Last name: Wilson
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harold edward wilson
Ime from the Edward Wilson side from south ala & tex any info would be grate ..
I my name is theophilus Wilson.I am from jamaica,but i know that my family bloodline is scottish.Which of the three (wilson's bloodlines) i am related to,i don't know.I know my grand mother eutha martin is from scotland and my grandpa name is harold wilson.I don't know if he was born in Jamaica too.My grandpa and grandma was born around (1910-1920)
i would like to know about wm and sarah [moser] wilson children names and birth, i know they had eliza, and son henry , i know they had more. if anyone can help it truly be apperatives. also i need to find jane allen family i know her parent is john and mary annthat all i can find. thank you.
My name is Karl Wilson and this has been extremely helpful as one side is Wilson and the other martin
My grandmother was Catherine Mae Wilson
My Grandfather was a Wilson, born Tyrone County, town of Auger, Ireland, anyone have relations from there?
Hello I would love for someone to help me on the Wilson family tree. I live in TN and have always heard that we were from scottish/ Irish. I have called that number that does it free for all the movie stars and they said about $6000 greenbacks to start. Would rather go a cheaper route. Any Wilsons around this area would like to chat let me know. We still have the family reunions but getting smaller because the younger generation isnt interested. My email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Type in Wilson in subject so I know whats up. thanks
We belong to a very large family spread across many different countries. It would be great if we could find out just how large the family really is.
Sandra Barlow (Wilson family)
My Wilsons are all Scottish, Northern English with a splash of Irish. There are too many to number in the Border areas of Northumberland, so well worth checking there.
My grandfather was named Tony Wilson we are NC I am looking into my family history
Wilson name is a large clan in England / Scotland,and some other places.In Carlisle in the UK we have the birth place of President Woodrow Wilson.
Looking for information on Martha Ann Wilson and William Wilson, 1880's around Texas/Oklahoma area
Lisa William and Martha Ann are my great grandparents. I do have information if you would like to contact me. You can email me at email@example.com
My grand aunt told me my family history. maybe it will help. My great great great grand father Albert James Wilson was born around 1820-1830, he had two boys Albert James Wilson (1850 appr.) and Charles Wilson two years later. When they were in the 20's they both left and come to Jamaica. Albert when east and Charles when west (Charles history is lost but she told me that he when to america and got remarried around 1890s). Albert married (1880) and had 5 children. His wife died 15 years later around, the children from that marriage 3 boys 2 girls when to America and England. Albert got remarried 2 years later but she died 3 years after from child birth. By 1903, he was married again and had 7 children (4 boys, 3 girls). My great grand father was the first boy and was named after him. His siblings when all over the world especially to america (last girl is still alive and resides in Africa with her family). My great grandfather had 9 kids (4 boys and 3 girl). They resides everywhere.
I am apart of these trees and more. I have roots from Germany, Ireland, England and all over the USA. I'm sure I will find out a lot more during my research. If anyone who like to exchange information or find out if we connect please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have roots from Germany, Ireland, England and all over the USA. I have Wilson, Martin, Beckett, Stuchell, Mitchell and Whittles. I'm sure I will find out a lot more during my research. If anyone who like to exchange information or find out if we connect please email me at email@example.com. Not only am I interested in this but I was adopted and I always wanted to find out information. The cool thing is I am in contact with any biological members who have excepted me. I feel blessed having my Parents stand behind me in this journey and being supportive as well as understanding. Now I found out that I am a Wilson biological but a Wilson Family also adopted me! So my Dad, who adopted me, and I are trying to find out if it is the same Wilson Tree. Hope to hear from y'all soon! :-)
Just to say I am also a Wilson, My father, Grandfather - Charles Allen Wilson, Great Grandfather - John Galloway Wilson, My Great Grandfather John Galloway Wilson was married (My Great Grandmother) to Georgina Dutch Black Mercer Milne Wilson - 29th December 1939 they was married. They come from Leven in Scotland. And we have a family plot there also. Many of my family fled to America. I intend to do my family tree very soon. If you think you could be related to me email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My great grandfather, Thomas Wilson came to America from England (we think) some time in the Mid 1800's. Had been married in the New York state area when he first came but his first wife died supposedly having 2 children which he left behind. He eventually ended up in Wisconsin where my grandfather was born. Would like anyone to contact me who thinks they might be related through his first marriage. email@example.com
I was adopted ,my birth name being Frederick archer Wilson III. Know nothing about my father except his family had a summer home in Deal,N.J. I was born in 1923.Appreciate any leads on my family background
I know very little about but fathers side of the family. I'd love to know more. His name is James David Wilson b. 1914. He had a twin, John. Older brother Earl and younger brother Vernon. Earl married Mary Lee and had three children, Patsy, Annie Mae, and Frederick Earl. Vernon married Ray Nell Redd and had one child Michael Wayne Wilson. Grand parents were Joseph Daniel Wilson and Martha Ann (Annie) Wilson (Harris) All were born in Texas, Dallas for the most part.
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c s wilson
God bless you all.I'm looking for my half sister her name is nancy Wilson she is from north Carolina my father is from there too..If you know any of the Wilson's my father name is...wm h.Wilson he was married to Ms.Pauly gray nancy mother....I would really appreciate the help..God bless you all..Thanks again..h.w.Wilcoxs2132@gmail.com
atlanta georgia claire wilson
I don't really know much aboit my family history apart from. My grandma is Ann Yates and my grahead is George Wilson and they got married had 3 children David Wilson (born in redruth 1969) who is my father. Sarah and huw. Can one help me
I have recently been adopted and have been given the recent news that my father is dead all I know is that he was called Robert Wilson and I have a scrap book of my life but all the pictures are blury from tears and the information on my past family seems to have been ripped out I would appreciate some help... Thank you
My last name at birth was Wilson. My biological father was Charles Robert Wilson, but little can be found about him. I know his mother or grandmother's last name was Creech. Any info would be amazing as I'm trying to reach out to learn more about ancestry.
lm looking for information on a William Wilson mother was agnes Gibb father was john Wilson .this is true as the mother and her father took john to court to prove paternity which was done. William was born in Slamannon stirling shire to Agnes Gibb. But ganes and john never married agnes married a alexander Baxter. William is mentioned in a census as stepson to alexander but this is all l have on his till he is in Australia. Would like to hear from anyone that might be related to this William Wilson gibb.
Javier F. Wilson
I migrated to the U.S from Ecuador in 1973, my grandfather Hugo Wilson was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador as my father Ernesto Wilson. Many ask why do I have a surname of Wilson, and I'm from Ecuador out of all places. Can anyone shed some light into how Wilson migrated to the Western South America?