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- For the basketball player, see Jasper Wilson (basketball).
Jasper Wilson (October 30, 1819 – June 12, 1896), was a Baptist preacher and a representative from Bulloch County in the Georgia Legislature from 1881-1885.
Jasper was married to Mary Lee and they had seven children. Jasper was a circuit rider and preached in various churches, often walking on foot to some of them. Jasper owned a large plantation near Statesboro, Georgia, and many slaves. During the Civil War, General Sherman's army went through his plantation.
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