The following is the obituary for Calvin L. Wilcoxen:28
Calvin L. Willcoxen78. Esther Amelia WILCOXEN.1,28 Born on 8 Feb 1857 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.1 Esther Amelia died 20 June 1922;28 she was 65. Alias/AKA: Amelia Esther WILLCOXEN,1 E. Amelia WILLCOCKSON,12 Amelia Esther WILCOXEN.1
Died, March 7, (as we announced last week) at his home near Maples Mill of paralysis. He was a son to the late Marshall N. Willcoxen, was never married, led a clean, fine life and was successful as teacher, farmer and financeer. Rev. Dr. George of Elmwood held funeral services at Salem church, Friday, with burial in the beautiful Willcoxen cemetery.
BYERS, JOHN J WILLCOXEN, ESTHER A FULTON 12/24/1874 00E/0016 00000307They had the following children:28
|78D||ix.||(Mrs. Lou Marss)|
GEORGE RAY BURIAL TO BE TOMORROW79. Jeremiah C. WILCOXEN.8,1 Born on 17 Feb 1859 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.1 Immigrated to LA.8 Alias/AKA: Jeremiah C. WILCOXEN,1 Jerry Willmon WILLCOCKSON.12
Civil War Veteran Of The Liverpool District Is Called In Oklahoma
The remains of George W. Ray, former Liverpool township resident, and veteran of the confederate army, have arrived here from Oklahoma City, OK, where he died May 31. The funeral will be held from the Ray homestead in Liverpool township Tuesday forenoon at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Swisher of Lewistown will officiate and burial will be in the Wilcoxen cemetery.
Mr. Ray, who was widely-known and held in high esteem in this county, was born in Ashe county, North Carolina, July 24, 1843, and was 79 years, 10 months and seven days old. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ray.
He entered the confederate army in North Carolina and served three years in the sixth N.C. cavalry. At the conclusion of his service in the army of the south he came to Illinois in 1865 and settled in Fulton county.
Married in 1866
On June 24, 1866, he was united in marriage to Anna Wilcoxen Vail, daughter of the late Elijah Wilcoxen. They located on a farm in Liverpool township, where the decedent continued to live until last July, when he went to Oklahoma City to make his home.
Mrs. Ray died in 1904 on June 6 and the decedent was united in marriage the second time to Esther Amelia Wilcoxen. The wedding was performed in Feb. 1906. She died June 20, 1922.
Early in life Mr. Ray became a member of the Baptist church at Salem and had been a faithful and devoted member.
"Uncle George", as he was known, was a loyal friend and neighbor and was especially kind to those in need. These sterling qualities caused him to be loved by all.
He is survived by one brother, James A. Ray of Centralia, Wash., and a half brother and sister, Wiley A. Ray, Maples Mills, and Mrs. Ida Clemons of Los Angeles, Calif.
The following step-children are living: Fred and Harry Byers of Liverpool township, Mrs. Della Barnes, N.D., and Mrs. Lou Marss of Oklahoma City.
GOODMAN, HARRY A WILLCOXEN, CHARLOTTE A FULTON 06/18/1882 00E/0157 00000145They had the following children:
|216||vii.||Lois Alexandria (1894-1989)|
MOODY, FRANK GOODMAN, ADDIE MRS MASON 09/25/1900 002/0004 00003801They had one child:
|217||i.||Frances (aft 1900-)|
Hold Funeral of Mrs. Annie Moody From ResidenceThe following is the obituary for Harvey A. Goodman:28
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Moody, 62 years old, who died at her home late Friday afternoon, following an illness of a few hours, will be held from her residence at 1062 Haywood Road, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The funeral has been delayed in order to enable her son from Chicago to reach here.
Mrs. Moody is survived by her five daughters: Mrs. R.R. Frank, Mrs. Ralph C. Hawkins and Mrs. D. T. Thomas, all of Asheville, Mrs. Robert Zempel of Lewistown, Illinois, and Mrs. George Klein of Denver, Colo., and three sons, Frank Goodman of Chicago, Charles Goodman of Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, and M.S. Goodman of Stockton, Cal.
--Died, at his residence near Maples Mill, on Oct. 17, at 9:20 a.m., Harvey Alexander Goodman, of congestion of the blood. He was born in Ashe county, N.C., April 27, 1858. Came to Illinois in the spring of 1881. Was married to Miss Charlotte A. Wilcoxen June 18, 1892. To them was born seven children, four boys and three girls. United with the Methodist church in February, 1890. He was laid to rest in Salem cemetery Oct. 18, after a short service by Jasper N. Clark. He leaves a faithful wife and seven children to mourn his loss. As soon as all the family and friends can attend there will be a funeral sermon in M.E. church at Maples Mill.83. Nellie Florence WILCOXEN.8,12,1 Born on 12 Oct 1866 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.12,1 Alias/AKA: Nellie Florence WILCOXEN.1
KLINE, EDWARD E WILCOXEN, NELLIE F FULTON 05/01/1889 00F/0059 0000011784. Francis B. WILCOXEN.8,1 Born on 12 Oct 1868 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.1 Alias/AKA: Francis B. WILCOXEN.1
KLINE, EDWARD E WILLCOXEN, NELLIE F FULTON 05/01/1889 00F/0059 00000117
FARWELL, SETH P WILCOXEN, MARGARET E FULTON 10/07/1891 00F/0105 0000026586. Mary Inez WILCOXEN.12,1,21 Born on 7 Sep 1873 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.1 Mary Inez died on 26 Dec 1944 in Stanislaus Co., California; she was 71.21,34 Alias/AKA: Mary Inez WILCOXEN.1
REPASS, WILLIAM M WILCOXEN, MARY INEZ FULTON 10/07/1891 00F/0105 00000264They had the following children:
|218||i.||Virginia Mae (1893-1972)|
|219||ii.||William Marshall (1894-)|
|220||iii.||Dorothy Estell (1896-)|
|221||iv.||Marion Merle (1897-)|
|88A||i.||Harriet (1905- )29|
|88B||ii.||Laurence T. (1907- )29|
A well known and successful farmer and stock-raised, on Section 4, Liverpool Twp., he was born there on November 2, 1877, a son of Marshall N., and Harriet (LASSWELL) Willcoxen, natives of Fulton County. His grandparents, Captain Elijah and Charlotte (CALLOWAY) Willcoxen, were natives of NC.89. Jessie Estelle WILCOXEN.12,1 Born on 12 Jul 1880 in Fulton Co., Ilinois.1 Alias/AKA: Jessie E. WILCOXEN.1
Marshall Willcoxen was born in Estill Co., KY on Sept. 5, 1827, and came with his parents to Fulton Co., IL in 1830. On May 4, 1854 he was united in matrimony with Harriet Lasswell, a native of Fulton Co., and a daughter of Andrew and Barbara (BAUGHMAN) Lasswell, of whom the latter was born in Trumbull County, Ohio.
The union of Marshall N. and Harriet Lasswell resulted in the following children:
Calvin L. who was born Aug. 11, 1855, and died Mar. 6, 1905
Esther A., widow of John BYERS, born Feb. 8, 1857.
Jerry C., born Feb. 17, 1859, now a resident of Los Angeles CA.
Marshall N. and Harriet, twins born May 3 1861, of whom the
latter died in infancy, and the former is engaged in farming
in Liverpool Twp.
Charlotte A., b. Sept 12, 1863, who married Harvey GOODMAN, and
is a resident of Ashe Co. NC.
Nellie F., born Oct 12, 1866, widow of Edward KLINE, who resides
Francis B., born Oct 12 1868, who died in infancy.
Margaret, b. Oct. 16, 1870, who is the wife of Seth FARWELL,
a resident of Callaway, NE.
Mary I. b. Sep. 7, 1873, who married William REPASS, a farmer
of Liverpool Twp.
One who died in infancy, Jun 20, 1876
George R. b.Nov. 2, 1877
Jesse E., b. Jul 12, 1880
Marshall N. (now deceased) was a leading citizen of Fulton County. His son George R. now operates the old home farm, and which has been in the family name for more than 50 years.
He died Jan. 5, 1901 and his widow passed away Jan. 17, 1903. He was a member of the Baptist Church, she of the Christian Church. George H. Willcoxen was born and reared on the paternal farm and received his education in the district school of the neighborhood. He is the owner of 160 acres of fertile land. He is a thorough, progressive farmer and stock-raiser.
On Dec 25, 1903, he married Sylvia BLACK, a daughter of Theodore and Harriet (POLLITT) Black, who was born Dec. 25, 1883. Her father is engaged in farming in Liverpool Twp. This union has resulted in two children: Harriet, b. May 12, 1905 Laurence T., b. Mar 5 1907.
In politics Mr. Willcoxen is a supporter of the doctrines of the Democratic party and takes a good interest in public affairs. He is a man of irreproachable character and is highly esteemed throughout the community.
Note: D.A.R. Information:12
Jesse Estelle (Willcoxen)White, descendant of Elijah Calloway, national number 327573