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George Albert Williamson
Marriage*: Principal=Florence Grace Agnes Vallentine
Birth*: 1880
Death*: 1923

Family:

Florence Grace Agnes Vallentine b. 1880, d. 1963

Children:

Thelma Williamson+ b. 1914, d. 2000

Jennie Williamson
Birth*: 22 September 1854
Marriage*: 6 April 1885, Medford, Massachusetts, Principal=Charles Frederick Oulton

Family:

Charles Frederick Oulton b. 24 May 1857

Julia Williamson
Birth*: 1873
Death*: 28 July 1916, Croalchapel
Marriage*: 2 June 1956, Principal=Robert George Marchbank

Family:

Robert George Marchbank b. 11 March 1919, d. 14 October 1984

Children:

Margaret Elizabeth Marchbank+
Robert Marchbank b. Mar 1900, d. 6 May 1900
George Marchbank b. Jan 1904, d. 27 Dec 1904
James Burgess Marchbank b. 1906, d. 26 Feb 1931

Marjorie Ellen Williamson
Marriage*: 25 January 1891, Queens County, Principal=George Wentworth Slocum

Family:

George Wentworth Slocum b. 1868, d. 1957

Mary Sue Williamson
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Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 1 August 1937, Cumberland, Bourke Co, AUS
Death*: 5 October 1993, Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia

Parents:

Father: Frank Shaver Williamson b. 18 August 1900, d. 22 December 1977
Mother: Edith Henrietta Getman b. 11 April 1899, d. 14 April 1988

Richard Douglas Williamson
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Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 14 December 1929, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts
Marriage*: 2 July 1955, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Principal=Eleanor Marie Bedard
Death*: 19 July 1973, Creve Coeur, St Louis MO

Parents:

Father: Frank Shaver Williamson b. 18 August 1900, d. 22 December 1977
Mother: Edith Henrietta Getman b. 11 April 1899, d. 14 April 1988

Family:

Eleanor Marie Bedard b. 4 February 1928, d. 9 February 1994

Thelma Williamson
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Birth*: 1914
Marriage*: 19 April 1938, Morham, East Lothian, Scotland, Principal=William Logan Marjoribanks
Death*: 2000

Parents:

Father: George Albert Williamson b. 1880, d. 1923
Mother: Florence Grace Agnes Vallentine b. 1880, d. 1963

Family:

William Logan Marjoribanks b. 1910, d. 1991

Bess Blanche Willis
Marriage*: Principal=William Gunther McCullan
Note*: !ID= UN 746
Birth*: 1886

Family:

William Gunther McCullan b. 1889, d. 1958

Cissy Willis
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Birth*: 28 December 1886

Parents:

Father: Nicholas George Willis b. 28 April 1861, d. 28 May 1908
Mother: Margaret Mitchell Muirhead b. 22 April 1865, d. 30 January 1954

Esther Mae Willis
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Note*:
Death*: 1904
Birth*: 1904

Parents:

Father: Herbert Willis
Mother: Annie May Dolten b. 1869, d. 1937

Henry Willis
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Peace

Family:

Mary Peace

Children:

Rachel Willis+ b. 1680, d. 31 Aug 1759

Herbert Willis
Marriage*: Principal=Annie May Dolten

Family:

Annie May Dolten b. 1869, d. 1937

Children:

Esther Mae Willis b. 1904, d. 1904

James Willis
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Birth*: 1 December 1884, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Marriage*: 1910, Tynemouth (sp)?, Principal=Elizabeth Wakefied
Immigration: 26 March 1927, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Immigration*: 26 March 1927, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada
Death*: 23 April 1969, North Cowichan, British Columbia, Canada

Parents:

Father: Nicholas George Willis b. 28 April 1861, d. 28 May 1908
Mother: Margaret Mitchell Muirhead b. 22 April 1865, d. 30 January 1954

Family:

Elizabeth Wakefied b. circa 1887, d. 10 June 1973

James Willis
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Occupation*: Hetton-le-Hole, Sunderland County, England, Timber merchant
Marriage*: Principal=Margaret Heads
Death*: 29 July 1896
Burial*: Hetton-le-Hole, Sunderland County, England

Parents:

Father: Nicholas Willis d. after 1880
Mother: Ann Elliott

Family:

Margaret Heads

Children:

Nicholas George Willis+ b. 28 Apr 1861, d. 28 May 1908

Mary Willis
Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: May 1800
Marriage*: 19 June 1825, Washington Co., Ohio, Principal=Smith Bartlett

Family:

Smith Bartlett b. 22 March 1800, d. 18 November 1870

Children:

Lucinda Bartlett b. 12 Sep 1825, d. 18 Dec 1867
John W. Bartlett b. 10 Aug 1828, d. UNKNOWN
Sarah A. Bartlett b. 25 Jul 1830, d. 26 May 1864
Harriet Bartlett b. Sep 1833, d. 28 Sep 1852
Sylvester Bartlett b. 8 Mar 1838, d. UNKNOWN

Nicholas Willis
Occupation*: Sea View Sawmills, Hetton le Hole, England, Timber Merchant, joinery & cartwright business
Note*: Moved to Great Eppleton Farm at age 3. From the Sunderland Echo newspaper, 21 April 1960 Page 6: 'Joseph G. Willis inherited this business from his father Nicholas Willis whose father (also Nicholas Willis) in 1812 head a 250 acre farm at Eppleton which was once part of the Mascall estate. As far as I can trace, this branch of the Willis family came originally to Hetton from Lanchester. - C.A. Smith'
Marriage*: Dalton le Dale Church, England, Principal=Ann Elliott
Death*: after 1880
Burial*: the Churchyard, Hetton le Hole, England

Family:

Ann Elliott

Children:

James Willis+ d. 29 Jul 1896

Nicholas George Willis
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Note*: Excerpt from Sunderland Echo, 12 May 1960: 'Nicholas or 'Nippy' Willis, as we called him, ran the farm behind the sawmills and at Lyons at the time. One of the fields was called the Brigade Field because the C.L.B. football eleven played there. Quoit matches were sometimes held there, and where, I remember, that Mr W.W. Lamb, R.S. Magee, E. Greenhow and Mr. Backwith practised clay pigeon shooting'
Nickname: Nippy
Birth*: 28 April 1861
Marriage*: 14 August 1884, Branxton, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Margaret Mitchell Muirhead
Death*: 28 May 1908
Burial*: Hetton-le-Hole, Sunderland County, England

Parents:

Father: James Willis d. 29 July 1896
Mother: Margaret Heads

Family:

Margaret Mitchell Muirhead b. 22 April 1865, d. 30 January 1954

Children:

James Willis+ b. 1 Dec 1884, d. 23 Apr 1969
Cissy Willis b. 28 Dec 1886

Rachel Willis
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Capt. John Seaman

Birth*: 1680
Marriage*: 9 October 1695, Henry Willis' house, Westbury, Queens (now Nassau) County, New York, Principal=Nathaniel Seaman
Death*: 31 August 1759, Westbury, Queens (now Nassau) County, New York

Parents:

Father: Henry Willis
Mother: Mary Peace

Family:

Nathaniel Seaman d. 9 October 1757

Children:

Hezekiah Seaman+ b. 4 May 1711, d. b 2 Oct 1786

Sarah Willis
Note*: Sarah Willis, daughter of Henry and Phebe (Pease) (Mary Pease accordingto Hinshaw and LDS), married John Titus on 9 Oct 1695 at the home of herfather she b. 6 Jul 1671 (May 5 according to LDS) in London, England.died 1 Mar 1730 and married 2nd Mary, widow of John Smith of Hampsteadand daughter of Thomas and Mary Seaman, on 7 Mar 1732. John Smith died 4Jan 1781. Part of John Titus's will reads: 'I leave to my wife Mary allthe rest of my household goods and 30 pounds, now in the hands of my sonWilliam, also a Negro woman, during her life or widowhood, and then to besold and the money to be payed to my son, Richard.'
Birth*: 6 July 1671, London, England
Marriage*: 9 October 1695, At the home of her father, Principal=John Titus
Death*: 1 March 1729/30, London, England

Family:

John Titus b. 29 April 1672, d. 4 March 1749/50

Children:

Jacob Titus+ b. 1 Jul 1703, d. Aug 1792

Nellie Violet Williston
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Charles Moran Dickison d. Deceased

Gordon Michael Willits
Birth*: 11 March 1943, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Death*: 19 February 1962, Germany, Accidentally killed in Germany as a member of the U.S. Army

Mary Willocot
Marriage*: Principal=Samuel Dennis
Birth*: 1801
Death*: 1869

Family:

Samuel Dennis b. 1792, d. 20 June 1868

Children:

Mary Jane Dennis+ b. 1827, d. 1893

Caroline Grace Willrett
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 23 February 1868, Dekalb Co, Illinois
Marriage*: 10 February 1891, Principal=Frank S Corey
Death*: 30 September 1942

Family:

Frank S Corey b. 27 September 1861, d. 9 December 1933

Children:

Dorothy Corey b. 30 Jan 1892, d. 3 Mar 1978
Marion Julia Corey b. 13 Jun 1895
Helen Grace Corey+ b. 21 Jun 1901, d. 13 Sep 1983

Carrie Hunter Willson
Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: dau. of Zachary & Eliose (Morgan) Willson

Earl Russel Willson
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Note*: Earl Russel Willson was born March 26, 1897 at the River Ranch, CrookCounty, Wyoming. When he was young, he and Nena would stake off widthswhile their father, by hand, broadcast grain, wheat, oats and barley froma sack on his shoulder. Grain bundles were put in stacks. Too young tothrow the bundles up, Earl was taught by his father to stack the bundlesin the precise manner to hold the stack while his father threw thebundles up to him. Jay Bush and Earl were horse racing when a cow boltedand ran into Earl, injuring his foot. It was out of joint 23 days. Onthe steps, he stepped down and it snapped back into place. Earl was a World War I Veteran, discharged 1918. He tells of homesteading on the Belle Fourche River, north of his father's ranch which helater took over and ran till his retirement. He also bought Fred's placewhich bordered on the pasture land. Earl wanted to build a log house onhis homestead. His father taught him how to use the broadaxe to preparethe logs. Married Beatrice Lillian Chittim September 6, 1920 at BelleFourche. To this union three children were born, William Earl, VirginiaNeil and Lois Belle. They grew up on the River Ranch. During thedrought in the 1930's, making a living was a problem for everyone. Toeat, a garden and canning were essential. The Belle Fourche River wasdown to a trickle. Bill hitched up the team to a wagon, loaded barrels,dug a hole in the river, and as it filled with water, he dipped it up andfilled the barrels. Everyone helped to hand water the garden. A milkcow was given special care to keep her going. Range cattle got thistlehay (tumbleweed) cut green and salted. This account is found on page 224 in the book, 'Hulett Area Past AndPresent' Compiled, Published and Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc. Printed by Sand Creek Printing, Belle Fourche, SouthDakota. 1885-1985.
Birth*: 26 March 1897, River Ranch, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 6 September 1920, Belle Fourche, Butte County, South Dakota, U.S.A., Principal=Beatrice 'Bea' Lillian Chittim

Parents:

Father: Edward Douglas Willson b. 11 September 1847, d. 20 April 1922
Mother: Mary Belle 'Belle' Baxter b. 28 March 1864, d. 28 August 1944

Family:

Beatrice 'Bea' Lillian Chittim b. 19 August 1899, d. 22 June 1969

Edward Douglas Willson
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Burial*: Lot 31, Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Note*: Edward Douglas Willson and older brother Walt left New York State andheaded west. In 1874 they left Missouri for Denver, Colorado State.Arriving there with no money and no food for several days. In the fallof 1876 they arrived at Deadwood, Dakota Territory. They had traveledwith a small wagon train from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Two days out Indianskilled the train's hunter. Walt, age 16, took over this job. Ed andWalt hauled freight from Cheyenne to Deadwood. The roads were meretrails so they made out best they could. Going down the steep hill intoDeadwood, they would cut a medium size tree, fasten the top to the backof the wagon. The branches would catch and drag, making a brake for theloaded wagon. One of their night stops was at Squawman Dutton Ranch. Onone trip with a load of whiskey in barrels, a wheel broke before theyreached the Dutton place. Being late, they decided to camp there for thenight. Next morning they rode to Dutto's to get a wheel, only to findthe place burned and the people killed by the Indians. Walt and Ed worked at the Homestake Mine when it first opened. In 1877Ed homesteaded on Falsebottom Creek (near St. Orge). It was fifteenmiles north of Deadwood. Walt tried to homestead but kept being put offbecause he was too young. To protect their horses, they built a barn upa brushy draw. (In 1970 Ed's son, Earl Willson, found on Falsebottomwhere the homestead should have been, a brushy draw with a hole back inthe bank with the walls rocked up. He took this to be the same barn.) The Indians rode around and around their place several times but neverbothered them. To cut hay, they dug rifle pits where one man would sitwith a rifle while the other cut hay. A precaution to prevent Indiansfrom killing them. Indian humor comes out in the story. Ed told abouttwo friends who were holding a large horse herd where theSpearfish-Deadwood highways meet. Only one man had a pistol. He wentdown the Creek to hunt for food. He met 16 Sioux Indians who laughed andheld up their hands and said 'how' as they went on toward the horseherd. The man ran back to his partner, but there wasn't anything theycould do. Looking up they could see about 50 Indians in silhouette onthe skyline of the two big hills to the east and west of them. The 16Indians cut the herd for the horses they wanted and left. They wouldlaugh and say 'How' each time they would come close to the men. Ed sold his homestead to Fogelsong. He and Walt rode into the valley onthe Belle Fourche River in the fall of 1882. The native grass wasstirrup high. This was the place they were looking for. Walthomesteaded, now being of age. Yiu can still see the dugout they livedin that first winter. It is about a mile south of the house on the southside of a hill looking down on the river. The house they built of logsis a part of the present house. They had to remove teepee poles to farmthe fields, as this had been Indian campground. When they first startedto farm they didn't have a harrow, so they tied thorn bushes together anddragged them over the plowed ground to smooth it. There were three otherranches in the country at that time. Jerry Bush, Campstool and T-Cross-Ton Beaver Creek. Ed an Walt made several trips to Missouri to buy cattle. In the fall of1886 they had 600 head. That winter the snow was deep and thetemperatures very cold. They had cut lots of hay on the meadows to theeast and above Hulett. Because of the extreme cold, they dug back into ahaystack to make a place for late calves, then closed the front withhay. The calves still froze. The stock froze where they stood. In thespring there were one hundred and thirty head of stock left. Walt wentto work as a representative for the Campstool Ranch. The water in theriver was very high when Ed went to cross, it floated the wagon box offand down the river. At the same time uncoupled the reach, turning therear wheels loose. Ed drove the team and front wheels to dry land andhad to swim back for the rear wheels. He had bought the first grainbinder in the country. At Preacher Wood's place on Beaver Creek theybound the grain and left the machine in the center of the field. Being agood year, there was a great deal of grain. The shocks of grain were soclose together they couldn't get the machine out without making a pathfor it. When there was a threshing machine, it took a month of exchangework to do everyone's grain. The threshing machine was round, four orsix teams would walk around it turning the gears. It was called ahorse-powered grain separator. It took a crew of 20 or more men, one mandriving the teams, two men fed bundles on either side, each had a boycutting the binder twine. The grain came out in one half bushel measuresinto sacks. The sacks were hauled to a granary and dumped. The strawwent out an elevator to be stacked, usually by kids because it was sodirty a job. Ed married Mary Belle Baxter on January 1, 1888 at the home of herparents at the Riverdale Ranch and Post Office on the Belle Fourche Riverin Crook County. Her parents were Joseph Henry and Susan Ellen (Massey)Baxter. A minister was to have come the eighty miles but sent word hewas ill. Even 40 below, John Pearson was happy to come and perform thewedding ceremony. Edward Douglas Willson was born September 11, 1847 near Jamestown,Chautauqua County, New York at the family ranch. He died April 20,1922at the River Ranch, Crook County, Wyoming at age 74. He is buried at theHulett Cemetery. Ed loved to garden. He planted a large orchard ofcherry, apple, plum and pear trees. Raised raspberries and strawberries,as well as a very early and beautiful garden. He enjoyed fishing andliked to take a camp outfit to Sand Creek (Beulah) to fish for trout. Edadded an upstairs and kitchen onto his house, much as it stands today.Ed and Belle had four children, Frederick Joseph, Nina Baxter, EarlRussell and Sidney Edward. This account is found on page 223 in the book, 'Hulett Area Past AndPresent' Compiled, Published and Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc. Printed by Sand Creek Printing, Belle Fourche, SouthDakota. 1885-1985.
Birth*: 11 September 1847, near Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1 January 1888, Riverdale Ranch, on the Belle Fourche River, Crook County, Wyoming., Principal=Mary Belle 'Belle' Baxter
Death*: 20 April 1922, River Ranch, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Russell Willson b. circa 1800
Mother: Cordedlia Catherin Schoonmacher

Family:

Mary Belle 'Belle' Baxter b. 28 March 1864, d. 28 August 1944

Children:

Frederick 'Fred' Joseph Willson+ b. 16 Feb 1890, d. Jun 1976
Nena Baxter Willson+ b. 8 Jan 1895, d. Feb 1968
Earl Russel Willson+ b. 26 Mar 1897

Edward Pollock Willson
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Marriage*: UNKNOWN, Mynard, Nebraska, U.S.A., Principal=Bessie Tubbs
Birth*: 4 February 1886, Jamestown, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Lewis 'Louis' Willson b. 10 July 1845
Mother: Lizzie Weight d. 1922

Family:

Bessie Tubbs d. 24 December 1969

Children:

Zeta Willson+ b. 1909

Ella Willson
Burial*: Laid to rest next to her twin brother, Ernest R.
Note*: Ella Willson and twin brother, Ernest R. were born in New York. Theirparents, who were of English descent had eight children. Their father, aturner, made all kinds of fancy tops, legs, and decorations for furnitureand house trim. Ella married in 1875, at Rock Port, Missouri, to EzekleColvin, who owned a farm and raised cattle. See more about Ezekle. In the fall of 1880 Ella and her son, Ben, accompanied her brothers,Walter and Ernest to the Black Hills. There Ella established a boardinghouse for miners and prospectors at Strawberry Gulch. The week before Christmas 1882, Ella and Ben started east on the Chicagoand Northwestern Railroad to visit relatives. A heavy snow storm causedthem to be snowbound at Pierre, South Dakota for several days. Whileconfined in Pierre, Ben became very ill with pneumonia. Albert Pollockcame to Deadwood, South Dakota, in 1877 from Nova Scotia, and was theproprietor of the first established photograph gallery in the town. Hewas en route home for the holidays, and also became marooned in Pierre.Albert and Ella became acquainted and he was good help in caring for hersick son. When the train returned to Deadwood, they decided to go backwith it. On the 6th of September, 1883 they were married in Deadwood, byR.H. Dallivin, a Methodist minister. Albert and Ella took their weddingtrip to Nova Scotia via boat from New York. They spent a month or so withhis relatives, and were given a set of Syracuse china. In the fall of 1886, they sold the photography shop and moved to Wyoming.Albert Pollock filed on a homestead on the Belle Fourche River, threemiles below Hulett, Wyoming. He and his brother-in-law, Warter Willson,bought cattle to stock the ranch. In the terrible winter of 1886 and1887, when cattle froze to death near hay stacks, they lost all but fortyhead. Albert and Ella lived on the homestead until 1897 when they sold to Mr.Soyster, and moved back to Deadwood, South Dakota. Albert passed away in August, 1899, after nearly two years of sufferingfrom cancer. He was a Mason and a member of the Ancient Order of UnitedWorkmen. Ella Pollock continued to live in deadwood until February 1927, when shemoved to Alva, Wyoming to make her home with her son Ben and Lana. Shepassed away the 17th of April, 1927, and was laid to rest in the AlvaCemetery beside her twin brother, Ernest R. Willson. Ella Covin Pollockwas proud of her handsome Point Lace which was exhibited at the 1893Word's Fair. This account was copied from 'Pioneers Of Crook County 1876-1920, byCrook County Historical Society, Crook County, copyright 1981, on page398 & 399.
Event-Misc*: Alva Cemetery, Alva, Crook Co., South Dakota, Type: Fact #1
Birth*: New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1875, Rock Port, Atchison County, Missouri, U.S.A., Principal=Ezekle Colvin
Marriage*: 6 September 1883, Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota, U.S.A., Principal=Albert Pollock
Death*: 17 April 1927, Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Family 1:

Marriage*: 1875, Rock Port, Atchison County, Missouri, U.S.A., Principal=Ezekle Colvin

Ezekle Colvin d. 1879

Children:

Benjamin Russel Pollock Colvin+ b. 18 Dec 1877, d. Jul 1962
Benjamin Russel Pollock Colvin+ b. 18 Dec 1877, d. Jul 1962

Family 2:

Marriage*: 6 September 1883, Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota, U.S.A., Principal=Albert Pollock

Albert Pollock d. August 1899

Frederick 'Fred' Joseph Willson
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Burial*: Lot 31, Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Note*: Frederick 'Fred' Joseph Willson was born February 16, 1890 at the RiverRanch, Crook County, Wyoming. Attended by his grandmother Susan (Massey)Baxter and her sister Elizabeth (Massey Pannell. Died June 1977 at age86. Married Matilda Koethe January 27, 1917 and divorced. He marriedThursday Grant August 15, 1935. Fred was a rancher and blacksmith atHulett. In 1936 Fred and Thursday moved to Idaho. In Elk River, Fredlogged and worked for the Highway Department. In 1948 moved toHarrison. Retired there in 1955. Requested that at his death his ashesbe scattered over the mountains where he loved to camp and hunt. Aheadstone was placed by his parents at the Hulett Cemetery. From hisfirst marriage, Fred had one son, Russell Irwin Willson. This account is found on page 223 in the book, 'Hulett Area Past AndPresent' Compiled, Published and Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc. Printed by Sand Creek Printing, Belle Fourche, SouthDakota. 1885-1985.
Birth*: 16 February 1890, River Ranch, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 27 January 1917, Principal=Matilda Koethe
Death*: June 1976

Parents:

Father: Edward Douglas Willson b. 11 September 1847, d. 20 April 1922
Mother: Mary Belle 'Belle' Baxter b. 28 March 1864, d. 28 August 1944

Family:

Matilda Koethe

Harry Willson
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Birth*: 1877, near Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1901, Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A., Principal=Ida' Belle' Belle Wheaton

Parents:

Father: Lewis 'Louis' Willson b. 10 July 1845
Mother: Anna Gibson d. 1883

Family:

Ida' Belle' Belle Wheaton b. 1886

Jessie Willson
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Birth*: Jamestown, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Lewis 'Louis' Willson b. 10 July 1845
Mother: Anna Gibson d. 1883

Lewis 'Louis' Willson
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Birth*: 10 July 1845, near Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1876, Jamestown, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Anna Gibson
Marriage*: 1884, Jamestown, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Lizzie Weight

Parents:

Father: Russell Willson b. circa 1800
Mother: Cordedlia Catherin Schoonmacher

Family 1:

Anna Gibson d. 1883

Children:

Jessie Willson
Jessie Willson
Harry Willson b. 1877
Harry Willson b. 1877

Family 2:

Lizzie Weight d. 1922

Children:

Edward Pollock Willson+ b. 4 Feb 1886

Nena Baxter Willson
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Note*: Nena Baxter Willson was born January 8, 1895 at the Riverdale Ranch,Crook County, Wyoming. She died February 1968 at Buffalo, Wyoming at age73. She married Victor A. Suhr in 1922. Nena stayed with her aunt, NenaBaxter, and attended college at Fayetteville, Arkansas. She also went toStanford University in California. Nena taught in the grade school inBuffalo, Wyoming for many years till her retirement. She loved to beoutdoors gardening. Her flowers and garden were well known. Nena'smother, Belle, lived with her for many years. Vick had a Texaco gas andbulk station for many years. Later sold and bought a ranch betweenBuffalo and the Big Horn Mountains on Clear Creek. Nena and Vick had oneson, Richard Harris, born April 17, 1933 at Buffalo, Wyoming. Dick was aNavy pilot in the Korean War, later becoming a commercial pilot forNorthwest Airlines and now an overseas pilot. He lives in Seattle,Washington. He was married and has two daughters. When Dick was smallhe was very attached to his grandmother and called her 'Mucco.' Nenaremembered Fred playing with his dad's cavalry sabre. One day he stuckhimself in the leg with it. The sabre now belongs to her son, Dick.Also of when Earl was small, she'd often have to grab his dress to keephim from tumbling into the river. This account is found on page 224 in the book, 'Hulett Area Past AndPresent' Compiled, Published and Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc. Printed by Sand Creek Printing, Belle Fourche, SouthDakota. 1885-1985.
Birth*: 8 January 1895, Riverdale Ranch, on the Belle Fourche River, Crook County, Wyoming.
Death*: February 1968, Buffalo, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Edward Douglas Willson b. 11 September 1847, d. 20 April 1922
Mother: Mary Belle 'Belle' Baxter b. 28 March 1864, d. 28 August 1944

Russell Willson
Note*: Russel Willson was born early 1800 in the United States. MarriedCordelia Catherin Schoonmacher. She was Holland Dutch and he was Welch.They lived at Jamestown, Chautauga County, New York. To this union wereborn eight children: Louis, born July 10, 1845; Edward, born September11, 1847; and Walter, the youngest, May 18, 1860. Russell Willson in 1849 went from New York to California to the goldfields. There is a letter he wrote to his wife from Sacramento. He issaid to have formed the New York Volunteers and joined the Union Army tofight in the Civil War. Louis, age 18, and Edward, age 16, joined theUnion Army, Company C, 9th Regiment of New York Calvary on February 15,1864 at Jamestown. They had been trying to join for two years but wereturned away as too young. Later discharged July 17, 1865 in Virginia atthe end of the war. They were under General Sheridan and General Shermanon the march 'from Atlanta to the Sea.' They entered the war at theBattle of the Wilderness, fighting in the thick timber caused many smallfires to start. Smoke and fire made fighting more difficult. Ed told ofbeing behind a stump for protection with another man, when this mandidn't answer, Ed looked around to see him with a bullet hole between theeyes. Decided it wasn't safe there, reached up to grasp a sapling,bullets almost cut the sapling in two, so he just settled back down.Living conditions on the march to the sea very often were very bad.Sometimes they had nothing. When night came they would wrap the reinsaround their hands and lay on the ground in front of their horses tosleep. They ate when they could find something. To prevent the enemyfrom using the railroad rails, the soldiers would pry loose the railroadrails, heat them in a fire and bend around a tree. Ed helped float lografts, loose logs fastened together, down the Alleghenies River, Ohio andMississippi to St. Louis. This account is found on page 222 in the book, 'Hulett Area Past AndPresent' Compiled, Published and Distributed by Hulett Area SeniorCitizens, Inc. Printed by Sand Creek Printing, Belle Fourche, SouthDakota. 1885-1985.
Marriage*: Principal=Cordedlia Catherin Schoonmacher
Birth*: circa 1800, United States of America

Family:

Cordedlia Catherin Schoonmacher

Children:

Lewis 'Louis' Willson+ b. 10 Jul 1845
Edward Douglas Willson+ b. 11 Sep 1847, d. 20 Apr 1922
Walter Munn Willson+ b. 18 May 1860, d. 26 Jan 1931

Walter Munn Willson
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Birth*: 18 May 1860, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 4 June 1904, Principal=Bertha Gerrans
Death*: 26 January 1931

Parents:

Father: Russell Willson b. circa 1800
Mother: Cordedlia Catherin Schoonmacher

Family:

Bertha Gerrans d. 21 February 1961

Zeta Willson
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Birth*: 1909, on ranch at Beaver Creek, near Alva, Crook County, Wyoming, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Edward Pollock Willson b. 4 February 1886
Mother: Bessie Tubbs d. 24 December 1969

Anne Wilmont
Marriage*: Principal=William Bonnel-Bunnell

Family:

William Bonnel-Bunnell

Children:

Benjamin Bunnell+ b. 1690

Catherine Wilneff
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Reuben Beck d. Deceased

Children:

Minnie Elizabeth Beck+ b. 16 Jan 1890, d. 13 Nov 1923

Mary Wilocot
Marriage*: Principal=Samuel Dennis

Family:

Samuel Dennis

Children:

Agnes Louise Dennis+ b. 1833, d. 1919

? Wilson
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Isaiah Coutant d. Deceased

Children:

Isaac Coutant+ b. 16 Feb 1796, d. 23 Dec 1874

Adelaide Idella Wilson
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Lincoln Abraham Hagerty d. Deceased

Children:

Paul Lincoln Hagerty+ b. 20 Jun 1896, d. 3 Dec 1961

Agnes Wilson
Birth*: 1784, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Marriage*: Principal=Thomas Cairns
Death*: October 1842, North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island
Burial*: the North Bedeque Cemetery, North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island

Family:

Thomas Cairns b. 1783, d. 3 January 1863

Children:

Thomas Cairns+ b. 1812, d. 18 May 1881
Elizabeth Cairns+ b. 29 Aug 1814, d. Dec 1886
Mary Cairns b. 28 Mar 1817
Agnes Wilson Cairns+ b. 14 Jul 1820, d. 30 Mar 1889
Mary Cairns+ b. 10 Oct 1823, d. 1915
John Cairns b. 1826, d. 1916
Janet Cairns b. 26 Jan 1827
William Wilson Cairns+ b. 4 Mar 1830, d. 16 Apr 1914

Albert Wilson
Marriage*: Principal=Florence Burgher

Family:

Florence Burgher

Children:

Glenn W. Wilson+ b. 1913, d. 1959

Alice Wilson
Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: by Thomas Spencer, Justice., Principal=Robert Fish
Marriage*: 6 April 1727, Principal=Robert Fish

Family:

Robert Fish b. 17 May 1690, d. UNKNOWN

Almira Wilson
Family:

Alma Chestnut

Annie Wilson
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Robert Adair d. Deceased

Art Wilson
Death*:
Birth*:
Note*: Person Source
Marriage*: Principal=Betty Corey

Family:

Betty Corey b. July 1918

Arthur Wilson
Death*: Deceased
Birth*: Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada

Benjamin Mairs Wilson
Death*: UNKNOWN
Note*: son of Dr. John & Sarah Ann (Mairs) Wilson. He is a lawyer, a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and was forsome time American Vice Consul at Antwerp, Belgium. He received thedegree of Doctor Juris in 1871 from the University of Heidelberg. He wasa member of the Illinois State Legislature, has resided in Pittsburg,Pa., Washington, D. C., Brussels, Belgium, Chicago, Ill., Nashville, N.C., and Paris, and now resides in Versailles, France.
Birth*: 5 November 1848, Pittsburg, Pa
Marriage*: November 1874, Principal=Frances Huntington
Marriage*: 5 November 1908, Principal=Edith St. George Huntington

Family 1:

Frances Huntington b. 2 February 1848, d. 20 June 1904

Children:

Huntington Wilson b. 15 Dec 1875, d. 31 Dec 1946
Sarah Loraine Wilson b. 14 Feb 1883, d. Aug 1887

Family 2:

Edith St. George Huntington b. 12 November 1866, d. UNKNOWN

Berenice Wilson
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: 29 November 1910, China, Principal=Robert Schurman

Family:

Robert Schurman b. 22 August 1887, d. 8 February 1941


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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