Roy U. WILSON (1894-1939) – 52 Ancestors (Ancestor 6)
My mother’s daddy died when she was only 8 years old. His full name was Roy UlmontWILSON, born 1 October 1894 near Warrington, Hancock County, Indiana, to Isaac Andrew WILSON, a blacksmith and farmer in Brown Township, and Barbara Ellen (HAAS) WILSON, a first generation German-American who was born in Pennsylvania, probably Philadelphia, not long after her parents immigrated. I have been told that Roy absolutely hated his middle name and used only his initial. He even named his first born Roy U. Wilson, Jr., with no middle name.
Isaac VAN DUYN (1822-1903) – Willing to Fight, Lost His Sight – 52 Ancestors
Isaac VAN DUYN was born on 15 May 1822 in Ohio.1,2 Many undocumented family trees say he was born in Belmont County, Ohio, although I have yet to find credible evidence of this. Some trees say his parents are Isaac and Anna (DAVIS) VAN DUYN. I have no credible evidence of this yet, either. Continue reading →
I have found the ability to order and immediately download DAR applications for Revolutionary War descendants to be very helpful. That service has been provided for quite a while for only $10. Now, in addition, you can order the supporting documentation that was given when the application was being made. This is an additional $20, and I will be doing this for my Revolutionary War Ancestors.
John Marion RENFRO was my paternal grandmother’s maternal grandfather. He was born about 1846 in either Madison County or Rock Island County, Illinois, to Absalom RENFRO and Elizabeth (CORMACK) RENFRO. The surname RENFRO is of Scottish origin (possibly of the location Renfrewshire), and CORMACK (McCORMACK, MacCORMACK) is of Scotch-Irish origin.
Simple Pedigree Chart of James Joseph TRAUTMAN (aka James Joseph WILSON). Copyright Notice: You do not have permission to download or copy this image without obtaining it from me. Thank you.