William Wiitala1

M, b. 12 February 1967, d. 13 April 2007
     William Wiitala was born on 12 February 1967.2 He was the son of Martin Elmer Wiitala and Nancy Marie Sewall.1 William Wiitala died on 13 April 2007 at the age of 40.2

Citations

  1. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 63434374."
  2. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 59310264."

(unkown) Wilascot of Salop1

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     (unkown) Wilascot of Salop married (unknown) Lee of Langley, daughter of (unknown) Lee of Langley.

There is some doubt whether the vill of Wollascott was a member of Albrighton, but the balance of evidence favours such a supposition rather than say any other. The Abbot of Shrewsbury indeed never appears seized in demesne of Wollascott; but some of the Abbots feoffments were so very early and absolute that the Feofees, when they at length appear, are found in all but complete independence. Eyton supposes that the family of Le Poer were originally the Abbot's tenants there.
By 1259 we have a William de Wollascott whose name appears in a number of documents; he was still living in 1293 but by 1320 Roger de Wollascot, who attested a deed, represented this family. Eyton: Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. 10, p. 110

A Patent Roll of 22 February 1441 mentions a William Wollascot of Weston who obviously knew Ralph Lee "Whereas by an inquisition taken virtute officii before Ralph Lee, late escheator in the county of Salop, it was found that John Hordeley, late of Shrewsbury, was seised of the manor of Hordelay and granted the same to William Walford and Thomas More, chaplains, and their heirs and assigns for over, by collusion between John Hampton, late abbot of the church of St. Peter, Shrewsbury, and the said William and Thomas, for the use of the said abbot and church, contrary to the statute of mortmain of Richard II; and afterwards at the suit of Richard, son of Richard Lakyn, knight, John Sainford, William Wollascot of Weston, John Walker, John Shanbery, clerk, and Thomas Walker the younger, complaining that whereas Matthew Hordeley was seised of the said manor and granted the same to John Howell, vicar of the church of Grysford, and John Houghton of Elesmere, chaplain, and their heirs and assigns for ever, and they were seised thereof until they died without heir; after whoso death the manor descended to Joan Fenymer, wife of William Fenymer, as kinswoman and heir of the said John Houghton, being daughter of Mabel, his sister, and William and Joan were seised and enfeoffed thereof the said Richard, son of Richard Lakyn, John Samford, William Wollascot, John Walker, John Shanbery and Thomas Walker,and their heirs and assigns for ever, and they were seised thereof, until by colour of the said inquisition and letters patent to Thomas Walker dated 10 February in the sixteenth year touching the keeping of the manor they were unjustly expelled, although the said John Hordeley had not granted the same to William Walford and Thomas More, as is supposed by the inquisition, nor ever had any title therein ; and beseeching the king to annul the said letters patent and to restore the petitioners to the manor:-
the king on 24 May in the sixteenth year commanded the sheriff of the county to cause Thomas Walker to appear before the king in Chancery in the quinzaine of Trinity following to show why the said letters patent should not be annulled and the petitioners restored, and the sheriff summoned the said Thomas by Richard Maffen and Roger Nonelay, and he appeared and said that the grant to William Walford and Thomas More had been made by collusion between them and the said abbot, as did also the said petitioners, by colour whereof the said record was delivered by the hands of John, bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor, to the justices of the Bench to try the issue and a writ was directed to the sheriff of Salop to cause to come before the king in the quinzaine of Martinmas in the eighteenth year twenty-four knights and legal men of the vicinage of Hordeley who had no knowledge of the petitioners and Thomas Walker, and there came the said Richard, son of Richard, John Samford, William Wallascot, John Walker, John Shanbury and Thomas Walker the younger by William Broun, his attorney, and Thomas Walker, but none of the twenty-four, wherefore the sheriff was directed to distrain on their goods and bring them before the king within fifteen days from Hilary following, on which day the petitioners and Thomas Walker appeared, but on the fourth day the latter came not, wherefore the case went against him by default, and the sheriff was commanded to distrain on the goods of the jurors and bring them before the king within fifteen days after Easter following to hold the assizes in the county, assigning Monday in St. Peter's Chair at Shrewsbury, the same day being given to the petitioners; and afterwards before William Westbury and John Hody, justices of assize in the county, the petitioners came (Thomas Parkhous appearing as the attorney of Thomas Walker the younger), and the jury said that John Hordeley never had the manor nor granted it to the petitioners and that the manor was worth 5 marks yearly; and now the petitioners have shewn that through their suit they have been reduced to poverty and that the jury was taken illegally through the default of the said Thomas Walker, and yet they cannot institute a new suit, because a decision valid in law cannot be revoked:-
the king grants to them and their heirs the restitution of the manor as fully as they had the same before their expulsion.
By p.s. and dated as above." Patent Rolls 19 Henry VI. Part 2. pp. 517-8.2,3

Child of (unkown) Wilascot of Salop and (unknown) Lee of Langley

Citations

  1. [S96] Robert Tresswell, The Visitation of Shropshire, 1623., p. 260.
  2. [S396] R.W. Eyton, Shropshire, Vol. 10 p. 110.
  3. [S411] Calendar of Patent Rolls, 19 Henry VI. Part 2. pp. 517-8.

Joan Wilascot1

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     Joan Wilascot was the daughter of (unkown) Wilascot of Salop and (unknown) Lee of Langley. Joan Wilascot married William Horne.

Child of Joan Wilascot and William Horne

Citations

  1. [S96] Robert Tresswell, The Visitation of Shropshire, 1623., p. 260.

Jeanie Lou Wilcoc

F, b. 6 July 1951
     Jeanie Lou Wilcoc was born on 6 July 1951.

Emma Wilcox1

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     Emma Wilcox was the daughter of Mary Jane Dana.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Ervings E. Wilcox1

M, b. circa 1900
     Ervings E. Wilcox was born circa 1900 in Temple, Texas.2 He was the son of George E. Wilcox and Annie Roach.1 Ervings E. Wilcox married Evelyn D. Packard, daughter of Luther William Packard and Laura Blanche Sewall, on 21 May 1925 in Nashua, New Hampshire.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947.
         
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.

Evelyn Sewall Wilcox

F, b. 16 June 1910, d. 10 August 1997
     Evelyn Sewall Wilcox was born on 16 June 1910 in Abington, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Francis Earl Wilcox and Jessie Ellen Sewall.2 Evelyn Sewall Wilcox died on 10 August 1997 in Abington, Massachusetts, at the age of 87.3

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915.
  2. [S206] 1920 US Census, Abington.
  3. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003.

Francis Earl Wilcox1

M, b. 7 March 1889, d. 11 October 1976
     Francis Earl Wilcox was born on 7 March 1889 in Whitman, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of George N. Wilcox and Eusibia Johnson.1 Francis Earl Wilcox married Jessie Ellen Sewall, daughter of Dummer Sewall and Caroline Bates, on 16 October 1909 in Abington, Massachusetts.1 Francis Earl Wilcox died on 11 October 1976 in Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at the age of 87.2

Children of Francis Earl Wilcox and Jessie Ellen Sewall

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003.
  3. [S206] 1920 US Census, Abington.

George E. Wilcox1

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     George E. Wilcox married Annie Roach.1

Child of George E. Wilcox and Annie Roach

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947.
         

George N. Wilcox1

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     George N. Wilcox married Eusibia Johnson.1

Child of George N. Wilcox and Eusibia Johnson

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915.

Madeline Louise Wilcox1

F, b. 20 December 1914, d. 1 November 2004
     Madeline Louise Wilcox was born on 20 December 1914 in Abington, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Francis Earl Wilcox and Jessie Ellen Sewall.2 Madeline Louise Wilcox died on 1 November 2004 in Abington, Massachusetts, at the age of 89.3

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915.
  2. [S206] 1920 US Census, Abington.
  3. [S210] Social Security Death Index.

Ruth Wilcoxson1

F, b. 31 August 1667, d. after 1743
     Ruth Wilcoxson was born on 31 August 1667.1 She was the daughter of Timothy Wilcoxson and Joanna Birdsey.1 Ruth Wilcoxson married Robert Walker, son of Joseph Walker and Abigail Prudden, on 1 August 1695.1 Ruth Wilcoxson died after 1743.1

Child of Ruth Wilcoxson and Robert Walker

Citations

  1. [S34] Unverified internet information, www.wizard.net/~aldonna/rwe_a.htm.

Timothy Wilcoxson1

M, b. circa 1637, d. 13 January 1712/13
     Timothy Wilcoxson was born circa 1637.1 He was the son of William Wilcoxson.2 Timothy Wilcoxson married Joanna Birdsey, daughter of John Birdsey and Phillipa (Unknown), on 28 December 1664 in Stratford, Connecticut.1 Timothy Wilcoxson died on 13 January 1712/13 in Stratford, Connecticut, (or 13 Jan 1710/11).1

Child of Timothy Wilcoxson and Joanna Birdsey

Citations

  1. [S34] Unverified internet information, www.wizard.net/~aldonna/rwe_a.htm.
  2. [S34] Unverified internet information.

William Wilcoxson1

M, b. circa 1601, d. before 16 June 1652
     William Wilcoxson was born circa 1601.1 He was a linen weaver.1 He emigrated in 1635 on the Planter.1 He died before 16 June 1652 in Stratford, Connecticut.1

Child of William Wilcoxson

Citations

  1. [S34] Unverified internet information.

Caroline Wilde1,2

F, d. 28 August 1832
     Caroline Wilde was the daughter of Hon. Samuel Sumner Wilde.1 Caroline Wilde married Caleb Cushing, son of John Newmarch Cushing and Lydia Dow, on 23 November 1824 in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Caroline Wilde died on 28 August 1832.

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 3. p. 80.
  2. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 2. p. 402.

Catherine de Wilde

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     Catherine de Wilde was the daughter of Thomas de Wilde of Bhyross, Wrexham. Catherine de Wilde married William Brereton of Burros, son of Randle or Ralph Brereton and Alice Ipstones.

Child of Catherine de Wilde and William Brereton of Burros

Hon. Samuel Sumner Wilde1

M, b. 1771, d. 1855
     Hon. Samuel Sumner Wilde was born in 1771.1 Dartmouth, 1789. Unitarian. Studied law under David L. Barnes, U.S. District Court Judge. Admitted to the bar in 1792. Practised in Maine district. Federalist. Presidential elector, 1800, 1808. State Councillor, 1814. Member of Hartford Convention. Associate Judge of the Supreme Court. 1815-1850. He died in 1855.1

Child of Hon. Samuel Sumner Wilde

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 3. p. 80.

Susan Wilde1

F, b. 16 March 1785, d. 6 January 1867
     Susan Wilde was born on 16 March 1785.1 She married William Cooper Parke, son of Captain Matthew Parke and Judith Cooper, on 5 November 1816 in Boston, Massachusetts.1 Susan Wilde died on 6 January 1867 at the age of 81.1

Children of Susan Wilde and William Cooper Parke

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 44 p. 56.

Thomas de Wilde of Bhyross, Wrexham1,2

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Child of Thomas de Wilde of Bhyross, Wrexham

Citations

  1. [S400] J.Y.W. Lloyd, Powys Fadog III, p. 99.
  2. [S418] George Ormerod, History of Chester, Vol. 2, p. 686.

Adelaide E. Wilkins1

F, d. 1939
     Adelaide E. Wilkins married Samuel Mark Sewall, son of Eugene Dana Sewall and Augusta Elizabeth Hutchins, on 20 March 1893.2 Adelaide E. Wilkins died in 1939 in Maine3 and is buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Livermore Falls, Androscoggin County, Maine.3

Children of Adelaide E. Wilkins and Samuel Mark Sewall

Citations

  1. [S34] Unverified internet information, http://downeastmainegenealogy.ning.com/page/…
  2. [S89] Family Search, Maine, Marriage Index, 1892-1966, 1977-1996.
  3. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 179866019."
  4. [S207] 1910 US Census, East Livermore, Androscoggin, Maine.

Charles B. Wilkins1

M, b. circa 1824, d. 8 June 1849
     Charles B. Wilkins was born circa 1824.2 He married Charlotte Wright Norris, daughter of Sheppard Haines Norris and Elizabeth Sewall, on 8 May 1848 in Boston, Massachusetts.1 Charles B. Wilkins died on 8 June 1849 on Lake Huron.

OBITUARY.
Died on Lake Huron, on the 8th inst, Mr Charles B. Wilkins, aged 25 son of Charles Wilkins, Esq. and a member of the firm of Charles Wilkins & Co. of this city. Young Mr W left Boston on the 22d of January last, on a voyage to Cuba, for the benefit of his health. From Cuba he journeyed to the residence of a friend in Milwaukie, Wis. The seeds of consumption, sown before his departure from Boston, were rapidly doing their work - though it was thought he might reach his home, to die in the midst of his family and friends. But it was ordered otherwise. On board a steamer, on his approach to Buffalo, he breathed his last. He was a young gentleman of excellent character, and mild and amiable manners esteemed and beloved by all who knew him.
His remains were received in this city on Thursday last, and on that afternoon, after the usual funeral solemnities at his father's house in Boylston street, were conveyed to the Cemetery at Mount Auburn. The Boston Daily Atlas, 16 June 1849.2

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, The Boston Daily Atlas, 16 June 1849.

George Wilkins1

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     George Wilkins married Mary Kendrick Baker, daughter of Martin Baker and Charlotte Wood, on 11 May 1903 in Lebanon, New Hampshire.1,2

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947.

George Nelson Will1

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     George Nelson Will married Eliza Ann Simpson.1

Child of George Nelson Will and Eliza Ann Simpson

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926 Record for Percival Randolph Woodward.

Margaret Anne Will1

F, b. circa 1875
     Margaret Anne Will was born circa 1875 in Burlington, Ontario.1 She was the daughter of George Nelson Will and Eliza Ann Simpson.1 Margaret Anne Will married Percival Randolph Woodward, son of Henry William Woodward and Henrietta Rushout Sewell, after 16 April 1915 in St. George's Church, Hamilton, Ontario.1

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926 Record for Percival Randolph Woodward.

Elias Willard1

M, b. 17 January 1756, d. 20 March 1827
     Elias Willard was born on 17 January 1756 in Harvard, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Lemuel Willard and Hannah Haskell.1 Elias Willard married Catharine Ten Broeck Livingston, daughter of John Livingston and Catryna Ten Broeck, on 8 July 1778.2 Elias Willard died on 20 March 1827 at the age of 71.1

Citations

  1. [S480] Emma Ten Broek Runk, The Ten Broeck Genealogy, #220.
  2. [S480] Emma Ten Broek Runk, The Ten Broeck Genealogy, #220 p. 141.

Katherine Willard1

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     Katherine Willard married Henry Gibbs, son of Robert Gibbs and Mary Shrimpton, in 1747.1

Citations

  1. [S102] Annie Haven Thwing, Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, 21042.

Lemuel Willard1

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     Lemuel Willard married Hannah Haskell.1

Child of Lemuel Willard and Hannah Haskell

Citations

  1. [S480] Emma Ten Broek Runk, The Ten Broeck Genealogy, #220.

Mary Willard1

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     Mary Willard married Dr. Edward Ellis.1

Children of Mary Willard and Dr. Edward Ellis

Citations

  1. [S24] Sarah Elizabeth Titcomb, Early New England People, 14.

Esther Willet1

F, b. 6 July 1648, d. 26 July 1737
     Esther Willet was born on 6 July 1648 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, (or 1647.)2,3 She was the daughter of Captain Thomas Willett and Mary Brown.4 Esther Willet married Rev. Josiah Flynt, son of Rev. Henry Flynt and Margery Hoar, on 24 January 1671/72 in Braintree ? the marriage is also said to have taken place in Swansea but does not appear in the vital records of that town nor of Dorchester.2,5 Esther Willet died on 26 July 1737 in Braintree, Massachusetts, at the age of 89.3

Children of Esther Willet and Rev. Josiah Flynt

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 38 p. 150.
  2. [S64] Robert Charles Anderson and George F. Sanborn Jr. & Melinde Lutz Sanborne, The Great Migration, p. 2000.
  3. [S182] Elizabeth Cabot & James Jackson Putnam Putnam, Jackson ancestors and descendants, p. 18.
  4. [S34] Unverified internet information.
  5. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  6. [S103] Waldo Chamberlain Sprague, Genealogies of Braintree, 1711.

Andrew Willett1

M, b. 1562, d. 4 December 1621
     Andrew Willett was born in 1562 in Ely.1 He was the son of Thomas Willett and Elizabeth Stanton ?1,2 Andrew Willett married Jacobine (Jacobeda) Goad, daughter of Dr. Roger Goad D.D., circa 29 September 1588.1 Andrew Willett died on 4 December 1621 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, from gangrene, ten days after a fall from his horse.1 He was buried on 8 December 1621 in the chancel of Barley parish church, St Margaret of Antioch. Of his eighteen children, nine sons and four daughters survived him.1

After attending the Collegiate School at Ely, he entered Cambridge University at the age of fifteen years, and was quickly elected a scholar. He graduated Bachelor of Arts in 1580; elected to a fellowship at Christmas, 1583; Master of Arts in 1584, and in the same year was incorporated as a member of the University of Oxford. He took holy orders in 1585, and was admitted, July 22, 1587, on the presentation of the Queen, to the prebendal stall at Ely, which his father had resigned in his favour. He quickly gained fame as a preacher, and was selected to read the lectures for three years in the cathedral church at Ely, and for one year at St. Paul's Church, London. He held the living of Childerly until 1594. He was graduated Bachelor of Divinity in 1591, and Doctor of Divinity in 1601, and in 1597 was admitted to the rectory of Gransden Parva, in Huntingdonshire, but shortly after exchanged to Barley, his father having died, and was instituted January 29, 1599. Twenty-three years of his life were spent here in the ministry. He was a very prolific writer, making it a rule to produce not less than one work each half year, and so learned and profound were these writings, that it was said of him that he was a "walking library," and that "he must write in his sleep, it being impossible he should do so much waking." The method and regularity with which he worked were, however, the secret of his success. He was chaplain-in-ordinary and tutor to Prince Henry, as well as a frequent preacher before the court. He was greatly admired by King James, yet able to adapt himself to his rural parishioners. It is owing to his influence with his friend, Thomas Sutton, that we owe that masterpiece of Protestant charity, Charterhouse. He fell into disfavour at court by his opposition to the Spanish marriage, and in consequence suffered imprisonment for a month.1

Children of Andrew Willett and Jacobine (Jacobeda) Goad

Citations

  1. [S21] Various editors, Dictionary of National Biography.
  2. [S34] Unverified internet information.
  3. [S232] Ancestry.com, England & Wales, Christening Index, 1530-1980.
  4. [S64] Robert Charles Anderson and George F. Sanborn Jr. & Melinde Lutz Sanborne, The Great Migration, p. 1999.