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Dorothy Cox-Woodruff (#46894865)
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I love doing family research. Some of the names I am working on are on the Cox family are: Cox, Antle, Hadley, Morris, Spainhower, to name a few. I have over 12,000 records in my file on members of the Cox family. I am also doing the following trees, Woodruff, Monnett, Hastings, Nolen, Franks, Kenoyer and Woodruff.
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Diane Darby
RE: Question
No I am not related. Just do a lot of family research and have been working on connecting families on find a grave. Thought it would help others. Her maiden name was Cranick. I believe I left an edit for a connection to her parents. My family line is Page/Darby. Her mother Roxie marries a Page. Hope this helps. Diane
Added by Diane Darby on Mar 26, 2015 10:25 AM
Syble Cline Glasscock
RE: photo
I certainly appreciate that.
Added by Syble Cline Glasscock on Feb 25, 2015 7:57 AM
Donald Briggs
Thanks! My oversight...I deleted!
Added by aisxray on Feb 24, 2015 9:16 PM
Kay Baldwin
RE: message
Thanks Dorothy for getting back to me!
Added by Kay Baldwin on Feb 10, 2015 8:21 PM
Kay Baldwin
RE: Cox, Craig family
My maternal grandmother was Bertha Mabel Cox Craig, the second wife of Malley Harwood Craig, both of them were born in Logan Arkansas and died in Haskell County, Oklahoma. Bertha died in 1971. Bertha's father was Francis Marion Cox, born in Stone County, Missouri and died in Logan County, Ark. in 1931. Her grandfather was Joseph King Cox who was born in Monroe County, Indiana in 1823 and died in Logan County, Ark. In 1899.

Malley Harwood Craig, who passed away in 1951, was the son of Benjamin F. Craig, who passed away in 1909, who was the son of James Craig who passed away in 1892. James Craig moved to Ark. From Alabama. He may have been born in Illinois or Tenn. then I hit a brick wall.

Added by Kay Baldwin on Feb 09, 2015 11:28 PM
Kay Baldwin
Cox family
Hi Dorothy! I'm writing to inquire about your Cox family. My maternal grandmother was a Cox, born in Arkansas. I'm a descendant of Solomon Cox and hope to soon add him as a patriot, as I am a DAR member. The Cox family lived in different places including N. Carolina, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Teaxas and Arkansas. Does this match any of your Cox family?

Kay Baldwin
Added by Kay Baldwin on Feb 09, 2015 8:51 PM
C Flores
RE: Amy Christensen
I'm glad to be able to help out :-)
Added by C Flores on Feb 06, 2015 12:24 AM
Marguerite Tigert
PLEASE: A burial location is needed to fill your photo request. The Sparkman Hillcrest (SH) office provides locations ONLY to family members. Please call them at 214-363-5401 and they will be glad to help you. The SH office is open on Saturday and Sunday. Let me know the location and I will be honored to fulfill your request, typically within a day or two. If you created the memorial and prefer to edit the memorial to show the plot location, that would be fine as I check the SH photo requests regularly as do other volunteers. Thanks for your assistance.
Added by BassetLover on Jan 31, 2015 2:53 PM
Lloyd Spainhower
Added by 89910340 on Jan 26, 2015 12:11 AM
Lloyd Spainhower
I misspelled his name in my last post.

Per his Missouri death certificate, he is buried in the Greenwood cemetery, in East St. Louis, Illinois. His Missouri death certificate is #45091.
Added by 89910340 on Jan 26, 2015 12:00 AM
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