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John R Cox - Putnam Co, MO 1860 & 1870
Posted by: DEBBIE DOYLE (ID *****6171) Date: June 23, 2009 at 18:25:48
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Looking for descendents of John R COX born 2 Nov 1854 Putnam Co, MO, son of John T COX and Martha G LEWIS. Family was originally from Cumberland/Wayne/Clinton Cos, KY. John had a twin brother, James Hamilton COX.

Listed on 1860 & 1870 Putnam Co, MO censuses, but supposedly moved to Chariton Co, MO between 1870 & 1880, however I can't locate him.

Married Cordelia SCALES sometime before 1880, but unknown where. They had the following children:

Ora Ellen born 1 Oct 1880 MO
died 1 Aug 1958 Burley, Cassia Co, ID
married #1 ?
married #2 ca 1906 prob Umatilla Co, OR
to John Washington STAMPER
Moved between OR & ID between 1906 & 1920

Esthel/Ethel married unknown BRATCHER he was a doctor

John C no information

Cordelia supposedly died young in Chariton Co, MO


John's twin, James came west to Malheur Co, OR between 1880 & 1900. Had businesses in both OR & ID.

John's daughter Ora supposedly married in Umatilla Co, OR in about 1906, however there are children listed on the census that could be her's or her husband's by prior marriage. Children:

Ray H Stamper born ca 1900 OR
Clark Stamper born ca 1904 MO
Verlea Stamper born ca 1908 ID
John William Stamper born 18 Jul 1916 ID
Nina Lucile Stamper born 24 Sep 1917 OR
Dora Stamper born ca 1921 ID

Did John possibly come west also? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Debbie Doyle



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