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Descendants of Zaccheus Sr. Wilson

13. SAMUEL10 WILSON (ROBERT SR.9, ZACCHEUS SR.8, ROBERT7, ISAAC6, ROBERT5, JOHN SR.4, THOMAS WILLSON/3 WILSONN, WILLIAM D.D.2 WILSON, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1763 in Mecklinburg, NC., and died October 1821 in Williamson, Tn.. He married MARTHA CLARK 1784 in Williamson, Tn.. She was born in Notes for husband samuel.

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More about Samuel Wilson

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk.1-305
I SAMUEL WILSON being weak in body but of sound mind & memory through the mercies of Almighty God calling to mind the mortality of my body and the --- certainty of life I do constitute and appoint this my last will & Testament as to the distribution of my temporal Estate to be divided in the manner and form following:

1. I will & bequeath to my wife Martha a bed and bed stead and furniture and a suitable maintainance of my farm and the privilege of the House in which I now live dureing her widowhood also her wheel.

2. I will and bequeath to my oldest daughter Margaret three cows called, rigg, blackey & flower also her spinning wheel & saddle.

3. I will and bequeath to my two sons Robert and Josiah my plantation on which I live to be equally divided between them quantity and quality all things taken into consideration the Division to be made when Robert comes of age also what farming utensils shall be remaining when Robt. & Josiah comes of age to be equally divided between them.

4. I will that all my children be maintained out of the profits of my farm and the increase of the stock and that Polley, Betsey, Rispah and Sally be schooled out of the same and that said maintainance be till they severally come of age if they live in a family capacity which is my sincere wish.

5. I will that all my household & kitchen furniture be --- and kept for the use of the family till the youngest child comes of age but if a division becomes necessary before then it is to be equally divided between my wife and daughters.

6. I will that all my stock and other property not yet mentioned except what my executors may think most convenient to dispose of to defray debts to be kept together unless necessity call for a division to be equally for the use of my heirs.

I appoint and nominate Robert Wilson, Martha Wilson and Zacheus Wilson executors of the within will being my last will & testament. July 31, 1804 (?1811)


Aaron Wilson Samuel Wilson (seal)
Zac.s Wilson
Moses Wilson

Which foregoing last will & testament of Samuel Wilson, deceased was presented in Court, July session 1812 and proved by the oaths of Zacheus Wilson & Moses Wilson to be the act and --- of Samuel Wilson and the same was ordered to be recorded and Zacheus Wilson & Martha Wilson qualified as executors thereto & received letters testamentary.

N. P. Hardeman, Clerk of Williamson County Court

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 2-11
SAMUEL WILSON, deceased. Account of sales returned, Jan session 1813, Inventory sold 22 Oct 1812. Returned by executors, Zaccheus Wilson & Martha Wilson

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 3-222
SAMUEL WILSON, dec. Division of personal estate Jan. Term 1821 as bequeath in his last Will & Testament. Devisees, five and said division- Martha Wilson, Isaac Smith, Eliz Wilson, Rispah Wilson, Newton Wall.

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 3-518
SAMUEL WILSON, dec. settlement, July session 1822
Executors: Zacheus Wilson, Martha Wilson. Value $363.26. Paid out to legatees, Isaac Smith, Thomas Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson and Thomas Wilson, guardian of Rispah Wilson and Sarah Wilson.

More about Samuel Wilson

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 1-327
Agreeable to an order of the worshipful County Court of Williamson county to us directed January Session 1813, we met at the house of Frederick Davis and examined the accounts of SAMUEL WILSON, guard. of David Page and Jacob Page and John Page minor orfins of John Page, deceased and find said Samuel Wilson in account current with said orphans as follows....

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 2-364
David D. Page receipt, January Session 1819
Recd' November 6, 1816 of SAMUEL WILSON $239.16 1/2 in full of which was coming from said Wilson as guardian for me as witness my hand & seal. David D. Page.Witnesses: Elisha Davis, Jason Wilson

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 3-309
Account of sale, inventory of SAMUEL WILSON, Jan session 1822
Sale of personal property (several columns) made & returned by John Wilson, Jason C. Wilson and Elisha Davis.

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 3-686
SAMUEL WILSON dec. settlement, Jan Term 1824
Estate of Samuel Wilson in? acct. with John Wilson, Jason C. Wilson & Elisha Davis administrators.

Williamson Co. TN Will Bk. 3-698
SAMUEL WILSON, deceased, division personal property Jan Term 1824

To Widow or Martha Wilson; Pump, Sully & Fanny, valued $750

Jason C. Wilson; George, Joseph & Jinsy,valued $1150

Almira Wilson; Harry & Rose, valued $900

Peggy Ann Wilson; Simon, Minerva & Pleasant, valued $1050

Catherine Wilson; Ned, Jesse & Ona, valued $925

Robert Wilson; Royal, William & Hardeman, valued $750

Malvina Wilson; James & Ritta, valued $750

Signed Elisha Davis, Jason Wilson, William Wilkinson

posted from wilsons from williamson co tn homepage 10 22 2001
by lewilson

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ROBERT WILSON (ROBERT1) was born about 1760 in Mecklenburg Co. NC, and died 10 Jun 1819 in Williamson Co. TN (buried family cemetery near Allisona). He married JANE MCDOWELL, daughter of WILLIAM MCDOWELL and ELLEN (UNKNOWN).


Rev. War pension W216, Jane Wilson
Service NC and SC, also Indian War.
Robert Wilson was born in 1760 or 1761. He lived with her father Robert Wilson, Sr. on Steele Creek in Mecklenburg County, NC during the Revolution and in 1790 he was living in Lincoln Co. GA, when he enlisted as a Captain during the Indian Wars of that period. In 1795 he moved into the Cumberland Valley and also served against the Indians during that time after which he settled in Williamson Co. TN about 1800. He died in Williamson County in the year 1819 near Harpeth Lick. Robert Wilson married Jane McDowell, a daughter of William McDowell in 1783 or 1784 at the home of her father in Mecklenburg County, NC. She was born 2 Sep 1766 in York County, SC. The applicant also stated that her father, William McDowell served with General Sumter at the battle of Hanging Rock and King's Mountain. In 1783, her father's family moved from SC to Mecklenburg County, NC. Robert Wilson had brothers, Moses Wilson who was born in 1769 in Mecklenburg County NC and Josiah Wilson born October 1766 or 1767. Both were living in Marshall County, TN in 1838. Robert Wilson's father had six sons in the Revolution, to wit.: Joseph Wilson who was born about 1749, Aaron Wilson who was born about 1751 and died about 1833, John Wilson who was born about 1753, James Wilson who born about 1755 and died about 1845, Robert "this claimant" and Samuel Wilson who was born about 1762. The only brother to receive a pension was James Wilson who was living in Bedford County, TN when he applied. Robert Wilson's brother, Zaccheus Wilson was a small boy in 1780. Robert Wilson's uncle, Zaccheus Wilson Sr. was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence (Mecklenburg Declaration). The applicant, Jane Wilson died 10 April 1853.

Our Valiant Men, Louise Lynch, page 189

"About 1792, the sons of Robert and Eleanor (Wilson) moved to Tennessee. Robert Wilson II was said to have been the first man to cross the Cumberland Mountains with a wagon. He married Jane McDowell, daughter of William and Ellen McDowell of York County, South Carolina. Both Jane and her mother went to King's Mountain after the battle and remained several days caring for the wounded soldier. It was said that William McDowell gave his only daughter in marriage because of the bravery that Robert Wilson displayed at King's Mountain. Jane McDowell was a very courageous woman, also molding bullets for Gen. McDowell and his men for the Battle of King's Mountain. Robert Wilson #2 , was born in 1760 and died in 1819. Jane Wilson was born in 1761 and died in 1853. They are buried in a family graveard in the part of the county that is now Rutherford County, between Allisona and Eagleville. Their children were (8): Eleanor, Jane, Mary, Asenath, Cynthia, Martha, Louise, Matilda.

Excerpt from Women of the Revolution, Elizabeth Ellet, 1852, Chapter 20, "Eleanor Wilson" p. 356

Robert (Wilson), the first man who crossed the Cumberland mountains with a wagon, married Jane, the daughter of William and Ellen McDowell, York District, South Carolina. The McDowells were of a brave family. Charles, Joseph and William were in the battle of King's Mountain; Ellen and her daughter Jane heard the firing from their house, and the mother immediately went to the scene of strife, where she remained several days, nuring and attending to the wounded soldiers. She was a woman of remarkable courage and energy. A part of marauders having taken some of her property during the absence of his husband, she followed them, assembling her friends on the way, and soon recovered the booty. Her husband had manufactured power in a cave near his dwelling; but as he could not burn the charcoal there without detection, she burnt it by samll quantities in her fire-place, and carried it to him. In this way part of the powder used at King's Mountain was procured. Young Robert Wilson was with McDowell at Hanging Rock, and it was in reward for his gallant conduct that he gave him his daughter, Jane. In 1832, the mother, then near ninety years of age, removed to Clay County, Missouri. Her daughter, Mrs. Wilson, has lived at Harpeth Lick since 1819, when her husband died. She is eighty-seven years old, yet retains her mental faculties in remarkable vigor. She has one hundred and forty descendants, of whom the Rev. T. W. Haynes of Charleston, S.C. is one, and also, the writer of this notice.(Milton Andrews Haynes)

Deposition made by widow Jane Wilson, January 1849, Williamson County, TN. Jane Wilson et al vs. Harrison H. Jones. Jane stated her husband, Robert Wilson died 10 June 1819. Fifty-five persons gave depositions for this case.


Died at home of son-in-law John Brown Wall
Jane Wilson, 1853, Williamson Co. Will Bk. 11 page 35


1. ELEANOR WILSON was born 21 Jul 1785 GA, and died 1866 in Montgomery Co. TN. She married WILLIAM MORRISON 27 Aug 1800 in Sumner Co. TN..

Eleanor Morrison age 65 give a deposition, July 1850 regarding her mother Jane Wilson. She stated her birthdate and marriage date in the deposition. R. W. Morrison was appointed Admr. of the estate of Elenor Morrison, December 1866

1840 census, Montgomery Co. TN
Eleanor Morrison 001-00101001 (b=1780-1790)

1850 census, Montgomery Co. TN 666-359
Eleanor Morrison 65 GA
Miranda Elliot 26
Daniel 22


Possibly Eleanor was his second wife and it is believe he had seven children from a first marriage and six by his second marriage. William Morrison died before 1840. His name was perhaps William Robert Morrison.


i. Robert Wilson Morrison, b. Abt. 1813; m. Elizabeth Montgomery, 21 Oct 1833, Williamson Co. TN.

ii. William Morrison, b. Abt. 1814; m. Rosannah Gilbert, 06 Feb 1839, Montgomery Co. TN.

iii. James P. Morrison, b. Abt. 1815; m. Sarah M. Davidson, 04 Jan 1839, Montgomery Co. TN.

2. MATILDA WILSON, b. 1789; d. Mar 1838, Williamson Co. TN; m. (1) DAVID E. JONES, 16 Feb 1824, Williamson Co. TN; m. (2) JOHN D. DWYER, 01 Feb 1837, Williamson Co. TN.

i. Jane McDowell Jones, b. Abt. 1826, Williamson Co. TN; d. 27 Mar 1873, Hill Co. TX; m. William M. Nunn, 10 Sep 1841, Williamson Co. TN.

ii. Harrison H. Jones, b. Abt. 1831.


iii. Joseph H. Dwyer, b. abt. 1838

3. JANE WILSON, b. Abt. 1790 GA; d.1873 , Marshall Co. TN; m. (1) JAMES M. WILSON; m. (2) MR. PATTERSON (?Robert Shaw Patterson or Andrew Patterson)
Notes for JANE WILSON:

Jane Wilson married (1) to James Wilson, 6 Aug 1806 Williamson Co. TN. They lived in Bedford County TN in the area which later became Marshall Co, northeast of Chapel Hill, TN. James Wilson died in 1833. Jane's second husband was a Patterson, whom she married before 1837. He apparently died before the 1850 census.

Jane Patterson, age 60, daughter of Jane Wilson made a deposition in July 1850 regarding her mother.

A statement from Jane Patterson's deposition, July 1850: "I saw my mother every year and sometimes more often: I think Jones possessed great influence over my mother. She could neither write or read writing but could read print. My mother made arrangements about living with me after Jane married William Nunn. She said she could not nor would not stay with Mr. Nunn because they did not treat her well. Since she left Nunn's, she has lived with Mr. Wall and Mr. Harrison."

1830 census, Bedford Co. TN p. 102 (this part of Bedford became Marshall Co. in 1836) Jas. Wilson 1111001-1110101

1850 census, Marshall Co.TN p. 63
Jane Patterson 61 GA
Plesant A. 25
Jno R.T. 18
(adj) Jas. J. Wilson 27
Mary S. 20
James M. 05
Mary A. 02

1860 census, Marshall Co.TN, Belfast P.O. p. 63
Jane Patterson 68 NC
P. A. Wilson 36 (m) TN
J.R.T. Wilson 27 (m) TN
Amanda 21 TN
Mary 04 TN
James 02 TN

Will of James Wilson, 1833. Taken from records of Marshall Co. TN Court House, Lewisburg, Tennessee. Certified as a true copy in file of Clerk Andrew Vannoy, 8th January 1837. Reconstructed as will as exhibited "A" in Chancery Court Suit. Bedford County, TN. Jane Patterson vs. J.B. Fulton

James Wilson to wife Jane Wilson, house and farm to include 100 acres, stock and effects. To daughter Ann Walls, 100 acres including farm where her husband Alex A. Wall now lives on. To son Samuel Wilson, 100 acres including farm he now lives on. Mill Tract of 36 acres to be sold and money applied to schooling of his minor children. The balance of the estate to sons and daughters: Thomas, Lucinda Lane, Hulda Matilda, James, Jane, Pleasant, Anderson, Mary Louisa, Catherine and John Robert Thompson, share and share alike. Wife Jane and son Samuel, executors. (Land and Mill located northeast of Chapel Hill, Marshall County)

Jane Patterson's will, 27 Jul 1872, probated Marshall Co. TN May Court 1873, Exr: James A. Wilson, Wit: J. T. Street and Ewing A. Wilson. Daughters: Lucinda Jane Graham and Hulda M. Cathey. Son: Jno. R.T. Wilson.

Children of JANE WILSON and JAMES WILSON are:

i. Ann Wilson b. abt 1809 m. Alexander A. Wall (s) They lived in Bedford Co. TN on the 1830 census; apparently moved to Tippah County, MS

ii. Samuel Wilson

iii. James Wilson

iv. Catherine Wilson

v. Lucinda Jane Wilson m. Mr Graham

vi. Thomas Wilson

vii. Mary Louise Wilson

viii. Hulda Matilda Wilson m. Zaccheus W. Cathey, 10 Jul 1840, Marshall Co.TN

ix James Justin Wilson b. about 1823, m. Mary Ann Montgomery, 18 Apr 1844, Marshall Co. TN

x Pleasant Anderson Wilson, b. Abt. 1824.

xi. John Robert Thompson (JRT) Wilson, b. Abt. 1833; m. Sarah Amanda Wall, 3 Sep 1852 Marshall Co. TN

Guardians for Thomas, Hulda Matilda, James Justin, Pleasant Anderson, Mary Louise and John Robert Thompson were apponted in 1837. The names of all eleven children appear in a reconstructed will filed in Bedford County, TN, 8 Jan 1837, Jane Patterson vs. J.B. Fulton.

4. MARY JANE WILSON, b. Abt. 1790 GA, Williamson Co. TN; d. 1853, Williamson Co. TN; m. CHARLES A. CALHOUN.

He was age 73 in his June 1850 deposition regarding Jane Wilson, his mother-in-law. A portion of his statement was, "I have known Jane Wilson between 40 and 50 years and for 23 years lived within 1/4 mile of her. She must be at least 20 years older then I am. Her children who were alive in 1835 were: Eleanor Morrison, Mary Calhoon, James Wilson, Cynthia Wilson, Martha Wall, Louisa Wilson, Matilda Jones. Eleanor lived about 50 or 60 miles away. The other children lived within 6 or 7 miles except Louisa and Matilda who lived with her".


i. Margaret M. Calhoun, b. Abt. 1812; m. William N. Cathey, 12 Mar 1835, Williamson Co. TN. William Cathey and Margaret Cathey gave depositions regarding Jane Wilson, June 1850 in Williamson Co. Both were 38 years old, and Margaret Cathey stated Jane Wilson was her grandmother.

ii. Robert Wilson Calhoun, b. 1818; d. Feb 1841, Williamson Co. TN (will); m. Eleanor C. Wilson, 29 Dec 1835, Williamson Co. TN. Mentioned as deceased, son of Charles Calhoun, in estate of Jane Wilson, leaving heirs, Robert, Mary and Zella. E.C. Calhoun , aged 30 made a deposition in 1850 stating " I have been acquainted with Mrs. Wilson all my life."

iii. Ann Calhoun m. George Hemphill, 23 Mar 1824, Williamson Co. TN. George B. Hemphill, give a deposition in September 1850 for Jane Wilson stating Jane is my wife's grandmother, and he had known her since 1824.

iv. William Calhoun m. Ann M. Rigsby, 23 Aug 1845, Williamson Co. TN.

5. ASENATH WILSON, b. 1793; d. 07 Sep 1827, Cornersville, Marshall Co. TN (Beechwood Cemetery); m. JAMES SLOAN HAYNES, 12 Nov 1810, Williamson Co. TN. After the death of Asenath Wilson, James Sloan Haynes married her cousin, Rispah Wilson a daughter of Samuel and Martha Wilson.

i. Thomas Wilson Haynes, Rev., b. 22 Nov 1811, TN; d. 19 Dec 1886; m. (1) Jane T. Buchannan, 04 Nov 1840, Nashville, TN; m. (2) Sarah T. Munday, 14 Jun 1859, Plainfield, NJ.

ii. Milton Andrews Haynes, b. 08 Feb 1814, Cornersville, TN; d. 27 Sep 1867, Sevier County, TN; m. Penelope "Nellie" Brabson, 15 Feb 1858, Sevier County, TN.

iii. Lewis Donnel Haynes b. 10 Dec 1815, Cornersville, TN; d. 20 Aug 1834, while at college in Kentucky

iv. Jane Narcissa Haynes b. 09 Oct 1817, Cornersville, TN; d. 10 Jan 1892, Caney Springs, TN (Allen Cemetery); m. Hartwell Garrett Baker, 22 Nov 1837.

v. Margaret Eunice Haynes, b. 04 Aug 1819, Cornersville, TN; d. 05 Jul 1889, Peyton Creek, Smith Co., TN (Haynie Cemetery); m. Edward Beasley Haynie, Rev., Mar 1853.

vi. Zillah Resign Haynes, b. 07 Nov 1821, Cornersville, TN; d. 13 Nov 1859, Cornersville, TN (Beechwood Cemetery); m. John Molloy, 19 May 1857, Giles County, TN.

vii. Asenath Haynes, b. 19 Nov 1823, Cornersville, TN; d. 28 Nov 1823, Cornersville, TN (Beechwood Cemetery).

viii. James Rufus Haynes, b. 07 Dec 1824, Cornersville, TN; d. 12 Oct 1846, Lavacca, TX while in service of the Mexican War.

ix. Peril Columbus Haynes, b. 09 Dec 1826, Cornersville, TN; d. 07 Dec 1907, Chapel Hill, TN (Haynes-Patterson Cem.); m. Melissa Patterson, 24 Feb 1850, Marshall Co., TN.

6.CYNTHIA WILSON, b. 1800 TN; Lived in Calloway Co. KY; m. JAMES R. WILSON, 16 Jul 1817, Williamson Co. TN.
Lived in Wadesboro, Calloway Co. KY in 1847- Their nephew Peril Columbus Haynes visited there 5 Dec 1847 according to a letter he wrote home.

1840 census James R. Wilson, Calloway Co. p. 64
1860 census James R. Wilson, Calloway Co. p. 382
1870 census James R. Wilson, Wadesboro, Calloway Co. p. 109
1850 census Calloway Co. KY p. 438
James R. Wilson 56 cabinet maker GA
Cynthia 50 TN
Martha A. 13 KY
Susan 11 KY
Mary 7 KY

Children of CYNTHIA WILSON and JAMES WILSON are: (others unknown)

i. Martha A. Wilson, b. Abt. 1836.

ii. Susan Wilson b. Abt. 1839.

iii. Mary Wilson b. Abt. 1843.

7. THOMAS WILSON, b. 1796; d. before 1819

Some records report Thomas Wilson as a son of Robert & Jane Wilson but his name is not seen. There is however, a Thomas Wilson 1796-1811, buried in the Wilson Cemetery near Allisona, TN

8. MARTHA WILSON was born 1800, and died 1859. She married JOHN BROWN WALL 23 Dec 1819 in Williamson Co. TN, son of CLEMENT K. WALL. Reported as having 13 children. Possibly moved to Texas
Children of MARTHA WILSON and JOHN WALL are:

i. Thomas C. H. Wall, b. 16 Nov 1820, Marshall Co. TN; d. 03 Aug 1865, Migrated to MS before 1850 (Tippah Co.); m. Charlotte Adeline Lacy, 06 May 1845

ii. Simeon Venable Wall b. 22 Aug 1844, Marshall Co. TN; d. 1915, Honey Grove, Texas or AR; m. Nannie Jane Comer

9. LOUISA WILSON, b. 20 Jul 1805 TN; m. (1) ZACCHEUS WILSON; m. (2) TILMAN. D. HINSON, 1842, Williamson Co. TN.

Deposition made by Milton A. Haynes in 1853 stated Louisa married Zaccheus Wilson (now deceased) and Louisa Hinson, formerly Wilson was entitled to a share of the estate of Robert Wilson, dec.

Bedford Co. Deed Bk. DD, p. 241, Registered 20 Jan 1833
We Zachus Wilson and Louisa Wilson, his wife of Dyer Co. TN appoint Wm. S. Mayfield of Bedford Co. TN their Attorney to oversee their interest regarding the estate of Aaron Wilson, dec. (was this Zacheus' father or their uncle Aaron A. Wilson?)

On the 1840 census, Louisa Wilson was living adjacent to her mother, Jane Wilson, Williamson Co. page 202.

Louisa Hinson made a deposition June 1850 for Jane Wilson, her mother. She was living with her mother, with her four children, in November 1834 and stayed there until about September 1835. Perhaps her name was Louisa Eliza since marriage records indicate such name. It could be she was married to a Nelson before marrying Tilman Hinson, or "Nelson" is a misspelling of "Wilson". Not sure which Zaccheus Wilson this is, but apparently he died before 1834 leaving 4 children. Some of the children on the 1850 census might have been Tilman Hinson's children from another marriage, or they could be her children and the "Wilson" was omitted.

A statement from Louisa Hinson's deposition, June 1850, "I lived with Mrs. Wilson and David G. Jones from Nov. 1834 until his death. Also living there was my sister and her two children and my four children"....."I lived with my mother from the death of Jones till the last of 1836 and didn't live there until Feb. 1838 and then lived there from Feb. 1838 till after Jane Jones married William Nunn" .

Marriage record: Eliza Wilson 25 Apr 1822 Williamson Co. TN to Zaccheus Wilson, bondsman Zacheus Wilson. Could this be the Zachariah Wilson listed on the 1830 census in Bedford Co. TN, page 105. 11001-10001

Marriage record: Eliza Nelson (or Wilson) 14 Nov 1842 Marshall Co. TN to Tilmon D. Hinson

1850 census, Marshall Co. TN p. 37
(ink blot) Hinson 35 cabinetmaker NC
Louisa 43 TN
Tennessee 16 (Tennessee L. Hinson m. Henry Walker 19 Oct 1852 Marshall Co. TN)
Jarves? 12
Warner 09
Jos. 06
Cintha 04
Milton 02

Children of LOUISA WILSON and ZACCHEUS WILSON are: (unknown)


i. Joseph Hinson b. Abt. 1844.

ii. Cinthia Hinson b. Abt. 1846.

iii. Milton Hinson b. Abt. 1848.

Children of S
  i.   MARGARET11 WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  ii.   ROBERT WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  iii.   JOSIAH WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  iv.   POLLY WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  v.   BETSY WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  vi.   SALLY WILSON, b. Bet. 1753 - 1782.
  vii.   RESPAH WILSON, b. 1796; m. (1) JAMES SLOAN HAYNES; m. (2) JAMES H. HAYNES, September 7, 1830, Williamson Co. TN.; b. also james s. haynes.
  viii.   REBECCA WILSON, b. 1806; m. BAILEY HARDEMAN.

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