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Wilcox, NE -- U.S. village in Nebraska
Population (2000): 360
Housing Units (2000): 157
Land area (2000): 0.544044 sq. miles (1.409067 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.544044 sq. miles (1.409067 sq. km)
FIPS code: 52995
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 40.364451 N, 99.167847 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 68982
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Wilcox, NE
Wilcox -- U.S. County in Alabama
Population (2000): 13183
Housing Units (2000): 6183
Land area (2000): 888.682722 sq. miles (2301.677587 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 18.781531 sq. miles (48.643939 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 907.464253 sq. miles (2350.321526 sq. km)
Located within: Alabama (AL), FIPS 01
Location: 31.993335 N, 87.348302 W
Wilcox, AL
Wilcox County
Wilcox County, AL
Wilcox -- U.S. County in Georgia
Population (2000): 8577
Housing Units (2000): 3320
Land area (2000): 380.296287 sq. miles (984.962820 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 2.999621 sq. miles (7.768983 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 383.295908 sq. miles (992.731803 sq. km)
Located within: Georgia (GA), FIPS 13
Location: 31.962807 N, 83.450409 W
Wilcox, GA
Wilcox County
Wilcox County, GA

Wilcox may refer to:

Wilcox (surname)

Wilcox is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Abner Wilcox (1808–1869), American missionary teacher
  • Albert Spencer Wilcox (1844–1919), businessman and politician in the Kingdom of Hawaii
  • Alfred Wilcox (1884-1954), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • Alonso Wilcox (1810-1878), American politician
  • Benjamin M. Wilcox (1854–1912), New York politician
  • Cadmus M. Wilcox (1824-1890), U.S. Army officer and Confederate general in the American Civil War
  • Carlos Wilcox (1794-1827), American poet
  • Cathy Wilcox (b. 1963), Australian illustrator and cartoonist
  • Chris Wilcox (b. 1982), American professional basketball player
  • Collin Wilcox (actress) (1937–2009), American actress
  • Collin Wilcox (writer) (1924-1996), American writer
  • Daniel Wilcox (b. 1977), American football player
  • Dave Wilcox (b. 1942), American football player
  • David Wilcox (Canadian musician) (b. 1949), Canadian rock musician
  • David Wilcox (American musician) (b. ca. 1958), American folk musician
  • Desmond Wilcox (1931-2000), British TV documentary maker
  • Edgar Wilcox (1830-1917), American politician and farmer
  • Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850-1919), American author and poet
  • Frank N. Wilcox (1887-1964), American painter
  • Fred M. Wilcox (1907-1964), American film director
  • George Norton Wilcox (1839–1933), politician in the Kingdom of Hawaii
  • Harvey Henderson Wilcox (1832-1891), American real estate developer in Los Angeles area
  • Herbert Wilcox, (1890–1977), British film producer
  • Jack Wilcox (John Mitchell Wilcox) (1886–1940), English footballer
  • Jason Wilcox (b. 1971), English football player
  • Jeremy Wilcox (b. 1979), Canadian volleyball player
  • Jessica Arline Wilcox, better known as Candy Jones (1925–1990), American model
  • John Wilcox (cricketer) (b. 1940), English cricketer
  • John Allen Wilcox (1819–1864), American politician
  • John W. Wilcox, Jr. (1882-1942), American admiral
  • Jon P. Wilcox (b. ? ), American judge
  • Judith Wilcox, Baroness Wilcox (b. 1940), British noblewoman and politician
  • Julia Wilcox, fictional character from the American TV series Frasier
  • Kathi Wilcox (b. ? ), American musician
  • Larry Wilcox (b. 1947), American actor
  • Lisa Wilcox (b. 1964), American actress
  • Mat Wilcox (b. ? ), Canadian businesswoman
  • Milt Wilcox (b. 1950), American baseball player
  • Murray Wilcox, The Hon. Justice, AO,QC (b. 1937), Australian Federal Court Justice (retired)
  • Paula Wilcox (b. 1949), British actress
  • Rebecca Wilcox (b. 1980), British television presenter
  • Richie Wilcox (b. 1980), Canadian contestant on the television show Canadian Idol
  • Robert Wilcox (1558-1588), English Catholic priest, one of the Oaten Hill Martyrs
  • Robert William Wilcox (1855–1903), Hawaiian revolutionary, soldier and delegate to the United States Congress
  • Russ Wilcox (b. 1964), English professional footballer and manager
  • Simon Wilcox (b. 1976), Canadian musician, daughter of David Wilcox
  • Sophie Wilcox (b. 1975), English actress
  • Stephen Wilcox (1830-1893), American inventor of the water tube steam boiler
  • Terry Fugate-Wilcox (b. 1944), American sculptor
  • Vernon Wilcox (1918-2004), Australian politician
  • Walter Wilcox (1869-1949), Canadian mountaineer, explorer of the Canadian Rockies
  • William Wilcox (disambiguation), several people

Usage examples of "wilcox".

We wasted a whole day, and came across the Wilcoxes as we were eating our sandwiches in the public gardens.

We'll never be right in this district until Chester Wilcox has been settled, and you'll have the thanks of every lodge in the coal fields if you can down him.

Wilcox had filled up, had reappeared, and her track through the dew followed the path that he had turfed over, when he improved the garden and made it possible for games.

Frustrated, Wilcox had even gone to Lee directly, but Lee had put him at ease, shown him the latest message from Anderson, Longstreet)s first division already very close now, and the rest of the corps was not far behind.

Lanny Wilcox wasn't going to attract gold diggers on a GS-II's salary, and though there was no accounting for taste, Anna couldn't see a balding man in his fifties with the housekeeping instincts of a frat boy as anybody's idea of a sex toy.

Sandy was sitting at the dispatch desk, one hand cupped over his eyes, trying to get a word in edgeways, when Curtis Wilcox bopped in, dressed in his civvies and looking every inch the sport.

Wilcox refused to have his postprandial constitutional destroyed by an underling suddenly gone bonkers.

On the seventh try, at a place on Wilcox called Flick Stuff, a bony, simian-looking young man with a massive black hair extension and a pierced lip slouched behind a nipple-high counter.

The hock shop was on Santa Monica, near Wilcox, a quiet old-fashioned little place, washed gently by the lapping waves of time.

And as I drank my first glass of iced tea, cold and good going down my parched throat, loaded with real sugar rather than that unsatisfying artificial shit, I had time to wonder if I was doing Ned Wilcox any favors.

Joe Wilcox, Bangor's catcher, scratches out an infield hit to load the bases.

Wilcox to the minds of some men--a concentrated light upon a tiny spot, a little Ten Minutes moving self-contained through its appointed years.

Wilcox, though fully able to answer the conundrum, did not see fit to do so.

Another rock cracked viciously against the crawler as Wilcox hit the dirt on the other side, pulling Rip with him to shelter half under the machine.

Finally the orbital plot display coalesced into a single curve, and, after confirmation, Wilcox signed off.