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Cynthia Ann "Naunocca" Parker Cox
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Birth: 1873
Texas, USA
Death: Oct. 26, 1946
Lawton
Comanche County
Oklahoma, USA

Cynthia Ann (Parker) Cox was Emmet E. Cox's second wife. (Source: Find A Grave contributor, William Cook #47534333).

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The following obituary is from Lisa Stalnaker (#46893021):

The Lawton Constitution
Sunday, October 27, 1946
Page 1, continued on page 2

CYNTHIA COX, 74, DIES SATURDAY

Mrs. Cynthia Ann Cox, 74, well-known Comanche Indian woman and daughter of Chief Quanah Parker, died at 11:24 a.m. Saturday in a local hospital after several months' illness with a heart ailment.

Born Cynthia Ann Parker, in 1873 at Adobe Wells, Texas, she was the oldest child of Quanah Parker, last great chief of the Comanche Indians. She came to Fort Sill as a year-old baby in 1874.

The famed chief's daughter was married Jan. 26, 1893 to Emmett Edward Cox. The couple operated a store 10 miles east and three miles north of Lawton for a number of years.

Mrs. Cox was a charter member of the Dutch Reformed Comanche mission, north of Lawton, which was organized in 1907.

Survivors are five brothers, five sisters, two daughters, Mrs. Nora Davis, 918 Monroe, and Mrs. Ella Goodin, 1207 South Eighth; four sons, Joe W. Cox, Hondo, Texas; Edward H. Cox, Duncan; William M. Cox, 916 Monroe; and James M. Cox, Roswell, N.M.; 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

The brothers and sisters are White Parker, Ponca City; Baldwin Parker, Cache; Tom Parker, Fletcher; Lynn Parker, Apache; Knox Beal, Cache; Mrs. Tahmahkera, Cache; Mrs. Neda Birdsong, Cache; Mrs. Harry Page, Mrs. Ed Clark and Mrs. Alice Purdy, all of Lawton.

Services are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Comanche Mission, with Rev. Robert Chaat, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Indian section of Highland cemetery, beside the grave of Mr. Cox, who died here in 1927. Ritter Funeral Home is directing arrangements.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Quanah Parker (1845 - 1911)
  Weckeah Parker (____ - 1923)
 
 Spouse:
  Emmet Earl Cox (1852 - 1927)
 
 Children:
  Nora Cox Davis (1895 - 1984)*
  Joseph William Cox (1899 - 1966)*
  William D. Cox (1908 - 1939)*
  James Monroe Cox (1914 - 1996)*
 
 Siblings:
  Esther Parker Tabbyyetchy (____ - 1919)**
  Bessie Parker Asenap (____ - 1927)**
  Lena Parker**
  Cynthia Ann Parker Cox (1873 - 1946)
  Laura Neda Parker Birdsong (1877 - 1968)**
  Knox A. Beall (1878 - 1958)**
  Weyodee Parker Tahmahkera (1880 - 1965)*
  Honnie Parker (1882 - 1919)**
  Harold Parker (1883 - 1902)**
  Baldwin Parker (1887 - 1963)**
  Johnnie Parker (1887 - 1922)**
  Wanada Parker Page (1887 - 1970)*
  White Parker (1887 - 1956)**
  Len Parker (1888 - 1960)**
  Thomas Parker (1889 - 1975)**
  Mary Pache Parker Clark (1890 - 1952)*
  Alice Parker Purdy (1894 - 1971)*
  Kelsey Topay Parker (1899 - 1921)**
  Goverson Parker (1904 - 1906)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Highland Cemetery
Lawton
Comanche County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Indian Section
 
Created by: Trapper John
Record added: Feb 01, 2011
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Cynthia Ann Naunocca <i>Parker</i> Cox
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Cynthia Ann Naunocca <i>Parker</i> Cox
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