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Name: Thomas B. Willson
Name: Thomas B. Wilson
Birth: 1805 in Maryland 1
Death: BEF 1870 in Dubuque County, IA
Residence: 1850 District 7, Dubuque County, IA
Residence: 1860 Taylor Township, Dubuque County, IA 2
Marriage 1 Martha Jane Allen b: 2 JUL 1813 in Huntsville, AL
Married: BEF 1835
Thomas Allen Willson b: JUN 1838 in Iowa
Charles C. Willson b: ABT 1844 in Iowa
Title: 1850 Federal Census, United States
Text: 45 years old
Title: 1860 Federal Census, United States
Martha Jane Allen (July 02, 1813 - January 02, 1871) is the daughter of Walker Allen (February 03, 1785 - June 14, 1818) and Mary Brown Seawell (May 03, 1794 - March 17, 1819). She was born in Huntsville, Alabama
Name: Charles C. Willson
Name: Charles C. Wilson
Birth: ABT 1844 in Iowa 1
Death: 17 APR 1897 in Seattle, King County, WA 2
Burial: 18 APR 1897 Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery, Seattle, WA 3
Event: Headstone A6
Military Service: Private, Co. F, 21st Iowa Infantry 4 5
Event: Plot 6 6
Residence: 1870 Chillicothe, Livingston County, MO 7
Residence: 1900 Seattle, King County, WA 8
Event: Fact 01 Photo in Stevens Post "muster book"
Charles C. Wilson
Residence Epworth [Dubuque County] IA; 19 years old.
Enlisted on 8/11/1862 as a Private.
On 8/22/1862 he mustered into "F" Co. IA 21st Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 6/5/1865 at New Orleans, LA
born in Iowa
Charles C. Willson (First_Last)
Regiment Name 21 Iowa Inf.
Soldier's Rank_In Pvt.
Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt.
Alternate Name Charles C./Wilson
Film Number M541 roll 29
Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Charles C. WILSON Self M Male W 36 IA R.R. Depot Gaurd Master MD MD
Ella WILSON Wife M Female W 34 PA House Keepi
Elmer WILSON Son S Male W 10 MO Attends School IA PA
Census Place Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa
Family History Library Film 1254328
NA Film Number T9-0328
Page Number 601B
-- Obituary, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Sunday, April 18, 1897, page 8, column C
C. C. Willson Dead.
C. C. Willson, a member of the G. A. R., died at his residence, 505 Twenty-first avenue, yesterday, aged 53 years. During the civil war Mr. Willson was a member of Company F, Twenty-first Iowa regiment. The funeral services will be held today at the residence at 2 p.m., under the auspices of the G. A. R. The members of the Stevens Post, No. 1, will assemble in their hall in the Hinckley building at 1 o'clock sharp.
-- Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Sunday, May 9, 1897, page 7, columns B, C
In Memory of a Dead Comrade.
Stevens Post, G. A. R., has adopted the following resolution in memory of Charles C. Wilson, a member of the post, who died April 17:
"Seattle, April 30, 1897.
"To the Commander and Comrades of Stevens Post, No. 1, G. A. R.:
"Your committee, appointed to prepare suitable resolutions in memory of our late comrade, Charles C. Wilson, who died April 17, 1897, respectfully submit the following:
"By the sad and untimely death of Charles C. Wilson the officers and members of this post mourn the loss of an efficient and able post commander, an upright and honorable comrade, and a friend and companion whose faithful and earnest work in the post room, among our needy comrades, and in all the walks of life, is now, to all, the greatest monument of his many virtues and noble, upright character.
"Comrade Wilson was one who, true to that soldierly spirit that everywhere characterized the 'boys in blue,' was ready for every duty, and as 'in camp and field,' so in post and civil life, he manifested a spirit of true devotion to comrade and friend, and was ever ready to obey and to perform his well his part in life.
"As a member of Stevens post he took an active part in all the proceedings, and refused no duty when health or business would permit him to act. He was obedient to every command and true to every trust. As a soldier, so as a comrade, he bore the brunt of battle without a murmur or complaint.
"As he lived, so he died, a brave and loyal defender of the old flag he loved so well. His last work at our new cemetery, assisting at the raising of the flagpole, is a fitting memento to us of his patriotic life. 'Tis well that he sleeps in that hallowed spot, made the more sacred to us by his untiring efforts in life, and now the receptacle of his precious dust.
"To his bereaved family we extend the consolations and sympathies of comrades who loved him in life, and who will do all in our power to shield and protect, to console and comfort his loved ones in this their greatest sorrow.
"Resolved, that these resolutions be published in our city papers, the Blaine Republican and the White River Journal, and that a copy be presented to the family. Respectfully submitted,
S. F. STREET
L. A. TREEN
S. W. CLARK
J. E. RISEDORPH
Father: Thomas B. Willson b: 1805 in Maryland
Mother: Martha Jane Allen b: 2 JUL 1813 in Huntsville, AL
Marriage 1 Ellen Prather b: JAN 1846 in Pennsylvania
Married: 1866 9
Elmer C. Willson b: 15 JUL 1868 in Missouri
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