Rachel LOWERY Mini tree diagram
William WILSON

William WILSON3,2,4

1803 - 12th Apr 18941,2

Life History

1803

Born

6th Sep 1821

Married Rachel LOWERY in Jasper County, Georgia.3

Jun 1880

Death of Rachel LOWERY in Jasper County, Georgia.5,4

12th Apr 1894

Died in Flat Creek, Hall, Georgia.1,2

Longterm illness.  "He has been helpless for months"  -- Obit, Sparta Ishmaelite, Apr 13, 1894

13th Apr 1894

Buried in Wilson Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia;

Notes

  • Georgia Marriages to 1850
    I certify that William Wilson and Rachel Lowery were duly joined inmatrimony by me this 6th day of September 1821.
    B Crawford, JJC (?)
    Registerd 28 November 1821
    John C Gibson CCO
    Jasper County, Georgia

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    Will of William Wilson of Flat Creek, Hall County, Georgia

    The will of William Wilson of Flat Creek was dated 30 January 1849 andprobated 5 March 1849, and recorded in Hall County, Georgia, Will BookA, 1837-1867, pp. 51-53.

    The will named his wife Rachel and children:
    John H. Wilson, Thomas S. Wilson, Washington G. Wilson, Wiley T.Wilson, Richard T. Wilson, William A. Wilson, Benjamin F. Wilson,Narcissa Wilson, and
    grandson William C. Dawson.

    The will was witnessed by
    W. E. Wilson,
    John Stringer, and
    A. S. Wilson.

    W. E. Wilson was my uncle William E. Wilson, son of Robert and Jane(Hillhouse) Wilson of Pendleton County, SC, and Hall County, GA, andW. E. Wilson had married Nancy Wilson who was thought by my family tobe a sister of William Wilson of Flat Creek.

    A. S. Wilson was Andrew S. Wilson who had married my aunt ElizabethAnn W. Wilson, daughter of Robert and Jane (Hillhouse) Wilson, andAndrew S. Wilson was thought by my family to have been a brother ofWilliam Wilson of Flat Creek. In addition, the families were believedto be blood cousins in the direct Wilson line, which, if so, wouldhave made at least three connections between the William Wilsons ofFlat Creek and my Robert Wilson family in Hall County.

    As my prior postings show, Robert Wilson (c.1765-c.1842) of HallCounty was a son of John Wilson, Sr. (c.1740-c.1823) and wifeElizabeth Wilson of Saluda River, Pendleton County, SC, and previouslyof York County, SC.

    --  excerpt from a post by Joseph Moore on GenForum, courtesy of DWilson, Astrup-Curry-Dake-Wilson Family Tree, Ancestry.com
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    William L "Uncle Billy" Wilson
    Birth 1803
    Death Apr. 12, 1894

    Thought to be the son of Joshua Wilson, Sr (1760-1848) and his wifeRebecca Lucille Hamilton (1774-1852)
    Unmarked adult grave as of survey period 2001-2003.
    Age 92 years.

    All info from obituary in Sparta Ishmaelite, Apr 13, 1894.  He isprobably buried here based on obituary:
    "Mr. Wm. L. Wilson died yesterday afternoon, aged 92 years. He will beburied today in his family burying ground, by the side of his wife.He has been helpless for months, and death was to him a cheerfulvisitor.  Uncle Billy, as he was called, was ready to go. He was afaithful Christian, a fact which leaves nothing to be said."

    Parents Joshua Wilson (1760 - 1848)
    Spouse Rachel Lowery Wilson (1801 - 1880)

    Burial Wilson Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia

    Created by pdeneen Jun 27, 2011
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #72076463,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=72076463
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Sources

  • 1. 1850 Federal Census, Jasper County, Georgia
    • 8 November, page 257, District 46, Hse/Fam #708
  • 2. Will of William Wilson of Flat Creek, Hall County, Georgia
  • 3. Georgia Marriages to 1850
  • 4. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 5. Ancestry Trees
    • Glenn Lowery,

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