|Birth: ||Sep. 8, 1883|
|Death: ||Aug. 2, 1973|
When Hattie died they did not remember that there was a lot for her beside her husband, Joseph Cox, in the Johnson Station Cemetery. Her granddaughter, Shirley, donated a lot next to her first husband, Lecie Floyd Martin, PVT US Army.
Fort Worth Star Telegram
August 3, 1973
Mrs. Hattie Bell Cox, 3609 Childress, , passed away Thursday, a native of Texas, resident of Arlington and Mesquite before moving to about 75 years ago. She was a Methodist.
Survivors, Daughters Mrs. May Johnson, ; Mrs. Ruby Clem, Arlington; Mrs. Sue McFarlin, ; 18 grandchildren; a number of great-grandchildren; brother Tom Rowden, Florida. Services 11 A. M. Friday, Moore Funeral Chapel, Arlington, Rev. Bother Allen officiating, internment Parkdale Cemetery
Arrangements Hugh N Moor & Sons, 1919 North Davis, Arlington.
Hattie Bell Rowden, wife of Joseph C (Joe) Cox, Cox is the first cousin once removed of Catherine California Clementine (Callie) Rowden, wife of James Thomas Cox.
Catherine California Clementine (Callie) Rowden & James Thomas Cox are the parents of Joseph C (Joe) Cox who married Hattie Bell Rowden.
Zachariah T Rowden (1851 - 1898)
Joseph C Cox (1880 - 1947)*
Charley Cox (1901 - 1927)*
Ernest Cox (1905 - 1964)*
Mae Cox Johnston (1908 - 1974)*
Vernon Cox (1910 - ____)*
Ruby Opal Cox Clem (1911 - 1985)*
Jake Cox (1914 - 1971)*
James Thomas Cox (1918 - 1971)*
Pauline Cox (1920 - ____)*
Alford Cox (1924 - ____)*
Bonnie Sue Cox McFarlin (1926 - 1995)*
Created by: Roger Strain
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40136497