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Scotch Wilsons from western Massachusetts : includes descendants of Robert Wilson of Blandford ; descendants of Lt. James Wilson of Shelburne ; descendants of John Wilson of West Springfield ; descendants of Dea. James Wilson of Colrain

Wilson
Ken Stevens
Stevens, Ken (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Walpole, New Hampshire : K. Stevens, c1993
xi, 307 p. : facsim.
Wilsons from New England. A genealogical record of some descendants from our colonial ancestors; vol. L

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Includes complete documentation and interesting narration covering approximately thirteen hundred individuals named Wilson, all of Scotch-Irish descent, whose colonial ancestors settled west of the Connecticut River in Massachusetts. Includes descendants of Robert Wilson, who died at Blandford in 1768, and his brother, James (d. 1759), both of Ulster, Ireland. Their descendants migrated to Madison, Onondaga and Otsego Counties in New York; Geauga and Lake Counties in Ohio; Lenawee and Wayne Counties in Michigan, and to Winnebago County, Illinois. Lt. James Wilson family includes a large number of pioneer settlers in Allegany Co., N.Y., and later generations in Ontario and Yates Counties, N.Y. and in Washentaw Co., Wisconsin. The sons of John Wilson of West Springfield removed to Vermont, Rochester, New York and Allegan, Michigan. The descendants of Dea. James Wilson concentrated in Rhode Island; Chautaugqua, Madison and Onondaga Counties, N.Y.; McHenry County, Illinois and Walworth County, Wisconsin.

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