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COX, Joseph
(1814-1897)
EDWARDS, Catharine
(1812-1888)
GRAVES, William
(1820-1908)
RATCLIFF, Ann
(1824-1856)
COX, Charles Henry
(1844-1906)
GRAVES, Sarah Ann
(1855-1942)
COX, Lloyd Joseph
(1885-1971)

 

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Spouses/Children:
BALLENTINE, Bessie Elizabeth

COX, Lloyd Joseph 4

  • Born: 13 Aug 1885, Wyoming, Stark co., Illinois 5
  • Marriage: BALLENTINE, Bessie Elizabeth on 19 Feb 1908 in Toulon, Stark co., Illinois 1 2 3
  • Died: 18 Feb 1971, St. Joseph, Andrew/Buchanan co., Missouri at age 85
  • Buried: Osborn, Clinton co., Missouri
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bullet  Death Notes:

GFA has 1971 as death, from heart ailment. Unknown source.

bullet  Burial Notes:

GFA (unknown sources) Says "Clinton, DeKalb co., Missouri"

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Name. Joseph Lloyd Cox

Census, 1900, Essex twp., Stark co., Illinois. 6

residence, 1908, Near Diller, Jefferson co., Nebraska. 7

Newspaper, 26 Feb 1908. 8 from the Stark County News, Feb. 26, 1908: "Lloyd J. Cox and
Miss Bessie Ballentine were quietly united in marriage by Rev. Sutherland Wednesday, February 19, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Walter Taylor, of Toulon. The bride and groom, both of whom are well and favorably known in this vicinity, will depart shortly for their new home near Diller, Nebraska. The best wishes of their many friends go with them."

Newspaper, 4 Mar 1908. 8 From the Stark County News, March 4, 1908, Essex: L.J. Cox started Tuesday with his car for Diller, Nebraska.

Newspaper, 4 Mar 1908. 8 From the Stark County News, March 4, 1908: "Mrs. and Mrs. L. J. Cox spent Thursday night at Mrs. Martha Cox's."

Newspaper, 15 Jan 1908. 8 from the Stark County News, Jan. 15, 1908, Southwest Corners:
"Lloyd and Ethel Cox, of Wyoming, spent Thursday evening at Philip Beamer's."

residence, Jun 1949, Osborn, Clinton co., Missouri. 9


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Lloyd married Bessie Elizabeth BALLENTINE, daughter of James W. BALLENTINE and Elizabeth NYE, on 19 Feb 1908 in Toulon, Stark co., Illinois.1 2 3 (Bessie Elizabeth BALLENTINE was born in Sep 1887 in Illinois and died on 22 Jul 1970.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Joseph and Bessie are both buried at Osborn, Missouri.

Stark County News, Feb. 26, 1908:
"On Staruday evening J. W. Ballentine entertained a few intimate friends at his home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cox. Music was the principal feature of the evening. Light refreshments were served. Before departing the company presented the happy couple with a handsome center table."

Feb. 26, 1908, Stark County News:
"Lloyd J. Cox and Miss Bessie Ballentine were quietly united in marriage by Rev. Sutherland Wednesday, February 19, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Walter Taylor, of Toulon. The bride and groom, both of whom are well and favorable known in this vicinity, will depart shortly for their new home near Diller, Nebraska. The best wishes of their many friends go with them."

Stark County News, March 4, 1908:
"L.J. Cox started Tuesday with is car for Diller, Nebraska."

"Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cox spent Thursday night at Mrs. Martha Cox's."

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Sources


1 Stark County News, Feb. 26, 1908.

2 Stark County, Illinois Marriages January 1900 - December 1930 (Stark County Genealogical Society).

3 Joyce Mercer, Diary of Eli & Henrietta (Graves) Trimmer, Location: Stark Co. Genealogical Society Quarterly, V9 #4, p. 11, June 2001 (1906, 1907).

4 1900 Federal Census, Illinois, Stark co.

5 1900 Federal Census, Illinois, Stark co.

6 1900 Federal Census, Illinois, Stark co.

7 Stark County News.

8 Stark County News.

9 Unknown Stark co., Illinois newspaper.


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