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hi i,m looking for Jackson an Darbro family connections
Bill n Lois from NY
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I am looking for information on Lucy Wilson, daughter of George Washington WILSON and Cordelia/Dilly Wilson, who lived in Owen County in the 1850-1900 time frame.
The children of G.W. and Dilly Wilson were:
Elizabeth Wilson - 1833 - ?
Matthias Wilson - 1835 -
m. Amanda ? children Julia, George W., Oliver, Mat
George W. Thompson Jr. (below) was living with this family in 1880
Lucy - 1838 - 1879
m. G.W. Thompson children: James J., Sarah, Mary, George W., Ruth, John Walter, Wilson?
Wilson Thompson was shown living with G.W. and Dilly in 1870. Don't know his relationship.
Sally - 1839 -
Ambrose - 1844 -
Oliver - 1848 -
Permilia - 1851 -
Lucy was my great-great grandmother. She died in 1879 leaving her younger children farmed out to relatives. I am looking for Mary and John Walter in 1880. James J. (Jack, who married Bell Carter) and Sarah (Sally/Sallie who married Marcus Finnie) lived into the 1930's. George W. Jr., Ruth, and John Walter all died in the 1870's. Mary died in 1896 leaving two daughters.
I would appreciate any help or direction.