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Wilson Family Cemetery
Georgetown, Sussex County, Delaware

22700 Park Avenue, Georgetown, Delaware

Lat: 39° 41' 01"N, Lon: 75° 20' 36"W

Contributed by Ernest H Wilson, Sep 23, 2007, last edited Jul 24, 2010 [ehwilson65@aol.com]. Total records = 7.

In Georgetown travel east on E Market Street, turn right or south onto Park Street and continue to the intersection with Springfield Road. The road to the cemetery will be about 1/3 mile further on the east or left side of the road, approximately 300 yards on S.E side of Park Avenue in open field, Across from main entrance to Sussex County fire fighting school.

This is a small family cemetery which is on the private property of Mrs. Betty Truitt & family. The cemetery is directly behind her home. Permission should be granted from the land owner to visit this cemetery.

The Wilson Cemetery is 20 feet by 40 feet, with a two and one half foot stone wall around the perimeter. Tombstones are legible. Since my visit the family has cleaned out the cemetery and it is now in good condition.

I visited and walked this cemetery in August of 2007. This includes all existing and legible stones and markers found at that time.

- Ernest H Wilson

Wilson, Albert, b. 13 Dec 1873, d. no date
Wilson, Annie, b. 25 Aug 1852, d. 12 Jan 1928, wife of George
Wilson, Elzie, d. 29 May 1864, age: 69 years
Wilson, George, b. 2 May 1822, d. 22 Mar 1910
Wilson, Mary Eliza, b. 15 Feb 1849, d. 14 Feb 1875, wife of Thomas Wilson
Wilson, Mary, d. 14 Dec 1859, age: 73 years, wife of Elzie
Wilson, Sarah A., b. 17 Nov 1840, d. 12 Jun 1868, wife of George

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