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Elizabeth DeHaven Wilson
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Birth: Jan. 19, 1817
Death: Feb. 20, 1903
Carthage
Jasper County
Missouri, USA

PARENTS:
Nathaniel Dehaven 1789-1871
and Lois Baldwin 1796-1832.
She was married [1843 in Summit Co, OH] to a John Wilson born 1793 and who died Oct 1850 in Summit Co, OH. His father may be a James Wilson.
They had 4 children:

John Jan. 19, 1849
Death: Aug. 26, 1893

Lois Jane B. Nov 6, 1846
Joseph
James

Carthage Weekly Press
Thursday, week of November 23, 1899

HER 82nd BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
"Grandma" Wilson Given a Surprise by Presbyterian Ladies Yesterday.


Last Wednesday the Ladies Working Society of the First Presbyterian Church spent the day at the church quilting comforts, and during the afternoon "Grandma" Wilson, who is always a faithful participant in these working bees, chanced to remark that the next day would be her 82nd birthday anniversary. This becoming known it was quietly and speedily arranged to give the old lady a surprise.
Accordingly the members to the number of probably thirty assembled yesterday afternoon at the McMillan residence a few doors south and at four o'clock proceeded in a body to Mrs. Wilson's home. The surprise was complete and just as the greetings were ended, persons appointed for the purpose, entered carrying a handsome and comfortable rocking chair which was presented to the aged hostess by Mrs. T. K. Irwin whose remarks in conjunction therewith were very touching and appropriate. Mrs. Wilson was completely overcome with joy and emotion and could scarcely speak, but finally found the words to express her heartfelt appreciation of the thoughtfulness and kindly regard shown.
As she took her seat in the great chair Little Lois Keim stepped forward and crowned her with a pretty wreath which she had prepared for the occasion. "Blest be the Tie that Binds" was then sung, the entire company joining in the old song. Altogether the occasion was a most pleasant one to all concerned and will be long remembered with satisfaction.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Nathaniel DeHaven (1789 - 1871)
 
 Spouse:
  John Wilson (1793 - 1850)*
 
 Children:
  James Wilson (1844 - 1850)*
  Lois Jane Wilson Phelps (1846 - 1894)*
  John N. Wilson (1849 - 1893)*
 
 Siblings:
  Juliana DeHaven May (1814 - 1879)*
  Martha DeHaven Myers (1815 - 1906)*
  Elizabeth DeHaven Wilson (1817 - 1903)
  Benjamin B DeHaven (1820 - 1898)*
  Nathaniel DeHaven (1830 - 1915)*
  Walter Brown DeHaven (1842 - 1912)*
  Nancy DeHaven Wood (1847 - 1921)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Park Cemetery
Carthage
Jasper County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Traditional Sector Bl 16 Lot 29 Sp 5
 
Created by: NJBrewer
Record added: Oct 17, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43200962
Elizabeth <i>DeHaven</i> Wilson
Added by: NJBrewer
 
Elizabeth <i>DeHaven</i> Wilson
Added by: NJBrewer
 
Elizabeth <i>DeHaven</i> Wilson
Added by: TS Lundberg (Sternburg)
 
 
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