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George Cox, &John Cox & George C. Cox Family , Clark County Alabama to Texas
Posted by: Peggy McCreight (ID *****0648) Date: January 29, 2004 at 04:31:46
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I have been looking for my G-Grandfather George C. Cox for several years now with no luck. I believe possibly we may have found him in the Census Records for 1870 and 1880 Clark County, Coffeeville, Alabama. His father was listed as John Cox who was also born in Alabama in 1839-1840. His mother was Mary A. McCorquodale also from Alabama. In the 1870 Census for the same county I found John living with his father George Cox (born in Clark County also around 1816 or 1817 and died around 1896). Wifes name was Lovey White. I was wondering if you knew anything about this family, and if possibly they had migrated to Texas. I know that our George C. Cox was married to a Florence Draper in Burleson County Texas in 1893. Florence was down as a widow in the 1900 census in Burleson County, living with her father R.E.Draper, along with hers and George Cox children: My Grandfather--Richard Edward, His sister Minnie Agnes, and brother Curtis Franklin Cox. Curtis was the oldest and then it was Minnie then Richard. My grandgather was only around 2 yrs old when his father died, so he knew very little about him. We have reason to believe that George C. was born in Alabama, and that he posibly had a brother by the name of Archie.
Any info would be greatly appreciated,

Thank you,
Peggy


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