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1870 Union Twp, Lawrence Co, PA PO Mt. Jackson, 29 June 1870, Series M593 Roll 1360 p314 h/h 274/274 Patterson, David 65 gardner SCOT Jane 66 SCOT William 36 PA carpenter Margaret S 36 PA Robert 28 farmer PA Maggie 25 PA Thomas 2 PA Della 5/12 PA Jan Boggs, Mary 34 PA James 10 PA Eliza 7 PA Maggie 5 PA William 8/12 PA Nov
1880 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T9_1145; Family History Film: 1255145; Page: 314.4000; Enumeration District: 227; Image: 0059, h/h 339/380 h/h 339/381 Pattison, Robert D 36 farmer PA-Scot-Scot Maggie 35 PA-PA-PA Thomas M 11 PA-PA-PA Della J 10 PA-PA-PA Nannie P 4 PA-PA-PA John C 2 PA-PA-PA
1900 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1427; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 123, h/h 307/322 Wilson, Devion Dec 1869 (30) mar 7Y 1/1ch PA-PA-PA tinner Adella wife Sept 1870 (30) PA-PA-PA Cleda M dau Sept 1894 (5) PA-PA-PA
Obituary: New Castle News,, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, Sept. 21, 1936, page 2
David White Wilson, aged 66 years, died suddenly at 1 a.m. Sunday at his home on Thorton Avenue, Youngstown, O., according to word received in New Castle where Mr. Wilson formerly resided.
He leaves his wife, Adella Jane Pattison, two daughters, Mrs. Henry A. Bechtol and Mrs. Kenneth E. Curtis and four grandchildren, all of Sandusky, O., and one brother, Sibert Wilson of Union township.
He lived for many years on the Youngtown Road near here and was engaged in the tinning business. He was born in 1869 at Slippery Rock, son of Thomas and Mary White Wilson.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Shriver and Allison Funeral Home, Youngstown, and interment will be made at about 4 o'clock in Oak Park Cemetery, New Castle.
Obituary: New Castle News, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, April 28, 1947, page 2
Mrs. Adella Jane Pattison Wilson, aged 77 years, Sandusky, O., died Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock after an extended illness. She was the widow of David Wilson who preceded her in death in 1936.
Born in New Castle, February 4, 1870, she was a daugher of the late Robert and Margaret McCreary Pattison. She lived for many years in Youngston, O., before moving to Sandusky.
Surviviors include two daughters, Mrs. Henry Bechtel and Mrs. Kenneth Curtis, both of Sandusky; three brothers, Thomas M., John D. and R.H. Pattison, all of New Castle, and one sister, Mrs. Nannie Shellenberger, New Castle. She also leaves four grandchildren, Armin Bechtel, Mrs. Frank Beckett, Mrs. Robert Houser and Mrs. Robert Beamer.
The body will be brought here to the R. L. Boyd funeral home.