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|S Germeaux||RE: Joe Wilson|
In addition, Joe's brother John Perry Wilson also made the journey to Texas and Oklahoma at the same time. He is buried at Lebanon Cemetery:
John Perry Wilson–b: Mar 26, 1848 d: Feb 14, 1891 (Lebanon, Marshall Co.)
|S Germeaux||RE: Joe Wilson|
Dona was Luther's step mother. Luther Emmett Wilson was the son of Joe and his first wife who died on the way to Texas. Joe married Dona McGaughey in 1879 and they moved to Marlow in 1888.They had four children, (none are buried in Marlow.)
Here is a listing of the Wilsons at Marlow Cemetery who are related:
Dona Wilson b: 1855 d-1893
spouse Joe Wilson b: 1845 d:1898
Anne E. Smith Wilson (Joe’s mother) – b: 1815 d: Jan 27, 1894
Joe's sister: Keziah Wilson (Woods) and her Spouse William Walker Woods- d: June 8 1925 and their children:
Annie Jane (Bradford) – b: Dec 12, 1862 d: Feb 24, 1904
James Ervine Woods – b: Jan 22, 1865 d: Feb 9, 1926
I think that's it.
|S Germeaux||Joe Wilson|
Joseph E. Wilson was my great-grandfather. He was born in 1845 in Missouri and came to Oklahoma in 1888 with his wife Dona and children. He had one more child in 1891 in Marlow, Hattie (my grandmother.) Dona died in 1893 and is buried at the cemetery. He died in 1898. His son Luther Emmett is also buried there, he died in 1899.
If you can add this information to his profile that would be great.
|Peggy Herridge Wilson||11839569|
I found Elizabeth Alford wife of James Albert Winton she is not in the cemetery where you listed her.
I did a search of Wintin and found her and the daughter that died as a child. And found James Albert and his son James A. using Wintin.
Typo - William & Eliabeth's other possible son was born after 1795 (not 1895)
|Mel Harman||William Jean & Elizabeth Goode|
Did not even marry until four years after John Jean of Heard Co., GA was born. If you research them you will see they did not have a son of John's age in their household on census records. They have one known proven son and that was Lemuel. Census records indicate they may have had one more, but he was born after 1895.
Please remove the bio stating John Jean of Heard Co., GA was their son. To date no one has proof his middle name was Wesley either. Info is based on old family trees and was debunked back in '90's . I can't believe it has resurfaced again and there are now over a 100 people, sighting this source as their proof, that John Jean was the son of William & Elizabeth.
For more information on John Jean and his ancestors see:
If you prefer to do your own research you need to look at Chatham Co., NC deed records for Daniel, Jean/Gean, & Mathis/Matthews deeds as well as Walton Co., GA Jean, Mathis & Hopson deeds. You also need to look at census records and include: Jesse Jean, Sally Jean, Sally Mathis, Littleton Mathis, Littleton Daniel, John Jean.
|Jane Branum||John Wesley Jean|
Find A Grave # 12554032
John Wesley Jean is the great great grandfather of my Mother in law, Georgia Lorane Jean. I have the same info on Find A Grave in my tree and other members have the same info.
Recently I received a message stating his father was Jesse Jean of Chatham Co., NC and his mother was Sarah Daniel-Jean-Mathis.
I was wondering where you got your information on Find A Grave and/or do you have any info on Jesse Jean?
|Pam Martinez||RE: Linnie Mae Bass/Willie Bass|
My mother was buried at Greenwood Memory Lawn in Phoenix, AZ under the name of Truline Swaim. Can you still create a memorial for her?
|Sam English||RE: Update Silas English Memorial|
Not the same person Jean. Sarah Elizabeth English would have been a niece to Silas and Elizabeth. Glad you're staying afloat over there. Had great time in Kentucky; hope you have a great summer.
|Sam English||Update Silas English Memorial|
Jean.....I visited the English/Miller Cemetery again over the Memorial Day weekend. A photo posted by a contributor was supposed to be the foot stone of Silas' grave. I questioned that and double checked and it is not. It is the foot stone of Sarah Elizabeth English. I contacted the contributor and I think she will remove the photo, she's a very nice lady and told me last year she would remove it if I thought she should. After further consideration, I'm not even sure that I believe Silas is buried there. He died in 1842 about 22 years before his wife and it's quite possible that he was buried "down on the farm" before this cemetery was created. But he could be there in an unmarked grave too. Just thought I'd let you know that we do not have any conclusive evidence of the site of Silas' grave. Thanks.
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