Thursday, May 28, 2009

David Wilcoxson's mother and father and siblings

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]

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