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Katherine Annie Lodge Cox
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1873
Montgomery County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 5, 1911
Chardon
Geauga County
Ohio, USA

>daughter of Mason Hanks Lodge (1825-1885 OH) and Margaret Oaks (1842-1913)
>granddaughter of Jacob Hanks Lodge (1794 VA--1865 OH) and Nancy North (1800-1830)
>great-granddaughter of Jacob Lodge (1759--1851 PA) and Rosanna Hanks (1769 VA--1839 PA)
>great-great-granddaughter of Jozabad Lodge (1721 PA--1808 VA) and Catherine Strange (1732-1812)
>3rd-great-granddaughter of Robert Lodge (1660 England--d. PA) and Elizabeth (b England; d. PA)

>great-great-granddaughter of William Hanks (1739 MD--1814 PA) and Sarah Benson (1741 MD--1804 PA)
>3rd-great-granddaughter of William Hanks (1707 MD--1770 VA) and Ruth (1715-1739 MD)
>4th-great-granddaughter of Peter Hanks (1682-1733 MD) and Mary Beez (1680-1711 MD). There is some confusion whether Peter was the son or the grandson of Thomas Hanks (c1625 England--1674 VA) and Elizabeth Lee (1627-1702 MD). Thomas and Elizabeth were the direct ancestors of Nancy Hanks, mother of President Abraham Lincoln.

>3rd-great-granddaughter of William Thomas Benson and Ann Green (b 1719 MD)
>4th-great-granddaughter of Henry Green (1683-1719 MD) and Ann Saunders (b 1683 MD, dau of John Saunders and Mary)
>5th-great-granddaughter of John Green (d 1703 MD)
 
 
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  Thomas Edward Cox (1874 - 1952)
 
Burial:
Waite Hill Village Cemetery
Waite Hill
Lake County
Ohio, USA
 
Created by: skye
Record added: May 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70330250
Katherine Annie <i>Lodge</i> Cox
Added by: Brad Campbell
 
 
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