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Ancestors and Decendants of Remer Mack Wilson

Updated December 11, 2004

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Remer Mack Wilson was the second child born to Richard Mack Wilson and Mary Levita Mullis. He married Alma Lee Terry, daughter of Jesse Cornelius Terry and Annie Eliza Waters. It is my intention to find out as much as I possibly can about the growing up years of my parents and to know something of their lineages.
My dad's side of the family, children of John Burnett Mullis and Mary Ida Corbitt, started having family reunions about 53 years ago. Records have been kept at many of the reunions, videos have been made of some of the reunions, and everyone has memories to share.
I don't know much about my mother's side of the family. Mom didn't know much about her birth mother since her birth mother died when Mom was about 3 years old. Her dad left her, her twin sister, and their older brother with his parents after his wife died and made his way down to Florida from North Carolina. He was gone several years before he returned to North Carolina with a new wife to claim his 3 children. Jesse C. Terry had married a wonderful woman by the name of Julia Carter. She took Jesse's children into her life and into her heart and raised them as her own. Jesse and Julia had 4 children of their own, but there was no partiality shown between their children and his children. She was the GRANNY of all grannies and I am so very fortunate to have known her.

 
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