Solomon Thomas Wilson (1841 – 1922)

”Solomon Thomas Wilson, born in Maryland 1841, son of William P. and Eliza A. (Simmons) Wilson, was married in 1867 to Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin O. and Matilda (Wooden) Ware. Children, Laura V., John W., Mattie B., Henry F., James S., Francis C., Benjamin K., Cora E., Eliza A. Harriet B., William H. and Blanch. He is a member of the German Baptist¬† Church, a Republican and a farmer, living on Sugar Creek, where he owns 400 acres, nearly all improved and in sod, and on which he now grazes sixtynine cattle. His daughter Mattie, married Ashford W. Stalnaker, a farmer of Glade District; his son James S., married Mertie, daughter of John C, Right, a merchant at Huffman, Barbour County. His son Benjamin K., is a student at Buckhannon.”

Source:  The History of Barbour County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Exploration and Settlement to the Present Time, by Hu Maxwell, The Acme Publishing Co., Morgantown W. Va., 1899, pages 51


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