Sidney Stuart Wilson

M, b. 28 October 1877, d. 22 November 1911
     Sidney Stuart Wilson was born on 28 October 1877 in Fort Craig, New Mexico.1 He was the son of William John Wilson and Lucy Elizabeth Browne. He was baptized on 25 August 1878 in St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri.2 He was a stenographer in 1900.3 He appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Marin county, California, in the household of William Henry Wilson, his brother, and Mary Clare Wilson.4 He was a lawyer in 1910 in St. Joseph, Missouri.5 He appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri, in the household of Sidney Browne.5 He died on 22 November 1911 in St. Joseph at age 34.1,6 Cause of death was tuberculosis.6 He was buried in Mount Mora Cemetery, St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri.1

Citations

  1. [S227] Margaret McDaniel, and Marsha McDaniel Thompson Down, Mt. Mora Cemetery, page 75.
  2. [S6] Lucy E. Wilson pension file.
  3. [S357] 1910 US Census, California, San Francisco, Fort McDowell Angel Island, District 420.
  4. [S851] William H. Wilson household, 1900 United States Census, Marin county, California.
  5. [S294] Sydney (sic) Browne household, 1910 US Census, Buchanan county, Missouri.
  6. [S1128] Sidney Wilson Death Certificate.

William Douglas Wilson

M
     William Douglas Wilson is the son of William Sidney Wilson and Margaret Neal. He graduated from Aragon High School, San Mateo, San Mateo county, California, in 1964. He graduated from University of California, Berkeley, Alameda county, California, in 1968. He married Marilyn Gail Milward, daughter of Peter Vernon Milward and Muriel Mae Mello, on 6 July 1968 in First Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto, Santa Clara county, California.1 He began military service in the U.S. Army on 21 August 1968 in Fort Lewis, Washington. He was stationed in Phu Bai, Viet Nam, from 13 June 1969 to 13 June 1970. He ended military service on 13 June 1970 in Fort Lewis, Washington. He was a civil servant. William Douglas Wilson and Marilyn Gail Milward lived at 465 East Blithedale Avenue, Mill Valley, Marin county, California. He retired from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on 1 June 2002. He witnessed the marriage of Mark Bradley and Colleen Marie Wilson on 1 August 2004 in Outdoor Art Club, Mill Valley, Marin county, California.2 He witnessed the graduation of Colleen Marie Wilson on 26 May 2007 in San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California.2

Child of William Douglas Wilson and Marilyn Gail Milward

Citations

  1. [S644] Certificate, Wilson-Milward marriage of 6 July 1968.
  2. [S428] Personal knowledge of William D. Wilson.

William Henry Wilson

M, b. 25 December 1870, d. 3 May 1958
Col. Willilam H. Wilson
     William Henry Wilson was a Army Surgeon. He was born on 25 December 1870 in Fort Brown, Brownsville, Cameron county, Texas.1 He was the son of William John Wilson and Lucy Elizabeth Browne. He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of South Edmond St, St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri, in the household of Ann Browne.2 Between 1889 and 1890 William Henry Wilson lived in 10th Street & Angelique, St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri.3 He graduated from University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1892.4 He began military service on 26 October 1893.5 He graduated from U.S. Army Medical School in 1894.6 He was stationed from 6 March 1894 to 5 February 1896 in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, with details to Camp Merritt and Ft. Keough, Montana.7 He was stationed from 1896 to 1898 in Fort Bayard, New Mexico.7 He was promoted to captain on 26 October 1898.8 He was stationed in 1899 in Josiah Simpson General Hospital, Ft. Monroe, Virginai.7 He married Mary Clare, daughter of William A. Clear and Catherine Hayes, on 14 February 1899 in St. Paul's Church, Washington, District of Columbia.9,10 He and Mary Clare Wilson appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Marin county, California, at Fort McDowell, Angel Island, enumerated 10 June 1900. Their daughter Mary was listed as living with them along with his mother-in-law, Catherine Hayes and his brother Sidney Stuart Wilson.11 He and Mary Clare Wilson attended a reception for the Surgeon General of the U.S., George M. Sternberg in the Maple Room of the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, California, on 17 July 1900.12 He was stationed from 1902 to 12 March 1905 in the Philippine Islands.13,7 He was stationed from 3 July 1906 to 14 April 1909 in Fort Hamilton, New York.13 He was promoted to major on 10 May 1907.6 He was stationed from 7 July 1909 to 11 July 1911 in Camp Stotsenburg, Philippine Islands.13,14,7 He and Mary Clare Wilson appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of the Philippines, at Camp Stotsenburg, Luzon, enumerated 1910. Their children Mary, William and John were listed as living with them.15 He was stationed from 11 September 1911 to 21 July 1913 in Fort McKinley, Maine.16,13,17,7 He was stationed from 11 August 1913 to 1917 in Ft. McDowell, California.13,7 He was promoted to lieutenant colonel on 1 July 1916.6 He was stationed from 1917 to 1918 in Ancon, Panama Canal Zone.13 He was promoted to colonel on 15 May 1917.6 He was stationed in 1919 in Fort Sam Houston, Bexar county, Texas.18 He was stationed from July 1920 to 20 July 1923 in Tripler Army Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii. He ended military service in 1923.19 He wrote his own biography on the occasion of the 35th reunion of his Medical School class in 1927. He said: "Born, December 25, 1870, at Fort Brown, Texas; attended school in St. Joseph, Mo., where we were living; went to Swathmore Prep School 1886-88, then attended my first year of medical study at Ensworth Medical College, St. Joseph, Mo., and my last two years at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, I returned home to St. Joseph, Mo., and was appointed Assistant Health Officer of that city, which position I held until I resigned to accept a commission in the Medical Corps, U.S. Army, where I stayed for thirty years and one month. My various commissions in the Army were First Lieutenant, October 26, 1893; Captain, October 26, 1898; Major, May 10, 1907; Lt. Colonel, July 1, 1916; Colonel, May 15, 1917. I have served during my service in all our possessions except Porto Rico and Alaska. During the Spanish-American War, I served with the 5th Corps in Cuba, was in battle at San Juan Hill and later Santiago de Cuba. Also, during the latter part of the Philippine insurrection 1902. During the World War, I was Department Surgeon in Panama Canal Zone; then, in 1918, Department Surgeon, Southern Department, San Antonio, Texas; and in July 1920, sailed for Honolulu and was stationed there until July 20, 1923, all this time being in command of Tripler General Hospital, the Army hospital there. As my thirty years in the service were almost up, I applied for retirement which was grented, and I was placed on the retired list on November 26, 1923. I came to San Diego, Cal., after retirement and expect to remain here the balance of my life, as would the rest of you if you would only come out here. I am in a firm of physicians here and am in active practice of my profession, and hope to do this for a few years more. He and Mary Clare Wilson were found on a passenger list on 18 August 1928 aboard the S.S. Ascania sailing from Southampton, England to Quebec City.20 He and Mary Clare Wilson appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of San Diego, California, at 3730 First Avenue, enumerated 5 April 1930. Their children Katherine, William and John were listed as living with them.21 He and Mary Clare Wilson appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of San Diego, California, at 3712 Front Avenue, enumerated 10 April 1940.22 He died on 3 May 1958 in San Diego, San Diego county, California, at age 87.23,24 The cause of death was acute cardiac decompensation, severe calcific aortic stenosis, generalized arteriosclerosis and chronic nephritis.24 He was buried in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego county, California.23

Children of William Henry Wilson and Mary Clear

Citations

  1. [S6] Lucy E. Wilson pension file.
  2. [S186] 1880 US Census, Buchanan County, Missouri.
  3. [S714] St. Joseph, Missouri Directories, 1887-90 online http://ancestry.com,.
  4. [S766] University of Pennsylvania General Alumni Society, Penn Alumni.
  5. [S145] Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register US Army, p. 1048.
  6. [S964] Oregon State Library, U.S. Select Military Registers, 1862-1985, online at Ancestry.com, Army Register, 1918, p. 32.
  7. [S935] Ancestry.com, U.S. Returns from Military Posts, 1806-1916, online at Ancestry.com.
  8. [S964] Oregon State Library, U.S. Select Military Registers, 1862-1985, online at Ancestry.com, January 1907, p. 9.
  9. [S133] 1900 census, California, San Francisco Co., 1900 census had couple married one year. Date is tradition in family (Born on Christmas, married on Valentine's Day).
  10. [S1136] Washington Evening Star, 16 Feb 1899, 7.
  11. [S851] William H. Wilson household, 1900 United States Census, Marin county, California.
  12. [S474] SF Chronicle, 18 July 1900.
  13. [S286] "W.S. Wilson Personal History", Completed by WSW 25 October 1949.
  14. [S475] SF Chronicle, 15 Jan 1911, 39.
  15. [S273] William H. Wilson household, 1910 US Census, Philippines, Luzon, Philippine Islands.
  16. [S144] Anonymous, Polk's Medical Register, p. 84.
  17. [S472] SF Chronicle, 22 July 1913, 7.
  18. [S140] United States Army, Official Register, 1919, Col. William H. Wilson, M.C., Department surgeon, Southern Department, Fort Sam Houston, Tex.
  19. [S67] William Henry Wilson, death certificate, W.H. Wilson, dates of military service listed as 1893-1923.
  20. [S729] U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956, online at Ancestry.com, unknown manifests, 1928, August, image 664 of 706.
  21. [S272] William H. Wilson household, 1930 United States Census, San Diego county, California.
  22. [S833] William H. Wilson household, 1940 United States Census, San Diego county, California.
  23. [S2] Interview, Ft Rosecrans cemetery representative, 1 Feb 1992.
  24. [S67] William Henry Wilson, death certificate, W.H. Wilson.

William John Wilson

M, b. 19 August 1838, d. 2 May 1886
Asst. Surgeon William J. Wilson
     William John Wilson was a Army Surgeon. He was born on 19 August 1838 in Portadown, County Armagh, Ireland.1 He was the son of John Wilson and Catherine Bulla. Licensed by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 6 May 1864.2 He immigrated on 16 September 1864 to New York, New York.3 He began military service in September 1864 with the Army of the Potomac, present at action of Davis Fram, Petersburg, Stony Creek Depot, raid on the Weldon Railroad and Hatcher's Run.4 He ended military service on 10 August 1865.5 He married Lucy Elizabeth Browne, daughter of William Cowper Browne and Ann White, on 7 July 1866 in Detroit, Michigan. He began military service on 8 November 1867.5 He was stationed from November 1867 to September 11, 1868 in Holly Springs, Mississippi.5 He served as post surgeon in Fort Brown, Texas, from April 1869 to August 1871.5 He and Lucy Elizabeth Wilson appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Brownsville, Cameron county, Texas, enumerated 19 July 1870.6 He was stationed from December 1871 to 31 January 1872 in Fort Union, New Mexico.5 He was stationed from May 1872 to 28 September 1875 in Fort Bayard, New Mexico.5 He was author of chapters on Fort Brown, Texas, and Fort Bayard, New Mexico in the book "A Report on the Hygiene of the United States Army."7 He was in the service of the Khedive of Egypt between October 1875 and July 1876 in Abbysinia.8 The Battle of Gura was fought on March 7-9, 1876 between the Ethiopian Empire and the Khedivate of Egypt near the town of Gura in Eritrea. It was the decisive battle of the Ethiopian–Egyptian War. It saw the crushing rout of the vastly-outnumbered invading Egyptian force at the hands of the defending Ethiopian force. Major Wilson was shot through the leg in the fighting, breaking both bones above the ankle.9 He was on recuperative leave treated for a broken leg a the home of W. C. Browne from July 1876 to December 1876 in Bagnalstown, Ireland.8 He was presented with the Order of Medjedich for gallantry in Gura, Abbysinia, by the Khedive of Egypt on 23 April 1877.8 He was stationed from August 1878 to 1 October 1880 in Fort Niagara, New York.5 He appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Porter, Niagara county, New York, enumerated 1 June 1880.10,11 He was stationed from October 1880 to 7 October 1884 in Fort Meade, Dakota Territory.5 He died on 2 May 1886 in Plattsburgh Barracks, Plattsburgh, Clinton county, New York, at age 47.12 Cause of death was volvular disease and hypertrophy of heart, piles that had bled nearly a pint daily fo 3 months..12 He was buried on 4 May 1886 in Plattsburg Barracks Barracks Post Cemetery, Plattsburgh, Clinton county, New York; plot M-1.13

Children of William John Wilson and Lucy Elizabeth Browne

Citations

  1. [S50] Personal History, Afadavit by WJW.
  2. [S356] Letter, A.M. Stevenson to William D. Wilson, April 4, 1996.
  3. [S184] Civil War service record, WJW Civil War Record.
  4. [S647] Guy V. Henry, US Army Appointments 1873.
  5. [S6] Lucy E. Wilson pension file.
  6. [S180] 1870 US Census, Cameron Co., Texas, roll 1578, written page 27.
  7. [S646] John S. Billings, Hygiene of the U S Army.
  8. [S1094] U.S. Army Service Record, WJW Serice Record.
  9. [S701] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/
  10. [S183] 1880 US Census, Niagara County, New York, p. 288.
  11. [S262] 1880 US Census and Index CDs, FHL Film 1254901; Natl Archives Film T9-0901, page 288A.
  12. [S381] W.J. Wilson death certificate.
  13. [S621] Find A Grave online www.findagrave.com,.

William Sidney Wilson

M, b. 26 June 1901, d. 18 March 1965
Maj. William S. Wilson
     William Sidney Wilson was born on 26 June 1901 in Fort McDowell, Angel Island, Marin county, California. He was the son of William Henry Wilson and Mary Clear. He appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of the Philippines, in the household of his parents, William Henry Wilson and Mary Clare Wilson.1 He visited in Japan in 1911.2 He was found on a passenger list with Mary Clare Wilson on 5 November 1917; sailing from Cristobal, Canal Zone to New York aboard the S.S. Panama, arriving Novemeber 12.3 He attended U. S. Military Acadamy, West Point, New York for one year in 1918.4 He graduated from Main Avenue High School, San Antonio, Bexar county, Texas, in June 1919.5 He was found on a passenger list on 5 September 1920 aboard the S. S. Niagara sailing from Honolulu to Vancouver, Canada.6 He was found on a passenger list on 14 June 1922 sailing from Honolulu to San Francisco aboard the S.S. Maui.7 He was found on a passenger list on 21 June 1922 arriving in San Francisco from Honolulu on the S.S. Maui.8 He graduated from University Of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, in June 1923; BS in Civil Engineering.5 He was a civil engineer. He was employed in Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from July 1923 to to March, 1924.5 He was found on a passenger list on 19 September 1926 sailing from Cristobal, Canal Zone, to New York aboard the S.S. Ancon.9 He traveled from Venezuela, where he worked exploring for oil for Sinclair Oil Co., to meet his parents at the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam. He also attended the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics. He appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of San Diego, California, in the household of his parents, William Henry Wilson and Mary Clare Wilson.10 He was found on a passenger list on 10 June 1930 sailing from Puerto Cabello, Venezuela to New York on board the S.S. Oranje Nassau.11 He married Margaret Neal, daughter of Herbert Vincent Neal and Helen Phillips Howell, on 26 June 1930 in Tufts College, Middlesex county, Massachusetts.2 He and Margaret Wilson appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Highland Park, Kern county, California, at 514 Ray Street, enumerated 22 May 1940. Their children Neal and Don were listed as living with them.12 He began military service on 13 August 1940.2 He was stationed in Hawaii, Papua, New Guinea, and the Philippines.2 He ended military service on 17 January 1946.2 He began military service on 17 September 1948.2 He married Ok Hee. He ended military service on 30 September 1955 in Fort Lawton, Washington.13 He died on 18 March 1965 in Castle Memorial Hospital, Kailua, Honolulu, Hawaii, at age 63.14 Cause of death was ventricular fibrillation, infartion of myocardium, coronary artery occlusion.14 He was buried in Punchbowl National Cemetery, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Children of William Sidney Wilson and Margaret Neal

Citations

  1. [S273] William H. Wilson household, 1910 US Census, Philippines, Luzon, Philippine Islands.
  2. [S286] "W.S. Wilson Personal History", Completed by WSW 25 October 1949.
  3. [S549] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1917 November 12, Panama, image 4 of 8.
  4. [S286] "W.S. Wilson Personal History."
  5. [S141] William S. Wilson Personal History, Department of Defense Form 398, c. 1951 William D. Wilson.
  6. [S731] Immigration and Naturalization Service, Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957, online at Ancestry.com, 1920, September, Niagra, image169 of 197.
  7. [S556] California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957 1922, June, Maui, image 9 of 12.
  8. [S556] California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957 William S. Wilson.
  9. [S549] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1926, September 27, Ancon, image 8 of 20.
  10. [S272] William H. Wilson household, 1930 United States Census, San Diego county, California.
  11. [S549] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 1930, January 21, Oranje Nassau, image 13 of 30.
  12. [S832] William Wilson household, 1940 United States Census, Kern county, California.
  13. [S467] "W. S. Wilson DD 214."
  14. [S285] Certificate of Death, W.S. Wilson.

Winnie Wilson

F
     Winnie Wilson is the daughter of William Sidney Wilson and Ok Hee. She witnessed the marriage of Mark Bradley and Colleen Marie Wilson on 1 August 2004 in Outdoor Art Club, Mill Valley, Marin county, California.1

Citations

  1. [S428] Personal knowledge of William D. Wilson.

Sir Andrews Windsor 1st Baron Windsor1

M, b. 1467, d. 30 March 1543
     Sir Andrews Windsor 1st Baron Windsor was born in 1467.2 He married Elizabeth Blount, daughter of William Blount Lord Mountjoy and Margaret Etchingham, circa 1490.1 He was a Knight of the Bath upon the coronation of Henry VIII; Member of Parliament; Knight Banneret for valor at the Battle of Spurs in 1513. He was summoned to Parliament in 1529 as Baron Windsor of Bradenham, Buckinghamshire. In Jun 1520, he attended King Henry VIII during the summit with Francois I held between Guisnes and Ardres, known as "Field of the Cloth of Gold".3 He inherited the manor of Stanwell in Middlesex.3 "After the dissolution of the great monasteries, King Henry sent a message to Lord Windsor, communicating his intention of dining with his lordship on a certain day at Stanwell, and accordingly came; when he was magnificently entertained. Whereupon the King told him, he liked that place so well, that he was resolved to have it, yet not without a more beneficial exchange. And the Lord Windsor answering, he hoped his highness was not in earnest, it having been the seat of his ancestors for many ages, and humbly begging he would not take it from him; the King with a stern countenance replied, ' it must be,' commanding him on his allegiance, to go speedily to his attorney-general, who would more fully acquaint him with his reasons for it. Being, therefore, afraid of his displeasure, he accordingly repaired to the attorney-general, who showed him a draught ready made of an exchange of his lordship and manor of Stanwell, in lieu of Bordsley Abbey, with the lands and appurtenances thereunto belonging in Worcestershire. Whereof being constrained to accept of this exchange, he was commanded to quit Stanwell, though he had then laid in his Christmas provisions, for the keeping of his wonted hospitality there, all which he left in the house, saying, "'they should not find it bare Stanwell.4,5'" He left a will dated 26 Mar 1543, in which he lists: His entire well beloved late wife, Elizabeth lady Wyndsore, His late son George Windsor, His loving father, Thomas Wyndesore, Sir William Windsor his son and heir apparent, His son Edmund, His son Thomas, His daughter dame Elizabeth wife of Peter Vavasour, His daughter Anne wife of Roger Corbet, His daughter Edith wife of George Ludlow, His sister Margaret Windsor late prioress of Syon, His brother Sir Anthony Windsor, Edith daughter of said Sir Anthony, His loving mother dame Elizabeth Litton, Agnes Windsor, daughter of his son Thomas, Ursula Windsor, daughter of his son Thomas, Peter Windsor (probably) son of his son Thomas, Miles Windsor (probably) son of his son Thomas, Andrew Windsor (probably) son of his son Thomas.3 He died on 30 March 1543.2,3 He was buried in Church of the Holy Trinity, Hounslow, Middlesex, England.3

Child of Sir Andrews Windsor 1st Baron Windsor and Elizabeth Blount

Citations

  1. [S713] Sam Behling Home Page, 23 December 2010.
  2. [S701] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/
  3. [S777] Tudor Place online http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/WINDSOR.htm,.
  4. [S778] John Burke, Burke's Peerage, page 301, quoting Sir William Dugdale.
  5. [S780] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk, http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22239 retells this story.

Edith Windsor1

F, b. circa 1515
     Edith Windsor was born circa 1515.1 She was the daughter of Sir Andrews Windsor 1st Baron Windsor and Elizabeth Blount.1 She married George Ludlow Esq., son of William Ludlow and Jane Moore, before 26 March 1543.1

Children of Edith Windsor and George Ludlow Esq.

Citations

  1. [S713] Sam Behling Home Page, 23 December 2010.
  2. [S774] Sir Bernard Burke, Burke's Landed Gentry, p 238.

Barnabas Wines

M, b. circa 1600, d. circa 1676
     Barnabas Wines was born circa 1600 in England.1 He was christened on 14 February 1602 in St. Nicholas Church, Ipswich, Suffolk, England.2 He 's last name is variously spelled Winds, Wendes, Wines and Wynes, and may have become Winders.

Barnabas or Barnaby resided at Watertown MA, where he was made freeman 6 May 1635. He sold his lands in 1642 and 1644 and removed to Southold, Long Island. He was corporal of a military company at Southold in 1654. In 1662 the Connecticut jurisdiction admitted him as freeman 1662. (Connecticut then claimed Long Island.) He was representative to the General Court at Hartford in 1664.

In July 1670 Barnabus sold his land in Southold to his son Samuel Wines. In 1676, at the time of the Indian Wars, a census was taken; he was rated on L152 for 15 acres of land, 24 cattle, 6 horses, etc.
The dates of the deaths of Anna and Barnabas Wines have not been found.3 He married Anna Eddy, daughter of Rev. William Eddye and Mary Fosten, circa 1632.1 He left a will on 23 November 1675 giving his son Barnabas his home and lot in Southold and 100 acres in Quash Neck.4 He died circa 1676.5 He counts among his descendants Anna Symmes, the wife of President William Henry Harrison.6

Child of Barnabas Wines and Anna Eddy

Citations

  1. [S253] J. Gardner Bartlett, Bushnell Ancestry, p. 51.
  2. [S302] Edward Irving Wines, "Barnabas Wines of Ipswich."
  3. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5874.
  4. [S926] Peter Ross and William Smith Pelletreau, Long Island History v. 2, p 412.
  5. [S122] Frederic Gregory Mather, Refugees of 1776, p 639.
  6. [S927] Craig Hart, Wives of the American Presidents, p 117.

Prudence Wines

F, b. 1650, d. 1683
     Prudence Wines was also known as Prudence Winds.1 She was born in 1650 in Southold, Suffolk county, New York.2 She was the daughter of Barnabas Wines and Anna Eddy. She married John Goldsmith, son of John Goldsmith, on 1 November 1679.3,4 She died in 1683 in Southold.5

Child of Prudence Wines and John Goldsmith

Citations

  1. [S242] Unknown subject, NYC Marriage Index.
  2. [S693] Sanford-Shulsen Family, 28 November 2010, ID: I5879.
  3. [S93] Paula Radwanski, "Paula Radwanski group sheets", Family group sheet for John Goldsmith, undated.
  4. [S242] Unknown subject, NYC Marriage Index, from The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (quarterly), 1907, selected extracts
         Page : 167
         Publisher : New York Genealogical and Biographical Society
         Published : New York, NY
         Comments : On microfilm at Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  5. [S253] J. Gardner Bartlett, Bushnell Ancestry, page 23.

Alfred D. Wood

M
     Alfred D. Wood married Hadica H. Carnahan, daughter of John Mason Carnahan and Elizabeth Ann Cardwell, on 10 June 1855 in Hopkins county, Kentucky.1

Citations

  1. [S15] Evelyn M. Cox and Lalla F. McCulley, Hopkins Co., Kentucky, Marriages 1807-1869.

James Woodhull

M, b. 2 October 1795, d. 23 April 1861
     James Woodhull was born on 2 October 1795.1 He married Charlotte Miller, daughter of Zophar Mills Miller and Betsey Davis, on 20 February 1819.1 He died on 23 April 1861 at age 65.1

Citations

  1. [S119] Mary Gould Woodhull, Woodhull Genealogy, 137.

Susan Maria Woods1

F
     Susan Maria Woods married Robert Aldridge, son of William Aldridge and Elizabeth Frog, in 1855.1 She and Robert Aldridge appeared on the 1871 English Census of Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, England, enumerated 2 April 1871. Their son James was listed as living with them.2

Child of Susan Maria Woods and Robert Aldridge

Citations

  1. [S280] Free BMD, online http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl
  2. [S1085] Robert Aldridge household, 1871 UK Census, Suffolk,.

Emily Woodward1

F, b. 1852
     Emily Woodward was born in 1852 in Bradley, Warwickshire, England.1 She married Albert Frederick Vickers, son of Charles Vickers and Dorothy Milward, in 1870 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. They had ten children, not enumerated herein.1

Citations

  1. [S418] Richard Milward, "Descendants of William Milward."

John F. Youngs

M, b. 31 January 1824, d. 10 March 1903
     John F. Youngs was born on 31 January 1824.1 He married Betsey Mitchell Howell, daughter of John Howell and Eliza Miller, on 26 April 1852 in Southold Presbyterian Church, Southold, Suffolk county, New York.1,2 He witnessed the marriage of George W. Corwin and Frances Hewlett Howell on 17 November 1857 in Southold, Suffolk county, New York.3 He died on 10 March 1903 in Bridgehampton, Suffolk county, New York, at age 79.1,4

Citations

  1. [S182] Emily Howell Ross, Descendants of Edward Howell, 1st Edition, p 143.
  2. [S543] DeWitt Van Buren, Southold Presbyterian Marriages, vol 2.
  3. [S320] Long Island Genealogy, online http://longislandgenealogy.com/, Marriage Records of the Southold Presbyterian Church.
  4. [S320] Long Island Genealogy, online http://longislandgenealogy.com/

Dorothea Maxine Zimmerman1,2

F, b. 1911, d. 1972
     Dorothea Maxine Zimmerman was born in 1911 in Illinois.1,3 Dorothea Maxine Zimmerman was also known as Maxine Ioppini. She married Roger R. Ioppini, son of John Peter Ioppini and Clara Ervina Carmine, on 24 August 1931 in Bakersfield, Kern county, California.1,4 She and Roger R. Ioppini appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Kern county, California, at North Bellridge Oil Lease, enumerated 23 April 1940, his recorded occupation was derrick man. Their daughter Shirlee was listed as living with them.3 She died in 1972.1 She was buried in Arroyo Grande District Cemetery, 895 El Camino Real, Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo county, California.1

Children of Dorothea Maxine Zimmerman and Roger R. Ioppini

Citations

  1. [S745] Arroyo Grande Distirict Cemetery Data online http://files.usgwarchives.net/ca/sanluisobispo/cemeteries/…,.
  2. [S241] California Birth Records, online http://search.ancestry.com/
  3. [S891] Roger R. Ioppini household, 1940 United States Census, Kern county, California.
  4. [S903] James Bruce Ioppini, "Correction," e-mail to Bill Wilson, 11 apr 2013.
  5. [S204] Social Security Death Index,.