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In 1865, John James Wilson purchased a 60+ acre farm in Macedon, New York, and moved his parents, his brother Mitchell Neville, and his sister, Anne Jane there where Mitchell established a fruit business.
 
In 1865, John James Wilson purchased a 60+ acre farm in Macedon, New York, and moved his parents, his brother Mitchell Neville, and his sister, Anne Jane there where Mitchell established a fruit business.
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[[File:wilson_farm_macedon.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Wilson Homstead ca. 1907]]

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In 1865, John James Wilson purchased a 60+ acre farm in Macedon, New York, and moved his parents, his brother Mitchell Neville, and his sister, Anne Jane there where Mitchell established a fruit business.

Wilson Homstead ca. 1907