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Ziba Foote Cosby
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Birth: Apr. 2, 1855
Washington
Daviess County
Indiana, USA
Death: Dec. 27, 1947
Washington
Daviess County
Indiana, USA

Son of Washington 'Doc' Cosby & Martha Thomas.

Ziba Cosby married Sarah A McConnell on 16 Dec 1879 in Daviess County, Indiana.

This marriage was blessed with at least 7 children:

1. Clay Cosby
Spouse of Lottie Devine Cosby
2. Thomas Frank Cosby
Spouse of Hallie H Gregory Cosby
3. Altha Cosby
4. Edward Leroy Cosby
5. Flora Cosby
6. Hiram Charles Cosby
7. Henry Elmer Cosby 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Washington Cosby (1825 - 1905)
  Martha J. Thomas Cosby (1830 - 1898)
 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Alice McConnell Cosby (1852 - 1949)*
 
 Children:
  Clay E. Cosby (1880 - 1972)*
  Frank Thomas Cosby (1882 - 1961)*
  Altha Cosby (1884 - 1903)*
  Edward Leroy Cosby (1886 - 1965)*
  Flora Cosby (1888 - 1888)*
  Hiram Charles Cosby (1889 - 1909)*
  Henry Elmer Cosby (1897 - 1976)*
 
 Siblings:
  Florence M Cosby (1851 - 1870)*
  Ziba Foote Cosby (1855 - 1947)
  Grandison T Cosby (1858 - 1936)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Veale Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
Washington
Daviess County
Indiana, USA
 
Maintained by: Jean & Davis Family
Originally Created by: Viet Vet
Record added: Dec 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23266351
Ziba Foote Cosby
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Ziba Foote Cosby
Added by: Viet Vet
 
Ziba Foote Cosby
Added by: Viet Vet
 
 
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- Jean & Davis Family
 Added: Dec. 11, 2011
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- Jean & Davis Family
 Added: Nov. 6, 2011
 
 
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