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Wilson

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Wilson

 

The Irish surname of Wilson can trace it's roots to the sixteenth and seventeenth century the surname was greatly increased in Ulster by the thousands of Scottish settlers and as a result of this settlement it is the most common Surname in Northern Ireland. The surname itself was ultimately derived from the personal name William, and means "son of William" or "son of Wil."