Rebecca Shook Wilson b. 1824 Haywood, N.C d. 1910 Stella,Oklahoma. need list of all children, was she native? Please

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Alfred Wilson was her Spouse she is buried Pilgram Rest Cemetery,  Stella Cleveland, Oklahoma (Cemetery,Plot R 15.9 ) maybe Stella, Oklahoma  Obituary may have list of children


1900 Little River Township she lived with son-in-law Jason R Gibble.

Her Spouse Alfred Wilson is buried back in North Carolina died before her she may have moved to live with children,
WikiTree profile: Rebecca Wilson
in Genealogy Help by Donnie Blackstone G2G6 Pilot (197k points)
edited by Donnie Blackstone

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Best answer

Rebecca Shook Wilson


Birth:  Jul. 1, 1824
Death:  Feb. 4, 1910
Family links: 
  Alfred Wilson (1812 - 1889)*
  Theresa Mary Ann Wilson Owen (1846 - 1923)*
  Martha Jane Wilson Franks (1849 - 1931)*
  Thomas A Wilson (1852 - 1925)*
  Arminda E. Wilson Beck (1854 - 1947)*
  Margaret O. Wilson Woodring (1856 - 1896)*
  Sarah A. Woodring (1860 - 1887)*
  Rebecca A Wilson Gribble (1863 - 1941)*
*Calculated relationship
Pilgrims Rest Cemetery 
Cleveland County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: R15-9
Created by: Tombstoner & Family
Record added: Jan 20, 2005 
Find A Grave Memorial# 10349444
Rebecca <i>Shook</i> Wilson
Added by: Liz Freeman
Rebecca <i>Shook</i> Wilson
Cemetery Photo
Added by: Renie (Gabbard) Lamproe

by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.2m points)
selected by Donnie Blackstone
Frank thank you I fugue they was more children,  do you know how to find a death certificate for Rebecca Shook Wilson and her sibling's, and what's she doing in Oklahoma living with her Son-in-law was he Native you thank Jason R Gibble,  I sure wise I could get a Oklahoma connection to this Family,  Thanks for helping

There could be more children as sometimes cemetery information can be incomplete as far as naming the children. 

The cemetery might be some help in suggesting where in Stella, Cleveland, OK the death certificate would be. 

If you contact people with the Wilson surname who are living there now, you might find a relative that way. I did something similar for family in PA some years back and made two connections. 

If you have family buried in this cemetery and would like to add their information, an obit,
tombstone photo, funeral home record or memorial card to this website,
please send area coordinator an e-mail.


Frank I sent a message I also got permission to share the picture of the tombstone from Liz Freeman,  wish me luck , I would like to see Obituary and reason, of death it may have more children too, it isn't like my family to just have 7 children and I believe they spaced out too , shoot I got more kids then that, lol  have a great day!
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Just one of many white families that moved West to get cheap - or free - land.  At thie time of Oklahoma statehood there were more whites than Indians in Indian Territory.
She was already old and left her land in Western North Carolina be hide for her other children,  her husband Alfred Wilson 1812-1889 had  land  in western nc
Ok is this Eastern, Oklahoma my family lived

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