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Langford Wilson

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Re: Langford Wilson

Posted: 31 Dec 2009 2:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Greetings! I found this on Ancestry.com for "Colorado Pioneers". It is likely my great-grandfather and Langford were acquainted, as my g-grandfather drove a wagon for the Colorado 1st. The family is listed on the Colorado State Census 1885 in Boulder County, Co.
Vol. 3
Page 496
MR. and MRS. LANGFORD R. WILSON (1859)
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson came to Colorado in 1859 by way of the Overland route, crossing the plains from Kansas City, Missouri, to Trinidad, Colorado. Mrs.Wilson walking behind an ox team all the way.

Mr. Wilson died at Louisville, Colorado. His widow resided with their daughter,

Mary Alice Wilson, who was married to George Fruth at Louisville, Colorado, on the 23rd of December 1896.

Mr. and Mrs. Fruth have become the parents of a daughter, Josephine Juanita,

who was born in Louisville, Colorado, in 1897. She is a graduate of the

Wolcott School for Girls in Denver and completed a domestic science course in

Dana Hall in Wellesley College, Massachusetts.
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paulbond174 31 Dec 2009 8:03PM GMT 
myowngrandmot... 31 Dec 2009 9:27PM GMT 
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