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Looking for Tristram Wilson of York County, ME and Carroll County, NH

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Tristram Wilson was born between 1815 and 1817 probably Sanford or Acton, ME. He was married to Mary Cloutman in 1839 and had the following children: Silas C, Jerusha Jane, Daniel Hobart., Mary, Hannah and Ranson D. He died in Wakefield New Hampshire about 1860. I am trying to locate exact birth information and the names of his parents.

Surnames: CLOUTMAN WILSON
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on 2010-01-16 05:28:46

berwicker , from Berwick, York County, Maine, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 2010. is researching the following names: WILSON.

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by jerseygirl on 2011-06-13 14:39:41

I will be at the Concord State Library in Concord NH next week (JUNE 20-25 th). I will look for the Wilson Genealogy and your Tristram Wilson of Carroll County, NH. Wish me luck and say a prayer!!
Eileen the jerseygirl

by jerseygirl on 2011-06-13 14:40:09

I will be at the Concord State Library in Concord NH next week (JUNE 20-25 th). I will look for the Wilson Genealogy and your Tristram Wilson of Carroll County, NH. Wish me luck and say a prayer!!
Eileen the jerseygirl

by berwicker on 2011-06-13 18:30:48

Thanks Eileen

I wish you much luck and greatly appreciate your efforts. If there is any information that I can share or help you find in this area please let me know.

Kind regards,
Ellen

by jerseygirl on 2011-06-19 09:18:23

Ellen, I tried the NH Archives on friday. I was there anyway, I did not make a special trip. I looked up the name in the Ezra S. Stearns - Genealogy Dictionary of Maine/NH. Here's what I found about Wilson's in Maine. The Wilson Line "Gowen Wilson" first appeared in Maine about 1652. Maybe you can trace the line down from Gowen. I know its not the best way to do this. But on some of my lines it has worked. I started from the botton, then the top of the line and met in the middle with my ancestor.
William Wilson, the earliest known ancestor of this family, was born in England, in the year 1500. From what I have read, Wilson is actually a Scottish surname.
Will try for the State Library this week and will report back to you my findings. I am also looking for a "Wilson Ancestor" but my Wilson Line in stuck in NJ. Eileen

by jerseygirl on 2011-06-23 17:16:54

Ellen, I was at the Concord State Library today. They had 2 books on the Wilson lines. One book was on the Gowen Wilson line. I went thru the book and could not find (1) Tristram Wilson. So sorry, I really wanted to find information for you. Eileen

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