Wilkins Family History & Genealogy

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Most Common First Names

  • William 3.0%
  • John 2.9%
  • James 2.9%
  • Mary 2.1%
  • Robert 1.9%
  • Charles 1.7%
  • George 1.7%
  • Thomas 1.2%
  • Henry 0.8%
  • Richard 0.8%
  • Joseph 0.7%
  • Edward 0.7%
  • David 0.7%
  • Elizabeth 0.6%
  • Wilkins 0.6%
  • Margaret 0.6%
  • Willie 0.6%
  • Walter 0.5%
  • Frank 0.5%
  • Helen 0.5%

Wilkins Last Name History & Origin

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[deleted] My mother made this when I was growing up, and it was so sweet and so delicious. When I make it, it doesn't last long around my kitchen.

BANANA PUDDING

3 T. ALL PURPOSE FLOUR
DASH SALT
1 WHOLE EGG
3 EGG YOLKS
2 CUPS MILK
1/2 CUP SUGAR
1/2 TSP VANILLA EXTRACT
VANILLA WAFERS
5 TO 6 MEDIUM SIZE RIPE BANANAS

COMBINE 1/2 CUP SUGAR, FLOUR AND SALT IN TOP OF DOUBLE BOILER. MIX IN ONE WHOLE EGG AND 3 EGG YOLKS. STIR IN MILK. COOK, UNCOVERED, OVER BOILING WATER, STIRRING CONSTANTLY, UNTIL THICKENED. REMOVE FROM HEAT; ADD VANILLA. SPREAD SMALL AMOUNT ON BOTTOM OF 1 1/2 QT. CASSEROLE; COVER WITH A LAYER OF VANILLA WAFERS. POUR ABOUT 1/3 OF CUSTARD.TOP WITH A LAYER OF SLICED BANANAS. CONTINUE TO LAYER WAFERS, BANANAS AND CUSTARD TO MAKE 3 LAYERS OF EACH ENDING WITH CUSTARD. BEAT THE 3 EGG WHITES UNTIL STIFF, BUT NOT DRY; GRADUALLY ADD REMAINING 1/4 CUP OF SUGAR AND BEAT TIL MIXTURE FORMS STIFF PEAKS. PILE ON TOP OF PUDDING, COVERING ENTIRE SURFACE. BAKE IN PREHEATED OVEN AT 425 DEGREES 5 MIN. OR TIL DELICATELY BROWNED. SERVE WARM OR CHILLED.
Oct 24, 2004 · Reply
Amy Lemmer My Great Grandfather was murdered in Howe Oklahoma in 1921 his name was Adam Wilkins and he was married to Liffey Moore he had two sons Woody and Jeff. Liffey was indicted in the murder as was a neighbor named Humphrey, Adam was murdered in May and by Dec of that same year she married a man named Curtis. She died in 1934 and my father also Woodrow Wilkins but named "Joe boy" was born in 1935. Her sister Sopha lived to be over 100 years old and her Favorite niece Ola May Draper died just this year.Jeff never had any children, he was married to a woman named Opal and they adopted her nephew. My father was raised mostly by his white Grandma Pearl Jones, my Dads mom was Emily Jones she had 4 siblings Vernon, Helen, Bob and a baby named "tow" who was accidentally shot when she was just a baby.
The Wilkins family was Choctaw and the Jones were railroad men but not Choctaw as far as we know.
My Great Grandfather, was a law enforcement officer when he was killed, it was a brutal murder he was shot and his body thrown on the railroad track, Jeff was only 11 years old and was taken in to identify the body, my grandpa was only 5or6 years old.All this happened in Howe Oklahoma in the 1920's and 30's.
My Great grandfather was well educated and even worked as a translator. He was living and working in Shady Point when he married Liffey.
No one was ever convicted of his murder. The trial was so large that they moved it to the local theater as the court house was two small.
My father was born after his Grandma Liffey died, so he has no memory of her. During WW2 my Dad moved to Tulsa with his Mom and Aunt Helen and after the war they moved on to California landing in Bakersfield, that is where he met my Mother, Beverly Varner. My Dad had three children with my Mom, April, Aaron and me Amy Wilkins ( now Lemmer)
May 03, 2013 · Reply
Randy Ayers Woodrow (Woody) was my Grandmother's second husband, and his second wife. I have created an account here and placed pics of Adam, Liffie, Jefferson, and Woody on my account. I also have a [external link] account. [contact link]
Nov 10, 2015 · Reply