Person:Thomas Wilson (98)

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  1. Rev. William Wilson1751 - 1835
  2. Thomas Wilson1765 - 1826
  3. Rev. Robert Wilson1772 - 1822
m. 19 SEP 1792
  1. Alpheus Poage Wilson1794 - 1832
  2. Philander Wilson1796 - 1796
  3. Edgar Campbell Wilson1800 - 1860
  4. Rev. Norval Wilson1802 - 1879
  5. Agnes 'Nancy' Wilson1805 - 1862
  6. George Washington Wilson1807 - 1861
  7. Louisa Ann Wilson1809 - 1833
  8. Julia Wilson1812 - 1892
  9. Mary Wilson1814 - 1814
  10. Mary Wilson1816 - 1816
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Wilson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 11 Sep 1765 Staunton, Virginia, United States
Marriage 19 SEP 1792 Augusta County, Virginiato Mary 'Polly' Poage
Death[1] 24 Jan 1826 Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia, United States

Thomas Wilson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Thomas Wilson (September 11, 1765 – January 24, 1826) was a U.S. Representative from Virginia, father of Edgar Campbell Wilson and grandfather of Eugene McLanahan Wilson.

Notes

http://www.roanetnhistory.org/bookread.php?loc=WaddellsAnnals&pgid=344

The REV. WILLIAM WILSON had two sons, Dr. James Wilson and Thomas P. Wilson. His brother, Thomas Wilson, married a Miss Poage, of Augusta, and settled in Morgantown, Monongalia county. (Note: Rev. William Wilson was this Thomas Wilson's brother).

The sons of Thomas Wilson were: 1. Edward C. (s/b Edgar) Wilson, a lawyer and member of Congress; 2. Rev. Norval Wilson, of the Methodist Episcopal church, father of Bishop Alpheus Wilson; 3. Alpheus P. Wilson, a prominent lawyer and member of the State Senate, from a district embracing all northwest Virginia from Pennsylvania to Kentucky. He removed to New Orleans, and in 1830 fell from a steamboat and drowned.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Wilson (Virginia politician), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.