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Ethel Mary Horrall Cox
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Birth: May 28, 1900
Death: Jan. 4, 1976

Ethel Mary Horrall born in Washington, Daviess Co., Ind. to Albert Horrall 1850/1904 (s of Elias and Elizabeth Johnson Horrall) & his second wife, Lucy Matilda Arms 1873 (daughter of Edward & Nancy Cooper Arms). Half sister to Elmer E. Horrall 1875/1866, Howard W. Horrall 1878/1882, and Bessie May Horrall 1886/1886, sister to Frances Myrtle Horrall 1891/1892, John Franklin Horrall 1894, Ernest Scott Horrall 1903 & half sister to O. Henry Cunningham 1907.

Ethel married (1) Joseph Enoch Baugh Mar 13, 1920, this marriage ended in divorce. She married (2) Madison W. Cox, they divorced Dec 1945 and remarried May 1946.

Ethel was mother to:

Herschel Sylvester Baugh 1921/1987
Lucy Vivian Baugh Wood 1923/1989
Wanda Ernestein Baugh Benefiel 1927/1976
Minnie Irene Baugh Fletcher 1929/1959
Merland Oden Baugh 1931/2003
Iona Pearl Baugh Ellis 1933

Ethel had 18 grandchildren: Jimmy Herschel 1942, Carol Jean 1945, Lettie Arlowene 1945, Sharon Lee 1946, Mary Alice 1947, Richard Earl 1947, Danny Lee 1947, Larry 1948/1970, David Francis 1949, Gary 1951, Cheryl Diane 1953, Margaret Ann 1957, Brenda Lee 1957, James Kenton 1959, Bruce 1961, Gregory 1963, Kenny 1963, Karen 1968.

She retired from Guide Lamp in Anderson.

(Ethel loved cooking and crocheting. During the summers when the family usually visited, she would roll up her sleeves and work all day Saturdays, she would roll out dough and make home-made noodles, Pop (Madison) would kill a fresh chicken and gram would prepare it for cooking on Sunday, he would pick the corn, beans, tomatoes and potatoes, I would have to pick the gooseberries for the cobblers, gather fresh eggs for deviling. On Sundays she would cook all morning preparing the biggest feast fit for a king., once the meal was over, she would drape a cloth over the food for snacking that night, us kids would have to clean up....those were the days long gone. She crochet all her linens with pretty details and made doilies. Gram was very picky about her house and her appearance, she was stern, set in her ways and never one to reckon with.)
Family links: 
  Albert Horrall (1850 - 1904)
  Joseph Enoch Baugh (1893 - 1985)
  Madison Winford Cox (1896 - 1983)*
  Sylvester H Baugh (1921 - 1987)*
  Lucy "Vivian" Baugh Wood (1923 - 1989)*
  Wanda Ernestine Baugh Benefiel (1927 - 1976)*
  Minnie "Irene" Baugh Fletcher (1929 - 1959)*
  Howard W. Horrall (1878 - 1882)*
  Frances Myrtle Horrall (1891 - 1892)*
  Ethel Mary Horrall Cox (1900 - 1976)
*Calculated relationship
Mendon Cemetery
Madison County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Sharon Benefiel Palmer
Record added: May 10, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19327028
Ethel Mary <i>Horrall</i> Cox
Added by: Sharon Benefiel Palmer
Ethel Mary <i>Horrall</i> Cox
Added by: Sharon Benefiel Palmer
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Happy Valentines day, grandma.
- Sharon Benefiel Palmer
 Added: Feb. 14, 2012
Merry CHRISTmas grandma, I love you.
- Sharon Benefiel Palmer
 Added: Dec. 7, 2009
Happy Mother's Day, love ya gram
- Sharon Benefiel Palmer
 Added: May. 6, 2009
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