Wilson Family History & Genealogy
Wilson Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Wilson family.
Wilson Biographies & Family Trees
Find birth, death records, and obituaries of Wilsons on AncientFaces:
Most Common First Names
- John 3.4%
- William 3.3%
- James 3.2%
- Robert 2.2%
- Mary 1.9%
- Charles 1.7%
- George 1.7%
- Thomas 1.3%
- Wilson 0.8%
- David 0.8%
Sample of 442,521 Wilsons bios
Wilson Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 324,505 people with the last name Wilson that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Wilson family on AncientFaces.
- Nathaniel Wilson lived 117 years
- Clemmie L Wilson lived 115 years
- Bettie R Wilson lived 116 years
- Emma Wilson lived 114 years
- Gertrude Wilson lived 112 years
- Ruby G Wilson lived 111 years
- Annie F Wilson lived 109 years
- Henrietta Wilson lived 108 years
- Adeline Wilson lived 108 years
- Mamie S Wilson lived 107 years
BESSIE HAD A PET PIG. WHEN GREATGRANDMOTHER SAMANTHA, WOULD PACK BESSIE'S LUNCH, SHE WOULD PACK ENOUGH FOOD FOR THE PIG ALSO. THE PIG WOULD ESCORT BESSIE TO SCHOOL. WHILE BESSIE WAS IN SCHOOL, THE PIG, WOULD WAIT OUT UNDER A NICE BIG SHADE TREE. EVERYONE WAS USE TO SEEING BESSIE AND THE PINK PIG, GO TO AND FROM SCHOOL. THIS HAD BECOME A NORMAL SIGHT IN THE COMMUNITY.
DURING RECESS TIME, BESSIE AND HER CLASSMATES, WOULD ALWAYS PLAY WITH THE PIG. THE PINK PIG, WAS VERY POPULAR, AND HAD MANY FANS AND ENJOYED MUCH POPULARITY. AT LUNCH TIME, BESSIE, WOULD TAKE HER LUNCH PAIL OUT TO THE NICE SHADE TREE, AND SIT WITH HER PINK PIG. THE PINK PIG AND BESSIE, WOULD HAVE LUNCH TOGETHER.
THIS IS A VERY CUTE STORY THAT BESSIE'S SON, JOHN TOLD ME. JOHN IS 87YRS OLD AND MY FATHER.
WE DO NOT KNOW WHAT HAPPEND TO THE PINK PIG. BESSIE WILSON, EVENTUALLY MARRIED A SCOT-ENGLISHMAN, ERNEST SHAW,MOVED BACK TO KANSAS, AND HAD NINE (9) CHILDREN. MY FATHER JOHN, WAS THE 8TH CHILD AND I AM THE OLDEST CHILD OF JOHN. I RE-ESTABLISHED THE ARKANSAS ROOTS, EIGHT YEARS AGO.
I HOPE YOU ENJOYED THIS STORY, AS MUCH AS I ENJOYED SHARING IT WITH YOU. I AM RESEARCHING ON THE CARLOCK, HORSLEY, SHAW, BRACKNEY, WILSON, HURLEY, WOODSIDE, GRIFFITH, CARPINO, DORMAN FAMILIES.
Meetings were held in the Rosander hall until the present Woodmen Hall was built in 1908.
To date there are nineteen adult members and five junior members. Officers are: Roy H. Wood, Consul: Alvin G. Wahlfeldt, Adviser; Dale Kingsbury, Sr., James Glover, Howard K. Wilson, Trustees; Henry J. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer.
Four members served in World War II; Roy H. Wood, Army; Robert Donahey, Army; Dale Kingsbury, Jr., Air Force; Ray K. Wilson, Navy.
Sun Flower Camp No. 9906, Royal Neighbors of America, was organized at Vale in August, 1925. It was transfered to Newell, Cactur Camp 6726 in 1935.
Taken from page 6 of the book "Cowboys and Sodbusters" written about 1968 by the people that lived in Vale, SD.
The twins, May and June died 6 to 8 months after they were born and Stella lived to be 25 years of age. My grand mother Mamie was married to Charles Thomas Butner in 1903 at Highland, Kansas. To this marriage 10 children were born, two children died early in their lives. Tom and Mamie's decendants now live thru out the United States-Kansas, Missouri,Michagen,Iowa, Nebraska,Alamaba,Virigina and Florida.
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