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WILLIAM WILSON of Halifax
ISAAC WILSON (bp. 1567 - by 1631) of Halifax m.
JOHN HOLGATE (d. 1606) of Halifax
SUSAN HOLGATE (d. by 1631)
WILLIAM WILSON of Halifax
Children of William Wilson: [Ref, parish registers]
JOHN HOLGATE (d. 1606) of Halifax and Ovenden
John Holgate was buried on 26 Nov 1606 in Ovenden in the parish of Halifax. [Ref] His wife was buried on 12 Mar 1603/4 in Ovenden in the parish of Halifax. [Ref]
John Holgate, Sr. of Ovenden Moore in the diocese of York signed his will on 28 Oct 1606. It was proved on 16 Apr 1607. He mentions his eldest son Michael; his second son John; children Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Susan, Martha and Sarah; brother George Holgate. [Ref]
Children of John Holgate:
ISAAC WILSON (bp. 1567 - by 1631) of Halifax
Parents: William Wilson
Isaac Wilson was baptised on 15 Jun 1567 in Halifax. [Ref] He died before 26 Jul 1631. He married Susan Holgate on 17 May 1611 in Sowerby in the parish of Halifax. [Ref]
On 26 [Jul?] 1631, Jacob Wilson and Joseph Wilson, the children
of Isaac Wilson, late of Blackwood in Sowerby, clothier, by Susan his late wife,
the sister of Nathaniall Holgate, late of Warley, clothier, released their interest
in a messuage in Ovenden to James Wilson the elder of Sowerby. As Jacob and
Joseph were underage, their share £10 of the purchase money was retained.
[Ref; Quitclaim DD99/B15/3]
Children of Isaac Wilson and Susan Holgate:
SUSAN HOLGATE (d. by 1631)
Parents: John Holgate
Susan Holgate married Isaac Wilson on 17 May 1611 in Sowerby in the parish of Halifax. [Ref] She is described as the late Isaac's late wife in a 26 Jul 1631 quitclaim (see his entry) but a Halifax parish record says that the widow of Isaac Wilson died on 11 Nov 1632 in Ovenden. [Ref]
NATHANIEL WILSON (bp. 1621 - 1692) of Halifax, Roxbury, Boston and Newton
Parents: Isaac Wilson and Susan Holgate
Nathaniel Wilson was baptised on 2 Aug 1621 in Warley in the parish of Halifax, Yorkshire. [Ref] He died on 17 Sep 1692 in Newton. [Ref] He married Hannah Crafts on 2 Apr 1645 in Roxbury. [Ref] She died on 18 Aug 1692 in Newton. in Newton. [Ref]
On 19 (9) 1647 Nathaniel Wilson of Roxbury appointed John Wilson, a cloth worker of Halifax, Yorkshire, his true attorney and asked him to ask Nathaniel Holgate of Halifax about a legacy. [Ref] On 19 (6) 1648 Nathaniel Wilson of Roxbury sold a messuage and land in Ovenden, Yorkshire to Joseph Wood. [Ref][Ref]
He lived in Roxbury and in the part of Boston called Muddy River (Brookline).
Nathaniel Wilson moved to Cambridge Village (Newton), where he purchased about 150 acres. [Ref]
Children of Nathaniel Wilson and Hannah Crafts:
JOSEPH WILSON (1656 - 1725) of Newton
Parents: Nathaniel Wilson and Hannah Crafts
Joseph Wilson was born on 30 Jan 1656 in Roxbury. [Ref] He died in 1725 [Ref] in Newton. [Ref] He married Deliverance Jackson. [Ref] She died on 18 May 1718 in Newton. [Ref]
Joseph was a wheelright. [Ref] He is on a 5 Sep 1688 list of tax payers in Little Cambridge (Newton). [Ref]
His will was signed on 30 Sep 1724 and proved on 30 April 1725. Inventory on his estate was taken on 26 Apr 1725. In his will he mentions his eldest daughter Sarah Trowbridge; daughters Hannah Turner, Deliverance Squire, Mary Wilson, Experience Williams, Elizabeth Ward; Ebenezer Smith, the son of his daughter Abigail; James Greenwood, the son of his daughter Thankful; son Josiah Wilson. [Ref]
Children of Joseph Wilson and Deliverance Jackson:
DELIVERANCE WILSON (1687 - 1726)
Parents: Joseph Wilson and Deliverance Jackson
Deliverance Wilson was born on 11 Oct 1687 in Newton. [Ref] She died on 17 Apr 1726, age 37, and is buried in the Franklin Plains Cemetery in Franklin. [Ref] She married Daniel Squire on 5 Jul 1710 in Watertown [Ref] or in Newton. [Ref]
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