Timothy Erastus Wilcox
Brigadier General, United States Army
Erastus Wilcox of New York
Appointed from New York, Assistant Surgeon, 6th New York Artillery, 4 January 1865 to 11 May 1865
Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers, 25 April 1865
Honorably mustered out, 3 June 1866
Assistant Sergeon, 14 May 1867
Resigned 1 July 1868
Assistant Surgeon, 10 November 1874
Major, Surgeon, 24 February 1891
Lieutenant Colonel, Chief Surgeon of U. S. Volunteers, 7 November 1898
Honorably discharged from the volunteer service, 12 May 1899
Lieutenant Colonel, Deputy Surgeon General, U. S. Army, 7 May 1901
Dr. Wilcox was a surgeon in the US Army with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Mrs. Wilcox and her husband have been pleasantly located at government stations in the far West, as well as along the eastern coast.
Dr. Wilcox was ordered to Cuba; later the family removed to Washington, D.C., where they anticipated making their future home.
Mrs. Wilcox's severe and fatal illness made a change of climate necessary and, as advised they removed to Fort Schuyler, where she passed away. She was buried near her old home, among the hills of her childhood, in Sauquoit Valley Cemetery.
Clara B. Brown Wilcox was born 14 March 1842
at Bridgewater, New York, and died on 28 August 1899 at fort Schyler, Bronx,
New York, age 57.
WILCOX, CLARA B W/O TIMOTHY E
WILCOX, FLORENCE ELIZABETH D/O TIMOTHY E