1. John – b. about 1756; buried 1 Oct 1818; m. Sarah Walton, of Scotland. He was a hatter, and lived and died in Middletown, Del. Co, Pa.
Children: William, James, John, Prudence, Sarah and Ann
William b. 1778, d. ? Married “Mrs Wilcox”, daughter Cathrin Willcox (1817-) I have found a William Wilcox in Lycoming, Burlington Twp, PA in the 1810 census. That is the only listing as head of household in PA. Nothing in the 1820 for PA. 6 Williams in the 1860 census in PA.
James b. 1785, d. 1886 – married Sarah Bicking 1812. He married Elizabeth Morford 13 May 1861.
John  b. 1792, d. 1882
“The three boys became famous for paper making”
Prudence – John C. Kartchner (Christopher)
Caroline – b. 11 Oct 1810
Peter Wooliver – b. 29 Aug 1812
Margaret – b. 9 Jul 1814. “She married James Webb, a Yorkshireman and blacksmith, contrary to the wishes of her father’s family.”
John C. – b. 13 Nov. 1816
Mark – b. 18 Apr 1818, d. 23 Apr. 1818
William Decatur – b. 4 May 1820 at Hartfordtown, Montgomery Co. Penn.
Sarah Ann – b. 7 Sep 1823.
Sarah – “Married to a Mr. Ellis, lived in Philadelphia until about the year 1830”
b. 1789, d. 1830
Ann – “A virtuous old maid… who lived and died at the house of her sister, Prudence, aged about forty, at a place called Manayunk, six miles west of Philadelphia” b. 1781 d. 1821
 Wm Decatur’s journal.
 From Wm. D. diary: “About this time [Sept 1823, when Sarah Ann was born] John C. moved his family to Manayunk and shortly after John Wilcox, my Mother's youngest brother, came from Bucks Co., Penn. to visit the family. He was a young man and a great musician. He had three instruments, violin, clarinet and flute, which was very amusing to me and I think brightened up the dull scenes of our home considerable.
My father worked in the Manayunk Mills and my uncle, also a paper maker, worked with him and lived with my father. It was common for men to work by piece and would generally complete their day's work by two or three o'clock and then amuse the family with the sweet strains of music of evenings. My mother also worked in the paper mill in the room called the soup picking paper and had her baby [Sarah Ann] under the bench and a touch with her foot would keep it quiet in a kind of box cradle.”
 Wm. Decatur Kartchner journal.
 The following info is from Family Search: Sarah Wilcox married George Ellis about 1810 in Middletown Township, Delaware, PA – one child listed: Elizabeth Ann Ellis (1829-)