY?. She married CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD Abt. 1757 in Stearns, KY, son of GREAT EAGLE.
Children of CREAT PRIBER and CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD are:
27. i. CORNBLOSSOM5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1760, Stearns, KY; d. August 13, 1810, Stearns, KY.
ii. TUCKAHO DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1762.
iii. SALEECHIE DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1764. 28.
iv. NI-GO-DI-GE-YU, b. Abt. 1766.
29. v. GU-LU-STI-YU, b. Abt. 1768.
Generation No. 5
18. NAKY5 CANOE (DRAGGING4, ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1752. She married ALEXANDER BROWN.
Child of NAKY CANOE and ALEXANDER BROWN is:
i. SAWNEY6 BROWN, b. Abt. 1768, Calhoun Co, GA; d. September 17, 1837, Brighton, Polk Co, MO; m. VIOLET BARTON, February 20, 1797, Bedford Co, VA.

19. OO-LOO-TSA5 (TAH-CHEE4, ATTAKULLAKULLA3, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760. She married JOHN BOWLES , SR. More About JOHN BOWLES , SR: Cause of Death: shot in the head by Cap Bob Smith
Children of OO-LOO-TSA and JOHN BOWLES are:
i. LIGHTNINGBUG6 BOWLES, b. Abt. 1784; m. A-YU-SU.
ii. TU-NOO-NE-SKI BOWLES, b. Abt. 1786.
iii. DU-QU-LI-LU WAGON BOWLES, b. Abt. 1788; m. FANNIE DAVIS.
iv. QUA-TI-NI BOWLES, b. Abt. 1790.
v. TSA-GI-NA BOWLES, b. Abt. 1792; m. BIRD TAIL.

20. CATHERINE5 KINGFISHER (NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1752 in Cherokee Nation, TN, and died 1817 in Cherokee Nation, TN. She married (1) SAMUEL CANDY , SR Abt. 1767. She married (2) JOHN WALKER I Abt. 1770. She married (3) ELLIS HARLAN Abt. 1776, son of EZEKIEL HARLAN and HANNAH OSBORN.
Child of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and SAMUEL CANDY is:
i. SAMUEL6 CANDY , JR, b. Abt. 1768; d. July 06, 1837; m. ELIZABETH WEST.
Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and JOHN WALKER are:
ii. JOHN6 WALKER II, b. Abt. 1770, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. August 1835, near Muskrat Springs, TN; m. (1) EMILY STANFIELD MEIGS; m. (2) SUSANNAH FIELDS; m. (3) ELIZABETH LOWREY, Abt. 1797.
iii. JENNIE WALKER, b. Abt. 1772, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. Cherokee Nat., IT, OK; m. (1) CHARLES FOX TAYLOR; m. (2) THOMAS FOX TAYLOR I, Abt. 1785; m. (3) JOHN MCINTOSH, Abt. 1801.
Children of CATHERINE KINGFISHER and ELLIS HARLAN are:
iv. NANCY6 HARLAN, b. 1777, Cherokee Nat, TN; d. 1841, Going Snake District, Cherokee Nat., Adair county, OK; m. CALEB STARR, Abt. 1794, McMinn Co, TN?.
v. GEORGE HARLAN, b. Abt. 1779, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. 1848; m. (1) NANNIE SANDERS, Abt. 1799; m. (2) ANNIE MAY, Abt. 1814; m. (3) ELIZA RILEY, Abt. 1845.
vi. EZEKIEL HARLAN II, b. Abt. 1781, Cherokee Nat East, McMinn Co, TN; d. 1817, Cherokee Nat East, TN; m. HANNAH LEWIS, Abt. 1803, GA.
vii. SUSANNA HARLAN, b. 1784, Cherokee Nat, TN; d. Aft. 1818; m. OTTERLIFTER, Abt. 1800.
viii. RUTH HARLAN, b. Abt. 1786, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. Abt. 1840; m. JOSEPH PHILLIPS , SR, Abt. 1805.
ix. SALLIE SARAH HARLAN, b. Abt. 1788, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. Abt. 1837; m. JACOB WEST, Abt. 1808.
x. ELIZABETH HARLAN, b. August 15, 1793, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. September 19, 1826; m. PETER HILDEBRAND, Abt. 1808.

21. ELIZABETH BETSY5 WARD (NANYE'HI4, TAME3 DOE, NANCY2 MOYTOY, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1759 in Cherokee Nat, TN, and died in TN. She married (1) JOSEPH L MARTIN , JR, BGEN 1776, son of JOSEPH MARTIN and SUSANNA CHILES. She married (2) DANIEL HUGHES 1788 in TN.
Children of ELIZABETH WARD and JOSEPH MARTIN are:
i. JAMES6 MARTIN, b. Abt. 1778, Chittiko, Cherokee Nat. East, TN; d. 1840.
ii. NANCY MARTIN, b. Abt. 1780, Cherokee Nat., TN; d. April 1837; m. MICHAEL HILDEBRAND, Abt. 1800, Ocoee, Polk County, TN.
Child of ELIZABETH WARD and DANIEL HUGHES is:
iii. RACHEL6 HUGHES, b. Abt. 1790; d. Aft. 1851; m. CHARLES ROGERS , SR.

22. GEORGE5 GUESS (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in near Tuskeegee, TN, and died August 1843 in near the village of San Fernando, Mexico. He married (1) SALLIE WATERS, daughter of WATERS and LYDIA. He married (2) U-TI-YU WOK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY.
Children of GEORGE GUESS and SALLIE WATERS are:
i. GEORGE6 GUESS , JR, b. Abt. 1788.
ii. TEESEY GUESS, b. 1789; d. September 17, 1867; m. (1) U-TI-YU WOK-TEE-YAH LANGLEY; m. (2) REBECCA BOWLES.
iii. POLLY GUESS, b. Abt. 1790; m. (1) THOMAS BREWER; m. (2) FLYING.
iv. RICHARD GUESS, b. Abt. 1792.
Children of GEORGE GUESS and U-TI-YU LANGLEY are:
v. E-YA-GU6 GUESS, b. Abt. 1800; m. GEORGE STARR.
vi. OOO-LOO-TSA GUESS, b. Abt. 1802.
vii. GU-U-NE-KI GUESS, b. Abt. 1804; m. SIXKILLER.

23. ROBERT5 BENGE (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in probably in the village of Toquo [TN], and died April 09, 1794 in Stone Gap, VA.
Children of ROBERT BENGE are:
i. RICHARD6 BENGE, b. Abt. 1786; d. 1813, TN.
ii. JOHN WAGONMASTER BENGE , CHIEF, b. 1787; m. (1) QUATIE CONRAD; m. (2) RUNAFTER MCLEMORE, Aft. 1817.
iii. MARY BENGE, b. Abt. 1790.

24. LUCY5 BENGE (WURTEH4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1768, and died October 10, 1846. She married GEORGE LOWREY , JR, MAJ, son of GEORGE LOWREY and NANNIE OO-LOO-TSA.
Children of LUCY BENGE and GEORGE LOWREY are:
i. JAMES6 LOWREY, b. 1791, TN; m. ELIZABETH MCLEMORE.
ii. SUSAN LOWREY, b. February 25, 1793, TN; d. December 30, 1872; m. ANDREW ROSS, June 24, 1819.
iii. GEORGE LOWREY III, b. 1800, TN; m. ELIZABETH BALDRIDGE.
iv. LYDIA LOWREY, b. 1803, TN; d. July 10, 1862; m. MILO HOYT, February 24, 1820, Brainerd Church, Old CN. More About LYDIA LOWREY: Cause of Death: lifting a calf from a well
v. RACHEL LOWREY, b. Abt. 1806, TN; m. (1) DAVID BROWN; m. (2) NELSON ORR. More About DAVID BROWN: Cause of Death: Tuberculosis
vi. JOHN LOWREY, b. Abt. 1808, TN.
vii. ANDERSON PIERCE LOWREY, b. 1811, TN; m. (1) MARY NAVE.

25. PEGGY5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1838. She married WILLIAM WILSON.
Children of PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD and WILLIAM WILSON are:
i. JANE6 WILSON, b. Abt. 1828.
ii. ELZRAH WILSON, b. Abt. 1830; m. DAVID HICKS.
iii. GEORGE WILSON, b. Abt. 1832.
iv. BIRD WILSON, b. Abt. 1834; d. Bef. 1895.

26. ALCY5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Aft. 1838. She married GILES MCNULTY.
Children of ALCY DOUBLEHEAD and GILES MCNULTY are:
i. ELZIRA6 MCNULTY, b. 1823; d. Aft. 1896; m. MANN.
ii. ELIZA MCNULTY, b. Abt. 1826; d. April 03, 1885;
m. JOHN VICKERY.
iii. JOHN MCNULTY, b. Abt. 1828.
iv. GEORGE W MCNULTY, b. Abt. 1830; m. REBECCA.
v. BLEVIN MCNULTY, b. Abt. 1832.
vi. MARY MCNULTY, b. 1836; m. MILLER.

27. CORNBLOSSOM5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1760 in Stearns, KY, and died August 13, 1810 in Stearns, KY. She married JACOB TROXEL Abt. 1780, son of CHRISTIAN? TROXEL and CATHERINE DOERR.
Children of CORNBLOSSOM DOUBLEHEAD and JACOB TROXEL are:
i. PETER6 TROXEL II, b. Abt. 1781; d. Abt. 1810; m. JANE STEVENSON, January 16, 1803, Wayne Co, KY.
ii. CATHERINE KATY TROXEL, b. Abt. 1783, Loudon Co, VA; d. Abt. 1814, Scott Co, TN; m. JONATHAN BLEVINS, April 07, 1803, Wayne Co, KY. More About JONATHAN BLEVINS: Cause of Death: Bee Stings
iii. MARY POLLY TROXEL, b. Abt. 1785, Wayne Co, KY; m. TARLTON BLEVINS, January 16, 1804, Wayne Co, KY.
iv. MARGARET TROXEL, b. Abt. 1789, Loudon Co, VA; m. JAMES BELL, July 13, 1809, Wayne Co, KY.
v. ELIZABETH TROXEL, b. Abt. 1796, Frederick Co, MD; d. Aft. 1870; m. JAMES VAUGHN, October 01, 1812, Wayne Co, KY.
vi. SARAH TROXEL, b. Abt. 1798, Sullivan Co, TN; m. THOMAS BELL, February 09, 1818, Wayne Co, KY.
vii. WILLIAM TROXEL, b. 1800, Wayne Co, KY; d. Abt. 1890, Jackson Co, AL; m. CATHERINE FARRIS, Abt. 1820, Marion Co, TN.

28. NI-GO-DI-GE-YU5 (CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1766. She married SAMUEL RILEY, son of SAMUEL II RILEY.
Children of NI-GO-DI-GE-YU and SAMUEL RILEY are:
i. CATHERINE6 RILEY, m. ANDREW LACEY, April 21, 1814.
ii. MARTHA RILEY, m. JOHN HALL.
iii. MADISON RILEY.
iv. JAMES RILEY, b. Abt. 1792; m. (2) JENNIE SHIELDS, February 20, 1815.
v. NELSON RILEY, b. Abt. 1802; m. (1) ELIZABETH THOMPSON; m. (2) MARY CORDELL.

29. GU-LU-STI-YU5 (CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1768. She married SAMUEL RILEY, son of SAMUEL II RILEY.
Children of GU-LU-STI-YU and SAMUEL RILEY are:
i. NANNIE6 RILEY, b. 1782; m. JOHN MCNARY, May 09, 1804, Roane Co. TN.
ii. ELIZABETH RILEY, b. July 1794, Roane Co. TN; d. March 1857, I.T.; m. ISAAC KEYS, August 21, 1810, Roane Co. Tenn..
iii. MARY (POLLY) RILEY, b. Abt. 1786, Roane Co. Tenn; d. March 08, 1829, Fabius, Jackson Co. ALA; m. SAMUEL KEYS, April 02, 1808, Roane Co. Tenn..
iv. RICHARD RILEY, b. Abt. 1788; d. April 26, 1824, Jackson Co, ALA; m. DIANA CAMPBELL.
v. ELANOR RILEY, b. 1790; m. CHARLES COODY , SR, August 18, 1810, Roane Co. TN.
vi. JOHN M. RILEY, b. 1796; d. Roane Co. TN; m. SUSAN SUKIE WALKER, January 25, 1809, Roane Co. Tenn..
vii. SALLIE RILEY, b. Abt. 1797; m. WILLIAM KEYS, 1818.
viii. LOONEY RILEY, b. November 12, 1800; d. February 28, 1885; m. RACHEL STUART, August 29, 1819, Roane Co. TN.
ix. LUCY RILEY, b. 1802; d. March 1857; m. OWEN BRADY.
x. LOUISA RILEY, b. 1804; m. DENNIS BIGGS.
xi. RACHEL RILEY, b. 1808; m. (1) DANIEL MELTON; m. (2) JAMES MCDANIEL.

30. CATHERINE5 PUMPKIN (E-YAH-CHU-TLEE4, GREAT3EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1782. She married JAMES SPENCER.
Child of CATHERINE PUMPKIN and JAMES SPENCER is: i. DANIEL D6 SPENCER, b. 1811.

MISC.
Wilson relatives who lived in Clark County, KY about this time descended from a John Wilson, born in Ireland, who died in Berkeley County, VA (now WVA) in 1783. Per John's will, he had 14 children and some stayed in VA until about 1782 (including Edward, William and James) and then they moved to Fayette/Bourbon Counties in KY (Edward and William). A few others moved up to Washington County, PA (Jeremiah and Thomas) and then I believe that Jeremiah rejoined Edward and William (and other relatives) in Fayette/Bourbon Counties in KY.
These Wilson relatives appear on the 1810 census for Clark County, KY. I also think that Edward had a son named John born between 1775-1780 (the dates may or may not be correct). John had a brother named James. I think John may have married Elizabeth Sampson (Edward's children married into the Inlow/Enlow and Sampson families). I have not tried to track either John and James yet. But it is entirely possible that they could have stayed in Clark County, KY for the 1840 census. Thus far, I do not know of any of my ancestors who moved on to IA or NE during this time period.
I do have one ancestor named John Young in my lineage, the first acting president of Butler University in Indianpolis, IN. He was born in Ireland, date of birth unknown. While sailing to America, he lost his wife and 6 out of 10 children to an epidemic aboard ship. I do know that he was in KY for a time.
One surviving daughter, Mary Louise Young, was born about 1842 in England. My g-g-great grandfather, Dr. John Badger Wilson, was born in 1830 in Montgomery County, KY and came to Monroe Township, Putnam County, IN with his parents (Henry N. Wilson and Lucy Badger Wilson), about 1832. He married Mary Young about 1860.
Here is what I know about John Young:
"The following information on John Young was prepared for an exhibit on Butler's presidents: John Young, 1856-1858 (years served as acting president) A native of Ireland, Young came to the United States as a missionary for the Baptist Irish Society. In the early 1840s he aligned himself with the views of the Campbell religious movement. Prior to coming to North Western Christian University (NWCU), Young served as a minister of the Christian Church in Maysville, Kentucky, where he also ran private schools. Although Young is often credited as the first president of NWCU, he was never officially named so by the board of directors. After the second year of classes the board's business committee named Young as acting president. The appointment was not confirmed the following summer; Young resigned in 1858. His contributions to the young school included preparing the first course of study and teaching science, philosophy, and law. After leaving NWCU he practiced law. In 1861 President Abraham Lincoln appointed Young as the U.S. Consul to Ireland, a position he held until 1866. Young died in 1885. I can also tell you that Young was born in Ireland in 1817. According to a history prepared by Emily Helming: Young and his first wife left Ireland about 1850 with their ten children. While sailing to the United States, the wife and six children died from an epidemic. On January 21, 1860, he remarried. He and his second wife, Clara Parker of Ladoga, Indiana, had three children (Alice, Robert, and Agnes). After serving as consul, Young returned to Indianapolis. He lectured on medical jurisprudence and practiced law. He wrote two books: A Discussion of the Mode and Subject of Baptism (1851) and Pulpit and Platform (1854). He is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. (from Shaw) Sources for information include Jacob Piatt Dunn, Jr., History of Greater Indianapolis (1910) Henry Shaw, Hoosier Disciples (1966) (p. 169)."
(Information provided by Megan McKee, Special Collections Assistant, Butler University).
Does any of this ring a bell? Best regards, Rob

Scotland, Ireland, to SC 1690
I have heard that most Wilsons in South Carolina decend from the Reverend William Wilson who was born near Glasgow, Scotland in 1690. He had two daughters and one son, John Wilson , who went to Ireland. He had a grandson William Wilson who was a surveyor in Craven County, South Carolina. Craven County SC included most of the upcountry in South Carolina. William Wilson settled many of his siblings in Craven County, SC. William Wilson died in 1793. His brother, James Wilson, was the executor of his estate and his will is on file in the Newberry County, SC courthouse.. NOTE: What were all of the childrens names? 1. John Wilson 2. ?, 3. ? and who was the father to his grandson William Wilson? who was a surveyor in Craven County, South Carolina

? VA. and SC 1699?
Thomas Wilson, Sr. born 1699 or 1799? Was his son Thomas Jr. born about 1735? I have a Thomas Wilson (place and date of birth unknown) whose daughter Elizabeth (WILSON) b. 1724 in SC married Joseph Holleman in VA. Could this Thomas possibly be your Thomas Wilson, Sr.? Thomas Sr. was born 1699 and Thomas Wilson Jr. was born about 1735. The one marriage I have for Thomas Sr. was to Amy (Irvin) on March 4, 1727/1728, NOTE: but it is possible he was married before that time. 1721? 1 Thomas WILSON, m. Amy (IRVIN) 1 Thomas WILSON, Jr., b. 1735, m. Elizabeth (McLEAN), 1758 at Brunswick Co., VA ..Va. ?1735 Thomas Wilson Jr. was born about ?1735. m. Elizabeth (McLEAN), 1758 at Brunswick Co., VA

NC 1700
Wilson in NC.in 1700 Rowan Co. don-wilson@sbcglobal.net

abt 1714
searching for information about the original emigration of the WILSON line of Samual WILSON, born abt 1714. He was married to Elizabeth. They had eight children.
Children of Samual and Elizabeth (?) WILSON:
Ephraim WILSON, born 1738, died aft. 1800 in Robertson Cty., Tenessee. Spouse:Elizabeth "Isabella" (HUTCHINSON), born 1741 in Augusta Cty., Virginia, died [?]. They were married in 1758 in Augusta Cty., Virginia.
Richard WILSON, born abt. 1742, was married to Mary (HUTCHINSON). Mary and Isabella may well have been daughters of John HUTCHINSON and Mary [?]. [these are my ggg-grandparents]
[Ephraim and Richard were brothers married to sisters.]
George Wilson, born abt. 1731
Lucreta Wilson, born abt. 1731, spouse Acquilla Sherrill
William Wilson, born before 1735
Acquilla Wilson, born abt. 1735
Hulda Wilson, born abt. 1736, spouse Jacob Sherrill
Samual Wilson, born abt. 1737
My web site is: wilson.php" TARGET="_new">http://jimrobins.cherokee-online.com/wilson.php
Jimmie Lee Robins, US Army [retired]
web site. Take a look at my WILSON line.
http://jimrobins.cherokee-online.com/wilson.php

1719 NJ to NC
Thomas Willson/Wilson b. abt.1719 in Warren Co.N.J. Moved to North Carolina. M. Jean b.abt 1723.
They were in the New Jersey groupe in N.C.
don-wilson@sbcglobal.net

1728
Col.George Wilson, b. ca. 1729, m. Elizabeth McCreary 1750 Staunton VA. George died 2/1777, Quibbletown NJ. Could these be the same? This George Wilson did have a son George, who would have been born before 1753, but our records show he "died early in life."
I have a George Wilson bc 1730 that m. Elizabeth Crawford McCreary. His son George Wilson b. 1752 m. Anne Richey d/o James Richey and Margaret Caldwell, sister to Martha Caldwell that m.
Patrick Calhoun the parents of John C. Calhoun Vice President, Senator, Ambassador to Belgium and Secretary of State. However, son George had a son John, that had a James b. May 16, 1818. They came to SC from Augusta Co., VA.

1732/1733 Va
JOHN MARSHALL SR married SARAH (--?--) at Virginia. He was born at Virginia. He died between 1732 and 1733 at Brunswick, Virginia. A. JOHN MARSHALL JR married TABITHA DIXON at Brunswick, Virginia. He was born at Brunswick, Virginia. He died after 13 Feb 1782 at Warren, North Carolina.

The line for Samuel 1732 is Robert 1690 (Rachel) with children
Zaccheus 1713 (Martha),
Jennett 1710-1727 (John Holmes),
Jacob Wilson 1713,
Robert1714-1715 (Martha Gilbert),
Joseph 1716-1717 (Mary Newby),
Rachel 1719,
Catherine 1721 (Thomas Bell),
Isaac 1747 (Katie Griner, Sarah Neal) Martha 1758,
Elizabeth 1739 (Luke Lea),
Samuel 1732 (Sarah Moore).
the line of Zaccheus 1713 (Martha) is
Robert 1730 (Eleanor Carothers),
David 1731 (Jean Rowan),
Zaccheus 1733 (Elizabeth Conger. Keziah Alexander),
Annie 1736, James 1738) Margaret Greene),
Joseph 1740,
William 1746 (Elizabeth Jones).
the line of Robert 1730 (Eleanor Carothers) who had 15 children
the 1st born was James 1757 (Ruth Davidson, Sarah Ogilvie),
there is some problems with a John 1740 (Susan Rutledge) as the father of William 1796 (Jane Mchenry) , Margaret Gates).

Va. and Pa. 1736
Thomas Wilson was born in 1736/1763. He died in 1788/1849. He married Jane (Rees) on 4 Sep 1783 in Hopewell MM,Frederick,VA. Jane (Rees) was born on 29 Nov 1758 in ENott,Chester, PA. She died in Oct 1804 in Berkeley,VA. She married Thomas Wilson on 4 Sep 1783 in HopewellMM, Frederick, VA. Note: did they have children and if so what were their names?

Ireland and SC 1739
Charles Wilson who came to South Carolina in 1772 aboard the ship "James and Mary" which sailed from Larne, Ireland. Charles Wilson was born in 1739 in Ireland. He had siblings already in South Carolina. The early Wilsons in South Carolina had large families. Many of which went west. Charles' father was John Wilson, who also had a large family. Among John's sons that came to South Carolina were 1 John, 2. William, 3. Benjamin, 4. Charles, 5. James, 6. Hugh, 7. Thomas and maybe 8. Samuel.... William Wilson was a surveyor for Craven County, South Carolina. He located many of his brothers and sisters in Craven County, South Carolina. William Wilson died in 1793 in South Carolina. I have concentrated on Charles descendants. I am the eighth generation from Charles. By 1850 children of these early South Carolinians had spred throughout the country. I do not have the names that you mentioned in my family tree. I suspect that they may be descended from one of these early South Carolinians.. NOTE: Who did Thomas marry and what were his children's names if he had any?
Ireland and SC and GA. 1739
Charles Wilson was born in 1739 in Strabane, Ireland. He died 9 June 1820 in Laurens Distict, South Carolina. He married Elizabeth (Simpson) in Ireland in 1767. In August 1772, Charles Wilson and Elizabeth with three of Elizabeth's sisters and their husbands sailed from Larne, Ireland aboard the snow "James and Mary" to Charleston, SC. Charles Wilson and Elizabeth's third child James Wilson who was born in Craven County, SC in 1775. In 1775, the land that Charles Wilson had surveyed in 1773 was on King's Creek in what is now Newberry County, SC. After the Revolutionary War in 1786, Charles Wilson acquired 350 acres on the Laurens-Newberry side of the Saluda River near the Old Star Fort where the Craven County Militia was headquartered. In 1820 when Charles Wilson died, he was living on this property. Their seventh child Thomas Wilson was living with his wife Mary (?) 6 miles from Jonesboro in Henry County, Georgia. I do not know when Thomas Wilson was born, but probably during the Revolutionary War Period. He may be the father of your Thomas or one his brothers may have had a child named Thomas Wilson . James' 15th child was named Thomas Wilson but he was born after the date of the birth of your Thomas Wilson . The early Wilsons had big families and tended to name their children after their grandparents, parents, and brothers and sisters. The names William, John, James, Benjamin, Hugh, Thomas, and Charles are very popular. NOTE: If Charles Wilson had ? seven children, what are their names, and if James Wilson had ? fifteen children what are their names?

Ireland , Pa., Va. 1740
John ROSAMOND living in Augusta Co, Virginia and listed as a master shoemaker, owned land, paid tithes, served in the militia, etc. His wife Sarah (Wilson), a daughter of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth (?) Wilson, arrived with her mother Elizabeth, brothers: Samuel Wilson and Matthew Wilson , sisters, and uncles and cousins in June 1740 in Philadelphia, PA from Co Antrim, Ireland. Her brother Nathaniel Wilson must have been born in Virginia because there is no listing of him arriving on the ship. Nathaniel Wilson and two of her uncles (one was named William Wilson ) and several cousins also moved to this Abbeville District in ?. NOTE: What were the names of all of Thomas Wilson's children? 1. Sarah Wilson, 2. Samual Wilson, 3. Matthew Wilson, 4. Nathaniel Wilson, ? What were the sisters names? What was the other uncles name 1. William Wilson, 2. Unknown ? What were the cousins names? Unknown......

1740 MISC NOTE:
I had Edward Wilson born abt 1740, unconfirmed and I didn't know where. He was married to Mary Ann (Gilbert) which Polly is a nickname form of Mary. Their children, unconfirmed but some information came from a Census, I have are as follows:
Edward Wilson b. abt 1789 Burke Co., NC married Rachel (Silver)
I have a list of their children
1 John Wilson
2 Andy or Andrew Wilson
3 Sam or Samuel Wilson
4 Sarah aka Sally Wilson
5 Mary Ann Wilson b 11/29/1796 d 3/25/1894
6 Nancy Wilson
7 Clearsa Wilson
8 Ben or Benjamin Wilson
9 William
10 George
11 Gilbert
12 James

1740
Stephen Wilson born 1740? died 1799? married before 1771 to Mary Newman born 1751 died 1846. Their children were.....
Sarah Wilson born 1771? married Mr Harris,
Reuben Wilson born 1777? married Elizabeth ?,
William Wilson born 1775?, Catherine Wilson born 1777? married Anthony Shands,
Thomas Wilson born 1779? married Jane ?, Lucy Potter born 1781? married Vincent Wilson, Frances Dye born 1783?,
Stephen Wilson born 1785? married Nancy ?,
John Ellis Wilson born 1786? married Nancy "Sally" Franks,
Mary Polly Wilson born 1790? married #1 Abraham Shands #2 Henry Toal,
Lavice "Vicie" Wilson born 1793? married John Henry Newman
Anna Wilson born 1797 married Stephen Potter.
Note: Who did Thomas marry Jane (?) and did they have children??????

SC 1740
Re: John Wilson, Sr., c.1740, York & Pendleton, SC of 26816 In Reply to: Re: John Wilson, Sr., c.1740, York & Pendleton, GSC by Cliff Otos Posted by: Pat Wilson (ID *****1710) Date: December 31, 2005 at 16:05:39 / GENFORUM Hello, I am looking for the family of Thomas Wilson, SR. He was born abt 1750+/-. He married an unknown Hicks lady, sister of Chief Charles R. Hicks and had one son, Thomas Wilson, Jr.b.abt 1785. He married 2nd Betsy McCrary and had one son George W. Wilson, SR. b.abt 1790. Thomas had a 3 known son, John Wilson, AKA Conuluski, by and unknown lady. Thomas' son, George Wilson, SR, married Ruth Springston, a Cherokee lady. This is our line. Thomas was in TN in the early 1800's as he is on a land deed listed with George, George SR, and Samuel Wilson. In a deed a few entrys below is an Asa Wilson with Betsy Wilson (prob. Thomas' wife) and Gideon Ragsdale. Gideon is married to Mary Artemesia Wilson, dau. of John Wilson and Elizabeth Hardin. By 1834 Thomas Sr is in GA. Thomas Wilson, SR has one known sister, Kayteeyeah Wilson, a wife of Chief Doublehead.(source:Chronicles of OK. Bird Doublehead interview). We believe at this time that John, Samuel, Asa, George and Thomas Wilson, SR are brothers, or brothers mixed with uncles, cousins etc. It is possible that one is there father. Kayteeyeah is the only known sister to Thomas SR. We do not know the parents of Thomas Wilson, Sr. We have a Cherokee Dawes enrollment application where a Lilli Peck is claiming Cherokee blood through her Grandmother, Mrs. Wilson, down through our Thomas Wilson, SR., so Thomas may have some degree of Cherokee Blood from his mother. We do believe his father was white. You are the first post that I have seen with Wilson's in the Cherokee Nation (GA, TN, SC etc) before the Cherokee Removal in 1838. Would you have any more info on Your John Wilson or his family and how they came to be in the Cherokee Nation, etc? Any help would be appreciated. Patty

NOTE: VA. to SC
Most Virginia Wilson's decended from Gilbert Wilson. Besides Margaret who was martyed for her Covenanter Faith, she had brothers John, Thomas, and Gilbert in addition to a sister Agnes. Gilbert Wilson was the grandfather of the Reverend William Wilson. By being in Craven County, S.C., they may have had their land surveyed by the the surveyor William Wilson. In the casdastral records (deeds and plats) you can determine which surveyor signed the plat. Re: Wilsons in old Tryon (then York, now Cherokee) SC. NOTE: Who was this Thomas Wilson married to?

1742 NC
Looking for info.Thomas Wilson Abbitts Creek TWP Rowan Co.NC. b abt 1742 d. June 23,1769 M. Jean (?) , children 1. George, 2. Micheal, 3. Benjmain, 4. Joseph, 5. Jacob, 6. John. 7. Elizabeth she m. John Houghty have dates of birth Who are Thomas Wilson Parents. Don L. Wilson don-wilson@sbcglobal.net

CHIEF4 DOUBLEHEAD (GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1744 in Stearns, KY, and died August 09, 1807 in Hiwasse River, TN. He married (1) NANNIE (THE PAIN) DRUMGOOLE, daughter of ALEXANDER DRUMGOOLE and NANCY AUGUSTA. He married (2) KATEEYEAH WILSON. He married (3) CREAT PRIBER Abt. 1757 in Stearns, KY, daughter of CHRISTIAN PRIBER and CLOGOITTAH.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and NANNIE DRUMGOOLE are:
i. BIRD TAIL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1795.
25. ii. PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Bef. 1838.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and KATEEYEAH WILSON are:
iii. TASSEL5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1798; d. August 1807.
26. iv. ALCY DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1800; d. Aft. 1838.
v. SUSANNAH DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1805; d. Aft. 1838; m. GEORGE CHISHOLM.
Children of CHIEF DOUBLEHEAD and CREAT PRIBER are:
27. vi. CORNBLOSSOM5 DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1760, Stearns, KY; d. August 13, 1810, Stearns, KY.
vii. TUCKAHO DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1762.
viii. SALEECHIE DOUBLEHEAD, b. Abt. 1764.
28. ix. NI-GO-DI-GE-YU, b. Abt. 1766.
29. x. GU-LU-STI-YU, b. Abt. 1768.

1745
Robert Wilson b. 1745 d. 1797 Rowan NC s/o Samuel Wilson & Margaret Reed m. Mrs Elizabeth Johnson 28 Dec 1767

abt 1745
I have a William Wilson(#2) b/abt/1745/location unknown--I have been told he could have brothers named Thomas and James and these brothers were sons of William Wilson, Sr. -- William Wilson (#2) married Mary or Martha Wilkens/Wilkins and they had 3 known children: 1) William Wilson (#3) b/1789 Culpeper Courthouse, VA and d/June 1835/Pickens Co., AL 2) Unknown Daughter Wilson married Mr. Coons and 3) Nancy or Ann Wilson married Mr. Kyle --- William Wilson (#3) was in War of 1812 and according to family history after mustering out "left TN with his father and settled in AL" -- William Wilson (#2) died abt 1825/AL(no facts here)--this William also was suspose to have been a Rev. War vet who was at Guilford Courthouse -- I am at my wits end and hope someone can provide other info Posted by: Charlotte (ID *****9836) Genforum message board --- Misc Note There is a William C. Wilson listed in Henry Co. Alabama several U.S. Census, also Henry Co. Al. Agricultural Census Records- also on BLM-GLO website- Bureau Land Management- Govt. Land Office, Henry Co. Ala. There is at least one record that is really my 3rd great grand father Wilson C. Williams

1748
1 William WILSON b: 03 April 1748 in PA or Scotland d: 04 April 1821 in Falls of Rough, Grayson, KY Burial: 1821 Wilson Cemetery, Falls of Rough, Grayson, KY .. +Miss CUMMINS b: Abt. 1752 in VA d: Aft. 21 April 1821 in KY Burial: Aft. 1821 Wilson Cemetery, Falls of Rough, Grayson, KY Father: Moses CUMMINS Mother: Winnifred LATTIMORE
... 2 James WILSON b: 16 February 1771 in Stafford Co., VA d: 1866 ....... +Elizabeth TOPP b: 1792 in VA d: 1866
........ 3 Malinda WILSON b: 1810 in Kentucky d: 14 April 1854 in Grayson County, KY ............ +Colby F. SHRADER b: April 1810 d: 18 August 1844 Father: Christopher Columbus SCHRADER Mother: Elizabeth FINLEY
........ 3 Allen WILSON b: 1821 ............ +Elizabeth CUMMINS b: Abt. 1820 Father: Nelson CUMMINS
........ 3 Martin WILSON b: Abt. 1823 in KY d: Bef. 1923
........ 3 Emily WILSON b: Abt. 1830 in KY d: Bet. 1860 - 1930
... 2 William WILSON b: 30 November 1772 in Stafford Co., VA d: Bef. 1872
... 2 Hannah WILSON b: 27 November 1774 in Stafford Co., VA d: Bef. 1874 ....... +John TUTTLE Father: John Baptist TUTTLE
........ 3 William TUTTLE b: 1806
........ 3 Benjamin Franklin TUTTLE
........ 3 [2] John Benjamin TUTTLE b: 1807 in KY d: Aft. 1850 ........... +[1] Rhoda PRESTON b: 1809 in KY Father: Robert PRESTON Mother: Mary WILSON
... 2 John WILSON b: 27 February 1777 in Stafford Co., VA d: Bef. 1877 ....... +Mary BLAINE b: Abt. 1783 in KY d: Bef. 1878 Father: Michael BLAINE Mother: Mary (BLAINE)
... 2 Thomas WILSON b: 07 August 1779 in Stafford Co., VA d: Aft. 1850 ....... +Martha (WILSON) b: 1779 in VA
........ 3 Benjamin WILSON ......... +Eleanor COCKERILL b: 14 April 1816 d: 31 January 1880
........ 3 Elizabeth WILSON b: Abt. 1799 in KY d: Aft. 1850 ........... +PATTON
........ 3 Bruner Brumsberry Sr. WILSON b: 23 May 1810 in Warren Co., KY
........ 3 Stephen WILSON b: 17 October 1812 in Warren Co., KY
... 2 George WILSON b: 30 December 1782 in Stafford Co., VA d: 1855 in KY Burial: 1855 George Wilson Cemetery, South Side of Hwy #62, Near Spring Lick, Grayson, Kentucky ...... +Eleanor Collins CRASK b: 30 September 1786 d: 09 July 1849 Father: Vincent CRASK Mother: Sarah M. WILSON
........ 3 Ann WILSON
........ 3 Benjamin WILSON
........ 3 Eliza WILSON
........ 3 Franklin WILSON
........ 3 Caroline WILSON b: 20 January 1809 in Grayson Co., KY d: 24 November 1877 in Spencer Co., IN Burial: 1877 William Ritcherson Cemetery, Spencer County, Indiana .......... +William S. KELLY b: 17 August 1802 in NC d: 22 July 1875 in Caneyville, Grayson, KY
........ 3 Felix Grundy WILSON b: Abt. 1814
........ 3 Vincent WILSON b: Abt. 1822 d: Bef. 1922 .......... +Ann (WILSON) b: 1826 d: Bef. 1926
........ 3 William WILSON b: Abt. 1827 d: Bef. 1927
... 2 Charles WILSON b: 18 February 1784 in Stafford Co., VA d: Bet. 1860 - 1869 in Lee Co., VA ...... +Jane ANGLIN b: Bet. 1804 - 1807 in Patrick Co., VA d: Bet. 1860 - 1869 in Rose Hill, Lee, VA Father: Adrian Jr. ANGLIN Mother: Elizabeth ESTES
........ 3 Charlotte WILSON b: 1830 d: Bef. 1930
........ 3 Elizabeth WILSON b: 1833 d: Bef. 1933
........ 3 George WILSON b: 1836 in Patrick Co., VA d: Bef. 1936
........ 3 Catherine WILSON b: Abt. 1838 in Patrick Co., VA d: 31 May 1869 in Rose Hill, Lee Co., VA .......... +William ANDRE b: 17 April 1831 in Sembach, Rhineland Pfalz, Germany d: 02 February 1908 in White Shoals, Rose Hill, Lee, VA Christened: 21 April 1831 Sembach, Pfalz, Germany Immigrated: 1855 Germany to Virginia Father: Philipp Heinrich ANDRÄ Mother: Katharina NUNTZ
........ 3 John WILSON b: 1838 in Patrick Co., VA d: Bef. 1938
........ 3 Thomas WILSON b: Abt. 1840 in Patrick Co., VA d: Bef. 1940
........ 3 Susan WILSON b: Bet. 1845 - 1846 in Patrick Co., VA d: Bef. 1945
........ 3 Tyler WILSON b: 1853 in Lee County, VA
........ 3 Mary WILSON b: 1857 in Lee County, VA
... 2 Elizabeth WILSON b: 02 April 1786 in VA d: Bef. 1886 Burial: Wilson Cemetery, Falls of Rough, Grayson, KY ...... + Hosea SPURRIER Burial: Wilson Cemetery, Falls of Rough, Grayson, KY
... 2 Mary WILSON b: 12 February 1788 in KY d: Bef. 1888 ....... + Robert PRESTON
........ 3 [1] Rhoda PRESTON b: 1809 in KY .......... +[2] John Benjamin TUTTLE b: 1807 in KY d: Aft. 1850 Father: John TUTTLE Mother: Hannah WILSON
... 2 Joseph WILSON b: 20 October 1790 in KY d: Bef. 1890
........ 3 Susanna WILSON
... 2 Benjamin WILSON b: 20 October 1790 in KY d: 10 June 1819

1750 Ireland
Robert Wilson immigrant ancestor from Ireland ca 1750>Augusta Co VA>NC>TN >Robert L Wilson b. 1796 Blount Co. TN +Ann Hartgrove lived in Lawrence Co AL in 1825>Loucinda Wilson b. 1843 Itawamba Co MS + Daniel R. Munn m. 1859 Monroe Co. MS>Elizabeth Munn Smith>AJ>AJ>Betty

1750 / 1760 Ga.
Another possible sibling of John Wilson, Sr., of Saluda River was THOMAS WILSON (1750/60-1835), of Hall Co., Ga., with wife Angess Wilson; his Hall County will, dated 4 November 1835, probated 4 January 1837, was witnessed by William E. Wilson (son of Robert and grandson of the subject John Wilson, Sr.). As John Wilson, Sr., of Saluda River had dau. Agness, it is possible that she was the wife of this Thomas Wilson, rather than this Thomas being a brother of the subject John. Thomas and Agness Wilson were living in Hall County by 1820. Two others Thomas Wilsons were in Hall Co., Ga., 1830 Census: Thomas born 1780-90, and Thomas C., born 1800-10. One of these three Thomas Wilsons must have been the Thomas Wilson who was a licensed preacher in Hall County in 1830.

1754 -
Robert Wilson, Patriot, and older brother of Jacob Willson b Jan 14, 1754. Jacob's birth is verified through the Plainfield, CT Vital Records (Barbour Collection)with reference to Vol2:61.
He is one of 11 children born to John Willson and Mary (---) Willson. Both are assumed born in Antrim, Ireland and both died and are buried in Windsor, VT.
A source for referrence is Willson Wilson and Allied Lines by Clotilde Wilson Blower, 1972.
If you know anything about a Robert Wilson b1748 West Greenwich, RI (maybe) will you please post a reply?

1758 ?NC -
Jacob Wilson, born 11 Feb 1758 (according to his tombstone). He may have married Jean (McMahan). I would like to get the parents of Jacob and see if his place of birth really is NC.
One family story is that the father of Jacob was Thomas Wilson, b. abt 1742 in Rowan Co., NC. I don't know if that is true or not. Any help would be appreciated.

1765
Robert Wilson 1765-1829 Davidson County NC s/o Richard Wilson & Elizabeth Reed

1765
Agnes Wilson, b.May 9, 1765, was married to Owen Evans in April of 1784 in Chester District, was the daughter of Hugh Wilson. I think this Hugh Wilson, b. abt 1744 was the son of John Wilson. Your comment that Agnes was not the dau. of Hugh Wilson, who married Agnes Spence in 1818, was certainly correct. Agnes, b.1765 was 53 when they married.
I am attaching the petition of Agnes Evans made 1845 to continue recieving her husband Owen Evans' widow pension.
"The State of Alabama Jackson County County Court in vacation The Honorable Judge Jas M. Greene present.
On this 25th day of May 1845 personally appeared Agnes Evans a resident in said state and county now over seventynine years of age before the Honorable James M. Greene judge of the county. Court of Jackson County held at the courthouse in the town of Bellfont in Jackson County and State of Alabama and after being duly sworn according to law doth on her oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the act of…..March 4, 1836 and the joint resolution of July 7, 1838 intitled an outstanding half pay and pension to certain widows that she is the widow of Owen Evans who was a pensioner of the United States under the act of 18th of March of 1818 at the rate of nintysix dollars per annum and was entered in the pension roll of the State of Alabama Sept 17, 1825 and was last paid at Huntsville in the State of Alabama which fell due on the 4th of March 1827. She further declares that she was the daughter of Hugh Wilson who was a citizen of Chester District in the State of South Carolina at the time. She was married to Owen Evans this departed soldier in the month of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eightyfour and always after up to the present day was known by the name of Agnes Evans. (3) That my husband Owen Evans died on the 15th day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven and when he died he left this identical same Agnes Evans a widow in Madison County and with the following described Children named below. My first child Asahel Evans was born on the 3rd day of December 1785 in Chester District in the State of South Carolina."

1775
Looking for info. on Thomas Wilson and wife Jean had six boys and one daughter.They lived in Rowan Co Abits Creek TWP. Thomas d. abt 1775 Rowen Co. His will spelled Willson.
When his son moved to KT.second L was droped.
Contact me. don-wilson@sbcglobal.net
Thanks Don L. Wilson Ho. Tx.

1777 NC
Husband: Eli Wilson Born: 13 Jun 1777 in: North Carolina Married: 1794 in: Died: 13 Nov 1870 in: Ray Co., Missouri Burial: Unknown in: Kinkaid Cemetary, Ray Co., Missouri Father: William Wilson Mother: ? Other Spouses: Wife: Sarah B. (Combs) Born: Abt. 1777 in: Virginia Died: 13 Nov 1870 in: Ray Co., Missouri Burial: Nov 1870 in: Johnson Cemetary (Removed to Kinkaid Cemetary, Knoxville, Ray Co., Missouri Father: Mother: Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
1 Name: Jeremiah Wilson Born 1: in: North Carolina Born 2: Abt. 1797 in: Grainger Co., Tennessee Died: Abt. 1870 in: Campbell Co., Tennessee Burial: Unknown Indian Creek (Removed to Cumberland View) Baptist Church, Jacksboro, Campbell Co., Tennessee in: Married: 1814 in: Tennessee
Spouse: Elizabeth (Ridenour) M
2 Name: Edward Wilson Born: Abt. 1795 in: Tennessee Died: Aft. 1860 in: Whitley Co., Kentucky Burial: Married: in: Spouse: ? Married: in: Campbell Co., Tennessee Spouse: Hulda Cooper M
3 Name: Henry Wilson Born: Abt. 1801 in: Campbell Co., Tennessee Died: Aft. 1880 in: Wayne Co., Kentucky
Burial: Married: 1840 in: Spouse: Cynthia Baker M
4 Name: Benjamin Wilson Born: 1803 in: Tennessee Died: Aft. 1860 in: Whitley Co., Kentucky Burial: Married: 1828 in: Spouse: Martha Ridenour M
5 Name: Mary Elizabeth Wilson Born: 1806 in: Campbell Co., Tennessee Died: 1862 in: Ray Co., Missouri
Burial: Married: in: Spouse: William Bailey F
6 Name: Female Wilson Born: 1811 in: Married: in: Died: Unknown in: Burial: Spouse: F
7 Name: Female Wilson F Born: 1813 in: 2 7 Married: in: Died: Unknown in: Burial: Spouse: F
8 Name: Levi Wilson Born: 1816 in: Married: in: Died: Unknown in: Burial: Spouse: M
9 Name: Sarah Wilson Born: 1818 in: Married: in: Died: Unknown in: Burial: Spouse: F
10 Name: Rachel Wilson Born: 1820 in: Married: in: Died: Unknown in: Burial: Spouse: F
11 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:
12 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:
13 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:
14 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:
15 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:
16 Name: Born: in: Married: in: Died: in: Burial: in: Spouse:

Nc -
John Wilson & Elizabeth married Dec 9, 1793 , John Wilson b. March 17, 1768 NC d. Nov 11, 1831 NC. Elizabeth (Linthacum) b. May 29, 1774 MD, d. Apr 2, 1834 NC

Misc. NOTE:
Are Jacob and Jesse Wilson related to Joseph (and probably James) Wilson of Macon Co, AL? See my Wilson page at www.murrah.com/gen/wilson.htm for details.

1784
William Wilson (b.1784 Moore Co. NC)who had 3 sons. I'm descended from Jason Wilson, brother of Benjamin F. and William C. Wilson. I read with delight that you have a photo of B. F.'s wife Elizabeth and Granny Wilson. I would love to have a photocopy of that picture if you wouldn't mind. I have a picture of Mrs. F. W. Bostick (mother of Elizabeth) with my ggggrandmother Martha Clements Wilson Gunter. If you don't have this photo, I'd be happy to copy this one. I look forward to hearing from you. Yours truly James C. Wilson, Jr.

1785 NC
ELIZABETH (MARSHALL) Wilson was born on 2 Jun 1785 at Warren, North Carolina. She married WILLIAM GILLIAM WILSON on 5 Nov 1814 at Warren, North Carolina. She died before 14 May 1849 at Warren, North Carolina.

1788 NC, Tenn, Ark, Al. - James William Wilson Sr. b1788 Rowan Co.NC.d.1866ak. m Delilah (Shipp) b.1800 Tn.m 1816 d 1871 ark. Had twelve children. NOTE: What are all the childrens names? MY LINE levitaann@yahoo.com - 1860 Tenn and Alabama and Ark 1860 This is part of what i have. In 1860 (Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Note; would be born about 1826) - (Mary 34 b. Tenn. Note: Would be born about 1826) - Martha A. 12 b.AL. - (Elizabeth 9 b. AL. Note: would have her being born about 1851).....June 7 b.AL. - Mathew 6 b. ARK. - Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. - Maybe wrong family ? Don From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Wednesday, December 13, 2006 10:54 AM To : <levitaann@yahoocom> Subject : wilson - Another email - This is part of what i have. In 1860 Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Mary 34 b. Ten. Martha A. 12 b.AL. Elizabeth 9 b. AL. June 7 b.AL. Mathew 6 b. ARK. Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. Maybe wrong family ? Don.... I have a Mary (Boseman) in 1860 she was 34 from Tenn. m.Thomas Wilson 34 Children: 1. Martha 12. 2. Elizabeth 9. 3. June 7, 4. Mathew 6, 5. Isaac 6/12 . This is James William Wilson and Delilah Shipp son. In 1860 they were Sevter Co. AR. Don From : Don Wilson <don-Wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Friday, January 5, 2007 6:57 PM To : <levitaann@yahoo.com> Subject : Wilson NOTE: This is the only message I have recieved referring to a Wilson and Boseman Line connection.
MY LINE ALSO
ann g in lockhart texas- levitaann@yahoo.com
James b.1788 Rowen co.NC d.1866 Ratcliff Ark.They had twelve children, have much info. cantact me
Don L. Wilson don-wilson@sbcglobal.net
Thank You Don for your help, Ann

1788 Ga. -
Greene County GA records: 1788 Samuel Wilson (as admin. of estate of Benjamin Wilson) of Wilkes Co. to John Wilson of York Co., SC 275 acres in Washington Co.

1788 Ga.
Oliver Porter of Greene Co. to John Wilson of Greene Co. 270 acres

1788 Ga Hancock Co. records 1794 Robert Wilson's wife was Jane (?)

If you have Wilson or related families in or from Jackson Co, Alabama, I recommend you check the updated George W. Wilson family. It is rather long so a search is suggested:
GEORGE WASHINGTON WILSON (JAMES) was born 31 Oct 1793 in Virginia or North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in AL. He married REBECCA CAMP, 02 Jan 1815 in Pulaski Co, KY, daughter of JOSEPH CAMP and SUSNNAH ROUNDTREE. She was born 1790 in Rutherford, NC, and died Aft. 1860 in AL. George Wilson - 1840 Jackson County, Alabama Census. 1 male under 5 years (Carroll ?); 1 male 5-9 years (George?); 1 male 10-14 years (Claiborn); 2 males 15-19 years (Bird ?, ?); 1 male 30-39 years (?); and 1 male 40-49 years (George). 2 females under 5 years (Eugenia ?, Elissa ?); 2 females 5-9 years (Catherine ?, Eliza ?); 1 female 10-14 years (Susan ?); 1 female 20-29 years; and 1 female 50-59 years (Rebecca). (Washington and Joseph listed individually. George W., born on 25 Sep 1848 per Dingus) George W. Wilson - 1860 Jackson County, Alabama Census. George Wilson, 68 years old (1792); Farmer; Value of Real Estate - $1,000; Value of Personal Estate - $3,500. Born in Virginia; wife, Rebeca, 70 years old (1790); born in North Carolina; Catherine, 25 years old, AL; John Bradford, 22, AL; Susan, 30, AL; Obediah, 6, AL; Hesekiah, 2, AL. Unproven - George Wilson - 1830 Jackson County, Alabama Census: 1 male 40-50 years; 1 female 30-40 years. Information from Georgia Wilson Dingus LSD records. The marriage is recorded in Latter Day Saints Library, #7130918 - # 539019 . Part of the Wilson Family lived in Wilson, Texas; Comanche County and Hamilton County, Texas, per Georgia Wilson Dingus. This family is referenced on LDS Files # F899O43, S/N 00037-5, MFID: 0306 5975 submitted by Al Hardin of Lubbock, Texas, descendent of Washington and Lucinda Wilson's child, George Washington Wilson. Haven't located George and Rebecca for 1850 cecsus. George was a farmer. Children of GEORGE WILSON and REBECCA CAMP are:
3. i. JOSEPH WILSON, b. 18 Oct 1815, KY; d. 01 Apr 1865, Jackson Co, AL.
4. ii. WASHINGTON COOPER WILSON, b. 1817, KY; d. 28 Dec 1861, Gray's Chapel, AL.
iii. BIRD (BYRD) WILSON, b. Abt. 1820.
iv. ELIZA (ELISSA) WILSON, b. Abt. 1822, KY. This could be the same person as Susan Eliza Wilson.
v. EUGENIA WILSON, b. Abt. 1824, KY or AL.
5. vi. CARROLL WILSON, b. 1826, TN.
6. vii. CLAIBORN B. WILSON, b. 1827, AL.
7. viii. SUSAN ELIZA WILSON, b. 1830, AL.
8. ix. SARINA WILSON, b. Abt. 1832.
x. GEORGE WILSON, b. 1833. In 1972, Georgia Wilson Dingus put an article in the Scottsboro, Alabama Sentinal newspaper as follows: " The Scottsboro, Alabama Sentinel, Wednesday, March 22, 1972. They Passed This Way, A column of History and Genealogy, by Christine (Pauline) Sumner. ....George went to Texas, never heard from...."
xi. CATHERINE WILSON, b. 1835, AL.
9. xii. PERNITA C. WILSON, b. Abt. 1837.
Generation No. 2
3. JOSEPH WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 18 Oct 1815 in KY, and died 01 Apr 1865 in Jackson Co, AL. He married PHERABY COULSON in Jackson Co, AL3. She was born 1815 in TN, and died in Jackson Co, AL. Last will & testament published and probated on 2 January, 1867, in Jackson County, Alabama, this from ALA Records Vol XIX. Hugh L. Parks, administrator. Heirs: Pheraby, widow; James C. (of age); Louisa P.; Pheraby L.; Nancy A.; Franklin P.; Joseph J.; Florence A.; Missouri L.; and grandchildren William and George L., minors and heirs of their father George Wilson, deceased who reside with their mother in Jackson County. Children: George W. - 1841; James C. - 1845; Louisa - 1847; Pheraby - 1849; Nancy - 1851; Joseph - 1854; Rebeca - 1856; Florence - 1858 (married a Mr. Cunningham); Missouri -1860. All were born in Jackson County, Alabama.
Notes for PHERABY COULSON: Pheraby's father was Isaac Coulson, born 1781 in Carroll, Virginia, her mother was Pheraby Dean. One story goes: Three brothers together with their families came from England and settled near what is now Richmond, Virginia. One of these was a great grand father to G. A. Coulson of Corsicana, Texas, named Dean Coulson, his grandfather, Isaac Coulson married in Virginia, they went to Tennessee about the year 1801. Their children: Jacob; Henry; Isaac; John; Hugh; William; James; Nancy, who married Mr. Hodge; Sarah, who married Mr. Gough; Poeba [Pheraby], who married Joseph Wilson; Elizabeth, who married Mr. Young. Second story: Jacob Coulson was born in 1754 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, died in 1811 and is buried in Grayson County, Virginia. In 1776 he married Elizabeth Jennings. Jacob Coulson and Elizabeth Jennings were the parents of the following child: Isaac Coulson, born in 1780. Isaac Coulson, father of Jacob, was born 1731 in, West Nottingham, Cecil, Maryland, married Elizabeth Paine born about 1724 in of West Nottingham, Cecil, Maryland. Children of JOSEPH WILSON and PHERABY COULSON are:
i. GEORGE W. WILSON, b. 1841, Jackson Co, AL; d. 1864, Civil War. Married Rosannah in 1844, in Tennessee. He was on the 1860 census. His children are named in his fathers (Joseph) will as William and George L. in 1867. 1860 census, pages 268/9. He was a C.S.A. Soldier.
ii. JAMES C. WILSON, b. 1845, Jackson, AL; m. MOLLIE E. TIPTON, 13 Dec 1866, Jackson Co, AL. James' middle name may be Coulson after Pheraby's family.
iii. LOUISA P. WILSON, b. 1847, Jackson, AL; m. JOHN C. WOOD, 30 Dec 1870, Jackson Co, AL.
iv. PHERABY L. WILSON, b. 1849, Jackson, AL; m. PETER H. GULLATT, 24 Jan 1867, Jackson Co, AL.
v. NANCY A. WILSON, b. 1851, Jackson, AL. Nannie Wilson married David Henry on 23 Apr 1877, Bk C, pg 119.
vi. JOSEPH J. WILSON, b. 1854, Jackson, AL.
vii. REBECA WILSON, b. 1856, Jackson, AL; m. JOHN DUNCAN, 12 Nov 1875, Jackson Co, AL. Marriage license reads John Dunkin.
10. viii. FLORENCE A. WILSON, b. 1858, Jackson, AL; d. Aft. 1920, Potter Co, TX.
ix. MISSOURI L. WILSON, b. 1860, Jackson, AL; m. DANIEL L. DYE, 25 Aug 1878, Jackson Co, AL.
x. FRANKLIN P. WILSON, b. 1862, Jackson, AL33. A Benjamin Wilson married Margaret Staples on 29 Dec 1879 Bk C, pg 438. Many Franklin's had first name of Benjamin, but this may not be the case here with Franklin having a middle initial of P.

4. WASHINGTON COOPER WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1817 in KY, and died 28 Dec 1861 in Gray's Chapel, AL. He married (1) LUCINDA COOK 1841 in Jackson Co, AL. She was born in NC, and died in Jackson Co, AL. He married (2) ELIZABETH LAMB 29 Nov 1852 in Jackson, AL. She was born 07 Oct 1833 in Jackson, AL, and died 10 Dec 1926 in Grandfield, OK. 1st Sgt. Washington Cooper served in the Mexican War from 5 June 1846, to 27 May 1847, in Co F, 1st Regiment (brigade), Alabama Hornets VOLS, commanded by Col John R.Coffee, Capt R.W.Jones, he enrolled at Bellefonte, Alabama. He was mustered out of the service at Mobile, Alabama. The regiment went to Mexico, I have a diary on the trip which mentions Wash Wilson. The family says he was killed in 1864 during the Civil War, but Elizabeth says in her pension application that he died December , 1861. He served in the Florida Creek Indian Wars as a private from Alabama. His bounty land claim was #9601-160-1847.

W.C. Wilson - 1840 census:1 male under 5 years; 1 male 5-9 years; 1 male 20-29 years; 1 female 10-14 years; and 1 female 20-29 years. W. C. Wilson - 1850 Jackson Co, AL, Census: 33, farmer, Ken (KY), value of real estate owned, $200; Lucinda (Cook) Wilson, 32, NC; Sarah R., 8, Ala; Ruben J., 6, Tenn; George W., 2, Ala. Washington Wilson - 1860 Jackson Co, AL census: 40; farmer, real estate value - $2,000; Personal Value - $2,000; born in Kentucky; Elizabeth, 36, AL; Reuben, 15, AL; G. W., 11, AL; Caroline (Charlene), 8, AL; A. C. (Anne Elizabeth), 2, AL; Hiram, 4 months old, AL.

In 1972, Georgia Wilson Dingus put an article in the Scottsboro, Alabama Sentinal newspaper as follows: " The Scottsboro, Alabama Sentinel, Wednesday, March 22, 1972. They Passed This Way, A column of History and Genealogy, by Christine (Pauline) Sumner. .....Mrs. Georgia Wilson Dingus, 2206 33rd St., Lubbock, Texas, called us recently to see if we could help her on her Wilson line in Jackson County. We asked her to send us information for publication and have just received the following: "I need to know the place and date of George Wilson born about 1790, 1850 census Jackson County, Alabama. He married Rebecca Camp (or Kemp). Their children: Joseph, born 1815 in Kentucky had wife Ferraby; Washington Cooper born 1815 in Kentucky (must have been twins-Ed) married Lucinda Cook, died Grays Chapel, Jackson County, Alabama in 1864; Bird (Byrd); Claborn born 1827 in Alabama; Carroll married Rhoda Ann Money born 1835 (Money's from Paint Rock Valley also); George went to Texas, never heard from; Eugenia; Catherine; Elize." Mrs Dingus will be happy to pay anyone for information on her ancestor. She joined the DAR under this line and her line has been challenged. It seems that many years ago the patriot societies did not check the applications as they do today and people have gone in on lines that were not their own. We have proved some of the lines in Jackson County that were established years ago as erroneous." My Note: Georgia mentions 1850 Jackson County, AL, census, however I could not find George Wilson in the 1850 census. She states Washington Cooper was born in 1815 -- this is incorrect, he was born in 1817 according to 1850 and 1860 census. Final point -- how does she know Washington Wilson is buried in Gray's Chapel Cemetery and the year of his death. I've gone out to Gray's Chapel Cemetery in Jackson County, (it's on or near the old George Wilson land, near the Tennessee Alabama state border at the far northern end of Paint Rock Valley) but there are no Wilson headstones. This doesn't mean they weren't there and may have been destroyed. Georgia's story is that her grandfather died in 1864 and second wife Elizabeth states he died in 1861?? Wash was a farmer as well as a Justice of the Peace. Burial: Gray's Chapel, Paint Rock Valley, AL Notes for ELIZABETH LAMB: "Grandma Wilson Died Friday -1926: Mrs. Elizabeth Wison, aged 93 years, two months and three days, died at the home of her son, J. D. Wilson, four miles north and one east of Grandfield, (Oklahoma) Friday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, following a short illness. She was known to everyone in her community as Grandma Smith, and despite the fact that she had been blind for 29 years, she was known for her patience and Christian spirit, beloved by all who knew her. She was born October 7, 1833, and was married in Alabama, being the mother of four children, two of whom are now living, being Mrs. Oma Jones, Sulpher Spings, Texas, and J. D. Wilson, Grandfield. At the age of 15 she joined the Baptist church and while her health permitted took an active part in her Christian work and membership with her church. She has been a widow for 65 years. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock by Rev. Ernest Hitt, burial being made in the Grandfield cemetery. Her death was likely hastened by the fact that about a month ago she fell and broke one of her hips, her age being against her recovery."

Elizabeth initially filed for Washington Wilson's pension on 30 January 1887, in Madison County, AL, the file is #3985, Certificate #1899, states she lived 17 miles from the nearest court to Newmarket. She was a lifelong Primitive Baptist. On the pension application, Elizabeth writes she lived from "place to place", and had rhuematism and weakness of lungs and chest. Her brother, Josiah R. Lamb, and sister, Hannah (Lamb) Wilson, were her witnesses saying they knew her all their lives. On May 9, 1887, affidavit, Elizabeth incorrectly stated that Washington C. Wilson had 'not' been previously married (his first wife Lucinda (Cook) Wilson bore 4 children and my guess is that she died at childbirth with Caroline in 1852). A special Congressional Bill was enacted H.R.21322-1887; #5759 Report #5830 dated January 31,1907, for Elizabeth Wilson to receive a special increased pension at the 59th Congress, 2nd Session, letters in the file are from Senator James V. McClintic, OK, for her to get the Special Bill enacted. Children of WASHINGTON WILSON and LUCINDA COOK are:
11. i. SARAH REBECCA WILSON, b. 1842, Jackson Co, AL; d. TN.
12. ii. REUBEN JACKSON WILSON, b. 1844, Jackson Co, AL; d. AL.
13. iii. GEORGE W. WILSON, b. 25 Sep 1848, Jackson Co, AL; d. Comanche Co, TX.
iv. CHARLENE WILSON, b. 1852, Jackson Co, AL3; m. Jasper MONEY on 18 Apr 1868, Franklin Co, TN. She was also called Caroline and Charlma, she married a Money. Children of WASHINGTON WILSON and ELIZABETH LAMB are:
v. UNKNOWN WILSON, b. Abt. 1856, Jackson, AL; d. AL3. Elizabeth's number of children born to her was listed as 4. Hence my reason for giving an unknown child.
14. vi. ANN ELIZABETH WILSON, b. Aug 1858, Jackson Co, AL; d. TX.
vii. HIRAM WILSON, b. Mar 1860, Jackson Co, AL; d. AL3.
15. viii. JEFFERSON DAVIS WILSON, b. 30 Mar 1862, Jackson Co, AL; d. 29 May 1933, Grandfield, OK.

5. CARROLL WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1826 in TN. He married RHODA ANN MONEY 1853 in Jackson Co, AL. She was born 1835 in AL. Is this the same person as BURRELL WILSON listed in 1870 census. Children of CARROLL WILSON and RHODA MONEY are:
i. JAMES T.4 WILSON, b. 1852. J. F. Wilson married Mattie Frady on 18 Apr 1878.
ii. JESSE F. WILSON, b. 1856; m. FANNIE DONELSON, 14 Sep 1876, Jackson Co, AL. First name may be Joseph.
iii. MARY E. WILSON, b. 1858; m. S. P. CLARK, 13 May 1873, Jackson Co, AL.
iv. WILLIAM J. WILSON, b. 1860. Jackson County marriages list: William D. Wilson married Polly C. Wines on 15 Apr 1876 and W.W. Wilson married Cressie A. Troxell on 10 Feb 1881.
v. MARTHA S. WILSON, b. Abt. 1862; m. ROBERT MACK PAYNE, 12 Feb 1876, Franklin Co., TN; b. 1856, Franklin Co., TN; d. 01 Feb 1929, Jackson Co., AL. Also called 'sis'.
Notes for ROBERT MACK PAYNE: He had a second marriage to Nan Hatfield. Son of James Payne, birth in 1831, Tennessee, Marriage Hester (Hetty) Crabtree born 1832 in Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee. Married on 22 Sep 1851 by Meredith Catchings, Justice of Peace. Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Scottsboro

6. CLAIBORN B. WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1827 in AL. He married HANNAH LAMB3 Bef. 1850 in Jackson, AL3. She was born 1827 in AL. Notes for CLAIBORN B. WILSON: The 1850 census lists no children, Lucinda Lam, sister to Hannah, is living with Claiborn and Hannah (Lam). Also a James Burke, born 1834, AL, is living with them. Claborn was a farmer. In 1871, Hopkins County, Texas, a Henry Wilson married Mary A. Logan, I don't know if this is the same Henry or not. At some point I stated his first name was Henry Claiborne Wilson, must do more research. Children of CLAIBORN WILSON and HANNAH LAMB are:
i. WILLIAM4 WILSON, b. Abt. 1851. Jackson County marriages list: William D. Wilson married Polly C. Wines on 15 Apr 1876, Bk C, pg 63; and W.W. Wilson married Cressie A. Troxell on 10 Feb 1881, Bk C, pg 563.
ii. JANE WILSON, b. 1857; d. Aft. 1920; m. J. M. CLENDENNING; b. 1847, TN; d. Aft. 1920. Notes for J. M. CLENDENNING:... 1920 Census: 13th District, Sumner County, Tennessee, dwelling 53, 7 Jan 1920, J.M. Clendenning, head, owns mortgaged, white male 72, married, TN/TN/TN, farmer; Jane, wife, white female 62, married, TN/TN/NC, none; Edgar Perdue, grandson, white male 20, widower, TN/TN/TN, farmer; Walter, grandson, white male 14, single, at school, TN/TN/TN. J. may be Jeremiah.

7. SUSAN ELIZA WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1830 in AL. She married JOHN BRADFORD in Jackson Co, AL3. He was born 1837 in AL. A John Bradford was in Hopkins Co, TX in 1870 or 1880. Children of SUSAN WILSON and JOHN BRADFORD are:
i. OBEDIAH WILSON4 BRADFORD, b. 1854, JACKSON AL.
ii. HEZEKIAH WILSON BRADFORD, b. 1858, JACKSON AL.

8. SARINA WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born Abt. 1832. She married JAMES M. LAMB Abt. 1848. He was born 1830 in Jackson Co, AL. Chancery Court Minute Book, January Term 1907, pages 67-70, case number 1189, W.J. Wilson vs. J.J. Money, in Franklin County, Tennessee, shows Rena Lamb (nee Wilson) died leaving one heir, Hernanco Lamb. Notes for JAMES M. LAMB: They lived in Madison County, Alabama in the 1880 census. Other census's: 1840/Jackson,AL; 1850/Jackson, AL; 1860/Madison, AL; 1870/Madison, AL. James was in Co M, F. 27th ALA Inf, C.S.A., Civil War with 2 of his brothers. Children of SARINA WILSON and JAMES LAMB are:
i. CORRA A. LAMB, b. 1849.
16. ii. FERNANDO CORTEZ LAMB, b. 1852.
iii. SHERWOOD LAMB, b. 1854.
iv. RHODA C. LAMB, b. 1857.
v. HENRY C. LAMB, b. 1860.
vi. ROBERT M. LAMB, b. 1862.
vii. WILLIAM W. LAMB, b. 1866.

9. PERNITA C. WILSON (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born Abt. 1837. She married JOSEPH LUNSFORD MONEY 21 Sep 1860 in Jackson Co, AL. He was born 10 Jun 1839 in Jackson Co, AL, and died 21 Apr 1928 in Jackson Co, AL. Marriage license states her first name is Pameta, however Chancery Court Minute Book, January Term 1907, pages 67-70, case number 1189, W.J. Wilson vs. J.J. Money, in Franklin County, Tennessee, shows her name to be Pernita, married to a Mr. Money and having children William Money and Eliza (Money) Swaim. Notes for JOSEPH LUNSFORD MONEY: Was married second to Lucy Ann Payne, born 4 Oct 1854 in Franklin Co., Tennessee, about 1880 and had several children with Lucy, death 26 Aug 1913 in Jackson Co., AL and burial at Milan Collins Cemetery, Estill Fork, Jackson Co., AL. He was a private in the 18th Bn., Alabama Infantry, CSA. Two of Joseph's sisters married Lucy's brothers. Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Scottsboro Children of PERNITA WILSON and JOSEPH MONEY are:
i. WILLIAM4 MONEY.
ii. ELIZA MONEY, m. J. M. SWAIM, 11 Dec 1895, Jackson Co, AL.
Generation No. 3
10. FLORENCE A. WILSON (JOSEPH, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1858 in Jackson, AL, and died Aft. 1920 in Potter Co, TX. She married R. W. CUNNINGHAM 30 Jan 1881 in Jackson Co, AL. He died Bef. 1920. A Florance Cunningham was on the 1920 census in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, with son, A. M. Cunningham. Child of FLORENCE WILSON and R. CUNNINGHAM is:
i. A. M. CUNNINGHAM, b. 1897.

11. SARAH REBECCA WILSON (WASHINGTON COOPER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1842 in Jackson Co, AL, and died in TN. She married (1) WILLIAM RILEY TANKERSLEY Abt. 1857 in Jackson Co, AL. He was born 14 Feb 1835 in GA, and died 21 Oct 1915 in Hot Spring Co, AR. She met (2) JOSEPH R. MILLER Abt. 1877 in AL or TN. He was born Abt. 1842. Per Betty Martin: 1880 Census shows Lou Jane Miller, 14 and John R. Miller, 11 in household of Joseph Miller and Rebecca Wilson. It is assumed that these two are the two youngest children of Rebecca and William Riley Tankersley, John Rubin and Louella. Rebecca and William were divorced 28 August 1873, in Franklin County, Tennessee per Mark Harper. This invalidates the marriage date for Wm. Riley to Anna Suggs on 1 May 1871 in Franklin Co., TN. Notes for WILLIAM RILEY TANKERSLEY: Children by Anna Suggs: Monroe Wyett TANKERSLEY b: 13 DEC 1878 in Franklin Co., TN; Wiley Alexander TANKERSLEY b: 25 JUN 1876 in Franklin Co., TN; Woodard TANKERSLEY b: 1882 in TN; Nathan A. TANKERSLEY b: 4 NOV 1884; Laura Bell TANKERSLEY b: 12 JUL 1888 in Gurley, AL; Pearl TANKERSLEY b: 4 JUN 1890 in Gurley, AL; Ida Tennessee TANKERSLEY b: 23 OCT 1891 in Gurley, AL or Franklin Co., TN; Benjamin Terrell TANKERSLEY b: 23 APR 1880 in Winchester, Franklin Co., TN. Military Service: BET. 1860 - 1865 Pvt. Co. I, 42nd Reg. TN Inf. Military Service: BET. 1860 - 1865 Co. I, 55th Reg. AL Inf. Burial: Prince Cemetery, Hot Spring Co., AR Census: 1850 Jackson Co., AL-"Rily Stephens-12, b. AL" Census: 1860 Franklin Co., TN Census: 1870 Jackson Co., AL-see notes Census: 1880 Franklin Co., TN Census: 1900 Tallapoosa Co., AL-(b. 1835) Event: AL Land Grant 1 MAY 1902 160 acs. S11, 12; T1s; R5E Jackson Co. Note: Per Rochelle T. White: "Riley married first Rebecca Wilson about 1857 prob in Franklin Co., TN, they later divorced with grounds of adultery (she apparently found other companionship while Riley was off to war). I thought I had a copy of the divorce decree, I will keep looking. Riley married Mary Pruitt 2 Apr 1874 in Jackson Co. AL, I do have a copy of that marriage license. You will find son James living with his widowed step-grandmother, Mary Pruett on the 1880 Jackson Co., AL census. Son William would have been 19 and probably out on his own, daughter Luella married Ben Elliot, perhaps before the 1880 census, she would have been 15 in 1880. Youngest child, John, I don't have any ideas on." Notes for 1870 Census: Per Rob't. L. Stevens: "Living next to her (Matilda Caroline Tankersley Stevens) was Riley Tankersley, her oldest son and his 4 children at #441/446." Wm. Riley is buried alongside Mary Pruett at Prince Cemetery about a mile off Hwy 128 & Hwy 84. Notes for JOSEPH R. MILLER: This may be the same person: Joseph "Crippled Joe" Miller, birth: 26 Aug 1832 in Franklin County, TN. Death: 27 Feb 1914 in Franklin County, TN. Father: Samuel Miller b: 19 Oct 1802 in Franklin County, TN , Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" Montgomery b: 15 Nov 1802 in TN. Marriage 1 Sarah Elizabeth Mullikin b: 14 Oct 1848 in Johnson County, Indiana , Married: 10 Oct 1872, Franklin Co, TN. Children: Elizabeth Smith Miller b: 20 Aug 1873 in Cowan, Franklin, TN; Warner Miller b: 14 Sep 1875 in Cowan, Franklin, TN; John Mullikin Miller b: 23 Mar 1878 in Cowan, Franklin, TN; Mary Eva Miller b: 22 Dec 1880 in Cowan, Franklin, TN; Jennie Houghton Miller b: 19 Aug 1883 in Franklin,TN; Edwin S MILLER b: 15 Jul 1885; Jospeh P Miller b: 5 Jul 1888 in TN. The above dates don't fit with Rebecca Wilson Tankersley. Children of SARAH WILSON and WILLIAM TANKERSLEY are:
i. JAMES W. TANKERSLEY, b. 29 Jul 1858, TN; d. 03 Nov 1928, AR. Received an Alabama Land Grant on 9 July 1894 for 120 acres. S18 & 19; T1s; R5E Jackson Co. First marriage to Sara M. Steel b: 1855, married in April 1878, in Tennessee. Children; Hiram R. Tankersley b: 1879. Second marriage to Amanda Burks, b: about 1860, married on 22 Aug 1880, in Franklin Co., TN. Third marriage to Minnie A. York, born on 7 May 1880, married on 12 May 1900, in Franklin Co., TN. Sources: Title: 1860 Winchester, TN Census, Title: Mark Harper. Burial: Fourche Loupe Cemetery, Garland Co., AR
ii. WILLIAM JACKSON TANKERSLEY, b. 03 Jun 1860, Jackson Co, AL; d. 22 May 1939, Garland Co., AR. Immigration: between 1890-1892 AL to AR. Alabama Land Grant 3 Dec 1892, 120 acres. S15,22,21; T1s; R5E Jackson Co. Marriage to Martha Elizabeth Money b: 4 May 1861 in AL Married: 27 Dec 1878. Children: William Jones Tankersley b: 4 Nov 1887 in Jackson Co., AL ; Benjamin Franklin Tankersley b: 20 Mar 1892 in Franklin Co., TN; Pearl Lee Tankersley b: 12 Aug 1896 in TX ; George Henry Tankersley b: 3 Mar 1885 in Jackson Co., AL; James Tobias "Tobe" Tankersley b: 17 Sep 1881 in Jackson Co., AL; Roseda Tankersley b: 3 Feb 1882 in Jackson Co., AL; Anna Belle Tankersley b: 8 Mar 1890 in Jackson Co., AL; Mary Rebecca Tankersley b: 3 Apr 1894 in Avalon, Ellis Co., TX, death: 19 Jan 1974. Burial: Prairie Bayou Cemetery, Hot Spring Co., AR, married W. Carroll Williams b: abt. 1894, on 23 June 1918. Burial: Prairie Bayou Cemetery, De Roche, Hot Spring Co., AR
iii. LUELLA JANE TANKERSLEY, b. Abt. 1867, Jackson Co, AL; d. 1952. Married Benjamin Joseph "Ben" Elliott, born about 1865, on 13 May 1887.
iv. JOHN RUBIN TANKERSLEY, b. 15 Mar 1868, Winchester, Franklin Co, KY; d. 06 Sep 1916, Madison Co, AL. Marriage to Martha Jane Sisk, born 13 July 1868. They were married on 14 July 1887. Children: James Martin Tankersley b: 13 Oct 1889, died August 02, 1947, in Craighead County Arkansas. He married Margaret "Maggie" Angelina Webb Abt. 1912 in Madison County Gurley Alabama. Carrie Adella Tankersley b: 7 Jun 1892; Maude Ilena Tankersley b: 4 Aug 1894; John Robert Tankersley b: 28 Dec 1896 in AL, he married (1) Goldie Clements. He married (2) ?. He married (3) Margie Wilburn; Dovie Wrea Tankersley b: 22 Dec 1901 in Hot Springs, Garland Co, Arkansas. She married James A Webb. Sources: Joyce English and Mark Harper. Burial: Flanagan Cemetery, Jackson Co, AL Child of SARAH WILSON and JOSEPH MILLER is:
v. RU C.5 MILLER, b. 1878.

12. REUBEN JACKSON WILSON (WASHINGTON COOPER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1844 in Jackson Co, AL3, and died in AL3. He married RUFINA COOK3 22 Jul 1872 in Jackson County, AL3. She was born 1840 in AL3, and died 3. 1870 Jackson County, Alabama census, lived in Big Coon, Subdiv #2, pg 60. 1880 census Jefferson County, Alabama. He was a Methodist circuit rider who was raised near Scottsboro and who later lived near Oneonta, Alabama in the Remlap area per descendent Walter Marvin Miles III. He was listed as a farm laborer in 1870. Notes for RUFINA COOK: Rufina Wilson is listed as an heir in a Deed Dated Feb. 14, 1897 transferring inheritance rights from Mandy Malvina Keller Tankersley to the heirs of James Tankersley. An actual copy of this deed was provided by Mark Tankersley Harper. This deed was handwritten and includes "Manda Melvina Tankersley('s) mark" The deed is transcribed exactly as written. "I James Tankersley do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void all others by me at any time made. First I direct that my funeral expenses and all my debts be paid as soon after my death as possible out of my money that I may die possessed of or may come into the hands of my wife Mandy Melvina Tankersley. Secondly I give and bequeth to my wife Mandy Melvina Tankersley all my property both personal and real to own control and sell if she desires and appropriate to her benefit during her natural life. 3rd ly after the death of my wife I give and hereby bequeth all the property she may die possessed of one fourth to Mary Melvina Judge that I have raised and the remaining three fourth to be divided between the heirs of my three sisters viz. 1/4 to the heirs of Matilda Stevens 1/4 to the heirs of Roseda Pennington and 1/4 to the heirs of Alsey Hughes...." State of Tenn, Franklin County. Children of REUBEN WILSON and RUFINA COOK are:
i. OCTAVIA5 WILSON, b. 1865, JACKSON, AL3; d. ?3.
ii. IDELLA WILSON, b. 1867, JACKSON, AL3; d. ?3.
iii. UNNAMED WILSON, b. Mar 1880, JACKSON, AL3; d. ?3.

13. GEORGE W. WILSON (WASHINGTON COOPER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 25 Sep 1848 in Jackson Co, AL, and died in Comanche Co, TX. He married MARRILL A. COOK 1874 in Comanche Co, TX3. She was born in ?, and died in Comanche Co, TX. He owned an orchard in Comanche County, Texas. Possible married Caroline Owens, 5-Feb-1867, Sumter Co,Tennessee or Sarah Gragson,10-Mar-1875 in Madison County, Alabama. Per Al Hardin, Lubbock, TX notes, George W. had steel blue eyes. He was an orchard owner. Children of GEORGE WILSON and MARRILL COOK are:
i. MAHALIA ANGELINE5 WILSON, b. Comanche, TX3.
ii. ROSE WILSON, b. Comanche, TX33.
iii. OLURA WILSON, b. Comanche, TX33.
iv. RILLA WILSON, b. Comanche, TX33.
v. LUCRETIA WILSON, b. Comanche, TX33.
vi. IRA WILSON, b. Comanche, TX33.
vii. LULA DELPHIA WILSON, b. 1877, Comanche, TX33.
viii. GEORGE WASHINGTON WILSON, b. 24 Jul 1880, Comanche Co, TX. Married MAHALA COOK; children - MURIAL LORINA WILSON
ix. GEORGIA WILSON, b. 22 Nov 1886, Comanche, TX3; d. Lubbock, TX.

14. ANN ELIZABETH WILSON (WASHINGTON COOPER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born Aug 1858 in Jackson Co, AL3, and died in TX. She married ISHAM H. JONES 31 Dec 1874 in Newmarket, AL. He was born in Jackson Co, AL, and died 1908 in Hopkins Co, TX. Annie's son, Johnny, filed for pension and/or land warrant after death of grandmother, Elizabeth Wilson for Annie (Oma) Jones in 1930 - the request was denied. Johnny stated his father died 22 years earlier. Lived in Texas, Senator Morris Sheppard wrote the letter for him. John said Annie was the oldest child in the family & Wash never got bounty land #9601-160-1847. The 1880 census shows Ann as Elizabeth born in 1856. Her husband Isham H., born in 1853, AL. It shows her mother-in-law, Matilda, born in 1818, AL, and Isham's two sisters; Rachel/1840; Mary J./1848 are living with Isham & Annie. Also J.D. Hill, 21 from Alabama. In 1910 Annie, born 1857 lived next door to J. D. Wilson. Notes for ISHAM H. JONES: 25 Oct 1879, a J.M. Jones married Victoria Coffey in Hopkins County, Texas. Children of ANN WILSON and ISHAM JONES are:
i. JOHN W.5 JONES, b. 1878, Newmarket, AL. John's wife was named Lucy, born 1885, in Texas. Their children were: Isham, born 1904; John, born 1905; Willie R., born 1908; Emmett, born 1910; Ivy E., born 1914; Eulas, born 1915; Gracie Lou, born 1915. From the 1920 census in Hopkins County, Texas, his mother Annie E., age 61, widow is living with Johnny. All the children were born in Texas.
ii. MARY C. JONES, b. Dec 1879, Newmarket, AL.

15. JEFFERSON DAVIS WILSON (WASHINGTON COOPER, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 30 Mar 1862 in Jackson Co, AL, and died 29 May 1933 in Grandfield, OK. He married CHARITY ELIZABETH KENNEDY 04 Jan 1883 in Newmarket, AL, daughter of JAMES KENEDY and NANCY HOLLENSHED. She was born 11 Jan 1865 in Newmarket, AL, and died 14 May 1957 in Grandfield, OK. Notes for JEFFERSON DAVIS WILSON: J.D. was born, grew up, and was married in Paint Rock Valley, Jackson County and Newmarket, Madison County, Alabama. He moved, with his family, to Brenham in Lamar County, Texas - 1900; to Riley Springs, Hopkins County, Texas 1910; and then to Davidson and Grandfield in Tillman County, Oklahoma - 1920. Notes for CHARITY ELIZABETH KENNEDY: She died in either 1956 or 57. Children of JEFFERSON WILSON and CHARITY KENNEDY are:
i. JAMES ISHAM5 WILSON, b. 18 Oct 1883, Newmarket, AL; d. Bef. 1970, Grandfield, OK.
ii. EMMETT PRESS WILSON, b. 15 Feb 1885, Newmarket, AL; d. 17 Jan 1948, Washita Co, OK. Emmett P. Wilson was the Washita County Commissioner for many years.
iii. NANCY ELIZABETH WILSON, b. Mar 1887, Newmarket, AL; d. 28 Jul 1902, TX; m. EUSTUS SMITH, 1901, TX.
iv. HULDA ALICE ANNETTE WILSON, b. 23 Mar 1889, Newmarket, AL; d. 15 Mar 1968, Castroville, TX; m. JULIOUS MARSHALL GRIGGS, 28 Oct 1906, Hopkins Co, TX; b. 18 Jun 1879, Columbus, GA; d. 06 Aug 1952, Pearson, TX. Marriage record, have original from Hopkins county, Book 12, page 291. Grandpa and grandma Griggs are both buried in the Lytle, Texas cemetery.
v. ALLIE BROWN WILSON, b. 14 Oct 1891, Newmarket, AL; d. 14 May 1939, Grandfield, OK. Veteran of World War I: Abt. 1918
vi. ANNIE LEE WILSON, b. 25 Oct 1896, TX; d. Aft. 1957, Grandfield, OK.
vii. CHARITY MAE WILSON, b. 25 Feb 1899, Hopkins Co, TX; d. 10 Jun 1967, Grandfield, OK; m. CAL RECTOR, Abt. 1920.

16. FERNANDO LAMB (SARINA WILSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JAMES) was born 1852. He married AMANDA MELVINA RAINS. 1920 census shows he was born in 1857. Child of FERNANDO LAMB and AMANDA RAINS is:
i. WALTER ALEXANDER5 LAMB, b. 1887.
If you have corrections or additions to this family, please contact me. Thanks, M. Griggs griggsm@seacove.net

1796
Robert Wilson immigrant ancestor from Ireland ca 1750>Augusta Co VA>NC>TN >Robert L Wilson b. 1796 Blount Co. TN +Ann Hartgrove lived in Lawrence Co AL in 1825>Loucinda Wilson b. 1843 Itawamba Co MS + Daniel R. Munn m. 1859 Monroe Co. MS>Elizabeth Munn Smith>AJ>AJ>Betty

1797 Va.
John Wilson 53 m Wheelwright (possible father of Joshua) b. 1797
Elizabeth Wilson 48 f b. 1802
John H. '' 16 m Farmer
Samuel '' 14 m
Mary A. '' 12 f
Andrew S. '' 11 m
James P. '' 8 m
David D. '' 4 m
Sarah A. '' 2 f
Source: CARROLL CO. VA, 1850 CENSUS

1799 Ky and Tn.
William Wilson was born 1799 in KY, son of James Wilson and Margaret (McElroy). (His sister is Nancy Wilson, who married Wm. Neeld and lived in Lincoln Co. TN)

PEGGY5 DOUBLEHEAD (CHIEF4, GREAT3 EAGLE, MOYTOY2, AMATOYA1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1838. She married WILLIAM WILSON.
Children of PEGGY DOUBLEHEAD and WILLIAM WILSON are:
i. JANE6 WILSON, b. Abt. 1828.
ii. ELZRAH WILSON, b. Abt. 1830; m. DAVID HICKS.
iii. GEORGE WILSON, b. Abt. 1832.
iv. BIRD WILSON, b. Abt. 1834; d. Bef. 1895.

1800 TENN
Looking for info. on Delilah Shipp she M. James Wilson in 1816. she was b. 1800 in Ten.d in AR.1871.
please contact me. don-wilson@sbcglobal.net
Thanks Don L. Wilson Ho. Tx.
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I did not get your reply. My ggg grand father was James William Wilson Jr. , Jonathan Andrews Wilson brother.
Looking for info on Delilah. Here is family line.
Thomas Wilson, Jacob,James,James jr. John Thomas,James,sr
James jr ( my father )Have some good records hane history back to 1700. James filed suite on Cherokee Nation,have copy.
Don

1805 NC
John Harty m. Sarah (Wilson) (b. ca 1805 NC) abt 1822. They named their children William, Daniel, Nancy, Alexander, Jacob, James, John, Wilson and Carroll. Some of these names appear in the Harty's (Jacob-John's father, Daniel & William-his brothers).

1808 SC
John Wilson who had children that came to South Carolina...John, William, Benjamin, Charles, James, Hugh, Thomas and maybe Samuel. I have a Hugh Wilson who died on 14 Oct 1808 in Newberry Co, South Carolina. He married Margaret "Peggy" (Fair). They had 5 children...Elizabeth, Frances, Mary Ann, John Barlow and Samuel Philiman all the children were born between 1799 and 1808 in South Carolina. Could my Hugh be the Hugh that is a son to John? I have a very strong feeling that my Hugh's mother's last name was (Martin) but do not have any information other than that. I eagerly await your reply!!!! Posted by: Christine D Klauer Date: September 24, 2007 Genforum message Board - Source http://genforum.genealogy.com/sc/messages/21464.html

1813 NC
WILLIAM FRANKLIN STOCKTON(6) (Born August 30, 1813 in Kernersville, North Carolina - Died November 2, 1876 in Kernersville, North Carolina at 63 years old) was a son of Doughty Stockton(5). He married Nancy Wilson. Nancy (Wilson) Stockton’s father was Thomas J. Wilson. Thomas J. Wilson built a two story hewn timber house 10 miles East of Winston Salem, North Carolina in the early 19th century. It features one original chimney with a lozenge design. Thomas Wilson, a non-Moravian, was selected to run the Salem Tavern in 1843, but he died before he began his duties. The Salem Tavern was located in Old Salem which is now a part of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He had rented his “house and plantation” to another family when he moved to Salem, so the Moravians allowed Mrs. Wilson and her son, Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., to remain as keepers of the Salem Tavern until 1844. In 1848 Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., sold the family farm to William Franklin Stockton. Thomas J. Wilson, Jr. built a house just north of Salem. In 1913, the Townsend family bought the farm from the Stockton heirs. In the 1920s the interior of the Wilson-Stockton House was altered substantially, and in 1963 the front porch was added. The Wilson-Stockton House is listed in the official inventory of historic properties of Forsyth County. “Due to the connection, not sure if Elizabeth Oliver Wilson, wife of Archibald Dicks Stockton(8), is related in some way to Nancy (Wilson) Stockton”. William Franklin Stockton and Nancy (Wilson) Stockton are both buried at the Friedland Moravian Church grave yard in South Winston-Salem. They had one son and two daughters. The son is John M. or W. Stockton.
1. John M. Stockton(7) Born August 10, 1845 in Kernersville, NC
Died August 22, 1910 in Kernersville, NC
Married Phoebe Adkins
1. Cornillus Lee Stockton(8) Born June 2, 1868 in Kernersville, NC
Died July 25, 1936 in Kernersville, NC
Married Ada Grubbs
1. Ralph Franklin Stockton(9) Born January 16, 1917 in Kernersville, NC
Died December 20, 1997 in Kernersville, NC.
Married Betty Sue Mabe

Bazel Wilson, b.1813 Rockingham County, NC
(son of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth (Mackey),
In 1820 moved to Franklin Co, IN,
In 1837 moved to Mercer Co, MO
In 1847 moved to Decatur Co, IA,
d. 27 Oct 1899 Decatur Co, Iowa; buried Shields Cemetery Woodland Twp. Decatur Co, Iowa. m. 23 Feb 1837 (Franklin Co, Indiana ?) to Cynthia (Adair), b. 3 March 1811 Franklin Co, IN, (dau of Robert F.............. Adair bc.1777? & Margaret Speer / Spear / Spier). Cynthia Wilson (nee Adair) d. 27 Nov 1899, buried Shields Cemetery.
Children :
Martha A Wilson 1842 (Mercer Co. Missouri ?)
George W Wilson, b. 19 July 1842 (Mercer Co. Missouri ?)
Joseph M Wilson, b. 9 Aug 1844 (Mercer Co. Missouri ?Missouri ?)
Margaret Wilson, b. 19 July 1848 (Decatur Co. Iowa ?)
John Wilson 1849
Elizabeth Wilson 1849
William Wilson.

Also I'm seeking info on Bazel Wilson's f-in-law, Robert F. Adair.

1816
Looking for info. on Delilah Shipp she M. James Wilson in 1816. she was b. 1800 in Ten.d in AR.1871.
please contact me. don-wilson@sbcglobal.net
Thanks Don L. Wilson Ho. Tx.
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Re: Wm,Thomas and John Robert Wilson - Madison Co, Alabama 1817

1818
Thomas M. Wilson 32 m Day Laborer(possible brother of Joshua Wilson) b. 1818
Mary '' 22 f
Richard D. '' 4 m
Rhoda M. '' 1 f
Source: CARROLL CO. VA, 1850 CENSUS

1819 -
Thomas Wilson and Mary (Mattox) had the following children:
Mary Ann Wilson born November 23, 1819,
James Madison Wilson born August 4, 1821,
Benjamen P. Wilson born Feb. 4, 1825,
Nancy Wilson born May 16, 1827, Amanda E. Wilson born Jan. 23, 1830,
Elijah Wilson born 1832,
John Wesley Wilson born April 23, 1837 and
Thomas H. Wilson born April 23, 1837.
NOTE: Did Mary Ann Wilson ever use the nick name Polly?
Note: Not my Thomas wrong time frame. Thomas Wilson and Mary (Mattox) had the following children: Mary Ann Wilson born November 23, 1819, James Madison Wilson born August 4, 1821, Benjamen P. Wilson born Feb. 4, 1825, Nancy Wilson born May 16, 1827, Amanda E. Wilson born Jan. 23, 1830, Elijah Wilson born 1832, John Wesley Wilson born April 23, 1837 and Thomas H. Wilson born April 23, 1837.

Ireland to SC 1820
Larne, Ireland is a seaport in Northern Ireland. Charles Wilson died in 1820. His will, military records, and deeds are on file in the SC Archives in Columbia, SC. Charles was Scotch-Irish. Hugh would have had to be a son or grandson. Charles and Elizabeth had many children. In Charles' will probated in 1820, one of his children was Thomas Hugh Wilson of Newberry County SC. This may be your Hugh or his father. Before 1908, SC did not have marriage licences. Records of marriages, baptisms, and deaths were recorded in Church Session Records. The group that Charles Wilson came over with was the Congregation of a Reformed Presbyterian Church lead by their paster, Robert McClintock, an ordained Reformed Presbyterian Minister. In Ireland, their meeting place was near Belfast. Rev. McClintock established and is buried in the cemetery of what is now Ora Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church in Ora, SC in Laurens County. After the Revolutionary War the Associate and Reformed Presbyterians united to form the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Not all Associate and not all Reformed Presbyterian Churches agreed to the merger. Before the War between the States,the remaining Associate and ARP churches in the North united to form the United Presbyterian Church in the USA. Only the Southern Synod kept the name ARP. In 1865, many Southern Presbyterins formed the Southern Presbyterian Church. In 1987, the Southern Presbyterian Church merged with the Northern Church leaving the ARP as a separate denomination. In 1816 when Hugh married, it was probably in an ARP Church. That church today may be ARP, PCUSA, or PCA today. I would suggest starting with Kings's Creek ARP and Little RIVER PCUSA in Newberry County. Note: Not Known if my Thomas Wilson had a Middle name.

SC 1820
Absolem Wilson, is listed on the Sumter, SC 1820 census living beside Thomas Wilson, whom I believe to be his father. Thomas Wilson (b. 22 Dec. 1764--d. 18 Jan. 1834) Note: May be father and son.

NC 1820
In the name of God Amen I Ann (?) Wilson farmer of the County of Orange State of North Carolina being low in health but in sound mind & memory thanks be given unto God calling into mind the mortality of my body knowing that is apointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will & testatment that is to say principally first of all I give or recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in christian burial at the descretion of my executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall regain the same again by the mighty power of God & as touching such worldly estate wherewith he had blessed me in this life I give demise & dispose of the same on the following manner & form. First I give & bequeath to my son John Wilson twenty dollars - I also I give & bequeath to my granddaughter Polly that lives with me her choice of pewter plates six in number two pewter dishes & one large basin & also I give & bequeath to my granddaughter Bekey that lives with me one bed of furniture & two pewter dishes & five pewter plates & one heifer called brenda - Also to my grandson Robert Wilkinsons one cow - Also I give to my son Thomas Wilson one dollar - Also I give to my son Caleb one dollars also I give to my son-in-law John Wilkinson five shillings - Also I give to my son James Wilson ten dollars - Also I give to my daughter Elizabeth Wilson my stand of drawers & two beds of furniture & one cow & all the pewter not before named & after my debts is paid & my property below named is divided I allow the balance of all my property to my daughter Elizabeth Wilson. Also I constitute make & ordain Thomas Wilson & Elizabeth Wilson the sole executors of this my last will & testament & I do hererby utterly disallow revoke & disannull all every other former testaments will legacies bequests & executors by me in any wise before named wills & bequeaths ratifying & confirming this no other to be my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand seal this twenty seventh day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred twenty signed sealed published pronounced & declared by the said Ann Wilson as her last will & testament in the presence of us in hers & in the presence of each other have hererunto subscribed our names witness Joseph Latta Ann [X] Wilson Caleb Wilson In the file folder of the Lord Granville Land grant to Robert Wilson is filed a survey drawing and certificate in the name of Ann Latty, whom we are assuming became his wife. The witness to this includes James Latty and the date is too early to be some of the James Latta's who came to North Carolina later in Orange County. Branch 6 from the source below documents the presence of a James Latta who came to NC early about 1725 and was possibly one of the original brothers who arrived in the Philadelphia area and the first to go to NC. But whether the James Latta who was witness was her father or a brother is undetermined. Possibly she acquired the right to a survey by previous payment by her father who then died or by sponorship of a brother who intended the land for a dowery. Some people are put off by why a survey would be drawn in a woman's name, and although it is unusual it did occur on occasion. NOTE: The time frame is right to be my Polly????? Who were the parents of this Polly? But not my Polly, my Polly was born a Boseman. Who was this Thomas Wilson married to?

1822
Betty Elizabeth Wilson b.1822 m. Mchorse 1838. James and delilah bought two section of land paint rock valley april 29 1830.James William Wilson jr. my gggparent b.1832 al. m.elizabeth (brownfield) nov.13 1853 al. m. lacrecia (newton) nov 26 1853 ak. m. harriet (humphries) march 11 1861 ak.don l. wilson don-wilson@sbcglobal.net

NOTE:
It is not determined if this the patriarch of this family came to Missouri from VA or KY. The area that he purchased land is partially in Howard County, MO where David taught school and Randolph County, MO. I have information regarding the male offspring.
I am researching a Wilson family first found in Howard Co, MO. c. 1850. The family I am researching is that of David Wilson, a school teacher, who first appears on the 1850 Census for Bonne Femme Township in the home of Madison Burrows as a boarder.
Based on his age on the census info. he is believed to have been born c. 1814.
David Wilson is mentioned with his wife Sarah C. in a deed in 1856, ( volume 4, page 348) (I have not seen this, it was "looked-up" for me.) In the same deed Sarah's previous name is given as Sarah Shipp. Pliny (could be Pleny or Phiny, his wife is Spicy) is mentioned in the same deed. Also, in the same deed Sarah's previous name is given as Sarah C. Amick.
He next appears on the 1860 census, in addition to being a schoolteacher he is a farmer. He is married to Sarah C. Shipp (previously known as Sarah C. Amick).
In some of the census David's place of birth is noted as VA and in others KY.

On the 1860 census 1860 Howard County, Missouri (Federal Census) Bonne Femme Township David and Sarah are listed with the following children: Ellen E. Amick, age 16, born in MO
Sarah Amick, age 11, born in MO
Priscilla Wilson, age 5, born in MO
Susan Wilson, age 1, born in MO
Jack Patterson 21 M Laborer MO

This same family with a few additions is found on the 1870 Howard County, Missouri (Federal Census) Bonne Femme Township 16 June 1870
Wilson David
Wilson Sarah C.
Wilson Priscilla
Wilson Susan Ann
Wilson Elizabeth, age 9
Wilson John, age 7
Wilson Jas. W., age 5

This family last appears on the 1880 Howard County, Missouri (Federal Census) Bonne Femme Township 5th day June 1880
Wilson David W M 66 Farmer KY TN KY
Wilson Sarah C. W F 54 wife keeping house MO KY KY
Wilson SusanAnn W F 21 Daughter at home MO KY MO
Wilson John D. W M 17 Son Farm hand MO KY MO
Wilson James W. W M 14 Son Farm hand MO KY MO
Keller, George W M 22? boarder laborer MO KY KY
Keller, Alon? W M 17 boarder laborer MO KY KY

It is believed that David died sometime around 1886 and 1887, as in Jan 1887 a replacement for his position with the schools had to be filled due to his death.
If you know of this family or can think of any possible relationship with this family please contact me. Karen

SC 1921
My Ancestor died April 21, 1921 in SC Elizabeth F. Wilson father was Thomas Wilson , Mother was ( Maybe ?Mary) Polly (Bozeman). NOTE: It's listed as Polly On Elizabeth's death record. She married Thomas James Skipper
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2006 Email to Ann
Thomas Wilson wife Mary (?) are part of my family line. They had six children one Elizabeth Wilson ..... Thomas Wilson's father James William Wilson sr. is my ggggfather. Don L. Wilson Houston. Tx. plus I have most of the wilson line from 1700s. Also we have a family renuion in Brownwood, Texas each year for decendents of James and Delilah Wilson From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Tuesday, December 12, 2006 6:22 PM To : <levitaann@yahoo.com> Subject : Thomas Wilson - NOTE: Maybe my line. Could this finally be my Polly (Boseman) Wilson and Thomas Wilson ? Genforum message board I Have Thomas Wilson m. Mary (?) He is the son of James Wilson and Delilah Shipp. Also their family NOTE: This is the only message I have recieved referring to a Wilson and Boseman Line connection. ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com

1822 Va
Joshua Wilson 28 m Farmer, b. 1822
Elizabeth '' 25 f b. 1825
Mary A. '' 5 f b. 1845
Sarah A. '' 5 f b. 1845
Elizabeth '' 1 f b. 1849
Source: CARROLL CO. VA, 1850 CENSUS

1826 ?Va. -
Trying to find information about this family that moved from Lunenburg/Mecklenburg Virginia -
Will, 1826 William Wilson, to wife Rebeccca (?) , sons William P. Wilson & Thomas Wilson, daughters Mary (Wilson) Jones, Hannah (WILSON) Hutchinson, and Rebecca (WILSON) Leftwich

SC., Ga. AR. 1826
Sara Wilson, born abt. 1826-7, married James Sitton abt. 1847, died in Searcy County, AR in 1917 at age 90, buried St. Joe, Searcy County, AR, religion was Baptist, daughter of Thomas Wilson who moved from SC to GA in pioneer days Children: Note: I have no idea if my Thomas Wilson left the State of SC????

Alabama and Tenn. and KY. 1826
Thomas Wilson b. AL.1826 m. Mary (Boseman) b. inTenn. 1826. Elizabeth b 7 July 1851. They lived in Ky. Thomas ggfather lived in N.C. Note: This is the only message I have recieved on a Wilson and Boseman. From Don.

1827 SC to Alabama
I am wondering if you happen to know any information about my lineage from Samuel Sheals Wilson, he was born in Abbeville SC 1827 and died in Randolph County Alabama in 1878. I dead end with him and thought you might have a connection with all of your information from the Carolinas? Thanks for any help. Posted by: Dobson Harris (ID *****7238)

1829 SC
Thomas Wilson was on the SC 1835 Federal Pension List, dtd 24 Feb 1829. He served from the Sumter Dist, SC Militia. He received $43.33 per year. Tot amt recieved at Time was $124.42 - Mar 12, 1834 - age 70 years old. He died June 16, 1834. He must have received the money after he died, or else these dates are wrong. NOTE: If he was age 70 that puts him being born about 1765?.......NOTE: GOOD CHANCE THAT THIS IS MY THOMAS WILSON....

1830
James William Wilson and Delilah Shipp are my ggg-grandparents also. Their son, Jonathan Anderson Wilson, b:5/23/1830, is my gg-grandfather. He married Elizabeth Ann (Duncan), b:12/1832, on 8/5/1908. I have little info on Delilah. Do you know her parents name and if she was full or half indian, and I'm assuming Cherokee, if so. Thank you.

SC and Alabama 1830
Re: Washington Wilson in Walker County, AL Do you know where this Washington Wilson lived in Walker County? My gggrandfather, Thomas Wilson was born in 1830 in SC, and apparently, the family moved to the Gap Post Office area of Walker County (near present-day Arkadelphia?). There has been speculation that he lived near a Washington Wilson, as well as an older Thomas Wilson. He married Esther Hettie (Graves), daughter of Hiram Graves, in DeKalb County in 1851 with B. F. Wilson as witness. Speculation is that B. F. Wilson was his brother. Note: Unfortunately, nothing is known of the rest of this family as far as I know. What were the names of this Thomas Wilson's Siblings and who was he married to and did they have any children????

1832
Thomas Jordan Wilson brn 17 Jun 1832 in N.C., married to Polly Ephriam (Moore).

NOTE: VA. to SC
Most Virginia Wilson's decended from Gilbert Wilson. Besides Margaret (?) who was martyed for her Covenanter Faith, she had brothers John, Thomas, and Gilbert in addition to a sister Agnes. Gilbert Wilson was the grandfather of the Reverend William Wilson. By being in Craven County, S.C., they may have had their land surveyed by the the surveyor William Wilson. In the casdastral records (deeds and plats) you can determine which surveyor signed the plat. Re: Wilsons in old Tryon (then York, now Cherokee) SC. NOTE: Who was this Thomas Wilson married to?

SC 1834
Thomas Wilson was on the SC 1835 Federal Pension List, dtd 24 Feb 1829. He served from the Sumter Dist, SC Militia. He received $43.33 per year. Tot amt recieved at Time was $124.42 - Mar 12, 1834 - age 70 years old. He died June 16, 1834. He must have received the money after he died, or else these dates are wrong. NOTE: If he was age 70 that puts him being born about 1765?.......NOTE: GOOD CHANCE THAT THIS IS MY THOMAS WILSON....ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com time frame right and area right. SC 1835 Thomas Wilson was on the SC 1835 Federal Pension List, dtd 24 Feb 1829. He served from the Sumter Dist, SC Militia. He received $43.33 per year. Tot amt reeived at Time was $124.42 - Mar 12, 1834 - age 70 years old. He died June 16, 1834. He must have received the money after he died, or else these dates are wrong. NOTE: If he was age 70 that puts him being born about 1765?.......NOTE: GOOD CHANCE THAT THIS IS MY THOMAS WILSON.... time frame right and area right.
SC 1834 died Thomas Wilson (b. 22 Dec. 1764--d. 18 Jan. 1834) Note: Cannot be my Thomas because my Thomas Wilson had a daughter Elizabeth in 1841 and he was married to Polly (Boseman).

NC maybe and SC 1841
My Ancestor Elizabeth F. Wilson born in ? July 7, 1841 died April 21, 1921 in SC ...Elizabeth F. Wilson father was Thomas Wilson her Mother (" maybe ? Mary") Polly (Bozeman). ****South Carolina 1841 Elizabeth F. Wilson Born to (" maybe ? Mary") Polly (Boseman) and Thomas Wilson ... (" maybe ? Mary") Polly (Boseman) Wilson died in South Carolina in 1841.. Elizabeth F. Wilson was married to Thomas J. Skipper.. This Is My Line. I now live in Texas. levitaann@yahoo.com - NOTE: At this point I'm not for sure which is my (" maybe ? Mary") Polly Boseman????? Maybe her name was Mary and Polly was a nick name???? Dec 2006 levitaann@yahoo.com.com ....Still looking for my Mary Polly Boseman that married a Thomas Wilson and they had a daughter Elizabeth F. Wilson. Any and all help highly appreciated. Thank You, Ann ........
Email to Ann 2006 From Don Wilson My family matches what you posted except ?Thomas Wilson b. AL.1826 m. Mary Boseman b. in Tenn. 1826. Elizabeth b 7 July 1851. They lived in KT. Thomas ggfather lived in N.C. But thats genealogy. Don From : Don Wilson don-wilson@sbcglobal.net Sent : Wednesday, December 13, 2006 8:43 AM To : <levitaann@yahoo.com>Here is a tidbit from book The Wilson Family 1790. Don / Ann let me tell you something of me. I was born in Salado Texas an a desendent James William Wilson and Delilah (Shipp) their son James William Jr.died in Civil War his son John Thomas Wilson from AR. d. in Salado Texas 1934 his son James William Wilson Sr. ( my grandfather ) his son James William Wilson Jr.( my father ) also buried in Salado Texas Bell Co.I have lots of records on Wilson. Is Mary your line in family. Thomas , people show him b in AL. but James William Wilson and Delilah (Shipp) moved to Paint Rock Valley in 1830 they had land their moving from KT.1840 he married Mary in AL. A.O. Smith says he was born in AL. Accord totorecords from Glasgow KT. James and family lived there untail January 5 1841. This is on file at Circuit Court Clerk Office in Glasgow KT. Don Note: This is the only message I have recieved on a Wilson and Boseman. levitaann@yahoo.comcom

Thomas Wilson's born in NC who may have been married to ? (Mary) or a (Polly) Boseman born in ?SC . NOTE: I'm not for sure if I'm looking for a Mary or a Polly, which could be her nick name.
They had a Daughter Elizabeth F. Wilson.
Elizabeth F. Wilson born 7 July 1841 died 21 April 1921 in SC married Thomas James Skipper.
I have Elizabeth's death record and it says her father Thomas was born in NC and her mother Polly was born in SC.
That I know of all my ancestors were living around the Darlington, Hartsville, Lee, Florence, McBee - Chesterfield County areas in SC. NOTE: Darlington Historical Society List name as Mary Polly (Boseman).
my line levitaann@yahoo.com


NC 1843
Here is some information on Thomas J. Wilson of Kernersville, NC. WILLIAM FRANKLIN STOCKTON(6) (Born August 30, 1813 in Kernersville, North Carolina - Died November 2, 1876 in Kernersville, North Carolina at 63 years old) was a son of Doughty Stockton(5). He married Nancy Wilson. Nancy (Wilson) Stockton’s father was Thomas J. Wilson. Thomas J. Wilson built a two story hewn timber house 10 miles East of Winston Salem, North Carolina in the early 19th century. It features one original chimney with a lozenge design. Thomas Wilson, a non-Moravian, was selected to run the Salem Tavern in 1843, but he died before he began his duties. The Salem Tavern was located in Old Salem which is now a part of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He had rented his “house and plantation” to another family when he moved to Salem, so the Moravians allowed Mrs. Wilson and her son, Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., to remain as keepers of the Salem Tavern until 1844. In 1848 Thomas J. Wilson, Jr., sold the family farm to William Franklin Stockton. Thomas J. Wilson, Jr. built a house just north of Salem. In 1913, the Townsend family bought the farm from the Stockton heirs. In the 1920s the interior of the Wilson-Stockton House was altered substantially, and in 1963 the front porch was added. The Wilson-Stockton House is listed in the official inventory of historic properties of Forsyth County. “Due to the connection, not sure if Elizabeth (Oliver) Wilson, wife of Archibald Dicks Stockton(8), is related in some way to Nancy (Wilson) Stockton”. William Franklin Stockton and Nancy (Wilson) Stockton are both buried at the Friedland Moravian Church grave yard in South Winston-Salem. They had one son and two daughters. The son is John M. or W. Stockton. 1. John M. Stockton(7) Born August 10, 1845 in Kernersville, NC Died August 22, 1910 in Kernersville, NC Married Phoebe Adkins 1. Cornillus Lee Stockton(8) Born June 2, 1868 in Kernersville, NC Died July 25, 1936 in Kernersville, NC Married Ada Grubbs 1. Ralph Franklin Stockton(9) Born January 16, 1917 in Kernersville, NC Died December 20, 1997 in Kernersville, NC. Married Betty Sue Mabe Note: wrong time frame to be my Thomas Wilson

1850 SC
census index Wilson Thomas; york; 196 / Thomas; york; 176 / Thomas; rich; 65 / Thomas; rich; 64 / Thomas; spar; 128 / Thomas; darl; 287 / Thomas; edge; 127 / Thomas; kers; 74 / Thomas; coll; 211 / Thomas; char; 217 / Thomas; abbe; 139 / Thomas; newb; 198 / Thomas; lexi; 345/346 / Thomas C; sumt; 395 / Thomas R; sumt; 312


SC., TENN., MS. 1850
Wilsons of Newberry Co., SC, Marshall Co., TN, and Winston Co., MS After years and years of searching, I have finally identified my gggrandfather THOMAS PRATT WILSON's parents as FRANCIS Wilson and MARGARET (?) WILSON of 1850 Newberry Co., SC. They are listed as "Poorhouse Keepers" in the 1850 Census. Their children were listed as Jane E. Wilson , Margaret A. Wilson , Thomas Wilson , Mary P. Wilson , and Sarah F. Wilson... Dena , Linda , and Eleanor have helped me trace them to Winston Co. MS, by 1860. Thomas Wilson had already taught school in Marshall County, Tennessee, and had married Rebecca Leah (Dysart ) and had Baby Margaret Alice Wilson by then. I have at least three questions if anyone can please help me: 1. Does anyone know anything about the parents, grandparents, national origin, etc. of this Francis Wilson, the Poorhouse Keeper? 2. I know Francis' wife's name was Margaret, but can anyone positively identify her with the Fleming family? Someone told me that her sister married Thomas Montgomery of Marshall County (Palmetto Community), Tennessee, formerly of Newberry County, SC. 3. Can anyone identify this family of Wilsons and possibly Montgomerys and Flemings to a Dianna(h) Wilson. She married (1) John Montgomery, a schoolteacher, and (2) a Mr. Titus or possibly North. Mr. North could possibly have come from New York State. It is a family tradition that she could have possibly been an Indian princess. I will forever be indebted to anyone who can help me. Contact me at WRMSCVSUV@aol.com . Many thanks in advance. Sincerely, William R. (Bill) Massey of Lewisburg/Marshall Co., TN NOTE: Need info on this Thomas Wilson..Don't think this is my Thomas Wilson though.


1850 MISC.-
Seeking information on the following: BATH CO 1850 CENSUS THIS was all in the same household.
Elizabeth Wilson 55
Joseph 20
Albert 18
James 13
David Wilson 29
Mary 22
Louisa 3
Mary E. 1
I could not find the David and Mary on an 1860 census, but found the following;
A. H. Wilson 33
Catherine 27
Mary 10
Tilitha 8
Ann 5
William 4
Willard 2
Jeremiah 6 months
Louisa 15
Jacob 13
I am trying to trace the Louisa Wilson specifically. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Zahn Dawson Burdick

1860
United States Federal Census Household of David Wilson Name Home in 1860 (City,County,State) Age in 1860 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Gender View Image Save This
David Wilson , Burke, NC 70 1789 North Carolina Male
Nancy Wilson Burke, NC 70 1789 North Carolina Female
Betsy Wilson , Burke, NC 26 1833 North Carolina Female
Eliza Helms , Burke, NC 11 1848 North Carolina Female

1860 Tenn and Alabama and Ark -
1860 This is part of what i have. In 1860 (Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Note; would be born about 1826) - (Mary 34 b. Tenn. Note: Would be born about 1826) - Martha A. 12 b.AL. - (Elizabeth 9 b. AL. Note: would have her being born about 1851).....June 7 b.AL. - Mathew 6 b. ARK. - Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. - Maybe wrong family ? Don From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Wednesday, December 13, 2006 10:54 AM To : <ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com> Subject : wilson - Another email - This is part of what i have. In 1860 Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Mary 34 b. Ten. Martha A. 12 b.AL. Elizabeth 9 b. AL. June 7 b.AL. Mathew 6 b. ARK. Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. Maybe wrong family ? Don.... I have a Mary Boseman in 1860 she was 34 from Tenn. m.Thomas Wilson 34 Children: 1. Martha 12. 2. Elizabeth 9. 3. June 7, 4. Mathew 6, 5. Isaac 6/12 . This is James William Wilson and Delilah Shipp son. In 1860 they were Sevter Co. AR. Don From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Friday, January 5, 2007 6:57 PM To : <ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com> Subject : wilson NOTE: This is the only message I have recieved referring to a Wilson and Boseman Line connection.

1860 Tenn and Alabama and Ark
1860 This is part of what i have. In 1860 (Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Note; would be born about 1826) - (Mary 34 b. Tenn. Note: Would be born about 1826) - Martha A. 12 b.AL. - (Elizabeth 9 b. AL. Note: would have her being born about 1851).....June 7 b.AL. - Mathew 6 b. ARK. - Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. - Maybe wrong family ? Don From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Wednesday, December 13, 2006 10:54 AM To : <ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com> Subject : wilson - Another email - This is part of what i have. In 1860 Thomas Wilson 34 b, AL Mary 34 b. Ten. Martha A. 12 b.AL. Elizabeth 9 b. AL. June 7 b.AL. Mathew 6 b. ARK. Isaac 6/12 b. ARK. Maybe wrong family ? Don.... I have a Mary Boseman in 1860 she was 34 from Tenn. m.Thomas Wilson 34 Children: 1. Martha 12. 2. Elizabeth 9. 3. June 7, 4. Mathew 6, 5. Isaac 6/12 . This is James William Wilson and Delilah Shipp son. In 1860 they were Sevter Co. AR. Don From : Don Wilson <don-wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Friday, January 5, 2007 6:57 PM To : Subject : wilson NOTE: This is the only message I have recieved referring to a Wilson and Boseman Line connection.

1870 Census
Decaturville, Decature Co., TN
John Wilson 35 born in TN
Elijah (?) 12 born in TN
Isaac 10 born in TN
Nancy 30 born in TN

1880 Census
Decatur, TN 3rd District
Isaac Wilson 20 TN (my GtGtGrandfather)
Nancy 21 TN
John G. 1 TN
Elizabeth 66 NC

1900 Census
Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
Isaac S. Wilson 39 TN
Manie (she went by Nannie) 42 TN
John J. 21 TN
Sarah J. 19 TN
Tinnie M. 18 TN (my GtGrandmother)
Asaac A. 15 TN

1910 Census
Perkins Twp., Payne Co., Oklahoma
Isaac S. Wilson 49 TN
Nancy A (Nannie) 52 TN states that she had 5 children and 4 living. she had also stated this in the 1900 census.

SC 1921
LEMMON et al. v. WILSON et al., 204 S.C. 50 (1944) (28 S.E.2d 792) Page 52 Thomas Wilson died on July 1, 1921, leaving of force his last will and testament which was duly admitted to probate in the Probate Court for Sumter County, and a copy of the same is in evidence in this case. At the time of the death of Thomas Wilson he left surviving him his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth (?) Wilson, and his children, E.R. Wilson, John Wilson, W.B. Wilson, C. M Wilson, Martha W. Graham, Elizabeth W. Lemmon, Thomas Wilson, and Mary Wilson. Page 53 C.M. Wilson died on May 2, 1922, leaving a widow and one son, the defendant, Thomas Wilson III. E.R. Wilson died on September 24, 1924, testate, but leaving no issue. The will of E.R. Wilson was proved in solemn form in the probate Court for Sumter County. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, the widow of Thomas Wilson, died testate on July 1, 1925, in and by her will leaving all of her estate to her daughter, Mary Wilson. W.B. Wilson died testate on October 6, 1927, leaving a widow surviving him, to whom he devised all of his estate, but no children surviving. John Wilson died testate on December 30, 1936, leaving a son, John Vernon Wilson, and an adopted son, Charles H. Wilson. These two have agreed between themselves by stipulation with reference to the matters referred to in this decree. Mary Wilson, who subsequently married the defendant, Garnett Peatross, died testate on October 14, 1941. Mary Wilson Peatross left no children or grandchildren surviving her, there never having been any children born to her. By her last will and testament all of her property was bequeathed and devised to the defendant, Garnett Peatross." Note: Elizabeth W. Lemmon 1882-1966 m. G.A. Lemmon 1863-1929 [Gamewell Alexander Lemmon] NOTE: according to this there was a Thomas Wilson III.........
SC The following genealogical information is extracted from an opinion of the South Carolina Supreme Court in 1944. I would be happy to exchange information with anyone doing research on this family:- LEMMON et al. v. WILSON et al., 204 S.C. 50 (1944) (28 S.E.2d 792) Page 52 - "Thomas Wilson died on July 1, 1921, leaving of force his last will and testament which was duly admitted to probate in the Probate Court for Sumter County, and a copy of the same is in evidence in this case. - "At the time of the death of Thomas Wilson he left surviving him his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth (?) Wilson, and his children, E.R. Wilson, John Wilson, W.B. Wilson, C. M Wilson, Martha W. Graham, Elizabeth W. Lemmon, Thomas Wilson, and Mary Wilson. - Page 53 "C.M. Wilson died on May 2, 1922, leaving a widow and one son, the defendant, Thomas Wilson III. E.R. Wilson died on September 24, 1924, testate, but leaving no issue. The will of E.R. Wilson was proved in solemn form in the probate Court for Sumter County. Mrs. Elizabeth (?) Wilson, the widow of Thomas Wilson, died testate on July 1, 1925, in and by her will leaving all of her estate to her daughter, Mary Wilson. W.B. Wilson died testate on October 6, 1927, leaving a widow surviving him, to whom he devised all of his estate, but no children surviving. John Wilson died testate on December 30, 1936, leaving a son, John Vernon Wilson, and an adopted son, Charles H. Wilson. These two have agreed between themselves by stipulation with reference to the matters referred to in this decree. Mary Wilson, who subsequently married the defendant, Garnett Peatross, died testate on October 14, 1941. Mary Wilson Peatross left no children or grandchildren surviving her, there never having been any children born to her. By her last will and testament all of her property was bequeathed and devised to the defendant, Garnett Peatross." Note: Elizabeth W. Lemmon 1882-1966 m. G.A. Lemmon 1863-1929 [Gamewell Alexander Lemmon] Charles L. Dibble P.O. Drawer 1240 Columbia, SC 29202-1240

*****SC 1921 -
My Ancestor died April 21, 1921 in SC Elizabeth F. Wilson father was Thomas Wilson , Mother was ( Maybe ?Mary) Polly (Bozeman). NOTE: It's listed as Polly On Elizabeth's death record but maybe Polly was a nickname and her name was Mary???????. She married Thomas James Skipper ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com MY LINE.Her age was listed as 82 and cause was senility. Her brother in law was the informant W.G. Skipper. the County was Darlington and the township was Clyce. Elizabeth (Wilson) Skipper is buried at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery in SC. I am seding a letter to the Darlington Historical Society tomorrow maybe they will have a new lead on my Wilson and Boseman Surnames.
SC 1921 My Ancestor died April 21, 1921 in SC Elizabeth F. Wilson father was Thomas Wilson , Mother was ( Maybe ?Mary) Polly (Bozeman). NOTE: It's listed as Polly On Elizabeth's death record but maybe Polly was a nickname and her name was Mary???????. She married Thomas James Skipper ladysilverdollar1@hotmail.com MY LINE.Her age was listed as 82 and cause was senility. Her brother in law was the informant W.G. Skipper. the County was Darlington and the township was Clyce. Elizabeth (Wilson) Skipper is buried at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery in SC. I am seding a letter to the Darlington Historical Society tomorrow maybe they will have a new lead on my Wilson and Boseman Surnames. ope this helps others. Sorry So Long.

2006 Email to Ann -
Thomas Wilson wife Mary (?) are part of my family line. They had six children one Elizabeth Wilson ..... Thomas Wilson's father James William Wilson Sr. is my ggggfather. Don L. Wilson Houston. Tx. plus I have most of the Wilson line from 1700s. Also we have a family renuion in Brownwood, Texas each year for decendents of James and Delilah Wilson From : Don Wilson <don-Wilson@sbcglobal.net> Sent : Tuesday, December 12, 2006 6:22 PM To : <levitaann@yahoo.com> Subject : Thomas Wilson - NOTE: Maybe my line. Could this finally be my Polly (Boseman) Wilson and Thomas Wilson ? Genforum message board I Have Thomas Wilson m. Mary (?) He is the son of James Wilson and Delilah (Shipp). Also their family NOTE: This is the only message I have recieved referring to a Wilson and Boseman Line connection.

NC and Tenn - email to ann Aug 2007 -
Hello, I read your very interesting Wilson family information. I am hoping that your expertise on the Wilson Ancestory may be able to lead me to locate information about my gggg grandparents. My ggg grandfather is Lewis Wilson. His wife, Elizabeth (Housely). He was born in 1823 in Tennessee and died in 1869. He has two brothers, Jesse Wilson and Nelson Wilson . Their mother was "Nancy Wilson" born 1790 in NC. This is all the information I have and have been unable to go further. I believe Nancy's husband died between 1830-1840 because afterwards she is listed as a widow on census. Could you please advise me on what else I can do to locate my gggg grandparents? Thanks again. from Mourningdove1@cs.com

since a wilson married a schipp i figured i better post this group of schipp's also.
ann levitaann@yahoo.com
Dawes Final Rolls
Tribe Last First Middle Age Sex Blood Card Roll Misc Type
Choctaw Shipp C W 0 M MCR3766 P
Choctaw Shipp Jane 0 F MCR4433 NR P
Choctaw Shipp Jane Dumas 0 F MCR3766 P
Choctaw Shipp Jane F 0 F MCR4115 P
Choctaw Shipp Jane F 0 F MCR4285 P
Choctaw Shipp Jane F 0 F MCR6268 P
Choctaw Shipp O W 0 M MCR4115 P
Choctaw Shipp Oliver 0 M MCR6268 P
Choctaw Shipp Oliver W 0 M MCR4285 P
Choctaw Shipp Oliver W 0 M MCR4433 NR P
Choctaw Shipp R B 0 M MCR4286 P
Choctaw Shipp Robert B 0 M MCR6342 P
Choctaw Shipp Robert B 61 M NR MCR4285 MCR
Choctaw Shipp Ruby B 11 F NR MCR4285 MCR
Choctaw Shipp Sallie 0 F MCR4285 P
Choctaw Shipp Sallie 0 F MCR4286 P
Choctaw Shipp Sallie 0 F MCR6342 P


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