|Birth: ||Aug. 16, 1783|
|Death: ||Mar. 27, 1836|
"HISTORY of Widner Township Knox County, Ind.
Written by the Senior Class of Freelandville High School as a project in English Composition under the supervision of the principal of the school and instructor in Senior English, R. R. Miller, 1926 pg. 17.
"In 1820, the brothers Johnathan and Gabrial Cox, arrived from Kentuckey. Johnathan was a member of the Baptist Church. He was a man of some education and filled the offices of Justice of the Peace and County Commissioner and also represented the County of Knox in the state Legislature. He was a professor of religion and as he grew in years, he more closely followed the Master. His death was caused by a fall from a wagon, while returning from church. The brother Gabrial lived for a few years in that first little church on the banks of Maria Creek. While living in that little church Austin Cox was born; he grew to young manhood, went through the Civil War, came home to live in Freelandville where he was Postmaster for some years. Gabrial Cox died at middle age, leaving a widow and eleven children..."
Benjamin Cox (1757 - 1829)
Sarah Piety Cox (1768 - 1840)
Nancy Gaston Cox (1799 - 1863)
Thomas P. Cox (____ - 1865)*
Benjamin F. Cox (1820 - 1845)*
Austin Piety Cox (1821 - 1904)*
Sarah Piety Cox Smith (1826 - 1888)*
Joseph D. Cox (1827 - 1912)*
Henry Clay Cox (1830 - 1907)*
Nancy Jane Cox (1832 - 1837)*
Susan Cox (1837 - 1837)*
Gabriel Squire Cox (1783 - 1836)
Susannah Cox Ballard (1785 - 1858)**
Finetta Ann Cox Arnold (1807 - 1872)*
Mariah Creek Christian Church Cemetery
Created by: Harvey Bell
Record added: Aug 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57751282