Charles E. Wilcox , 7 North 50 West

Floyd and Viora (Stillabower) Wilcox , 8 North 50 West


ONE POSSIBLE :
In 1880 Phelps County Nebraska, Charles Wilcox is 20, farming, with William Wilcox a storekeeper and Amanda both 52 born in New York. Augusta 8s 23, Bruce 14.
All three kids were born in Nebraska.

Fannie E. Salisbury is in Seward County, Nebraska in 1880, with parents Falvius 45 born in New York and Emiline 44 Pennsylvania.

In 1885 Gosper County, C.E. is 28, a dealer in H.D., married to F.A. 19. Ray is one month old.

In 1890 Gosper County, C.E. Wilcox is farming at Elwood.

Ray is in Gosper County in 1900, 15, a servant for the William A. and Annie Seales family.
Ray L. Wilcox 1885=1939 is buried in Mitchell, Nebraska # 25053370, with Maude Irene (McNall Wilcox 1895-1987.

He and Maude had Elsie Faye on January 2, 1914 in Wheatland, Wyoming - Fay Pohle died January 22, 1998.

In 1940 Torrington, Wyoming, Maude is 45, widowed, with Charles 27 and his wife Shirley 23.

Blanch Rebecca Kulp Wilcox Gurnsey. She wrote a book of poetry and keep partial diaries during WWII. I am trying to find information about her during and before WWII. Information that I know…. She was born in Sidney Nebraska on December 16, 1897. Her parents were Samuel Newton Kulp and Clarissa E. Miller. Her 1st husband was Norval J Wilcox born January 11, 1895 at Homerville, Gosper, Nebraska. His parents were Charles E Wilcox and Fannie Salsbury. He died June 28, 1942. They were married January 16, 1922 in Cheyenne County Nebraska.
ANOTHER POSSIBLE :
In 1900 Carthage, Missouri, Charles E. Wilcox is a laundryman born Sept 1854 in Ohio, with Ella March 1854 Illinois. R. Oran was born January 1883 in Illinois.
Robert was born January 15, 1883 at Carmi Illinois, and died in RIchmond Virginia Feb 4, 1960.
He was to be buried in Hollywood Cemetery.

In 1910 Perry, Missouri, Charles is running a cigar store, widowed, 55, with son Robert 28 born in Illinois working at the post office.
Charles is widowed in 1920 Perry, St. Francois County, Missouri, a grocery clerk, 65, boardign with the James Childers 30 family.
Charles Edmond Wilcox, born Sept 5, 154 at Licking County, Ohio to Josiah Wilcox and Mary Beecher of New York, a retired pharmacist, died May 13, 1930 in Wayne Coumnty, Michigan, wodower of Ella Harper.
He was to be buried in Grayville, Illinois.

Charles cash-claimed a quarter in section 10, 8N 50W in 1891.


FLOYD
He is not the E.F. Wilcox in 1885 Allen County, Kansas, 4, with John Wilcox, widowed, a clerk 33 born in Indiana. They're with J. H. Wilcox a printer 69 and M.N. 71, with a female J. M., a teacher, 32.
That one is Edwin F. Wilcox


Floyd Wilcox proved up a quarter in 7, 7N 50W in 1913.

He registered for WWI in Logan County, farming, born July 19, 1880, with Ora.

Floyd, of Sterling Colorado, married Viora Stillabourer of Carthage Missouri, on April 15, 1918 in Jasper County, Missouri.

In 1920 Logan County, Floyd and Viola are farming. Floyd's father was born in Kentucky, his mother in Indiana.

In 1930 Logan County, farming, Floyd is 49, born in Missouri, with Viora 42 Missouri. Doris 10, Lloyd 7, Faye 6, and John 4 were born in Colorado.

In 1940 Logan County the four kids are still with them. Doris is a maid, Lloyd is a farm laborer.
Floyd registered for WWII in Logan County, born in Mercer, Missouri.


Floyd 1880-1946 is buried in Sterling #40654227 , with Viora 1887-1962 # 40654253.
Children Doris Wilcox Nicholson 1920-1941, Loyd 1922-2005, and Fay Wilcox Skarka 1923-2014.


Lloyd Wilcox married Lenora Helena Bauder, on January 19, 1952. He was born May 5, 1922. THey had Dennis Eugene Wilcox Oct 15, 1952 at Sterling.

John Wilcox, 86, of Sterling, died Feb. 22, 2012, in Sterling. Visitation will be from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, at Chaney-Reager Funeral Home, with Vigil Service and Rosary to follow. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 27, at Knights of Columbus Hall, with the Rev. Robert L. Wedow officiating. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery.
John was born Feb. 5, 1926, in Sterling to Floyd and Viora (Stillabower) Wilcox.
He entered the U.S. Army during World War II on Sept. 13, 1944, and was honorably discharged on June 30, 1946. He was an MP, receiving the good conduct medal.
John and his brother, Lloyd, owned and operated the gas station on South Division from 1962 to 1972. They worked at John Deere and were in the trucking business and farmed together for several years. John retired from farming in 2006.
On Aug. 17, 1963, he married Margaret Lawrenson in Sterling.
John was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church.
He is survived by his son, Ron Wilcox and wife Sandy of Sterling; sister, Faye Skarka of Sterling; and grandchildren, Lisanna Wilcox, Amanda Wilcox-Waller and Ryan Wilcox.
John was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Margaret Wilcox in 2004; a baby sister; sister, Doris Nicholson; and brother, Lloyd Wilcox.

Margaret Elizabeth Wilcox, 81, of Sterling, died Jan. 16, 2004, in Fort Collins. Visitation will be Jan. 20 from 10 am. to 7 p.m. at Chaney-Reager Funeral Home, with vigil and rosary to fo1 immediately. Mass of Christian burial will be Jan. 21 at 10:30 am. at St. Anthony Catholic Church with Father James Baird officiating. Burial will follow at Riverside Cemetery
Mrs. Wilcox was born Feb. 12, 1922, in Alliance, Neb., to James and Ann (Hothersell) Lawrenson. She grew up in Denver and attended St. Catherine Catholic School. The family relocated to Sterling, and she transferred to St. Anthony Catholic School, graduating in 1940. She attended Loretta Heights College in Denver for two years. On Aug. 17, 1963, she married John Wilcox in Sterling. She worked for Mountain Bell Telephone in Sterling as an operator for 33 years until her retirement. She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church and Telephone Pioneers. She is survived by husband John Wilcox, Sterling; son Ron Wilcox, Merino; brother Edward Lawrenson, Sterling; sister Catherine Scharf, Scottsbluff, Neb.,; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by brothers John and James Lawrenson; and sister Rosalie Ferguson,   


HUGH -
January 12, 1900 "Mr. J. Wilcox and Mrs. M. E. Wilcox arrived yesterday from Winnebago City, Minn ., and are the guests of S. F. Lent and family. A son of Mrs. M.E. Wilcox is dangerously ill at the Lent residence."

January 19, 1900 Sterling "Hugh E. Wilcox died at the residence of S. F. Lent January 16, 1903, of consumption, aged 22 years, 2 months and 29 days.
Deceased had been failing rapidly for some time past. The remains were placed in charge of Undertaker Scull and after being made ready for shipment were taken to his old home at Winnebago City, Minn., by the mother and brother of deceased. A sad journey truly."



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