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Re: James Wilson's 1813 will lists his children
Posted by: Paulette Haynes (ID *****2977) Date: January 19, 2013 at 20:11:01
In Reply to: James Wilson's 1813 will lists his children by Bill Pittillo of 1166

Actually I think James Wilson, Sr. died earlier, around 1806-1807 in Sumner County, TN. Jacob Houdershell and Zacheus Wilson were bonded to administer on the estate of James Wilson, 11 Dec 1807 in Sumner County, TN. A record of the settlement of James Wilson's estate was recorded by Jacob Houdershelt and Zach. Wilson, Jr. September Term 1811. James Wilson owned a lot of land in Williamson County (I think about 700 acres) which was divided among his eight children. (Will Bk 2, page 18.)

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