Note: July 5, 1873: Thomas W. Wilson was admitted to the membership of First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina. Dismissed to Wilmington, North Carolina on July 5, 1874. A History of Rome and Floyd County: Anecdotes and Reminiscences, p. 290-91. "... Woodrow Wilson was born Dec. 28, 1856, at Staunton, Va., hence was 26 years old in 1882, when Judge George Hillyer, of Atlanta, and others signed his license to practice his profession in that city, shortly before he paid a visit to Rome. Judge Hillyer is authority for the statement that Mr. Wilson first practiced a short time in the Central building, southwest corner of E. Alabama and S. Pryor Streets, and then on Marietta Street near the southeast corner of N. Forsyth, where the Ivan Allen-Marshall Co. office supply store is now located, and in the second story. At this latter place he was in partnership with Edward J. Renick, later assistant secretary of state in President Cleveland's second administration, and still later special legal representative of the banking concern of Coudert Brothers. He had graduated at princeton University in 1879 and in law at the University of Virginia in 1880, and after the usual prelimineries of private study a committee examined him two hours in the Fulton County Superior Court and decided he was well qualified. Attorney Gadsden, of South Carolina, was chairman of the bar committee, and Judge Hillyer was a member of it. ..." 1900 U.S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, Princeton township, Princeton borough, Ward 1, 2 June 1900, p. 183B, ED 53, Sheet 3, line 88, 50 Library Place, #63-69: Wilson, WoodrowHeadW M Dec 1856 43 M-15VA OH ENGProfessor of Jurisprudence O-M-H Ellen L.wifeW F May 1860 40 M-15 3-3GA GA GA MargaretdauW F Apr. 1886 15 SGA VA GAat school Jessica W.dauW F Aug. 1887 12 SGA VA GA at school Eleanor R.dauW F Oct. 1889 10 SCT VA GAat school Howe, Ann W.sisterW F Sept. 1853 46 Wd 4-3VA OH ENG AnnenieceW F Mar. 1891 9 SSC SC VAat school GeorgenephewW M Oct. 1876 23 SSC SC VATeacher Bohm, ClaraservantW F Feb. 1848 52 SPrussia P PGoverness immigrated 1898 McLaughlin, AnneservantW F Mar. 1874 26 SNJ IRE IREservant Foley, MargaretservantW F Sept. 1860 39 SNJ IRE IREservant 1910 U.S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, Princeton borough, Ward 1, 22 Apr. 1910, p. 19, ED 41, Sheet 11A, line 36, Prospect, [no house or family number given] Wilson, WoodrowHeadM W 53 M1-25VA OH ENGPresident-University R-H Ellen A.wifeF W 49 M1-25GA GA GA 3-3none Margaret W.dauF W 24 SGA VA GAnone Jessie W.dauF W 22 SGA VA GAnone Eleanor R.dauF W 20 SCT VA GAnone Axson, Margaret R.sister-in-law F W 28 SGA GA GAnone Fletcher, Lloyd R.servantM B 37 SVA VA VAbutler-house Shultz, KatherineservantF W 23 SHungary-H-Hmaidimmigrated 1907 Veransy, MaryservantF W 23 SIRE IRE IREwaitress-house immigrated 1904 1920 U.S. Census, District of Columbia, Washington city, Ward 7, 15 Jan 1920, ED 51, Sheet 7A, p. 168, line 12, Pennsylvania Avenue NW, White House, #79-129: Wilson, WoodrowHead-RM W 63 MVA OH ENGPresident-United States Edith B.wifeF W 47 MVA VA VAnone Margaret W.dauF W 38 SGA VA GAnone Wynne, CatherineservantF W 48 S 1905-alIRE IRE IREmaid Nelson, Jennie O.servantF W 46 S 1904-alNOR NOR NORcook Deane?, MarieservantF W 29 S 1904-alENG IRE ENGcook Larsen, SigridservantF W 34 S 1901-nat-1914 SWE SWE SWE cook Caez?, JosephineservantF W 25 S 1911-al___ ITL ITLmaid Jaffary, ElizabethservantF W 47 WdUS ENG ENGhousekeeper
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