Emma Davis 1865–1930
This is a story of my great-grandmother Emma Davis. She was a pioneer in her day,and if anything like my grandmother, tough as nails. Maybe this is why I am who I am. Here is an article written in the Historic Kern 2010 about the journey of Emma Davis.
William Scott Wildman 1955-still firing on all 8 cylinders
This is a working copy of my life’s story. To start, I’ll be placing information here in no particular order but will later place it in chronological order. Here are the family trees from my mothers, Mary B. Wildman, side and my fathers, Donald D. Wildman, side. First from my…
Louise (Gram) Davis Wildman 1894–1985
Gram was my grandmother and Donald Dorsey Wildman was my father. Here is the Wildman Family Genealogy from my grandmother Louise D. Wildman (Gram). This document below was found in my fathers belongings. The accuracy is in question and could contain some errors.
John Taylor’s Journal from Texas to California 1864.
John Taylor’s Journal from Texas to California 1864. Here is the family tree to show that John had a son Leon. He had a daughter Phoebe Taylor Brockway and she adopted a daughter Mary Virginia Brockway my mother. She married Donald Dorsey Wildman and was renamed Mary Brockway Wildman. Here is a copy of the log written by John Taylor to document his journey to California.
1971 VW Westfalia Camper
We have owned this Westy for over 35 years. It was purchased in Long Beach, CA in 1975 from the original owners who purchased it in Wiesbaden Germany and traveled throughout Europe for a year before shipping it to California. It now has over 460,000 miles and holds great memories.