2 edition of James Cox and his descendants found in the catalog.
James Cox and his descendants
Chattie Foster Cox
1967 in [Sutherland, Neb .
Written in English
|Statement||by Chattie Cox.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.C877 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||73253316|
Since joining the Duke Law faculty in , Professor James Cox has taught about 7, students. That is almost two-thirds of the Law School’s total number of students since it was founded in His Business Associations course was described on one student evaluation as “a comedy club and a PBS news program rolled into one.”.
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James Middleton Cox (Ma – J ) was the 46th and 48th Governor of Ohio, a U.S. Representative from Ohio, and the Democratic nominee for President of the United States at the presidential running mate during his presidential campaign was future president Franklin D.
founded the chain of newspapers that continues today as Cox Enterprises, a Children: 6, including James, Anne, and Barbara. James Cox and his descendants: With families and places of residence, [Chattie Foster Cox] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Chattie Foster Cox.
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Hinson, copyright James Watkins () the son of Francis Watkins () and Elizabeth Lee Watkins () a carpenter & soldier, in Talgarth, Breconshire (Brecknockshire), Author: William A. Hinson. William Cox, and his wife, Phoebe form a story in which the ending is known but the beginning is the mystery.
A few years ago, a close Y-DNA match of the descendants of Jacob Cox, b. abtappeared at The person’s name is being withheld since permission is. The Genealogy of the Cladwell-Smart Family of Virginia and Bath County, Kentucky (): With Tracing to James Caldwell Who Emigrated from Ireland and Proved His Importation at the Orange County, Virginia Court, ; Descendants from Oliver Caldwell () and Ann Glover Smart ().
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Full text of "The Cox family in America: a history and genealogy of the older branches of the family from the appearance of its first representative in this country in " See other formats.
The book The Cox Family in America (), pp, states that "David COX and his brother, John COX, are said to have James Cox and his descendants book to this country from Scotland inanother tradition says, from Wales; and still another, that they were of Scotch-Irish descent They settled on New River, in Grayson County, four miles west of James Cox and his descendants book River.
Samuel Cox, son of Jacob Cox and (probably) Mary Coleman, was born in Halifax County, Virginia, in During his early years, his family moved back and forth across the Virginia/North Carolina border, and before he was old enough to remember, his oldest brother, Phillip was getting married.
It was a time of upheaval in the world around him. James Cox signed a similar dissent in the Broad River Settlement. Wills, Joseph Cox, Honor Cox. Joseph Cox in a low state of health signed his will Ma All property was to be divided between his wife, Honor Cox and three children: Patsy, Keziah, and ed August 3, Richmond County Wills,p A FEW YEARS BACK JIM KENNEDY wanted to commemorate his grandfather James M.
Cox, founder of Cox Enterprises, the $billion-in-sales telecom and media conglomerate still owned and run by his. JAMES HART - Family Genealogy My name is Christine Walters and I'd like to share with you, the information that we have accumulated on the James Hart family. This website is dedicated to all the descendants of James Hart.
Our line is that of James Hart, born about in South Carolina. Get this from a library. James Hart: a genealogical and historical record of his descendants (with allied families).
[Charles Gerton Hart] -- James Hart (ca. ) arrived in America before the Revolutionary War. He and his wife, Elizabeth were living in South Carolina by Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina.
His will in Lincoln County was dated 9 April and probated three months later. 25 His will names his wife Sarah, sons James L Rountree (c), and William George Rountree (c), and daughters Ann Rountree, Mary Rountree, Katherine Shaw (c), Elizabeth Landess, and Nancy Smith (c). Some descendants suggest a deceased child Mildred.
Later career. In Cox went bankrupt for the second time. Cox despatched his son John Henry to Canton, China in to sell off an accumulated stock. In Canton, both James and John Henry became partners with Daniel Beale and his brother Thomas in the firm of Cox & Beale.
Cox remained in business as a retailer, if no longer as an artist or manufacturer, until his death. Citation details: Jacob Bettis and Some of His Descendants - Febru Text: The daughter, Mary married Joseph Cox, who was the father of John, James, Isaac and Nancy, by a former marriage.
Descendants (Orphans of William Coxe): Thomas, inherited acres, 1 Sept. by Mathew Gough to William Cox and Isaac Hutchins, and assigned his interest to John Knowles, 1 Aug, John Cox, of Arrowhattocks, patented acres 29 March in Henrico County on the north side of "Harristocks" [Arrowhattocks], adjoining Capt.
Edloe. The descendants of James Carrell and Sarah Dungan, his wife, ([Hatboro, Pa., The author], ), by Ezra Patterson Carrell (page images at HathiTrust) Descendants of James Irish,and allied families, (Portland, Me., The Dingley press, inc., ), by Jennie J.
Wight Howes (page images at HathiTrust) Descendants of James Sands of Block Island. James Cox and his descendants with families and places of residence by Chattie Cox The Brothers Crawford - Colonel William,Jr., by Allen W. Cox Col. William Crawford - From River Clyde to Tymochtee and Col.
William Crawford by Grace U. Emahiser Crippen - Descendants of Elijah & Elmira Crippen by Phillip F. Junkins. Edward Coffey (d) married Ann Powell about and lived in Essex County, Virginia.
James Bluford Coffey (), a direct descen- dant, moved from Illinois to Coos County, Oregon inmarried twice and, after several moves, settled in Umatilla County, Oregon. Descendants lived in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Missouri and s: 1. Jacob Bettis and Some of His Descendants Written by Taylor Woodward Febru The following was taken from a Commemorative Biography of some of the early settlers of Harrison and Carroll Counties, a book published aroundfrom the old John Bettis Family Bible, from records at the Court House, and other sources.
bufford reynolds and his associates; pleasant vale cumberland presbyterian church and cemetery () by sherry lynn britton; the book, vernon county, missouri pioneer families, published in by the historical society; and family information from descendants of eliakim cox junior, matthew cox, hugh douglas cox, margaret cox johnson.
A James Cox is found on the Patrick County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List. James Cox is found on the and Patrick Co., Virginia U. Federal Census. "The U.S. Federal Census suggests that James Cox and his children continued to live near one another in this area as they are listed sequentially on the census page.
Books by Floyd R Cox. Inat about age twelve, William Cox arrived at James Island, Virginia, on a ship called “Godspeed”.
Over the next ten generations, he passed his male y-dna from father to son, grandson, etc., down to Caswell “Cass” McClure Cox (who died in ).
I have found y-dna results for two descendants of William. This book is about James Watkins and his many descendants who built a new life in a new world. The book contains many stories and photos of his descendants, as well as many Civil War documents and history.
Many of James Watkins' descendants married into Native American relationships during those early years in Virginia and North s: 1.
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PORTSMOUTH- Brian James Cox, 35, passed away unexpectedly on July 1, Brian touched the lives of all who knew him. Left to cherish his memory are his best friend and father, Victor Cox. James Cox Brady and his ancestry [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Four Generations of the Family of Strangeman Hutchins and His Wife Elizabeth Cox, as Known Janu An Old Virginia Family Along the James River, by Marriage Joined to Other Immigrant Families of the Colony.
Kokomo, Indiana: [s.n.], James COX of Washington County, Tenn. By user Octo at I am searching for ANY information about the James COX family of Washington County, Tenn.
I know little about his parents, and need to know the correct surname of his spouse, Mary Eva I am listing 2 generations of what I have on the family, and will APPRECIATE any additional info that.
Samuel P. Cox (Decem – Aug ) was a businessman and farmer who is best remembered as the commander of the Union troops that killed "Bloody Bill" Anderson in the Battle of Albany in the American Civil War.
An alleged attempt to assassinate Cox in in reprisal for the killing marked the first time that Frank James and Jesse James were publicly identified as outlaws. Family trees Oliver Cromwell's Descendants The Cadman Family of Derbyshire The Caldecott Family of Cheshire The Carpenter Family of Somerset The Channing Family of Somerset The Children of Adam and Eve The Colquhoun Family of Australia The Cooper Family of Norfolk The Corfield Family of Shropshire The Cox Family of Wiltshire The Crowhurst.
"James Rogers of New London, CT., and His Descendants" by James Swift Rogers. This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, written by Darrin Lythgoe Born in Clay County, Missouri, on September 5,Jesse Woodson James was the son of Kentucky native Zerelda Cole James and her husband, Robert James, a Baptist minister and slave-owning hemp.
His published works appear to be replete with lies, false data and (apparently deliberate) timeline distortions. Even his journals, which are supposedly contemporaneous sources, were manipulated by Audubon and his descendants. Yet, for more than a century, scholars have usually treated these materials as trustworthy primary sources.
Samuel Cox Jr., son of Samuel and Hannah Wierman Cox married Martha Cox, daughter of Solomon Cox (son of John Cox and Mary Garrettson). Samuel Jr. died J in Whitely Co., Kentucky.
His children do not appear to have married Quakers and the family moved from Kentucky to Livingston Co., Missouri after his death where Martha died in Captain Christoi-her Cocke1 in the year 'was the clerk of Princess Anne county (the second who held that office).
He continued to serve the county in this capacity until his death in He too left four daughters and no sons, and we lose sight of his descendants with his will. Unique Romance - James Cox. Home My Books The Cox Blog A Cox Club Story A Cox Fairytale Otherworld Contact James Who is James Cox?
Sons of Outlaws The Gentlemen Brothers Whoever should return His Majesty’s penis to normal will be named king or queen of the kingdom.He was born October 5, in Tennessee, and died June 4,at Lim Rock, Jackson County, Alabama.
His name is given as James R. Isbell in some records. Because he had a nephew (son of brother Levi) named James Richardson Isbell, some believe his name was James Richardson. James Isbell married Elizabeth.Read James Cox ’s biography, works and quotes online for free. offers the most comprehensive collection of books and writings by James Cox.