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Re: James Madison Cox TX/VA
Posted by: Thomas Kerwin (ID *****3248) Date: December 07, 2010 at 06:51:28
In Reply to: James Madison Cox TX/VA by Michael Odom of 65423

I'm not related to this family.

1880 -
Name: James M. Cox
Home in 1880: Precinct 3, Gonzales, Texas
Age: 52
Estimated birth year: abt 1828
Birthplace: Virginia
Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head)
Spouse's name: Eliza Cox
Father's birthplace: Virginia
Mother's birthplace: Virginia
Occupation: Doctor & Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male

James M. Cox 52, VA
Eliza Cox 45, NC
Carroll Cox 10, TX
Idella H. Cox 9, TX
Ida Cox 8, TX
George W. Cox 6, TX
Robert E. L. Cox 4, TX

1880 -
Name: Thomas Cox [son to James]
Home in 1880: Precinct 3, Gonzales, Texas
Age: 26
Estimated birth year: abt 1854
Birthplace: Texas
Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head)
Spouse's name: Dora Cox
Father's birthplace: Virginia
Mother's birthplace: North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male

Thomas Cox 26, TX - farmer
Dora Cox 25, TX
Elizabeth K. Cox 7m, Oct. '79 TX

1870 - cannot locate Cox family

1850 & 1860 - cannot locate James Cox

Dr. James Madison Cox
b. 12 Jan 1820 in Scott, VA
d. 3 Mar 1882 in Oak Forest, Gonzales, TX
he married - 1866 Oak Forest, Gonzales, TX
Eliza B. Carroll
b. 13 May 1837 in NC
d. 17 Sep 1892 in Oak Forest, Gonzales Co, TX





WHO did Idella Hansford Cox marry?
NEED 1st name + last name + DOB + birthplace

WHO did Ida Cox marry ???
NEED 1st name + last name + DOB + birthplace

TEXAS Vital Records - info abt death records -
The Texas Vital Statistics law to register births and deaths was not passed until 1903. Texas was then and is now a dual registration state which means the local registrars retain a copy of all birth and death records for the events that take place within their jurisdiction and the state retains the original of all birth and death records for the entire State of Texas. However, the statutes for registering these events were not made mandatory until 1926. However, many local registrars did not adhere to the statutes until the late 1930ís or early 1940ís. This means some records reside only in the local registrarsí files and not with the State.


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