Page 50*** Summoned as a juror, March 24, 1834 William Wilson Selected as Grand Juror William A. Wilson Page 101*** "Marble Valley...William A. and Jessee Wilson, brothers, lived here when the county was organized>" Page 103*** "William A. Wilson once owned a fine farm in here (between Hatchett and the Coosa) on Weogufka." Page 124*** Delegates to Constitutional Convention 1865 Daniel Crawford, C. M. Cabot and William A. Wilson Page 125*** Sheriffs 1854August, William A. Wilson Page 158*** 59th Alabama Regiment (Civil War) William A. Wilson Page 238*** "William A. Wilson, who became sheriff in 1854, was in the county at its organization, and from the first had much to do with its public affairs in opening roads, acting as commissioner and in other ways.He bought and opened up several good farms in the county.As he would get them in good condition, he would sell at a good price, and open another.He accumulated a good property. He was a delegate from the county to the Constitutional Convention in 1865, his last public service.He was a small man, but his wife was large and vigorous. They reared a family of fine looking sons and daughters, JOHN, WILLIAM, JESSEE, ADOLPHUS, LUCIEN and HUGH." Page 151*** 13th ALABAMA REGIMENT, COMPANY H was organized at Mt. Moriah Church July 2, 1861...William B. Wilson, 3rd Sergt. Pages 31, 41, 42, 43,45, 70, 100, 119, 300*** These pages merely repeated above facts, except Page 100 states "W. A. Wilson had 12 children" Page 119 states "W.D. and Burchard Pond are sons of Dick Pond, grandsons of Ebenezer Pond and Wm. A. Wilson"
NO WILLIAM HAMILTON, ELIZABETH GUY OR SMITH. DID FIND A WILLIAM SMITH, Page 139, 221?