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Wilcot, Wilcox, & Wilde

Ollie Wilcot:  The only Ollie Wilcot found was in Kansas. NOI

William Wilcox:  On June 26 1893 Highland was granted a voting precinct by Utah County Court and School District.  William Wilcox was appointed a Trustee.   I can’t find any William Wilcox in the historic record that might match this man.

Daniel William and Lucy Callis Williams Wilde:  Their membership in the LDS Church arrived in 1920 and they were here for more than ten years (#100 on the 1958 Highland map).  They were in Heiner, Carbon County, Utah for the 1920 census, Highland in 1930 and in the 1940 census were in American Fork but living on the “North Alpine Highway” which was where they lived in Highland. 

Daniel was born May 1, 1870 in Coalville, Utah to John and Elsa Maria Raback Wilde.  Lucy was born November 8, 1872 in Liverpool, Cheshire, England to John Callis and Charlotte Susanna Quilliom Williams.  They were married July 13, 1892 and had six sons:  Rodney C, John Orisel (Orval), Eldred J, Paul C, Sheldon E and Austin Woodrow.  Only the four youngest lived in Highland.  Paul was a Sunday School teacher in 1925 at the age of nineteen.   In 1939 Austin was married and his wife, Margaret was living here also.  Daniel died November 23, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Lucy died March 22, 1955, also in Salt Lake and they are buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.


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