Edward Burdette Wilcox
Note: Dalton Gang member Richard "Dick" Broadwell's body was said to have been claimed by family members in Coffeyville, Kansas and taken to Hutchinson, Kansas. Edward "Burt" Wilcox was Dick Broadwell's brother-in-law. A few have said Broadwell was buried in the Broadwell family plot in Hutchinson, however, the Eastside Cemetery office states that there is no Broadwell plot in their cemetery, which means the Wilcox family plot is where the search for Dick Broadwell should start, and I think, will end.
From the Hutchinson News, dated Aug. 30, 1922;
BURT WILCOX, PIONEER OF HUTCHINSON, DEAD -
Burt Wilcox, who came to Hutchinson in the early 70's with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wilcox, died today at his home in Oklahoma City and his body will be brought here to be laid beside his parents. Services will be held at 2:30 at the Johnson's Funeral parlors tomorrow evening.
Mr. Wilcox was 65 years of age at the time of his death. He has been away from Hutchinson for many years but the family was well known in the early days, his father having built the brick building at the corner of Sherman and Main street and the Wilcox home is now occupied by the Johnson Funeral home. When it was built it was one of the finest homes in the city.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. May Broadwell Wilcox and his sister, Mrs. Nettie Beard of Long Beach, Calif.
The Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, OK), dated Aug. 30, 1922;
In Memoriam, E. B. Wilcox, 66 years old, died Tuesday afternoon at his home, 1012 W. 17th Street. He is survived by his wife, Mary E. Wilcox, and sister, Mrs. Nettie Beard of Berkeley, Cal. Funeral services will be held at Hutchinson, Kan., Thursday.