Saturday, May 23, 2009

Aaron Wilcoxsen

The wife of Aaron Willcockson (Wilcoxson) was named Hannah and their children
were Edey, who married Robert Carter; Anna, who married Jacob Miller; David,
who married Elizabeth Callahan; Isaac, who married Mary A. Standiford; Lillis,
who married William Daniels; Rebecca, who married Maurice Morris; Berry, who
married Sarah Casswell (sic); John, who was born on 07 March 1807 and married
Margaret Johnson; and William Henry Harrison, who married (1) Nancy Taylor and
(2) Angeline Byrn. [NOTE 42] Aaron Wilcoxson was born on 11 June 1764 and died in
Washington County, Indiana, on 11 July 1830. He and his wife Hannah
(1766-1839) are buried in a family cemetery in Washington County, where their
gravestones contain their birth and death dates. [NOTE 43] Aaron got a patent for 160
acres of land in Clark County, Indiana, on 16 April 1808, which later was in
Jackson Township, Washington County. [NOTE 44]
John Wilcoxson was appointed to administer the estate of Aaron Wilcoxson in
February 1833 and reported a cash balance on 14 August 1833, for distribution
to the unidentified widow, five sons and four daughters. [NOTE 45] A biographical
sketch of Berry Wilcoxson, who was born in Franklin County, Kentucky, in
February 1804, states that, in his 25th year, he married Sarah W. Cassell
(sic), who was born on 15 March 1808. His parents took him to North Carolina,
when he was four years old, but did not stay there long. They moved to
Indiana, settling near the Falls of the Ohio, in what became Washington
County. In the spring of 1843, Berry Wilcoxson moved to Lee County, Iowa.

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