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Chalk Mound Monthly Meeting Quaker Records

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Re: Chalk Mound Monthly Meeting Quaker Records

Posted: 27 Dec 2012 8:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/QUAKER-ROOTS/2...

If the record you are requesting was "1897" there may not be information for that year. Vol 1 is 187 pages, vol 2 is 228, vol 3 is 133, and vol 4 is 215 pages, Selby publishing and Printing, Kokomo, Indiana.
---In a website dated back in 2008, the Selby company was selling these volumes. http://www.selbypub.com/kansas.htm

As far as William T. Wilson...this name is VERY COMMON. What you know about this person might help further identify his movements and to prove/disprove the above record actually concerns him. This person you inquire upon didn't just show up in Mt. Atr from Chalk Mound and you identified him as your person of interest. In another of your postings, you identify search for records of Anna Wilson, wife of William T. Wilson, who died in Montgomery County, Iowa on 4 Oct 1873. Is there some record you have identified that indicates this William T. Wilson was this person's husband? When you post, it is probably much more important to fully identify the person you seek first, by some criteria information, such as date/place of birth, parents, siblings, spouse...OR that the person's name happens to match a person that you had found somewhere else. I am SURE, POSITIVE, that the records from the Quaker meetings will not identify this person enough to connect him as being ANY of the William T. Wilson in the US at that time. In this case, it "appears" your search first begins with data concerning this Anna Wilson, or whoever was connected. This person's date of birth would be VERY helpful to finding his ultimate date of death, cemetery, etc.
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