Husband: William Hall Wilson
Father: John Wilson [R380]
Mother: Jane (Porter) Wilson [R380]
Born: 7/11/1783, in Rockbridge County Va.
Died: 7/18/1863, in Mingo W.Va.; buried in the Jenks Cemetery,
    Mingo Flats W.Va.

Wife: Jane (McCampbell) Wilson
Father: John McCampbell?
Mother: Susannah (Weir) McCampbell?
Born: 3/27/1790, in Rockbridge County Va.
Died: 6/30/1850, in Mingo W.Va.; buried in the Jenks Cemetery,
    Mingo Flats W.Va.

Married: 4/11/1811 in Rockbridge County Va.

John Quillen Wilson, 6/13/1812-5/12/1898 [R353]
Susannah Jane Wilson, b. 4/1/1814 in Rockbridge County Va., d.
    after 1856, buried Jenks Cemetery. M. Levi Jenks in Randolph
    County W.Va., 1/11/1834, 9 children
Mary Ann Wilson, 6/25/1816-1/14/1903, buried Valley Head
    Cemetery. M. John B. Conrad in Randolph County W.Va.,
    10/2/1845, 5 children
Samuel Porter Wilson, b. 4/18/1818 in Rockbridge County Va., d.
    10/21/1903 in Cherokee Okla. Married 1st Emily Wamsley,
    12/11/1851; 2nd Lavina Bradshaw, 10/10/1859, 6 children
Nancy McFarland Wilson, b. 1/21/1820 in Rockbridge County Va.,
    d. 6/4/1888, buried Jenks Cemetery, Mingo Flats. M. William E.
    Wilson in Randolph County W.Va., 2/14/1850, 6 children. (He was
    a widower when they married, already had 4 children.)
William G. Wilson, b. 2/9/1822 probably in Rockbridge County Va., d.
    12/25/1844, buried in Jenks Cemetery, Mingo Flats. Not married
Sarah McFarland Wilson, b. 3/12/1824 probably in Rockbridge
    County Va., d. 2/12/1904, buried in Jet Okla. Not married
David Orbison Wilson, 5/30/1826-11/30/1914, buried in Fairfield
    Neb. M. Delila C. Lightburn 4/25/1855, 3 known children
Clarissa Elizabeth Wilson [R362], 1829-1855
Henry Brown Wilson, b. 12/1/1831 in Randolph County W.Va., m.
    Mary Elean Wilson (dau. of William E. and Nancy Wilson, above) in
    Randolph County W.V., 6/1/1854, 2 known children
James (Jim) D. Wilson, b. 5/16/1834 in Randolph County W.Va., d.
    2/28/1927 in Jet Okla. Married 1st Elizabeth S. Ward, 2/2/1859; 2nd
    Martha Miller, 11/1/1865, 4 children

A charter founder of the Mingo Presbyterian Church in 1833 was “William Wilson” [S121]; this would be William Hall Wilson.

Son Jim Wilson served in Company F of the 31st Virginia Infantry in the Civil War. He enlisted 5/24/1861 in Huttonsville W.V., and was on a list of Confederate prisoners taken at Front Royal Va. 5/30/1862 by Gen. Shields’ Division, U.S.A. He also appears on an undated roll of prisoners on board the steamer Coatzacoalcos. On 2/9/1865 and 3/5/1865 he appears in records of the Chimborazo Hospitals in Richmond for “V. S. left ear flesh” where “V. S.” stands for “Vulnus Scolpeticum,” which means bullet wound. He appears in Fig. R362a.

Source: [S127]