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Sr John Wilson, II

Birth

Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Death 1492 (aged 66–67)

Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Burial Burial Details Unknown
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~ Sir John II “Robert” Wilson ~ Earl of Cuper ~
Birth: 1425 – Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Death: 1475 – Cupar, Fife, Scotland
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Marriage to Lady Ada Antoinette Erasmus
Canongate, Midlothian, Scotland

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Sr John Wilson

Birth

Cupar, Fife, Scotland
Death 13 Feb 1492 (aged 41–42)
Burial Burial Details Unknown
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~ Sir John Wilson ~
Cupar Fife Scotland
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    John Wilson

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  • Ada Antoinette Erasmus Wilson

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  • Margaret Baxter Wilson Harvie

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    Thomas Wilson

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 William Cumberworth Wilson

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William Cumberworth Wilson

Birth

Cumbria, England
Death 27 Aug 1587 (aged 94–95)

Welbourn, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
Burial

Welbourn, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England

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~ William Cumberworth Wilson ~

Birth: 1492
Birthplace: Penrith, Cumbria, United Kingdom
Death: August 27, 1587 in Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
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Father:
Thomas Wilson, Sir
Birthdate: 1470
Birthplace: Strubby, Lincolnshire, England
Death: Died 1570 in Hartford, Cheshire, England

Mother:
Lady Anne (Cumberworth) Wilson in Windsor Castle, Windsor, England
Birth: 1478
Birthplace: Cumberworth, Lincolnshire, England
Death: 1570 in Hartford, Cheshire, England

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Spouse:
Helen Isabel Wilson (Gilmore)
Birthdate: 1496
Birthplace: Welbourn, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1545

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Children:
William Cumberworth Wilson
Birth: 1515 Penrith Cumbria, England
Death: 27 August 1587 Windsor Berkshire, England

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Birth: 1492
Birthplace: Penrith, Cumbria, United Kingdom
Death: August 27, 1587 in Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
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Father:
Thomas Wilson, Sir
Birthdate: 1470
Birthplace: Strubby, Lincolnshire, England
Death: Died 1570 in Hartford, Cheshire, England

Mother:
Lady Anne (Cumberworth) Wilson in Windsor Castle, Windsor, England
Birth: 1478
Birthplace: Cumberworth, Lincolnshire, England
Death: 1570 in Hartford, Cheshire, England

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Spouse:
Helen Isabel Wilson (Gilmore)
Birthdate: 1496
Birthplace: Welbourn, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1545

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Children:
William Cumberworth Wilson
Birth: 1515 Penrith Cumbria, England
Death: 27 August 1587 Windsor Berkshire, England

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    Thomas Wilson

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  • Anne Cumberworth Wilson

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  • Helen Isabel Gilmore Wilson

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  • William Wilson

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    William Wilson

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 William Wilson

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William Wilson

Birth

Penrith, Eden District, Cumbria, England
Death 27 Aug 1587 (aged 71–72)

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England
Burial

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England

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    William Wilson

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Rev William Wilson

Birth

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England
Death 15 May 1615 (aged 72–73)

England
Burial

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England

Plot St. George, Windsor Castle
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Reverend William Wilson born 1542 Doctorate of Divinity and graduate of Merton College, Oxford BA in 1564, MA in 1570, BD in 1576, DD 1607. Rector of Islip, Oxfordshire, 1578; rector of Cliffe, co. Kent 1579, rector of Caxton, co. Kent, 1593, prebendary of St. Paul’s London 1595-1615, and of Rochester Cathedral 1591-1614. About 1580 he became chaplair to Edmund Grindll, Archbishop of Canterbury, and in 1583 became the canon of Windsor, holding his position for thirty two years until his death Mary 15, 1615 at age 73, he was buried in the chapel of St.George, Windsor Castle, where a monumental brass to his memory states that he was “beloved of all in his Life, and much lamented in his Death.” (Alumni Oxoniensis, vol. iv, p. 1657; Ashmole’s ‘History and Antiquities of Berkshire’ p. 305; register, ante, vol. xxxviii, pp 306-308, and vol. lii, p. 144). He married first about 1575, Isabel, daughter of John Woodhall, Esq., of Walden, co Essex, by Elizabeth his wife, sister of Rev. Edmund Grindall, the celebrated Puritan Archbishop of Canterbury, described by Lord Bacon as ‘the gravest and greatest prelate of the land.” (Register, ante, vol. xxxviii,pp.301-308). He married second, Anne, sister of Rev. Erasmus Webb, canon of Windsor, who died in 1612, without issue.(Register, ante, vol. lii,pp 143-4). He was a prebend of St. Paul’s of Rochester and of Windsor, and rector of Cliffe. Notes from the Antiquities of Berkshire, by Elias Ashmole, Esq (Reading, 1736) give the inscriptions found by that famous antiquary in the Chapel of St. George, Windsor Castle, relating to this family. On the North side lied a grave stone, on which, in Brass Plates, is the figure of a Man, and this Inscription “To me to live is Christ, and to dye is Gain.” Phillip I.21. Here underneath lied interr’d the Body of William Wilson, Doctour of Divinitie, and Prebendarie of this Church by the space of 32 years. He had issue by Isabell Woodhall Wilson six sons and six daughters. He dy’d the 15th of May, in the year of our Lord 1615, of his age of 73. ‘Who thinke of Death in lyfe, can never dye, but mount through Faith, from Earth to heavenly pleasure, weep then no more, though her his body lye, his Doul’s possest of never ending Treasure.” On another small brass plate on the same grave stone, is the following inscription. ‘Neere unto this place lyes buried William Willson, the third son, who after along trial of grievous sickness, did comfortably yield up his spirit in the yeare of our Lord 1610, of his age of 23. On a brass plate, on a grave stone northward of the last is this inscription, ‘William Wilson, late of Wellsbourne, in the County of Lincolne, Gent, departed this Lyfe, within the castle of Windosre, in the yeare of our Lord 1587, the 27 day of August, and lyeth buried in this place.’ p. 309. Arms of Will’m Wilson of Welborne, per Norroy flower, 1586. ‘Per pale argen and azure three lion’s gambs barways, erased and counterchanged. Crest:-a lion’s head erased argent guttee de sang. Harleian Coll., No. 1550, Fol. 192, British Museum: Richard Mundy’s copy of the Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1564 and 1592.


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    William Wilson

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  • Isabel Woodhall Wilson

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  • Maria Wilson Sheafe

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  • William Wilson

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    John Wilson

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  • Thomas Wilson

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  • Margaret Wilson Rawson

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Rev John Wilson

Birth

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England
Death 7 Aug 1667 (aged 78)

Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial

Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA

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Birth: December 1588
Birthplace: Windsor, Berkshire, England
Death: 7 August 1667
Buria: King’s Chapel, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Occupation: Canon of Windsor, Clergyman, Merchant Tailor, English Puritan Reverend.

Memo:
Note previous carving, some of which is still visible: “…THE BODY OF MR JOHN WIL___/ ___OD HERE TO FORE RECTOR OF ___________/ HERE LIETH BURIED ELIZABETH WILSON/THE WIFE LATELY FOR 45 YEARS TOGETHER/ JOHN WILSON IN THE SAME PLAT OR ___/HEARE TO THE BODY OF ISAAC JOHNSON _____/____SH OF BLESSED MEMORIE WAITING ___/____SSED APPEARANCE OF OUR LORD____/ ______OF 3______.” John Wilson was one of the earliest settlers in Boston, minister of the First Congregational Church. He died in 1667. Issac Johnson was one of the Puritan leaders. He died in …

~ Reverend John Wilson ~

Birth: December 1588
Birthplace: Windsor, Berkshire, England
Death: 7 August 1667
Buria: King’s Chapel, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Occupation: Canon of Windsor, Clergyman, Merchant Tailor, English Puritan Reverend.

Memo:
Note previous carving, some of which is still visible: “…THE BODY OF MR JOHN WIL___/ ___OD HERE TO FORE RECTOR OF ___________/ HERE LIETH BURIED ELIZABETH WILSON/THE WIFE LATELY FOR 45 YEARS TOGETHER/ JOHN WILSON IN THE SAME PLAT OR ___/HEARE TO THE BODY OF ISAAC JOHNSON _____/____SH OF BLESSED MEMORIE WAITING ___/____SSED APPEARANCE OF OUR LORD____/ ______OF 3______.” John Wilson was one of the earliest settlers in Boston, minister of the First Congregational Church. He died in 1667. Issac Johnson was one of the Puritan leaders. He died in Boston in the fall of 1630 and was buried in his garden plot, the first burial in what went on to become King’s Chapel Burying Ground.
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This slate stone may have been rejected by the carver, William Mumford, and reused for Walter Newbery in Newport. It is the only stone that I know of that references Rev. John Wilson, his wife Elizabeth, and Isaac Johnson! ~~~~~~~~~~~~*

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Father
Reverend William Wilson, D.D.
Birth: 1542
Birthplace: Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, England
Death: 15 May 1615
Windsor, Berkshire, England
Place of Burial: Windsor, Berkshire, England

Mother
Isabel Alice (Woodhall) Wilson
Birth: 1546
Birthplace: Waldon, Devon, England
Death: 1615
Rochester, Medway, England, United Kingdom
…Daughter of John Woodhall, of Walden and Elizabeth Grindall, who was the sister of Edmund Grindal, Archbishop of Canterbury under Elizabeth I.

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Biography for spouse: Elizabeth ( Mansfield) Wilson

Birth: 3 December 1592 Henley-on-Thames Oxfordshire, England
Death: 1658 Boston Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA.
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Elizabeth (Mansfield) Wilson was the daughter of John (1553 – 1601) and Elizabeth Isabel (Leigh) Mansfield,(1570 – 1634) she was baptized 3 December 1592 at Henley-on-Thames, Oxford. She married the Rev. John Wilson about 1617, She died about 1658. She did not accompany her husband to Massachusetts Bay in 1630, and her unwillingness to come to New England was the subject of several letters from Margaret Winthrop to her son John in May 1631; she first reported that “Mr. Wilson is now in London and promised me to come and see you. He cannot yet persuade his wife to go, for all he hath taken this pains to come and fetch her. I marvel what mettle she is made on. Sure she will yield at last, or else we shall want him exceedingly in New England.” In her second letter she noted that WILLIAM CODDINGTON “is gone to Sudbury to Mr. Wilson,” and in her third letter that “if he go it must be without his wife’s consent, for she is more averse than ever she was.” John Wilson’s wife did return with him in 1632, however, for they had a child born and baptized in Boston in 1633. When John Wilson made a second trip to England in 1634, she was “at first very much affected with her husband’s departure, but she is now well pacified” They had four children: Edmund, John, Elizabeth Rogers, and Mary (Wilson) Danforth Rock. Elizabeth Wilson was sister of JOHN MANSFIELD {1635, Boston} & of Anne (Mansfield) Keayne, wife of ROBERT KEAYNE {1635, Boston}. Her husband was uncle of EDWARD RAWSON {1637, Newbury} & of Dorothy (Sheafe) Whitfield, wife of Henry WHITFIELD (1639, Guilford), and related in some way to Simon BIRD (1635, Boston). Source: Anderson’s Winthrop Fleet.

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Biography for Rev. John Wilson:

WILSON, John, clergyman, born in Windsor, England, in 1588; died in Boston, Massachusetts, 7 August, 1667. Young Wilson was educated at Eton and at Cambridge, where he was graduated about 1606. He studied law three years at one of the inns of court, and took orders in the Church of England, but soon became conspicuous for his Puritanical leanings, he preached at Mortlake, Henley, Bumstead, Stoke, Clare, and Candish, and for several years was minister of Sudbury, Essex, where he was repeatedly suspended or silenced by the bishop’s court for his opinions, but was befriended by Robert Rich, Earl of Warwick. Becoming interested in the colonization of Massachusetts, he and many of his neighbors embarked on 8 April, 1630, in the great fleet with John Winthrop and his associates of the Massachusetts company. He landed at Salem on 12 June, and soon afterward removed to Charlestown, where he preached under a tree, and on 30 July organized what was subsequently the 1st church in Boston, to which place the majority of the members soon removed. He was ordained teacher of the church on 27 August by imposition of hands by the several communicants. In 1631 he sailed for England, where he remained until May, 1632, and was ordained pastor in November of the latter year. He again visited England in the autumn of 1634, and remained absent a year. Soon after his return the Antinomian controversy arose in his congregation, and Governor Winthrop and Wilson fought stoutly against the faction that was led by Anne Hutchinson . While this discussion was pending, an expedition was sent against the Pequots, and Mr. Wilson was selected by lot as its chaplain. He outlived two colleagues in the ministry, John Cotton and John Norton, and was left at the age of seventy-six with the entire charge of his congregation on his hands. He continued in the active discharge of his duties until finally disabled by a fatal disease.

Bio by: JP Fortin


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    William Wilson

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  • Elizabeth Mansfield Wilson

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Siblings

  • Maria Wilson Sheafe

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  • William Wilson

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  • Thomas Wilson

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  • Margaret Wilson Rawson

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    John Wilson

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  • Elizabeth Wilson Rogers

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    Mary Wilson Danforth

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Rev John Wilson

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Rev John Wilson

Birth

Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England
Death 23 Aug 1691 (aged 69)

Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial

Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA

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First minister of Medfield.

The Belcher Families, Vol. 60, Family History Library, The Belcher Families in New England by Joseph Gardner Bartlett, Esq., page 134: First pastor of the First Church in Boston.

A daughter of Rev. Thomas and Susannah Hooker of Hartford, Colony of Conn., born at Little Baddow (a suburb of Chelmsford, Essex, England), 1629 (or 1630); m. Rev. John Wilson, Jr., of Dorchester, Mass., son of Rev. John Wilson of the First Church of Boston, and Elizabeth (Mansfield) Wilson, his wife. They were not married when Rev. Thomas Hooker died in 1647, but preparations were then being made for it, and they were married soon afterward and settled in Dorchester, Mass., where Mr. Wilson was a colleague of Rev. Richard Mather.

Rev. John Wilson was born in London, England, Sept. 1621, and came with his father to New England in 1630. He from Harvard College in 1642, and was ordained and settled with Mr. Mather at Dorchester. In 1651 he removed to Medfield, Mass., where he became a famous preacher, and remained there until his death in 1691. He died at Medfield, Mass., Aug. 23, 1691. She died at Braintree, Mass., Aug. 20,1725.

Source: The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633

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William Wilson, of Wellborn MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1520
Penrith, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom
Death: August 27, 1587 (63-71)
Windsor Castle, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom
Place of Burial: St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle
Immediate Family: Husband of Mrs. William Wilson and Margaret Collins
Father of Hamon Wilson; Rev. Dr. William Wilson; Alexander Wilson and Mary Wilson
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He was born at Penrith, and removed to “of Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, gentleman, who was buried in Saint George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, where he presumably was some sort of official, although there is no record of more than his burial there.”

The names of William’s parents is not currently known. No documentation exists that proves any parental relationships.

“William Wilson apparently moved from Welbourn to Windsor in Berkshire where he held a position of sufficient importance that he was called gentleman and was buried in the Chapel of Saint George by Windsor Castle.”

He was “‘late of Wellsbourne, Lincolnshire, gent., ‘ who is buried in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.”

“The father of the Rev. William Wilson of Windsor was, as we have found, a William Wilson of Wellsbourne, In Lincolnshire, who died in Windsor Castle and was buried there in 1587.”

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Robert Willson MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1600
Death: 1674 (74)
Immediate Family: Son of William Wilson and Janet Wilson
Husband of Isobel Willson
Father of James Willson
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James Willson MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1620
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: 1690 (70)
Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Immediate Family: Son of Robert Willson and Isobel Willson
Husband of Mary Willson
Father of John Willson
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John Willson MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1646
Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: 1750 (104)
Maryland, United States
Immediate Family: Son of James Willson and Mary Willson
Husband of Isabelle Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Father of Robert Wilson, Sr
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Robert Wilson (Willson), Sr MP

Gender: Male
Birth: 1669
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Death: November 03, 1745 (76)
Augusta County, Virginia
Immediate Family: Son of John Willson and Agnes Davy Willson
Husband of Jane Lee
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CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 Page 1.

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. WILL BOOK NO. 1. page 5

–Robert Willson, in Shanadore in Virginia, will dated 3d November, 1745. Wife, Jane; estate except such as is nominated of the hole head to son John. Son, John; daughter, Jannet Holmes, 20 shillings; daughter, Catrin Bell, 20 shillings; nephew (?), Robert Holmes; daughters, Elizabeth, Jane, Frances. Executors, Wm. Long and James Alexander. Teste: Jno. Patterson, Gabriel Holmes, James Bell. Proved, 11th February, 1745, by John Patterson. Proved, 16th April, 1745, by Gabriel Holmes.

It is assumed the correct spelling for the surname was Wilson

Spouse: Jane Wilson Son: John Wilson Daughter: Jannet Holmes Daughter: Catrin Bell Daughter: Elizabeth Wilson Daughter: Frances Wilson


Burial: Unknown


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John Burgess of Edinburg Wilson Wilsone, 1450 – 1492 John Burgess of Edinburg Wilson Wilsone14501492

John Burgess of Edinburg Wilson Wilsone was born in 1450, at birth place.
John married Margaret Baxter Wilson Wilsone (born HARVIE – Scottish Royalty) on month day 1489, at age 39 at marriage place.
Margaret was born on September 29 1470, in Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland.
They had one son: Thomas Wilson.
John lived at address.
John passed away on month day 1492, at age 42 at death place.
He was buried at burial place.

John Wilson, 1663 – 1717 John Wilson16631717MarylandMaryland

John Wilson was born in 1663, at birth place, Maryland, to SIR James (Henry ) Cunningham Wilson Wilsone and Lady Margaret P. Wilson Wilsone (born Gott Kidd).
SIR was born on September 11 1618, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
Lady was born in 1645, in Calvert, Maryland, USA.
John had 5 siblings: JOSEPH WILSON, Thomas Wilson and 3 other siblings.
John passed away in month 1717, at age 54 at death place, Maryland.

John Wilson, 1630 – 1690 John Wilson16301690

John Wilson was born in 1630, at birth place, to SIR George H Wilson Wilsone and LADY Alisoun Wilson Wilsone (born Alison /Cunninghame (Wilson Wylson Wolsoun Wulson)).
SIR was born in 1590, in Canongate, Midlothian, Scotland / Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
LADY was born in 1595, in Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
John had 6 siblings: SIR James (Henry ) Cunningham Wilson Wilsone, George Wilson and 4 other siblings.
John passed away in 1690, at age 60 at death place.

John Wilson Wilsone Wolsoun Wulson, 1605 – 1658 John Wilson Wilsone Wolsoun Wulson16051658

John Wilson Wilsone Wolsoun Wulson was born in 1605, at birth place, to Sir John Wilson Wilsone and Margaret CRAWFORD (born Cunningham).
Sir was born in 1560, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
Margaret was born in 1560, in Lochinver, Sutherland, Scotland.
John had 6 brothers: Thomas Wilson, John Wilson and 4 other siblings.
John passed away in 1658, at age 53.

John Wilson John Wilson

John Wilson was born to HENRIE HENRY Henre Wilson Wilsone and Margaret Wilson Wilsone (born Lindsay).
HENRIE was born circa 1623, in of Dunfermline, Fife, Scot..
Margaret was born on January 30 1625, in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.
John was baptized on month day 1663, at baptism place.
He had 10 siblings: Christian Allan (born Wilson), David Wilson and 8 other siblings.
John passed away.

John1450 Sir Cupar Fife Scotland Wilson, 1450 – 1469 John1450 Sir Cupar Fife Scotland Wilson14501469

John1450 Sir Cupar Fife Scotland Wilson was born in 1450, at birth place, to SIR John Robert Wilson Wilsone and Lady Ada Antoinette Wilson Wilsone (born Erasmus).
SIR was born in 1425, in Cupar-Burgh, Fife, Scotland.
Lady was born in 1430, in Cupar, Fife, Scotland.
John1450 had 12 siblings: SIR John Robert (Cupar of Fife) Wilson Wilsone Wylson/ Burgess of Edinburg, Archibald Wilson and 10 other siblings.
John1450 passed away in 1469, at age 19 at death place.

John Wilson, born 1603 John Wilson1603

John Wilson was born in 1603, at birth place, to Sir John Wilson Wilsone and Lady Margaret Glencairn Maclean (born Cunningham).
Sir was born in 1560, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
Lady was born in 1563, in Lochinver, Sutherland, Scotland.
John had 20 siblings: John Wilson Wilsone Wolsoun Wulson, Adam (or James) WILSON and 18 other siblings.
John passed away at death place.

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