James L. Wilson
d.19 Apr 1850
m. Bef Sep 1803
- James L. Wilson1803 - 1850
Facts and Events
||James L. Wilson
||17 Sep 1803
||Maryland, United States
||9 April 1836
||Cecil, Maryland, United Statesto Letitia Thompson
||Frederick, Maryland, United States
||3 Feb 1843
||Named as son in mother's will
||9 Apr 1844
||Frederick, Maryland, United Statespurchased chattel property (inc. smith's tools)
||16 Jan 1849
||Cecil, Maryland, United Statespresented final statement as executor of mother's estate
||Frederick, Maryland, United Statesunrecovered costs as Constable included in assets in administration of estate
||19 Apr 1850
||21 May 1851
||Frederick, Maryland, United States
||Point of Rocks, Frederick, Maryland, United StatesSt. Paul's Episcopal Church
- ↑ Buckeye, Frederick, Maryland, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.
Jas. L. Wilson, 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-29, 1 male 30-39, 1 female under 5, 1 female 15-19, 1 female 20-29
[Note: on same page as Wm. Short, named with James in mother's will; also on same page are Jno Butcher and Dan'l Duval, witnesses to mother's will]
- ↑ Will of Mary (Segars) Short, in Segars Family Documents, Primary quality.
- ↑ Book N 1846-1849; FHL #0013885, in Maryland. Orphan's Court (Cecil County). Administration accounts : 1819-1854. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1948), p. 435.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Holdcraft, Jacob Mehrling. Names in stone : 75,000 cemetery inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1985), Vol. II, p. 1242, Secondary quality.
Wilson, James L. 17 Sep 1803 - 19 Apr 1850, Point of Rocks, St. Paul's Episcopal Church
s. John Francis 22 Apr 1846 - 18 Feb 1852, Point of Rocks, St. Paul's Episcopal Church
- ↑ Frederick County (Maryland), Circuit Court, Deeds, Liber HS 21 1843-1844; Maryland State Archives, p. 417-8, Primary quality.
Know all men by these presents
Jacob Marshall of Frederick County, Maryland
for $35.28 paid by
James L. Wilson of the same place
sells the following chattels:
2 Feather beds Bedstead Bedding
1 Beaurue, 1 corner cupboard
1 tinplate stove and [ ]
7 [ ] chairs
1 smith's anvil, 1 screw plate, 4 hammers, 4 pair of tongs
1 set of shoeing tools & bore, 1 Wheel B[orer?]
2 iron pots, 2 skillets
1 tub & 3 Barrels
Signed 9 April 1844, Jacob Marshall
Witness Joseph Stockman, M. Mahooney
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Frederick County, Administration Accounts, in Maryland, United States. Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1792-1983. (FamilySearch Record Search), Vol. 5, 1851-1852, Primary quality.
p. 73 & ff
The 1st a/c of Charles E. Thomas Admr of James L. Wilson late of Frederick County deceased
Inventory of Personal Property returned on 23 April 1850: Value = $818.81 and 3/4
Plus income from 22 notes & other sources, inc. cost received as Constable: Total = $1362.17 and 3/4
Less Costs, including commissions allowed for administration: Total =$399.00 (Balance for distribtution according to the law), as follows:
to Letitia Wilson, widow (1/3) = $133.00
Residue of $44.33 and 1/3 each to
Martha E. Wilson, a daughter
James W. Wilson, a son
John F. Wilson, a son
Columbus W. Wilson, a son
Hugh T. Wilson, a son
Mary S. Wilson, a daughter
p. 152 - 4 Aug 1851
The 2d and final a/c of Charles E. Thomas Admr of James L. Wilson late of Frederick County decd
Balance due the estate for distribution paid to Letitia Wilson for her share, and to Letitia Wilson as guardian of Martha E. Wilson, James W. Wilson, John T. Wilson, Columbus W. Wilson, Hugh Wilson and Mary S. Wilson.
- ↑ Port Deposit, Cecil County, Maryland, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 316, Fam 316, Primary quality.
Wilson, Columbus, 36, married, Blacksmith, b. MD, both parents b. MD
, Mary, 30, wife, keeping house, b MD, both parents b. MD
, John, 9, son, b. MD
, Anna, 7, dau, b. MD
, Howard, 2, son, b. MD
, Letitia, 16, niece, b. MD, both parents b. MD
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