This name was written on the death certificate of his son William Wilson.
He was found in the 1841 Scottish Census in a household that was in Canongate which was the main road between Holyrood Palace and the Royal Mile up to the Castle so Palace Yards would probably have been adjacent to Holyrood Palace itself (possibly where the modern parliament is sited).
Address: 2, Palace Yards, Canongate County: Midlothian
BLACKLOCH, James M 35 1806 Labourer Midlothian
BLACKLOCH, Susan F 35 1806 Midlothian
BLACKLOCH, Catherine F 12 1829 Midlothian
BLACKLOCH, John M 6 1835 Midlothian
WALLACE, William M 1 1840 Midlothian
WILISON, George M 1 1840 Midlothian
WILSON, William M 25 1816 Maltman Midlothian
WILSON, Jean F 25 1816 Scotland
WILSON, William M 3 1838 Midlothian
WILSON, James M 2 1839 Midlothian
WikiTree profile Wilson-4573 created through the import of jhunter99(2).ged on May 31, 2011 by John Hunter. See the Changes page for the details of edits by John and others.
Source: S3 Type: Electronic File Title: GEDCOM File : UploadJuly03.ged Abbreviation: GEDCOM File : UploadJuly03.ged Master Listing Source: Y Record ID Number: 3 Data: Date: 6 JUL 2003
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with William by comparing test results with
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in the same direct paternal or maternal line.
It's also likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share significant DNA: