Mary Jane Wilson
Michael Lafayette Hagewood
[Michael L (Lafayette) Feeler]
I place this search result here only as a weak possibility that it is our
Michael Lafayette Hagewood.
I did a search of the 1880 census for ANY Michael Lafayette, and this one surfaced in Neosho Co., KS.
An interesting aside:
Neosho Co. is in southeastern Kansas just north of the Oklahoma line, and the neighboring county to its west is Montgomery Co., home of my ggg-granduncle, Richard W. Gwin.And the possible tie-in:
Uncle Richard's nephew, my gg-grandpa William Gwin, married my Wilson connection, Rosanne Carlisle Jones Wilson.
I suppose this Michael's mother could have married a third time to a Mr. Hagewood who adopted him...
|Age:||8 (or 5)
|Home in 1880:||Shiloh, Neosho, Kansas|
|Mother:||Sarah J. Kitterman|
The date is wrong on the birth date for Matilda but is abt 1895 born in OK. On one she is listed--it's very hard to read the 1910 census--looks like Minnie?
Matilda Phillips Williams died 1930, Clayton, Oklahoma; Bondolla died 1930 and Floy died also in 1930.
mary jane wilson-hagewood with the family on 1885 indian census. She filed for Indian rights but could not prove. she was IW 1509. and rejected 5962 and 212? but she put on these born 1845 which time back then did not matter much and if shes was like my mom--she was 39 for years--ha!!! And also said Jesse Wilson as father on the dawes. She got land from what we were told choctaw nation off the tiner man. around 1906. On one 1896? she put Jesse Wilson was from Tennessee, but maybe he was an uncle or brother?? and Hagewoods were not allowed to file because she went back on Leroy Tinner .
Also my mother married first Lloyd Morris in OK--I have forgotten where. They married lived in Clayton, OK--my mom was 15 at the time.
But she said the judge was drunk and they put down Ree Williams instead of Irene. She lost a baby boy, a day or so after birth. He was Dewey Morris.
In 1943 she married my dad, George Walter Sisson; they moved first to Fannin Co., TX; we were all born in Honey Grove, TX, then moved to West Texas and lived for years. I am in Amarillo, TX.
We went to Oklahoma lots of times, especially to Clayton, OK, to visit the Old Memorial Park Cemetery. We went to McAlester, OK, and visited Uncle Alvie--Alva Phillips, lovely man. He had a full headdress and danced for us and taught us to play Indian ball like you see now. They were Indian. Most of our Phillips kin are from there and buried there. There's more, but I will let you know as I remember.
artie m and matilda phillips-williams
they were in push county and pittsburg co ok.
the children are my uncles.
also grandpa artie m williams had a blacksmith shop at one time when i was abt 6 yrs old we went to visit at their home they lived in the back of the store. matilda had died in 1930.must have been 1958.he was married to francis williams. he also had a store in front. but i do not know if he owned it or not. it was in clayton, ok
(Ind, Wht, Clrd)
|John M. Gwin Comments
||Citizen by marriage
clearly Kay's family in 1885, living in Atoka Co.;
however, the comment that he is a "citizen by marriage"
(i.e., citizen of the Choctaw nation) tells me that Mary
Jane is Choctaw by birth and I'm not sure that our Mary
Jane Wilson (d/o Ezekiel Monroe Wilson and Sarah Jane
Cole of AL and AR) had any Choctaw blood. This is the
first indicator we have that our two Mary Jane Wilsons
are NOT the same.
||Mary Jane Hagewood||40
||Our Mary Jane Wilson (d/o Ezekiel Monroe Wilson and Sarah Jane Cole of AL and AR) was age 21 in the 1870 census of Dallas Co., AL, 11 in 1860, and 2 in 1850. If she were one and the same with Kay's Mary Jane (shown here as age 40), her actual age would be ca. 36, not 40. I've seen evidence that women did lie about their ages in census interviews, but never a lie that they were older, only younger. This is the second indicator we have that our two Mary Jane Wilsons are NOT the same.|
||Joseph Marion Hagewood||9
||Eli, Elijah Hagewood||1 (7?)
||Melinda Victor Ree Hagewood||5
||Perlucy Arizona Hagewood||4
||John M. Gwin Comments
is definitely our Artie and Matilda, but look at her and
her parents' POB--Missouri! Wouldn't Matilda and her
parents have been born in OK? Of course, parts of MO are
right across the line from OK, so it's a possiblilty
that they could've been born in MO. And looking back at
what Kay sent me, no claim is made for any of these to
have been BORN in OK, only married. Regardless,
these children are the same as those listed in the 1930
census, so the families are the same.
|Washington Wilson, & Mahala? 1844; Ala|
|Posted by: Kathy Wilson Kemp||Date: January 25, 2001 at 16:25:42|
|Ezekiel Burdine Wilson's line
|Ezekiel Burdine Wilson
I m. Sarah H. Rasco
Wilson m1. Jane Jones
m. Mahala "Haley"
(nee unk.), allegedly Choctaw
||Roseanne "Roe" Carlisle
Jones Wilson m.
Jane Wilson?????? b. ca. 1845
||2nd Cousins||William Sutton "Sutt"
Gwin m. Ida E. Basset
||3rd Cousins||James B. Gwin m. Adrian
||4th Cousins||Adrian Sutton Gwin m.
Dorothy Lee Keeney
||5th Cousins||John M. Gwin
m. Sharon L. Hamrick
||6th Cousins||John's and Sharon's kids
Here is a summary of Wash and Haily's known kids
(copied directly from our page for E. B. Wilson I:
25.01--E. B. Wilson (III)
25.02--Elizabeth Jane "Sallie", "Sarah" Wilson
25.03--Julia "Bettie" (or "Sallie") Wilson
25.04--Henry H. "Harry" Wilson
25.05--Frances "Fannie" Wilso
25.06--Philmore "Phil" Willard Wilson,
25.07--Emily M. "Emma" Wilson
25.08--Mary E. "Mollie" Wilson
25.09--Virginia C. "Gennie" Wilson
|2 Nov 1844
18 Apr 1860
|11 Apr 1891
Joseph Allen Hutton
M. A. Vandevender