125. Rev. Wilson
Bedwell139,165,166 was born
about 1801 in Grayson County, Virginia.104,139 He died before 1860.139 He was a farmer and a minister.
1824 Grayson County, Virginia tax list shows Wilson Bedwell with one white
tithe, one horse, and 12 cents tax.
1828 Grayson County, Virginia tax list shows Wilson Bedwell being taxed
one white tithe, but no horses.
1830 Census for Grayson County, Virginia shows Wilson Bedwell as head
of household consisting of: one male under 5 (probably Isaac); one male between
20-30 (probably Wilson); one female under 5 (probably Lucy); one female between
5-10 (probably Matilda); and one female between 20-30 (probably Patsy). They
do not own slaves.
1835 Grayson County, Virginia tax list shows William Bedwell with one
tithe and no horses.
1850 Census for Grayson County, Virginia, taken 2 Oct 1850, shows Wilson
Bedwell, 49, a farmer with $250 real estate, as head of household with: Patsy,
49; Lucy, 21; Isaac, 15, a laborer; Rosamond, 13; Sarah J., 11; and James, 9.
1860 Census for Grayson County, Virginia shows Martha Bedwell, 59, a house
keeper with $450 real estate and $115 assets, and: Sarah J., 22; and James, 21.
They live next to Dow Bedwell's and Isaac Bedwell's families.
"1863 Grayson County, Virginia, Land Tax List" has a listing
for The Estate of Wilson Bedwell, so he probably died before 1863. The Estate
held 50 acres of land in the Eastern District.
Rev. Wilson Bedwell and Sarah
(Patsy) Pool were married on 6 Dec 1822 in Grayson County, Virginia.139,165 Sarah
(Patsy) Pool139,165 was born about 1801 in Virginia.104 Rev. Wilson Bedwell and Sarah (Patsy) Pool had the