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  • ID: I168
  • Name: Sara Makemie
  • Sex: F
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • Note: “During the Revolution, Sarah Makemie Wilson, lived in what is known as the Sugaw Creek section of Mecklenburg County, a few miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina. Her widowed sister, Martha Makemie Jackson, and her little son, Andrew, lived
  • Note: in what is yet known as the Waxhaw section of Union County, near the South Carolina border, about 20 miles distant. During the British invasion of the Waxhaw section, the widow Jackson and her little son, an only child, were refugees and became
  • Note: guests in the home of the widow Wilson.”
  • Note:
  • Note: SOURCE: Genealogy of the Families of Miles and Mary Means Lemmond and of their Brothers and Sisters by Marcus Monroe Lemond 1937.



    Father: George Makemie b: 1734 in Waxhaw, Union County, North Carolina, USA
    Mother: Margaret Anne Hutchinson b: ABT 1730 in North Carolina, USA

    Marriage 1 Robert Wilson b: in England
      Children
      1. Has Children John Makemie Wilson b: 1770 in Meckenburg County, North Carolina, USA
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