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Hank Cox (#47134800)
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Not Forgotten
Cox/Peace
Hank,
I have some family trying now to find and get permission to see this headstones if they are still even there. I'm told that they are on private property. To be safe, we will have to get permission if we can still even figure out about where they are.
Thank you though for your interest in helping!
Added by Not Forgotten on Dec 07, 2014 4:52 PM
Dona (Carr) Mooring
Carr Transfers
Thank you so much for the Carr transfers. Welcome back to the Find A Grave family.

Your Sister in Christ,
Dona
Added by Dona (Carr) Mooring on Dec 03, 2014 8:10 PM
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James Harvey Cox
Hi Hank,
No, I have never had any luck. It is actually known as the Cox Cemetery I think. In any event, I would be so happy to have photos of these graves, especially while my mother is still here to see them. Thank you for keeping in touch.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=cox&GSmid=47093036&GRid=34714465&

Added by Not Forgotten on Nov 30, 2014 3:02 PM
Patty Cox White
Family tree Cox
Don't know if you know this but I discovered Giles & barbara Risner Cox lived in Brownies creek harlan co. ky still trying to locate their grave have you had any luck with john or giles?

found this in the wilson' family history

this is patty cox white a distant cousin in indy I thanked you a couple of years ago for photographing my maternal grandparents wilson's in lexington
Added by Patty Cox White on Jun 22, 2012 2:37 PM
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Peace Cemetery
Hank,
I am looking for an old cemetery in Bell County. It was on "the other side" of the train trussell as my mother remembers it over 60 years ago. Around the Colmar area.... Yellow Creek areas? Would you know of such a cemetery and the name of it?
My Grandfather is buried in "Colmar Creek Cemetery" but we can't find anyone that remembers which cemetery they are referring to. Any thoughts?
Thank you
Bev
Added by Not Forgotten on Jan 30, 2012 2:09 AM
Janet Herron Tucker
RE: Transfer of Manes Herron
Hi Mike,

You made my day by transferring uncle Manes to me. Thank you!

Randy Herron is my double 3rd cousin, although I never knew him. We probably know some of the same families if you went to school in London. My dad moved our family to N KY before I was born. He and my uncle Manes and a couple of their sisters all went to work at the GE plant in Ohio. Us kids missed out on getting to know many of our cousins that stayed in Laurel County.

My gratitude for all of your work on findagrave. All the best to you in California.

Janet
Added by Janet Herron Tucker on May 19, 2011 11:01 AM
Patty Cox White
Cox family tree
My g g g g grandparents were Giles & Barabara Cox, Son Joshua was my gggfather his son William Addison Cox is my g-grandfather (19 children) his son Green A. Cox was my grandfather most of these folks were from pinevile, kettle island area! Do any of these ring a bell? would love any old photos if you are from this line and have any!
Added by Patty Cox White on Apr 21, 2011 12:12 PM
Patty Cox White
Cox family tree
My g g g g grandparents were Giles & Barabara Cox, Son Joshua was my gggfather his son William Addison Cox is my g-grandfather (19 children) his son Green A. Cox was my grandfather most of these folks were from pinevile, kettle island area! Do any of these ring a bell? would love any old photos if you are from this line and have any!
Added by Patty Cox White on Apr 21, 2011 12:12 PM
Carol Oliver
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Hi Hank,
I live in Winchester, I have Robin Dixson at my home today and tomorrow. We were talking about you and wondered if you lived in Winchester or Lexington. You may email me at coliver21648@bellsouth.com
if you don't want to answer publicly. Looking for your response...Carol Anne Oliver
Added by Carol Oliver on Apr 01, 2011 5:33 PM
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James and Susie Cox
Hank,
If you do get over and try to find my great grandparents graves, I would like to ask one more thing of you. (Susie Cox, 34715137)

My mother and I were talking recently and she said when you take the last right to turn on to the road where James and Susie are buried, their was a train trussel off to the left. She says that over that train trussel, on the other side, was a small graveyard that she remembers family use to go to. She said at the time, in the 40s/50s, you couldn't get there unless you walked over the trussel. For years we have wondered about that little cemetery...does it have a name and do any stones remain to even show it existed. She had throught at one time her grandmother and grandfather Parks were buried there.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=parks&GSmid=47093036&GRid=34729607&

I have always been fascinated with Albert Parks and we have never been able to stay for sure if he is buried across that train trussel or at Turner Cemetery. I can find no record of a "Colmar Creek" cemetery.

In any event, I'm just curious if there is a way to get to the other side of that train trussel today without walking across it and if a cemetery truly exists there. If you do get over that way, I would sooooo love to hear about the "Trussel Cemetery" too. (My mother believes some of her Miracle family kin were buried there also)

Thank you,
Bev
Added by Not Forgotten on Dec 10, 2010 2:37 AM
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