William Wright Collins and Selina Hibbert, Immigrants
and some of their Descendants
Third Generation

ALICE SELINA3 COLLINS (Henry2, William1) was born at Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island, on 24 June 1877, a daughter of Henry Collins and his wife Elizabeth Hollingworth. She died at Yonkers, Westchester County, New York, on 30 January 1939. She married at Central Falls, Providence County, on 25 April 1899 PHILIP WHITWELL WILSON. He was born at Kendal, Westmorland, England, between April to June 1875, a son of Isaac Wilson and his wife Anne Bagster. He died at New York City, New York, on 6 June 1956. Philip married second at New York City with a license issued on 24 May 1944 MARY ELIZABETH CROSS, who died on 1951. Philip married third, on 1954, HELENE DEBRISCO.[1]

Alice Collins grew up in Pawtucket, the third of four children of Henry Collins, a successful mechanic who made machines for the textile industry.

Philip Wilson grew up in Kendal, the tenth of ten children; his father was forty-two years old, his mother thirty-six when Philip was born. Philip's father, Isaac Wilson, was a successful woolen manufacturer; in 1871 he employed 137 men, 171 women and 46 children; their household also included three servants.[2] When Philip was five years old his father died, at the age of forty-eight. The family was reported in the 1881 Census at 1 Kent Terrace, Kendal, as follows:[3]

Name Relation M.S. Sex Age Occupation Birthplace
Ann Wilson head widow F 42 annuitant London
John J. Wilson son Unmarried M 19 apprenticed to woolen trade Westmorland, Kendal
Horace B. Wilson son Unmarried M 18 apprenticed to woolen trade Westmorland, Kendal
Theodora W. Wilson daughter Unmarried F 16 scholar Westmorland, Kendal
Anthony Wilson son Unmarried M 9 scholar Westmorland, Kendal
Mary W. Wilson daughter Unmarried F 8 scholar Westmorland, Kendal
Philip W. Wilson son Unmarried M 5 scholar Westmorland, Kendal
Florence Bagster sister, visitor Unmarried F 35 London, Kentish Town
Ellen Bayliss servant Unmarried F 41 cook, domestic service Westmorland, Fairbank
Alice Knight servant Unmarried F 27 housemaid, domestic service Westmorland, Miluthorpe
Sarah A. Gill servant Unmarried F 24 nurse, domestic service Westmorland, Bowness

Philip's brother, Norman Wilson, age 12, lived with an uncle and aunt, Frank Wilson, 28, woolen manufacturer, and Edith Wilson, 30, sister to Frank. Also in the household was a visitor, Anna Marie Livingstone, 22,[4] daughter of the missionary and explorer David Livingstone, and four servants. I have not found Philip's brother George or sister Anna in this census.

Philip evidently continued to be raised by extended family. The 1891 Census reported Philip Wilson, 15, at Kendal, living with an unmarried aunt, Sarah Wilson, 55. Also in the household were two of Sarah's nieces, Eleanor and Rachel Wilson, who were born in Tasmania, and three servants.[5] Of Philip's siblings, John, 29, had married in 1883, was engaged in woolen manufacturing, and with his wife was a visitor in the home of Katherine Pease, Darlington, Durham, England.[6] Horace, 28, a medical student, lived in the household reported next to Philip's; Horace was called a nephew of Charles and Susanna Braithwaite.[7] George, 27, and Anthony, 19, were listed as visitors in the home of Richard and Sarah Bolton, of London. George was a solicitor, Anthony a publisher.[8] Norman, 21, a civil engineering student, boarded in the lodging house of Agnes Philipson in Kendal.[9] I have not located the other siblings in this census.

Philip Wilson attended Clare College of Cambridge University. As an undergraduate he was president of the Cambridge Union Society,[10] a historic debating society at the University.

Alice Collins and Philip Wilson married in Rhode Island in 1899. How did these two persons from different continents meet? We can only speculate. Two years before their marriage, Alice's brother Elijah Collins had married Philip's cousin Lilian Bagster. Perhaps they met at the wedding? After marriage, Philip and Alice lived in England.

Philip Wilson had a long and productive career as a journalist and author. After graduating from Cambridge he worked for the London Daily News for twenty-one years, first as their parliamentary correspondent, then as their American correspondent.[11] When the Russian Social Democratic Party held its third congress in London, from 22 April to 10 May, 1905, Philip and Alice Wilson had as a house guest Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.[12] Philip served in Parliament as a Liberal from 1906 to 1910.[13]

The family came to America on the Royal George, leaving Liverpool on 10 February 1919, and arriving at New York on 23 February. The ship's manifest reported the family as follows:[14]

Line Name Age Sex M.S. Occupation Nationality Last residence Closest relative in country departing from
19. Wilson, Philip W. 44 y 10 m M M journalist G. Britain England, London Sister, Lady Mary Hope Simpson, Bank of Liverpool
20. Wilson, Alice Selina 41 y 7 m F M wife G. Britain England, London
21. Wilson, Oliver W. 17 y 10 m M S student G. Britain England, London
22. Wilson, David Alan 1 y 5 m M S G. Britain England, London
23. Wilson, Theodora W. 14 y 1 m F S student G. Britain England, London
24. Wilson, Elizabeth 5 y F S G. Britain England, London
25. Wilson, Christopher 3 y M S G. Britain England, London

Philip Wilson came to America as the American correspondent for the London Daily Mail. The family settled into a home in the Spurytown-Duryvil section of the Bronx, New York City. From 1925 to 1949 he was a writer for the New York Times.[15]

As a journalist and author, Philip has left an extensive paper trail. The books he authored include the following:

Several of these works have been reprinted, and some are still available. Clearly, Philip Wilson's interests were widely dispersed. He wrote on religious subjects, political subjects, biographies of persons he admired, and his last three books were mystery novels.

The writer of his obituary described Philip Wilson as: "one of the last survivors of that disappearing breed, the Edwardian Liberal."[16] Wilson's writings place him clearly in that school of thought which in Europe was called Religious Socialism and in the United States was called the Social Gospel. In The Christ We Forget, He cites John the Baptist's teachihg in Luke 3:11 and states:

In one sentence, John summed up what we call Socialism, as if, living at a distance, he could see this planet as a whole--a common heritage, granted by the Creator to our race, so that, in forest and field and mine and factory, there is enough, but no more than enough, to supply the needs of man's ever-more-abundant life. Whence it follows that a superfluity in some homes means that in others the people are less well fed than they ought to be, and less well clothed and taught and washed and healed when they are ill, because tha balance is disturbed--the world is out of joint.
If, as a nation, we had followed John's teaching, and spent on missions what we now have to spend on war, who knows what guarantees of peace and justice we might not have established in the world?
[17]

This web page contains much more information about Philip than about Alice, but she contributed in some way to his work. Philip Wilson dedicated The Christ We Forgot to Alice:

A Gift to my Wife, to Whose Patient and Forbeariong Devotion under Providence, is due Whatever of Faith and Hope and Love may be discernable in these pages. [18]

Daughter Theodora Wilson became engaged to Denzil Bagster-Collins about 1924-5.[19] The marriage did not follow, probably because of their close relationship. Theodora and Denzil were first cousins, both being grandchildren of Henry and Elizabeth Collins. They were also first cousins once removed, both being great granchildren of Jonathan and Nancy Bagster. To put it another way: Each person has eight biological great grandparents. Theodora and Denzil shared six great grandparents in common.

Theodora married in 1927, Oliver married in 1929. The 1930 Census reported the Philip Wilson family at 672 West 230th Street, the Bronx, as follows:

Line Name Related Sex Race Age MS B FB MB Occupation
1. Wilson, Philip W. head M W 54 M England England England writer, books, newspaper
2. Wilson, Alice S. wife F W 52 M RI England England none
3. Wilson, Elizabeth Mary daughter F W 17 S England England RI none
4. Wilson, Christopher son M W 14 S England England RI none
5. Wilson, David Alan son M W 12 S England England RI none
6. Collins, Elizabeth mother-in-law F W 82 Wd England England England none
7. Meahan. Minnie A. servant F W 21 S Irish Free State Irish Free State Irish Free State cook, private family
8. Meahan, Elizabeth servant F W 24 S Irish Free State Irish Free State Irish Free State servant, provate family,

This census record also indicated that Alice owned their home, valued at $25,000; the three children all attended school; Philip first came to America in 1917, the children in 1919, mother-in-law Elizabeth Collins in 1847, and ther servants in 1928 and 1927, respectively.[20] Son Oliver, 28, lived in Yonkers with his wife Marjorie, 20; he was an architect for an architectural firm.[21] Daughter Theodora, 25, lived on Manhattan with her husband, Henry B. McCurdy, 34. He was salesman for a publisher, a veteran of the Great War, born in Kansas.[22] Their household included two roomers.

Mother Elizabeth (Hollingworth) Collins died in 1932. Daughter Elizabeth married in 1938. Alice (Collins) Wilson died in 1939; her death was noted in the Yonkers Herald Statesman:[23]

Mrs. Alice Selina Wilson Dies; Husband Is Former British M.P.
Spuyten Duyvil Resident Victim at 61 of Heart Disease--Had Been Ill Only Short Time-- Services to be Held Tomorrow at Riverside Church

Mrs. Alce Selina Wilson of Independence Avenue and West 227th St., Spuyten Duyvil, wife of Philip Whitwell Wilson, author and former member of the British House of Commons, died last night at St. John's Riverside Hospital, Yonkers, after a short illness with a heart ailment. She was sixty-one.

Born in Pawtucket, R. I., June 24, 1877, a daughter of the late Henry and Elizabeth Collins, she was married to Mr. Wilson April 25, 1899. She had resided at Spuyten Duyvil for 19 years.

She was a member of the Shakespeare Club and Riverside Presbyterian Church.

Surviving besides her husband, who is a special writer and book reviewer for the New York Times, she is survived by three sons, Oliver, of Yonkers, and Christopher and David Alan, of Spuyten Duyvil; two daughters, Mrs. Theodora B. McCurdy of New York City, and Mrs. Elizabeth M. W. White of Mount. Vernon; and three grandchildren. . . .

I have not found Philip Wilson in the 1940 Census. Oliver Wilson, 37, and his wife Marjorie, 30, were living with her parents, George and Gladys Jenkins, in Yonkers. Oliver was an architect working in a patent attorney's office. The family included their son, Robert, 6, as well as two siblings of Marjorie.[24] Theodora and Henry McCordy lived on Manhattan; Henry was a publisher for a publishing concern. They had two sons, Martin, 9, and David, 4. Their household also included Lillian Bullock, maid, Negro, 20, and attending college.[25] Daughter Elizabeth, 27, lived at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, with her husband George White, 27, a salesman of weather stripping.[26] Son Christopher, 25, lived on Manhattan with his wife Margaret Ryan Wilson, 23. He was statistician for an insurance company; she did research for a radio firm.[27] A David Wilson, 21, born in England, lived at Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut, but I am not certain this is the son of Philip and Alice.

Philip Wilson died in 1956, as reported in the New York Times:[28]

P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies;
Ex-Times Writer Had Been M.P.

Philip Whitwell Wilson, author and journalist who was well known to readers of the Sunday edition of the New York Times for more than two decades under his by-line of P. W. Wilson, died yesterday in his apartment at the Kimberly Hotel, Broadway and Seventy-fourth Street. His age was 81. He retired from The Times in 1949.

Mr. Wilson was one of the last survivors of that disappearing breed, the Edwardian Liberal. He sat as a Liberal member of Parliament for South St. Pancras, Wales, from 1906 to 1910. He introduced the first unemployed workmen's compensation bill into the House of Commons.

He was born in Kendall, Westmorland, in the lake country of England. His father was a justice of the peace, and his family had resided there since the eleventh century. He studied at Clare College, Cambridge, and was president of the Cambridge Union Society as an undergraduate.

After leaving Cambridge he joined the staff of The London Daily News, with which he remained for twenty-one years. He served as its Parliamentary correspondent and subsequently as its American correspondent.

While carrying on his journalistic and political career, Mr. Wilson still found time to writer extensively on religious topics.

He came to this country during World War I. He covered such important news assignments as the Washington Naval Disarmament Conference of 1921 for the London Daily News. Mr. Wilson also lectured widely here, and contributed many articles and book reviews to the Sunday feature section of The Times.

His association with The Times was placed on a more permanent basis in 1925, when he joined the Sunday Department as a special writer. Since then he had written hundreds of Sunday feature articles and book reviews.

He also wrote, "Is Christ Possible?", 1932; "The Romance of the Calendar," 1937; "Life of Evangeline Booth," 1938, and "Newtopia," 1941. Later he turned to the writing of mystery novels. "Bride's Castle," "Black Tarn," and "The Old Mill" were in this category.

His first wife, the former Alice Collins, died in 1939. Five years later he married Miss Mary Elizabeth Cross, then picture librarian of The Times. She died in 1951.

He leaves his third wife, Helene, whom he married in 1954; three sons, Oliver W., Christopher W. and Dr. David A. W. Wilson, and two daughters, Mrs. Henry McCurdy and Mrs. George D. White, all by his first marriage.

Alice Collins and her husband Philip Wilson had the following children:

  1. OLIVER WHITWELL4 WILSON b. at Staines, Middlesex, on 19 April 1901; d. at Arlington, virginia, on 30 March 1978; m. at Yonkers on 22 June 1929 MARJORIE J. JENKINS, b. at New York City on 16 May 1909, d. on 31 October 2002, last residence: Chevy Chase, Montgomery County, Maryland.[29] Child of Oliver and Marjorie:
    1. Robert Wilson b. at Yonkers on 16 September 1933, d. on 19 November 2004, last residence: Chevy Chase.[30]
  2. THEODORA WHITWELL4 WILSON b. at Holborn, London, on 26 December 1904; d. at Ramsey County, Minnesota, on 4 June 1992; m. at Bronx County, New York, on 8 June 1927 HENRY B. McCURDY, b. at Kansas on 4 July 1895, d. on 17 June 1984, last residence: Tumacacori, Santa Cruz County, Arizona.[31] Children of Theodora and Henry:[32]
    1. Martin B. McCurdy b. at New York City on 15 November 1930.
    2. David W. McCurdy b. at New York City on 30 September 1935.
  3. PHILIP WHITWELL4 WILSON b. at Holborn between October-December 1906; d. at Hendon, Middlesex, between April-June 1911.[33]
  4. ELIZABETH MARY WHITWELL4 WILSON b. at Hendon about January 1913; m. at Bronx County on 9 May 1938 GEORGE WHITE, b. at New York about 1912-3.[34]
  5. CHRISTOPHER4 WILSON b. at Hendon between October-December 1915; m. at New York City on 17 May 1939 MARGARET RYAN, b. at New Jersey about 1916-7.[35]
  6. DAVID ALAN4 WILSON b. at England about June 1917.[36]


NOTES

1Rhode Island Town Clerks, "Rhode Island, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1630-1945," digital images, Family Search (familysearch.org : accessed 21 January 2021), Pawtucket Births 1877 , Alice Collins; Marriages Pawtucket 1899; Wilson-Collins. "Mrs. Alice Selina Wilson Dies; Husband is Former British M.P.," Herald Statesman (Yonkers, New York), 31 January 1939; online images, Newspapers+ (newspapers.com : accessed 4 February 2021). p. 2. United Kingdom General Register Office, Southport, England, "England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," database, Find My Past (findmypast.com : accessed 5 February 2021), v. 10B, p. 728, e. 220; Philip Whitwell Wilson. "P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies; Ex-Times Writer Had Been M. P.," obituary, The New York (New York) Times, 7 June 1956; New York Times (nytimes.com : accessed 7 March 2021). p. 31. New York City Municipal Archives; New York, New York "New York, New York, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-2018," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 March 2021), 1944, Wilson-Cross; 1954, Wilson-Dobrisco.
2Census Returns of England and Wales, 1871, Piece: 5288; Folio: 99; Page: 33; household 188, Isaac Wilson family; digital images, The National Archives of the United Kingdom: Public Record Office, Kew, Surrey, England: Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 30 March 2021).
3Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881, Piece: 5214; Folio: 109; Page: 51; household 264, Ann Wilson family; digital image, The National Archives of the UK: Public Record Office, Kew, Surrey, England, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 30 March 2021).
4Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881, Piece: 5212; Folio: 61; Page: 16; household 82, Frank Wilson family.
5Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Piece: 4332; Folio: 59; Page: 22; household 112, Sarah Wilson family; digital images, The National Archives of the UK: Public Record Office. Kew, Surrey, England, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 1 April 2021).
6Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Piece: 4043; Folio: 74; Page: 10; household 40, Katharine Pease family.
7Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Piece: 4332; Folio: 59; Page: 22; household 111, Charles Braithwaite family.
8Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Piece: 524; Folio: 115; Page: 43; household 301, Richard Bolton family.
9Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Piece: 4333; Folio: 52; Page: 4;; household 26, Agnes Philipson family.
10"P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies; Ex-Times Writer Had Been M. P."
11Ibid.
12Alan Sargeant, "Lenin's Host in London: Philip Whitwell Wilson, M.P.," research paper in Studies in British Bolshevism, Academia (academia.edu : accessed 3 February 2021), p. 2; 9 December 2018.
13"P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies; Ex-Times Writer Had Been M. P."
14United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, "Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957," digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2021), list 3, Royal George; National Archives at Washington, D.C., Microfilm Publication T715.
15"P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies; Ex-Times Writer Had Been M. P."
16Ibid.
17Philip Whitwell Wilson, The Christ We Forget: A Life of Our Lord for Men of To-day. (London: Fleming H. Revel Company, 1917), pp. 95-96.
18Ibid., Dedication.
19Elaine Shisler Smith, History of the Family and Her Story Too: A Portrait of the Bagster-Collins Family Tree (N.p.: self published, [2010]), 39.
20Fifteenth Census of the United States: 1930, population, Bronx County, New York, enumeration district (ED) 942, p. 4A, household 14, Philip W. Wilson family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 17 March 2018); NARA microfilm record group T626; Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.
211930 Census, Yonkers, Westchester County, New York, ED 397, p. 12B, household 166, Oliver W. Wilson family.
221930 Census, Manhattan, New York County, New York, ED 66, p. 14B, household 466, Henry McCurdy family.
23"Mrs. Alice Selina Wilson Dies; Husband is Former British M.P."
24Sixteenth Census of the United States: 1940, population, Yonkers, Westchester County, New York, enumeration district (ED) 68-41, p. 11A, household 251, George Jenkins family; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 4 February 2021); NARA microfilm group T627.
251940 Census, Manhattan, New York County, New York, ED 31-133, p. 65B, household 376, Henry McCurdy family.
261940 Census, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York, ED 14-61, p. 8A, household 109, Geo. White family.
271940 Census, New York, New York County, New York, ED 31-883, p. 2B, household 80, Christopher Wilson family.
28"P. W. Wilson, Journalist, Dies; Ex-Times Writer Had Been M. P."
29United Kingdom General Register Office, Southport, England, "England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," database, Find My Past (findmypast.com : accessed 5 February 2021), v. 3A, p. 9, e. 187; Oliver Whitwell Wilson. Virginia Department of Health; Richmond, Virginia, Virginia, Deaths, 19122014, certificate 1978010291, Oliver Whitwell Wilson, 1978; digital images, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 6 February 2021). New York State Department of Health; Albany, NY, "New York State, Marriage Index, 1881-1967," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 5 February 2021), 1929 certificate 34013, Wilson-Jenkins. New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives., "New York, New York, Extracted Birth Index, 1878-190," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 April 2021), Marjorie Jenkins 1909. Social Security Administration, "U.S. Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 April 2021), Marjorie J. Wilson, 224-62-3725.
30New York State Department of Health; Albany, New York, "New York State, Birth Index, 1881-1942," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 7 March 2021), Robert W. Wilson, 1933. "U.S. Social Security Death Index", Robert A. Wilson, 109-30-1041.
31"England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," v. 1B, p. 654, e. 222; Theodora Whitwell Wilson. Minnesota Department of Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota, "Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2017," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 6 February 2021), certificate 016148, Theodora Whitwell McCurdy, 1992. New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives, "New York, New York, Extracted Marriage Index, 1866-1937," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 13 April 2021), 1927, McCurdy-Wilson. United States, Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, "Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File, 1850-2010," database, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 6 February 2021), Henry McCurdy.
32New York City Department of Health, "New York, New York, Birth Index, 1910-1965," datbase, Ancestry (ancestry.com : accessed 6 February 2021), certificate 33409; Martin B. McCurdy; certificate 24956; David W McCurdy.
33"England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," v. 1B, p. 628, e. 2; Philip Whitwell Wilson. "England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991," index, Family Search (familysearch.org : accessed 7 March 2021), Philip W Wilson, 1911
34"England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," v. 3A, p. 773, e. 94; Elizabeth M W Wilson. "New York, New York, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-2018," license 3446; 1938; White-Wilson. 1940 Census, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York, ED 14-61, p. 8A, household 109, Geo. White family.
35"England & Wales Birth Registration Index 1837-2006," v. 3A, p. 626, e. 5;Christopher W Wilson. "New York, New York, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-2018," license 6157; 1939; Wilson-Ryan. 1940 Census, New York, New York County, New York, ED 31-883, p. 2B, household 80, Christopher Wilson family.
361920 Census, New York City, Bronx County, New York, ED 467, roll 1143, p. 1A, household 13, Philip Wilson family.


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