|Birth: ||May, 1757|
|Death: ||Aug. 26, 1842|
Joseph was baptized 8 May 1757 at Berwick, Maine.
Joseph Wilkinson was a Revolutionary War pensioner who was present at General Burgoyne's Saratoga surrender.
In the book "Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolution, Maine" on page 862 it lists James Wilkinson, a resident of Berwick in Captain Goodwin's Company, Captain Grant's Company, Captain Hamilton's Company and Captain Preble's Company.
He fought in four separate York County companies.
He was baptized 8 May 1757 at Berwick, York, Maine.
He was in Sanford as early as 12 Dec 1787 when he purchased property from Ephraim Low (York Deeds 63:103)
Joseph Wilkinson conveyed land where he was living "near son, Reuben Wilkerson" to son James Wilkerson 15 April 1809 (York Deeds 87:146).
By 1817, James Wilkinson conveyed some of this same property and half the barn to William Wilkinson, his assumed brother; Joseph also conveyed property to the same William Wilkerson, 4 July 1817 (York Deeds 100:3).
He married Dorcas Nason, who died 22 Jan 1849, a pensioner of the U.S., the administration on her estate listed four sons and a daughter as heirs.
He was a resident of Sanford in 1832 and died in 1842.
Dorcas Nason Wilkinson (1761 - 1849)*
Reuben Wilkinson (1786 - 1858)*
Thomas Wilkinson (1789 - 1872)*
William Wilkinson (1792 - 1868)*
Created by: Michael Duffy
Record added: Jan 07, 2013
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