Robert and Nancy (SCOTT) WILSON [48 and 49] and Robert’s parents Isaac and Anna WILSON [96 and 97] came to northeast Decatur County, Indiana, in the early- to mid-1820s from the state of Delaware. Robert and Nancy spent some years in Kentucky prior to their move north to Indiana. It is possible that siblings of Robert also moved to Indiana. Isaac and Anna WILSON may have moved directly from Delaware to Indiana. Continue reading
UPDATE January 2019: After more study, I do believe that the Sabina/Sibby BALLENGER I discuss in this article was not Labina/Libby, but was indeed Sabina/Sibby. I have modified the article accordingly.
NOTE: January 2019. After this article, I discovered that the original interactive maps for Kentucky are at mapofus.org.
I did not want to have to try to figure out new ancestors this week. It’s so hard! I have the flu! And I wrote every day last week! With the flu! But the 52 Ancestors theme this week is “King.” How could I not do something on my KING ancestors? Maybe somebody else in the group will have the same ancestors.
Wouldn’t that be lucky?
Oh, dear, these folks were in Kentucky!
Henry Bascom WILSON was the tenth child of Robert and Nancy (SCOTT) WILSON, and grandson of Isaac WILSON and his wife Anna —— of Sussex County, Delaware.
He was born in Decatur County, Indiana, 13 June 1824. I like to think of my ancestors as little babies. We all start there – as sweet little babies. But the only photo I have of him is this one from a group picture where he was an old man.