-JEFF DAVIS WILSON & CHILDREN

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Name: Jefferson Davis WILSON1

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Birth:    28 Jun 1863 Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri
Death:  11 Dec 1946 Van Alstyne, Grayson County, Texas
Burial:   Weston, Collin County, Texas

Father: Alexander WILSON (1812-1896)
Mother: Mary KIDWELL (1823-1906)

Marriage: 31 Mar 1887  Weston, Collin County, Texas

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Spouse: Ida Leona SALING
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Birth: 13 Feb 1869 Granville, Monroe Co., Missouri
Death: 20 Jul 1937   Weston, Collin County, Texas
Burial: 21 Jul 1937   Warden Cemetery, Collin Co., Texas

Father: Francis Marion SALING (1836-1923)
Mother: Mary Susan SNELL (1847-1879)

Children:
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1 M: Joseph Marion (Joe) WILSON

Birth: 25 Jan 1888 Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: 4 Feb 1924 Weston, Collin Co., Tx

Spouse: Stella MILLER    Marriage: 19 Sep 1915

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2 F: Hattie (Pearl) WILSON

Birth: 7 Sep 1889 Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: 26 Apr 1979 Van Alstyne, Grayson Co., Tx

Spouse: Claude MILLER    Marriage: 15 Aug 1912

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3 M: Charles Alexander (Charlie) WILSON

Birth: 10 Mar 1892 Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: 4 Dec 1951

Spouse: Lillian JACKSON    Marriage: 24 Jan 1913

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4 F: (Abbie) Leona WILSON

Birth    13 Oct 1894   Allen, Indian Territory
Death:   2 Dec 1974   Sherman, Grayson Co., Tx

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5 F: Sarah Alice "Allie" WILSON

Birth:  25 Mar 1897  Weston, Collin Co., Tx

Death:  6 Feb 1969

Spouse: John Daniel BAKER    Marriage: 18 Oct 1914

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6 M: Jeffie James "Jim" WILSON

Birth: 25 Mar 1897 Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: May 1976

Spouse:  Amy MILLER    Marriage:  25 Dec 1915

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7 F: (Ettie) Belle WILSON invisi-spacer.gif (822 bytes) ettiebelleag2jpg.jpg (34748 bytes)invisi-spacer.gif (822 bytes)etalab.jpg (190811 bytes)

Birth: 27 Feb 1900 Weston, Collin County, Texas
Death: 15 Nov 1974 Henderson, Texas

Spouse: Edgar Leondus (Jack) WILLARD   Marriage: 15 Jul 1922   Warden School House - First Christian Church

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8 M: Tommie Bryan "Tom" WILSON

Birth: 24 Feb 1903 Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: abt 1980 Tombean, Texas

Spouse:  Gladys Maude BIGGS    Marriage: 11 Jul 1934

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9 F: Mary (Beulah) WILSON

Birth:  21 Jan 1906 Weston, Collin Co., Tx

Spouse:  Roy JORDAN    Marriage:  8 Jul 1939   Baptist Church, Sherman, TX

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10 F: Susie (Ola) WILSON

Birth: 14 Dec 1908  Weston, Collin Co., Tx
Death: 30 Jul 1979

Spouse: Edgar Rufus SLEDGE    Marriage:  3 Jan 1942

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11 M: Willie Edgar "Bill" WILSON

Birth:  3 Sep 1911 Weston, Collin Co., Tx

Spouse: Lucy LOCKETT    Marriage:  14 Sep 1936

 

 

Notes for Ida Leona SALING

Another of My School Mates Passed Away
             
     published Thursday, August 12, 1937, The Van Alstyne Leader

On my return home on the evening of July the 25th, I was informed that Mrs. Ida Saling Wilson had passed over death's chilly stream; and her remains placed in the home of the silent dead. This gave me deepest regrets and made me to realize that another of the many of my acquaintances of my childhood days, now numbered with others of whom I had enjoyed association in the long-long ago.

Memory tells me of the many times I had enjoyed pass time sports on the school ground with her and others of my school attendants; and especially does it recall the many times we joined in lessons and singing in the Sunday School at the old Warden School house, under the superindendance of John Willard (who has long time lived at Celina, Texas).

Then, too, I am reminded that Jeff Wilson, having attended schools, singings, and Sunday School there, had developed that degree of affection for Miss Ida which brought about their union that lasted until death separated. Of Ida it only fair to say she was ever faithful in the discharge of life's duties, and to say she was apt in learning, obedient to the summons of her divine Master and Savior, loyal as a neighbor, faithful to the home.

In a more touching form of expression, I speak of her as follows:

In her childhood's happy days
She did her daily duties well;
Was modest in her words and ways
The truth she'd ever tell.

Kind to parents, sister, brother
Made life pleasant for her guests;
Loved she the right more than all other
In youth, Christ's name she had confessed.

Cared she for her children ever.
Stove to make this life all joys.
Instructed wrong did she...no- never.
Advised aright, her girls and boys.

For neighbors, friends and kindred dear,
She had a word of worthwhile good
Ever tried to make life cheer
Never failed to praise her God.

May all who knew this faithful mortal
Of her sufferings here below
Strive to meet her in that portal
Where pain and sorrow is no more.

..........J. E. Nichols.

 

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