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WILSON, ROBERTSON

Posted: 15 May 2000 6:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 10:40AM GMT
Surnames: WILSON, ROBERTSON
POSSIBLE ORANGE COUNTY ANCESTORS:

I am researching the ancestors of Andrew WILSON (b. ca. 1750 unk. d. 1827 Wilson Co. TN) who married Margaret ROBERTSON a/k/a ROBERSON a/k/a ROBINSON May, 1774 in Guilford Co., NC. Andrew WILSON resided near High Rock Ford, Rockingham County, NC ca. 1774-1800 when he relocated to Wilson Co., TN near Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, together with ROBERTSON brothers-in-law Hugh ROBERTSON (ca. 175-1805) a veteran of the NC Continental Line at Guilford Court House in March 1781, and Andrew ROBERTSON (b. ca. 1760 d. 1837 Clay Co, MO).Could John WILSON (d, 1800 Rowan Co.. NC) be the grandfather of my Andrew Wilson? John Wilson's will prob. 1800 ROWAN CO., NC gives specific bequest of 100 acres to ANDREW WILSON, son of my son JOHN WILSON. The surnames ANDREW and JOHN carry through my WILSON Line to the early 1900's. (E.g. ANDREW WILSON (1750-1827) had only one son named JOHN R. WILSON, whose eldest son was named ANDREW R. WILSON.
Any help on this issue would be appreciated.
ANDREW ROBERTSON (b 1796 Wilson Co., TN d. 1872 Clay Co. MO) said his father Hugh ROBERTSON and his uncle Andrew WILSON were Revolutionary Solders at Battle of Guilford Court House March 1781 in his personal autobiography of 1870. Would like to confirm this statement from records.
Thanks.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
TJR61 15 May 2000 12:00PM GMT 
LeonardBailey... 14 Sep 2002 7:33AM GMT 
LonnieDSmith 21 Apr 2013 3:09PM GMT 
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