Robert George Wilkinson

M, b. 17 January 1879, d. May 1964
     Robert George Wilkinson was born on 17 January 1879 at Pennsylvania. He married Jeanette E. LeFevre, daughter of Joseph Henry LeFevre and Julia C. Gutelius, on 4 June 1902. Robert George Wilkinson died in May 1964 at age 85.

Children of Robert George Wilkinson and Jeanette E. LeFevre

Robert R. Wilkinson

M, b. circa 1909
     Robert R. Wilkinson was born circa 1909 at York Co. (probably), PA. He was the son of Robert George Wilkinson and Jeanette E. LeFevre.

Sarah Wilkinson1

F, b. circa 1855
     Sarah Wilkinson was born circa 1855 at Wirt Co. (probably), VA (now WV).1 She was the daughter of Daniel Wilkinson and Caroline Conrad.1

Citations

  1. [S686] 1860 Federal Census, Wirt County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1384; FHL #805384.

Sarah Wilkinson1

F
     Sarah Wilkinson married Jared Nichols.1

Child of Sarah Wilkinson and Jared Nichols

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 183.

Susan Wilkinson

F, b. circa 1836
     Susan Wilkinson was born circa 1836 at Pennsylvania.1 She married Henry Metz, son of Abraham Metz and Veronica Knisely, circa 1858 at Franklin Co. (probably), PA.

Children of Susan Wilkinson and Henry Metz

Citations

  1. [S185] 1870 Federal Census, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1345; FHL #552844.

Agatha Wilkison1

F, b. circa 1915
     Agatha Wilkison was born circa 1915 at Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Charles P. Wilkison and Margaretta Truckey.1,2 Agatha Wilkison married Thomas Taylor, son of David M. Taylor and Emma J. Wendell.1

Citations

  1. [S2231] 1940 Federal Census, Gibson County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1046.
  2. [S780] 1930 Federal Census, Gibson County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 588; FHL #2340323.

Charles P. Wilkison1

M, b. circa 1887, d. before 3 April 1940
     Charles P. Wilkison was born circa 1887 at Indiana.1 He married Margaretta Truckey in June 1906 at Gibson Co., IN.1 Charles P. Wilkison died before 3 April 1940 at Gibson Co. (probably), IN.

Child of Charles P. Wilkison and Margaretta Truckey

Citations

  1. [S780] 1930 Federal Census, Gibson County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 588; FHL #2340323.

Bertha E. Will

F, b. 17 August 1885, d. October 1976
     Bertha E. Will was born on 17 August 1885 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married Richard Stites Sr., son of Samuel Stites and Emma Bauer, on 24 January 1912 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. Bertha E. Will died in October 1976 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, at age 91.

Mary Will1

F, b. circa 1827, d. 17 October 1876
     Mary Will was born circa 1827 at Germany per headstone inscription "In the 49th Year of her age."1 She married Henry Roberts on 24 March 1849 at Mercer Co., OH. Mary Will was buried in August 1867 at Petrie Cemetery, Celina, Mercer Co., OH, Findagrave #10323250. She died on 17 October 1876 at Mercer Co., OH, Findagrave #10323259.

Child of Mary Will and Henry Roberts

Citations

  1. [S5084] 1860 Federal Census, Mercer County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1009; FHL #805009.

Alice Grey Willams

F, d. before 1925
     Alice Grey Willams was born. She was the daughter of Rev. Lewis Willams and Susan Caroline Larimore. Alice Grey Willams died before 1925.

Frances Evans Willams

F, d. before 1925
     Frances Evans Willams was born. She was the daughter of Rev. Daniel Williams and Susan Caroline Larimore. Frances Evans Willams died before 1925.

James Edwin Willams

M, d. before 1925
     James Edwin Willams was born. He was the son of Rev. Daniel Williams and Susan Caroline Larimore. James Edwin Willams died before 1925.

Rev. Lewis Willams

M, b. circa 1820
     Rev. Lewis Willams was born circa 1820 at Pennsylvania.1 He married Susan Caroline Larimore, daughter of Robert Larimore and Mary Smith.

Child of Rev. Lewis Willams

Children of Rev. Lewis Willams and Susan Caroline Larimore

Citations

  1. [S1419] 1850 Federal Census, Blair County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 755.

Louis Larimore Willams

M, b. circa March 1850, d. before 1925
     Louis Larimore Willams was born circa March 1850 at Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA.1 He was the son of Rev. Lewis Willams and Susan Caroline Larimore. Louis Larimore Willams died before 1925.

Citations

  1. [S1419] 1850 Federal Census, Blair County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 755.

Mary Willams1

F, b. circa 1845
     Note: While it is possible that Mary Williams, born about 1845, was a child of Caroline Larimore, it seems a stretch (Caroline would have been 17); moreover Mary is not listed among Caroline's children in "These Build Civilization". Most likely she was a daughter of Lewis Williams from a prior marriage. She was living with the family as of the 1860 census, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. DLB 2011.

Mary Willams was born circa 1845 at Pennsylvania.1 She was the daughter of Rev. Lewis Willams.1

Citations

  1. [S1419] 1850 Federal Census, Blair County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 755.

Mary Elizabeth Willaner

F, b. 1730, d. 1778
     Mary Elizabeth Willaner was born in 1730 at Lancaster Co., PA. She married Jacob Zug in 1759. Mary Elizabeth Willaner died in 1778 at Fairplay, Washington Co., MD.

Child of Mary Elizabeth Willaner and Jacob Zug

Edward Willcox

M, b. 1605, d. 1638
     Edward Willcox was born in 1605. He died in 1638.

Child of Edward Willcox

Frederick W. Willcox

M, b. March 1844, d. 28 June 1923
     Frederick W. Willcox was born in March 1844 at England. He married Mary Allie Franklin, daughter of Charles W. Franklin and Mary Catherine Kitzmiller, on 25 June 1901 at Baltimore, MD. Frederick W. Willcox died on 28 June 1923 at Baltimore, MD, at age 79.
Note: from Tracy DeVault: Frederick was first married to Fanny Tucker. In 1867 they immigrated from England with son William. In New York they had daughter Laura Love Willcox. Then Frederick and Fanny moved to Baltimore, Maryland where Fanny died in 1891 and their daughter Laura died in 1893. In 1893 Frederick married Honora B. Robinson. Honora had children from a previous marriage. Frederick and Honora had son Perry Wheeler Willcox in 1896. In 1901 Frederick married Mary Allie Franklin. Mary raised Perry from age 5 but she does not appear to have had any children of her own.

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Article - unknown paper, Baltimore, Maryland; 6 August 1900; (My Buettner and Grochowski Branch tree; LAMACRES; (Ancestry.com):
          ? ? ? ? ? ? GROCERY STORE BURNED
     ? ? ? ? Adjoining Property Damaged By Fire In Biddle Street.
     A fire broke out a few minutes before 11 o'clock last night at Joseph Woodson's grocery store, 627 Biddle street, destroying almost the entire stock of goods, valued at between $1,500 and $2,000; damaging the building, owned by Mr. Charles J. Voniff, to the extent of $300; causing a damage of $100 to Mr. Frederick Willcox's baker shop, 629 West Biddle street, and damaging the private dwelling of Mr. Richard D. Maynard, 625 West Biddle street to the extent of $50. Mr. Willcox's loss was covered by insurance. One of his large plate-glass windows was broken by the heat from the adjoining building. Six hundred loaves of bread were in the oven when the fire broke out and narrowly escaped being burned for want of attention.
     Mr. Woodson's store was locked when the fire started and he was away. Some of his goods was saved, but the greater portion destroyed. The origin of the fire could not be learned.
     No. 4 Hook-and-Ladder and Engine Companies 7, 8, and 13 responded to the alarm, which was turned in by James T. McGinnis from the box at Greenwillow street and Pennsylvania avenue. Round Sergeant Louis Hahn and Sergeant Henry Wicks were in charge at the fire.


Article - unknown paper, Baltimore, Maryland; 22 September 1900; (My Buettner and Grochowski Branch tree; LAMACRES; Ancestry.com):
          ? ? ? ? ? FREDERICK WILLCOX ARRESTED
     ? ? ? ? Charged With The larceny Of A Bake Oven And Boiler.
     Frederick Willcox, 920 Pennsylvania avenue, proprietor of the Baltimore Standard Bakery, was arrested by Sergt. James F. Brown, of the Northwestern Police Station, yesterday, charged with the larceny of one bake oven, one boiler and fire bricks, valued at $500, the property of William C. Smith (administrator), 606 Reservoir street. Mr. Willcox was released for a hearing this morning. The wife of Mr. Willcox, who died about two months ago, is said to have left a will, and Mr. William C. Smith is supposed to be the administrator of her property.
     Mr. Willcox made the following statement:
     "I have a deed for this house and store in my name. My wife, who died about 7 weeks ago, left a will, but she had absolutely nothing that I know of. The property was in our joint names. When she died the property reverted to me. There is a mortgage of about $2,000 on the house. The fixtures belong to me and are insured in my name. I do not know what Smith is administrator of, as when I married my wife she had not a dollar. I do not know Smith, and do not know why the charge is preferred against me."


Article - My Buettner and Grochowski Branch tree;? ? unknown paper, Baltimore, Maryland; 24 September 1900;? ? (My Buettner and Grochowski Branch tree; LAMACRES; Ancestry.com):

Case Against Mr. Willcox Dismissed

The case against Frederick Willcox, 920 Pennsylvania avenue, charged by Mr. William C. Smith with the larceny of a bake oven, door and boiler and fire brick valued at $500, has been dismissed.

Justice Goldman decided that the evidence showed no intent of larceny, as Mr. Willcox supposed the property was his own. He also suggested that the case should be settled in a court of equity.


Article - The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland); Friday, 24 Oct 1902; Page 8; (Newspapers.com);

Seeks to Restrain Baker Willcox.

An injunction restraining Frederick Willcox from engaging in the bakery business in the territory east of the west side of Charles street and south of the north side of Baltimore street, is asking a bill of complaint filed in the Circuit court yesterday by the Elkridge manufacturing Company of Baltimore, through Chas. S. Hayden, attorney.

The bill of complaint states that on October 11, 1897, John Reises purchased from Mr. Willcox the bakery business at 821 Greenount avenue, Mr. Willcox agreeing not to engage in the business within the territory named. It is alleged the agreement has not been kept.

Judge Stockbridge ordered a preliminary injunction to be issued on the filing of a bond for $2,500.


Court Proceedings - The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland); Saturday, 08 Nov 1902; Page 10; (Newspapers.com):

Circuit Court -- Judge Stockbridge, -- Elkridge manufacturing Company vs. Frederick Willcox, demurrer withdrawn.

Stephen Willcox

M, b. 1633, d. 1689
     Stephen Willcox was born in 1633. He was the son of Edward Willcox. Stephen Willcox married Hannah (?) in 1657. Stephen Willcox died in 1689.

Child of Stephen Willcox and Hannah (?)

William Willcox

M, b. 1703
     William Willcox was born in 1703. He was the son of William Willcox and Dorothy (?) William Willcox married Elizabeth Brown in 1727.

Child of William Willcox and Elizabeth Brown

William Willcox

M, b. 1668
     William Willcox was born in 1668. He was the son of Stephen Willcox and Hannah (?) William Willcox married Dorothy (?) in 1698.

Child of William Willcox and Dorothy (?)

Henrietta Wille

F, b. 2 January 1891, d. 7 March 1982
     Henrietta Wille was born on 2 January 1891 at Madison Co., IL. She married Herman C. Westerhold in 1915. Henrietta Wille died on 7 March 1982 at Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL, at age 91. She was buried in March 1982 at Wanda Cemetery, South Roxana, Madison Co., IL.

Child of Henrietta Wille and Herman C. Westerhold

Ann Willems1

F, b. 18 July 1907
     Ann Willems was born on 18 July 1907 at Kansas.1 She married Loren Keith Bowman, son of William Moses Bowman and Dove Gere, on 17 June 1925.1

Child of Ann Willems and Loren Keith Bowman

Citations

  1. [S3516] 1930 Federal Census, Reno County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 716; FHL #2340451.

Fanny Willes

F, b. 22 June 1832, d. 23 September 1905
     Fanny Willes was born on 22 June 1832 at Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Luther Willes and Fanny Willey. Fanny Willes married Michael Lucas Sullivant, son of Lucas Sullivant and Sarah Starling, on 10 October 1854.2 Fanny Willes lived in 1880 at Sullivant Twp., Ford Co., IL.3 She lived in June 1900 at Kupfrian Park, Escambia Co., FL.1 She was buried in September 1905 at Green Lawn Cemetery, Lot P, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH. She died on 23 September 1905 at age 73.

Children of Fanny Willes and Michael Lucas Sullivant

Citations

  1. [S1390] 1900 Federal Census, Escambia County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 168; FHL #1240168.
  2. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, p.185B.
  3. [S154] 1880 Federal Census, Ford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0206; FHL #1254206.

Luther Willes

M
     Luther Willes was born at New Hampshire. He married Fanny Willey in 1817.

Child of Luther Willes and Fanny Willey

Elizabeth Willets1

F, b. 1674, d. July 1713
     Elizabeth Willets was born in 1674.2 She married John Underhill, son of John Underhill and Mary Prior, in 1695.2 Elizabeth Willets died in July 1713.2

Children of Elizabeth Willets and John Underhill

Citations

  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 369.
  2. [S105] Jr. Harry Macy, Underhill Genealogy, Vol. V & VI, p. 56.
  3. [S105] Jr. Harry Macy, Underhill Genealogy, Vol. V & VI, p. 62.

Hannah Willets1

F, b. circa 1681, d. 1753
     Hannah Willets was born circa 1681.1 She married Samuel Underhill, son of John Underhill and Mary Prior, in 1701.1 Hannah Willets died in 1753.1

Citations

  1. [S105] Jr. Harry Macy, Underhill Genealogy, Vol. V & VI, p. 56.

Richard Willets1

M, b. 1680, d. 1753
     Richard Willets was born in 1680.1 He married Deborah Underhill, daughter of John Underhill and Mary Prior, in 1706.1 Richard Willets died in 1753.1

Citations

  1. [S105] Jr. Harry Macy, Underhill Genealogy, Vol. V & VI, p. 56.

Amy Willett1,2

F, b. circa 1835
     Amy Willett was also known as Emma Shown as "Amy" in 1850 and on marriage record. "Emma" in 1870 census. She was born circa 1835 at Highland Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of John Willett.1 Amy Willett married James Murphy on 24 July 1853 at Pike Co., IL.2

Children of Amy Willett and James Murphy

Citations

  1. [S584] 1850 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 694.
  2. [S2013] 1870 Federal Census, Pike County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 269; FHL #545768.

Benjamin Franklin Willett

M
     Benjamin Franklin Willett was also known as Frank. He married Elbina Windle, daughter of Joseph Windle and Sarah Elizabeth Murfield, after 16 June 1900.