Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, M.A., compiler and publisher, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), privately printed by Commercial Service, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1958.
[Page 160]1232. ALICE BOONE CADY (Elizabeth R.5 Wilcox, Edwin R.4, John3, George2, ) b. 9 Nov., 1882, Linneus, Mo.; m. 12 Oct., 1902, Linn Creek, Mo., George Chester Moulder, b. 27 March, 1885, Linn Creek, Mo.; d. 4 July, 1938, Lebanon, Mo., son of David and Sallie (Selby) Moulder. He was a steam engineer and lived in Lebanon, Mo. CHILD:
1233. SADIE E. CADY (Elizabeth R.5 Wilcox, Edwin R.4,
John3, George2, ) b. 8
March, 1887, Humphries, Mo.; m. Albert W. Amos, b. Gypson, Kansas; d. 10 Dec.,
1950, Springfield, Mo., son of Abraham and Mary (Watt) Amos. He was a telegraph
operator. Res. of widow, (1957) 177 No. Washington St., Lebanon, Mo. CHILDREN:
+2279 Edward Berlin Amos
+2280 Allene Ruth Amos
+2281 Dorothy Francis Amos
1234. RUTH LORRAINE CADY (Elizabeth R.5 Wilcox, Edwin R.4,
John3, George2, )
b. 12 Dec., 1889, Humphrey, Mo.; m. Charles 0. Davis; d. 12 July, 1950,
Victorville, Calif., son of Charles and Bertha (Parmen) Davis. He was a Post
Office clerk in Nevada. She attended Greeley College and taught school. Res. of
widow. (1957) 965 Belleview St., San Bernardino, Calif. CHILDREN:
+2282 Marguerite Alice Davis
2283 Charles Chester Davis, b. 13 March, 1924, Lebanon, Mo. Served in
US Navy in War II.
+2284 Russell Lee Davis
1235. WILLIAM MICHAEL CADY (Elizabeth R.5 Wilcox, Edwin R.4,
John3, George2, )
b. 25 Aug., 1890, Humprheys, Mo.; m. I June, 1915, Denver, Colo.,
Marion Rose Stevens, b. 8 Nov., 1889, Oakdale, Neb., dau. of Edwin H. and
Maggie (Storrs) Stevens. He is a farmer and electrical engineer and she is a
music graduate of Lincoln (Neb.) University. Res. (1957) Clarkedale, Ariz.
+2285 Thomas Edwin Cady
+2286 Alice Beth Cady
2287 William Stevens Cady, b. 23 Sept., 1923, Limon (Lincoln Co.),
Colo.; m. 16 Jan., 1950, Christina Marie Fuehrer. He is an
electronics engineer graduate of Colorado University and served
in US Navy in War II as electronics technician.
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