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Re: William Cox-Eliz. Gambrell Early 1800s
Posted by: Linda Stroud Lamb Date: May 29, 2000 at 16:26:15
In Reply to: Re: William Cox-Eliz. Gambrell Early 1800s by Shawn Cox of 1296

Do any of you have a Harmon Cox in your line?
He was my gggrandfather. He married twice, both times while living in Pickens, S.C. Don't know any of his siblings names or his parents names. I have all of his children by both wives, (I think there is a total of 12 children) If you tie in with Harmon Cox, let me know and I'll share what information that I have. Thanks


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