ABT 1680 - 2 Feb 1720
Father: Daniel WILCOX
- BIRTH: ABT 1680, Dartmouth, Bristol, MA
- DEATH: 2 Feb 1720, Dartmouth, Bristol, MA
Mother: Hannah COOK
- +Sarah WILCOX
- Stephen WILCOX
- Daniel WILCOX
- +William WILCOX
- Mary WILCOX
- Hannah WILCOX
- Katherine WILCOX
- Lemuel WILCOX
_Edward WILCOX ___+
_Daniel WILCOX _|
| |_Susanna THOMSON _
_Daniel WILCOX _|
| | __________________
| |_Unknown _______|
| _Thomas COOK _____+
| _John COOK _____|
| | |_Mary ____________
|_Hannah COOK ___|
| _Richard BORDEN __+
|_Mary BORDEN ___|
|_Joane FOWLE _____+
A good deal of attention has been paid to this line, as this Daniel is part of the lineage of
Sir Winston Churchill through his son William. Note that most authorities claim no surname
for Sarah. Nevertheless, some claim she was Sarah Hort, daughter of Thomas Hort.
I have seen no definitive proof of this claim. There is apparently a RI marriage record
from 1723 for a Sarah Hart, but that's too late for this family. See:
Family Data Collection - Marriages
Edmund West, 2001
"Daniel Wilcox, 1723, Tiverton, Newport, RI
Daniel Wilcox, Sarah Hart, 6 June 1723, Newport County, RI"
"Abstracts of Bristol County, Massachusetts Probate Records 1687-1745"
H.L. Peter Rounds, in:
Massachusetts Town, Probate and Vital Records CD-ROM
Broderbund, 1999, Vol. 4, p. 86
"Appt. of Sarah Wilcox as Adm. of Est. of her husb. DANIEL WILCOX
of Dart. dcd. intest., dtd. 7 May 1722 [4:47]."
"Inv. of Est. of DANIEL WILCOX of Dart, who died 22 Feb. 1721/2, dtd.
2 March 1721/2, pres. by Mrs. Sarah Wilcox, his widow. Apprs: George
Lawton, Samuel Cornell & Capt. John Akin [4: 107/8]."
"The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island"
John Osborne Austin
Joel Munsell's Sons, Albany, NY: 1887; pp. 282-285; pp. 422-425
"Genealogy Page of John Blythe Dobson"
(A nicely researched and referenced site including the Wilcox line)
Citing "One Branch of the Rhode Island Wilcox Family"
G. Andrews Moriarty
TAG 19 (1942): 23-31
"Daniel Wilcox (III), of Dartmouth, Bristol Co., Mass., b. ca. 1680,
d. (intestate and v.m.) 2 Feb. 1720/1."
See the Thomas Cook & Henry Howland families at:
David E. Pane-Joyce