History of Perquimans County Records of Deeds page 434-435

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In “Pauls” of London, July 14, 1635, Kathren Wilson, age 28, and children: Robert, age 6 – Richard, age 5. (Hotten)

William Edward, Clerk of Surry Co Va, was grt (with Rice Davis) 1080a. in sd county, for trans’ among others, Robert Wilson & Henry White.  July 10, 1648.

William Wilson “of the City of Bristoll, Mercht; apt’ son John Isle of Wight Co. Va Att April 26, 1666 (Isle of wight Records.)

George Hardy of Isle of Wight Co. in his will bequeathed, “Land, Housing, my Mill, with all movable Est, to be equally divided betwee Kinsman George Hardy & Christopher Willson, after the decease of my wife,” He gave also 1000 lbs of Tub toward building a Church in this Parish, “to be Built of Brick”  To Christopher Willson “Land in Sult between me & Successors of Justinian Cooper, in case it be restored.” (Records Isle of Wight)

Robert Wilson was living in Churckatuck, Nansemond Co Va, 9, 12 mo 1688 when he witnessed the mar banns of Levin Buffkin & Dorothy Newby, at the house of Thomas Jordan. He recorded his mark in Perq Co N.C. April 1689, and his son Isaac did the same, May 1689.

At a quarterly meeting at the house of Henry White, in Perq. 1, 3 mo 1695 Robert Wilson, Francis Tomes & Henry White were apt to “write a letter to friends in london, in behalf of the Meeting.”

The will of Robert Wilson, p in Perq Precinct Jan 155, 1696.  Son: Isaac dau Sarah Belman, grandchildren: Robert & An Wilson, Sarah & Ester Belman; wife Ann Executrix. (This will was proven before John Archdale, Daniel Akehurst, Francis Tomes & Samuel Swann, Justices at the house of Samuel Swann.)

(1) Robert Wilson died “at his own house, up the Narrows of Perq River” Dec 21, 1696 (Roman Calendar) His wife Ann moved back to Surry Co Va, where her will was p 21, 5 mo 1792, reads as follows: “Disposing of worldly Est itt hath pleased God to bestow upon me in Carolina, do bequeath unto Robert Borsman, & Ann, ye son, and dau of John Borsman; & Sarah His wife, except cattle etc, to be equally divided between Robert Wilson & Ann Wilson, son & dau of Isaac Wilson & Ann his first wife” Jno Tooke, & Sam’ll Cornell Exrs. 

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