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Wills. William Joseph Wills children: Maud Estella Wills, Urias Victor Wills, Herma Ethel Wills.
Wills. William Joseph Wills children: Maud Estella Wills, Urias Victor Wills, Herma Ethel Wills.
Left to right: Maud, Victor, Ethel as young adults about 1900 
 
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Wills. William Joseph Wills holding Maud Estella Wills and Nancy Permelia 'Millie' Williams Wills holding Urias Victor Wills. About 1882
Wills. William Joseph Wills holding Maud Estella Wills and Nancy Permelia "Millie" Williams Wills holding Urias Victor Wills. About 1882
 
 
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Wills. William Joseph Wills with his children about 1892
Wills. William Joseph Wills with his children about 1892
William Joseph Wills in the front. Left to Right: Herma Ethel Wills, Urias Victor Wills, Maud Estella Wills 
 
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Wills. William Thomas 'Tom' Wills 1850-1920
Wills. William Thomas "Tom" Wills 1850-1920
Status: Located;  
 
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Wills. William Wills Cabin. Wills Point, Texas
Wills. William Wills Cabin. Wills Point, Texas
The Wills Cabin Photo courtesy Melanie Eastep, April 2006
Wills built a double log cabin and expanded his land holdings. In the mid 1850s Wills took advantage of his location on the Dallas-Shreveport Road and provided lodging for travelers. Prior to the arrival of the railroad, the town had stagecoach service. The Wills Point post office was opened in 1870 and the town was platted in the early 1870s with the arrival of the Texas & Pacific Railroad. 
 
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Wills. Wills boy unknown, birthday
Wills. Wills boy unknown, birthday
 
 
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Wills. Wills brothers, Max and Ronald
Wills. Wills brothers, Max and Ronald
Loading wagon to go to school at Washington State College 1934 
 
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Wills. Wills Family Farming-Future Farmers handling the horses.
Wills. Wills Family Farming-Future Farmers handling the horses.
From Eleanor Wills Love History: At a very young age the boys, Ronald, Max and Wilford, started helping my father in the field with the horses and learned to drive them as feed them and the cows and pings. We girls soon started feeding the chickens. The barnyard was on the far side of the barn with its horse rough for watering the animals. In the summer Pap would occasionally fill it with fresh water so we could enjoy a swimming pool. To the right of the barn was the pig pens. We were know as the "Wills Elephant Ranch" because of the advertising sign on the side of the barn. 
 
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Wills. Wills Family Room and Bath and more.
Wills. Wills Family Room and Bath and more.
"Saturday night was a special night! One night a week each person in the family was sole occupant of the kitchen for the space of his bath time. Usually after Supper, which was the evening meal and made up from leftover from the noon Dinner meal with possibly a soup added or cornbread or an unfrosted pan cake with home canned fruit from our wonderful cellar, the kitchen became the bathroom. Water was heated in the copper boiler during supper. More wood and coal was put in the stove on cold nights. Chairs were grouped around the tub brought in from its stored location on the outside porch, and a blanket placed on the chairs to assist in the feeling of privacy and keep drafts off the wet body if someone had to go through the bathroom to get outside. When all was ready, the kitchen was set aside for the rotating bath schedule, generally starting with the youngest and working up through the oldest child. During cold weather the fire in the living room heater was built to allow the rest of the family space for their activities. Our kitchen was the family of today but severed even more purposes. In addition to being the bathroom, it was our Dining Room; it was our Furnace Room; it was our sewing Room; it was our Study Room; it was our Butchering Room; it was our Laundry Room; it was our Canning Room; it was our Clothes Drying Room; it was our Living Room a good part of the year. But on Saturday night just one person, or perhaps two, if two children were bathed together; occupied this multipurpose Old Fashioned Family Room for the weekly bath ritual." From Eleanor's life history. p.26 
 
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Wills. Wills family trip to Dry Falls, Washington in 1936
Wills. Wills family trip to Dry Falls, Washington in 1936
Urias Victor and Vertie Veneta Dewalt Wills and their children (young adults) trip to Dry Falls. Took the old Dodge.Note about Dry Falls: no longer carries water, but is the remnant of what was once the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth. Viewing the 3.5 miles of sheer cliffs that drop 400 feet, it is easy to imagine the roar of water pouring over them. (Niagara Falls by comparison, is one mile wide with a drop of 165 feet). Near present day Coulee City. 
 
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Wills. Wills sibling in 1972: Ronald, Anna Mae (Langer), Wilford, Eleanor (Love) Luther Max, Mary.
Wills. Wills sibling in 1972: Ronald, Anna Mae (Langer), Wilford, Eleanor (Love) Luther Max, Mary.
 
 
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Wills. Wills siblings 1985 & spouses. Edwina (Wheeler)and Max; Mary; Eleanor Wills Love and Elbert Howard Love; Front Left to right: ? ; Nellie Mae (Wilford's second wife) Wilford; Anna Mae Wills Langer
Wills. Wills siblings 1985 & spouses. Edwina (Wheeler)and Max; Mary; Eleanor Wills Love and Elbert Howard Love; Front Left to right: ? ; Nellie Mae (Wilford's second wife) Wilford; Anna Mae Wills Langer
Wills reunion in Netarts, Oregon. (Not far from Max and Edwina Wills home in Portland, Oregon 
 
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Wills. Winifred Wills 1889-1974
Wills. Winifred Wills 1889-1974
Daughter of Robert Ezra & Mary T. Elsensohn Wills (brother of William Joseph Wills). Wife of Charles E. Scott. Mother of Jane. Taken about 1903 
 
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Wilson. William 'Ed' Wilson abt 1859-1881
Wilson. William "Ed" Wilson abt 1859-1881
1st husband to Sarah Ellen "Ella" Wills (sister to William Joseph Wills, the father of Urias Victor Wills). They had one child Eula, born Dec 1882. William Ed Wilson was a sheriff and was killed on duty. 
 
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Winger. Arthur Eugene 1883-1951 & Camilla 'Millie' Hill Winger 1888-1937
Winger. Arthur Eugene 1883-1951 & Camilla "Millie" Hill Winger 1888-1937
Status: Located;  
 
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Winger. Eldon  1909-1989 & Elva Grover Winger 1911-1997
Winger. Eldon 1909-1989 & Elva Grover Winger 1911-1997
Status: Located;  
 
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Winger. Eldon & Elva Grover, back of headstone
Winger. Eldon & Elva Grover, back of headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Winger. Garl B. Winger 1942-1961
Winger. Garl B. Winger 1942-1961
Status: Located; Son of Eldon and Elva Grover Winger. 
 
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Winger. Noland Robert Winger 1939-1996
Winger. Noland Robert Winger 1939-1996
Status: Located;  
 
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Wiseman. Luther Wiseman 1911-1996
Wiseman. Luther Wiseman 1911-1996
Husband of Lucy Jane DeWalt 
 
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Yeakel, Barbara Elizabeth 1916-1981 wife of Wilford Dewalt Wills
Yeakel, Barbara Elizabeth 1916-1981 wife of Wilford Dewalt Wills
College 
 
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Yeakel. Barbara Elizabeth Yeakel at Washington State College
Yeakel. Barbara Elizabeth Yeakel at Washington State College
Married Wilford DeWalt Wills 24 June 1939 
 
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Young. Regena Joy Young Swan 1914-2007
Young. Regena Joy Young Swan 1914-2007
Wife of Kenneth Dean Swan. Photo take in 1999 for their 65th wedding anniversary in Spokane, Washington 
 
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