This is a whole new site! Recently I was hacked in a major way and I lost some files, so if you don't see something here that you submitted please resubmit it. What they really did was give me an accuse to build the site the way I wanted it in the first place.
As time goes on, every name of every person who has ever been submitted to me or is on a census will be on the site. All of the documentation that I have for each person will be connected to that person.
The photos all have a new home, they are now in an album, as are the tombstones. The cemeteries are connected to pictures of the tombstones and they are both connected to the individual they respresent. It has been my ambition to do this since I started and it is finally going to be a reality. Stand by for exciting changes to come.
Wilson County, located in the Atlantic Coastal Plain region of North Carolina, was formed in 1855 from parts of Edgecombe, Wayne, Johnston, and Nash Counties. It was named for General Louis Dicken Wilson (1789 - 1847), a veteran of the war with Mexico. There are 10 townships: Wilson, Taylors, Old Fields, Crossroads, Black Creek, Spring Hill, Saratoga, Stantonsburg, Gardners, and Toisnot.
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Since June 19, 1999
State Coordinator: Jo Branch
Assistant State Coordinator #1: Deloris Williams
Assistant State Coordinator #2 & Webmaster: Taneya Koonce
Coastal Counties Regional Coordinator: Myra Lanier
Eastern Piedmont Counties Regional Coordinator: Sue Ashby
Western Piedmont Counties Regional Coordinator: Katherine Benbow
Mountain Counties Regional Coordinator: Dee Gibson-Roles
Board Advisor: Derick S. Hartshorn
|A special Thank you to
G. Hunter Ferrell
who was County Coordinator © 1999 - 2002