Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, M.A., compiler and publisher, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), privately printed by Commercial Service, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1958.
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Wilcoxson and Allied Families: First Generation
Watson's "Annals of Philadelphia."
1693 Tax List, Philadelphia Co., Penn.
Pennsylvania Magazine.
Philadelphia County Will Books.
Hinshaw's "Quaker Genealogy."
I. A. G. Compendium.
Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Publications.

HUGH WILLCOCKS, witnessed the will of Joseph Paul, 3 Sept., 1717.

STEPHEN WILCOX, m. Magdalene Hardin, 9 March, 1707, lst Pres. Church.

SARAH WILCOX., m. Samuel Warring, 30 Dec., 1714, Christ Church.

MARAH WILCOX, dau. of Wm. and Mary., d. 1714, Christ Church, Phila.

JOHN WILCOX, m. Margaret Smith, 26 Sept., 1735, lst Pres. Church.

MARGARET WILCOX, m. Edward Neal, 9 Jan., 1743, lst Pres. Phila.

ELIZABETH WILCOX, dau. of Capt. John, b. 1744; d. 1745, Christ Church.

BENJAMIN WILCOCKS, son of Capt. John, b. 1745; d. 1746, Christ Church.

JOHN WILCOX, son of John and Elizabeth, bapt. 1740, Christ Church.

ANN WILCOX, m. 1747, James White.

DEBORAH WILCOX, m. 13 Aug., 1752, Joseph Godfrey, Swede's Church.

FEBE WILCOX,, m. 28 Oct., 1753, John Bonsall, Swede's Church.

WILLIAM WILCOX and wife, killed and scalped, and five children carried off by
          the Indians, Patterson's Fort on the Juniata, about 28 Jan., 1756.

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