Other suns: Illinois.

Per available evidence, Wilson County migrants to Illinois landed overwhelmingly in Chicago.

  • Cotton, James A., Chicago, bef. 1900
  • Ward Robinson, Mattie L., Danville (from Tennessee), between 1900 and 1910
  • Ward Artis Biggers Hanks, Minerva, Chicago (from Indianapolis), between 1916 and 1920.
  • Best, Elijah, Chicago, bef. 1920.
  • Bowser, Russell L., Chicago, bef. 1920 (previously Washington, D.C.)
  • Scarborough James, Ida, Chicago, bef. 1927.
  • Bowser, Astor B., Chicago (from White Plains, N.Y.), between 1928 and 1930.
  • Fields, Rupert, Chicago, bef. 1929.
  • Ellis, Samuel, Chicago, bef. 1930.
  • Horn, Thomas, Chicago, bef. 1930.
  • Woodard, James H., Chicago, bef. 1930.
  • James, Babe, Chicago, bef. 1932.
  • Wilkins Bass, Mary Della, Cairo, between 1935 and 1940.
  • Jackson, Joseph S., Chicago, 1939.
  • Hunt, Robert W., Chicago, bef. 1940.
  • Reddick, William, Chicago, bef. 1940.
  • Wilkins Bass, Mary Della, Cairo, bef. 1940.
  • Ayers, Robert, East Saint Louis, bef. 1942.
  • Bynum, Hurel, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Bowser, Thomas F., Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Finley, Nelson, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Fulford, Albert, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Harper, James, Olive Branch, bef. 1942.
  • Hawkins, Oscar, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Jackson, Walter, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Joiner, General W., Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Langston, Farris, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Mercer, William, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Moore, Alfred, Chicago, bef, 1942.
  • Pitts, William, Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Taylor, Howard, Champaign, bef. 1942.
  • Watson, William H., Chicago, bef. 1942.
  • Williams, Walter A., Chicago, bef. 1942.

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