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The Wayne County, West Virginia Wilsons & their related families

James Everett Wilson

The Wayne County, West Virginia Wilsons & their related families

a genealogical history of progenitors James and Sarah (Mounts) Wilson and their descendants

by James Everett Wilson

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Published by Gateway Press, Please direct all correspondence and book orders to J.E. Wilson in Baltimore, MD, Dallas, TX .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wayne County (W. Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Wilson family.,
    • Wilson, James, 1767-1857 -- Family.,
    • Mount family.,
    • Wilson, Sarah Mounts, d. ca. 1865 -- Family.,
    • Wayne County (W. Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James Everett Wilson.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W75 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 988 p. :
      Number of Pages988
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3961618M
      LC Control Number2001135163
      OCLC/WorldCa48526167

      Wayne County Records, &c. Select another West Virginia County West Virginia Archivist: Connie Burkett To contact Connie, please type the e-mail address into a "mail form" The West Virginia genealogical records held here are for use by the general public. The West Virginia Historical Society Magazine welcomes manuscript submissions for publication consideration that deal with state or local history-related topics. Submissions, which should be of a length suitable for publication in the magazine and include citations of referenced materials, should be sent to the editor, West Virginia Historical.

      "Ferguson Family Genealogical History of Wayne County, West Virginia (Early Cabell and Kanawha, Virginia)." Evelyn Booth Massie, E.B. Massie, Samuel and Mary (Jameson) Ferguson () and descendants, also Joel Ferguson () and Daniel Ferguson () and descendants.   CRUM, — Nothing short of a nightmare, more than 40 members of a family tested positive for coronavirus after an infected relative from another state attended a funeral.

      Wayne County News Decem STURDY PIONEERS OF WAYNE COUNTY EULOGIZED BY Z. T. VINSON IN REMARKABLE WORD PICTURE. The following letter by one of Wayne county's most prominent sons performs the service of refreshing our minds to a new appreciation of the strong and sturdy stock of our forefathers who blazed the trails for the present generation. William Wayne Wilson is among the 8, American Gold Star casualties recorded in our archive with close ties to West is a substantial number of individuals who gave their lives in service to their .


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WilsonPages: Get this from a library. The Wayne County, West Virginia Wilsons & their related families: a genealogical history of progenitors James and Sarah (Mounts) Wilson and their descendants. [James Everett Wilson] -- James Wilson was born 22 Juneprobably in Virginia.

He married Sarah Mounts () in in Bath County, Virginia. They had thirteen children. Wayne County was formed by an act of the Virginia General Assembly Janu from parts of Cabell County. The county was named in honor of General "Mad" Anthony Wayne ().

The county was originally surveyed in October as bounty lands for Captain John Savage and the 60 men in his company for their services during the French. Index and images for will books from all 55 counties of West Virginia. Additional records will be added as they are completed.

West Virginia Will Books, — Biographies The following are just some of Wayne County, West Virginia's pioneers, politicians and other individuals. Following the names (if known) are years of birth and death (many of the biographies of individuals have been extracted from books published prior to the individual's death); birthplace; parents' names; occupation; spouse (including year of marriage); hometown (in Wayne County.

Early Land Grants and Settlers of West Virginia. Some history of early settlements and land grants in West Virginia by W. Laidly, Esq., who has devoted much study to the subject. A long list of names is given, perhaps most of the settlers of the time.

It is rare that so many names of the early settlers of any region can be gotten at this day. Wayne County, West Virginia was originally Wayne County, Virginia, which was created from part of Cabell County in The county was named for General "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Settlement. There was no white settlement in the area that became Wayne County until afterdue to the constant threat of Indian attack.

The area was made safe for white settlement in through the defeat of the. Register of Free Negroes and Mulattoes in Montgomery County, Virginia Register of Negroes and Mulattoes Montgomery County, IN Registry of Negroes and Mulattos,Vigo County, Indiana Slave Manumissions & Sales in Harford County Maryland Slave Information from Various Loudoun Co., VA Documents, 13 Dec to 30 June Housing units, July 1,(V)Owner-occupied housing unit rate, %: Median value of owner-occupied housing units, This book is soldiers that were in these wars and had some connection to Wayne Co.,WV.

We have their name, dates, marriages, parents, unit they were in and where buried. When we could find the information on them. It has pages and 10 pictures of headstones. Wayne Family Resource Network Inc., Wayne, West Virginia. likes 1 was here.

The Wayne Family Resource Network (FRN) is a group composed of families. This brief history has been gleaned from old family records, correspondence with other members, and histories of Ritchie, Barbour, Harrison and Randolph Counties, West Virginia.

The first known ancestor was David Wilson, who was born in Scotland about ; he had a son David, born aboutwho was forced to flee from Scotland to Ireland owing to his being on the losing side in.

Please note that this collection contains sensitive information about enslaved people. General Collection Information During the and United States Federal Censuses, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules.

The World’s largest gravesite collection. Contribute, create and discover gravesites from all over the world. Cemeteries in Wayne County, West Virginia, a Find A Grave.

Milton Jameson Ferguson was born near Cassville, Wayne County, Virginia (now West Virginia) in Friends and family called him by his middle name, Jameson. He was of Scots-Irish descent. His father, also named Milton J. Ferguson, owned a general store. He was described as “a studious young man, full of vim and vigor.”.

Many originated in or moved to Surry County, Virginia, where their deeds, marriage bonds, and wills were recorded in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. They were the Banks, Blizzard, Byrd, Charity, Chavis, Cornish, Debrix, Jeffreys, Kersey, Peters, Scott, Sweat, Tann, Valentine, Walden, and Wilson families.

Descriptions in the Surry County. William Homer Adkins 14 Apr Wayne County, West Virginia, United States - 22 Aug last edited 10 Jul Clarence Wendell Adkins 01 Oct Wayne County, West Virginia, United States - 28 .> Mr. Vinson was born in Wayne county, West Virginia, Februthe son of William and Jane (Chambers) Vinson, also natives of Wayne county.

The Vinson family is an old one in West Virginia, the original settlement and homestead being in the valley of Big Sandy river, overlooking the banks ot what is now Lawrence county, Kentucky.There has been some discussion on this subject through the publications of the West Virginia Historical Society and there may be more.

It is not now our purpose to continue here this discussion, but to speak by the records of those that were among the earliest, if not the first settlers.

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