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All new comments are now posted on the bulletin board. Feel free to add your own comments and questions. Also, feel free to search the Wilkinsons Genealogical database. My name is Thomas A. Logically Wilkins is short for Wilkinson. The "son" must have been dropped over the centuries. I am curious about my lineage. My father was Ralph John Wilkins. My mother is Joyce Alethea Gourley Wilkins. My father was born in St. I was born in St. Louis Missouri on july 27 If there is anything that you can tell me, I would be most gratefull.
Thank you very much Thomas A. He and his father were both railway men. From the information I have, it appears that the children were named after his wife's side of the family. Hope to find siblings of William Pepper Wilkinson and more information on his father and mother. I am searching for information on Eliza Wilkinson, born c in Sheffield, Yorkshire.
She had a daughter, Phyllis Mary, which was my Grandmother. That's all I know about her so any help would be greatly appreciated. A m still looking for three girls from Kansas City,Mo. Does anyone have any information relating to Henry Wilkinson, gun and sword maker, born Blackfriars,Surrey, England in I found a Florabelle Garrell md. Since the name Florabelle is not so much of a common name,I ask this. Do you have any info on her. My gaunts' name is Florabelle Garrell,born about I've been looking for her and her siblings for quite awhile now.
I do hope this is the one. My great-grandmother is Susan Wilkins or Wilkinson most likely. Born June 20th of??? I can provide a bit more info of her Susan children, but not too much as some are still living, and also much information is missing- sorry, my Nanny's getting old and is forgetful of dates and things regarding her mother,etc. BUT I would love abosultely any and all info, no matter how trivial. I am looking for the parents of Hannah Wilkinson. She was born 20 Feb location unknown - possibility New Jersey or Pennsylvania.
Zenas, Eunice, Sara, Daniel. She died and is buried in Liberty, Union, Indiana. Would appreciate any information. I last seen them when I was in the navy in Long Beach around and they were around 4 or 6 years old.
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Please visit the Archive Page to see all requests prior to I am researching Joseph A Wilkinson, ca abt He was in Greeley Colorado in Any help would be greatly appreciated. You mention a Document: But no way to access it. I'm trying to find out what happened to them. Jesse had a brother, Charles and two sisters, Charity and Penelope.
Charles had 4 children: I would like to correspond with anyone linked to this family of Charles Wilkerson, Jr. I am desperate to trace Joshua back to the British Isles. Can you help me? I am looking for information on Roy Wilkerson or Wilkinson not sure which spelling is correct , born in MO around I hope someone can help me find this information. His widow doesn't want to upset his elderly mother Barbara and sister, Jean, and is reluctant to share information with me.
I want to make contact with other family members, to third generation distance. I am descended from Aaron Wilkinson and Polly Wilkins. Any information on them would really help me tack another limb on my family tree. Looking for Wilkinsons from K. This info is from the census of Garden Island, Frontenac, Ontario. Charles Wilkinson was my great uncle. Does anyone know of this family. Charles had two brothers, William, John my.
Ireland, and a sister Mary. I have lots more info. Would love a reply to my query if you have info. I found the following list connection from the posting but when I tried to make connection the person email no longer valid. Please contact me if you put up this posting. Thomas was born in England approximately and migrated to the Grant County, Wisconsin sometime around He was married to ANNA?
They had 11 children: Here they are again. I have changed my email address since then so if anyone thinks they are connected, please get in touch. I would be happy to hear from anyone who thinks they may connect. Bartholomews Church, Colne, Lancashire.
Mary parents Giles Haughton and Anne Scholefield was born 9. The children of Aaron Wilkinson and Mary Haughton were: She is buried in St Marys, Newchurch in Pendle. Aaron married2 Peggy Halstead on Aaron Wilkinson married Mary Margaret Hargreaves on Mally Wilkinson married John Ashworth on 1.
Children of Mally Willkinson and John Ashworth not yet known. Dinah Wilkinson married John Horn Children of Dinah Wilkinson and John Horn not yet known. Henry Haughton Wilkinson married Ann Haworth on Ann was born in Newchurch in Pendle.
Wilkinson, born approx in Virginia. The Whittens had move to Alabama, then to panola County, Mississippi. It is unclear how or where John and Jane met. Their first two children were born in Panola County.
Wilkinson, born and Sarah Jane Wilkinson, born Their daughter Martha A. Wilkinson was born in in Kentucky and daughter Rachel was born in Aug, in Sabine, Texas. They lived in St Louis for a time also.
John was a steamboat merchant. Jane died on November 12, and is buried in the Whitten cemetery. They were married in in New Orleans. George died in and is also buried in the Whitten cemetery.
Hi Dena — thank you for the comment! Let me buy a few more investment properties before we get the word out too far and wide. Glad to hear things are going well. Congrats on the move back home. It sounds like it was a pretty smooth transition. However you need a bit of jazz to spruce up your writing. Add a humorous comment every now and then and your readers will relax while learning. Please for give my ciritzisim and enjoy writing. I made a cash […].
Hi Justin I loved reading your post. I am from Michigan The downriver area not as cool as Ann Arbor that is for sure. I now live in North Dakota. My family of four came out here to get work.
My husband is a carpenter and has been out of work in MI for years. I have a degree in Criminal Justice and Administration and could only find work waiting tables and bar tending…so we are here. There are jobs everywhere here and we have been able to save up some money to move out of here.
After reading your article Pueblo in now on the table. I was wondering if you could give me any more info on living in Eugene vs Pueblo? I have boys ages 12 and My 12 year old has dyslexia and my 14 year old has long black hair and is kind of a rocker kid so gets picked on a lot. As you can imagine schools are very important to our needs. I can not afford private school so if we were to live in Pueblo can you recommend a neighborhood? How hard is it to find housing? We would need a three bedroom house to rent.
Can you ball park what we should expect to pay? What is the employment situation? Any info you could give would be greatly appreciated. Hi Paige, Eugene is the Garden of Eden for liberal democrats. Public schools in Eugene are quite good, certainly better than here in Pueblo.
Far easier to buy. Although the employment picture is brighter than it was a few years ago, good jobs are difficult to find and salaries remain fairly low. Housing in Eugene would cost way, way more but jobs would likely be more plentiful. Might be construction work in Colorado Springs as building activity has resumed.
Hope some of this helps. Justin, you are FOS. First you say Eugene, OR schools are less than desirable. Then you claim they are great. Thanks scumbag, we appreciate your hard work. Next time get your story straight. Also, a friend asked about diversity in Pueblo. This is an important question. Pueblo has a large Latino population and the steell mill attracted immigrants from eastern and southern Europe so there is a nice fabric of cultural diversity.
Here are some simple statistics from the census bureau via wikipedia:. The racial makeup of the city was Latinos made up Justin — You forgot to mention the high crime rate in Pueblo. Hi Brian, actually I did write about crime in Pueblo — see below. Is that how you compare cost of living? Take a look at housing, the main expense for most folks. It varies quite a bit there too. Broadmoor area — not much crime.
Best wishes for success in Falcon and thanks for the comment. My son and I have been looking at homes in Pueblo area. How is the State Fair, Bessemer, Hyde etc. We are from Md. Some look so nice and others not too nice. Need to know all the neighborhoods. State Fair is hit and miss. There are good spots as you move toward PCC. Bessemer is near the steel mill with mostly small homes built for factory workers back in the early 20th century.
This essay-of-sorts was like an answer to prayer for me! I do wonder if you have any more suggestions on areas to live. Hi Brittany — welcome to Pueblo!
I will send an email to you to learn a bit more before I recommend a particular neighborhood. Not sure what you mean by City Center? Maybe the Union Historical district? In any case, best wishes on the transition and thanks for your feedback! Can you give more details for say someone single moving there. I work from home. Originally from Chicago, I prefer living outside a city but close enough to go in.
I understand all places have crime. I would love to have some more information if you could email me.
I would love if you have any idea on medical care quality. Thanks so much for your article! Any responses would be greatly appreciated. No way will it compete with Chicago, nor would Denver, in terms of urban cultural offerings but I think Pueblo holds its own.
What do you want to be able to do? Medical care in Pueblo is absolutely first rate. Mary Corwin and Parkview have an excellent reputation and Pueblo has outstanding medical professionals. Pretty easy equation to solve. Just retired and moved to Pueblo 2 weeks ago. I have found the people of Pueblo to be the most friendly by far. I have not had a single bad encounter with all the hard working retail employees I have encountered in he past 2 weeks. I love it here so far. Paddle boarding on Pueblo lake is terrific, almost as good as Hawaii, except no surf, unless a boat comes too close.
Also liking the mountain biking, except for those little seeds with the fish hook attached to them. Had 2 flat tires first time out. I now have the thicker tubs. Aloha is definetly part of the Pueblo community. Hope you continue to have a good experience. Question is what kind of acreage — farm, ranch, mountains, prairie? There are several choices — mountains toward Beulah, prairie with mountain views in Pueblo West, farmland in Blende and beyond to the east, etc.
How far away from Pueblo do you want to be? I have a real estate agent recommendation if you need one. Let me know if you want to discuss further. And, welcome to Pueblo! Hope you find a home here. I used to live in Denver, and never really learned anything about Pueblo. Nobody really said anything about it. I never knew that steel was big down there. I was kind of on the fence about Colorado though, I found all those cities to be rather hot and dusty for my taste.
But this is coming from someone born and raised in Michigan, lol. Hans, Pueblo is hotter and dustier than Denver so it may not be for you. On the other hand you may love the western slope or life above 10k ft in Summit County. Thanks for the comment! Thanks Justin for the write up! My wife and I may be moving to Pueblo soon so she can work there, for a few years anyway. I myself have a hard time moving anywhere as Ive lived in the same place for over 40 years and change is something I resist, we just moved twice in the last 6 months.
None the less I will do this for the wife move again argg! I would like to hear more about the gang crime problem there if thats possible? Im asking only because Im disabled and also worry about my wifes well being. Who wants to hire an attorney though, LOL! Hi Jules, crime is a real issue in Pueblo. There is also a lot of petty crime, in particular there have been problems with daytime break-ins.
People go to work for the day and then the bad guys break in and steal stuff that they can quickly convert to cash. Probably so they can buy drugs. Of course, like just about everywhere, the city is dealing with budget challenges that exacerbate the problem. All that said, I would definitely encourage you to give Pueblo a try. Colorado is a beautiful place to live and Pueblo is the best bargain in the State. My wife and I are in much the same situation you were and have been looking at Pueblo.
Has it panned out as well as you expected? How are the primary level schools? Any tips for those of us coming from the DC sprawl-zone? Hi Barrett — I was thinking of writing a blog post to address this very question sometime in the next month with a sort of 1 year after the decision review. Second, the cost of living in other realms is also amazingly low. Activities for kids, prices for various services, etc are nearly across the board quite a bit lower than they were in Ann Arbor, Michigan or Eugene, Oregon.
Another huge plus is weather. The sunshine is truly abundant and the weather in general has been outstanding. I played golf on Dec 24th! On the downside, crime is a problem. Pueblo is a small city and, unless you live on the outskirts, crime will be something to deal with. Mostly petty burglary but there is plenty of violent crime in the news. You asked about Primary Level Schools. The Connect District 70 is generally considered to be the best middle school and Goodnight and Heritage also seem to get consistently good marks.
There are also several good private school options. High School seems to be more of a challenge as there are no private options in Pueblo some send their kids to schools in Colorado Springs but there are a few innovative program options including the IB program at East and the Early College program in partnership with the well regarded local community college, Pueblo CC. Overall, schools have been better than I expected. Tips for coming from DC? It will be a culture shock.
Pueblo is more like New Mexico than it is like Denver in many ways. At the same time, due to a weak economy, not many people have moved to Pueblo from different places, especially compared to Metro DC. So it may be a challenge to establish a social network. People are extraordinarily friendly but they have life-long friends and relatives with whom they spend most of their time.
The Colorado Springs airport has become my go-to airport. Parking at the airport is very easy and inexpensive. Pick-up and drop-off are a piece of cake. And prices are surprisingly affordable, even cheaper than Denver in many cases. Mostly you have to connect through Denver and there are cancellations from time to time but overall this has been a pleasant surprise and a boost to quality of life because I travel with some frequency for work.
Come visit this winter or spring. Eat some green chile at one of the many excellent Mexican restaurants in Bessemer. Stop by the Coors Tavern for a slopper and a schooner. Go for a bike ride on the trails near Lake Pueblo. Play some golf or go for a walk in the sunshine. Check the prices for soccer camps, art camps, after school activites. Take a close look at the price of housing. Cruise around town with no destination further than a 10 minute drive. Be sure to look me up when you arrive. Your first slopper is on me.
Thanks for the quick and thorough response, Justin. You do a great job of marketing the city. Thanks for the informative and well written info. We mostly picked Pueblo due to the affordability of the housing. Hi Francis, thanks for the comment! Often the trouble is that people come to Pueblo from Denver metro and expect Pueblo to be similar to Northern Colorado. It may take some time to find your niche, which is always the case when you move to a new place, but I hope it works out for you.
We shop on the Eastside regularly for specialty groceries and I drive my son to a Magnet School on the Eastside every morning.
That said, my recommendation for finding a good, affordable, walkable neighborhood with character to call home remains the Mesa Junction. Justin I want to reiterate what others have stated about this post. It is so good to get some current information about Pueblo that is not negative! My husband and I are relocating to Pueblo from Houston with our infant son at the end of April. We are looking at houses online and desperately looking for information on the safest areas.
I love that the older homes in Pueblo are so affordable but need help with choosing the best areas. Would you be able to give some guidance about the safety of homes near basically across the street Central High School?
The other area I was uncertain about is near the Rosemount Museum. Also I was wondering what streets border the Mesa Junction area, looking at maps online its hard to be sure where the neighborhood begins and ends. Thank you in advance for any direction you can provide and again thanks for this excellent post. Hi Jennifer — the area near Central High School is probably my favorite neighborhood in all of Pueblo.
And only a 15 min walk or 5 min bike ride to the Union Ave historic district and downtown. It has a great mix of housing, everything from 4-story mansions on Pitkin to sq ft 2-bedroom cottages in some state of disrepair. Nothing fancy but unbelievably inexpensive. In my opinion, the Mesa Junction is safe.
You can find fancier homes in other parts of town, like near Walking Stick, but perhaps not a more pleasant neighborhood. You also asked about the area near the Rosemount Museum.
This area near Parkview Hospital is really hit and miss. There are some very rough areas and then there are some lovely little neighborhoods here and there with plenty in between. I think I need to make a Pueblo neighborhood map. Again there are a few streets, like 18th, parts of Greenwood, Elizabeth and Court that have lovely homes and mature tree-lined streets just blocks from Mineral Palace park.
You might also check out a few neighborhoods between 24th and 29th and between West and High. Also, take a peak at some of the small streets just south of 24th like Echo, Coronado, DeSoto, etc. Good bargains can be found in these locations. Probably should just turn this into a full blog post…anyway, hope this helps! Let me know if I can answer any other questions.
The wind blows non-stop in PW and, while the view of mountains is better, the landscape is bleak and unappealing. Any tips on the best way and time to do that? Hi Moe — welcome to Pueblo! Not sure if you noticed but we just moved from Ann Arbor. I will email directly and see if we can identify the right neighborhood for you. My husbands company just recently relocated him to Pueblo, we have 5 children and I stayed behind to wait for the school age ones to get done with school.
His company is paying for him to stay in a hotel until we find a homeland move this summer. What neighborhoods would you recommend? Nubia — welcome to Pueblo! I will email you separately to find out more about your situation before suggesting neighborhoods. Hi Justin, My husband and I may be moving to Pueblo this month for a new job. We appreciate your information as we may need to rent a place sight unseen due to the time crunch and distance from Illinois.
It depends on budget of course but these locations offer a good blend of walk-ability and relative peace and quiet. The rental market is fairly tight so you may need to make temporary housing arrangements and then find a rental upon arrival. Best of luck on the move and welcome to Pueblo! Hi again Justin, My husband just this morning accepted a job in Pueblo starting July 1.
We have buyers for our home in West Central Illinois with the closing set for on or before July 8. We want to start out renting in Pueblo but we need to find an apartment available this month so we can make the move within the next three weeks.
Do you have any other suggestions? Congrats on having buyers! Besides his place of work, what else do you want to have close by? I stand by my Aberdeen, Sunset, Mesa Junction recommendations. Belmont is another good option if your husband will spend most of his time at the Spanish Peaks facility just east of the Fountain River. Again, best of luck! Hello Justin, Thank you for your post. I am contemplating relocating to Colorado and enjoyed your insight into this area.
I have applied to a few open social work jobs in the area and we shall see what turns out. Could you comment on the church community within Pueblo? Hi Muriel, Thanks for the comment — I hope you find a home in Colorado! If not, Colorado Springs is a larger city about 40 min away with a very well established Christian community.
I appreciate your thoughtful honest analysis and commitment to Pueblo. I am actually a transplant to this community, having lived here for the past 5 years. I live in the Pueblo Community College neighborhood and have always enjoyed it. You have listed all the things I like about Pueblo. I will only add that we need more people to move here or come back with the enthusiasm to build a strong community. There are a lot of houses in very good neighborhoods that just need to be purchased and fixed up, as you have done.
So yes — folks out there — this is a good town and we need you! My family and I will be moving to Pueblo in June. If she only knew! Anyway, kudos on giving Pueblo some gold stars. Thanks for leaving a comment, Leah!
Welcome back to Pueblo! I hope the move goes smoothly. I moved home to Pueblo 4 years ago to help the family with elder care, and we ended up in the Old Northside historic neighborhood to make my commute to work in Colorado Springs shorter.
I just wanted to confirm your traffic report… we used to say that if we were southbound on Santa Fe, wanting to turn left on 13th to get on I, and the light changed before we could make the turn, that we were in a traffic jam. But then the city installed a left turn light… no more traffic jams! Love the Pueblo traffic jam anecdote! And, I definitely agree re avoiding Hwy Did you see my piece in the Chieftain about setting up a toll booth for eastbound traffic? Thanks again and best wishes! Hi Howie — Great question!
Thanks for raising the issue! Thank you for generously providing such detailed and helpful information. It looks like there are more people moving to Pueblo than I thought. We are planning a move in July and I intend to open my own business there. The crime rate information on the web is the most disturbing, so I appreciate your balanced view of it.
I lived in Topeka, KS for a short time and just never felt safe there. Hopefully, I will not pick up the same vibe in Pueblo. We are planning to rent let me know if you have any units available initially to be sure we have picked the right area for a school and safety, but I am also considering that for the money it may be better to just hope for the best and make the commitment to buy right off the bat.
Thank you again for your helpful info. The Chamber of Commerce should start paying you or at least give you a free membership! Rachel — thank your for your kind words and positive feedback. Thanks for all the great info! I just got a job offer in Pueblo and we are still making our decision, but I am excited about this town. It seems like rental investments is a good way to go, but are folks renovating their homes in general?
And pardon my ignorance, but is cheap labor an issue with those working in construction? Congrats on the job offer! Labor rates are very reasonable in Pueblo. You can certainly pay more than that but you can find good people available at these rates if you know where to look. Best of luck with your decision — I hope you like Pueblo! If it's been posted before I missed it. Thank you for the comments! The area near Minnequa Elementary is an interesting location.
Close to the Steel Mill and on the edge of what I would consider the historic Bessemer neighborhood but near St. Mary Corwin hospital so it has a different dynamic. Of course, all of those locations will likely cost a bit more for housing … but not that much and worth every penny in my opinion. Soccer is big in Pueblo — check with the Pueblo Rangers soccer club to get your son plugged in. Also, they have a good soccer camp at CSU-P that is offered a couple weeks during the summer.
McClelland is a good private school and there are other good options if you are interested in religious education. Pueblo ranked 5 most stressful place to live yet 20 best place to retire… http: David, my guess is that Pueblo ranks high for stress because of relatively high unemployment and a fairly weak economy.
However, if you have retirement savings or a pension your dollars will stretch far further in Pueblo than almost anywhere else in the US. Plus Pueblo has a good university, excellent hospitals, many cultural amenities, proximity to the mountains and superb weather. So, it does seem like a strange contradiction but I think the rankings are probably accurate on both counts.
You can also drive 40 min to Colo Springs to visit Whole Foods and the large chains, e. For vegetarian restaurants I recommend Mr. Tandoori and The Daily Grind but I think you can find vegetarian options at most of the many excellent Mexican and Italian restaurants around town. Thanks Justin for the great summary of Pueblo.
My wife and I are talking about a very early semi-retirement and were looking for a great place to go that we could afford soon. We live in WI now, but I was interested in the the area because I lived in Crested Butte many years ago and loved the area, but wanted somewhere a bit warmer Gunny…brrr.
We had lots of questions, but you answered them. Thanks for the tips on the neighborhoods. Is Central High the best choice? PS — my wife said she was sold at the first mention of great green chile. We stll talk about some we had in Durango that we could have eaten every day forever. So glad to hear that you found my blog post useful!
Aberdeen and Sunset would be good too but more of a bikable distance from shopping. Also depends on your housing budget of course. You can also spend plenty for a mansion on Pitkin near PCC. I love the post about Pueblo, my husband just graduated from law school and we are actually thinking of moving to Colorado because one its close to Tx where my family lives, right now my husband and I are in FL and two my husband has never lived anywhere but FL and would love to try and live in CO and Pueblo caught my eye.
Could you give me an suggestions on neighborhoods to buy a house. It would be our first house and we are pretty excited and trying to do some research before completely setting our sights on CO. Glad you enjoyed the post. Please avoid Pueblo West which has a nice selection of modern homes but the location is miserable for a variety of reasons. Narrowing your choices would depend on budget and housing preferences. I will send a quick email to your yahoo address and would be happy to answer further questions.
Best wishes to you and your husband on this big move! I hope you choose Pueblo! How plentiful are 2 bed homes on the rental market? How far in advance should I start looking? Do you have any advice as to an agent to contact for help? If it were me I would make a trip here to Pueblo a few weeks in advance to make arrangements for a rental house.
Be prepared to put a deposit on the house. You should be able to check using the county property records for verification. Not often but it happens. When you arrive in Pueblo stop by Colorado Avenue and ask for me. Anyone working there will be able to get a message to me and I can call or meet you to help find a good rental. Thank you Justin for your wonderful information. I plan to relocate in March, to either Pueblo or Albuquerque.
I prefer renting to owning. Your piece has me favoring Pueblo. I will definitely check out the Mesa Junction and Belmont areas. I hope that I will find that perfect rental in a walkable neighborhood. Hi Norah — I hope you choose Pueblo! I think people who criticize Pueblo for its crime rate and what not, may be comparing it to Denver or The Springs but when you compare it to Albuquerque, Pueblo comes out on top! Thanks for the informative article! My family and I are thinking about moving to Pueblo.
We are healthy eaters and the little one and I are vegetarians. We want a to rent a pretty 3 br with charm but fairly modern. Maybe walking distance to a park and a coffee shop. Do you know if the ground is amenable to planting gardens? Any areas to definitely avoid?
We plan to set up a number of appts to view apartments before we move down and find a place within a day or two of our move. Is that possible there? Also, do you know what the bar scene is like? My bf bartends and also has experience working in construction, welding, etc.
Will it be difficult for him to find work? Thanks, sorry for so many questions! Looking forward to quieter life with a little more space! Hi Melanie — thank you for reading my post and for these questions. For good, safe, walkable neighborhoods I recommend Aberdeen and Mesa Junction plus parts of the Sunset and just north of the State Fairgrounds. Samuel Carr; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Salisbury for service in the Continental Army during ; marched to camp July 29, ; discharged Dec.
I happened across a Wilkinson-England page that had a reference to my grandfather who died in in Walters, MN, but could not contact the "green-eyedgal1 who left the message. My great-grandfather was Alonzo Wilkinson who emigrated from Leeds, England. They had four children, Clarence, who died in at the age of 12, Everett, Florence, and Charles Brown Wilkinson, born August 18, Charles was my father.
If anyone has information regarding my father's family I would love to hear from you. I have no real information about Harry Wilkinson's family except to hear that there had been a falling out and they did not have contact after that.
Any information would be greatly appreciated! The family removed to Champaign IL. Milton died 10 JUL. Wish to exchange information. Contact via e-mail or to Duane Wilkinson Washington St. Parthenia married Albert S. Horace married 17 Jan. Wish to exchang information. Reply via e-mail or to Duane Wilkinson Washington St. Found in census of Saline Coounty NE.
Stephen with his wife and son returned east sometime after Stephen became "Grand Master of Railroad Brakemen". Also have letters from Stephen to his brother Horace. Wish to exchange information and perhaps photos. USA - Saturday, February 12, at George Wilkinson m Mary Vance. I would say that George would have been born around They had a daughter named Nannie Wilkinson who married Hugh Carleton.
I am not able to find any information and it is very frustrating. Other family names are Kennedy and Stuart. I hope some of you Wilkinsons can get me started on the right path. But i do not see Evers listed under the surnames?
My mother was Rachel Olive Wilkinson - Malone She was the daughter of Roy Joe Wilkinson He was the son of Joseph Wilkinson. On the Colorado census they are in Greeley CO. That is the only known record I have of him. He had to be in southeast Kansas around That;s where he met Olive. In Colorado Springs Co Most of grandpa's brothers and sisters were born in Colo Sprgs.
In Northeast Oklahona One uncle and aunt born there. No living realtive knows anything about him. I am searching for information on my great grandmother Mary Elizabeth Wilkinson and her family.
I have a copy of her marriage certificate and record which states her birth date as being March 1 , that she was born in County Tyrone, Ireland an that her parents were Charles Wilkinson and Bridget Karney possibly Tierney. They had 7 children between and when James died. Mary Elizabeth came or returned to Toronto Ontario Canada some time after that as she re-married Jeremiah Cudahy in in Toronto, there were 3 additional children from that union. I believe she could be a daughter of Thomas Wilkinson and Nancy Jackson but can find no documentation to prove this assumption.
Hi, I am looking for info on a Wilkinson family that may of been linked to the slave trade. Possibly on a cotton plantation. If you have these names in your tree and have proof to back it up, please mail me. I have some information that I am sure you would like.
How do I find the email address or home address of Bernard Lawrence Wilkinson? We used to be in touch but I gave him a wrong email address and his mail-forwarding has expired. Michael in the County of Lancaster in June of She was born in Rawcliffe, I have this information from her birth certificate. Thomas Wilkinson and his family moved to South Africa when my mother was 2 years old.
When my mother was a young girl her father suffered a stroke and never recovered, he was sent to Pretoria, South Africa, where he stayed in the hospital until his death. The problem is I have no knowledge of when he died, or where he is buried. I would appreciate any information about Thomas Wilkinson, either from South Africa or from Lancashire. He was with the British army in India at a time prior to my mother's birth, but once again I have no dates. Requesting any and all original Deeds of Jimmie Wilkinson, Sr.
Jimmie was a Farmer before he started driving bus for the Avoyelles Parish School in Some changes were make in the spelling of the names such as: Lawrence, the oldest son, was in the presence of dad when he was hired. Our Principal name P.
Augustine and his wife was Emma Lee Fisher Augustine. I hope some one can help me. They are my grandparents on my dads side I was never able to meet any of them. They lived in Alabama in Thats the year my dad was born. I am looking for a Wilkinson by the name Forrest Cowboy Wilkinson. He lived in Mt. Carmel, IL aound on Poplar Street. He was stationed at Ft. He also had an army buddy by the name Master Sgt John S. Bellinger Garton , South Carolina.
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