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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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Jan 24, 2007


 

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Research Guide
Look-Up Volunteers
Wilson County Public Library
Wilson Daily Times
State Library of North Carolina
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NC Genealogical Society
Wilson County Government

Cemeteries
David Daniel Bottoms Cemetery
Bennett Bullock Cemetery
Caswell Finch Cemetery
Eli P. Haynes Cemetery
Elizabeth Glover Cemetery
G. H. Glover Cemetery
Haynes/Barnes Cemetery
High Cemetery
Gincy Manning Cemetery
John W. Peele Cemetery
Pleasant Grove Methodist Church
David Deans Cemetery
Stantonsburg Cemetery (partial)
Cobb Cemetery
Thigpen Cemetery
Toisnot Baptist Church Cemetery
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Wilson County Created in 1855

 

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The Boykin Collection

 

 

A special Thank you to
G. Hunter Ferrell
who was County Coordinator © 1999 - 2002

 

Our Neighbors
Edgecombe County | Nash County | Johnston County | Wayne County | Greene County | Pitt County

 

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Wilson County Coordinator- Katy Hestand
State Coordinator - Diane Siniard

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