BERNARD WILSON

Bernard Wilson graduated from the University of Phoenix, Tucson, AZ.  Now he releases his third book, The Black Residents of Tucson and Their Achievements, 1860-1900; A Reference Guide.  After researching his own family genealogy, over the last thirty-one years, he began what might be his best book.  He has used the services of Family Tree DNA and African American Ancestry DNA to confirm his traditional family research documentation.  The DNA test confirmed his two previous publications.  Bernard is a genealogist and belongs to several genealogical associations:

·    ARK-LA-TEX Genealogical Association Inc. of Louisiana

·    Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society-Tucson

Editor of “The Digger” a bi-monthly publication by the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society-Tucson

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1.   Anderson, James                                    

   2.   Berry, Jonas

   3.   Bostick, Samuel                      

   4.   Box, Wiley & Hannah

   5.   Conley Jr., Henry    

  6.   Embers, Charles

  7.   Gordon, Hattie            

  8.   Grant, Thomas

  9.   Greenfield, Herbert              

10.   Harrison, Luke

11.   Hill, Tobias C.             

12.   Jenkins, William E.

13.   Johnson, Ella          

14.   Johnson, Maggie

15.   Lee, Mary            

16.   Mitchell, Trinidad

17.   Neal, William        

18.   Ransom, Charley

19.   Ransom, Henry

20.   Slaughter, Steve

21.   Stanwood, Edward

22.   Starbottle, I--y

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Harrison, Lucretia

Harrison, Angelita

Hill, Carrie

Hill, Bertie

Jones, George

Smith, Louis

Smith, Lizzie

Woodley, Richard

Woodside, ---