Person Sheet

Name Lillian Ives Wilcox 11, W422
Birth Jul 30, 1878, Baltimore, Maryland280,281,282
Census 1880, Baltimore City District 47 (Independent City) Baltimore Co., MD283
Census 1900, Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD284
Census 1910, Baltimore 15th Ward, Baltimore Co., MD12
Census Jan 20, 1920, Radnor Twp., Delaware Co., PA285 Age: 41
Census 1930, Radnor Twp., Delaware Co., PA15
Death Nov 20, 1944, PA?286,287 Age: 66
Burial Nov 22, 1944, Valley Forge, PA287,288
Father Louis (Luis) N. Wilcox (~1851->1930)
Mother Emma Louise Ives (~1854-1942)
1 James Free Mitchell 11, M324
Birth Sep 12, 1877, Maryland285
Death Feb 9, 1941, St. Davids, PA289,290 Age: 63
Burial Feb 11, 1941, Valley Forge, PA291,292
Occupation Secretary, Maryland Casualty 1914-1915, United States Manager, General Accident Insurance 1916-1938,293
Father James Mitchell (1850-<1910)
Mother Josephine I. Free (1845-)
Marriage 1902294
Children James Free (1903-1982)
Louis Wilcox (Twin) (1907-1974)
Lillian Wilcox (Twin) (1907-1989)
Notes for Lillian Ives Wilcox
from Channel Isles or Isle of Jersey or Gurnsey - off the coast of Normandy in the English Channel.
Notes for James Free (Spouse 1)
He moved to St. Davids, PA from Baltimore in 1917289

James had a cousin Stewart Mitchell (according to Louis Mitchell Jr.) James Mitchell owned "Oak Hill Farm" in Unionville, PA in 1938286

Obituary from The Casualty Actuarial and Statiscial Society of America:
James F. Mitchell, a charter member of this Society, died at his home in St. Davids, Pennsylvania, on Sunday February 9, after an illness of about a year. He was buried in Valley Forge Memorial Cemetery on Tuesday, February 11.
Mr. Mitchell was born in Baltimore on September 12, 1877, and was educated in the public schools of that city and the City College of Baltimore. He began his insurance career in the Home Office of the Maryland Casualty Company, starting as an office boy. He early became a deep student of the casualty business and as a result of his interest and study was advanced to the position of Secretary of the company. In 1916 he resigned this position to become Assitant United States Manager of the General Accident Fire and LIfe Assurance Corporation in Philadelphia. His special attention in this company was given to underwriting and he became a recognized authority on casualty, actuarial and underwriting procedure. Much of the credit for the company's remarkable progress has been attributed to Mr. Mitchell's ability as an underwriter and on April 1, 1935, he was appointed United States Manager to succeed Mr. Frederick Richardson when the latter became Deputy Chairman of the Board in Perth, Scotland.
Mr. Mitchell was a member of many clubs and organizations, including a number associated with the insurance business. In addition he was deeply interested in the affairs of the Wayne Methodist Church and was president of the board of trustees. It is with deep regret that we record the passing of another of the charter members of this Association. We owe much to the foresight and vision of men like James F. Mitchell and are grateful to him for the sound foundation wihich he helped to build for the casualty business.295

in 1910 Census, also living in his household was James H. Todd, listed as Uncle b. about 1837 Maryland

in 1900 Census James H. Todd b. Oct 1836 living with his wife Elizabeth b. Sept 1839

in 1880 Census James H. Todd age 43 living in the household of William Ives, (Lillian Ives Mitchell's maternal grandfather) listed as border with (wife? Elizabeth Irene)

in 1870 Census Elizabeth Todd age 30 listed as Housekeeper in the home of William Ives
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