Obit: Mallory, Wilson (1871 - 1929)
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Surnames: MALLORY CROCKER
----Sources: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1929
Mallory, Wilson (21 JUL 1871 - 9 SEP 1929)
Wilson Mallory, of Granton, prominent Clark County farmer, banker, and business man, died at the Luther hospital at Eau Claire at 10:40 o’clock on Monday evening after an illness of several weeks duration. He was taken to the hospital on Aug. 5 where he remained until he died on Sept. 2. The funeral services were held at the Windfall church, three-fourths of a mile north-east of Granton, on Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock with the Rev. G.W. Longenecker, pastor of the Congregational church at Neillsville officiating. Internment took place in the Windfall cemetery.
Wilson Mallory was born in Ontario, Canada, on July 21, 1871. He received his early education and grew to manhood in the land of his birth and came to Wisconsin in 1893. He worked for a short time at Granton and then went to Knowlton at which place he was united in marriage with Miss Clyde Crocker in 1897. The newlyweds then moved to Stevens Point where they made their home for 14 years. In the year of 1911, they moved to Clark County and settled on a farm near Granton. Later they purchased a farm in York Township where they have made their home since.
While in Clark County, Mr. Mallory associated himself with many public activities which were for the betterment of the social and political life of the community. During the past 14 years, he had been assistant cashier of the Farmers’ State Bank at Granton, treasurer of the town of York, and preached at irregular intervals in the Union church at Granton.
He is survived by his wife, and nine children, two having died in infancy. Those living are: Price, of Janesville; Miss Genevieve of Walsenburg, Col., Eldon of Visalia, Cal., Miss Twyla, of St. Paul; and Harland Galen, Laurin, Marvin, and Miss Virginia at home.
The Tribune joins the community in extending their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.
(Additional information provided by Mallory Smith)
Wilson Mallory was born 21 Jul 1871 Meaford Grey Co On to William Price Mallory and susan Jackson Hallock. (8) William Price Mallory 30 Mar 1848 Meadford Ont fisherman Disciple of Christ Church d 16 Mar 1905 Stevens Point WI ae 57= 18 Apr 1870 Meaford On Susan Jackson Hallock 6 Jan 1848 Collingwood, Nottawasaga, Ont d 4 Aug 1905 Carmen, Manitoba, Canada (James B Hallock 1827 d 1900 = Sarah Ann Elizabeth Markle 1830 d 1898) (1881 Census Parry Sound & Parry Island, Muskoka, ON CN William P Mallory 33 fisherman Disciple of Christ, Susan I 33 ON, Wilson 9 ON, James P 7 ON, Norman H 4 ON, Amy L 1 ON) A.K.A. BILLIE. W. P. OR BIG PRICE. HE AND SISTER WERE RAISED BY MATERNAL GRANDPARENTS, EVENTUALLY MOVIN G TO WISCONSIN. HE md A COUSIN. RETURNED TO ST. VINCENT AND LIVED AT CENTREVILLE AND MEAFORD WHERE HE WAS IN FISHING MAINLY. EMIGRATED TO CARMEN, MANITOBA IN 1880'S. A.K.A. BILLIE. W. P. OR BIG PRICE. DATA FROM COOK GENEALOGY by HOUSER - 1970. HE DIED SAME DAY AS HIS gD AUGHTER, OF TUBERCULOSIS. BOTH IN HER PARENTS HOME.
----Sources: 1881 Canadian Census, Parry Sound & Parry Island, Muskoka, Ontario
William P. MALLORY English male, 33 yrs. old who was born in Ontario. He was a Fisherman who belonged to the Disciples of Christ. Susan I. MALLORY English female, 33 yrs. Old, who was born in Ontario and belonged to the Disciples of Christ Wilson MALLORY English male, 9 yrs. Old who was born in Ontario and belonged to the Disciples of Christ . James P. MALLORY English male, 7 yrs. Old, who was born in Ontario and belonged to the Disciples of Christ Norman H. MALLORY English male, 4 yrs. Old, who was born in Ontario and belonged to the Disciples of Christ. Amy L. MALLORY an English female, 1 yr. Old who was born in Ontario and belonged to the Disciples of Christ
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