19 December 1528: Ordinations at Lichfield cathedral: Priests Secular: Richard Wilson, by title of Repton priory.
May 1835: Directory of Alfreton, with the hamlet of Swanwick, the chapelry of Riddings, Shirland with Higham and Neighbourhoods. Agents: William Wilson (agent to Wylde and Bolgar of Southwell), Market place. Attorneys: Joseph Wilson, Alfreton and Carnfield Hall. Blacksmiths: Benjamin Wilson, Alfreton. Fire, &c., Office Agents: British, William Wilson, Alfreton. Linen and Woollen Drapers: William and George Wilson, Alfreton
6 October 1838: List of Passengers by the Honble Companys Steam Packet Atalanta from Bombay: ‘Mrs Wilson 4 Children (2 under five Years) & 2 Native Servants’
November 1839: List of Passengers from Bombay to Suez by the H. C. Steam Vessel Hugh Lindsay: Captn Wilson H. M. 55th, Mrs Wilson
c1840: ‘List of Passengers and Packets Recd. at Bombay and Aden for Suez on board the Victoria: Major General Wilson‘
November 1840: ‘A List of Packets and Passengers received on board the H.Cos. Steamer Victoria at Bombay for the Red Sea’: Passengers: Captain and Mrs Wilson and children
19 May 1845: English schooner André Wilson [sic], captain Wilson, at Antwerp, from London, with general cargo;
8 June 1845: English schooner Andrew Wilson, captain Wilson, at Antwerp, for Louth, with cargo;
11 September 1845: English galliot Andrew Wilson, captain Wilson, at Antwerp, from London, with wheat;
29 September 1845: English galliot Andrew Wilson, captain Wilson, at Antwerp, for Dundee, with cargo;
3 December 1845: English brig Peru, captain Rob. Wilson, at Antwerp, from Rochefort, with potatoes
12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Campden Polling District: Parish of Chipping Campden: Abode: Chipping Campden: Edward Wilson; Abode: Broadway, Worcestershire: Thomas Rogers Wilson. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Charlton Kings: Abode: Thorntons’s Row: John Wilson.
27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Mary de Lode and College Precincts: James Wilson, for a house in Three Cocks’ Lane.
7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of Richard Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2041, 7th Dragoon Guards; [born:] Dublin; [trade] —; [age] 22⅔; [size:] 5[ft] 9[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 23 February 1879 [at] Dublin; [marks & remarks: blank];
James Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2670, 55th Brig. Dep; [born:] Dumfermline; [trade] labourer; [age] 24¼; [size:] 5[ft] 6⅛[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 3 March 1879 [at] Fort George; [marks & remarks: blank]
F. A. Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2549, Royal Artillery; [born:] Oxford; [trade] clerk; [age] 30½; [size:] 5[ft] 10½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 8 March 1879 [at] Sheerness; [marks & remarks: blank]
Thomas Wilson, [Reg. No:] —, 16th Brig. Dep; [born:] Carlisle; [trade] labourer; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 7[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] plain; [date of desertion:] 10 March 1879 [at] Carlisle; [marks & remarks:] recruit; not finally approved;
Deserters from the Lancashire Militia — absent from training: Henry Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2566, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Hulme; [trade] labourer; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] tattooed left arm;
James Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2708, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Ballybrigan, Dublin; [trade] labourer; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 11[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank];
James Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2520, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] moulder; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 7½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank];
John Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2450, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 19; [size:] 5[ft] 8¾[in]; [hair:] red; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar left side of nose;
Thomas Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2567, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Salford; [trade] labourer; [age] 19; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] point of little finger injured;
Thomas Wilson, [Reg. No:] 2449, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 6½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] mole right temple
25 March 1880: Pursuer: James Wilson, baker, 195 Castle Street, Glasgow. Defender: James McGovern, 23 Tennant Street, Glasgow
25 March 1880: Holder: Wilson, Mathieson & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: Hunter, Barr, & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: Alexander Paton & Co., 123 Argyle Street, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Holder: William McLaren, Sons, & Co., warehousemen, Glasgow. Acceptor or Promiser: William Fry, 79 Dundas Street, Glasgow.
25 March 1880: William Wilson, Raphoe, Donegal, merchant, and others, v. Andrew Porter, Carrickadawson, farmer
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Wilson, High Team Farm, Teams, near Gateshead, gardener, in favour of North Eastern Loan &c. Co.; and a bill of sale by Christopher Wilson, 12 Ingham Street, Bury, saddler, in favour of Imperial Advance Co.; and a bill of sale by David Wilson, 1 King’s Square, York, tailor and draper, in favour of James F. Townend; and a bill of sale by Susannah Wilson, 4 Upper Cobden Place, Leeds, independent, in favour of National Mercantile Bank
18 August 1880: Taunton: ‘On Wednesday last the boys of St Saviour’s Home were kindly entertained at Springfield, West Monkton, by Mr James Paine, who has in many ways showed a deep interest in the welfare of this useful institution. To make the holiday more complete Mr Paine had also invited six lads from the training ship Formidable, who, by permission of Captain Nicholetts, were present, accompanied by an officer of the ship. There were beside two ‘old boys’ of the home. To convey his young guests from Taunton three wagons had been sent from Springfield, and the party reached Mr Paine’s at about half-past twelve, accompanied by the band of the 1st Somerset Light Infantry Militia (by permission of Major H. A. Adair). An abundant dinner of roast beef and plum pudding was then served and thoroughly enjoyed by the juvenile party. After the repast the lads were briefly addressed by Rev. T. Daniels, a visitor at Springfield. He mentioned that a former home boy, James Russell, had lately left the Formidable for Canada, taking with him the highest testimonial from the commanding officer. To this lad had been presented a silver watch and chain, with the inscription ‘Presented by Mr James Paine, of Springfield, Taunton, to James Russell, as a record of the high character he received from Captain Nicholetts when he left the training ship Formidable.’ During the afternoon the lads indulged in a variety of games in the meadows fronting the house; cricket, races, climbing the pole, &c., causing much amusement. A party of friends had been invited to join Mr and Mrs Paine at luncheon: the company including Dr Kelly, chairman of the St Saviour’s Home Committee; Rev. T. Daniels, M.A., rector of St Paul’s, Hulme, Manchester; Mrs T. Daniels; Rev. Gerard Unwin, of Cheddon Fitzpaine, and the Misses Unwin; Rev. V. Kinsman, vicar of St Andrew’s, Rowbarton; Rev. – Wilson; Mrs and the Misses Wilson, and Mr G. Wilson of Exeter College, Oxford. Lawn tennis was played during the afternoon. At half-past seven the boys left Springfield for home amid hearty cheers for their hospitable host and hostess, and the visit, which had been long looked forward to, will doubtless be long remembered.’
28 August 1891: For Sale: sausage machine, nearly new. Price 10/- Wilson, 13 Scale Road, Tottenham
15 June 1894: Local Yachting News, Mersey. The fine cruising yawl, Laverock, Mr H. C. Grayson, arrived in the river on Saturday afternoon, after a long passage from the south: she is at present lying off the Royal Mersey slip, as also are Medusa, yawl, 20 tons, Mr Alexander Wilson, and Hoopoe, cutter, 20 tons, Mr George Gamble. The latter vessel was under way on Saturday afternoon, following the 1-rater racing.
29 January 1904: ‘Windsor Church Lads’ Brigade. On Wednesday evening the Windsor Parish Company of the Church Lad’s Brigade assembled at the Town Hall, to give a display of gymnastics and drill and to receive medals, bars, and other prizes won by the members during the past year. The Rev. E. Adams, who has the well-being of the lads in his keeping, had made very careful arrangements, so that the many friends of the Brigade might view the drills and exercises to the best advantage. Mrs Ellison, wife of the Vicar, kindly distributed the prizes in the absence of Lady Trees Barry, who was unable to be present owing to the unfavourable state of the weather. The lads paraded at 8.30 and under the command of Colour-Sergeant Silver of the Company, and of their capable instructor Corporal Lewis, of the Coldstream Guards, went through a long series of drills and gymnastic exercises in a highly creditable manner. … The Band, under the able conductorship of Bandmaster Boulter, gave a good selection of music, and showed a great advance on former years. Before asking Mrs Ellison to distribute the awards, the Rev. E. Adams stated that Mr G. H. Peters had again defrayed the whole cost of the medals, making now four years that his generous backing up had so materially assisted the Windsor Company. … The following were the winners: 1st Class Bars – Col.-Sergt. Silver (making fourth won), Corpl. Benoit (second), Privates Brewer, Ledgley, Morse, Davis and Higgs. 1st Class Medals – Privates Charlish, Rickards and Colborne. 2nd Class Bars – Privates Wright and Barrett. 2nd Class Medal – Private J. Wilson. Pendant for 5 years’ service – Sergeant Edwards. Silver Medal – Corpl. Benoit. Drill, &c. – 1st, Squad 3 (Corpl. Benoit, Privates Wright, Elkins, Morris, Buckingham, Lane, and Fred Ray); 2nd, Squad 5 (Sergt. Edwards’s). Reward for cleaning carbines – Corpl. Benoit. … Col. Battye congratulated the lads on their drill and for the number of medals and bars that they had won. … On the proposal of Capt. Rotherham, the lads gave three hearty cheers “for the Vicar’s wife” for her kindness in presenting the medals.’
8 June 1904: Postcard to Miss M. Wilson, Porters Marsh, North Somercotes
15 October 1906: Postcard to Miss Wilson, ‘Germany Farm’, Hawkesbury, near Coventry: ‘Hope you arrived home safely last night. Kindly give my best wishes to your uncle & Aunt Ar. S’
8 February 1908: For Sale: Pea Sticks, long and short, 4d and 5d per bundle; bean rods and stakes. – Wilson, 16 St Jacob’s Place, Wincheap, Canterbury
Miss Wilson, private school, 17 St George’s Terrace, Canterbury – Half-term, March 2nd; terms moderate
23 February 1911: Postcard to Miss M. Wilson, 18 Piquet Road, Anerley: ‘My dear M. I am sending you a P.C to tell you Auntie is still of the same mind. They are both out & will be unable to answer your’s. Am just off to a all night dance Doris Will meet you 11.30 until 2.30’
31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Green Bank Hotel: Mr and Mrs Calder Hardy, Mr and Mrs Hawes, Mr and Mrs Wood, Miss Hearn, Miss Cross, Mr Percy Phillpotts, Mr N. Pawle, Mr Malcolm Pawle, Mr Keith Mackenzie, Mr and Mrs Brinkley, Misses Brinkley (2), Mr and Mrs Thomson, Mr and Mrs Robinson, Mr Wade Dalton, Mr and Mrs Bettson, Dr and Mrs Grant Wilson, Miss Stevenson, Miss Macdonald, Mr and Mrs Bosher, Mr E. L. Usher and son, Mr Dickinson, Mr Danson, Mr Corder and party (3), Mrs Provis, Mrs Barton, Mr and Mrs Rickards, Mr and Mrs and Miss Sarle, Mr and Mrs Ellison and party (4), Mr Pitcairn, Mr Van Blitz, Mr R. R. Appleby (resident)
6 August 1914: Postcard to Mrs J. Wilson, Brunswick Hotel, George Street, Hyde: ‘Dear Wife, arrived here safe at 7 o’clock. Have not got any clothes out yet. We expect going to Guernsey to morrow. Will write letter later Your loving husband Jack’
January 1915: Miss Ala Wilson, contralto, 5 Rye Hill Park, Nunhead (Tel: 1280 New Cross); Reginald Wilson, 49 Beauchamp Road, Clapham Junction (Tel: 1333 Battersea); Miss Ruby Wilson, 99 Adelaide Road, N.W. (Tel: 1222 Hampstead)
8 September 1915: Postcard to Florence Wilson, Brunswick Hotel, George Street, Hyde: ‘Wed Sept 8/9/15 From ….. Eddie With Love & xxxxx’
June 1917: ‘Once more our young people have assisted in the sale of flags, and their efforts yielded £10 18s. Under the guidance and encouragement of Mrs Dagnall, Misses Hobson, McLaren, Dagnall, Morris, Mayo, Nelson, Brown, Wilson, Wheeler, Gwilliam, Callaghan, Walton, Bamforth, Garlick, Shuffleton, Taylor, and Mrs Wood they made good use of their opportunity, and we thank them for their splendid work.’
10 September 1917: Postcard to Miss Florence Wilson, 10 Hardman Street, Blackpool: ‘Dr Baby Mr. Ellis’s little girls came this morning asking for your address I think they must be going to send you a letter Perhaps you had better send them a P.C. & Nora & Miss Methuen Johnson went with me to get shaved this morning & eat a lot of hair & it made him cough & we had to give him several drinks before he was well ….’
24 January 1920: biography of Mr Samuel Salt, formerly of Congleton, on being appointed chairman of the Birkenhead and Wirral branch of the United Kingdom Commercial Travellers’ Association. Colleagues mentioned are Councillor Webb of Birkenhead; Mr John Wilson town clerk of Congleton and Mr George Sproston, clerk to Congleton magistrates
1923: Examination Successes: Former Pupils: University of Manchester: Degree of M.Sc. – Florence V. Stephen; Degree of B.Sc. – Mona K. Davies; Second M.B. and Ch.B. Examination – Mary E. P. Mackay; Honours School of Botany – Selected Subject Chemistry – Elda Auld; Hon. School of History, Part I – Kathleen M. Hill, Hilda E. Wilson; Inter. B.Sc. – Ada Struthers, Bessie Chatterton; Inter B.A. – Marcelle W. Sugden;
November 1923: News of Old Girls: Barbara Twigge (1914) is living at home in Chapel-in-le-Frith studying singing under Mr R. H. Wilson, Mus. Bac. She is a member of the Hallé Choir
1924: C. Wilson and T. Wilson, footballers, Huddersfield Town, referred to in 1976 in a review of the club’s performance in the 1924/5 season
c1925: The Trustees of St John’s Hospital, Northampton: The Master (Rev. Canon J. R. Hussey, St Matthew’s Vicarage); Henry Butterfield Esq., J.P., Queen’s Park Parade; S. S. Campion, Esq., J.P., 3 King Edward Road; sir H. E. Randall, J.P., Monk’s Park; Christopher Smyth, Esq., J.P., Little Houghton House; G. S. Whiting, Esq., 45 East Park Parade; A. J. Chown, Esq., J.O, Fairhaven, Overstone; L. F. Cogan, Esq., J.P., 51 Sheep Street; A. G. Slinn, Esq., 102 Lower Thrift Street; C. S. Wilson, Esq., 58 Derngate; F. H. Thornton, Esq., J.P., Kingsthorpe Hall; Brig.-Gen. H. E. Stockdale, D.S.O., Sywell Hall; Col. H. Wickham, J.P., Cotterstock Hall, Peterborough; Albert E. Phipps, 4 Wood Hill, Northampton, clerk to the trustees.
July 1920: Bootham School, Summer Term 1930: List of Boys: N. John Wilson, Birmingham: Middle Senior, bedroom 10, Watson House
J. L. Wilson finished up in the Middle Senior after eight terms at Bootham. His occupation was Archæology, of which he was a curator. His diaries were entered in the inter-Schools competition.
January 1927: Candidate for family membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: W. E. Wilson, 3 Lichfield Road, Wavertree, Liverpool
5 January 1928: West Sussex: At the Chichester General Quarter Sessions before William Percival Gratwicke Boxall, esquire, K.C., chairman; Frederick Temple Barrington-Ward, esquire, K.C., deputy chairman, holden at the Court House, Chichester. Sir Edward Boyke, bart, Ockham, Salehurst, Sussex, high sheriff; Arthur W. Farndell, esquire, 87 High Street, Lewes, and 24 Bedford Row, London W.C.1, under sheriff; Walter Charles Stephenson Chapman, esquire, 24 Bedford Row, London W.C.1, deputy sheriff; S. Thornely, County Hall, Chichester, clerk of the peace; E. Winter, governor, His Majesty’s Prison, Portsmouth. Prisoner: Irene Wilson, aged 20, factory hand. Previous conviction: Bound over, Petty Sessions, Hove Borough, 20 October 1927 (larceny). Committed from Shoreham-by-Sea, 12 December 1927 (on remand). Offence: In the night of 8 December 1927, at Lancing, burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Ernest Howard Rollings and stealing 1 bottle of rum the property of Potter, Barley & Co., Ltd. Tried before F. T. Barrington Ward, esquire, K.C., 5 January 1928. Plea: Guilty. Order of the Court: Bound over in £5 (with 2 sureties in £5 each) to come up for judgment within 12 calendar months (Probation of Offenders Acts).
July 1930: Old Scholars’ Football Tour in Denmark. The party consisted of: B. A. Eyres, A. Whitaker, W. Seddon, K. Sumner, A. W. Edmundson, R. D. L. Moore, R. B. Gillett, H. J. Dyson, A. L. Wilson, P. B. Gibbs, G. Heyhoe and D. Gray:
1 April 1931: Members and officers of Forest Ward ‘A’ Women’s Conservative Association mentioned in the report of a meeting: Miss Wilson;
Urban council elections: Huthwaite: candidates: J. Davies, F. C. Sowter, A. Wilson, T. Goodall, J. Peters, D. D. Bonser, N. Betts, J. Iball, W. E. Hancock, W. Clarke, E. H. Lowe, H. A. Simpson, J. Potter, J. G. Wright, S. Allcock, A. Farnsworth, C. H. Coupe, W. B. Fidler, V. Henton, J. E. Towers, J. Slack, A. O. Tomlinson, A. Dicken, S. Speed, W. Parkin, F. Wilson, F. H. Leah, J. W. Gent, G. W. Dobb.
January 1932: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: N. Wilson, 30 Langshaw Street, Old Trafford.
July 1934: Swimming. The Swimming Sports were held in the Portland Baths, on Wednesday, July 11th, 1934. ‘The Referee was Mr J. Wilson; the Judges were Miss Warren, Mrs Knight (nee Gladys Elliott), Mr Roger; the Starter, Mr A. V. Palmer, to all of whom we tender our sincere thanks.’
15 December 1935: The following candidates were confirmed at the parish church by the bishop of St Albans on Sunday, December 15th: Boys and Men: Ivor Latimer Cumming Blackwell, Bernard Brown, Kenneth Charles Depledge, George Albert Augustus Gough, Percier Raymond Hill, Peter William Neilson, Arthur William Newman, Arthur William John Pease, Arthur Waller, Joseph Pitcher, Clarence William Sale, Benjamin James Wenman, and David Forester Wilson.
24 June 1942: June Wilson, aged 12, Kippax Lodge, Babworth, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. General Theatres Corporation, Ltd: Brighton Hippodrome. – Delia and Pearl, Bobbie Kimber, Henry Hall and his Orchestra, Mariora, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, Peter Waring, Scott Sanders.
November 1946: Report in The Northamptonshire Farmers’ Journal of the Executive Committee of the Northamptonshire branch of the National Farmers’ Union, naming these officers and members: Mr C. E. North (County Chairman), Major J. C. Grant-Ives, C.C. (Vice-Chairman), Mr Vincent Everard (National Delegate), Mr C. E. Wright (County Secretary), Mr Turner (president of the N.F.U.), Mr H. R. Overman, Mr E. J. Barnwell, Mr E. A. Turney, Mr A. R. Heygate, Mr H. Minors, Mr B. L. Higgs, Mr D. E. Hutchinson, Mr J. T. Jones, Mr R. H. Parsons, Mr H. T. F. Weston, Mr G. J. Thompson, Mr H. L. Parker, Mr G. Hone, Mr H. M. Wilson (the newly-appointed Flax Growers’ representative), and Mr S. K. Spokes.
1947: Myrna Wilson enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
28 January 1948: John Wilson, tuba, and H. Wilson, percussion, London Philharmonic Orchestra
3 May 1948: Myrna Wilson, 103 Hallcroft Road, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
2 June 1951: Advertisement: D. T. Wilson & Sons Ltd, removals, Arbroath and Montrose. Phone 2071
Advertisement: D. T. Wilson & Sons Ltd, auctioneers, 99 High Street, Arbroath (Phone 2071), 116 High Street, Montrose, Carnoustie (Phone 2321). Auction at Marketgate, Arbroath, of furniture of the late Mrs Josephine Carlyle, 2 Addison Place, Arbroath.
Advertisement: D. T. Wilson & Sons Ltd, Arbroath and Montrose. Phone Arbroath 2071
The following elders were ordained at the forenoon service in Inverbrothock Church on Sunday – Mr William Anderson, Mr Charles Donaldson, Mr Robert Chapman, Mr J. E. Dutch, Mr J. Edgar and Mr T. R. Hill; and Mr T. Wilson, already ordained, was admitted to the eldership of the congregation. The Reverend J. H. Dutch officiated at the service.
12 June 1951: H. E. Wilson, soprano, and A. C. Wilson, G. Wilson, M. Wilson and O. M. Wilson, contraltos, and A. E. Wilson, bass, The Alexandra Choir
15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mrs Emma Wilson and William Wilson, 10 Marson Avenue, Woodlands, Yorkshire; and against James Wilson, 37 Bewholme Grove, Hull, foreman bricklayer; and against Parmenious Wilson the younger, 15 Morley Estate, Knottingley
15 April 1953: Bill of sale by Bertie Wilson, 3 Gray Terrace, Chester-le-Street, bus conductor, in favour of James Wright (Financiers) Ltd
17 July 1954: Mrs S. H. Wilson, 77 Stainburn Drive, Leeds 7, invites Mr D. Lister to the marriage of her daughter Isabel Jean to Mr Derek Barton at St John’s church, Moor Allerton
4 October 1963: Jack Wilson, timpani, percussion, Covent Garden Orchestra;
Derek Wilson, box office manager, Royal Opera House
28 March 1970: Belle Vue Speedway, Manchester: Belle Vue v. Glasgow, and Player’s No 6 Trophy Races. ‘Coventry promotor Charles Ochiltree was elected Chairman of the British Speedway Promoters’ Association at their annual conference. Other members of the Committee are Messrs R. W. Greene, M.B.E. (Vice-Chairman); R. A. V. Fearman, C. R. Foot and M. Parker. Mr Fearman heads the Division Two Committee which also includes Messrs J. Fearnley (Vice-Chairman), W. Bridgett, W. Mawdsley and R. R. Wilson, with Messrs D. Oliver and L. G. Silver as deputies.’
12 April 1971: Bev Wilson, footballer, Stockport County
26 June 1971: Advertisement: 1st International Speedway Match, 1971 Series: England v. Sweden: Wolverhampton Speedway, Friday, 2nd July, 8.00 p.m. Wilson, Betts, Boocock, Kilby, etc. [v.] Michanek, Sjosten, Persson, Nygren, etc. Monmore Green Stadium, Wolverhampton
‘The Svemofed racers, who include Anders Michanek, Bernt Persson, Bengt Jansson, Soren Sjosten, line up at Monmore Green next Friday (2nd July) against an England side led by Nigel [Boocock]. The full team for the Wolverhampton clash: Nigel, Ray Wilson, Bob Kilby, Terry Betts, Roy Trigg, Norman Hunter and Howard Cole.’
3 November 1988: British Visitor’s Passport for Mrs Mary Charmian Wilson, Priory Cottage, 13 Park Lane, Reigate, born 13 April 1937 in Kensington
c1990: Mary (Sister) & Gay Wilson, Priory Cottage, Park Lane, Reigate RH2 8JX ; D. B. Wilson (Amanda Booth), 17 Harlow Court, Wray Common Road, Redhill; Meryl & Anthony Wilson (A. A. Wilson), Bedruthan, 9 Carlton Road, Redhill RG1 2BY. Anthony’s last message on Xmas card 2005: “Pam — Live near, seldom see, but always best wishes!! (Not only at Christmas ime!!!!)”; Cindy Wilson (Peter Jones) (Stephen) (Steve Adams), 24 Tilers Way, Reigate RH2 7PL; Cindy Peter Jones, 45 St Johns, Redhill RH1 6QE; 39 St Johns RH1 6QE; Tim Wilson Louise Prior, Widgety Cottage, 6 Jubilee Terrace, Middle Street, Brockham RH3 7JG; Tim & Tiffany, 1 Outer Cottage, Thorncroft Drive, Leatherhead KT22 8JD; Vivien Wilson (Nick & Olivia), 10 Jennys Way, Netherne-on-the-Hill, Coulsdon CR5 1RP ; Gay Wilson’s accountant: Dick Green, Tiffin Green (Chartered Accountants) 11 Queens Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4HE
[Birthday list:] Cindy Wilson 18 February [Birthday list:] Carlo Wilson 3 March [Birthday list:] Mary Wilson 13 April
[Birthday list:] Gay Wilson 8 September [Birthday list:] Shauna Wilson 23 November
21 October 1991: Payment of £1530 to Miss L. G. Wilson, Priory Cottage Flat, 13 Park Lane, Reigate, by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. 21 October 1991
1994: Neill Wilson, holistic therapy healer
5 October 2003: Michael Wilson, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad
12 October 2003: Michael Wilson, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad
16 November 2003: Michael Wilson, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad