|Birth: ||Feb. 11, 1837|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 11, 1893|
William was the son of (_) Wilder and his wife (_).
WILDER siblings: Unknown.
William married Esther Elizabeth Mann B-9/6/1842 at Athens, Calhoun, Michigan. She was the daughter of Joel Phelps Mann and Mary M. Crownover.
5 WILDER children:
1. George C. Wilder B-1865.
2. Frederick W. Wilder B-1867.
3. Florence W. Wilder (11/29/1870-9/1960); m. Edwin Coates
...2 COATES children:
...1. Edwin Coates B-1899.
...2. Theodore Coates B-1906.
1940 Diego Judicial Twp., San Diego, CA:
Head Florence W. Coates F 60 Michigan
Husband Edwin L. Coates M 74 New York
Sister Rose E. Wilder F 63 Colorado
4. Clifton/Clifford Harry "Cliff" Wilder B-8/10/1873; m. Susie Hubbard Mackey on 8/19/1903 in Arapahoe, Colorado.
...2. WILDER children:
...1. Martha A. Wilder
...2. Mildred E. Wilder
5.Rose C. Wilder B-6/1878.
1880 Denver, Arapahoe, Colorado:
Self Wm. T. F. Wilder M 44 NY
Wife Esther E. Wilder F 37 MI
Son George C. Wilder M 15 Colorado,
Son Frederick W. Wilder M 13 Colorado,
Daughter Florence Wilder F 11 MI
Son Clifton Wilder M 6 Colorado
Daughter Rose E. Wilder F 2 Colorado,
1900 Jefferson Co., Colorado:
Head Frank Mann M 50 Wisconsin
Sister Esther E. Wilder F 58 MI
Nephew Clifford H. Wilder M 27 Colorado
Niece Rose E. Wilder F 21 Colorado
Niece Florence Wilder F 30 Michigan
Grand-nephew Edwin M. Coates M 1 Colorado
1910 LaJara, Conejos, Colorado:
SELF Clifton H. Wilder M 36y Colorado
WIFE Susie M. Wilder F 27y Colorado
DAU Martha A. Wilder F 4y Colorado
DAU Mildred E. Wilder F 2y Colorado
MOTH Esther E. Wilder F 67y MI
SIS Rose E. Wilder F 29y Colorado
Frank M. Wilder M 8y Colorado
1920 Araphahoe, Colorado
SELF Rose E. Wilder F 43y Colorado
MOTH Esther E. Wilder F 77y MI
CIVIL WAR service:
3rd Colo Cavalry
"Maj. William F. Wilder began military service; enlisted as a Captain Commission in Co. G, 1st Colorado Cavalry Regiment. He ended military service on 3-Jul-1863; resigned Co. G, 1st Colorado Cavalry Regiment. He began military service on 25-Aug-1864 at Denver, Denver County, Colorado; Enlisted as a Major. Commissioned Co. S, 3rd Colorado Cavalry Regiment. He ended military service on 31-Dec-1864 at Denver, Denver County, Colorado; mustered out of Co. S, 3rd Colorado Cavalry Regiment."
Compiler: David K. Conover, 8068 Crystal Vista Lane, West Jordan, Utah.
Wm F. Wilder
Event Type: Cemetery
Event Date: 10 Feb 1894
Event Place: Denver, Colorado
Affiliate Publication Title: Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans.
NOTE: Date of death above, and dates on headstone do not agree with the obituary below.
"Boulder Daily Camera" posted on Monday, February 12, 1894 for Maj. William F. Wilder:
"At his home in this city on Sunday, February 11, 1893, William F. Wilder passed away after a long illness. Deceased had been a sufferer for several months from dropsy, the immediate cause of death being heart failure. Major Wilder was well known in every section of Colorado, having come to this state in 1859 along with D.H. Moffat, Eben Smith and Jerome B. Chaffee. His geniality and courtesy were traits of conduct which attached him to a wide circle of friends. His home in this city was a happy one. His two sons, Fred and "Cliff" Wilder arrived in Boulder today. The funeral services will be conducted at the residence at 3 p.m. tomorrow and the remains will be consigned to Riverside cemetery, near Denver, the funeral procession starting from Miller's undertaking establishment. Major Wilder died on his 59th birthday, being a native of Ohio."
Contributed by Erv and Patty Hudson #47932711 on 2/26/2015 via email with obit image from newspaper.
Florence Wilder Coates (1870 - 1960)*
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Scott Braddy
Record added: Sep 30, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30208630