Victoria Holland, 8 (Abigail Richmond, 7, Ichabod, 6, Sylvester, 5, Cyrus, 4, John, 3, Edward, 2, John, 1). Victoria's parents were Abigail Richmond and James Holland who resided in Murray, C.W.
Victoria (Holland) Heath Wolcott references in a message board:
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I also have the same 3 marriages for Washington Heath. I found it very interesting that within months of Ann Maria's death, Washington married Victoria Holland. They were divorced sometime before October 31, 1865 when she married Uriah Smith Wolcott in Placer Co., Calif. I haven't found any information that she was a widow--would love to know if you find something about it. My mystery is why she was in Kent County [Michigan] in the first place?
Name Washington Heath
Spouse's Name Victoria Holland
Event Date 03 Oct 1858
Event Place Kent, Michigan
Township 4, Placer, California, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1837
Event Place California, United States
Uriah S Wolcott M 38 New York
Virginia Wolcott F 33 Canada
At Gold Run, Placer County, April 22d, U. S. Wolcott, aged 39 years, a native of New York.
Eveline township, Charlevoix, Michigan, United States
Victoria Wolcott Head F 63 Canada
Lars Anderson Boarder M 57 Sweden
Name Victoria A Wolcott
Event Type Death
Event Date 01 Dec 1914
Event Place , Alameda, California, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1836
Certificate Number 35531
Victoria and Uriah Wolcott had a son, Frederick. She was interred with Frederick according to the memorial at FindAGrave.
Excerpt from the San Francisco Call 11 June 1891
A Woman's Experience in the Hydraulic Regions of Placer. Sacramento, June 10.— Mrs. Victoria Wolcott, a respectable lady who now lives in Oakland, tells a terrible story of indignities to which she was subjected on a recent visit to Gold Run. Mrs. Wolcott lived at Gold Run until about a dozen years ago. Her husband, who died some twenty years ago, was one of the pioneer settlers in the hydraulic region anl owned a claim known as the Benton and Prindle mine, which he operated until his death.