Ninth Generation

235. George Archibald "Archie" WILCOX was born on 9 March 1894 in Paris, Bear Lake County, Idaho. He died on 2 August 1948 at the age of 54 in Blaine County, Idaho.

1930 Census. Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Hh 287
438 Center St
George A Wilcox (indexed as "Wilson"), 36, married at age 23, b. Idaho, Miner
Ethel J., wife, 36, married at 23, b. Idaho
Blair A., son, 11, b. Idaho
Ronald G., son, 9, b. Idaho
Jean, dau, 6, b. Idaho
Doris, dau, 2, b. Utah
Weldon Dunn, bro-in-law, 20, b. Idaho

1940 Census. Salt Lake Co, Utah, Hh 162
George A. Wilcox, 46, lived in Carbon Co, Utah in 1935, Contractor leaser, metal mines
Ethel D., wife, 47
Blair A., son, 21, leaser, metal mines
Ronald G., son, 19, leaser, metal mines
Jean, dau, 16
Doris, dau, 12

Died in mine accident.

Idaho Death Certificate - Non-Resident
George Archibald Wilcox died 2 Aug 1948, in a mine, Blaine Co, Idaho, where he had been for two months. His usual residence was Salt Lake City. He was married; his wife, Ethel Dunn, age 53. He was born 9 Mar 1893 in Paris, Idaho. He was a miner for 30 years, working for D. C. Swing. He died of carbon monoxide poisoning from fumes from gasoline engine at face of mine tunnel. Fumes filled tunnel where man was working. Occurred at the Alturas Lake Mine.
Father was Geo. E. Wilcox, b. Paris, Idaho. Mother was Annie Clayton, b. Paris, Idaho. Informant was Joel R. Wilcox of Mudvale, Utah.
Body was removed to Salt Lake City.

George Archibald "Archie" WILCOX and Ethel DUNN were married on 26 July 1917 in Logan, Cache County, Utah. Ethel DUNN was born on 8 February 1894 in Georgetown, Bear Lake County, Idaho. She died on 24 September 1983 at the age of 89 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.

George Archibald "Archie" WILCOX and Ethel DUNN had the following children:



Blair Archibald WILCOX.



Ronald George WILCOX was born on 24 June 1920 in Paris, Bear Lake County, Idaho. He died on 8 March 2000 at the age of 79 in Bondurant, Sublette County, Wyoming.






[Daughter] WILCOX.



Jean WILCOX (private).