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John "Jack" and Nora (Cummins) Wildman

From Nora Anderson’s genealogical publication, based on La Verta Thomas’ and Lynn Wildman’s research.
Also includes his obituary.

John "Jack" joined his brother Frank in leaving Canada, visiting Kansas, and relocating in Oklahoma Territory. He and Frank had the businesses in Purcell and Lexington, across the S. Canadian River. Nora Lee Cummins was attending St. Elizabeth's convent in Purcell and would stop by the store on her way home from school, where she met Jack and he fell in love with her. She was only 18, but her parents urged her to marry him, so they were wed in January 1898. Their first child, Vernon, was born in Lexington. When the Rock Island railroad came to Mountain View, he and Frank moved there to put in a cotton gin. A son, Forrest, and daughter, Vera were also born there. Later they moved to Carnegie, first to farm and then into town, where all of the children received a high school education. They then moved to Edmond, where Forrest and his mother attended college. They finally moved to Monahans, TX, where Jack had a warehouse and sold junk.

Jack died in Monahans and Nora Lee in El Paso (where she had been hospitalized with cancer), and both are buried in Monahans.


J.N. Wildman, early Carnegie resident dies in Texas Friday.

J.N. "Jack" Wildman, pioneer Carnegie resident and business man, died Friday at his home in Monahans, Texas where he and Mrs Wildman had lived the past 20 years. He was 86 yaers old.
Born in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada, Wildman had come to the United States as a young man. He was married to Nora Lee Cummins, Jan 16, 1898 in Purcell. They came to Mountain View in 1899 and later for several years lived on a farm south of Carnegie.

About 1909 the family moved into Carnegie where he was asscoiated with Fred Mauk in the dray business, later he built and operated an ice plant and for several years was a partner of Jim True in the produce and feed business. He left Carnegie about 1921 and lived in Oklahoma City several years before locating in Monahans.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Nora Wildman, at the home; a daughter Mrs. Vera W. Ferrier, Kenilworth, Illinois; and three sons, Vernon R. Aurora, Colorado; Forrest of Fort Worth; and Howard with the United States Army in Japan; and six grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
Also surviving are three brothers, Richard ( Dick ) of North Carnegie; Marmaduke Wildman of Vici; and Edward Wildman, Canada; and two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Spence and Minnie Bartley, both of Canada.

Linked toNora Lee CUMMINS; John "Jack" Nelson WILDMAN

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