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Descendants of James M. Wilson

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1. James M.2 Wilson (George1) was born Abt. 1814 in Spartenburg District, South Carolina, and died Bef. 1900 in Winston County, Alabama. He married Nancy Emily Bell Dec 28, 1834 in Rabun County, Georgia, daughter of John Bell and Rhoda Bates. She was born Dec 1814 in Georgia, and died Aft. 1900 in Winston County, Alabama.

Notes for James M. Wilson: http://wcgs.ala.nu/1867vote.htm Birth date and birth place from 1867 Voting Registration and Loyalty Oaths (Precinct 6)

1850 Census, Cherokee County (Dist. 15 - H373 - page 429) Georgia - Listed as James Willson (age 36) with wife Nancy E. (age 33) and Henry J. (13), Martha (12), Elizon A. (10), John (8), Harry (6), and Nancy (2).

1860 Census, Winston County (Twp. 10, Range10 - H302 - Page 1231and 1232), Alabama (age 49)
Listed as James M. Willson) with wife Nancy (age 46) and six children, John (16), George (14), Nancy (11), James F. (9), Mary (7), and Clementine (2).

1866 State of Alabama Census - Twp. 11, Range 10 - Winston County, Alabama
Head of Household: J. M. Willson with a total of six people in the household.
One Male (under 10) - probably Thomas Sylvester Wilson
One Male (age 10-20) - probably James Francis Wilson
One Male (over 20) - probably James M. Wilson
One Female (under 10) - probably Clementine Wilson
One Female (age 10-20) - probably Nanry or Mary Wilson
One Female (over 20) - probably Nancy Emily Bell Wilson
**Listed on the same page as son George Daniel Harry Wilson and brother Phillip Wilson.

1866 State of Alabama Census - White Population Census - Winston County, AL
Head of Household: James M. Wilson with a total of six people in the household.
One Male (Under 10) - probably Thomas Sylvester Wilson
One Male (age 10-20) - probably James Francis Wilson
One Male (age 50-60) - probably James M. Wilson
One Female (under 10) - probably Clementine Wilson
One Female (age 10-20) - probably Nancy or Mary

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