|Other titles||Wilson of Ohio|
|Statement||Robert E. Wilson.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Robert E. 1924-, Wilson, Robert E. 1924-, Wilson, Robert E. 1924-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W75 2002b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2004366082|
With Geneanet DNA, you can now know the family names and place names shared with your DNA relatives. Discover these new options The Wilson and related families of Ohio: Binegar, Bowers, Broomfield, Gibson, Hueston/Huston, Johnson of Ohio, Parks, Pressnell, Riddle, Sinden, Taylor, Wilson. Valentine C. Wilson, the son of Valentine and Nancy (ROBERTS) Wilson, was graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio with the class of The first classical graduate in his father’s family. He died on Aug , of epidemic dysentery. Jacob W. Wilson, son of Valentine and Nancy (Roberts) Wilson, resided at Summerford, Ohio. Genealogy of the Wilson-Thompson families: being an account of the descendants of John Wilson, of County Antrim, Ireland, whose two sons, John and William, founded homes in Bucks County, and of Elizabeth McGraudy Thompson, who with her four sons came from Ireland and settled in Bucks County about Pages: The Frosts and Related Families of Bedford County, Tennessee Author: Wright Wilson Frost: Published: Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Ohio Land Records. U.S., Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, 3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. origin This distinguished surname, having more than seventy Coats of Arms, and with as many notable entries in the "Dictionary of National Biography" is of early medieval English origin although recorded throughout the British Isles. It is a patronymic form of the male given name Will, itself a diminutive of William. Introduced into England by William, Duke of Normandy, and . acres Additional Armstrong Benjamin born brother buried Calif Cass Catherine Cemetery census showed Charles Church City Clary's Company continued cousin Daniel daughter David death died early Edward Eleanor Eliza Elizabeth End of section farm farmer father four Frances Frederick Co Md Frederick County Galloway George Greene Guernsey Henry. Known as The Key Pattern Book of William Wilson and Sons, Bannockburn, it lists thirty Highland clan tartans, thirteen family tartans, and twelve distinct, or general, tartans. A Wilson tartan is included among the family tartans and, originally known as ‘the Janet Wilson sett’ it was created for the wife of the founder of the Wilson company.
An excerpt from the book of the same name and the will of Christian Crose and documents filed in connection with its settlement. Submitted by Henry A. Hamann An Ermentraudt Family History The Ermentraudt - Armentrout Family and related families of Hardy County Submitted by Barbara Elaine Hays Clayton Fisher and Lawrence and Petty. Books/Monographs/Book with Film Green, Hiatt, Kuykendall and related families. John Clary arrived in Maryland in His descendant, Daniel Clary (ca. ca. ) married Eleanor Deveron about and died in Newberry County, South Carolina. Descendants moved from Maryland into Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Virginia and. Cleburne Huston, 2 books Joseph Gaston Baillie Bulloch, 1 book David Fairchild Houston, 1 book Margaret E. Houston, 1 book Lola L. Sorensen, 1 book Edith Houston Hurlbutt, 1 book Wilson, Robert E., 1 book Walter D. Galbraith, 1 book Rodgers, John, 1 book David E. Firestone, 1 book Ralph Henderson Shuffler, 1 book Francis Merton Marvin, 1 book. My known relative from Eastern Ohio is James Wilson b. d. He was born in Pennsylvania and and resided most of his life in Hubbard, Trumbull, OH where he and his wife are buried. He was married to a Louisa Lumm. b. d. My family .