|Barbara Cox (#47464141)|
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The first burials entered by this researcher were in Dale co. AL, part of a project for the East Stake Family History Center in Jacksonville FL. All links and corrections and additions are welcomed and please let me know from the edit button if you would like a transfer of anyone in your family. |
About 2012 or so project turned to entering burials from cemeteries closer to Jacksonville, FL, using old obits that are on index cards with handwritten dates, collected by a Jax Family History Center. There have been several hand dated 1907 THAT ARE NOT. If you catch any please let me know so they can be corrected. All corrections, links, etc appreciated.
My GGrandmother Naomi Deselms Cox's diaries 1911-1938 have been transcribed to the internet and folks mentioned in her diary are in 5 virtual cemeteries. She was a farm wife in Wood Co. OH. The mainlink to the diaries is here if you are interested in that neck of the woods. A BIG THANK YOU to a handful of you who have gotten so many of these burials posted on findagrave. Wow!, how wonderful for researchers of that area!
My roots spider out from NW OH back to VA, NJ, New Eng, Canada, Wales etc) so I haunt those cemeteries from time to time: Cox, Farris, Sams, Boyd, Calvin, Carus, Bell, Jones and Smith, Underwood, Deselms, Lewis, Bentley, Pelton, Garrison, to mention a few.
Recently have been looking at the Coxes of Iowa, some related and some not. Thank you to those gravers in Iowa who have posted so many memorials making it possible to learn of the endings of those lives, and link them to their families, adding to their stories. Gotta admire those pioneers who went from there to NE, CO, and CA and OR; it's interesting to track their journeys across this great land.
THANK YOU for additions, corrections,transfer requests: please send request from the memorial EDIT at the top right of the memorial page.
Special thanks for the efforts of the many people whose memorials or photos from their own geographic area have helped far distant interested persons discover the roots of their family and friends.
All honor and respect to those million+ military men and women who have given their all in the cause of preserving us as a free nation. - Memorial Day, May 30 2016.
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|turkeygirl||RE: Thank you!|
Thank YOU for making the additions easier!
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||RE: John Cox|
It is my honor to do so. You're so welcome, Barb.
|MJD||John Emerson Cox|
Do you know, was he a dentist in east Toledo, Ohio?
Added by MJD on May 21, 2016 8:19 PM
|Marie Wingate||Emma Higginbotham Robinson|
The obit info for Emma Robinson is not quite correct. Her father was Milton Young Higginbotham (died 1874) and her mother was Martha Hunt.
Surviving sister was Ollie Remler and brother was George Drady.
I'm sure that some of the surames were hard to determine as the names were unusual.
|Bob on Gallows Hill||Joseph Peabody|
Thanks for the info. I've added it to the memorial.
|Johnny||RE: Lou Ella Peacock|
Good afternoon Barbara,
Thank you for the information. I hope all is well. Keep up the good work .
Added by Johnny on Apr 05, 2016 11:22 AM
|LV BRMNS||RE: Naomi Cox buried in Union Hill, Wood OH|
I am very busy right now, but will be contacting you soon about the Cox family.
Added by LV BRMNS on Mar 23, 2016 1:32 PM
|C Bozeman||RE: Mary and Morrison Kelly in Red Oak GA|
You are welcome..trying to mark all civil war soldiers. Read a lot of paperwork looking for a specific one..so just pass along what I find.
Thank you, Barbara, for the transfer of memorials for Jefferson D & Elizabeth Hertzog West ... I am very appreciative. I am especially impressed with how much additional information you find and add to the memorials you have created. Laudable and valuable work!!
Added by cfrank on Mar 20, 2016 11:49 AM
|Family Roots||RE: Margaret Grantham in AL|
She is my third great grandmother, so I'm trying to find more information on her.
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