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|I am a Middle School Special Education teacher. (I have 4 more years til retirement!) I'm trying to find out more about my mother's side of the family. For whatever reasons, the information is scant. My mother and all her brothers and sisters are dead. I have some living cousins, but I'm not sure where they are.|
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|Dwight Crowe||RE: Your Cox /Crow Family|
Her father, Samuel Howard Crow, 1865-1926, was a brother to my great grandfather, Langdon Charles Crow, 1867-1938.
|Dwight Crowe||Your Cox Family|
By chance, were your Mother's siblings Christine, J.B., Joseph William, Carmel & Horace Howard Cox JR.? Horace Howard Cox, Sr., 1900-1966, was married to Anna Crowe, 1900-1989. Anna was in my Family Line. I will be glad to help if there is a connection.
Dwight Crowe, email@example.com
|D&D||Re: your Aunts stone|
My husband and I were able to get the pictures of your Aunts headstone today.I have already applied them to her memorial page.Was wonderful to see some flowers there!If you would like any other pictures regarding to this or perhaps an old residence in the area, We would gladly get them to you!
Sincerely, Debbie & Darryl
Added by D&D on Oct 23, 2011 6:25 PM
|Richard Jordan||RE: J. W. Cox|
My grandmother was the daughter of William Robert Cox who was the son of W.F. Cox. They were from Anson County, NC. My grandmother's parents moved to Gaston County about 1900 to work in the textile mills. Every time I see the name Cox on a grave maker I take a picture. You never know when they may be a relative. I am not aware of any of my Cox family to have lived in your area. I will transfer any of the Cox memorials that are related to you if you wish.
Keep up the search.
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