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Wilson Relations: Ahnentafel for Andrew Conley Wilson & Louise Alvina Schueler

compiled by Steve Wilson, last updated August 10, 2013.
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For any individual, their father's number will be twice the individual's number, and their mother's number will be one more than their father's number. Consecutive individuals with the same color are spouses. An asterisk indicates that the ancestor is conjectured, with discussion in the notes following the table. The flag icon identifies a birthplace outside of the USA, and the ship icon denotes an immigrant to the New World. A yellow background indicates caution, in that the connection is not fully proven, and is explained in the notes below. A pink background indicates a missing spouse, a blue background indicates two missing parents, and a purple background indicates that both the spouse and both parents are missing.

Generation # 1
1 The children of Andrew Conley Wilson and Louise Alvina Schueler.
Generation # 2
2 Andrew Conley Wilson, corporate personnel manager; born 25 Jan. 1925 at Chicago, Illinois; served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, as an instructor at NAGS Hollywood 1943-1944, and then as an aerial gunner with VT-98 flying from the USS Ranger (CV-4); married first 17 Aug. 1946 at Chicago to Anna Mae Williams (divorced about 1950); married third 14 May 1971 at Ottawa to Jeanne Tengwall (divorced 1972); married fourth 27 June 1975 at Peoria to Donna Jean Cook (who died in 1997); moved from Chicago to Villa Park about 1954, to Hoffman Estates in 1971, to Peoria in 1973, to Ottawa in 1975; elected the first Illinois Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in 1990; died 23 Feb. 2006 at Greenville, North Carolina, buried in Ottawa Avenue Cemetery at Ottawa, Illinois.
Married (his second, her first) 25 Oct. 1952 at Chicago (separated 1969, divorced 1971) to:
3 Louise Alvina Schueler, bookkeeper; born 25 Sep. 1931 at Chicago, Illinois; moved to Glenview about 1950, to Villa Park about 1954, to Des Plaines in 1969, to Mundelein in 1971, to Waukegan in 1985, and to Vernon Hills in 1988; volunteered at the library after she retired in 1994; died 29 May 2005 at Libertyville, Illinois, cremated.
Generation # 3
4 John George Wilson, carpenter; born 11 Sep. 1880 at Tranent, Scotland; moved with his parents to Ontario, Michigan, and Tennessee, then moved to Chicago, Illinois in 1918; became a naturalized American citizen 29 June 1948 at Chicago; died 29 Nov. 1958 at Elmhurst, Illinois, buried in Acacia Park Cemetery at Norwood, Illinois.
Married 20 Dec. 1904 at Nashville, Tennessee to:
5 Mary Ellen Ford; born 22 Sep. 1885 at Nashville, Tennessee; died 6 Oct. 1960 at Chicago, Illinois; buried in Acacia Park Cemetery at Norwood, Illinois.
6 William Oscar Schueler, grocer; born 28 July 1894 at Chicago, Illinois; served in the U.S. Army (54th Field Artillery, 18th Division) from May 1918 to May 1919; died 11 Feb. 1943 at Chicago, buried in Mount Olive Cemetery at Chicago.
Married 4 July 1925 at Chicago to:
7 Hildagarde Alvina Clara Wenk, clerk; born 12 Apr. 1899 at Braunschweig, Germany; arrived in America with her mother in 1904; moved to Glenview about 1950, to Wheeling about 1974, to Northfield about 1978, to Prospect Heights in 1986, and back to Glenview about 1988; was elected president of the Glenview chapter of Senior Citizens in 1973, and received the President's Award from them in 1987; died 11 Apr. 1992 at Riverwoods, buried in Memorial Park Cemetery at Skokie, Illinois.
Generation # 4
8 John Wilson, stonemason; born 3 July 1844 at Ormiston, Scotland; had an illegitimate child by Flora Livingstone 28 Dec. 1869 at Knaresborough, Yorkshire; sailed with his family on the SS Buenos Ayrean, arriving 13 May 1882 at Quebec; was in Ontario (Toronto, London, and Windsor) by 1883, Detroit, Michigan by 1886, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1897; died 6 Dec. 1899 at Nashville, buried in a now-lost family cemetery along Little Marrowbone Creek in Davidson County.
Married 17 May 1875 at Glasgow, Scotland to:
9 Jessie Russell; born about 1854 at North Berwick, Scotland; had an illegitimate child by George Walton 10 Mar. 1873; moved with her husband and family to Ontario, Michigan, and Nashville, Tennessee; then about 1909 moved to Memphis, Tennessee, and about 1920 to Chester, Pennsylvania; died 27 Feb. 1944 at Chester, buried in an unmarked grave in Chester Rural Cemetery at Chester.
10 Thomas H. Ford, blacksmith; born probably about 1844 in Ireland; married first by 1876 at Nashville to an unknown woman (possibly a daughter of Martin & Nora Varley); moved to Memphis about 1882, and back to Nashville by 1884; then to Louisville about 1889; died there about 1891.
Married (his second, her first) 25 Jan. 1881 at Nashville to:
11 Susan McGovern; born about 1854 in Pennsylvania; moved with her parents to Nashville, Tennessee, and with her husband to Memphis and Louisville; returned to Nashville about 1897; died 4 Nov. 1907 at Nashville, buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Nashville.
12 Paul R. Schueler, grocer; born 26 Nov. 1857 in Germany (probably at Breslau, now Wroclaw, Poland); sailed probably on the ship Elysia arriving 10 July 1880 at New York; became a naturalized American citizen 23 Mar. 1897 at Chicago, Illinois; died 31 Dec. 1939 at Chicago, buried in Mount Olive Cemetery at Chicago.
Married 4 Nov. 1886 at Chicago to:
13 Theophila Johanna Wisniewska (also known as Johanna Otto); born 23 Oct. 1863 in Thorn, Germany (now Torun, Poland); sailed probably on the ship Elbe arriving 26 July 1884 at New York; died 27 Oct. 1941 at Chicago, Illinois; buried in Mount Olive Cemetery at Chicago.
14 August Heinrich Wilhelm Wenk, machinist; born 14 Aug. 1866 at Barskamp (near Bleckede), Germany; sailed on the ship Main which arrived 25 Aug. 1904 at Baltimore, Maryland on his way to Chicago, Illinois; became a naturalized American citizen 12 Mar. 1912 at Chicago; moved about 1913 to Cedar Rapids, Iowa for two years, then returned to Chicago; died 20 Mar. 1958 at Chicago, buried in Elmwood Cemetery at River Grove, Illinois.
Married 25 Feb. 1893 at Braunschweig, Germany to:
15 Hermine Johanna Louisa Fickendei; born 3 Apr. 1871 at Braunschweig, Germany; sailed with her children on the SS Hamburg, arriving 14 Nov. 1904 at New York on their way to Chicago, Illinois; died 3 Feb. 1953 at Chicago, buried in Elmwood Cemetery at River Grove, Illinois.
Generation # 5
16 James Wilson, grocer; moved from Edinburgh, Scotland, to Ormiston in 1841; last known alive 18 Jan. 1846 at Ormiston (when son Andrew was baptized), but died by 17 Nov. 1849 (the proclamation of his widow's remarriage).
Married (her first) 3 June 1843 at Ormiston to:
17 Janet Wilson; born 6 Feb. 1820 at Ormiston, Scotland; remarried 21 Nov. 1849 at Ormiston to baker David Slight, he died 14 Oct. 1857 at Ormiston; she died 17 Sep. 1860 at Ormiston, buried in an unmarked grave in West Byres Cemetery at Ormiston.
18 Alexander Russell, fisherman; born 30 Apr. 1814 at Tranent, Scotland; married 30 Oct. 1857 at North Berwick to Margaret Kelly; died 24 Aug. 1885 at North Berwick.
Had two illegitimate children before 1855 at North Berwick by:
19 Margaret Whitecross, washerwoman; born 23 Apr. 1815 at North Berwick, Scotland; died 27 Feb. 1890 at North Berwick; never married.
22 Thomas McGovern, laborer; born about 1830 in Ireland; sailed with his family on the ship 'John-Hancock', arriving 28 Sep. 1849 at New York; was in Pennsylvania within a year, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee either shortly before or during the Civil War; died shortly before 17 Dec. 1888 at Nashville (when a death notice appeared in the newspaper).
Married about 1849 in Ireland to:
23 Ellen Roundtree; born about 1830 in Ireland; moved with her husband to New York, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee; died 28 Oct. 1897 at Nashville; buried in Mt. Calvary Cemetery at Nashville.
24 Robert Schueler, probably of Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland).
26 Leopold Wisniewski, laborer and seaman; born 29 Nov. 1839 at Thorn, Prussia (now Torun, Poland); took on the name Leopold Otto probably in the early 1880s (most likely because of persecution of the Poles by Germans); moved to Chicago, Illinois about 1887; died 24 Sep. 1909 at Chicago, buried in an unmarked grave in Saint Boniface Cemetery at Chicago.
Married 13 Nov. 1864 at Thorn to:
27 Francisca Julianna Jurkiewicz; born 25 Oct. 1840 at Thorn, Prussia (now Torun, Poland); moved with her husband to Chicago, Illinois about 1887; died 6 Jan. 1893 at Chicago, buried in an unmarked grave in Saint Boniface Cemetery at Chicago..
28 Heinrich Wilhelm Wenk, buried at Barskamp, Germany. His widow was living at Walmsburg (near Barskamp) in 1923.
30 Heinrich Fickendei, laborer; lived at Braunschweig, Germany; died about 1883, probably at Braunschweig (he appears in the 1883 city directory, and his widow appears in the 1884 directory).
Married by 12 Oct. 1864 (when daughter Wilhelmina was born at Braunschweig) to:
31 Louisa Vogel; lived at Braunschweig, Germany until at least 1906; but was living in 1923 at Berlin.
Generation # 6
32 * probably John Wilson, grocer and spirit dealer; born about 1773 in Scotland (but not in East Lothian); married 25 Dec. 1829 at Ormiston to Janet Tait (who died in 1840, but she was not the mother of James); moved in 1842 to Inveresk; died 17 Sep. 1850 at Inveresk.
34 Andrew Wilson, stonemason and market gardener; born 16 Jan. 1792 at Yester, Scotland; in 1835 and 1840 took possession of land at Ormiston from in-laws; died 8 Oct. 1860 at Ormiston, buried in West Byres Cemetery at Ormiston.
Marriage proclaimed 19 Nov. 1819 at Ormiston to:
35 Janet Dickson; born 6 May 1800 at Ormiston, Scotland; died 27 Mar. 1835 at Ormiston, buried in West Byres Cemetery at Ormiston.
36 Robert Russell, miller; born 16 Feb. 1788 at Innerwick, Scotland; moved to Tranent about 1811, and to Edinburgh about 1820; last known alive 24 Apr. 1821 (when son Andrew was baptized), and probably died before 1841 (when his wife appeared without him in the census).
Married 1 June 1809 at Coldstream (but recorded 4 March 1810 at Cockburnspath) to:
37 Margaret Kerr; baptized 20 Nov. 1788 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; moved with her husband to Tranent and Edinburgh; last known alive in 1851 at Edinburgh (in census).
38 James Whitecross, farm laborer; born 17 June 1782 at North Berwick, Scotland; died 4 Dec. 1860 at North Berwick.
Married 26 Oct. 1805 at North Berwick to:
39 Mary Manderson; born 28 Dec. 1781 at North Berwick, Scotland; died 7 May 1851 at North Berwick.
52 Melchior Wisniewski, sargeant and shopkeeper; baptised 6 Jan. 1804 at Thorn, Prussia (now Torun, Poland); last known alive 28 Jan. 1846 (when daughter Honorata was baptised at Thorn).
Married 27 Jan. 1835 at Thorn to:
53 Theophila Dzickiewicz; born 14 May 1811 at Torun, Duchy of Warsaw (now Poland); last known alive 28 Jan. 1846 (when daughter Honorata was baptised at Thorn).
54 Johann Jurkiewicz, laborer and fisherman; born about 1788, probably in Poland; married (his first, her second) 9 June 1813 at Torun, Duchy of Warsaw (now Poland) to Joanna Duszynska (widow of Francis Piatkowski, she died 28 July 1836 at Thorn); Johann died 23 Aug. 1846 at Thorn, Prussia (now Torun, Poland).
Married (his second, her first) 8 Jan. 1837 at Thorn to:
55 Catharine Szczypiorska; born about 1806, probably in Prussia; still alive at her husband's death in 1846.
Generation # 7
68 Andrew Wilson, ploughman; baptized 28 Oct. 1750 at Whittingham, Scotland; lived at Bolton, Saltoun, and Yester; last known alive 30 Jan. 1792 at Yester (when son Andrew was baptized).
Married by 20 Aug. 1777 (when their daughter Ann was born at Saltoun) to:
69 Janet Turner; lived with her husband at Bolton, Saltoun, and Yester, Scotland; last known alive 30 Jan. 1792 at Yester (when son Andrew was baptized).
70 George Dickson, carrier and farmer; born 7 Jan. 1765 at Tranent, Scotland; lived at Ormiston; died shortly before 24 May 1839 (when the mortcloth fee was paid at Ormiston).
Married 6 Aug. 1791 at Edinburgh to:
71 Janet Bell; born 1 Sep. 1770 at Ormiston, Scotland; in 1806 declared heir of granduncle and cousin; in 1814 took possession of land at Ormiston from father, in 1826 from granduncle; died probably before 5 Oct. 1834 (since her name does not appear in the list of communicants of Ormiston, but her husband's and children's names do), and certainly before 11 Oct. 1838 (when her trustees take possession of some land).
72 Robert Russell, miller; moved from Innerwick, Scotland, to Dunbar about 1790; last known alive 20 Dec. 1797 at Dunbar (when son John was baptized).
Married before 15 July 1781 (when son John was born at Innerwick) to:
73 Janet Watt; last known alive 20 Dec. 1797 at Dunbar, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
74 David Kerr; baptized 1 Apr. 1753 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 12 Jan. 1797 at Cockburnspath (when son James was baptized).
Married 24 Nov. 1775 at Edinburgh (but rebuked 3 Dec. 1775 at Cockburnspath for its irregularity) to:
75 Ann Grieve; baptized 20 Apr. 1755 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 12 Jan. 1797 at Cockburnspath (when son James was baptized).
76 Richard Whitecross, laborer and coachman; lived at North Berwick, Scotland; died shortly before 7 Feb. 1824 (when mortcloth fee was paid at North Berwick).
Married 12 July 1781 at North Berwick to:
77 Margaret Runciman; born 18 Aug. 1762 at North Berwick, Scotland; died 11 July 1831 at North Berwick.
78 William Manderson, farm laborer and carter; baptized 11 May 1738 "by a dissenting minister in the fields near Gladsmuir" (but recorded at Innerwick, Scotland); taxed on trade annually by the burgh of North Berwick from 1793 to 1823; died shortly before 2 July 1824 (when he was buried at North Berwick).
Married before 26 Mar. 1778 (when daughter Christian was born at North Berwick) to:
79 Margaret Morton; baptized 12 May 1754 at North Berwick, Scotland; died 29 Apr. 1830 at North Berwick.
104 Johann Wisniewski, musician; born probably in Poland; last known alive 6 Jan. 1804 (when son Melchior was baptised at Torun, then Thorn, Prussia).
Married 1 Nov. 1792 at Torun, Poland to:
105 Marianna Remisowna; born probably in Poland; last known alive 6 Jan. 1804 (when son Melchior was baptised at Torun, then Thorn, Prussia).
106 Johann Dzickiewicz; born about 1760, probably in Poland; last known alive 26 May 1811 (when daughter Theophila was baptised at Torun).
Married 17 Jan. 1811 at Torun, Duchy of Warsaw (now Poland) to:
107 Catharine Gorkiewiczowna; born about 1787, probably in Poland; last known alive 26 May 1811 (when daughter Theophila was baptised at Torun).
Generation # 8
136 Andrew Wilson; baptized 29 Nov. 1713 at Garvald, Scotland; moved to Whittingham about 1744, last known alive 28 Oct. 1750 at Whittingham (when son Andrew was baptized).
Married before 1 May 1743 (when son William was baptized at Garvald) to:
137 Anna Henderson; baptized 7 Mar. 1714 at Garvald, Scotland; last known alive 28 Oct. 1750 at Whittingham (when son Andrew was baptized).
140 William Dickson; last known alive 30 June 1785 at Ormiston, Scotland (when the kirk session waived an assessment upon him due to "his circumstances").
Marriage (irregular) was recorded on 11 June 1758 at Ormiston to:
141 Helen Tod; baptized 14 May 1730 at Ormiston, Scotland; last known alive 11 Mar. 1772 at Ormiston (when daughter Jean was baptized).
142 Charles Bell, soldier in the British Army; born 29 March 1744 at Ormiston, Scotland; apprenticed in 1753 to two weavers at Ormiston; enlisted about 1771 in 53rd Regiment, serving in Ireland until 1776, then because of the American Revolution sent to Canada, served in Capt. Hutchinson Dunlop's Company which was captured in Sept. 1777 at Ticonderoga while guarding Burgoyne's supply lines, was a "prisoner with the rebels" until 1781, and in 1785 transferred to the 41st Regiment from which he was discharged in 1788; took possession of land in 1788 at Ormiston; died after 1791 (when his daughter Janet married) and before March, 1806 (when Janet was named heir of her granduncle).
Marriage proclaimed 23 June 1769 at Ormiston to:
143 Agnes Millar; last known alive 9 Sep. 1770 at Ormiston, Scotland (when daughter Janet was baptized), and may have died about 1814 (when Janet took possession of her father's land).
148 William Kerr; last known alive 27 Nov. 1796 (when granddaughter Margaret Kerr was baptized at Cockburnspath, Scotland).
Married before 22 Jan. 1747 (when daughter Alison was baptized at Cockburnspath) to:
149 Alison Cowe; baptized 3 May 1724 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 14 Aug. 1763 at Cockburnspath (when son William was baptized).
150 William Grieve; last known alive 6 Jan. 1760 (when daughter Helen was baptized at Cockburnspath, Scotland).
Marriage proclaimed 22 Oct. 1742 at Cockburnspath to:
151 Elspeth Begarno; baptized 14 Mar. 1714 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 6 Jan. 1760 (when daughter Helen was baptized).
152 * possibly Patrick Whitecross, laborer; baptized 8 May 1720 at North Berwick, Scotland; last known alive 18 June 1780 at North Berwick (when granddaughter Margaret Whitecross was baptized).
Married 16 May 1744 at North Berwick to:
153 * possibly Alison Wood; baptized 4 May 1718 at Whitekirk, Scotland; last known alive 12 Oct. 1766 at North Berwick (when daughter Margaret was baptized).
154 John Runciman; baptized 7 July 1728 at Prestonkirk, Scotland; last known alive 13 Mar. 1774 (when daughter Elizabeth was baptized at North Berwick).
Married before 18 Aug. 1762 (when daughter Margaret was born at North Berwick) to:
155 Elizabeth Punton; baptized 17 Jan. 1731 at North Berwick, Scotland; last known alive 13 Mar. 1774 (when daughter Elizabeth was baptized at North Berwick).
156 James Manderson, tenant farmer and merchant; baptized 7 Apr. 1700 at Oldhamstocks, Scotland (but parent's residence was at Innerwick); moved to Whittingham about 1739 and Dirleton about 1741, taxed on trade by the burgh of North Berwick annually from 1744 to 1788; died in 1797 (according to an 1853 inheritance ruling in favor of his great-grandson William Manderson, but "Mrs. Manderson" appears on the tax rolls beginning in 1793).
Married before 17 Nov. 1734 (when son George was baptized at Innerwick) to:
157 Anne Anderson; baptized 6 Apr. 1707 at Innerwick, Scotland; last known alive 5 Feb. 1745 at Dirleton (when son James was baptized), but may have died as late as 1803 (since "Mrs. Manderson" was taxed on trade by the burgh of North Berwick annually from 1793 to 1803).
158 Patrick Morton; baptized 13 Dec. 1724 at Prestonkirk, Scotland; last known alive 19 May 1765 at North Berwick (when daughter Christian was baptized).
Married 20 May 1751 at North Berwick to:
159 Christian Lugton; baptized 27 Feb. 1726 at North Berwick, Scotland; last known alive 19 May 1765 at North Berwick (when daughter Christian was baptized).
208 Balthasar Wisniewski; born probably in Poland.
Married to:
209 Hedwig; born probably in Poland.
210 Joseph Remisch; born probably in Poland.
Married to:
211 Marianna; born probably in Poland.
Generation # 9
272 Andrew Wilson; last known alive 29 Nov. 1713 at Garvald, Scotland (when son Andrew was baptized, reusing the name).
Married before 13 May 1704 (when son Andrew was baptized at Garvald, but died in infancy) to:
273 Helen Muir; last known alive 29 Nov. 1713 at Garvald, Scotland (when son Andrew was baptized, reusing the name).
274 William Henderson; last known alive 1 May 1743 (when grandson William Wilson was baptized at Garvald, Scotland).
Married 4 Nov. 1708 at Garvald to:
275 Elspeth Dishington; last known alive in 1717 at Garvald, Scotland (when son William was baptized, but only the year was recorded).
282 Alexander Tod, wright; last known alive 30 Apr. 1742 at Ormiston, Scotland (when daughter Margaret was baptized).
Married 14 Dec. 1727 at Ormiston to:
283 Margaret Donaldson; born 13 Mar. 1705 at Prestonpans, Scotland; last known alive 30 Apr. 1742 at Ormiston (when daughter Margaret was baptized).
284 William Bell, gardener; lived at Ormiston, Scotland; in 1755 added to Ormiston church poor roll; died probably in June 1769 (after which his wife's name replaces his name on the church poor roll).
Marriage proclaimed 20 June 1741 at Ormiston to:
285 Christian Moffat; born 13 Aug. 1714 in Saltoun, Scotland; died probably in Feb. 1772 (after which her name disappears from the Ormiston church poor roll).
298 David Cowe; last known alive 5 Mar. 1749 (when grandson John Kerr was baptized at Cockburnspath, Scotland), died at age 80 and buried in St. Helen's on the Lea churchyard at Cockburnspath.
Marriage proclaimed 5 Nov. 1709 at Cockburnspath to:
299 Alison Brown; last known alive 18 Dec. 1726 at Cockburnspath, Scotland (when son David was baptized).
302 John Begarno; baptized 21 Mar. 1675 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 30 Nov. 1718 at Cockburnspath (when daughter Anna was baptized).
Marriage proclaimed 24 Oct. 1712 at Cockburnspath to:
303 Christian Lawrie; baptized 25 Feb. 1681 at Cockburnspath, Scotland; last known alive 30 Nov. 1718 at Cockburnspath (when daughter Anna was baptized).
304 * possibly John Whitecross; baptized 11 Jan. 1688 at Prestonkirk, Scotland; lived at North Berwick; last known alive 25 Dec. 1753 (when granddaughter Janet Whitecross was baptized at Prestonkirk).
Married 3 Nov. 1711 at Whitekirk to:
305 * possibly Christian Dobie; baptized 3 July 1686 at Aberlady, Scotland; last known alive 28 May 1727 at North Berwick (when daughter Janet was baptized).
306 * possibly James Wood; last known alive 8 Sep. 1723 at Whitekirk, Scotland (when son James was baptized).
Married 20 May 1710 at Whitekirk to:
307 * possibly Mamie Hunter; last known alive 8 Sep. 1723 at Whitekirk, Scotland (when son James was baptized).
308 James Runciman; last known alive 4 Oct. 1745 at Prestonkirk, Scotland (when son Alexander was born).
Married 29 Apr. 1727 at Prestonkirk to:
309 Margaret Rankin; born 5 July 1703 at Prestonkirk, Scotland; last known alive 4 Oct. 1745 at Prestonkirk (when son Alexander was born).
310 Joseph Punton; last known alive 8 Apr. 1733 at North Berwick, Scotland (when son Alexander was baptized).
Married before 28 Apr. 1717 (when son James was baptized at Athelstaneford) to:
311 Catherine Wright; last known alive 8 Apr. 1733 at North Berwick, Scotland (when son Alexander was baptized).
312 George Manderson; baptized 27 Apr. 1674 at Innerwick, Scotland; last known alive 21 July 1728 (when grandson James Manderson was baptized at Innerwick).
Marriage proclaimed for the third time 15 Nov. 1696 at Innerwick to:
313 Magdalene Murray; baptized 11 Mar. 1673 at Innerwick, Scotland; last known alive 18 Apr. 1714 at Oldhamstocks (when daughter Jean was baptized).
314 George Anderson, tenant farmer; lived at Innerwick, Scotland; last known alive 11 May 1738 (when grandson William Manderson was baptized near Gladsmuir).
Married 23 Apr. 1703 at Oldhamstocks to:
315 Lilias Mason; last known alive 10 Dec. 1721 at Innerwick, Scotland (when daughter Diana was baptized).
316 James Morton; last known alive 13 Dec. 1730 at Prestonkirk, Scotland (when daughter Elizabeth was baptized).
Married 26 Apr. 1718 at Prestonkirk to:
317 Margaret Kelty; last known alive 13 Dec. 1730 at Prestonkirk, Scotland (when daughter Elizabeth was baptized).
318 Robert Lugton; baptized 5 Sep. 1697 at North Berwick, Scotland; last known alive 2 Dec. 1739 at North Berwick (when son Alexander was baptized).
Married before 27 Feb. 1726 (when daughter Christian was baptized at North Berwick) to:
319 Agnes Dudgeon; last known alive 2 Dec. 1739 at North Berwick, Scotland (when son Alexander was baptized).
Generation # 10
566 George Donaldson; moved about 1711 from Prestonpans, Scotland, to Ormiston; last known alive 14 Apr. 1730 (when granddaughter Beatrice Donaldson was baptized at Ormiston).
Married 17 Dec. 1703 at Prestonpans to:
567 Margaret Veitch; last known alive 17 Oct. 1725 at Ormiston, Scotland (when son James was baptized).
568 Charles Bell, market gardener; lived at Ormiston, Scotland; recipient of letters from John Cockburn to "his gardener" 1727-1745 (published in 1904); in 1742 took possession of land at Ormiston from his father; died by 6 Dec. 1769 (when his son Charles took possession of the land).
570 Henry Moffat, tenant farmer; baptized 19 Oct. 1679 at Saltoun, Scotland; died shortly before 15 Feb. 1746 (when he was buried at Saltoun).
Married 20 June 1710 at Ormiston to:
571 Marion Paterson; last known alive 21 July 1723 at Saltoun, Scotland (when daughter Margaret was born).
604 William Begarno; last known alive 21 Mar. 1675 at Cockburnspath, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
Married 8 Dec. 1664 at Cockburnspath to:
605 Alison Chrystal; last known alive 21 Mar. 1675 at Cockburnspath, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
606 George Lawrie; lived at Cockburnspath, Scotland, until at least 1681; last known alive 9 Feb. 1696 at Coldingham (when son John was baptized).
Married 12 July 1677 at Cockburnspath to:
607 Elspeth Hepburn; last known alive 9 Feb. 1696 at Coldingham, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
608 * possibly John Whitecross; last known alive 11 Jan. 1688 at Prestonkirk, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
Married 22 Apr. 1682 at Prestonkirk to:
609 * possibly Margaret Hoge; last known alive 11 Jan. 1688 at Prestonkirk, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
610 * possibly Richard Dobie; last known alive 23 Sep. 1688 at Aberlady, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
Married about 1666 to:
611 * possibly Margaret Proven; last known alive 23 Sep. 1688 at Aberlady, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
618 William Rankin; last known alive 7 Feb. 1717 at Haddington, Scotland (when son David was baptized).
Married 21 May 1702 at Athelstaneford to:
619 Elizabeth Muckle; last known alive 7 Feb. 1717 at Haddington, Scotland (when son David was baptized).
624 Adam Manderson; last known alive 27 Apr. 1674 at Innerwick, Scotland (when son George was baptized).
Married by 5 May 1663 (when son James was baptized at Innerwick) to:
625 Jean Guild; last known alive 27 Apr. 1674 at Innerwick, Scotland (when son George was baptized).
626 James Murray; last known alive 18 Nov. 1705 (when grandson John Manderson was baptized at Innerwick, Scotland).
Married 7 June 1666 at Innerwick to:
627 Agnes Neilson; last known alive 21 May 1680 at Innerwick, Scotland (when daughter Margaret was baptized).
636 John Lugton; last known alive 5 Aug. 1705 at North Berwick, Scotland (when son George was baptized).
Married 30 Dec. 1690 at Dirleton (but recorded at North Berwick) to:
637 Christian Ainsley; last known alive 5 Aug. 1705 at North Berwick, Scotland (when son George was baptized).
Generation # 11
1136 William Bell, market gardener; in 1719 took possession of land at Ormiston, Scotland; was an elder of the church at Ormiston by 1731, and was still in that position in 1739; died shortly before 7 Nov. 1740 (when the mortcloth fee was paid at Ormiston).
1140 John Moffat; lived at Saltoun, Scotland; last known alive 29 Mar. 1683 (when his wife was buried at Saltoun).
Married 7 Oct. 1676 at Saltoun to:
1141 Agnes Wilson; died shortly before 29 Mar. 1683 (when she was buried at Saltoun, Scotland).
1208 William Begarno; last known alive 19 Jan. 1647 at Cockburnspath, Scotland (when son John was baptized).
Married well before 30 Mar. 1643 (when daughter Isabel was baptized at Cockburnspath, and 2 children were probably born earlier) to:
1209 Isabel Craig; last known alive 19 Jan. 1647 at Cockburnspath, Scotland (when son John was baptized).

Notes:

32: John Wilson, grocer and spirit dealer, was enumerated in the 1841 census of Ormiston in a group of three to four families located between Andrew Wilson (#10 above) and the manse. In the 1851 census, David Slight, baker, was enumerated in roughly the same location. David Slight had married Janet Wilson (#5), widow of James Wilson (#4), grocer of Ormiston. When she died, the Haddingtonshire Courier identified her as grocer, baker, and spirit dealer. The Ormiston kirk session records indicate that John Wilson moved to Inveresk the year after James Wilson arrived in Ormiston, and it seems logical that the grocery changed hands at that time. That James Wilson was the son of John Wilson is conjectured, but the names of James Wilson's two children, John and Andrew, would conform to traditional naming practices (that the first son was named after the father's father, and the second after the mother's father).

152-153, 304-307, 608-611: Patrick (sometimes Peter) Whitecross and his wife Alison Wood had eight children listed in the North Berwick baptismal records, every two years from 1746 to 1754, then again in 1760, 1762, and 1766. Of interest here are sons John (1746), James (1748) and Peter (1754). John was a witness at baptisms of two children of Peter, and one of our Richard Whitecross (#28 above). Peter was a witness at the same two baptisms of children of Peter (so the witness must have been Peter's father Patrick) and one of James (was this Peter the father or the son?). Richard was a witness at the same baptism of the child of James. These four baptisms occurred between 1777 and 1782, and establish some sort of connection between Patrick Whitecross and our Richard Whitecross. If we conjecture that Richard is the son of Patrick and Alison, we find his birth would fit nicely in the gap between 1754 and 1760. Patrick's maternal grandfather was named Richard, as was one of his brothers. Although the names of the children of our Richard Whitecross do not appear to follow a traditional pattern, his oldest son, born in 1782, was named James, which would then be the name of the brother who invited him to be a baptismal witness.