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Footprints of Pleasant Wilcox & Fanny Adams Wilcox : a Wilcox biography of: History and heritage, happiness and heartbreak , and hard work!

researched & written by Wanda Wilcox McGarr ; publication assistance by Chet Wilcox
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Carriere, Mississippi : C. Wilcox, c1996
1 v. in various pagings : ill., map, port. (col)

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Pleasant Wilcox was born in Virginia ca. 1792. He came to Christian County, Kentucky before 1818 where he married Frances Adams in Hopkinsville in 1819. Frances was the daughter of James Adams and Elizabeth Hatcher and was born in Cumberland County, Virginia in 1796. She came to Christian County in 1817. Pleasant and Frances moved to Wayne County, Missouri ca. 1843. Hatcher ancestry is traced to Thomas Hatcher who was born in Cambridge, England, married Catherine Reid, and died in 1583. One of his descendants, William Hatcher, was born in Careby Manor, England ca. 1614 and came to Virginia ca. 1635. Descendants lived in Missouri, Oregon, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.

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