Abraham Wilson Family, Page Co., IA.
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Abraham WILSON Family, Page Co., IA. Genealogy & Family History/Profile©
Third Generation!
Click on Thumbnail for Larger 1900 Photo! Abraham WILSON, , [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.01]
(1st s/o Robert M. WILSON & Mother: & SARAH PUGH;)
(Grandson of Ishmael WILSON & Mother: Amie MOOR, of Ohio)
Born on 16 Aug. 1842, Shawnee Township, Fountian Co., Indiana;
Died on 15 Apr. 1927, at the age of 84 years, 7 months and 29 days, at the home of his
son George R. WILSON'S near Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA.
He is buried in the Snow Hill Cemetery, Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa [See: 1927 Obit.]
where a headstone marks his grave ( Row 10, Lot 17) [See: Cem.rec.]
Abraham WILSON, was in the Civil War., after the war at the age of 25, on 14 Jan. 1867, at the Coin Episcopal Church of Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa he married his child-hood sweetheart, the
Click on Thumbnail for Larger 1900 Photo! 24 year old Miss Catherine "Louisa" DRACE;
(d/o HEINRICH "Henry" zu DRACE SR., and Mother Mary Elizaverh SYNDER)
Born on 01 Oct 1843 in Brownstone Township, Jackson County, Indiana;
Died on 26 Mar 1921, at the age of 77 years 5 months and 25 days, at her daughters
Mrs. Sadie (WILSON) CHRISTENSEN home near Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
She was buried along side her husband in the Snow Hill Cemetery, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa [See: 1921 Obit.]
Where a headstone marks her grave. (Row 10, Lot 17) [See: Cem.rec.]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 6 Children born to this Union:
  (3 Sons & 3 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.01.1. 1st Son:  Howard "Henry" WILSON,  *1869-1955 a86yrs CA.  m. *1890 IA. Arda J. FOLLETT,   3Ch.
 1.3.01.2. 2nd Son:  George Robert WILSON,  *1870-1941 a71yrs IA.  m. *1892 IA. Cora B. MANNASMITH,   3Ch.
 1.3.01.3. 3rd Son:  Walker Edwin WILSON,  *1873-1939 a66yrs IA.  m. c1904 IA. Lottie PETERS,   1Ch.
 1.3.01.4. 1st Dau:  Sarah/Sadie E. WILSON,  *1875-1947 a72yrs IA.  m. *1892 IA. M. "Peter" CHRISTENSEN,   5Ch.
 1.3.01.5. 2nd Dau:  "Minnie" Marie WILSON,  *1880-1954 a74yrs KS.  m. *1904 IA. Perry A. MAINE,   4Ch.
 1.3.01.6. 3rd Dau:  LaNora M. WILSON,  *1884-1969 a85yrs CO.  m. *1903 IA. Roscoe N. HOSKINS,   1Ch.
  17    Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

Louisa C. DRACE, Early Life!
She spent her early life on her parents farm in Brownstone Twp., Jackson Co., Indiana. At the age of 7yrs she was living with her Parents & 5 Siblings in the 1850 Census Brownstone Twp., Jackson Co., IN.
At the age of 13 years, in 1855 move to Page Co., IA.
(There were three families in this relocation from Jackson Co., Ind. to Page Co., IA. The ANNANS, DRACE & RENTKER (Her Uncle), removed to Tarkio, Twp. (near Yorktown), Page County,Iowa.
In the 1860 Census for Tarkio, Tarkio Twp., Page Co., IA. Louisa "Catherine" DRACE age 17yrs was with her parents & 6 Siblings. Their farm was three farms to the south of my Gr-Grandparents Robert and Mary Ann (ALEXANDER) DUNCAN'S farm.

Abraham WILSON, Early Life!
He was born in Fountain Co., Indiana; was identified age 6, living with his parents in the 1850 Census for Fountain Co., IA. At the age of 10 years of age (1852-3) when parents left Shawneetown, Indiana Territory, to the vicinity of Clearmont Missouri, where his father Robert WILSON ran an "Flouring Mill". [REF:#6] Later when he was only 11 years old when his family removed again to East River Twp., of Page County, Iowa, in the spring of 1853, from Missouri. They first settled in East River Township. In the 1860 Federal Census [REF:#14] list Abraham WILSON at the age of 17 as living and working with his father on HIARM R. HILL's farm near on Section 13 of Amity Twp., Page Co., IA. Which indicates he attended the Walcott School House, in School District #5, located on Section 14.

Typ Yankee Soldier - Click on this Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Cpl. Abraham WILSON,
~ Civil War USA


was with the  Iowa, Company "A" 1st Cavalry Regiment
 Enlisted In:      age 20yrs, on 08th Sep 1862, "Pvt."
 Mustered Out: age 23yrs on 15th Feb 1866, Austin TX. "Corpl."
Iowa, Company  UNION IOWA VOLUNTEERS,
 1st Cavalry Regiment
Organized at Davenport, Iowa August and September, 1861. Accepted by the United States Government June 13, 1861. Owned its own horses and equipment, and was first Regiment of three years' Cavalry accepted into United States Volunteers. Ordered to St. Louis, Mo., September 26, 1861; thence moved to Benton Barracks and to Otterville, Mo., October. Attached to Fremont's Army of the West and Dept. of Missouri to March, 1862. District of Central Missouri, Dept. of Missouri, to October, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of the Frontier, Dept. of Missouri, to November, 1862. 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of the Frontier, to June, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Army of Southeast Missouri, to August, 1863. 2nd Brigade, Davidson's 1st Cavalry Division, Arkansas Expedition, to January, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 7th Army Corps, Dept. of Arkansas, to September, 1864. 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, 7th Corps, to February, 1865. (Veterans in Dept. of Missouri June to December, 1864.) 1st Brigade, Cavalry Division, 7th Corps, February, 1865. 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, District of West Tennessee, Dept. of Tennessee, to June, 1865. Dept. of the Gulf to August, 1865. Dept. of Texas to February, 1866.
 SERVICE. Fremont's Campaign against Springfield, Mo., October 21-November 2, 1861. Moved to Sedalia and Georgetown November 9-16. (3rd Battalion, Cos. "I," "K," "L" and "M," at Benton Barracks, Mo., till March 6, 1862; then moved to Sedalia, Mo.) Pope's Expedition to Warrensburg and Milford, Mo., December 5-27, 1861. Action at Shawnee Mound, Milford, on the Blackwater December 18. Expedition against Poindexter January 6-10, 1862. Action at Silver Creek January 8 (Cos. "A," "F," "G" and "I"). Raid on Warsaw January 15 (Cos. "A," "F," "G" and "I"). Patrol and scout duty in Central District of Missouri till October. Action at Lexington, Lafayette County, March 10 (Cos. "B" and "D"). Expedition toward Osage and operations in Johnson, St. Clair and Henry Counties, March 18-30. Action at Louisville March 19. Monaghan Springs March 25. Musgrove Ferry March 28. On Blackwater, near Warrensburg, March 29 (Cos. "A," "F", "G"). Near Clinton March 30 (Detachment). Scouts on Marias des Cygnes and Elk Fork Rivers April 4-14. Near Shiloh April 11 (Cos. "D" and "K"). Scout to Montevallo April 13-14 (Cos. "D" and "K"). On Osage, near Montevallo, April 14 (Cos. "D" and "K"). Near Blackwater April 16 (Cos. "D" and "K"). Butler, Bates County, May 15 (Co. "D"). Butler, Bates County, May 26. Monaghan Springs May 27. Deep Water June 11. Guerilla Campaign against Quantrell's, Porter's and Poindexter's forces July to September. Pleasant Hill July 8 (Co. "K"). Expeditions in Cass County July 9 (Detachment). Lotspeach Farm July 9 (Cos. "E," "G," "H" and "L"). Clinton July 9. Sears House and Big Creek Bluff, near Pleasant Hill, July 11 (Cos. "H" and "L"). Clear Creek, near Tabersville, August 2 (Cos. "A," "G," "H" and "L"). Kirksville August 6 (Cos. "A," "G," "H" and "L"). Near Stockton August 9 (Detachment). Regiment reunites at Clinton, Mo., August 8. Big Creek September 9. Newtonia October 4 and 7. Oxford Bend, near Fayetteville, October 27-28. Expedition to Yellville November 25-30. March to join General Blunt December 3-6. Battle of Prairie Grove, Ark., December 7. Expedition over Boston Mountains to Van Buren, Ark., December 27-30. Dripping Springs December 28. Expedition from Huntsville to Buffalo River January 9-12, 1863. At Lake Springs till April, 1863. Operations against Marmaduke in Southeastern Missouri April 17-May 3. Jackson, Mo., April 27. Castor River, near Bloomfield, April 29. Bloomfield April 30. Chalk Bluffs, St. Francis River, April 30-May 1. At Lake Springs till July. Expedition against Little Rock, Ark., July 1-September 10. Expedition from Greensborough to Helena, Ark., July (Detachment). Brownsville, Ark., August 25. Near Bayou Metoe August 26. Reed's Bridge or Bayou Metoe August 27. Austin August 31. Ashley's Mills September 7. Bayou Fourche and capture of Little Rock September 10. Elizabethtown October 1. Vance's Store October 2. Expedition to Arkadelphia November 26-December 1. Reconnoissance from Little Rock December 5-13. Princeton December 6. Expedition to Camden December 15. Steele's Expedition to Shreveport, La., March 23-May 3, 1864. Antoine and Wolf Creeks April 2. Elkin's Ferry, Little Missouri River, April 3-4. Prairie D'Anna April 9-12. White Oak Creek April 14. Camden Cross Roads April 15. Occupation of Camden April 16-18. Camden April 20. Marks Mills April 25. Moro Bottom April 25-26. Jenkins' Ferry, Saline River, April 30. Veterans on furlough May and June. Non-Veterans on duty at Little Rock till February, 1865. Expedition to Fort Smith, Ark., September 25-October 13, 1864 (Detachment). Reconnoissance to Princeton October 19-23. Hurricane Creek October 23. Expedition to Saline River November 17-18 (Detachment). Veterans moved from Iowa to Missouri June 20, 1864. Operating against guerrillas, headquarters at Macon, Mo., till October. Scout in Boone and Howard Counties September 6-12. Skirmishes in Boone County September 7-8. Scout in Randolph, Boone and Howard Counties September 15-19 (Detachment). Skirmishes at Columbia September 16. Massacre at Centralia, North Missouri Railroad, September 27. Moved to Jefferson City, Mo., October. Skirmish at California October 9. Booneville October 9-12. Campaign against Price October-November. (Served as body guard to General Rosecrans.) Marais des Cygnes, Osage River, October 25. Moved to Warrensburg, thence to St. Louis, Mo., and to Helena, Ark., November-December. Operations in Arkansas January 1-27, 1865. Action at Dardanelle January 14. Expedition from Little Rock to Mt. Elba January 22-February 4. Ordered to Memphis, Tenn., February 17, and duty there till June. Expedition into Northern Mississippi March 3-11. Moved to Alexandria, La., June 15-22; thence to Hemstead, Tex., August 8-26. Moved to Austin, Tex., October 20-November 4, and duty there till February, 1866. Mustered out February 15, 1866. Moved to Iowa February 19-March 12, and discharged March 16, 1866.
 Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 56 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 233 Enlisted men by disease. Total 293.
 Source:
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- See: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSSS]
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- See: Abraham WILSON in Iowa, Company "A" 1st Cavalry Regiment

 Marriage Mr. WILSON & Miss DRACE
  Mr. Abraham WILSON, a24yrs Son of Robert & (Sarah (Pugh dec'd) WILSON of East River Twp., and Miss Catherine "Louisa" DRACE, a25yrs Daughter of Henry, Sr. & Mary E. (Snyder) DRACE of Lincoln Twp., were married at the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Coin, Page Co., Iowa at 3:00 o'clock on 14 Jan 1867.
[Need Mar.Bk, Page #] Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- [per REF:#002]
 After the War Abraham WILSON returned to Page County, Iowa and it only took him some 11 months later on a cold brisk morning of 14 Jan. 1867, Page Co., Iowa marry his child-hood sweetheart, the 24 year old Miss Catherine "Louisa" DRACE.

 WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH 1868 - COIN, IA
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  Lousia C. (Drace) WILSON first joined in the year 1868, when she was 25 years of age with the "Wesleyan" Methodist Church, about 1870 on the disbanding of this organization, she joined with the Methodist Episcopal Church of Coin, Iowa which was first established this same year with the  Rev. W. BECK and continued with this church until her death. Rev. BECK came once a month to preach at the old Snow Hill School house.  Mr. CHAUNCEY was the first class leader, and  William Nelson ELLIS the first song leader. Soon after the town of Coin was formed a Methodist Church was built in 1880 at the cost of $ 2,000. It was dedicated on Sep. 05, 1880. Shortly afterward, the parsonage was built at a cost of $ 1,500. Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- See: Coin U.M. Church]

  Abraham WILSON, 1st "HomePlace"
 After their marriage in 1867 Abraham and Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON lived on her fathers farm in Lincoln Twp. and started to build their own house just West of the original Henry DRACE family "DRACE Home-place" in Lincoln Twp, Page Co., Ia.
[The DRACE Home-place was 80 acres, on W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Section 21. ..prs]
73 ACRES; ,
STATE OF IOWA   }
                                  } SS. File Date 14 Feb. 1870, Dbk No. 3, Page 277
COUNTY of Page    }

Lincoln Twp., some Early WILSON & Related Families Land - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!       "Henry DRACE, of County of Page State of Iowa; Herby convey 73 acres of land laying in Part of the East 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 21 in the Township of Lincoln, Page County, Iowa to Abraham WILSON for Love and Consideration."
           L/S Henry Drace
 Source transcribed by M. Lucille (Wilson) Sarrett from:
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [REF:#33.] Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Lincoln Twp., "Star School Dist#2"

U.S. Federal Census  Grandpa Abraham WILSON can be found with Family: [FPC©-ID# WILS-IN 1.3.01
 1870 Census, Enumerated Date: 14 August 1870, Enumerated by: G.W. BURNS
 P.O. Tarkio, IA. Sec. 21, Lincoln Twp, Page Co., Iowa
 [M-593, Reel 414,  Page: 444.  F.Visit: 1078]
Pg. F.V. MName FName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks
 444.1  1078  Abraham    Wilson   28   1842  IN   H/H Farmer $1,400/$800
   Wife  Louisa C.  (Drace)  Wilson   27   1843  IN   m. 3yrs. Abraham, *1867 IA.
 #1.  1stSon  Henry    Wilson    1868  IA   Son 1st, m. Arda FOLLETT, *1890 3Ch.
 #2.  2ndSon  George  R.  Wilson  0.3   1870  IA   Son 2nd, m. C.B. MANNASMITH, *1892 3Ch.
   Servant  Susan  or Brown  Brian   13   1857  IA   Servant, Keeping House!
   Bro  James  H.  Wilson   19   1851  IN   Brother, m. Luara J. MILLER, *1875
 This 1870 Farm was close to another Brother:
Click on Redball for More Info.<---  Evan WILSON, (F.G. 1067)
 Father-In-Law Henry DRACE, Sr. (F.G. 1076)
 Brother-In-Law Henry DRACE, Jr. (F.G. 1077)
 Next to Alexander JOHNSON NY. & Wife Catherine PA. (F.G. 1078)

Section  On 14 Aug. 1871, Abraham WILSON, age 29 received a U.S. Land Grant, date 15 Feb. 1866, (Civil War Service) for Unknown amount and location Unknown; Need Record ( 35. M. "Lucille" (WILSON) SARRETT, wrote down Deed record in Page Co., IA. from Deed Bk. F, Page 649; Page County, Iowa; Dated Aug. 14, 1871, but did not record amounts and location.)

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Father-in-law Henry DRACE, died on 23 Feb. 1872 at the age of 63 years;
Buried in the Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Snow Hill Cemetery, near Coin,
Lincoln Twp., Page Co., MO. Need to check Will & Testament records for Will.

U.S. Federal Census  Grandpa Abraham WILSON can be found with Family: [FPC©-ID# WILS-IN 1.3.01
 1880 Census, Enumerated Date: 23 July 1880, Enumerated by: S.S. ARTHUR?
 P.O. Coin, IA. Sec. 21, Lincoln Twp, Page Co., Iowa
 [T-9  Reel:359 ;  E.D.,156 ; Page: 480d ;  F.Visit: 281]
Pg. F.V. MName FName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks F-b. M-b.
 480d  281  WILSON  Abraham     39   1841  IN   H/H Own, Farmer   F-b. IN M-b. IN
   Wife  WILSON  Louisa  (Drace)   36   1844  IN   m.13yrs Abraham, *1867 IA. 6Ch.   F&M b. Prussia
 #1.  1stSon  WILSON  Henry  H.   12   1868  IA   m. Arda J. FOLLETT, *1890   F-b. IN M-b. IN
 #2.  2ndSon  WILSON  George  R.   10   1870  IA   m. Cora B. MANNASMITH, *1892   F-b. IN M-b. IN
 #3.  3rdSon:  WILSON  Walker  E.    1873  IA   m. Lottie PETERS, c1904   F-b. IN M-b. IN
 #4.  1stDau  WILSON  Sarah  E.    1875  IA   m. M.P. CHRISTENSEN, *1892   F-b. IN M-b. IN
 #5.  2ndDau  WILSON  Mamie    0.4   1880  IA   m. Perry MAINE, c1905   F-b. IN M-b. IN
 

 Grandpa Abraham WILSON can be found with Family: [FPC©-ID# WILS-IN 1.3.01
 1885 State Census: Page Co., Iowa ~ Dated: 15th June, 1885
 Lincoln Twp ; T69N-R38W  Sec.# 21, SW, SE  ; Dwel. 71
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St b. Co.
 15  74  Abraham    WILSON   42   1843  IN  Fountain Co.
   Wife  Louisa  (Drace)  WILSON   41   1844  IN  Fountain Co.
 #1.  1stSon  Howard    WILSON   17   1868  IA   Page Co.
 #2.  2ndSon  George    WILSON   15   1870  IA   Page Co.
 #3.  3rdSon  Walter    WILSON   11   1874  IA   Page Co.
 #4.  1stDau  Sadie    WILSON    1876  IA   Page Co.
 #5.  2ndDau  Minnie    WILSON    1881  IA   Page Co.
 #6.  3rdSon  Nora    WILSON    1884  IA   Page Co.
 Brother living close by: Coin Lincoln Twp ; T69-R38  ; Sec.# 32, ; Dwel. 26
 36  26  James    WILSON   33   1852  IN   Fountain Co.
   Wife  L.J.  (MILLER)  WILSON   23   1862  IA   Taylor Co.
 #1.  1stDau  Hanah    WILSON    1876  IA   Taylor Co.
 #3.  1stSon  R.A.  (Robert)  WILSON    1880  IA   Page Co.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: James H. WILSON, Profile!  

 Abraham WILSON Children Portrait ~ 1892
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
 Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA.
 (Front Row, Left to Right) 
 1. Cora B. (Mannasmith) WILSON, age 20yrs
     (Wife of George R.)
 2. 3rd Son: Walker E. WILSON, age 19yrs
 3. James H. WILSON, age (Brother of Abraham)
 4. Abraham WILSON, age 50yrs
 (Back Row, Left to Right) 
 1. 2nd Son: George R. WILSON, age 22yrs
 2. Arda J. (FOLLETT) WILSON, age 24yrs
      (Wife of Harold Henry)
 3. 1st Son: Harold Henry WILSON, age 24yrs
 Source: Wilson/Drace/Mannasmith Album, Photographer: Hamilton, Shenandoah, IA. See Page 1

U.S. Federal Census  Grandpa Abraham WILSON can be found with Family: [FPC©-ID# WILS-IN 1.3.01
 1900 Census, Enumerated Date: 05 June 1900, Enumerated by: T.M. MONZINGTO <---[His Cousin]
 P.O. Coin, IA. Sec. 21, Lincoln Twp, Page Co., Iowa
 [T-623  Reel:452 ;  E.D., 91 ;  Page: 006a ;  F.Visit:# 101]
Pg. F.V. LName FName MName  Age  b.Mth  b.Yr b.St My Remarks F-b. M-b.
 006a  101  WILSON  Abraham     56   Aug  1844  IN   H/H Own, m.34yrs Calmen?   F-b. IN M-b. IN
   Wife  WILSON  Louisa C.  (Drace)   55   Oct  1845  IN   m.34yrs Abraham 6Ch 6Liv   F&M b. GERMANY!
 #3.  3rdSon  WILSON  Walker  E.   27   Aug  1873  IA   Farm Laborer   F-b. IN M-b. IN.
 #5.  2ndDau  WILSON  Minnie  M.   20   Feb  1880  IA   School Teacher, 9mths   F-b. IN M-b. IN.
 #6.  3rdDau  WILSON  Lanora  M.   16   Aug  1884  IA   Att School, 9mths   F-b. IN M-b. IN.
 (Children Not living with the 1900 Family Unit!)
 1. 1st. Son: H. "Henry" WILSON, age 30yrs, m. *1890 Arda J. FOLLETT, 3Ch. Liv'g Rio Grande Co., Co.
 2. 2nd. Son: George R. WILSON, age 31yrs, m. *1892 Cora B. MANNASMITH, 3Ch. Liv'g Pg14b Lincoln Twp.
 4. 1st. Dau: SARAH E. "Sadie", age 26yrs, m. *1892 M. "Peter" CHRISTENSEN, 5Ch. Liv'g Pg 9a Lincoln Twp.

 Abraham & Louisa (Drace) WILSON, Move to Colorado - 1906
 After living over 40 years in Lincoln Twp., (near Coin) Page County, Iowa, and with all their children married, in 1907 Abraham at the age of 64, and Wife Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON age 63 , along with their youngest daughter (18 years old) Click on Redball for More Info.<--- LaNora M. (Wilson) and her husband Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Roscoe HOSKINS, relocated to "Lambora Mesa" in the Township of Paonia, Delta County, Colorado, where their oldest son Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Howard "Henry" WILSON lived. Paonia, Colorado is located west side of the state, north of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, at a height of 12,174 feet.

U.S. Federal Census  Abraham WILSON, can be found with Family:
 1910 Census, Enumerated Dated: 15 Apr 1910  -  SFA-ID#1.3.01
 Paonia Precinct, Delta Co., Colorado
  [Fed. #, Reel#T-624-114  Page:001a  F.Visit: 5  
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName  Age  b.St  b.Yr My Remarks
 001a   5  ABRAHAM    WILSON   67   IN  1843  H/H Own m.47yrs Fruit Farm
   Wife  LOUISA C.  (Drace)  WILSON   66   IN  1844  m.47yrs ABRAHAM, *1867 6Ch 6Liv
  Paonia Precinct -  Dated: 15 Apr 1910  -  SFA-ID#1.3.01.1
 001a   8  H.H.  (Henry)  WILSON   42   IA  1868  H/H Own m.17yrs Fruit Farm
 001a   8  Arda  (FOLLETT)  WILSON   42   NY  1868  m.17yrs H. Henry, c1893 3Ch 2Liv
 001a   8  Florence    WILSON   14   CO  1896  Dau 1st m. M/M HETMAN
 001a   8  Louise    WILSON    CO  1906  Dau 2nd, m. Div. 1Ch
 Abraham, listed Father born OH., Mother born USA., could Read & Write!
 Wife, Louisa C. (Drace), listed both Parents born in Germany, could Read & Write!
 Henry, listed both Parents born Indiana, could Read & Write!
 Arad J. (Follett), listed Father born NY., Mother born PA.

 4th of July 1917 with visting Grandpa & Ma WILSON
Abraham & Louisa C. (Drace) last Photo! Click on thumbnail for larger Photo! 4-Gen. WILSON's Abe, Geo. R., Ermal & Fern Wilson - Photo! Click on thumbnail for larger Photo! Abe & Louisa WILSON Family Group - Photo! Click on thumbnail for larger Photo! 4-Gen WILSON Abe & Louisa (Drace), Sadie (Wilson) Christensen, & Grace N. Brownley - Photo! Click on thumbnail for larger Photo!
Abraham & Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON RETURN TO COIN, IOWA:
 Abraham and Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON remained in Paonia, Delta County Colo. for some 14 years until she experienced a decline in health about December of 1920 and nothing could be accomplished toward restoring her normal strength beyond fortifying her for the journey to the old homeplace in Page County, Iowa which she desired to make. So in February of 1921 Abraham & Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON departed for the town of Coin, Iowa, where the greater part of their lives had been spent, and her condition at the time of leaving admitted no hope of their return to Paonia, Colorado. Neighbors and others who in her 14 years of residence on "Lamborn Mesa", had learned to value her as a friend of rare good qualities unite in extending sympathy to the mourning family, whose sorrow they share.
SOURCE:  Louisa C. (Drace) Wilson; Newspaper Obituary - 1921 Paonia, Colorado
 Click on Redball for More Info. See: 1917 Wilson Family Album

REF:#IA. Death Certificate  Iowa Certificate of Death #73-3628
 1. Place of Death: Coin,
 County: Lincoln Twp., Page County, Iowa
 2. Full Name: Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON,
<---Click on Thumbnail for Larger Copy!   Dated: 26th March, 1921
PERSONAL and
STATISTICAL PARTICULARS
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH
 3. Sex: "Female"
 4. Color or Race: White,
 5. "Married",
 6. Date of Birth: Oct. 1st 1843
 7. Age: 77 yrs, 5, mts, 25 days
 8.a Occupation: Retired
 8.b Industry/Businesse:
 9. Birthplace (city/Town): Indiana
 10. Name of Father: Henry DRACE
 11. Birthplace of Father: Germany
 12. Name of Mother: Unknown
 13. Birthplace of Mother: Germany
 14. The above is to the best of my knowledge:
     Informant: A. WILSON, Coin, IA..
 15. Filed/Registrar:
     April 2, 1921 G.S. SNIDER
 16. Date of Death: March 26, 1921
 17. I Hereby Certify, That I Attended Deceased
 From: .... .., 192., to .... .., 192...
 That I last saw her alive on ... .., 192.,
 and that death occurred, on the date stated above,
 The CAUSE OF DEATH was as Follows:
(Primary) "GENERAL DEBILITY"
 (A general deterioration of organs of the body.)

 CONTRIBUTORY _________________________________
 __________________________________________________
 Signed: I.J.S. KING?, M.D., Coin, IA.
 18. Length of Residence: (Left Blank!)
 19. Place of Burial: Snow Hill Cemetery on March 28th
 20. Undertaker: W.W. Williams, Coin, IA.
Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON'S DEATH:
After return to Coin, Iowa in February, 1921. Abraham & Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON stayed with their oldest daughter:
"Sadie" E. (WILSON) CHRISTENSEN and family (Section 30) north west of Coin, Iowa. One month later Mrs. Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON after 55 years of marriage, died on March 26, 1921 at the age of 77yr. 5months, and 25 days. She was the mother of six children, grandmother of fifteen children, and the great-grandmother of eight. Only her brother JOHN "Henry" DRACE, of Coin, Iowa and her sister MARY (Drace) LAVELY, of Cookson, Minn. remain of the DRACE Family.

 Obituary ~ March 28, 1921
 Mrs. Lousia C. (Drace) WILSON, 77yrs
 Lousia C. (Drace) WILSON's funeral services were held in the Methodist Church of Coin, Iowa, on Monday, March 28, 1921 at 2:00 o'clock. The service was conducted by the pastor, the Rev. R. E. HARVEY, assisted by Dr. STORY of the United Presbyterian Church. The text of the sermon was Psalm 30:5 "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." The music was rendered by a quaret consisting of Mesdames: HINES and HENDERSON along with Messers. Arther and Ed HENDERSON, with Mrs. B. W. MILLER as pianist.
     Louisa CATHERINE (Drace) WILSON
     By Rev. R. E. HARVEY, Methodist Church, Coin 1918-1921
     "The passing of Mrs. Louisa WILSON from our midst, to those who have always known her, leaves a vacancy which cannot be filled. It is difficult for any minister who has never been personally acquainted with one to eulogize and to pay tribute which ought to be paid. I have known Mrs. Wilson since I knew anyone and knew her to be a good Christian woman in every way, a mother of whom anyone ought to be proud. As a student of the Bible she was not excelled by anyone in this community. She was my Sunday School teacher for many years. She was a good neighbor, an affectionate wife and mother. The bereaved husband and children have the sympathy of this entire community and have the assurance that in the sweet bye and bye she will always be remembered in our hearts."

OLD SOLDIERS HOME, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, in Levenworth, Kansas - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 16 Feb 1921 ~ Abraham WILSON'S LAST YEARS:
 Some 10 months after his wife Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON died, Abraham WILSON was admitted to the OLD SOLDIERS HOME (National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers), in Levenworth, Levenworth County, Kansas, on 16 Feb. 1922. Abraham WILSON had been suffering all his life from, his active early years. At this time of entering the Old Soldiers Home at 79 years of age, he was suffering from an "old Injury" of his left knee, and hip injury of a horse fallen on him in action during the Civil War, as well as a double Inguinal Hernia and Arterio- sclerosis. As per A. W. BARTEL, Surgeon on this admittance date.
 It is not known if Abraham WILSON lived out the remaining 5 years at the "Old Soldiers Home" on Levenworth, Kansas, no record has been found of his discharge from the Home. He was living with his son George Robert WILSON at the time of his death on 15 April 1927.
 Source: The Kansas State Soldiers' Home (a.k.a. Western Branch National Military Home) Operated from 1885 to 1934
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Ruth I. (Hoskins) Van TINE - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  Ruth I. (Hoskins) Van TINE, a Granddaughter, stated to this writer (02 June 1989)
Soon after Grandma died, Grandpa spent the winters at the "Old Soldiers Home" in Levenworth, Kansas. Then in the summers he would return to Colorado and spend the summers wuth my family (Ruth's mother was LaNora (Wilson) HOSKINS, youngest daughter of Abraham and Louisa (Drace) WILSON) I was in High School then and loved to hear some of his stories.
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Grandpa Abraham WILSONs Death Certificate - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Copy!  Iowa Certificate of Death #73-2023
 1. Place of Death:
 County: Lincoln Twp., Page County, Iowa
 2. Full Name: Abraham WILSON,
 (a) Residence. No. ___________________________, St. __________, Ward: _______________
     (Usual place of abode)
 Length of residence in city or town where death occurred "40yrs"
PERSONAL and
STATISTICAL PARTICULARS
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH
 3. Sex: "Male"
 4. Color or Race: White,
 5. "Widow",
 6. Date of Birth: Aug. 16th, 1842
 7. Age: 84 yrs, 7, mts, 29 days
 8.a Occupation: Retired Farmer
 8.b Industry/Businesse:
 9. Birthplace (city/Town): Indiana
 10. Name of Father: Robert WILSON
 11. Birthplace of Father: Indiana
 12. Name of Mother: Lucinda PUGH
 13. Birthplace of Mother: Indiana
 14. The above is to the best of my knowledge:
     Informant: W.E. WILSON, Coin, IA..
 15. Filed/Registrar:
     (Blank)
 16. Date of Death: April 15th, 1927
 17. I Hereby Certify, That I Attended Deceased
 From: Apr. 15, 1927, to .... .., 1927.
 That I last saw her alive on Sep 15, 1927,
 and that death occurred, on the date stated above,
 The CAUSE OF DEATH was as Follows:
(Primary) "APOPLEXY"
 (blood clot in the brain, lack of oxygen due to clot, for the brain.)

 CONTRIBUTORY _________________________________
 __________________________________________________
 Signed: Dr. H. H. Kimy , M.D., Coin, IA.
 18. Where was disaese contracted: (Left Blank!)
 19. Place of Burial: Snow Hill Cemetery on March 28th
 20. Undertaker: W.W. Williams, Coin, IA.
 

Click on Thumbnail for Larger 1900 Photo!  Abraham WILSON'S OBITUARY - 1927:
The following are the 6 children which remain:
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #1. 1st Son: Howard Henery WILSON, 58yrs of Paonia, Colorado;
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #2. 2nd Son: George Robert WILSON, 57yrs of rural Coin, Iowa;
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #3. 3rd Son: Walker Edward WILSON, 54yrs of Coin, Iowa;
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #4. 1st Dau: Mrs. Sadie (Wilson) CHRISTENSEN, 52yrs of rural Coin, Iowa;
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #5. 2nd Dau: Mrs. Minnie (Wilson) MAINE, 47yrs of Newton, Kansas; and
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- #6. 3rd Dau: Mrs. LeNora (Wilson) HOSKINS, 43yrs of Paonia, Colorado.

 Possible Record Problem!
 In Abraham WILSON's obituary Click on Redball for more Info.<--- [REF:#6.] The write up in April 1927, in Paonia, Colorado indicates he was born Near Attica, Indiana, Attica is located in Warren Co., north of Fountain Co. this writer has not found any records that this family was in Attica, Indiana.  

 In the 15 April 1927 Obituary, listed 14* grand children and 17* Great-Grand Children
are the near relatives who remain:
Abraham WILSON's GRAND-CHILDREN: Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Obituary NOTE #1
  1.  Florence (Wilson) HETMAN, 31yrs  1st Dau of Howard H. & Arda (Follett) Wilson
  2.  Orin Kenneth WILSON, dec'd 1910  Only Son of Howard H. & Arda (Follett) Wilson
  3.  Louise WILSON, 21yrs  2nd Dau of Howard H. & Arda (Follett) Wilson
  4.  Earl C. WILSON, 34yrs  1st Son of George R. & Cora (Mannasmith) Wilson
  5.  Ermal LeeRoy WILSON, 30yrs  2nd Son of George R. & Cora (Mannasmith) Wilson
  6.  Ruth L. (Wilson) POTTER, 30yrs  Only Dau of George R. & Cora (Mannasmith) Wilson
  7.  Glenn B. CHRISTENSEN, 34yrs  1st Son of Peter & Sadie (Wilson) Christensen
  8.  Bertha WILSON, 18yrs  Only Dau of Walker E. & Lottie (Peters) WILSON
  9.  Grace N. (Christensen) BROWNLEE, 32yrs  1st Dau of Peter & Sadie (Wilson) Christensen
 10.  Rollo "Ray" CHRISTENSEN, 30yrs  2nd Son of Peter & Sadie (Wilson) Christensen
 11.  Orville F. CHRISTENSEN, 23yrs  3rd Son of Peter & Sadie (Wilson) Christensen
 12.  Boyd Melvin CHRISTENSEN, 18yrs  3rd Son of Peter & Sadie (Wilson) Christensen
 13.  Edith Gwendolyn MAINE, 20yrs  1st Dau of Perry & Minnie (Wilson) Maine
 14.  Russell M. MAINE, 18yrs  1st Son of Perry & Minnie (Wilson) Maine
 15.  Margarette MAINE, 13yrs  2nd Dau of Perry & Minnie (Wilson) Maine
 16.
 Velma Marian MAINE, 11yrs  3rd Dau of Perry & Minnie (Wilson) Maine
 17.  Ruth Isabel HOSKINS, 22yrs  Only Dau of Roscoe N. & LaNora Hoskins
 Note #1 The names of these Grandchildren were NOT listed by Names, in Abraham WILSON Obituary only that the number 14 Grand children remain. This writer can identify 17 Grand-Children, with 1 dec'd total of 15, based on known births. ...prsjr

GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: NOTE #2
 1.  ROXANA VIRGINIA WILSON, 7yrs  1st Dau of Earl C. WILSON & Ruth M. CRISWELL
 2.  LILIAN LOUISE WILSON, 4 yrs.  2nd Dau of Earl C. WILSON & Ruth M. CRISWELL
 3.  SYLVAN DEAN WILSON, 2yrs.  Only Son of Earl C. WILSON& Ruth M. CRISWELL
 4.  FERN LOUISE WILSON, 11yrs.  1st Dau of Ermal L. WILSON & Vera B. DUNCAN
 5.  MARTHA LUCILLE WILSON, 10yrs.  2nd Dau of Ermal L. WILSON & Vera B. DUNCAN
 6.  ELSIE BERNICE WILSON, 9yrs.  3rd Dau of Ermal L. WILSON & Vera B. DUNCAN
 7.  Robert ALEXANDER WILSON, 6yrs.  Only Son of Ermal L. WILSON & Vera B. DUNCAN
 8.  KENNETH LLOYD POTTER, 7yrs.  1st Son Ruth WILSOM & Buck POTTER
 9.  DALE M. BROWNLEE, 12 yrs.  1st Son Grace N. CHRISTENSEN & Glenn A. BROWNLEE
 10.  RAY G. BROWNLEE, 10yrs.  2nd Son Grace N. CHRISTENSEN & Glenn A. BROWNLEE
 11.  RUBY JEAN BROWNLEE, 8yrs.  1st Dau Grace N. CHRISTENSEN & Glenn A. BROWNLEE
 12.  JAMES R. BROWNLEE, 5yrs.  3rd Son Grace N. CHRISTENSEN & Glenn A. BROWNLEE
 13.  BRUCE G. BROWNLEE, 1yr.  4th Son Grace N. CHRISTENSEN & Glenn A. BROWNLEE
 14.  MARY LOIS CHRISTENSEN, 4yrs  1st Dau Rollo "Ray" CHRISTENSEN & Mary M. RICHMOND
 15.  DORTHY CHRISTENSEN, 2yrs  2nd Dau Rollo "Ray" CHRISTENSEN & Mary M. RICHMOND
 16.  RALPH WESLEY CHRISTENSEN, age 2  1st Son Orville Floyd CHRISTENSEN & "Beth" HENSLEIGH
  Note #2. The names of these Great-Grandchildren were NOT listed in Abraham WILSON obituary listed that 19 Great-Grandchildren remain. This writer can only identify 16 Great-Grand-Children, based on known births.....prs.

Snow Hill Cemetery, Section 19, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  Chapter: 36 - Snow Hill Cemetery,
 Section 19, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
"Father"
Abraham WILSON,
b. Aug 16, 1852 ~ d. Apr 15, 1927
age 84yrs, 7mths, & 29 days
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Abraham & Louisa Headstone Photo by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
Abraham & Louisa Headstone
"Mother"
"Louisa" C. (Drace) WILSON
b. Oct 1st, 1843 ~ d. Mar 26, 1921
age 77yrs, 5 mths, & 25 days
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Click on Redball for More Info. <---FAGrave.com Map! GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.69030N, Longitude: -95.23920W
     Address: 2465 H Ave., Coin, Page Co., IA.
Click on Redball for More Info. <---Google.com Map!    GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.68990N, Longitude: -95.23895W
,      Address: Snow Hill Cemetery, near Coin, IA.

The Following are the Children of: Abraham WILSON & Louisa C. DRACE
Fourth Generation!
1892 Howard Henry WILSON, Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! HOWARD "Henry" WILSON, , [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.01.1]
(1st s/o Abraham WILSON & Mother: & Louisa DRACE)) of Fountain Co., IM. to Page Co., Iowa
(GrandSon of Robert M. WILSON & Sarah PUGH;) of Defiance Co., Ohio to Fountain Co., Indiana
b. 01 Feb 1869, Lincoln Twp., Page County, Iowa;
d. 06 Dec 1955, age 86yrs, 10mths, & 5 days, Los Angeles, CA. [CA. Death Index, 1940-1997]
Buried: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Paonia, Delta Co., CO.
Where a "double" Headstone marks his Grave. [Row 6, Lot 13.D]
Occupation: Farmer, School Teacher, 1900; Owner Cattle Ranch, 1920, 30
At age 22yrs he married in the home of Bride on 06 Nov. 1890 in Harlan Twp., Page Co., IA. to the
1892 Arda Jane (Follett) WILSON, Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 21 year old Miss Arda Jane FOLLETT
(3rd Dau of: David FOLLETT, (1818-1892) of NY. & Mother: Emlie BEAN, (1827-1904) of PA.)
(GrandDau of: Samuel, Jr. Follett, (17941822) & Hulda Unknown, (17961861) of Windsor, Bertie, North Carolina
(Gr-GrandDau of: Samuel, Sr. Follett, (17571854) & Mary Adams, (17491842) of Worthington, Hampshire, Massachusetts)
b. __ Oct 1870, Pymatuning, Mercer Co., Pennsylvania
d. __ ___ 1940, age 70yrs, Paonia, Delta Co., CO.
Buried: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Paonia, Delta Co., CO.
Where a "double" Headstone marks her grave. [Row 6, Lot 13.F]
They had 3 Children born to this Union: (1 Son & 2 Daus)
Click on Thumbnail for Profile!  See Biographical Profile:
 H. Henry WILSON, of Paonia, Delta Co., Colorado
 for Continuation.
<---Click on Thumbnail for Profile

George R., age 23yrs, Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo 2.George Robert WILSON; <---My Great-Grandfather...prs
(2nd Son of:  Abraham WILSON & Mother: & Louisa DRACE)) of Fountain Co., IM. to Page Co., Iowa
(GrandSon of: Robert M. WILSON & Sarah PUGH;) of Defiance Co., Ohio to Fountain Co., Indiana
born on Feb. 02, 1870, in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Ia.;
d. 01 Feb. 1941, at the age of 71 years, 11 months 30 days, in Lincoln Twp., nr Coin, Ia.;
Buried in Snow Hill Cemetery, nr Coin, Ia. (Row 14, Lot 9 & 10);
At a22y he married on 27 Oct. 1892, in Coin, Ia., to
Cora B. MANNASMITH, age 20yrs, Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo 20 year old Miss Cora Belle MANNASMITH;
2nd Dau of:  ISAAC & MARIA "MARY" E. (HOLDON) MANNASMITH) of Marion County, Ohio
GrandDau of: PETER,2 & first wife JULIA A. (DENMAN) MANNASMITH; of Marion Co., OH.
b. 26 Sep. 1872, in Chillicothe, Livingston Co., Mo.;
d. 12 Oct. 1947, age 75yrs 0months, 16 days at Clarinda Hospt. Muni., Iowa
Buried in Snow Hill Cemetery, nr Coin, Ia. (Row 14, Lot 9 & 10);
Lived all there lives in Page County;
They had three children born from this union.
Click on Thumbnail for Profile!  See Biographical Profile:
 See: My Great-Grandfather: George R. WILSON,
 of Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 for Continuation.
<---Click on Thumbnail for Profile

c1892 3rd Son Walker Edwin WILSON  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 3.  Walker Edwin WILSON; [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.01.3.]
(3rd Son of Abraham & Louisa (Drace) Wilson)
b. __ Aug 1873, Lincoln Twp., Page County, Iowa;
d. __ ___ 1939, at the age of 66, in Coin, Iowa;
Buried at the Snow Hill Cemetery next to his father and mothers plot (Row 10, Plot 18);
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Row 10, Lot #18) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
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Walker worked on his fathers farm until he was 31 year old
when he married on 21 Oct 1904 at Clarinda, IA. to [SP 25 Oct 1904]
c1950 Lottie (Peters) Wilson ELLIS & 2nd Husband H Pete D ELLIS  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 21 year old Miss Sylvia Carlotte "Lottie" PETERS;
She was a daughter of Robert D. & Cynthia Thedosia (MARKS) PETERS
Occupation: Housewife
born 1883, Neosho, Newton Co., MO;
died 1966, at the age of 83 years; [CHJ 24 Oct. 1966]
Buried along side her 1st husband in Snow Hill Cemetery;
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They had 1 Daughter born/Adopted? to this 1st Union.
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 1 Daughter born to this Union:
 
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.01.3.1. Only Dau:  Bertha WILSON,  b. C1909, mo.    Not Traced!     ?Ch
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

 Walker E. WILSON and his wife LOTTIE (PETERS) WILSON lived on the farm he was born on 1904 till 1915, then moved into the town of Coin, Lincoln Twp., on the North side of Broadway St. the 3rd. house East of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Rail Road. The 1900 platt show Father-In-Law William N. ELLIS, as the owner of the 2.32 acres. After the death of her 1st husband in 1938, Mrs. "Lottie" (Peters) WILSON age 60 married 2nd in 1943 to H.D. "Pete" ELLIS, as his third wife.
Click on Thumbnail for Profile!  See Biographical Profile:
 See: H.D. "Pete" ELLIS, of Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 for Continuation.
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 Walker Edwin WILSON, Census, Source Notes & Reference Records
 Born 1873 Aug __th was 3rd born in Parents home, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1880 Jul 23th was 7yrs with Parents & 4 Siblings in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1885 Jun 15th was 11yrs with Parents & 5 Siblings in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Photo 1892 Jun 05th was 19yrs in Family Portriat, in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1900 Jun 05th was 27yrs Farm Labor with Parents & 2 Siblings, in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Married 1904on Oct 21st was 31yrs when married Miss "Lottie" PETERS, Clarinda, IA.
 Move 1906 was 33yrs when Father & Mother moved to Paonia, Colorado
 Census 1910 Apr 28th was 36yrs Rent Farmer with Wife Lottie, in Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1920 Jan 06th was 46yrs Rent Farmer with Wife Lottie, & Dau in Coin, Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1930 Apr 07th was 56yrs Own, House Carpenter with Wife Lottie in Coin, Page Co., Iowa
 Death 1939Walker E. WILSON, died "Cause of Death: Unknown to me" in Coin, Page Co., Iowa
 Census 1940 Apr 12th was 56yrs Mrs. Lottie (Peters) WILSON, livg'g in Spokane, Washington

U.S. Federal Census  Walker E. WILSON, can be found with Family:
 1910 Census, Enumerated Date: 28th April, 1910
 Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T624_417; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0101; F-Visit:# 015]

H/H W. E. Wilson, 36yrs b. 1874 IA., Rent Farmer [F-b. IN. M-b. IN.]
Wife: Lottie (Peters), 26yrs b. 1884 MO., m. 5yrs in 1905 0Ch, 0Liv'g [F-b. MO. M-b. MO.]
 

U.S. Federal Census  Walker E. WILSON, can be found with Family:
 1920 Census, Enumerated Date: 07th January, 1920
 Liv'g on 1st St., Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T625_506; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 109; Image: 276; F-Visit:# 138]

H/H W.E. Wilson, 46yrs b. 1874 IA., Renter: Farm Labor, [F-b. OH. M-b. IN.]
Wife: Lottie (Peters), 35yrs b. 1895 MO., m.10yrs in 1905 1Ch, [F-b. MO. M-b. IL.]
     #1. Only Dau: Bertha Wilson, 11yrs b. 1909 MO., Attending School [F-b. IA. M-b. MO.]
 Walker, listed Father born in Ohio?. Not Indiana as per 1910 Census?
 Lottie (Peters) listed Mother as being born in Ilinois, not Missouri as per 1910 Census?
 Only Dau Bertha, listed being born in 1909, but was not in 1910 Census?

U.S. Federal Census  Walker E. WILSON, can be found with Family:
 1930 Census, Enumerated Date: 7th April, 1930
 Livg'g on Broadway, Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa;
 Enumeration District: 18; Image: 59.0; F-Visit:# 083]

H/H Walker E Wilson, 56yrs b. 1874 IA., Own, $4,000 Home, House Carpenter, [F-b. USA M-b. USA]
Wife: Lottie S (Peters), 46yrs b. 1884 MO., m.20yrs in 1905, [F-b. IL. M-b. IL.]
 Walker, listed Father & Mother born in USA?
 Lottie (Peters) listed Mother as being born in Ilinois, not Missouri as per 1910 Census?
 Only Dau Bertha, 21yrs was Not Listed?

U.S. Federal Census  "Widow" Lottie (Peters) WILSON, can be found with Family:
 1940 Census, Enumerated Date: 12 April, 1940
 1912 E. 1st St., Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington
 [Roll: T627_4386; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 41-65; F-Visit:# 208]

John W. Wilson, 43yrs b. 1897 MO. Pastor, Presb. Church, [4th College]
Lois W. Wilson, 42yrs b. 1898 MO., Assistant, Presb. Church, [5th College]
     Patricia Wilson, 11yrs b. 1929 IA., Resident 1935, Yorktown, IA.
     Lodger: Lottie (Peters) Wilson, 56yrs b. 1884 MO. "widow" No Occupation!
 John W. & Lois W. Residence in 1935: St Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO.
 Lottie, Residence in 1935: Coin, Page, Iowa
 Lottie's Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 4th grade

Peter & Sadie (Wilson ) m. Photo, Click on Thumbnail for larger photo 4.   Sarah "Sadie" Elizabeth WILSON;
(Oldest Dau of: Abraham & Louisa C. (Drace) WILSON; of Fountain Co., IN. to Page Co., IA.
(GrandDau of:  Robert M. WILSON & Sarah (Pugh) WILSON; of Ohio to Fountain Co., IN. to Page Co., IA.
b. 15 Mar 1875, near Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA.;
d. 05 Dec 1947, at the age of 72 years, 8 months and 20 days, in Omaha, NE.
Buried in the Elmwood Cemetery, of Coin, Iowa.
She was raised on her farthers farm 2 miles Northeast of Coin, Iowa on section 21 & 28. When she was 18 years of age she was married on Thursday, 7:00 o'clock, the 31st. March 1892, Lincoln Twp., Page County, Iowa, by the Rev. J. R. WELLBORN to:
Peter & Sadie (Wilson ) m. Photo, Click on Thumbnail for larger photo 22 year old Madison "Peter" CHRISTENSEN;
(1st Son of: NELS B. & Anna K. (Madisen) Christensen)
b. 14 Jun. 1869, at Moline, Rock Island Co., Illinois;
d. 21 Nov. 1944, at his home in Coin, Iowa after a short illness; at the age of 75 years, 5 months and 7 days,
Buried at the Elmwood Cenetery, North of Coin, Iowa.
They had five children born to this union:
Click on Thumbnail for Profile!  See Biographical Profile:
 M. "Peter" CHRISTENSEN of Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA.
 for Continuation.
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Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 5."Minnie" or "Mamie" Marie WILSON;
(2nd Dau. of Abraham & Louisa (Drace) Wilson)
(GranDau. of Robert M. WILSON & Sarah PUGH of Fountaiana Co., IN.
b. __ Feb 1880, near Coin, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA. per 1900 Census]
d. 03 Dec 1954, age 74yrs, 10mths & _? days, Newton, Harvy Co., Kansas
Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Newton, Harvey Co., Kansas
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At the age of 24 years, she married on 21 Jun 1904, in Page Co., IA. to
Need Photo of 25 year old Perry Alva MAINE;
(#7. of 8 Ch, 2nd Son of John Wesley MAINE & Mother: Abbie Wilcox EAGON)
b. 17 Aug 1879, Tarko Twp., Page Co., Iowa
d. 09 Jul 1968, age 88yrs, 10mths, & 22 days, Newton, Harvy Co., Kansas
Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Newton, Harvey Co., Kansas
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 26127885, [Created by: Barb, Apr 19, 2008]
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Occupation: Re-Sale Dealer, 1910; Truck Driver 1920; Carpenter, 1925; Diaryman 1930; Retired 1940
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 Perry Alva MAINE, of Newton, Harvy Co., Kansas
 for Continuation.
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LaNora WILSON, 16yrs 1982- Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! #6. LaNora May "Nora" WILSON;
(3rd Dau of Abraham & Louisa (Drace) Wilson)
b. 29 Aug. 1884, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa;
d. 17 Nov 1969, age 85yrs, 2mths & 18 days, in Colorado;
Buried: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Paonia, Delta Co., Colorado
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As a young girl she attended the "Center School" House, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa;
At age 19 yrs she married on 21 Jan. 1903, in home of Parents, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., IA. to
Need Photo of 27 year old Roscoe N. HOSKINS;
(1st s/o Moses J. HOSKINS & Rachel J. EDWARDS)
b. 29 Feb 1876, Penn Twp., Jefferson Co., Iowa;
d. 09 Oct 1929, age 53yrs, 7mths, & 10 days, in Paonia, Delta County, Colorado;
Buried: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Paonia, Delta Co., Colorado
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Twp., Page Co., Iowa; Attended "Snow Hill School" House, Lincoln Twp., Page Co., Iowa; Nora (Wilson) and Roscoe HOSKINS removed to Paonia Colorado about 1907;
Abraham WILSON, and Dau Mrs. Nora (Wilson) HOSKINS, of Paonia, Colorado visit Page Co., IA. [SP 10 Nov. 1911]
 They had one Daughter born from this union, my friend:
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 6.1. Only Dau:   Ruth Isabel HOSKINS,  *1905-2000 a94yrs CO.  m. *1938 CO. Aurther B. VanTINE,   1Ch
  Only had 1 GrandSon who died at age  

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 Roscoe N. HOSKINS, of Greely, Weld Co., Colorado
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End of Abraham WILSON Chapter.

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My Gr-Grandma Mrs. Cora B. (Mannasmith) WILSON, 1872-1947, age75yrs - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - III. WILSON & Related Families© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 14, 1993 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT. (1917-1987, age age 70yrs) & My Gr-Grandmother: Click on Redball for More Info.<--- Mrs. Cora B. (Mannasmith) WILSON 1872-1947, age75yrs. The "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the now called Friends of Page Co., site...prs
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