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Willcox family, 1689-1975

Marian Nash

Willcox family, 1689-1975

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by Marian Nash

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Published by Nash, available at the Library of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution in [s.l.], Washington .
Written in English

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  • Willcox family.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMarian Nash and George Willcox McIver.
    ContributionsMcIver, George Willcox, 1858-1948.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W667 1975
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 16, 8 leaves ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5255273M
    LC Control Number75328410

    William Russell Willcox. For other people, see William Willcox. William Russell Willcox (Ap – April 9, ) was an American politician from New York. On January 1, he became the Postmaster of New York City. By he was chairman of the New York Public Service Commission. He served on the Railway Wage Commission in Willcox relocated to Chicago by , where he was briefly employed by Dankmar Adler. He opened his own office in Chicago by , practicing in the city until ; from to he was a partner in the Chicago firm Willcox and Miller. After Willcox moved to .


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Willcox family, 1689-1975 by Marian Nash Download PDF EPUB FB2

Individuals listed are tied by generational numbers to "A Willcox family history, ," by Martha S. Albertson. The family is that of Thomas Willcox ( ) and Elizabeth Willcox family. by Tad Evans. The Willcox family: A family history Unknown Binding January 1, by Helen Rutherford Willcox (Author) Visit Amazon's Helen Rutherford Willcox Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Helen Rutherford Willcox.

The Willcox Family of Devon, England. Thomas Willcox (12 May - 11 Nov ) born in England, died in Ivy Mills, PA mar. (3 Jun in Old Swede Church of the Holy Trinity, Wilmington, DE) Elizabeth Cole (10 May in Ireland - 17 May in Ivy Mills, PA) John Willcox; Ann Willcox (9 May in Concord, PA - Jun ).

The Wilcox family by William Henry Whitmore,David Clapp Son edition, in English When you buy books using these links the Internet Archive may earn a small commission. Benefits of donating. When you donate a physical book to the Internet Archive, your book will enjoy. Thomas Willcox ( - ) 1689-1975 book a colonial-era paper mill owner in Concord Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States.

The Ivy Mills supplied paper used for currency for the Continental and United States governments as well as many South American governments. Willcox was a friend of Benjamin Franklin, made printing paper for him Birthdate:   Mrs.

Martha Albertson W. Regency Dr. Tucker Ga had this line (her friend on another line wrote me to contact her) She had written A Willcox Family History and was preparing another volumn in when Gloria Holback wrote a note on Prodigy.

Gloria had Thomas lived Fl.   More on Thomas Wilcox. THOMAS1 WILLCOX was born in Devonshire, England, and died Novem in Ivy Mills, Pennsylvania. He married ELIZABETH COLE (KOHL) June 3, in Old Swede Church of the Holy Trinity Wilmington, Delaware.

She was born in Ireland, and died in Ivy Mills, Pennsylvania. Wilcox family history. Being some account of the first five generations in direct line from William Wilcockson of Stratford, Connecticut, to Josiah Wilcox of Brecksville, Ohio This is a digitization of a photocopied book.

Pages are skewed. text and images are faded. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number The Petition of Sarah Willcox, wife of Hasard Willcox, of Loughborough in the Midland District, Yoeman, Humbly Shewith That you Petitioner is the daughter of Augustus Seeley deceased, a U.

Loyalist, that she is if the age of twenty one years, and that she has never received any land, or order for land from the Crown.

Your Petitioner, therefore, prays your Excellency will be pleased to. VR - Death; Bef 6 Feb 90; Westerly, Washington Co.RI Mentioned as of 6 Feb as lately deceased.

Children of Stephen Wilcox and Hannah Hazzard are: 6 i. Bethiah4 Wilcox, born c 7 ii. Edward Wilcox, born 5 Nov 8 iii. Thomas Wilcox, born 18 Feb 9 iv. Daniel Wilcox, born Abt 10 v.

William Wilcox, born. Early History of the Willcox family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Willcox research. Another 98 words (7 lines of text) covering the years,,, and are included under the topic Early Willcox History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products.

Wilcox County History: He Viewed the Town with 'Horror' by Violet Moore: article in The Macon News, Wed. July 9, article describing the reaction of Dave Fitzgerald to the changes in Abbeville. Generously contributed by Lisa Holliday Sunderman ; Rochelle's Great Fire - The Abbeville Chronicle Decem Submitted by Lisa Holliday Sunderman.

The family of Wilcox is of Saxon origin, and was seated at Bury St. Edmonds in the county of Suffolk, England, before the Norman Conquest. Sir John Dugdale, in his " Visitation of the County of Suffolk," mentions fifteen generations of this family previous to Upcoming Willcox Family Reunions.

One key to a successful Willcox reunion is preparation, and for the family researcher that means getting the word out in advance on what to bring (such as the family photo collection); arranging for the display of shared information; and planning activities conducive to sharing; and one of the best ways to get others to participate is in bringing something of.

{A Willcox Family HistoryIncluding Willcox, Wilcox, and Allied families of Pennsylvania, Mary On 23 FebMary Montgomery, late Gest, now wife of John Montgomery, of Chatham County, NC, signed a release of dower. the willcox family This page is dedicated to the Willcox family members who settled this part of Georgia, including Telfair County, and parts of Pulaski and Irwin Counties.

John Willcox, III, Also know at times as John Willcox, Jr. Brother to General Mark Lee Willcox. Joseph D. Willcox, brother of William P. Willcox, lived in Wyatt, Miss. in the s. William P. and Ann Willcox had a son, William Cyrus Willcox (), who married Virginia B.

Waddell (). Jesse Womble Willcox was the son of William C. and Virginia Willcox. Jesse W. Willcox was born on 20 September in Carthage, N. The book Homes of Family Names by H. Guppy states the following regarding the distribution of this surname throughout Great Britain: Less common forms are Willcocks, Willcox, Wilcocks, and Willcock.

All the six varieties of the, name occur in Cornwall. In fact, in there were eleven Cornish farmers of this name, and it may be. Thomas Wilcox (Willcox) was born on month dayat birth place, to Israel Wilcox and Sarah Wilcox (born Savage). Israel was born on June 19in Middletown, Middlesex, CT.

Sarah was born Circa July 30in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, USA. Browse the Wilcox Family Surname Genealogy.

This section makes it possible to view all the biographies currently available for the Wilcox family surname. Please keep in mind that this is a list of only the primary biography surnames. Other family surnames mentioned within a biography are not included in these lists of surnames.

Willcox Death Records. Birth and death records, ; index to births and deaths, contagious diseases; record of reported contagious diseases, Cochise County, Arizona Family History Library.

Index to death certificates of Cochise County, Arizona: 7 June Dec Family History Library. 328 Thomas Finney, of Bladen Co, sold to John Willcox and Thomas Hadley, both merchants of Cumberland Co, for 45 pds, (1) acres on south side of Rockfish Creek and (2) acres on south side of Rockfish Creek, adjacent Robert Dunn's upper corner.

Wit: Richard Grove, James Stevens. Recorded in Cumberland Co, NC Deed Book 2, page The Willcox family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Willcox families were found in the USA in In there were Willcox families living in New York.

This was about 38 of all the recorded Willcox's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Willcox families in   Ma () Powderham, Devon, England (United Kingdom) (Inclemency of weather, being exposed to the marshes all night) Immediate Family: Son of Robert Willcox and Joan Willcox.

Husband of Grace Willcox. Father of Robert Willcox; John Willcox; Mary Ann Eve Willcox; Frances Willcox and Hannah Willcox. Managed by: Cheryl Joan Webster. Mary Jane (Wilcox) Harris 27 Feb Oklahoma, United States - 24 Jan James Wilcox abt Nova Scotia, Canada - abt managed by Jeffrey Ward.

George Howard Wilcox 13 Sep Windsor, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada - 18 Feb George John Wilcox 02 Nov Windsor, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ricklefs () A History of Modern Indonesia. InJoseph Willcox wrote a sketch about the Willcox family-including a section about James Willcox and Prudence Doyle.

The sketch was published in The Records of the American Catholic Society. Inhe compiled this and several other sketches into a book Ivy Mills, Willcox and Allied Families.

John Syms Willcox was born on June 14in Torquay, Devon, England, United Kingdom, to Robert Willcox and Kezia Willcox. John had one sibling: Kezia Aldred. John married Mary Elizabeth Willcox inat age 25 in Grahamstown, Cape Colony [South Africa].

The Willcox family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Willcox families were found in the USA in In there were Willcox families living in Somerset.

This was about 16 of all the recorded Willcox's in the UK. Somerset had the highest population of Willcox families in A Willcox Family History (private printing June ) Huxford, Folks.

Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Volume?. McDonald, Mary Lou L. and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County, Georgia, Vols. I-III. Roswell, GA: W. Wolfe, The One Planet, One Family. Willcox made some of the paper that Benjamin Franklin used, and that he made some of the paper for the colonial bills.

This is known from the statements which his son, Mark Willcox, has made ; as no books of that early period have been preserved. It is believed that the first orders for the paper for the colonial and continental currency.

John Willcox established an Iron Works in Chatham County and was a member of the Colonial Council. Only two descendants of the Willcocksons who settled in Rowan Co. N. are known to have confused any ancestral records with those of the "Ivy Mills" Willcox family.

Early Notables of the Wilcox family (pre ) Distinguished members of the family include Nicolaus Wollick (c. ), English music theorist Robert Willcox (), was an English Catholic martyr (one of the Oaten Hill Martyrs) who was hung, drawn and quartered; he was beatified by Pope Pius XI in John Willock (or Willocks or Willox) (c.

), was a Scottish reformer, a. Giles WILLCOX, son of Giles and Martha was born on Novem in Bedminster, Somerset, England and was christened on April 7, He had a son, also named Giles.

Evidence for this person being the grandfather of Henry Willcox is circumstantial. Henry's father is known to be named Giles who married in Bristol and there is a birth entry for a Giles Willcox, born in to parents Giles. Dr. William B.

Willcox, a historian and editor of the papers of Benjamin Franklin at Yale University, died of cancer Sunday at his home in North Haven, Conn.

Willcox, who was 77 years old. Hamlin Willcox purchased the plantation inand although the house was deserted in the s, Belle Air remained in the Willcox family until In the s the current owner, Mrs.

Walter O. Major, and her late husband carefully repaired the plantation manor, which is one of the few surviving examples of the modest frame homes. Carrie Agnes (Willcox) II Watkins, WILLCOX Family History,(Published for various family collections, Limited RevisedUpdated ).

Social Security Death Index Interactive. Carrie Agnes (Willcox) II Watkins, WILLCOX Family History,(Published for various family collections, Limited RevisedUpdated ). William H. Wilcox. Born in Tavestock, Devonshire, England on 14 October to Charles Willcox and Hannah Tabb.

William H Wilcox married Adeline Greenwood Boisvert and had 8 children. He passed away on 8 October in Watertown, Massachusetts. Willcox born, cowboy actor and singer. AMADO, ANTONIO, Southern Arizona rancher. AMALONG, JAMES LEWIS, Freighter and Dos Cabezos rancher.

ANGULO, GABRIEL ELIAS, Meat market operator, rancher in Florence and Arivaca ARMER, HENRY FAMILY Includes Henry Armer, ; John H. Armer, ; the Chilson Family. John and Mary (Willcox) (Gest) Montgomery of DE and NC. By DONALD MARING Febru at John Montgomery, who was born ca in New Castle County, Delaware, and died in Chatham Co, NC, has long been known to have married Mary Willcox.

Joseph Willcox included them in his book Ivy Mills, Willcox and allied families. James M Wilcox could have been Hannah Wilcox Ricketts' uncle --According to DNA. The use of family tree has linked my dad's DNA to a distant cousin who says that James Wilcox of Chester Co MAY BE a distant blood ancestor of my dad.

Going by dates, James Wilcox could certainly have 5 or more unnamed siblings.James M. Willcox Paper Co.,Historical Sketch. The Willcox paper-mill at Ivy Mills, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, was established by Thomas Willcox, who had been a paper-maker in England.

On August 4,he put in operation his new paper-mill, believed to be the third erected in America. Not much is known about the early operation. Bergen. Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) This work identifies every family that can be traced to the Passaic Valley prior to The principal families covered include Wilcox.

(Source: Genealogical .