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Descendants of Samuel Wilson

Three Generations

 

Generation No. 1

 
1.
S
AMUEL1 WILSON was born Abt. 1790 in North Carolina, and died 1857 in Wayne County, TN. He married (1) SAMUEL'SFIRST WIFE Abt. 1804. He married (2) SAMUEL'SSECOND WIFE Abt. 1823. He married (3) SARAH CATHERINE BROWN 1847, daughter of DAVID BROWN and ANNA SWEET.
 
Notes for S
AMUEL WILSON:
SAMUEL WILSON b. ca 1780, NC,1 m, (1) UNKNOWN, m. (2) UNKNOWN, m. (3) ca 1847, SARAH CATHERINE BROWN, b. -- --- 1821, AL.2 SAMUEL, died ca 1857, (WAYNE)TN,3 buried: (WAYNE) TN, probable in (old) Wilson Cemetery. The 1810 census of' Lincoln County, North Carolina shows a Samuel Wilson age 16 to 26, married, wife within the same age bracket and two children a boy and a girl, both under 10. Our Samuel, son, Jacob, and daughter, Jemima, would fit into this age bracket.
 
William Wesley Wilson says in his book "The Willson & Roller Families of Wayne County, Tennessee", " What Samuel did while living in North Carolina or when he left that state is not known. In 1820, in Franklin County, Tennessee, we find listed together on the census rolls a Michael Wilson, and a Samuel Wilson. In all likelihood this was our Samuel. Both Michael and Samuel as shown by that census had children of the right sex and ages when compared to those listed later in the 1830 census for Wayne County, Tennessee. In her research, Mrs. 'Thomas 1). Winstead ("Footsteps & Echoes of the Lenoir, Westmoreland, Wilson, Pills, Williams, Wolford. 'I'empleton, Young & Colson Families" {1984}) indicates that this Michael Wilson had two land grants in Franklin County, in 1826. By 1830 both Michael and Samuel have disappeared front Franklin County. In that year, both appear for the first time on the Census rolls for Wayne County, Tennessee. Given that Michael and Samuel were both born in North Carolina, that Samuel was 10 years younger than Michael and that Samuel appears to have followed him first to Franklin County, then to Wayne County, Tennessee, it is more than likely that they were related, possible brothers.
 
Shortly before this time (in 1816), land that had been part of the Tennessee Indian Territory, was ceded by the Chickasaws to the state. This included all of what is now Wayne and Hardin Counties. While there were some hardy settlers living in this area prior, to that date, they were few in numbers. It was only, after 1820 that we see a steady, flow of people beginning to move into this rugged but beautiful part of' West Central Tennessee,
 
During this period, Michael Wilson and his wife Mary, had additional land grants in Wayne County, Tennessee. Michael's land was located on Indian Creek, west of Cottonwood, Southwest of Waynesboro and south of Hardin Creek.
 
On June 29, 1926, Samuel acquired 25 acres also by land grant on Hardin Creek in the same general vicinity (old Book "A", page 312 Deed Records of Wayne County Tennessee). A survey of Samuel's land was recorded on July 10th of that year. Samuel's property was adjacent to that of Samuel Boyd. Subsequent conveyances indicate that the land was also next to land owned by Jonathan Morris, and in the vicinity of and owned by Jacob Wilson.
 
In the 1830 census for Wayne County, TN, Samuel and his wife are shown to be between 40 and 50 years old. They have six children four boys (ages 1-20), and two girls (ages 5-15) living at home. Six families down from Samuel on this census is Jacob Wilson.
 
On September 4, 1837, Samuel sold his 25 acres on Hardin Creek (Old Book "D" page 80, Deed Records of Wayne Co. TN) to Jacob Boyd (probably son of his neighbor, Samuel Boyd). Samuel was paid $400 for this land. On the 22nd of the same month, Samuel acquired 137 acres of land (Old Book "B", page 251, Deed Records of Wayne Co. TN) also on Hardin Creek adjacent to lands owned by Wesley Copeland, Sr. and A. Westmoreland.
 
The 1840 census for Wayne Co., shows Jacob Wilson, Boyd Wilson, and Samuel Wilson living on adjacent lands. Michael died in about 1835. Boyd Wilson was one of Michael's sons. By 1840 Samuel's family includes five boys (ages 1-20) and three girls (ages 1-30) at home. Samuel's oldest son, who would have been between 25 and 30 years old in 1840, had moved from the home. Neither Samuel nor his wife could read or write.
 
Samuel died in about 1857. No record exists concerning the exact date of Samuel's death, how he died or where he is buried. There is a chance that he was buried in the Morris Cemetery (old Wilson Cemetery) located approximately 6 or 7 miles west of Waynesboro on highway 64. This cemetery, which is not identified by road marker, is unkept and hard to find although located no more 1 00 yards north of the highway just at the Highway 64 marker It is atop a low wooded hilltop. The Land was originally owned by the Wilson's and used for a family cemetery until was later acquired by Jonathan Morris and renamed the Morris Cemetery. The older graves of the Wilson's are located to the South toward the highway, while the newer graves of the Morris and Carr families are located to the North. The Wilson graves estimated at between 30 and 40 in number, are almost all marked by field stones with no inscriptions. The few exceptions are those graves of Michael and members of his family.
 
It is just as likely that Samuel was buried in the Brown Cemetery near Martin's Mill. This is the belief of Jerry W. Murphy, Wayne Co Historian and descendent of David G. Brown father of Samuel's wife Sarah (Sally) Brown.
 
1820 census Franklin Co., Tennessee District 54 Samuel Wilson - 1 male under 10 years
1 male 10- 16 years 1 male 26-45 years 2 females
under 10 years 1 female 10-16 years 1 female 26-45 years
 
(File H69390 #1012381 LDS Library) Land & Property State of Tennessee, Wayne County Old Book "A", page 240, Entry 1832 No 848 Samuel Wilson, assignee of the R.W.D. by virtue of one certificate for 25 acres No 2478 and dated March 6th 1826. Enters the same in the Seventh Surveyors Distinct on the 10th Range and 3rd Fractional Section B --ig on a beech that stands 35 poles East and 134 poles North from the North West comer of Samuel Boyd's occupant Entry for 25 acres No 1831 runs North 88 poles and East for complement. Entered
June 29th 1826 John M. Barnett, Locator
 
 
State of Tennessee, Wayne County Old Book "B", page 91, Entry 267 No 1310 Jesse Looney enters 19 and one-half acres of land as assignee of Samuel Wilson on Shake rag fork of Hardin's Creek in Range 9 and Section No 3 under the provisions of the occupant laws of 1836. Be at the North West comer of entry No 74 in the name of James Hasty for 25 acres runs West 20 poles, South 50 poles, East 40 poles, South 40 poles, East 45 poles, West 60 poles, and North 45 poles to the beginning.
August the 18th 1837 David Gallagher, Locator
 
William Earl Wilson, grandson of William Wallace, recalls his grandpa telling that one of his brothers was murdered in Wayne Co. TN, didn't know when. He thought this brother's brother-in-law was responsible for the murder. The next day, two of his half brothers left TN, and Grandpa W Wallace never heard from them again. This was before he met Violet
 
William Wesley Wilson, grandson of Thomas Newton, writes in his book "The Willson & Roller Families of Wayne Co. TN, "The end of the war did not bring peace to Wayne County. There was much bitterness and resentment. Many families had lost loved ones during the war and could not put the conflict behind them. Family tradition holds that all of Samuel's sons by his first wife (*2nd) lived through the war and returned to the area. Shortly after returning, one of the brothers was killed in a dispute over the war. The next day, the killer was murdered. The sheriff arrested one of the brothers. The others fearing arrest or further violence left Wayne County. One fixed a false bottom in a covered wagon and left with his wife driving the wagon. William Wallace Wilson, the youngest of Samuel's children later told his children that he overheard one say he was going to the Houston area. After the family split up, William Wallace never heard from any of the brothers again."
 

Children of S
AMUEL WILSON and SAMUEL'SFIRST WIFE are:
2. i. J
ACOB2 WILSON, b. October 13, 1805, North Carolina; d. August 1861, Reynolds Co., MO.
ii. J
EMIMA WILSON, b. 1807.


Children of S
AMUEL WILSON and SAMUEL'SSECOND WIFE are:
3. iii. J
AMES HASTY2 WILSON, b. April 03, 1824, Wayne County, TN; d. January 20, 1911, Williamsburg (Wayne) MO.Cause of death as "lagrippe & senility.
4. iv. P
OLLY MARY WILSON, b. 1825, Wayne County, TN; d. Iron, MO.
v. G
REEN WILSON, b. 1827, Tennessee.
 
Notes for G
REEN WILSON:
Enrollment List 1865 says age 38 ( 1827) 5' 10" dark hari, dark eyes, dark complexion single
 
 
More About G
REEN WILSON:
Military service: 1865, Union Army
Occupation: farmer
 
5. vi. R
ILEY WILSON, b. March 04, 1831, Wayne County, TN; d. July 18, 1926, Reynolds Co., MO (Pleasant Hill Cemetary).


Children of S
AMUEL WILSON and SARAH BROWN are:
6. vii. D
AVID G.2 WILSON, b. 1848.
viii. N
ANCY WILSON, b. 1849.
7. ix. L
OUISA JANE WILSON, b. 1849.
x. C
HARITY WILSON, b. 1851.
xi. S
ARAH E. MARGARET WILSON, b. 1853.
8. xii. W
ILLIAM WALLACE WILSON, b. May 28, 1855, Wayne County, TN; d. January 28, 1918, Whitney, Hill County, TX Yates cemetary about 5 miles SE of Whitney TX..
 
 

Generation No. 2

 
2.
J
ACOB2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born October 13, 1805 in North Carolina, and died August 1861 in Reynolds Co., MO. He married JEMINA ANNE BURGESS March 12, 1832 in TN.
 
Notes for J
ACOB WILSON:
Relation between Samuel and Jacob was established by a Bible record in the possession of William Earl Wilson, son of Samuel's youngest son Claudus Bennett. This recordd show "brothers" James H. Green and Reiley. Family members of Jacob know him to be a brother to these three also. Jacob from first family, James H. from second and Claudus from third.
 
Wayne County Tennesse Land and Property Records ( Film H69390 #1012381 LDS Library) Old Book "A", page 264, Entry No 86 State of Tennessee, Seventy District No 951 Jacob Wilson, by virtue of an Act of Assembly for the benefit of occupant past the year 1826. Enteres 25 acres of land as an occupant in Wayne County on Hardin's Creek in Range 10 and Section 5th. Beginning on a beech 10 poles East from the North East corner of Samuel Wilson's 25 acre Survey runs North 66-2/3 poles East for complement. January 17th 1827.
 
Old Book "B", page 38, Entry 98 State of Tennessee, Wayne County No. 1149 Jacob Wilson, by of and under the provisions of the occupant law of 18(?) enters 25 acres of land lying on Hardin's creek. range 10 and Sections beginning 22 poles South and 10 poles East from the North 60 poles to a hickory thence East for complement. September 3rd 1836. David Gellaher, Locator.
 
Old Book " B", page 39, Entry 99 State of Tennessee, Wayne County No 1150 Jacob Wilson By Virtue of and /under the provisions of the occupant law of 18(?) enters 25 acres of land lying on the waters of Hardin Creek Range 10th and Section 1st. Beginning 16 poles East and 13 poles North from the North East corner of said Wilson's occupant on a black oak thence North 67 poles to a stake thence East for complement. September 3rd 1836. David Gellaher, Locator.
 
Court Records Wayne County, Tennessee (Film D999186 #024859 LDS Library) Execution Docket 1837-1840
 
Page 16 Case No 303 Charles S. Baker vs James Welch and Jacob Wilson March 19, 1840
 
Page 18 Case No 336 Thomas Merrow vs Thomas Burgess, James H. Gallaher and Jacob Wilson March 18, 1840.
 
Jacob and Jemima Burgess Wilson had left Wayne Co. TN between 1840 (Jacob witnessed sale of land by Benj. Hasty, Wayne Co. 11th Jan. 1842) and 1850 and resided in Tishomingo Co. MS for a while. Jacob appears to have had some financial and/or legal problems shortly before he moved to MS. Several of their children were born in Tishomingo Co.
 
Jacob and his family and other relatives decided to make the trip to Reynolds Co. MO in about 1851, to settle on the Middle Fork of the Black River. On their journey from MS they began to see large rocks on the ground, which were not plentiful in the are they had left. Deciding they might need them for building when reaching Reynolds Co., they began to pick them up on the way, filling their wagons. Imagine their surprise on their arrival in their new home in the MO Ozarks.
 
Jacob was killed by Civil War "Bushwhackers" in Aug 1861 as he was feeding his hogs. The man accused of killing him was Sam Hilderbrand. Story was told to Fern Bundy that the instigator of the killing was caught, decapitated and his head impaled by a sword to the top of a pole or post. If this is true, then guilty party was not Sam Hildebrand as he died some years later.
 
Abstract Book 3, page 401 No. 7
 
John B. Wilson, Administrator of estate of JACOB WILSON, deceased to John Tedder
 
Consideration : $800.00
 
Date: March 20, 1866 Acknowledged: March 20, 1866 Filed: September 3, 1874
 
Instrument: Administrator's Deed
 
Conveys land in Reynolds County, Missouri, Described as follows:
 
The South half of Lot No 2 of the southwest quarter of Sec. non No. 30 and Lot No. 2 of Northwest quarter of section No. 31 in Township No. 33 North of range No. 2 East containing one hundred and sixty acres.
 
Sold by Order of the County Court of Reynolds County, Missouri.
 
Recital in deed: I John B. Wilson Administrator as aforesaid do Herby grant, sell and convey to the said John Tedder all right, title and interest which the said Jacob Wilson had of in and to said real estate, to have and to hold to the said John Tedder, his heirs and assigns forever.
 
Deed signed by John B. Wilson and acknowledged in regular form before James A. Slade, Justice of the Peace of Reynolds County, Missouri.
 
Also filed for record May 3, 1866, and recorded in Book D., page 482. James Crownover, Clerk & Ex-officio Recorder. (Seal).
 
 

Children of J
ACOB WILSON and JEMINA BURGESS are:
9. i. J
OHN BURGESS3 WILSON, b. November 28, 1832, Wayne County, TN; d. November 28, 1921, Fredericktown (Madison) MO. (Wilson Cemetary) death from Chronic bronchitis.
10. ii. J
ACOB NELSON WILSON, b. October 13, 1833, Waynesborn (Wayne) TN.; d. June 04, 1914, Warren Store(Reynolds Co.) MO.Johnson Shut-Inns SP.
iii. A
NIS WILSON, b. 1838; m. JOHN GREEN.
11. iv. E
ASTER WILSON, b. October 25, 1839, Wayne County, TN; d. July 13, 1935, Decatur (Wise) TX(Bethel-Decatur).
12. v. J
EMIMA DELANA WILSON, b. March 04, 1842, Tishomingo, MS; d. March 13, 1926, St. Louis County, St. Louis Buried Madison Co. MO ( Oak Crove Cemetery).
13. vi. J
AMES WARREN WILSON, b. December 01, 1843, Tishomingo, MS; d. November 26, 1912, Reynolds Co., MO (Buried Shannon MO.Birchtree Cemetary).
vii. L
UCINDA WILSON, b. 1847; m. GEORGE W. WALLACE.
14. viii. F
RANCIS MARION WILSON, b. September 11, 1848, Tishomingo, MS; d. June 06, 1932, Craig( Moffat) CO.(Carbon WY, Dixon(Carbon), WY.
 

3.
JAMES HASTY2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born April 03, 1824 in Wayne County, TN, and died January 20, 1911 in Williamsburg (Wayne) MO.Cause of death as "lagrippe & senility. He married NANCY ARNETT, daughter of JAMES ARNETT and ABIGALE CYPERT.
 
Notes for J
AMES HASTY WILSON:
The 1865 Enrollment list (Civil War) says James H. age 41 Height 5' 8", Black Hair, blue eyes, dark complexion, married (#56, page 232).
 
James H., along with brothers Riley & Green, sold land in Wayne County. TN in 1859
 
 
More About J
AMES HASTY WILSON:
Occupation: Occupation Farmer
 
Notes for N
ANCY ARNETT:
First Husband Augusta (Gus) Kindle - one son Alfred Kindle.
 

Children of J
AMES WILSON and NANCY ARNETT are:
15. i. T
HOMAS LENOAH3 WILSON, b. September 29, 1857, Waynesboro, Wayne, Tennessee.
16. ii. A
MMEY DOREEN WILSON, b. December 08, 1859, Waynesboro, Wayne Co., TN; d. 1947, Graniteville, St. Ffancois Co., MO.
iii. E
MILY A. WILSON, b. 1862; m. TAYLOR RUTHLEDGE.
iv. E
LLEN C. WILSON, b. 1864; d. March 09, 1905; m. (1) JOHN RICH, February 11, 1891, Iron, MO; m. (2) JOHN PROFFIT, March 09, 1905, Iron, MO.
17. v. L
ORANZA AMAZIAR WILSON, b. April 01, 1866, Munger, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
 

4.
POLLY MARY2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born 1825 in Wayne County, TN, and died in Iron, MO. She married (1) JOHN SNODGRASS. She married (2) OLIVER PETTIS HILL June 1856 in Waynesboro, Wayne, Tennessee.
 
Notes for P
OLLY MARY WILSON:
Oliver Pettis Hill left with this team from his home in Wayne Co. TN and never returned. Polly and son come to Mo. John was old beau before first marriage.
 

Children of P
OLLY WILSON and JOHN SNODGRASS are:
i. J
AMES3 SNODGRASS, b. 1842, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
ii. N
ELSON SNODGRASS, b. 1844, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
iii. J
OHN DANIEL SNODGRASS, b. May 25, 1846, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri; d. October 18, 1908; m. LUCY MILLER PROFFIT.
 
Notes for J
OHN DANIEL SNODGRASS:
Enrollment list 1865 says age 18, 5' 7", dark hair, grey eyes, light complexion, single (#152 Page 237)
 
 
iv. D
ICY SNODGRASS, b. 1848, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri; m. (1) MARION CORLEY; m. (2) ZACHARIAH MILLER, 1885, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
v. S
ARAH SNODGRASS, b. 1850, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
vi. L
EDIA SNODGRASS, b. 1852, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri; m. PETE WRIGHT.
vii. M
ARY TENNESSEE SNODGRASS, b. 1854, Lesterville, Reynolds Co., Missouri.


Child of P
OLLY WILSON and OLIVER HILL is:
18. viii. W
ILLIAM RILEY3 HILL, b. August 27, 1837, Wayne County, TN; d. November 29, 1930, Cantwell, MO (IOOF Cemetery).
 

5.
RILEY2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born March 04, 1831 in Wayne County, TN, and died July 18, 1926 in Reynolds Co., MO (Pleasant Hill Cemetary). He married (1) GLADYS HAYNES 1859. He married (2) ELIZABETH COPELAND 1880.
 
Notes for R
ILEY WILSON:
Family tells that Gladys refused to leave TN to come to MO with Riley, so he snatched William and came to MO without her. Her relatives reportedly fired at him, but he got away. ( Milbourne Wilson, grandson of James Hasty Wilson)
 
Enrollment list 1865 say mustered in age 36, 5' 10" light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, married, residence Black River (#19 page185) Range 1-E, Signature date December 29, 1904.
 
1920 Census age 88 living with grandson Lynn (Riley Lynn) Wilson, Reynolds Co., MO.
 

Child of R
ILEY WILSON and GLADYS HAYNES is:
19. i. W
ILLIAM G.3 WILSON, b. November 08, 1859, Clay, Tennessee; d. July 04, 1929, Reynolds Co., MO(Pleasant Hill Cemetary).


Child of R
ILEY WILSON and ELIZABETH COPELAND is:
ii. G
RACE ELVIRA3 MORRISON, Adopted child.
 

6.
DAVID G.2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born 1848. He married AMERICA E. PHILLIPS December 25, 1867 in Wayne Co. TN.

Child of D
AVID WILSON and AMERICA PHILLIPS is:
i. W
ILLIAM R. G.3 WILSON, b. Abt. 1869.
 

7.
LOUISA JANE2 WILSON (SAMUEL1) was born 1849. She married WILLIAM ROSE August 05, 1872.
 
More About W
ILLIAM ROSE:
Army Service: Bet. 1860 - 1865, Private of Company C, 2nd Tenn. Mounted Infantry (USA)

Children of L
OUISA WILSON and WILLIAM ROSE are:
i. J
AMES3 ROSE, b. 1875.
ii. S
. A. ROSE, b. 1877.
iii. R
EUBEN ROSE, b. 1878.
 

8.
WILLIAM WALLACE2 WILSON (SAMUEL1)1 was born May 28, 1855 in Wayne County, TN1, and died January 28, 1918 in Whitney, Hill County, TX Yates cemetary about 5 miles SE of Whitney TX.1. He married VIOLET ELIZABETH ROLLER August 25, 1878 in Wayne County, TN, daughter of C HRISTOPHER ROLLER and JANE NICHOLS.
 
Notes for W
ILLIAM WALLACE WILSON:
William Wallace & Violet were among the family members her father C. C. Roller gathered together in Wayne Co. TN formed a wagon train, moving to Bell Co., TX. William's grandmother, Sarah Brown Wilson, was still living as well as her mother, Anna Sweet Brown, but he never wrote them or heard from them again.
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William Wallace & Violet were among the family members her father C. C. Roller gathered together in Wayne Co. TN formed a wagon train, moving to Bell Co., TX. William's grandmother, Sarah Brown Wilson, was still living as well as her mother, Anna Sweet Brown, but he never wrote them or heard from them again.
 
 
More About W
ILLIAM WALLACE WILSON:
Occupation: Farmer1

Children of W
ILLIAM WILSON and VIOLET ROLLER are:
20. i. T
HOMAS NEWTON3 WILSON, b. October 25, 1879, Hardin, TN; d. February 20, 1974, Cleburne, TX (Rose Hill Cemetary).
21. ii. C
LAUDIUS BENNETT WILSON, b. July 11, 1881, Hardin County, TN.; d. November 16, 1955, Cleburne, TX (Cleburne Memorial Hospital).
iii. S
ARAH JANE WILSON, b. May 26, 1883, Bell County, TX1; d. December 27, 1972, Cleburne, TX (Rose Hill Cemetery)1.
22. iv. N
INA DUREE WILSON, b. November 21, 1884, Bell County, TX; d. February 20, 1968, Cisco (Eastland) TX.
23. v. L
IZZIE LEONA WILSON, b. September 14, 1886, Bell County, TX.
vi. A
NNIE MAE WILSON, b. August 05, 1888, Bell County, TX1; d. Cleburne, TX (Rose Hill Cemetery)1.
vii. W
ILLIAM CHRISTOPHER WILSON, b. May 28, 1891, Bell County, TX1; d. January 21, 1918, Hill County, TX1.
 
 

Generation No. 3

 
9.
J
OHN BURGESS3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born November 28, 1832 in Wayne County, TN, and died November 28, 1921 in Fredericktown (Madison) MO. (Wilson Cemetary) death from Chronic bronchitis. He married SARAH EMMALINE COPELAND November 16, 1855 in Wayne County, TN.
 
Notes for J
OHN BURGESS WILSON:
Enrollment list 1865-66 says age 35, 5' 11", dark hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, residence Black River (#23 page186)
 
 
More About J
OHN BURGESS WILSON:
Occupation: Farmer

Children of J
OHN WILSON and SARAH COPELAND are:
i. G
EORGE MONROE4 WILSON, b. 1856, MO.; d. 1926, Madison, MO. (Old Masonic Cemetery); m. PARZIDA RICHMOND.
ii. M
ARY A. WILSON, b. 1856; m. ANDERSON C. HOLDER.
iii. J
ENNIE GEROMA WILSON, b. 1863; m. J. F. THARP.
iv. B
ELLE TENNESSE WILSON, b. January 24, 1867, Reynolds Co., MO; d. June 13, 1921; m. E. A. HOWELL, August 02, 1885.
v. K
ATE CALIFORNIA WILSON, b. 1869, MO.; m. LEWIS BURCH.
vi. S
ARAH J. WILSON.
vii. E
VA WILSON, m. GEORGE D. HOWELL, October 03, 1898.
viii. I
LA BELLE WILSON.
 

10.
JACOB NELSON3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born October 13, 1833 in Waynesborn (Wayne) TN., and died June 04, 1914 in Warren Store(Reynolds Co.) MO.Johnson Shut-Inns SP. He married CATHERINE SUSAN MCCOY November 09, 1853 in Tishomingo, MS, daughter of FLEMING MCCOY and MESA UNKNOWN.
 
Notes for J
ACOB NELSON WILSON:
Enrollment list 1865-1866 says age 33, 5' 9", hair dark, complexion dark, residence Black River,( # 51
page 187)
 
 
Notes for C
ATHERINE SUSAN MCCOY:
Catherine's dress caught fire in home in what is now Johnson Shut-Ins State Park. she ran down the hill trying to reach the spring but collapsed before reaching it, dying a couple days later. Only the band of her apron and cuffs of her dress were left of her clothing. No one knows how the fire started but some say she stepped on a match on the Back porch igniting her dress hem, others speculate she went to sleep on the porch & dropped her pipe in her lap.
 

Children of J
ACOB WILSON and CATHERINE MCCOY are:
i. M
ECY L.4 WILSON, b. December 10, 1857; d. October 26, 1873, Reynolds Co., MO; m. CHARLES COXEY.
ii. J
AMES FRANKLIN WILSON, b. July 02, 1859, Reynolds Co., MO; d. January 19, 1945, Reynolds Co., MO (Johnston Shut-Ins St. Park Pvt; m. (1) MARY JANE JOHNSTON, August 10, 1882, Reynolds Co., MO; m. (2) ADA BELL JOHNSTON, November 02, 1902, Iron, MO.
 
More About J
AMES FRANKLIN WILSON:
Occupation: Farmer, Merchant, Postmaster
 
Notes for M
ARY JANE JOHNSTON:
Mary's two youngest children Mary and James died as infants.
 
Notes for A
DA BELL JOHNSTON:
Ada: Younger sister of Mary Jane. As Mary Jane lay on her deathbed, she begged Ada to marry James Franklin and raise her children. Ada was engaged to Jacoby Hasty, the marriage license purchased January 26, 1895 in Ironton (Iron) MO. After week of mental agony. Ada finally agreed to Mary Jane's request.
 
 
iii. J
OHN GREEN WILSON, b. October 30, 1863; m. MELVINA JOANNA WILLIAMS, July 1889.
iv. J
ACOB ALFRED WILSON, b. March 20, 1866, Reynolds Co., MO; d. March 29, 1942, Reynolds Co., MO(buried Chapman Cemetery); m. (1) LAURA H. O'BRYAN, October 29, 1890, Reynolds Co., MO; m. (2) ELZADA SHRUM, March 11, 1906, Reynolds Co., MO.
 
Notes for E
LZADA SHRUM:
Elzada: Pete and Elzada raised her daughter, Ada's Daughter, Omar.
 
 
v. L
UCENDA ELIZABETH WILSON, b. January 08, 1868, Reynolds Co., MO; d. October 25, 1937, Reynolds Co., MO (Chapman Cemetary); m. (1) DAVID J. FRANKLIN JAYCOX, September 09, 1886, Reynolds Co., MO; m. (2) JOHN WESLEY CHAPMAN, February 07, 1909, Iron, MO.
vi. M
INERVA A. WILSON, b. June 07, 1871; m. (1) AUGUSTUS ORRICK, July 10, 1888; m. (2) H. W. WILLARD, July 02, 1910, Iron, MO.
vii. L
ILLY B. WILSON, b. March 20, 1876, Reynolds Co., MO; m. GEORGE HAVEN, March 27, 1898.
 
Notes for L
ILLY B. WILSON:
Jacob & Catherine Wilson raised Lilly's son Dallas.
 
 
viii. J
ERUSIA E. WILSON, b. June 22, 1877; d. Reynolds Co., MO (Middle Brook Cemetery, Middle Brook, MO.; m. WILLIAM W. HAVEN, September 30, 1899, Reynolds MO.
 

11.
EASTER3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born October 25, 1839 in Wayne County, TN, and died July 13, 1935 in Decatur (Wise) TX(Bethel-Decatur). She married JOHN GEORGE, son of ANDREW GEORGE and MARY EIDSON.

Children of E
ASTER WILSON and JOHN GEORGE are:
i. L
UCY ANN4 GEORGE, b. March 26, 1861; d. September 09, 1920, Wise, TX.
ii. C
HILD GEORGE, b. 1862.
iii. C
ATHERINE GEORGE, b. 1864.
iv. A
NDREW LEWIS GEORGE, b. November 08, 1866; m. ADA MAE.
v. J
AMES HENRY GEORGE, b. April 25, 1868.
vi. E
. C. GEORGE, b. 1872.
vii. B
EN FRANK GEORGE, b. 1874.
viii. C
HILD GEORGE, b. 1876.
ix. W
ILLIAM CHARLES GEORGE, b. April 29, 1878; d. April 25, 1957, Wise, TX; m. IDA BARBARA WELLS, December 22, 1912.
x. F
ANNIE M. GEORGE, b. May 06, 1882; d. January 15, 1946; m. FELIX GRUNDY HILL.
 

12.
JEMIMA DELANA3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born March 04, 1842 in Tishomingo, MS, and died March 13, 1926 in St. Louis County, St. Louis Buried Madison Co. MO ( Oak Crove Cemetery). She married JOHN LEWIS POGUE January 17, 1859, son of LEWIS POGUE and FATIMA ROSSIE.

Children of J
EMIMA WILSON and JOHN POGUE are:
i. W
ILLIAM ADDISON4 POGUE, b. December 11, 1860, Reynolds Co., MO; d. 1941, Madison, MO. (Oak Grove Cemetery) Fredericktown, MO; m. LILLY JANE JOHNSON, March 03, 1883.
ii. J
AMES LEONARD POGUE, b. February 14, 1862, Reynolds Co., MO; d. June 03, 1937, Madison, MO. (Oak Grove Cemetery) Fredericktown, MO; m. SARAH ELIZABETH MATTHEWS, February 02, 1888.
iii. J
OHN NELSON POGUE, b. February 17, 1864; d. July 03, 1950, Madison, MO. (Oak Grove Cemetery) Fredericktown, MO; m. VIRGINIA ROGERS, January 22, 1888.
iv. M
ALENDA EMMALINE POGUE, b. October 24, 1865; d. June 24, 1886; m. JOHN LEWIS, May 25, 1885.
v. J
ACOB OREN POGUE, b. March 01, 1867; d. August 01, 1927, Goodman, MO; m. MARY ELIZABETH L.
vi. G
EORGE MUNROE POGUE, b. April 05, 1869, Reynolds Co., MO; d. January 26, 1959, Joseph City, AZ.; m. V. ALICE MATTHEWS, September 13, 1891.
vii. T
HOMAS ALFRED POGUE, b. December 08, 1871, Reynolds Co., MO; d. July 06, 1949, Crystal City, MO; m. SARAH GRAHAM, June 17, 1895.
viii. I
TA ADELLA POGUE, b. September 09, 1874, Oak Grove, (Madison) MO.; d. April 16, 1913, Oak Grove Cemetery (Madison) MO.; m. ULYSSES S. MATTHEWS, September 21, 1890.
ix. S
AMUEL FILLIP POGUE, b. June 01, 1876, Oak Grove, (Madison) MO.; d. December 13, 1916; m. LOTTIE FLORENCE FRANCES, April 20, 1902.
x. D
OUCY ANN POGUE, b. October 14, 1878; d. In Infancy.
xi. D
ADRIA UMEALL POGUE, b. April 13, 1880; d. In Infancy.
xii. C
ORA LILLIE ANN POGUE, b. June 17, 1882, Oak Grove, (Madison) MO.; d. May 14, 1958, Yaccupa, CA.; m. ALLEN E. GANN, December 21, 1902.
xiii. M
AUDE CLARA POGUE, b. October 16, 1886, Oak Grove, (Madison) MO.; d. September 30, 1947, Oak Grove, (Madison) MO.; m. PHILLIP AGUSTUS SHAW HOWELL, December 25, 1904.
 

13.
JAMES WARREN3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born December 01, 1843 in Tishomingo, MS, and died November 26, 1912 in Reynolds Co., MO (Buried Shannon MO.Birchtree Cemetary). He married SARAH JANE MUNGER July 05, 1866 in Centerville (Reynolds Co.), daughter of ORRIN MUNGER and MELINDA SHY.
 
Notes for J
AMES WARREN WILSON:
James Warren joined the Civil War August 1, 1863, serving 3 years discharged Oct. 26, 1865
Enrollment list 1865-66 says age 23 5'9", dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion, residence Black River ( #42, page 186).
 
 
More About J
AMES WARREN WILSON:
Military service: August 01, 1863, See notes
Occupation: Farmer

Children of J
AMES WILSON and SARAH MUNGER are:
i. J
ACOB ORRIN4 WILSON, b. September 17, 1867, Reynolds Co., MO; d. March 04, 1890, Reynolds Co., MO (buried Dobbins Cemetery).
ii. W
ILLIAM NATHANIAL WILSON, b. February 20, 1870, Reynolds Co., MO; d. June 14, 1909, Birchtree, MO..
iii. M
ARY BELL WILSON, b. November 01, 1872, Reynolds Co., MO; d. April 02, 1899; m. GEORGE DUNN, December 17, 1891.
iv. H
ANGFORD WILSON, b. 1874, Reynolds Co., MO; d. February 04, 1889, Reynolds Co., MO(buried Dobbins Cemetery).
v. A
LFRED HOWELL WILSON, b. August 08, 1875, Reynolds Co., MO; d. September 08, 1950; m. PERLINA BELL WINDES, October 17, 1897.
vi. T
HOMAS MONROE WILSON, b. September 19, 1878, Reynolds Co., MO; d. June 05, 1935.
vii. N
ORMAN WENTWORTH WILSON, b. September 28, 1881, Reynolds Co., MO; d. July 05, 1943.
viii. M
ONT EDWIN WILSON, b. June 09, 1884.
ix. T
WINS WILSON, b. February 09, 1887; d. February 09, 1887.
x. E
RNEST M. WILSON, b. April 17, 1888, Reynolds Co., MO; d. April 02, 1889, Reynolds Co., MO.
xi. V
IRGIL IRVING WILSON, b. September 12, 1890, Reynolds Co., MO.
xii. O
TTO WILSON, b. November 26, 1894, Reynolds Co., MO.
 

14.
FRANCIS MARION3 WILSON (JACOB2, SAMUEL1) was born September 11, 1848 in Tishomingo, MS, and died June 06, 1932 in Craig( Moffat) CO.(Carbon WY, Dixon(Carbon), WY. He married (1) SARAH CHRISCO 1867 in Dent, MO, daughter of JOHN CHRISCO and SARAH COPELAND. He married (2) MARGARET CHRISCO March 24, 1892 in Shannon, MO, daughter of JOHN CHRISCO and SARAH COPELAND.
 
Notes for F
RANCIS MARION WILSON:
Enrollment list says age 18. 5' 4", light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, married, residence Black River (#74 page 188)
 
 
More About F
RANCIS MARION WILSON:
Occupation: Farmer
 
Notes for M
ARGARET CHRISCO:
Margaret: Sister to first wife, first Husband a Brooks.
 

Children of F
RANCIS WILSON and SARAH CHRISCO are:
i. D
ORA4 WILSON, m. R. L. BROWN, February 05, 1899, Shannon, MO.
 
Notes for D
ORA WILSON:
Irvin Wilson listed Dora as daughter of "Buck" & Sarah, Fern Bundy does not. Shannon CO. Marriages: "Dora Wilson to R. L. Brown - F. M. Wilson father of Dora gives consent".
 
 
ii. L
UCINDA C. WILSON, b. June 03, 1868, Reynolds Co., MO or Shannon MO.; m. COLUMBUS (LUM) PANKEY, February 24, 1885, Shannon, MO.
iii. M
ARGARET EMALINE WILSON, b. December 04, 1869; m. FRED PARKS.
iv. A
NNA ERAZULA WILSON, b. Abt. 1870; d. Shannon MO / Birchtree MO..
v. I
DA JOSEPHINE WILSON, b. October 15, 1874, Shannon MO..
vi. A
DA DELILAH WILSON, b. Abt. April 01, 1877, Shannon MO; d. ?Bonne Terre, MO.; m. MONTILLION BOSTON DUNN, April 24, 1898.
vii. J
EMIMA ELLEN WILSON, b. March 18, 1879, Shannon MO; d. July 25, 1885, Shannon MO.
viii. J
ENNIE FLORENCE WILSON, b. August 26, 1881, Shannon MO.
ix. L
ILLIE BELLE WILSON, b. March 15, 1883, Shannon MO; d. October 1948, ?Spokane, WA.; m. PEARLIE LATURNER.
x. M
ARTHA EFFIE WILSON, b. June 20, 1886, Shannon MO; d. Kansas City, MO; m. FRED VON PERTZ.
xi. G
EORGE BENJAMIN WILSON, b. May 09, 1888, Shannon MO; d. 1970; m. LAURA UNKNOWN.
xii. E
THEL MAUDE WILSON, b. October 10, 1890, Birch Tree (Shannon) MO; d. January 17, 1960, Winona (Shannon) MO; m. CHARLES COLUMBUS JOHNSON.
 
More About C
HARLES COLUMBUS JOHNSON:
Occupation: Carpenter
 

15.
THOMAS LENOAH3 WILSON (JAMES HASTY2, SAMUEL1) was born September 29, 1857 in Waynesboro, Wayne, Tennessee. He married NANCY CATHERINE CARTER September 11, 1889 in Waynesboro, Wayne, Tennessee, daughter of BENJAMIN CARTER and ELIZABETH WOOD.

Children of T
HOMAS WILSON and NANCY CARTER are:
i. B
ESSIE ALICE4 WILSON, b. July 01, 1882, Leeper, Wayne, Missouri; m. ERNEST E. ROUSE.
ii. F
AYE BERNADINE WILSON, b. Abt. 1890; m. REG DOW SHELBY.
iii. M
ILBOURNE OTTO WILSON, b. November 03, 1890, Piedmont, Wayne, Missouri; m. ELLA MORSE MCNABB.
iv. D
OYLE CARTER WILSON, b. October 01, 1896, Dexter, Stoddard, Missouri.
v. M
ARY PAULINE WILSON, b. November 30, 1901, Piedmont, Wayne, Missouri.
vi. F
RANK DEWEL WILSON, b. February 17, 1905, Ellington, Reynolds Co., Missouri; m. ARTIE ANN PRICE.
vii. O
LA DORENE WILSON, b. August 21, 1908, Ellington, Reynolds Co., Missouri; m. JEWEL GENTRY COLEMAM, March 02, 1935, Fredericktown, Madison, Missouri.
viii. J
OHN LEE WILSON, b. June 26, 1914, Ellington, Reynolds Co., Missouri.
 

16.
AMMEY DOREEN3 WILSON (JAMES HASTY2, SAMUEL1) was born December 08, 1859 in Waynesboro, Wayne Co., TN, and died 1947 in Graniteville, St. Ffancois Co., MO. She married JOSEPH LYMAN GASTON November 13, 1880 in Waynesboro, Wayne Co., TN.

Child of A
MMEY WILSON and JOSEPH GASTON is:
i. F
RANK4 GASTON, b. November 19, 1883, Piedmont, Wayne, Missouri.
 

17.
LORANZA AMAZIAR3 WILSON (JAMES HASTY2, SAMUEL1) was born April 01, 1866 in Munger, Reynolds Co., Missouri. He married MARY ELIZABETH HASTY December 23, 1885.

Child of L
ORANZA WILSON and MARY HASTY is:
i. D
AVID LORANZO4 WILSON, b. 1894, MO.; d. 1972, Reynolds Co., MO (Johnston's Shut-Ins St Park Pvt Cemetary; m. NELLIE MYRTLE WILLIAMS, June 13, 1920, Reynolds Co., MO.
 

18.
WILLIAM RILEY3 HILL (POLLY MARY2 WILSON, SAMUEL1) was born August 27, 1837 in Wayne County, TN, and died November 29, 1930 in Cantwell, MO (IOOF Cemetery). He married (1) MARY ELIZABETH SHY, daughter of ELI SHY and MARY SMITH. He married (2) LOUISA UNKNOWN.
 
Notes for W
ILLIAM RILEY HILL:
William lived in TN till he was almost 18 years of age, then coming to Reynolds County, Mo. to Upper Sinking Creek in the later 1850's with his mother, polly, who by the time William was a year old had remarried.
 
William was born and reared as a farmer and it was but natural that this line of endeavors should be chosen by him as his aim work in life. In Reynolds County, where he married and established his home, he became one of the leading farmers in the entire county at one time owning four farms, with combined acreage amounting to several hundred, all of which were well cared for and completely stocked. His herds of sheep, on more than one occasion, amounted to three to four hundred head with upwards of a hundred cattle and half as many horses and mules and large numbers of hogs, making up the total livestock which he owned and cared for.
 
After his first wife Mary Elizabeth died at the age of 24, William married four more times raising a total of 17 childred and outliving all four of this five wives.
 
William professed in Christ and united with the Baptist Church at the age of 21. He lived a life of dedicated Christian. His farm home was situated about six miles south of Centerville near highway 21. When adversity, brought about largely through his generosity in signing notes for friends, overcame him, he moved to St. Francois County and took up residence near his son. He lived for while on a farm and then later was employed by the St. Louis Smelting and Refining Works of National Lead Company. He operated a butcher shop in Esther and was a night watchman in Desloge for several years.
 
He was one of those old citizens of substantial character who helped shape the public affairs of his state and nation by Strick attendance to his duties and observance of the law of both God and man. He always had keen interest in public affairs

Children of W
ILLIAM HILL and MARY SHY are:
i. W
ILLIAM ADDISON4 HILL, b. June 13, 1866, Reynolds Co., MO; m. (1) MYRA HELVEY; m. (2) NANCY JOHNSON, December 21, 1888.
 
Notes for W
ILLIAM ADDISON HILL:
In the early 1900's Ad Hill lived on Webb Creek in Reynolds county with his family, moving to a location three miles east of Ellingtion about 1915, then moving a year later to what was called "Road Hollow" where he lived several years. Ad and Nancy were farmers, also raising goats, cattle and horses. Ad Hill was known for his breeding and trading horses.
 
Around the early 1930's, when Nancy's mother became an invalid, Ad and Nancy moved to her home in Dry Valley to care for Alvin, a brother. William Addison died at his home on Dry Valley and Nancy continued living on the farm with their son Arnold for several years. She became ill and was taken to a St. Louis hospital where she died.
 
ii. T
HOMAS ALFRED HILL.
iii. I
VA HILL.
 

19.
WILLIAM G.3 WILSON (RILEY2, SAMUEL1) was born November 08, 1859 in Clay, Tennessee, and died July 04, 1929 in Reynolds Co., MO(Pleasant Hill Cemetary). He married JENNIE E. PRATT March 16, 1882 in Reynolds Co., MO.
 
More About W
ILLIAM G. WILSON:
Occupation: Manager - Poor Home 1920 Census

Children of W
ILLIAM WILSON and JENNIE PRATT are:
i. R
ILEY LYNN4 WILSON, b. May 06, 1887, Reynolds Co., MO; d. November 03, 1962, Reynolds Co., MO; m. CORDELIA JOHNSON, March 02, 1907, Reynolds Co., MO.
ii. F
ANNIE AMELDA WILSON, b. August 1894, Reynolds Co., MO; m. (1) BENJAMINE BUMPUS; m. (2) WILLIAM MCNAIL; m. (3) LEM HELVY, December 18, 1904, Reynolds Co., MO.
 

20.
THOMAS NEWTON3 WILSON (WILLIAM WALLACE2, SAMUEL1)1 was born October 25, 1879 in Hardin, TN1, and died February 20, 1974 in Cleburne, TX (Rose Hill Cemetary)1. He married LILLIE BELLE UNDERWOOD December 22, 1910 in Jefferson, OK, daughter of JAMES UNDERWOOD and LOUISA MORRIS.
 
Notes for T
HOMAS NEWTON WILSON:
Moved to TX with parents in the fall of 1882
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Moved to TX with parents in the fall of 1882
 

Children of T
HOMAS WILSON and LILLIE UNDERWOOD are:
i. W
ILLIAM FRANCIS4 WILSON, b. October 24, 1911, Hill County, TX; d. July 20, 1992, Cleburne, Johnson County, TX; m. MARY ELIZABETH LAWSON, October 27, 1932, Cleburne, TX.
ii. C
LYDIE VIOLET WILSON, b. May 30, 1913, Hill County, TX; d. August 12, 1983, Cleburne, Johnson County, TX; m. JESSIE MACK CARROLL, 1933, Granbury, TX.
iii. R
AYMOND ROBERT WILSON, b. June 15, 1916, Hill County, TX; d. 1929, Johnson County, TX.
iv. J
IMMIE LUCILLE WILSON, b. November 07, 1918, Hill County, TX; m. RICHARD LAWRENCE EVERITT, May 22, 1935.
 

21.
CLAUDIUS BENNETT3 WILSON (WILLIAM WALLACE2, SAMUEL1)1 was born July 11, 1881 in Hardin County, TN.1, and died November 16, 1955 in Cleburne, TX (Cleburne Memorial Hospital)1. He married JESSIE IZORA JOHNSON December 25, 1910 in Johnson County, TX, daughter of JOHN JOHNSON and TEMPIE CASE.
 
More About C
LAUDIUS BENNETT WILSON:
Occupation: Farmer1
 
Notes for J
ESSIE IZORA JOHNSON:
Jessie was an orphan who had been placed in the home of John & Clementine (Gilmore) Peacock who lived just across the road from Con & Nina Gilmore where Claudius lived.
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Jessie was an orphan who had been placed in the home of John & Clementine (Gilmore) Peacock who lived just across the road from Con & Nina Gilmore where Claudius lived.
 

Children of C
LAUDIUS WILSON and JESSIE JOHNSON are:
i. E
THEL FLORENCE4 WILSON, b. December 26, 1911, Hill County, TX; d. July 22, 1999; m. DANIEL WALLACE GRIFFIN, September 26, 1932, Whitney, Hill County, TX.
ii. W
ILLIAM EARL WILSON, b. February 02, 1919, Hill County, TX; m. GLEN ROSE LUCUS, November 24, 1938, Glenrose, TX.
 
More About W
ILLIAM EARL WILSON:
Military service: WW II 990 1st Technical Service Unit
Occupation: Police Officer ( Retired) Dallas & Cleburne Police Depts
 
iii. J
ESSIE BELLE WILSON, b. December 05, 1921, Hill County, TX; m. CHARLES ANDREW SMITH, November 12, 1938, Sommerville County, Glenrose, TX.
iv. B
ENNETT ROSS WILSON, b. October 09, 1923, Hill County, TX; d. September 07, 1981, Cleburne, TX; m. MARTHA LOU BENTON, June 20, 1942.
 

22.
NINA DUREE3 WILSON (WILLIAM WALLACE2, SAMUEL1)1 was born November 21, 1884 in Bell County, TX1, and died February 20, 1968 in Cisco (Eastland) TX1. She married CONSTANT LEONARD GILMORE September 04, 1904 in Whitney, Hill County, TX.
 
Notes for C
ONSTANT LEONARD GILMORE:
Constant moved to Texas with his parents in 1889
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Constant moved to Texas with his parents in 1889
 

Children of N
INA WILSON and CONSTANT GILMORE are:
i. V
ERA IZORA4 GILMORE, b. March 18, 1908, Whitney, TX; d. October 26, 1909, Whitney, TX.
ii. W
ILLIAM DOYEL GILMORE, b. February 15, 1910, Whitney, TX; d. April 15, 1983, Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX; m. (1) JULIA EDITH AGNEW; m. (2) FRIEDA ELIZABETH JONES WEBB; m. (3) JANNETTE BIGGS.
iii. L
OIS OZELL GILMORE, b. August 29, 1914, Whitney, TX; m. AUBREY CARLTON HOLDER.
 

23.
LIZZIE LEONA3 WILSON (WILLIAM WALLACE2, SAMUEL1)1 was born September 14, 1886 in Bell County, TX1. She married FAYETTE HILL September 18, 1904 in Whitney, Hill County, TX.

Children of L
IZZIE WILSON and FAYETTE HILL are:
i. L
ILA4 HILL.
ii. V
ELMA MARIE HILL.
iii. L
ESLIE LEONARD HILL, b. October 13, 1918, Hill County, TX; d. August 29, 1980.
 
 
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