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We are researching the following surnames -- mostly of Scot origin, the rest are English or as noted.




#1 most wanted - James WILSON, born around 1830, lived in OH, probably died in 1851. Probably from Perry or Putnam County. May have married Mary FICKLE, father of Joshua WILSON born 1851. May have had two brothers who served in Civil War. May be related to a Lorenza M. WILSON who married a Carrie M. Robbins, lived in CO. May be related to a Charitey or Charisey or Charimeny Wilson (female).

#2 most wanted - James CAMPBELL and Melvina WHITEAKER, parents of Eldridge E Campbell who was born January 1845 in TN, died 1902 in Genoa, Nance County, NE. James CAMPBELL and Melvina WHITEAKER were married August 15, 1843 in Claiborne County, TN.

#3 most wanted - connection between John SABINE married in Perth, Scotland in 1739 and the SABINE family in Maine.

#4 most wanted - ancestry of James McKEEN (c 1814 to 1887) who married Hannah D. ROWE in 1837. Lived in Eddington, Penobscot County, Maine through at least 1870. Born Robinston, Maine.

#5 most wanted - ancestry of Fred Thompson, born about 1805, probably in St. Martins in the Field, Middlesex, England. Was an umbrella maker and a trunk maker. Married Sarah RANDALL before 1841.


Saban-Thompson Home Page -- Our Scot Roots
Updated September 23, 2000

Donald and Mary Lee Saban
Box 522
Riverton, WY 82501
United States

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