Beverly Portlock

AncientFaces Member since Jul 27, 2008

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See individual pictures for this family as they were taken from this photo. Parents, William H. Wilson and Sarah Ellen Wilkerson.
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William H. and Martha Wilson were twins, children of Washington Wilson and Allie Perkins. They were born 15 Dec. 1860 near Hutsonville, Crawford Co., IL....
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William H. and Martha Wilson were twins, children of Washington Wilson and Allie Perkins. They were born 15 Dec. 1860 near Hutsonville, Crawford Co., IL.
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Willis Wilson, son of Alfred Bradbury Wilson and Almeda Adeline Shew was born 20 Aug. 1891 in Hutsonville, Crawford Co., IL. He married Lois Walters 6 Oct....
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Washington Wilson was born about 1807 in Goldsboro, Wayne Co., S. Carolina. We have found no information about his parents or siblings. He married Allie...
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Tura Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of William H. Wilson and Sara Ellen Wilkerson was born 22 June 1888 in Oblong, Crawford Co., IL. She married William Walter...
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Thurman Allen Wilson, son of Alfred Bradbury Wilson and Almeda Adeline Wilson was born 9 Dec. 1887 in Hutsonville, Crawford Co., IL. He married Lillie Mae...
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The Wilsons - Silas, Luella, Cora Allice, Hallie and Emma Jane (Moody) Wilson.
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Silas Sylvester Wilson, son of Washington Wilson and Allie Perkins was born 4 April 1853 Northwest of Hutsonville, Crawford Co., IL. He married Emma Jane...
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Sarah Ellen Wilkerson, daughter of Jesse Wilkerson and Elizabeth A. McColpin was born 23 April 1865 in Martin Twp., Crawford Co., IL. She married William H....
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Beverly Portlock George Henry was born in New Albany, IN in 1825. His family was in Concordia, LA for a few years during the Civil War as a steam boat captain. Two children were born there. I have absolutely no information about his parents, so maybe there could be a connection somewhere along the line. The rest of his life before and after the Civil War was spent in and around Cincinnati. Bev. Portlock
Jan 26, 2012 · posted to the photo Priscilla Garner (Casey) Macy
Beverly Portlock Great-Great Grandmother Ross’s ((Cora Alice (Wilson) Ross)) CINNAMON NUTS From a cookbook compiled by Santa Ynez Valley Presbyterian Ladies Aid; 1947 (Grandma Ross’s church, Solvang, California) Cora Ross contributed many recipes to this book that I have enjoyed, and became “old faithfuls”. She Died in 1947. Bev. Portlock 2 cups sugar 1 ½ tsp. Salt ½ cup water 2 tsp. Cinnamon 2 tsp. Vanilla abt. 12 oz. Walnut halves (takes a lg. Bag) Cook until a thread (238*), add nuts, stir until it crystallizes -- spread on buttered plate. I have to keep making lots of Cinnamon Nuts during the holiday, they are so popular!
Aug 06, 2008 · posted to the surname Ross