Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
| William H. Silcox William Hulme Silcox. SI, «io S West Temple, died at his residence at an undetermined undetermined time Tuesday of a coronary thrombosis. Mr. Slleox was a retired juard for Federal Reserve Bank of Sun Francisco He was born at Rlverton Sest. S, 1S69 a son or Nicholas T. and Jane Heath Silcox. and resided all his life In Rlverton and Salt Lahe City. He married Marparel Jan*. Dansle Nov. 10. 1893. In the Salt Lake temple. Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. An 5«!va church ^orh«-. Ur, S;!cos was & member of the quorum ol seveniy of Six-Sevfnth I. D S ward. Survivors include four daughters snd two sons: Mrs. ij-y Kchrlcker. Salt Lafce City; Mrs. Jessie Thtirpoocl. Bountiful- Mrs. Doris Riding >ind Mrs. A Ma Dooley ho:h pf N'or.h Hollywood. Cal.: William C Silcox. Salt Lake City: Charles B. -Si!cox. Pueblo. Co!o.; a brr-thnr XichoUx Silcox, Rlverton. six cranccbildren and etpht prpnt-rrar.tlchtlriren. Funeral services will he condurtert Saturday Saturday at 1 p.m. »t 3R E. 7th Sou!h hv Thomas S. J!ons»n. bishop of Six-Seventh ward. Ices. Burial win 'be In Sa"t'°La!te *ou- cemetery.