man William H. Wilson‏‎, son of William McLin Wilson and Martha Phillips‏.
Born ‎ 1844 at Pope Co.,GA‎
BIOGRAPHY: - taken from a photocopied page(in possession of Rick Cabell) of anunknown book
William H. Wilson lived on the home farm in Georgia until 1861, when he elisted in the Confederate service, in Company D, Captain McDonald, of Murray county. For two months he was in a camp of instruction, and was then sent to Camp Lee, Rickmond, Virginia,then to Norfolk and Portsmouth, witnessed a fight between the ironclad Merrimac and three or four Yankee men-of war; was atPetersburg, Seven Pines, Culpeper Court House, the second battle of Manassas ,then at Maryland Heights, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancelorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Petersburg and Newmarket Heights, and returned home in 1866. Soon afterward he came to Texas, and in 1870 married Dicey B. Bass; in 1878 he settled in Cooke, and two years later bought his farm near Callisburg, on which he has lived ever since.

Married ‎ Nov 12, 1870 at Cherokee Co.,TX to:

woman Dicia Brittan Bass‏‎, daughter of Willis Jordan Bass and Elizabeth Lillian Hardin‏.
Nickname: Dicey, married name: Poole, Wilson, born ‎ 1849 at Cheroke Co.,TX‎, ‎1st marriage to: William H. Wilson, 2nd marriage to: Mathew *Poole
Married Name:<_MARNM> Wilson



woman Mattie Wilson‏‎
Born ‎± 1871‎
man Willie Wilson‏‎
Born ‎after 1870‎
man Bennie Wilson‏‎
Born ‎± 1871‎
woman Rutha Wilson‏‎
Born ‎± 1872‎
man Roy Wilson‏‎
Born ‎± 1871‎