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Genealogy of the Wilson Family of Kittery, Maine

By Fred A. Wilson (Nahant, Mass., 1894).

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   The town of Kittery, Maine, was settled early-probably previous to 1630. Among the early settlers in Kittery there is one who is the earliest ancestor in this country of what is now a large family of Wilsons. This man was Gowen Wilson. The first mention of him in Kittery bears the date 1647, at which time Kittery was incorporated as a town. Gowen Wilson was one of the forty-two men admitted
at that time as citizens of the town. Probably he was then a young man. Extant signatures of his prove conclusively that he spelled his name as it is here written, although other records of that date spell it Gawin, Gowin, and Goin. The exact date of Gowen Wilson's death is not known. It was between June 2, 1684 and August 6, 1686. At this present writing nothing whatever is known about his wife.

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