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Hi, my name is John Wilmot, obviously. This blog was created to share the many notes and documents I gather in the course of my personal research. My emphasis is on presenting documents. This is not meant to be a finished genealogy of any particular family, just an effort to share information.

My father’s ancestors were Southern — from the Southeastern United States — and were English and Scottish immigrants to colonial Virginia, with later generations migrating to the Carolinas, then eventually to northeast Georgia.

Paternal ahentafel located here: https://johnwilmot.wordpress.com/ahentafel-paternal/

Paternal surname list located here: https://johnwilmot.wordpress.com/paternal-surname-list/

My mother’s ancestors were Mexican — Spanish, African, and Mesoamerican indigenous peoples who migrated to the northern Mexican frontier states of Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas, eventually settling to Hidalgo County, Texas.

Maternal ahentafel located here: https://johnwilmot.wordpress.com/ahentafel-maternal/

Maternal surname list located here: https://johnwilmot.wordpress.com/maternal-surname-list/



Published on November 16, 2007 at 4:36 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Dear Mr. Wilmot,

    The strangest thing, I am of Mexican descent and my great-grandfather’s last name was also Wilmot. I recently moved to Virginia for new emplyoment, and was pleased to find out that I may have, in a roundabout way, come back “full circle.”

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