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Erma Goss WILSON3,413 was born in 1887.3,413 She died in 1928.3,413 She is reference number 94596.

Spouse: Elmer GUTHRIE. Elmer GUTHRIE and Erma Goss WILSON were married on 10 Aug 1910 in Coshocton, County, Ohio.3,413,638 Reference Number:1474574


Estell Ivy WILSON7,188 was born on 17 Jul 1888. She died on 10 Oct 1928 in White Co, IL. She was buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Indian Creek Township, Sec 13. Parents: Benjamin WILSON and Delia LUDGE.

Spouse: Joseph Albert TRAIL. Joseph Albert TRAIL and Estell Ivy WILSON were married on 8 Sep 1903 in White Co, IL.


Esther WILSON2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32756. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Ohio Valley Genealogies," by Charles A. Hanna (Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Baltimore, 1968.)
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.xxix,341.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Thomas Wilson of Newlin Twp., Chester Co., PA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Ohio Valley Genealogies," by Charles A. Hanna (Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Baltimore, 1968.)
(2) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.xxix,341.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Thomas Wilson of Newlin Twp., Chester Co., PA. Parents: Thomas WILSON.

Spouse: William HANNAH. William HANNAH and Esther WILSON were married in , Chester Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:606216 Children were: Hugh HANNAH.


Etta May WILSON5,94,126,127 was born in 1866 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA.5,94,126,127 She died on 20 Feb 1942 in Oroville, CA.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13431. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]5,94,126,127

Spouse: Frank Elmer TRUESDELL. Frank Elmer TRUESDELL and Etta May WILSON were married about 1884 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA.5,94,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,127 They were divorced. Reference Number:93144 Children were: Harold Elmer TRUESDELL, Wright Holden TRUESDELL, Frank Wilson TRUESDELL.


Eugene WILSON3,399 was born in 1920.3,399,400 He died in 1993.3,399,400 He is reference number 7076. Parents: John R. WILSON and Flora OLIVER.

Spouse: Living HATHAWAY.

Spouse: Living HEADRICK. Children were: Living WILSON, Living WILSON, Living WILSON, Living WILSON.


Eva WILSON3,717,846,1274 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 39489. Parents: Thomas WILSON and Grace CINNAMON.

Spouse: Albert SMITH. Albert SMITH and Eva WILSON were married. Reference Number:716827


Evelyn WILSON3,88 was born WFT Est 1861-1884.3,88 She died WFT Est 1906-1972.3,88 She is reference number 69587.

Spouse: Robert EVANS. Robert EVANS and Evelyn WILSON were married WFT Est 1878-1921.3,88 Reference Number:1139598 Children were: Jewell EVANS.


Everett Julius WILSON7,234 was born before 1878.

Spouse: Eleanor Agusta LAVERTY. Everett Julius WILSON and Eleanor Agusta LAVERTY were married. Children were: Nellie Agusta WILSON.


Frances WILSON.4,5

Spouse: William CAWKWELL.


Frances Jane WILSON3,1087,1250 was born in 1836.3,1087 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,281 She died in 1920 in Slate Lick, Armstrong Co., PA.3,1087 She was also known as Frances J Wilson.3,475 She was also known as Frances J. Wilson.3,281,474 She is reference number 42779. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,281 [boyd-trees.ged]









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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA.

Spouse: John Boyd BROWN. John Boyd BROWN and Frances Jane WILSON were married on 17 Nov 1857 in Slate Lick, Armstrong Co., PA.3,1087 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,474 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,475 Reference Number:764874
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John Brown was a store keeper in Slate Lick. He attended Slate Lick Academy and taught there for a while. He left land to his son James. He and Frances were married in a double ceremony with his sister Catherine and Johnston J. Rea in Slate Lick. Children were: Jay Lincoln BROWN, James Monroe BROWN, Elizabeth F. BROWN, John BROWN.


Frances M WILSON5,94,424 was born on 17 Jun 1834.5,94,424 She died on 26 Sep 1932.5,94,424 She is reference number 19133. Parents: Almarin WILSON and Caroline PECK.


Frances Rebecca WILSON395 was born in 1830.395 She died in 1854.395 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]395

Spouse: Jarret BRICKEY. Jarret BRICKEY and Frances Rebecca WILSON were married on 12 Jun 1853 in Crawford Marriage Book A Page 246.395


Frank L. WILSON3,95 was born in 1853 in Westerville, Franklin, Ohio.3 He died Unknown in Of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.3 He is reference number 54627. He has Ancestral File Number G2PQ-5N. Parents: Samuel D. WILSON and Mary H. BOYD.


George WILSON3,88 was born WFT Est 1852-1896.3,88 He died WFT Est 1868-1974.3,88 He is reference number 69588. Parents: John WILSON and Mary WOOTEN.


George WILSON3,41 was born in .3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 84428. Parents: Newton WILSON.


,Col. George WILSON2,3 died in Feb 1777 in Quibbletown, New Jersey.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was born Between 1728-1729 in , Scotland.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Quibbletown, New Jersey.2,3 He is reference number 33623. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book," Vol. 13, p.23-24.
Lineage of Mrs. Mamie Kincaid Larkin Chapman #12062.
(2) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book," Vol. 63, p.10. FHL
# 973.D2d. Lineage of Mrs. Susan Kincaid Noel #62029.
(3) "The Monongahela of Old," by James Veech (Privately printed, Pittsburgh,
1858-1892) p.130-131.
(4) "Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, Battalions and Line
1775-1783," ed. by John Blair Linn & Wm. H. Engle, Vol. 1 (Harrisburg, State
Printer, 1880) p.641-643,646. FHL #974.8 M21. Cites: (a) Hon. James Veech of
Emsworth, NJ, who had in his possession the original day-book of Ephraim
Douglas, the Quartermaster of the 8th PA. (b) Journal, Vol. 1, 475,558.
(c) "Life of Timothy Pickering," Vol. 1, p.122.
(5) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.1780-785.

!Birth: (1) 1728. (1,2) Scotland. Brother of James Wilson, signer of the
Declaration of Independence. (2) 1729. (3) A Virginian from the town or
vicinity of Staunton, Augusta Co., VA. (4) A Virginian from Augusta Co.
Marriage to Elizabeth McCreary: (1) Elizabeth McCreary. (2) Elizabeth Crawford
McCreary. (NOTE: The George Wilson who d. 1777 is not the father of Sarah
Wilson who m. James Kincaid. Is he the same George Wilson that m. Eliz.
McCreary? His wife in his will was Sabina.)
Death: (1,2) 1777. (3) Early in Apr 1777, Quibbletown, NJ, near Amboy, from
pleurisy brought on by exposure and overmarching. (4) Feb 1777, in service at
Quibbletown, NJ. His death is noted in a letter from Timothy Pickering dtd
Quibbletown, 28 Feb 1777.
Burial: (3) Quibbletown, NJ.

(3) Owned property in Augusta Co., VA and Romney, Hampshire Co., VA (now WV).
(4) 1755-1764: An officer in the French and Indian War from Augusta Co., VA.
(3) Had "evidently" been a military officer of the King in VA Colony, doubtless
in the French War. He wrote to Major Luke Collins, "We had the happiness of
joining in the sentiment in the Colony of Virginia, and as I may say, even
wading through blood in supporting the cause of our country, heart in hand."
He wrote to Arthur St. Clair, "I have in my little time in life taken the oath
of allegiance to his Majesty seven times."
(3) c.1769: Came to southwest PA as early as 1769 and settled at the Mouth
of Georges Creek, becoming the owner of the lands on both sides of it for a
considerable distance up the stream, as well as other adjacent lands,
including Elk Hills. It is said he first came into this region at the head of
a party to reclaim some white prisoners from the Indians, in which he
succeeded, and being pleased with the country about the mouths of Cheat and
Georges Creek, soon afterwards returned and took up his residence. (4)
1768/9 he settled where New Geneva, Fayette Co., Pennsylvania now is, owning the land on
the river, on both sides of George's Creek.
(3) Figured conspicuously as an active and influential Pennsylvanian in the
Boundary Controversy with Viringia.
(3) 1773: When Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania was erected, he was appointed by the Pennsylvania
Assembly one of the trustees for selecting a county seat, and in the same year
appointed a Justice of the Peace.
(4) 1776, 20 Jul: The convention of PA then sitting, having recommended for
field officers Col. Aeneas Mackey, Lt. Col. George Wilson, Major Richard
Butler, they were elected by Congress. (1,2) 1776: Lt. Col., 8th PA Regiment.
Taken at the battle of Trenton. (3) When the 8th PA Regiment of the Line was
formed at Kittanning, in the fall of 1776, he was appointed by Congress, upon
the recommendation of the PA Convention, its Lieutenant Colonel, his son John
being one of its Captains.
(3) 1776, 10 Sep: Wrote his will, disposing of his estates - lands, lots,
negroes, etc., with great precision. He had sons John, William George, and
Samuel, and daughters Agnes Humphreys, Elizabeth Kincade, Jane, Mary Ann,
Sarah and Phebe. Jane married Mr. Bullitt, Mr. Hawkins, and Hon. John Minor.
(5) George Wilson of Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania wrote his will. To his wife, Sabina,
that tract of land formerly bequeathed to her father, situated in Augusta Co..
To her he gives a new saddle horse and a new saddle bespoke and paid for to
John Macdonough in Staunton, VA. The lots of ground in Staunton to be occupied
during her natural life, and she to have the use of his negroes, Pompey and
Sylvia. To his daughter Agnes Humphreys; to his son John the land he lives
on; to Elizabeth his duaghter the plantation whereon Samuel Kinkead lives; to
his daughter Elizabeth Kinkead one house and lot in Romney, Hampshire Co.; to
his daughter Jeane, land in Hampshire Co.; to Mary Ann; to his son William
George the mill and plantation whereon I now live, also the land warranted in
the Proprietaries office at Philadelphia in his name and John Swearingen's
name; to his daughter Sarah, land he bought from Ashbrooke and the land bought
from Andrew Link in this county and one lot in the town of Pittsburg; to his
daughter Phoebe, the land in Romney formerly the property of John Hatton with
a survey of land entered and warranted at Lord Fairfax's office; to son Samuel
Stewart the land at the head of the forks of Cheat and Monongahela Rivers; to
son John; that son John shall give his sister Mary Ann and brother William
George and sister Sarah each one young negro to be delivered at the age of 6
years; bequeaths many negroes to his children; a bequest to Elizabeth Price;
to his eldest brother's son Ralph Wilson land purchased from John Wilkinson.
Appoints wife Sabina executrix with son John, Capt. John Stewart of Augusta,
William McCleary and Theophilus Phillips executors. Wits. Patrick Allison,
Thomas Phillips, Samuel Kinkead and John Harding. Proved 25 Sep 1790, Fayette
Co., PA.
(4) 1776, 23 Nov: Congress directed the Board of War to order the 8th PA
to march, with all possible expedition, by the nearest route to Brunswick, NJ,
or to join Gen. Washington wherever he may be. The intelligence was received
5 Dec 1776 to march to Amboy.
(4) 1776, 5 Dec: Lt. Col. George Wilson wrote from Ketanian to Col. James
Wilson of the Hon. Continental Congress at Philadelphia, that last evening
they had received marching orders, which was not disagreeable to him, but
the other officers and men had understood that they were raised for the
defence of the Western Frontiers, and were troubled that they were leaving
their families and substance so defenseless in their absence. They were ill
provided for the march at this season. They had issued the necessary orders,
and appointed the parties to rendesvous at Hannahstown on the 15th instant,
and to march immediately from there. "I hope to have the Plesure of Seeing you
Soon, as we mean to take Philadelphia in ower Rout."
(4) 1777, 6 Jan: The Regiment marched from Kittanning. They traveled nearly 500
miles, for 150 miles over the mountains, never entering a house, but building
fires and encamping in the snow. Considerable numbers died.
(3) In the inventory of his goods and chattels are a scarlet coat, breeches and
vest, valued at 15 pounds; an American Revolutionary Regimental Coat valued at
40 pounds; plush breeches and vest at 15 pounds.
(5) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., Pennsylvania
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH. (NOTE: Source says elsewhere that on 28 Mar
1832, Joseph Darlington and Sarah his wife, late Sarah William Wilson Dailey
and John Dailey, being grandchildren of George Wilson, dec'd, appoint William
G. Hawkins their Attorney, Hampshire Co., VA. Another Joseph
Darlington/Sarah?)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book," Vol. 13, p.23-24.
Lineage of Mrs. Mamie Kincaid Larkin Chapman #12062.
(2) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book," Vol. 63, p.10. FHL
# 973.D2d. Lineage of Mrs. Susan Kincaid Noel #62029.
(3) "The Monongahela of Old," by James Veech (Privately printed, Pittsburgh,
1858-1892) p.130-131.
(4) "Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution, Battalions and Line
1775-1783," ed. by John Blair Linn & Wm. H. Engle, Vol. 1 (Harrisburg, State
Printer, 1880) p.641-643,646. FHL #974.8 M21. Cites: (a) Hon. James Veech of
Emsworth, NJ, who had in his possession the original day-book of Ephraim
Douglas, the Quartermaster of the 8th PA. (b) Journal, Vol. 1, 475,558.
(c) "Life of Timothy Pickering," Vol. 1, p.122.
(5) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.1780-785.

!Birth: (1) 1728. (1,2) Scotland. Brother of James Wilson, signer of the
Declaration of Independence. (2) 1729. (3) A Virginian from the town or
vicinity of Staunton, Augusta Co., VA. (4) A Virginian from Augusta Co.
Marriage to Elizabeth McCreary: (1) Elizabeth McCreary. (2) Elizabeth Crawford
McCreary. (NOTE: The George Wilson who d. 1777 is not the father of Sarah
Wilson who m. James Kincaid. Is he the same George Wilson that m. Eliz.
McCreary? His wife in his will was Sabina.)
Death: (1,2) 1777. (3) Early in Apr 1777, Quibbletown, NJ, near Amboy, from
pleurisy brought on by exposure and overmarching. (4) Feb 1777, in service at
Quibbletown, NJ. His death is noted in a letter from Timothy Pickering dtd
Quibbletown, 28 Feb 1777.
Burial: (3) Quibbletown, NJ.

(3) Owned property in Augusta Co., VA and Romney, Hampshire Co., VA (now WV).
(4) 1755-1764: An officer in the French and Indian War from Augusta Co., VA.
(3) Had "evidently" been a military officer of the King in VA Colony, doubtless
in the French War. He wrote to Major Luke Collins, "We had the happiness of
joining in the sentiment in the Colony of Virginia, and as I may say, even
wading through blood in supporting the cause of our country, heart in hand."
He wrote to Arthur St. Clair, "I have in my little time in life taken the oath
of allegiance to his Majesty seven times."
(3) c.1769: Came to southwest PA as early as 1769 and settled at the Mouth
of Georges Creek, becoming the owner of the lands on both sides of it for a
considerable distance up the stream, as well as other adjacent lands,
including Elk Hills. It is said he first came into this region at the head of
a party to reclaim some white prisoners from the Indians, in which he
succeeded, and being pleased with the country about the mouths of Cheat and
Georges Creek, soon afterwards returned and took up his residence. (4)
1768/9 he settled where New Geneva, Fayette Co., PA now is, owning the land on
the river, on both sides of George's Creek.
(3) Figured conspicuously as an active and influential Pennsylvanian in the
Boundary Controversy with Viringia.
(3) 1773: When Westmoreland Co., PA was erected, he was appointed by the PA
Assembly one of the trustees for selecting a county seat, and in the same year
appointed a Justice of the Peace.
(4) 1776, 20 Jul: The convention of PA then sitting, having recommended for
field officers Col. Aeneas Mackey, Lt. Col. George Wilson, Major Richard
Butler, they were elected by Congress. (1,2) 1776: Lt. Col., 8th PA Regiment.
Taken at the battle of Trenton. (3) When the 8th PA Regiment of the Line was
formed at Kittanning, in the fall of 1776, he was appointed by Congress, upon
the recommendation of the PA Convention, its Lieutenant Colonel, his son John
being one of its Captains.
(3) 1776, 10 Sep: Wrote his will, disposing of his estates - lands, lots,
negroes, etc., with great precision. He had sons John, William George, and
Samuel, and daughters Agnes Humphreys, Elizabeth Kincade, Jane, Mary Ann,
Sarah and Phebe. Jane married Mr. Bullitt, Mr. Hawkins, and Hon. John Minor.
(5) George Wilson of Westmoreland Co., PA wrote his will. To his wife, Sabina,
that tract of land formerly bequeathed to her father, situated in Augusta Co..
To her he gives a new saddle horse and a new saddle bespoke and paid for to
John Macdonough in Staunton, VA. The lots of ground in Staunton to be occupied
during her natural life, and she to have the use of his negroes, Pompey and
Sylvia. To his daughter Agnes Humphreys; to his son John the land he lives
on; to Elizabeth his duaghter the plantation whereon Samuel Kinkead lives; to
his daughter Elizabeth Kinkead one house and lot in Romney, Hampshire Co.; to
his daughter Jeane, land in Hampshire Co.; to Mary Ann; to his son William
George the mill and plantation whereon I now live, also the land warranted in
the Proprietaries office at Philadelphia in his name and John Swearingen's
name; to his daughter Sarah, land he bought from Ashbrooke and the land bought
from Andrew Link in this county and one lot in the town of Pittsburg; to his
daughter Phoebe, the land in Romney formerly the property of John Hatton with
a survey of land entered and warranted at Lord Fairfax's office; to son Samuel
Stewart the land at the head of the forks of Cheat and Monongahela Rivers; to
son John; that son John shall give his sister Mary Ann and brother William
George and sister Sarah each one young negro to be delivered at the age of 6
years; bequeaths many negroes to his children; a bequest to Elizabeth Price;
to his eldest brother's son Ralph Wilson land purchased from John Wilkinson.
Appoints wife Sabina executrix with son John, Capt. John Stewart of Augusta,
William McCleary and Theophilus Phillips executors. Wits. Patrick Allison,
Thomas Phillips, Samuel Kinkead and John Harding. Proved 25 Sep 1790, Fayette
Co., PA.
(4) 1776, 23 Nov: Congress directed the Board of War to order the 8th PA
to march, with all possible expedition, by the nearest route to Brunswick, NJ,
or to join Gen. Washington wherever he may be. The intelligence was received
5 Dec 1776 to march to Amboy.
(4) 1776, 5 Dec: Lt. Col. George Wilson wrote from Ketanian to Col. James
Wilson of the Hon. Continental Congress at Philadelphia, that last evening
they had received marching orders, which was not disagreeable to him, but
the other officers and men had understood that they were raised for the
defence of the Western Frontiers, and were troubled that they were leaving
their families and substance so defenseless in their absence. They were ill
provided for the march at this season. They had issued the necessary orders,
and appointed the parties to rendesvous at Hannahstown on the 15th instant,
and to march immediately from there. "I hope to have the Plesure of Seeing you
Soon, as we mean to take Philadelphia in ower Rout."
(4) 1777, 6 Jan: The Regiment marched from Kittanning. They traveled nearly 500
miles, for 150 miles over the mountains, never entering a house, but building
fires and encamping in the snow. Considerable numbers died.
(3) In the inventory of his goods and chattels are a scarlet coat, breeches and
vest, valued at 15 pounds; an American Revolutionary Regimental Coat valued at
40 pounds; plush breeches and vest at 15 pounds.
(5) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., PA
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH. (NOTE: Source says elsewhere that on 28 Mar
1832, Joseph Darlington and Sarah his wife, late Sarah William Wilson Dailey
and John Dailey, being grandchildren of George Wilson, dec'd, appoint William
G. Hawkins their Attorney, Hampshire Co., VA. Another Joseph
Darlington/Sarah?)

Spouse: Sabina. ,Col. George WILSON and Sabina were married. Reference Number:633826 Children were: Elizabeth WILSON, Sarah WILSON.


George Henry Carter WILSON7,234 was born on 1 Jun 1854 in Andover, N.H.. He died on 2 May 1889 in Danbury, N.H.. Parents: Jesse WILSON and Susan SEAVEY.

Spouse: Ida Eunice TUCKER. George Henry Carter WILSON and Ida Eunice TUCKER were married on 24 Nov 1881. Children were: Charles Henry WILSON, Carrie Belle WILSON, Linnie Anna WILSON.


George Luke WILSON3,95 was born on 7 Nov 1845 in Appleton, Licking, Ohio.3 He died on 12 Aug 1915 in Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska.3 He is reference number 54623. He has Ancestral File Number G2PP-97. Parents: John M. WILSON and Eliza DUFFIELD.


George William WILSON3,9 was born on 6 Aug 1887 in New Lisbon, Ohio.3,9 He died on 15 Nov 1943.3,9 He was buried Unknown in East Palestine, Ohio.3,9 He is reference number 90620. Parents: Homer Brenton WILSON and Mary Catherine VAUGHN.

Spouse: Caroline SUTHERIN. George William WILSON and Caroline SUTHERIN were married on 12 Nov 1908.3,9 Reference Number:1443140


Gertrude Adam WILSON5,128 was born about 1834.5,128 She is reference number 3485. Parents: Augustus WILSON and Judith Diantha HALSTEAD.

Spouse: STAYER. STAYER and Gertrude Adam WILSON were married. Reference Number:14257


Grace WILSON.19 Parents: Joe WILSON and Dora STINATE.


Hannah WILSON3,413 was born about 1830.3,413 She died WFT Est 1862-1924.3,413 She is reference number 92937.

Spouse: Andrew ELLIOTT. Andrew ELLIOTT and Hannah WILSON were married on 14 Dec 1854 in Quasqueton, Iowa.3,413 Reference Number:1478184 Children were: Dorcas Jane ELLIOTT, Mary Ann ELLIOTT, Charles Wilson ELLIOTT, Elizabeth Rebecca ELLIOTT, Ruhama ELLIOTT.


Harold Crawford WILSON5,94,126,127,128 was born on 8 Apr 1900 in Troy, NY.5,94,126,127,128 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,625 He died on 16 Jul 1902 in New York, NY.5,94,126,127,128,625 He was also known as Harold C. Wilson.5 He is reference number 17105. Parents: Wilbert Ernest WILSON and Estelle S. CRAWFORD. Parents: Wilbert Ernest WILSON and Estella Sarah CRAWFORD.


Harriet WILSON.404

Spouse: John MAGEE.


Harriet Emandy WILSON4,5 was born about 1824.4,5

Spouse: Benjamin MC CRARY. Benjamin MC CRARY and Harriet Emandy WILSON were married on 17 Oct 1843 in , Randolph, Missouri.4,5


Harriett L. WILSON5,94,424 was born on 26 Feb 1840.5,94,424 She died on 17 Oct 1921 in Brownville, Jefferson County, New York.5,94,424 She was buried in Brownville, Jefferson County, New York.5,94,424 She is reference number 19134. Parents: Almarin WILSON and Caroline PECK.


Harris WILSON3,41 was born in 1822 in Trumbel Co., Ohio.3,41 He died in 1839 in Trumble Co., Ohio.3,41 He is reference number 84419. Parents: James WILSON and Ester HARRIS.


Harry WILSON3,659 was born WFT Est 1859-1896.3,659 He died WFT Est 1924-1980.3,659 He is reference number 68092.

Spouse: Molly MERRY. Harry WILSON and Molly MERRY were married WFT Est 1885-1933.3,659 Reference Number:1128795 Children were: W. Emerson WILSON, Ruth Kathryn WILSON.


Harry WILSON3,281 was born on 1 Jun 1870 in Iowa.3,281 He died on 18 Aug 1870 in Iowa.3,281 He is reference number 53053. [boyd-trees.ged]







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JVT Journals Vol. 5; 25 Parents: William Dempsey WILSON and Malinda POLLOCK.


Harry WILSON3,281 was born on 19 Dec 1872 in Iowa.3,281 He died on 19 Nov 1878 in Iowa.3,281 He is reference number 53055. Parents: William Dempsey WILSON and Malinda POLLOCK.


Hattie WILSON19 was born in 1885.19 She died in 1970.19 She was buried in Woodbine Cemetery, Jefferson, Jackson County, Georgia.19 Parents: Jimmie WILSON and Elizabeth Jane HOOD.

Spouse: John L. HARBIN. John L. HARBIN and Hattie WILSON were married. Children were: Rob HARBIN, Fred HARBIN, Ethel HARBIN, Henry HARBIN, Mattie HARBIN, Crate HARBIN, Janie Ruth HARBIN, Katie Sue HARBIN, Edward HARBIN.


Henry WILSON.19 Parents: Joe WILSON and Dora STINATE.


Henry WILSON5,94,424 was born about Mar 1846.5,94,424 He died on 10 Sep 1862 in Brownville, Jefferson County, New York.5,94,424 He was buried in Brownville, Jefferson County, New York.5,94,424 He is reference number 19135. Parents: Almarin WILSON and Caroline PECK.


Henry A. WILSON3,178,218 died Unknown in Washington D.C.3,178,218 He is reference number 107872.

Spouse: Mamie Amanda Boyd WILSON. Henry A. WILSON and Mamie Amanda Boyd WILSON were married on 13 Jan 1917 in Tuskegee, Alabama By Rev J. H. Mcgehee, Item #227, Colored Marriage.3,178,218 Reference Number:1684709 Children were: Living WILSON, Henry Franklin WILSON.


Henry Franklin WILSON3,178,218 was born on 6 Sep 1918 in Talladega, Alabama.3,178,218 He died on 10 Nov 1984 in Osceola, Mississippi, AR.3,178,218 He is reference number 107910. Parents: Henry A. WILSON and Mamie Amanda Boyd WILSON.

Spouse: Living ADAMS. Children were: Living WILSON, Living WILSON.


Hester Ann WILSON3,38 was born about 1858 in , Searcy, AR.3,38 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 21532. Parents: John Sevier WILSON and Dicy HATCHETT.


Hezzie WILSON.19 Parents: W. L. WILSON and Mollie PITTS.

Spouse: Mae MORRISON.


Homer Brenton WILSON3,9 was born on 4 Mar 1858 in Lisbon, Ohio.3,9 He died on 12 Apr 1943.3,9 He was buried Unknown in Lisbon, Ohio.3,9 He is reference number 90613. He was in Methodist.3,9

Spouse: Mary Catherine VAUGHN. Homer Brenton WILSON and Mary Catherine VAUGHN were married on 18 Aug 1881 in New Lisbon, Ohio.3,9 Reference Number:1442970 Children were: Bertha Estella WILSON, Pearl Molly WILSON, George William WILSON.


Hugh WILSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32598.

Spouse: Parmelia BOYD. Hugh WILSON and Parmelia BOYD were married. Reference Number:613784


Hugh WILSON3,9 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 91252.

Spouse: Polly HENDRICKS. Hugh WILSON and Polly HENDRICKS were married. Reference Number:1450578


Hugh WILSON3,281 was born on 15 Jul 1815 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.3,281 He died on 22 Jan 1894.3,281 He is reference number 53069. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Spouse: Eliza BOYD. Hugh WILSON and Eliza BOYD were married on 19 Dec 1839 in Fayette, Pennsylvania.3,281 Reference Number:921152 Children were: Rebekah Boyd WILSON, Margaret WILSON, Robert Alexander WILSON, William Dempsey WILSON, Caroline WILSON, Elvira Jane WILSON, E. WILSON.


Ida WILSON19 was born about 1878.19 Parents: Jimmie WILSON and Elizabeth Jane HOOD.

Spouse: William James HENDRIX. William James HENDRIX and Ida WILSON were married. Children were: Lizzie HENDRIX, Roy HENDRIX, Hershel HENDRIX, Julia HENDRIX, Cardelin HENDRIX, Mae HENDRIX, Louise HENDRIX, Hoyt HENDRIX, Howard HENDRIX, Edna HENDRIX.


Isaac WILSON4,5 was born about 1771.4,5

Spouse: Margaret MC CRARY. Isaac WILSON and Margaret MC CRARY were married on 17 Sep 1796 in , Rowan, North Carolina.4,5


,Dr. J. C. WILSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31350. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978) p.83.
Cites: (a) "Lexington Observer and Reporter," 9 Sep 1835.

(1a) 1835: Of Clay Co., Kentucky.

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!(1) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978) p.83.
Cites: (a) "Lexington Observer and Reporter," 9 Sep 1835.

(1a) 1835: Of Clay Co., KY.

Spouse: Prudence Berry KINCAID. ,Dr. J. C. WILSON and Prudence Berry KINCAID were married on 1 Sep 1835 in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:556220


Jack WILSON.19 Parents: W. L. WILSON and Mollie PITTS.


James WILSON3,206,802 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 836.

Spouse: Margaret Elizabeth BOYD. James WILSON and Margaret Elizabeth BOYD were married. Reference Number:23322


James WILSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30648.

Spouse: Ann BELL. James WILSON and Ann BELL were married on 10 Nov 1767.2,3 Reference Number:576763


James WILSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44674. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Chester Co., PA Wills. Book 18, p.230. FHL film 20,850.

! Birth: (1) s/o Samuel WILSON.

(1) 1843: James BOYD of Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA wrote his will. Called himself advan ced in years. Named wife Jane. If any of my brothers or sisters are living at my decease... $ 200 to brother-in-law Samuel WILSON (his 2 sons Boyd and James WILSON). Parents: Samuel WILSON and BOYD.


James WILSON3,456 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 68419. Parents: Nathaniel WILSON Sen. and Elizabeth BROWN.


James WILSON3,41 was born in .3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 84418.

Spouse: Ester HARRIS. James WILSON and Ester HARRIS were married on 20 Mar 1824 in Trumble Co. Ohio.3,41 Reference Number:1364937 Children were: Harris WILSON, Caroline WILSON, Newton WILSON, Phebe WILSON, Almon WILSON, Leander WILSON.

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