was born to John Warren and Helen Duguid.
Wilson married Eliza/Lida Handy in 1882.
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James Renwick Wilson Duguid, son of John and Helen Duguid, was born in the country home near Ray, Ind., Dec. 27, 1853, and departed this life Aug. 12, 1930, at the age of 76 years, 8 months and 3 days, in the home where he was born and where in 1882 he brought his bride being married to Lida handy on Dec. 27, of that year. To them were born three children, George Wilson, who preceded his father in death in 1907; Howard Wayne and Martha Beulah, whose son, Jimmy, has also preceded his grandfather in death. Mr. Wilson Duguid was a student at Northwood, O., and taught several terms of district school. He united with the Reformed Presbyterian church in early manhood and was an officer in the church for forty years. His personal faith was as rugged as the creed of his profession and all who conversed with him during the recent days bear witness that his interests as shown by his conversation were wholly upon spiritual matters. Although he suffered severely, he bore witness the it was nothing as compared with Christ's suffering for him, and also that he knew that a better place had been prepared. It is said of him that he has no enemies. He leaves to murn (sic) their loss, the widow, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Straw, Mrs. Edna Miller and family, 10 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, one brother, John Duguid of North Adams, Mich., and one sister, Mrs. Barbara Paul, of Ray, Ind., besides a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held a the Ray church, Friday afternoon, Aug. 15, at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Charles Cutler, of Bronson, Mich., officiating assisted by the Rev. Charles McClung, of Halls Corners, Mich., and the Rev. R. S. Brown, of Ray, using as their text St. John, 14th chapter, first verse. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lint sang songs of consolation. Interment in ray cemetery. .pdf of source .pdf of source
The date of birth given in the obituary is incorrect. The correct date is verified by the death certificate and the 1900 census.
Wilson is buried in Ray Cemetery
Fremont, Steuben County, Indiana, USA