m. 8 Sept 1868
Facts and Events
1870 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: M593_1360; Page: 314; Image: 628, h/h 278/278 Fulkerson, John S 26 farmer PA Jennie 26 PA David 1 PA Agnes 12 PA
1880 Union, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T9_1145; Family History Film: 1255145; Page: 298.4000; Enumeration District: 227; Image: 0027, h/h 67/82 p8: Fulkerson, Smith 46 teamster PA-VA-VA Jennett 46 wife PA-Scot-Scot David P. 9 son PA-PA-PA Aggie M. Pattison 24 step-dau/clerk in store PA-PA-PA Jennie Fulkerson 7 dau PA-PA-PA Sam J. R. Fulkerson 2 son PA-PA-PA
1900 Newcastle Ward 1, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T623 1426; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 100, 78 Elm St, h/h 176/182 Wick, William R Jan 1860 (40) mar 18Y PA-PA-PA lunchroom Aggie wife Feb 1860 (40) 0/0 ch PA-PA-PA millineress Fulkerson, Jennie sis-in-law Aug 1874 (25) PA-PA-PA
1910 New Castle Ward 1, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T624_1361; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 119; Image: 354, 78 Elm St, h/h 224/294 Wick, William 42 m28Y 0/0 ch PA-PA-PA paper hanger Agnes wife 44 PA-PA-PA
1920 New Castle Ward 1, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: T625_1585; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 88; Image: 824, 128 Shenango St, h/h 8/8 Wick, RT 51 PA-US-US stewart at Lawrence Club Agnes wife 50 PA-PA-PA
1930 New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania; Roll: 2060; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 69; Image: 313.0, 202 Leasure Ave, h/h 213/221 Wick, Revillian T 70 Mar@21Y PA-PA-PA no occup Agnes wife 70 mar@21Y PA-PA-PA Wallace, Jenny sister-in-law 48 widow mar@20Y PA-PA-PA Dorothy J dau 18 single PA-PA-PA
New Castle News, New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA, 2 Dec 1932, p2
Mrs. Agnes Wick, wife of RT Wick, 202 Leasure Avenue, died this morning at her home. She is survived by her husband, a sister, Mrs. JM Wallace, and 2 brothers, J Ford Fulkerson of his city and DP Fulkerson of New Brighton, and 3 nieces, Mrs. Louis Klein of New Brighton, Lenore Fulkerson and Dorothy Jean Wallace of New Castle. She was a member of the Reformed Presbyterian Church and of the Wimodausis Club. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 PM from the residence and internment will be made in Oak Park Cemetery.
Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens Lawrence County Pennsylvania Biographical Publishing Company, Buffalo, N.Y., 1897
REVILLIAN T. WICK, [p. 28] of the firm of Wick & Fulkerson, leading restauranteurs of New Castle, was born in Butler County, Pa., Oct. 30, 1858, and is a son of Jeremiah C. and Ellen J. (Coovert) Wick, grandson of James and Margaret (McDonald) Wick, and great-grandson of John Wick, who came originally from New Jersey to Butler County, where he bought a large tract of new and uncultivated land, which kept him busy for many years in clearing, living in the meanwhile in a log-house, which in the usual pioneer fashion he had erected at the first. He lived to the good old age of ninety years, was twice married, and reared a large family, but had only two boys by the first marriage—John and James.
Mr. Wick married Agnes Pattison, who was born Feb. 20, 1858, and was a daughter of J. Smith Fulkerson, grandaughter of William Fulkerson, and great-grandaughter of John Fulkerson, a native of Virginia, who came to this county. Mrs. Wick is a sister of our subject's partner, David P. Fulkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Wick live in a fine home, located at No. 78 Elm Street, built by himself in 1892. Politically, Mr. Wick is a Republican. He is a member of the Junior Order of the United American Mechanics and Woodmen of the World.