Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, M.A., compiler and publisher, Wilcoxson and Allied Families (Willcockson, Wilcoxen, Wilcox), privately printed by Commercial Service, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1958.
Anne, James, Elizabeth, Mary,Deborah, Thomas, Jr., Mark and Margaret. Mary married John Montgomery and they removed with her brother, John Willcox, to Chatham Co., N. C. Descendants migrated mostly to Georgia and Alabama.
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. C. are known to have confused any ancestral records with those of the "Ivy Mills" Willcox family. There does not seem to be any possible relationship between this Willcox family and the Willcockson family.
Ref .: "History of Delaware County, Penn." by Henry Graham Ashmead) L. H. Everts & Co., 1884, Penn.; Pennsylvania Magazine; Pennsylvania Archives; "Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Delaware Co., Penn." by Samuel T. Wiley. Gresham, Publishing Co., N. Y., 1894; The Colonial Records of North Carolina; Penn. Colonial Records; "Ivy Mills, 1729-1866," by Joseph Willcox, 1917.
Barnabas Wilcocks was buried the 14th of July, 1690, and his non-cupative will was presented in Philadelphia Co. by George Wilcocks, Joseph Wilcocks and John Bristow. Administration was granted to the widow the 4th of August, 1690.
The will of Sarah Wilcocks, his widow, of Philadelphia County is in Will Book 1, p. 85, in which she designates herself as "of Schoolkill" and appoints her sons George and Joseph as executors, stating, "all estate that my husband was possessed of and that I am possessed of shall be divided equally betwixt my children, daughter Rachel, youngest, the mill my husband purchased of William Clayton, Daughter Rachell and Abigail to have Legacies before estate divided equally amongst my five children - George, Joseph, Hester, Hannah and Abigail. Care of youngest daughter Rachell to son Joseph."
John Bristow of Chester and Paul Saunders of Schoolkill to assist the executors. Signed with her mark, 20 April, 1692/3; proved 30 Sept., 1692/3; witnesses: Paul Sanders, John Roads, James Frapell.
Sarah, widow of Barnabas Wilcocks, was buried 21 Sept., 1692, according to the Minutes of the Friends Records. CHILDREN: (Order not known.) 1. George Wilcocks, b. 22 June, 1667; d. 1693/4. His will, Philadelphia Co. (WB 1, p. 110 ff): "George Wilcox of Philadelphia, Merchant, intending (God willing) Shortly a voyage to Sea" devised to sisters Rachel, Abigail Wilcox, Hannah Roads, and brother Joseph's children. "The rest of my estate both reall and personall to my brother Joseph Wilcox, Ester, Abigail, Rachell and their
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