c OULD YOU HELP ME FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE ANCESTRY LINE OF MY BRANCH OF THE w ILKINSON FAMILY TREE AND ALSO HELP MY TRACK DOWN THE h IBBERTS RELATED TO ME OVER IN e NGLAND? Thank you, Marian Marian Aelick I am searching for information on Eliza Wilkinson, born c1878 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. I would be happy to hear from anyone who thinks they may connect. They had a daughter named Nannie Wilkinson who married Hugh Carleton. I would like to locate our Joseph Wilkinson and his family/ancestors.
This is used to complete the Wilkins, Wilkinson, Wilkerson Family History Record Book which started collecting over 20 years ago after attending the Wilkinson/Williams Family Reunion in Kansas City, Kansas in 1984 just after mother died in 1982 in Evergreen, Louisiana. Harold is the son of Jack Wilkinson who apparently died in North London (1900s). This family of Wilkinsons in part, drifted down the east coast leaving some family members behind with each move.
Some changes were make in the spelling of the names such as: Houston Alvin Wilkinson to Houston Alvin Wilkerson, Daniel Alvin Wilkinson to Donald Alvin Wilkerson and the L. Lawrence, the oldest son, was in the presence of dad when he was hired. Augustine and his wife was Emma Lee Fisher Augustine. He also had an army buddy by the name Master Sgt John S. Greg Wilkinson I am looking for information on my family tree. His wife came to Toronto, Ontario Canada with their children (Harold, June, Pearl, Doris?? I am trying to find any connections with my great grandfather, Jack Wilkinson, of England at this time. Michael Wilkinson I have lost my address for the Higgins Book Co. Does anyone have this address, so I might order the second book? Clariece Clariece Wilkinson, Baucum Website for Concrete Cemetery, Guadalupe County, Texas and Wilkinson, Archibald and Hattie Alabama is: Lynne Wilkinson Blandford Found Wilkinson, Archibald b. They settled in GA for some years, then in the 1800's drifted through AL and on into Amite County, MS where many are still living, some having moved into La and scattered far and wide.
Is there any one out there who might have any information on Lawrence's family in England? If you relate to any of this, any connection, I would dearly love to hear from you.
I live on the grounds where Rev, Rowland Wilkinson (wife Margaret Cain) pastored a church for over 40 years.
His widow doesn't want to upset his elderly mother Barbara and sister, Jean, and is reluctant to share information with me. (25.3.2001) Henry Haughton Wilkinson (parents Aaron Wilkinson and Mary Haughton) was born 3.5.1772 in Newchurch in Pendle. The Whittens had move to Alabama, then to panola County, Mississippi. Their first two children were born in Panola County. Wilkinson, born 1840-42 and Sarah Jane Wilkinson, born 1844. Wilkinson was born in 1844-46 in Kentucky and daughter Rachel was born in Aug, 1846-48 in Sabine, Texas. George married Georgiana Langdon, daughter of John and Eliza, sister to Thomas. George died in 1882 and is also buried in the Whitten cemetery. Looking for parents of Boyd, George and sister Margaret Wilkinson from Williamsport, Pa. Samuel Carr; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Salisbury for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched to camp July 29, 1780; discharged Dec. 20 days, including travel (240 miles) home." Benning married Deborah Langley on 4 December 1786 in Nottingham, New Hampshire. In South Africa, Thomas Wilkinson worked for the railways in Natal province. The GENDEX site the database is on has been hijacked -- probably by misuse of trademark policy. Please delete everything between @ signs in email, it helps with the [email protected]# spam Stevie B My grandfather was Francis Wilkinson Eames.
I want to make contact with other family members, to third generation distance. Henry Haughton Wilkinson married Ann Haworth on 16.2.1792 in Newchurch in Pendle. He served as a private in the Confederate army and worked as a steamboat captain after the war. Boyd married Virginia Vinton Wherly 19 November 1884 in York, Pa. Catherine Wilkinson Carstens Tymniak I am looking for information on the Revolutionary Era soldier Benning Wilkinson, who was born born about 1764 probably in Epping, New Hampshire (but this is a wild guess, he could be from Salisbury, Mass where he enlisted for the war) He died 1851 in Center Harbor, New Hampshire. 3 in.; complexion, light; engaged for town of Salisbury; arrived at Springfield Aug. Heather Wilkinson Rojo I happened across a Wilkinson-England page that had a reference to my grandfather who died in 1918 in Walters, MN, but could not contact the "green-eyedgal1 who left the message. Their ISSUE;(1)Pathenia Alida WILKINSON, born Huron Co. 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. 1910-1981 When he came up missing from a VA hospital in California In 1981. I was born Leeann Michelle Brown 2/23/1973 and adopted to Judith Brown & Greg Wilkinson. Eames was his adopted families name and Wilkinson was his natural fathers name.
This page contains all posts to the Wilkinsons Genealogical Requests Page from its inception through the end of 2005.
In September, 2006, a bulletin board system was set up to better handle the requests. Understand that I cannot verify the information below, as it is all submitted by other Wilkinson genealogists.
I would like to correspond with anyone linked to this family of Charles Wilkerson, Jr. "Jim" Wilkinson I am looking for information on Roy Wilkerson or Wilkinson (not sure which spelling is correct), born in MO around 1911. gradfather John married Caroline Bullis in 1854 and they had eleven children. I am descendent of Thomas Wilkinson that landed in spring of 1844 in Big Patch , Wisconsin. thanks Frank wilkinson Looking of any information on THOMAS WILKINSON and his son JAMES WILKINSON. Children of Mally Willkinson and John Ashworth not yet known. Her father was Thomas Wilkinson, and her mother was Elizabeth (Cox) Wilkinson. ~Melissa Melissa Adams Looking for information on my family. They may have had a son George born in Bitterley, Knowbury UK.
I am desperate to trace Joshua back to the British Isles. He married Hillie Ernestine Blair in Helena, AR and produced a daughter Frances around 1930. Kelly Jordan I have recently located my (illegitimate) son's father, David Lee Wilkinson, b 5-11-44,(Terre Haute, IN area) now deceased about 3 years. Thomas was born in England approximately 1833 and migrated to the Grant County, Wisconsin sometime around 1860. (25.3.2001) Dinah Wilkinson (parents Aaron Wilkinson and Mary Haughton) was born May 1761 in Boggart Hole, Newchurch in Pendle. Children of Dinah Wilkinson and John Horn not yet known. Married Jane Caroline Whitten from Laurens County, South Carolina. Jane died on November 12, 1850 and is buried in the Whitten cemetery. Thomas Wilkinson and his family moved to South Africa when my mother was 2 years old. Also any information on the following Wilkinsons all born in Bitterley, District of Ludlow, Shropshire would be appreciated: Information as per the 1881 censu: Children of Emma Wilkinson Born 1825/26 William Wilkinson Born 1847/8 Ann Wilkinson Born 1866/7 John Wilkinson Born 13 March 1858 - Married Emma Watkins September 1878 Joshua Wilkinson Born 1868/9 Caroline 1. Looking for info on francis john wilkinson, born circa 1895, near London; he migrated to New Zealand shortly before World War I and promptly found himself carrying a rifle in Gallipoli.
The last house note was paid for after gathering ONIONS on the farm. Lacour were the Supertendents/Supervisors at the Avoyelles Parish School located in Marksville, Louisiana. LAWRENCE WILKINSON 575 WEST MADISON STREET APT 805 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60661-2656 312-624-3288 312-902-3205 FAX Lawrence Wilkinson I hope some one can help me . I do not have a lot to go on so if anyone can help please me know. My grandfather was the last one listed on my branch of the family, in the book by M. Wilkinson, published in 1949, "WILKINSON & KINDRED FAMILIES" I have found lots of mistakes in this book (as always is in genealogy work) and also found some members of a family left out.