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The surname Wilcoxen or Wilcoxson is English, meaning the son of little Will, a pet form of William, which in turn means "resolution" or "helmet". The Wilcoxon motto is "Semper Fidelis". The armor of the Wilcoxons was borne in Blackheath, County Kent, England, by Arthur Wilcoxon, Esq., of St. German's Place. At one time there were Wilcoxons in the Cumberland area of England.
The earliest Wilcoxon in our line is John Wilcoxon, a tobacco farmer in Maryland, possibly born in Cheshire County, England.
Sub lines I am researching: Niccum
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