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Thomas Wilson, died 1836

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Thomas Wilson, died 1836
Frank Cemetery, Penn Township, Huntingdon Co., PA
Posted by Deb (Fisher) Riley on May 29, 2011 Slideshow

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Reply Jim Gresham
1:08 PM on May 30, 2011 
I have the following information on Thomas Wilson. Unfortunately, I am not sure of the source or the date.

Thomas Wilson, an Englishman, was one of the few pioneer settlers still having representatives in the township. He lived on what is known as the "Station farm", now owned by David Summers. He owned, and probably built, the first grist-mill in this section of the country. It is represented as having been very primitive in structure. It was known throughout the neighborhood as "Tub Mill", and stood near the site of the brick mill now owned by John S. Isett.

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