I am not related to this family, but thought I'd pass this along.
Langford R. Wilson, b. March 12, 1832-Ohio; died 25 January 1898, Louisville, Boulder County, Colorado. Buried Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
Wife: Hannah J, b. Nov 13, 1843-Ireland; died 26 Dec 1930, Walsenburg, Huerfano, Colorado. Buried Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
Married ca. 1863
Children: (All born in Boulder County)
1. LANGFORD R. WILSON, b. ca. 1864. Living with parents up to the 1885 census. Mentioned in the Fort Collins Courier newspaper as working as a farm-hand at the farm of J. S. McClelland, in Feb 1886 in Larimer County; and working as a miner at the Manhattan Gold Mine near Victor, in the northwest corner of Larimer County, CO. March 1887-May 1888.
2. ROBERT G. WILSON, b. Sept 1866; died 1926
...Spouse: NETTIE L. HOWARD, b. Sept 1870-IL; died 1948.
...Married February 16, 1893 in Fremont County, Colorado. Residence: Louisville, CO. Both buried in the Louisville Cemetery, Boulder County, Colorado. Seven Children: Claude, Harland, Lela, Grace, Verna, Josephine, and Gladys.
3. MARTHA "Mattie" ELLA WILSON, b. Feb 1868, died 1948. Buried Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
Spouse 1: MORGAN EDWARDS, b. Sept 1863-Wales; md 10 March 1888, divorced by 1902. Two children: George Edwards and Wilber Edwards.
Spouse 2: CLAUS J. PETERSON, b. 1870-Sweden; d. 1946. Married 10 January 1903, Boulder Co., CO. Residence in 1930-Eastlake, Adams County, CO. Buried-Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, CO. Two children: Neils R. Peterson and Louis R. Peterson.
4. LEWIS G. WILSON, b. July 1870
...Spouse: MAY WELLS, b. June 1876-Missouri.
...Married 28 Nov 1892, Pueblo County, Colorado
Seven children: Lottie, Hazel, Libbie, Mabel, Zenith, Arlo, aand Darvin. Residence in 1930: Louisville, Colorado
5. IDA BELLE WILSON, b. June 1872; died 29 May 1932. Buried Green Mtn Cemetery, Boulder, CO.
Spouse 1: JAMES HILTON, b. June 19, 1868-England; died 29 April 1893, Boulder Co., CO. Married 24 Dec 1892, Louisville, Boulder County, Colorado. Buried Louisville Cemetery, Boulder County, CO. Children: One child which did not survive infancy.
Spouse 2: CHARLES CHRISTOPHER ROSENBAUM, b. Feb 1860-NE; Buried Green Mtn Cemetery, Boulder, Colorado. Married: 28 Sept 1899, Boulder County, Colorado. Residence in 1920: Lafayette, Boulder County, Colorado.
...Children: Chris Rosenbaum Jr.Buried at Green Mtn. Cemetery. Four step-children: Pluma, May, Pearl and Myrtle. Chris previously married to Maggie J. Simpson of England, on 30 Nov 1882, Boulder County, Colorado. emetery, Boulder, Colorado.
(Note: Both Chris Sr and Chris Jr are buried in same cemetery-unable to ascertain which one died in 1930 and the second in 1937)
6. JAMES A. WILSON, b. March 1874. Living with parents in 1885; Possibly living in Victor, Teller County, in 1900, working as a miner.
7. MARY ALICE WILSON, b. June 1876. Spouse: GEORGE FRUTH, b. 21 April 1867, Mason City, West Virginia. Married December 23, 1896, Boulder County, CO. Children: Josephine Juanita Fruth. Lived in Louisville in 1900; Long Beach, CA in 1910; and Denver, Colorado in 1920.
8. GUSELLA/GISELLA "Daisy" MAY WILSON, b. June 1883; d. 1970. Married THOMAS J. STONE, b. Feb 1878-England; d. 1945; Both buried at Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado. Married August 30, 1901, Boulder County, Colorado. Residence in 1930-Walsenburg, Huerfano, Colorado. Children:
Wilma, and Marie. Mother Hannah J., age 86 living with Thomas and Gusella in 1930 in Walsenburg.
Langford's Military service in Co. F., 1st Regiment Colorado Cavalry was the "New Mexico Campaign" which lasted from March 1862 to November 1862.
One possible clue to the last name of Hannah Josephine is found in the naming of one of Langford's Mining Lodes in Boulder County - i.e. Giscardo-possibly a variant spelling of the surname Giscard.
Langford had two land patents in Boulder County. The first patent was a military land warrant, where he was the assignee, dated 1 Feb 1869, located in Township 1 South, Range 70 West, Section 11. Near the area of Cherryvalle Road and South Boulder Road. The second was a Homestead Patent, dated 15 December 1873 for 158.82 acres in Section 18, Township 1 South, Range 69 West (near Louisville). Langford was forced to sell 18 acres of this second patent June 23, 1894, in order to pay a settlement to Norman R. Howard.