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From: "Nadine Holder" <>
Subject: re: [PaOldC] Thomas and Mary Cook Cox
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 15:26:34 -0700
Hank - the children of Thomas and Mary Cook Cox are well supported in
various North and South Carolina Quaker records so believe you are correct
in the children you list. The only question I have is that at Cane Creek
Monthly Meeting "5/9/1771 Thomas Cox, son of Thomas and Mary of Craven
County, South Carolina, married Thamer Davis" I question whether it would
have been written this way if Thomas was not still alive - I am thinking
hard though - I know if mothers are deceased they are not mentioned in the
Quaker marriage records of their children but I am not so sure about
fathers. The other piece of information is that Mary Cox, wife of Thomas,
died 1/17/1784 as recorded at Bush River MM in South Carolina but there is
no corresponding death record for Thomas. That coupled with his not
arriving in North Carolina with son Peter, Peter's mother and younger
children from Warrington MM makes me think you may be correct that he died
in Pennsylvania. Nadine
>From: "Henry Melrod" <>
>Subject: re: [PaOldC] Will of Mary (Fincher) Newlin
>Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 19:50:42 -0700
>Okay, I understand. I did not know about "Thomas & Sarah" Cox. I've heard
>the Cox family is known, yet unknown. The marriage date, 4/13/1739, for
>Hannah Cox never did fit with the approx. birth date my "Hannah" was
>limited to. I have seen other references to three children of Thomas &
>Elizabeth, one naming "Hannah," and I thought Mary Newlin's will might name
>the three children. At least Mary's will records there were three. Now it
>looks like an unknown child. (yes, genealogy is grand)
>I have not been able to find any records for Thomas Cox d. c.1759, in York
>Co., Pa. I think he died before his wife Mary removed with the children to
>N.C. in 1758/9.
>Heres what I have for Thomas Cox.
>Thomas was the son of John Cox, b. Sept. 24, 1665, Drayton, Berkshire, Eng.
>John Cox, son of Thomas & Christian (Mathews). John married Rachel (Embree
>Carr?) about 1687.
>According to London Grove MM records, New Garden MM was informed Thomas Cox
>& Mary Cooke married 8 mo.31, 1730, with license by a priest, probably
>at Old Swedes Church, Del. Thomas & Mary were disowned 10 mo. 26, 1730,
>they were reinstated 2 mo. 24, 1731. They had seven children that I know
>1. Mary, b. c.1732
>2. Elizabeth, (c.1734-1795), mar. 5/14/1754, David Jenkins (1732-1807),
>3. Peter, b. c.1736, mar. 1768, Deborah (Maddock) Stubbs, widow, one child
>I know of.
>4. Richard, b. c.1738, mar. 6mo. 1774, Wrightsborough MH, Columbia Co.,
>Georgia, Ann Hodgin, ten children.
>5. Thomas, Jr. (1740-1821), mar. 5/9/1771, Cane Creek MH, Orange Co.,
>N.Carolina, Thamer Davis (1749-1829), two children.
>6. Ann, b. c.1742, mar. 8/11/1774, Bush River MH, Newberry Co., S.
>Carolina, Isaac Hollingsworth, one child I know of.
>7. John, b. c.1744, mar. Jemima -----.
>Thomas Cox, with brothers, John & Richard, owned land in London Grove,
>Chester Co., in 1722. A warrant (Survey #2702) was granted to Thomas in
>East Manchester twp., York Co., for 200 acres, Mar. 30, 1738. Thomas
>received the patent Sept. 19, 1748, for 186 acres. Thomass first warrant
>(Survey #3017) in Warrington twp., York Co., was granted Jan. 12, 1743, for
>50 acres. His second warrant (Survey #3055) for 25 acres was granted July
>5, 1745. This land was for the Warrington Meeting House. His last warrant
>(Survey #3101) was granted June 11, 1750. A survey was made for this land
>May 19, 1753, by William Savage, in right of Cox, possibly Thomas died as
>early as 1753. Warrington MM records dated 4 mo. 21, 1759, say, Mary Cox
>with her children being removed and settled in Carolina with Certificates
>(Except her daughter Mary), Peter Cleaver to assist Ann Collins & Katherine
>Teaviller to prepare one. The next monthly minute record dated 5 mo. 12,
>1759, reads, Certs signed for Mary Cox & children. . .
>Hinshaws EAQG abstracts for New Garden MM, Guilford Co., N.C. read,
>1760, 10, 25. Peter (Coks) & mother & younger ch rocf Warrington MM, Pa.,
>dated 1759, 5, 12.
>I believe Thomas Cox died in Warrington and is buried in an unmarked grave
>in the cemetery at Warrington MH, York Co.
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