Elizabeth Cowles

F, b. after 1655
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth*after 1655 Farmington, MA 

Esther Cowles

F, b. 1649
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth*1649 Farmington, MA 
Marriage*1669  

Hannah Cowles

F, b. 1644, d. 1689
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth*1644 Farmington, MA 
Death*1689  

John Cowles

M, b. 1641
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth*1641 Farmington, MA 

John Cowles

M, b. 1598, d. September 1675
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*1598  
Marriage* Farmington, MA; Principal=Hannah (?) 
Death*September 1675 Hadley, MA 

Family

Hannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Children

Mary Cowles

F, b. 1654
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*1654  
Marriage*circa 1670 Principal=Nehemiah Dickinson 
Married Name Dickinson 

Family

Nehemiah Dickinson b. 1645, d. 9 Sep 1723
Children

Samuel Cowles

M
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth* Farmington, MA 
Marriage*1661  

Sarah Cowles

F, b. 1647, d. 1676
FatherJohn Cowles b. 1598, d. Sep 1675
MotherHannah (?) b. 1613, d. c 1680
Birth*1647 Farmington, MA 
Death*1676  

Amanda Cox1

F, b. circa 1868
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1868 1 
Census*1880 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Amanda E. Cox

F, b. 26 October 1865, d. 7 October 1939
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford2 b. c 1842
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*26 October 1865 Union Twp, Davis, IA2,3 
Name Variation Tutti 
Name Variation Trudy 
Census1870 Union Twp, Davis, IA4 
Census9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA; Amda Cox2 
Census1885 Center Twp, Decatur, IA; Township: 69
Range: 25
Section: 5
Location: NW SW
5 
Marriage*19 September 1888 Leon, Decatur, Iowa, USA; Principal=Clarence Horace Waymire6 
Married Nameafter 19 September 1888 Waymire 
Census1900 Boise, ID7 
Census18 April 1910 Boise, Ada, ID8 
Census*January 1920 Boise, Ada, ID9 
Residence*1922 Long Beach, CA10 
Census8 April 1930 Boise, Ada, ID11 
Will*9 March 1939 Boise, Ada, ID; Filed in probate court 14 oct 1939 
Death*7 October 1939 Boise, Ada, ID; Certificate #:1161763 
Burial*after 7 October 1939 Plot: MHILL_MAUSC_1_3, Boise, Ada, ID12 

Family

Clarence Horace Waymire b. 27 Mar 1862, d. 8 May 1935
Marriage*19 September 1888 Leon, Decatur, Iowa, USA; Principal=Clarence Horace Waymire6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S77] Iowa Cemetery Records.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  3. [S71] Death Certificate.
  4. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  5. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  6. [S19] Reedtown, Ohio Jonathan Hunt, The Blanchard Family.
  7. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  8. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  9. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.
  10. [S140] Unknown short title.
  11. [S51] 1930 U.S. Census.
  12. [S128] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/

Amanda Melvina Cox1,2

F, b. 8 March 1847, d. 31 January 1922
FatherThomas S Cox1 b. c 1819, d. Jan 1850
MotherEveline Tandy1 b. 24 Apr 1818, d. 16 Dec 1888
Birth*8 March 1847 Holt, MO1,2 
Census*18 November 1850 Appanoose, IA1 
Married Name1869 Spicer3 
Marriage*1869 Principal=William C Spicer3 
Census1870 Chequest, Van Buren, IA3 
Census1900 Cleveland, Davis, IA4 
Census1915 Bloomfield, Davis, IA5 
Death*31 January 1922 Bloomfield, Davis, IA2 

Family

William C Spicer b. Apr 1842
Marriage*1869 Principal=William C Spicer3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  2. [S128] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  3. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  4. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  5. [S138] 1915 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  6. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Ardilla M. Cox1

F, b. circa 1867
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*circa 1867 Van Buren Twp, Wayne, IA1 
Census*9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Elizabeth Cox

F, b. 1705, d. 1746
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*1705 Somerset, NJ1 
Marriage*circa 1723 Basking Ridge, Somerset, NJ; Principal=David Sutton1 
Married Name Sutton 
Death*1746 Somerset, NJ1 

Family

David Sutton b. 31 Jul 1703, d. 19 Dec 1775
Children

Citations

  1. [S58] The Sutton Lineage, online http://www.bjhughes.org/sutton1a.html

Eva J. Cox1

F, b. circa 1863
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*circa 1863 MO1 
Census9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 
Census*9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 
Census8 April 1930 Boise, Ada, ID3 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  3. [S51] 1930 U.S. Census.

Harrison Burr Cox1

M, b. April 1880
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*April 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2,1 
Census*15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA3 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  3. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.

Henry Thomas Cox1

M, b. 24 March 1849, d. 2 January 1923
FatherThomas S Cox1 b. c 1819, d. Jan 1850
MotherEveline Tandy1 b. 24 Apr 1818, d. 16 Dec 1888
Birth*24 March 1849 Appanoose, IA1,2 
Census*18 November 1850 Appanoose, IA1 
Census9 June 1880 Chequest, Van Buren, IA; farms3 
Marriage*9 November 1893 Bloomfield, IA; Principal=Katie Cretcher 
Census1910 Valley, Douglas, WA4 
Census1920 Valley, Douglas, WA5 
Death*2 January 1923 East Wenatchee, Douglas, WA2 

Family

Katie Cretcher b. 1858, d. 16 May 1930
Marriage*9 November 1893 Bloomfield, IA; Principal=Katie Cretcher 

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  2. [S128] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  3. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  4. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  5. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.

Horace Leroy Cox1

M, b. 1886
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*1886 IA1 
Name Variation1900 Roy L2 
Census15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA2 
Census*19 April 1910 Clay Twp, Wayne, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  2. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.

Jessie M. Cox1

M, b. circa 1879
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1879 1 
Census*1880 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

John W. Cox1

M, b. circa 1865
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1865 1 

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Martha J Cox1

F, b. 1868
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*1868 1 
Census*1870 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 
Census1910 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA2 

Citations

  1. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  2. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.

Mary B. Cox1

F, b. circa 1871
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*circa 1871 Union Twp, Davis, IA1 
Census*9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 
Married Nameafter 1890 Howard3 
Marriage*after 1890 Leon, Decatur, IA; Principal=Mark R Howard3 
Census1900 Lee, Polk, IA4 
Census1910 Boise, Ada, ID5 
Census1920 Des Moines, Polk, IA6 
Census1 January 1925 Des Moines Ward 7, Polk, IA3 
Census1930 Des Moines, Polk, IA; widowed7 
Census1940 Des Moines, Polk, IA8 

Family

Mark R Howard b. c 1868
Marriage*after 1890 Leon, Decatur, IA; Principal=Mark R Howard3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  3. [S115] 1925 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  4. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  5. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  6. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.
  7. [S51] 1930 U.S. Census.
  8. [S127] 1940 U.S. Census.

Mary C Cox1

F, b. circa 1857
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1857 1 
Census*28 June 1860 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA; Burrell Twp. Page 78
This is the 1860 Federal Census for Decatur County, Iowa

LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling Houses Numbered in the Order of Visitation
FN = Families Numbered in the Order of Visitation
LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of Every Person Whose Usual Place of Abode on the 1st Day of June, 1860, was in this family
RACE = Color (White, Black or Mulatto)
OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation, or Trade of Each Male Over 15 Years of Age
REAL VAL. = Value of Real Estate Owned
PERS. VAL = Value of Personal Estate Owned
BIRTHPLACE = Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory, or Country
MRD. = Married Within the Year
SCH. = Attended School Within the Year
R/W = Persons over 20 Years of Age Who Cannot Read & Write
DDB = Whether Deaf & Dumb, Blind, Insane, Idiotic, Pauper, or Convict.
SCHEDULE 1-Free Inhabitants in Burrell Twp.; in the county of: Decatur; State of Iowa
Enumerated by me, on the 28 day of June 1860. C. G. Bridges Ass't Marshal Page No. 78

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP REAL VAL PERS VAL BIRTHPLACE MRD SCH R/W DDB

12 568 540 Cox Stephen S. 28 M Farmer 1,200 200 IN
Cox Mary 23 F IN Can't read/write
Cox Sarah 6 F IA
Cox Mary M. 3 F IA
2 

Citations

  1. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  2. [S9] 1860 U.S. Census.

Noah M. Cox1,2

M, b. circa 1861
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1861 1 
Census*1880 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  2. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.

Owen Cox1

M, b. circa 1875
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*circa 1875 Union Twp, Davis, IA1 
Census*9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Philip Cox1

M, b. ?1725
Birth*?1725 1 
Marriage*circa 1746 Principal=Hannah Tembley 

Family

Hannah Tembley b. ? c 1725

Citations

  1. [S58] The Sutton Lineage, online http://www.bjhughes.org/sutton1a.html

Philip Cox1

M
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann

Family

Hannah Trembley d. Sep 1785
Child

Citations

  1. [S38] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).

Ray Cox1

M, b. 1889
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*1889 Decatur, IA1 
Census15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA2 
Census*19 April 1910 Clay Twp, Wayne, IA3 

Citations

  1. [S79] 1895 Iowa State Census, unknown location.
  2. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  3. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.

Sarah A Cox1

F, b. 1854
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*1854 1 
Census*28 June 1860 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA; Burrell Twp. Page 78
This is the 1860 Federal Census for Decatur County, Iowa

LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling Houses Numbered in the Order of Visitation
FN = Families Numbered in the Order of Visitation
LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of Every Person Whose Usual Place of Abode on the 1st Day of June, 1860, was in this family
RACE = Color (White, Black or Mulatto)
OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation, or Trade of Each Male Over 15 Years of Age
REAL VAL. = Value of Real Estate Owned
PERS. VAL = Value of Personal Estate Owned
BIRTHPLACE = Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory, or Country
MRD. = Married Within the Year
SCH. = Attended School Within the Year
R/W = Persons over 20 Years of Age Who Cannot Read & Write
DDB = Whether Deaf & Dumb, Blind, Insane, Idiotic, Pauper, or Convict.
SCHEDULE 1-Free Inhabitants in Burrell Twp.; in the county of: Decatur; State of Iowa
Enumerated by me, on the 28 day of June 1860. C. G. Bridges Ass't Marshal Page No. 78

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP REAL VAL PERS VAL BIRTHPLACE MRD SCH R/W DDB

12 568 540 Cox Stephen S. 28 M Farmer 1,200 200 IN
Cox Mary 23 F IN Can't read/write
Cox Sarah 6 F IA
Cox Mary M. 3 F IA
2 

Citations

  1. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  2. [S9] 1860 U.S. Census.

Stephen L. Cox1

M, b. circa 1831, d. before 12 June 1919
Birth*circa 1831 IN1 
Name Variation Squire 
Residence*1851 Decatur, Iowa; Decatur County Journal
Thursday, June l2, l9l9

S.L. COX, one of Decatur County's prominent farmers and pioneer citizens, who died recently, never took a drink, cussed or smoked. The following, under a Leon date line, appeared in the Des Moines Register, Monday, concerning MR. COX:

There are reminders of the Grand River canyon down along the Grand River in Decatur County. The stream, not as fierce or as large as the Columbia, but more sparkling and delightful, winds about at the foot of high clifts and through densely wooded tracts, amid which the Indians for centuries roamed in search of game and redskin enemy. Of all the picturesque handiwork of mother nature found along the banks of the Grand, the most interesting is a miniature Garden of Eden, located near the town of Davis City, soon to be converted into a state park, selected because of its natural scenery and the wonderful legends associated therewith left us by the red man.

When the Indians knew nothing of palefaces and their inevitable firewater, they had many camps up and down the Grand River. The Fox and Sac Tribes lived among the bluffs up the river from the site of the town of Davis City, which at first was only a sawmill propelled by water power, the town not being laid out until l855.

At the base of the bluffs lies the burying ground of these Indians. Potto, the old chief, is buried on the highest peak, nearly 300 feet high, amid a typical scene of the mountain side of the Rockies, where the winding trail leads to the grave of the famous Helen Hunt Jackson. A rocky ledge overhangs this bluff, from which flows a spring of pure drinking water as cold as any mountain stream.

Slipp bluff, rising to a height of 250 feet, extends farther down the River, or about a mile from Davis City, and adjoining a tract of 200 acres adorned with native sugar maple trees--hence the name Old Indian Sugar Camp. To the north of this lies a vast stretch of valley dotted with two small lakes, the largest one being a perfect image of a horseshoe, while the smaller one forms the shape of a half moon.

From the very earliest day white settlers built their log cabins in the wilderness and settled down to make for themselves a home, the Indians being of the very peaceful and agreeable kind, mingled and traded with them.

Their most intimate friend was S.L. COX, familiarly known as "SQUIRE", who passed away only a few days ago, being 88 years old. He immigrated to Iowa in l85l and established a permanent home not far from the Indian camp, where he remained until his death. His mode of life probably accounted for his friendliness toward these Indians, as he believed in friendship with all mankind, and it was said he never made an enemy.

The most extraordinary thing, that he never drank a cup of tea or coffee, was a total abstainer of all liquors, never used tobacco in any of its forms, never indulged in a game of cards and never used profane language. He attended all the funerals of the Indians and knew where every grave was located in these bluffs.

Grand River has always furnished the best fishing, trapping and hunting this side of the Mississippi. The park will comprise about 600 acres, including for the entrance, the old Davis City Park, which has been for the past thirty years, a popular place for old soldiers' and settlers' reunion.


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Marriage*circa 1854 Principal=Mary L. ?1,2 
Census1856 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA; Burrell Township

Line Page Dw Fam Given Name Surname Age Sx Ma Di YIS Born Occupation NLV NVV Ali Mil D/D Idi LO COMMENTS

11 342 58 1 Stephen L Cox 24 M 1 5 IN Farmer 1 1 1
12 342 Mary Cox 20 F 1 5 IN
13 342 Sary Cox 3 F 3 IA
 
Census28 June 1860 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA; Burrell Twp. Page 78
This is the 1860 Federal Census for Decatur County, Iowa

LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling Houses Numbered in the Order of Visitation
FN = Families Numbered in the Order of Visitation
LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of Every Person Whose Usual Place of Abode on the 1st Day of June, 1860, was in this family
RACE = Color (White, Black or Mulatto)
OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation, or Trade of Each Male Over 15 Years of Age
REAL VAL. = Value of Real Estate Owned
PERS. VAL = Value of Personal Estate Owned
BIRTHPLACE = Place of Birth, Naming the State, Territory, or Country
MRD. = Married Within the Year
SCH. = Attended School Within the Year
R/W = Persons over 20 Years of Age Who Cannot Read & Write
DDB = Whether Deaf & Dumb, Blind, Insane, Idiotic, Pauper, or Convict.
SCHEDULE 1-Free Inhabitants in Burrell Twp.; in the county of: Decatur; State of Iowa
Enumerated by me, on the 28 day of June 1860. C. G. Bridges Ass't Marshal Page No. 78

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP REAL VAL PERS VAL BIRTHPLACE MRD SCH R/W DDB

12 568 540 Cox Stephen S. 28 M Farmer 1,200 200 IN
Cox Mary 23 F IN Can't read/write
Cox Sarah 6 F IA
Cox Mary M. 3 F IA
3 
Census1870 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA2 
Census1880 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 
Census1885 T68 R26 S12 NESW, Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA4 
Census1910 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA5 
Death*before 12 June 1919 Decatur, Iowa; Decatur County Journal
Thursday, June l2, l9l9

S.L. COX, one of Decatur County's prominent farmers and pioneer citizens, who died recently, never took a drink, cussed or smoked. The following, under a Leon date line, appeared in the Des Moines Register, Monday, concerning MR. COX:

There are reminders of the Grand River canyon down along the Grand River in Decatur County. The stream, not as fierce or as large as the Columbia, but more sparkling and delightful, winds about at the foot of high clifts and through densely wooded tracts, amid which the Indians for centuries roamed in search of game and redskin enemy. Of all the picturesque handiwork of mother nature found along the banks of the Grand, the most interesting is a miniature Garden of Eden, located near the town of Davis City, soon to be converted into a state park, selected because of its natural scenery and the wonderful legends associated therewith left us by the red man.

When the Indians knew nothing of palefaces and their inevitable firewater, they had many camps up and down the Grand River. The Fox and Sac Tribes lived among the bluffs up the river from the site of the town of Davis City, which at first was only a sawmill propelled by water power, the town not being laid out until l855.

At the base of the bluffs lies the burying ground of these Indians. Potto, the old chief, is buried on the highest peak, nearly 300 feet high, amid a typical scene of the mountain side of the Rockies, where the winding trail leads to the grave of the famous Helen Hunt Jackson. A rocky ledge overhangs this bluff, from which flows a spring of pure drinking water as cold as any mountain stream.

Slipp bluff, rising to a height of 250 feet, extends farther down the River, or about a mile from Davis City, and adjoining a tract of 200 acres adorned with native sugar maple trees--hence the name Old Indian Sugar Camp. To the north of this lies a vast stretch of valley dotted with two small lakes, the largest one being a perfect image of a horseshoe, while the smaller one forms the shape of a half moon.

From the very earliest day white settlers built their log cabins in the wilderness and settled down to make for themselves a home, the Indians being of the very peaceful and agreeable kind, mingled and traded with them.

Their most intimate friend was S.L. COX, familiarly known as "SQUIRE", who passed away only a few days ago, being 88 years old. He immigrated to Iowa in l85l and established a permanent home not far from the Indian camp, where he remained until his death. His mode of life probably accounted for his friendliness toward these Indians, as he believed in friendship with all mankind, and it was said he never made an enemy.

The most extraordinary thing, that he never drank a cup of tea or coffee, was a total abstainer of all liquors, never used tobacco in any of its forms, never indulged in a game of cards and never used profane language. He attended all the funerals of the Indians and knew where every grave was located in these bluffs.

Grand River has always furnished the best fishing, trapping and hunting this side of the Mississippi. The park will comprise about 600 acres, including for the entrance, the old Davis City Park, which has been for the past thirty years, a popular place for old soldiers' and settlers' reunion.


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Family

Mary L. ?
Marriage*circa 1854 Principal=Mary L. ?1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  2. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  3. [S9] 1860 U.S. Census.
  4. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  5. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.

Stephen L Cox1

M, b. circa 1883
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1883 1 
Census*1910 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.

Susannah Cox

F, b. 22 March 1747, d. 10 April 1831
FatherPhilip Cox
MotherHannah Trembley d. Sep 1785
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*22 March 1747 Blue Hills, Somerset, NJ1 
Marriage*1769 Somerset, NJ; Principal=Moses Sutton1 
Married Name Sutton1 
Death*10 April 1831 Lyme, Huron, Oh1 
Burial*after 10 April 1831 Sutton Cem., Hunt's Corners, Lyme, Ohio1 

Family 1

Moses Sutton b. 1735, d. 7 Dec 1827
Children

Family 2

Isaac Sutton b. 1729, d. 25 May 1799
Child

Citations

  1. [S58] The Sutton Lineage, online http://www.bjhughes.org/sutton1a.html
  2. [S57] Sutton Bible Records.

Synthia Cox1

F, b. 25 October 1883, d. 14 July 1936
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*25 October 1883 Union Twp, Davis, IA1,2 
Name Variationafter 1884 Bessie; ? possible nick name3 
Census15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA4 
Census19 April 1910 Clay Twp, Wayne, IA5 
Census2 January 1920 Humeston, Wayne, IA3 
Census*17 April 1930 Humeston, Wayne, IA6 
Death*14 July 1936 IA2 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S77] Iowa Cemetery Records.
  3. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.
  4. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  5. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  6. [S51] 1930 U.S. Census.

Thomas E. Cox1

M, b. circa 1878
FatherStephen L. Cox1 b. c 1831, d. b 12 Jun 1919
MotherMary L. ?1
Birth*circa 1878 1 
Census*1880 Burrell Twp, Decatur, IA1 

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

Thomas S Cox1

M, b. circa 1819, d. January 1850
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*circa 1819  
Marriage*24 July 1839 Jefferson, IA; Principal=Eveline Tandy1 
Death*January 1850 Appanoose, IA1 

Family

Eveline Tandy b. 24 Apr 1818, d. 16 Dec 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S80] State Historical Company Des Moines, History of Davis County, Iowa.
  2. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.

William F. C. Cox1

M, b. 15 December 1840, d. 15 August 1919
FatherThomas S Cox3 b. c 1819, d. Jan 1850
MotherEveline Tandy2 b. 24 Apr 1818, d. 16 Dec 1888
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*15 December 1840 Benton, MO1,3 
Residence*1848 Appanosse, IA3 
Census18 November 1850 Appanoose, IA2 
Residence1852 Mahaska, IA3 
Residence1855 Adair, MO3 
Residence1860 IL3 
Milit-Beg*31 May 1862 Company H, 68th Infantry Regiment Illinois; Regimental History
ILLINOIS
SIXTY-EIGHTH INFANTRY
(Three-Months)


Sixty-eighth Infantry. - Col., Elias Stuart; Lieut.-Col., Houston L. Taylor ; Maj., George W. Lackey. This regiment was enlisted in response to a call made in the early summer of 1862, for state troops to serve for the period of three months as state militia, and the muster of the regiment was effected early in June. Shortly after it was organized a petition was circulated and very generally signed by both officers and men, asking that the term of enlistment be changed from that of state militia to volunteers, and that the regiment be sent into the field. In accordance with the petition the regiment was mustered into the U. S. service, and on July 5 received march-ing orders. Leaving Camp Butler it proceeded by rail to Wheeling, W. Va., arriving there on the 7th. From there it went to Washington and was on duty in and about Alexandria, Va., until its term of enlistment had expired. It then returned to Camp Butler and was mustered out on Sept. 26.


Source: The Union Army, vol. 3
 
Marriage*6 June 1862 Principal=Mary Emily Crawford4,3 
Milit-End*26 September 1862 Camp Butler, Springfield, IL 
Census10 June 1870 Union Twp, Davis, IA5 
Census9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA; W.F.C. Cox4 
(Witness) History1882 History of Davis County, Iowa, Davis, IA; COX, W. F. C.,

farmer and stock-raiser, section 24, postoffice Troy; was born in Benton
county, Missouri, December 15, 1840; When eight years old he came with his
parents to Appanoose county, where his father died in January, 1850; two
years after, the family, he being the eldest of three children, moved to
Mahaska county, where his mother married again; they moved to Adair
county, Mo., in 1855, and he went to Illinois in 1860; he followed farming, and when the war commenced he enlisted in company H, sixty-eighth Illinois Infantry, which regiment was mustered out in October, 1862. In 1864 he came to Iowa and located on his present farm in 1869, which was then all brush, which he cleared away, making a nice farm of 70 acres. He was married in Illinois, in June, 1862, to Miss Mary Crawford.
They have had eight children: Eva J., Amanda E., Ardilla M., Wm. T., Mary
B., Owen, Harrison B. and one deceased, Hiram B. Mr. C. is a man of more than ordinary pluck and energy, and has the respect of everybody; he is a Mason, a member of Troy lodge.
3 
Census1885 Center Twp, Decatur, IA6 
Census1895 Franklin Twp, Weldon, Decatur, IA7 
Census15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA8 
Census*19 April 1910 Clay Twp, Wayne, IA9 
Death*15 August 1919 Leon Cemetery, Leon, Decatur, IA1,10 

Family

Mary Emily Crawford b. c 1842
Marriage*6 June 1862 Principal=Mary Emily Crawford4,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S77] Iowa Cemetery Records.
  2. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  3. [S80] State Historical Company Des Moines, History of Davis County, Iowa.
  4. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  5. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  6. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  7. [S79] 1895 Iowa State Census, unknown location.
  8. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  9. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  10. [S78] Civil War Pension.

William T. Cox1

M, b. circa 1869
FatherWilliam F. C. Cox1 b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
MotherMary Emily Crawford1 b. c 1842
Birth*circa 1869 Van Buren Twp, Wayne, IA1 
Census*9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA2 

Citations

  1. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  2. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.

James Averill Crafts

M, b. 16 September 1801
Birth*16 September 1801 Hartwick, Otsego, NY 
Marriage*10 November 1825 Principal=Maria Low 
Marriage*9 March 1838 Sylvania, Lucas, Ohio; Principal=Rebecca Waymire 
Death* Kansas 

Family 1

Maria Low d. 4 Jan 1837

Family 2

Rebecca Waymire b. 28 Sep 1795, d. 16 Mar 1878

Camden M Crawford1

F, b. 1853
FatherJames Bell Crawford1 b. 1814, d. 10 Jun 1864
MotherMary Jane Shaw1 b. 1822
Birth*1853 Paris, Edger, IL1 

Citations

  1. [S9] 1860 U.S. Census.

Clara E Crawford1

F, b. 1843
FatherJames Bell Crawford1 b. 1814, d. 10 Jun 1864
MotherMary Jane Shaw1 b. 1822
Birth*1843 Edgar, IL1 
Census*22 October 1850 District 19,, Edgar, Illinois1 

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.

Elvis F Crawford1

M, b. 1846
FatherJames Bell Crawford1 b. 1814, d. 10 Jun 1864
MotherMary Jane Shaw1 b. 1822
Birth*1846 1 
Census*22 October 1850 District 19,, Edgar, Illinois1 

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.

Ida Crawford1

F, b. circa 1868
FatherWilliam C Crawford1 b. 1841
MotherMary (?)1 b. c 1846
Birth*circa 1868 1 
Census*10 June 1870 Topeka Ward 2, Topeka, Shawnee, KS; Realestate sales2,1 

Citations

  1. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  2. [S129] 1865 Kansas state census, Kansas state.

James Bell Crawford1

M, b. 1814, d. 10 June 1864
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*1814 Scott, Kentucky1 
Marriage*31 March 1836 IL; Principal=Mary Jane Shaw1 
Occupation*22 October 1850 Saddler, Edgar, IL1 
Census*22 October 1850 District 19, Edgar, Illinois1 
Census5 June 1860 District 19, Edgar, Illinois2 
Residence*13 August 1862 Find A Grave Memorial# 31778255, Edgar, IL; James was admitted to the Jacksonville State Hospital for the Insane as a patient 13 Aug 1862 from Edgar County Illinois.3 
Death*10 June 1864 Jacksonville, Morgan, IL; Find A Grave Memorial# 317782553 
Burial*after 10 June 1864 Plot: West side of Prairieland Heritage Museum, South Jacksonville, Morgan, IL; Find A Grave Memorial# 317782553 

Family

Mary Jane Shaw b. 1822
Marriage*31 March 1836 IL; Principal=Mary Jane Shaw1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  2. [S9] 1860 U.S. Census.
  3. [S128] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Mary Crawford1

F, b. circa 1866
FatherWilliam C Crawford1 b. 1841
MotherMary (?)1 b. c 1846
Birth*circa 1866 Topeka, KS1 
Census*10 June 1870 Topeka Ward 2, Topeka, Shawnee, KS; Realestate sales2,1 

Citations

  1. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  2. [S129] 1865 Kansas state census, Kansas state.

Mary Emily Crawford1,2

F, b. circa 1842
FatherJames Bell Crawford3 b. 1814, d. 10 Jun 1864
MotherMary Jane Shaw3 b. 1822
ChartsPedigree Chart for Phyllis May Rathmann
Birth*circa 1842 Edgar, IL3 
Census22 October 1850 District 19,, Edgar, Illinois3 
Married Nameafter June 1862 Cox1 
Marriage*6 June 1862 Principal=William F. C. Cox1,4 
Census10 June 1870 Union Twp, Davis, IA5 
Census9 June 1880 Union Twp, Davis, IA; W.F.C. Cox1 
Census1885 Center Twp, Decatur, IA2 
Census1895 Franklin Twp, Weldon, Decatur, IA6 
Census15 June 1900 High Point Twp, Decatur, IA7 
Census19 April 1910 Clay Twp, Wayne, IA8 
Note*25 August 1919 Civil War Pension application9 
Census*2 January 1920 Humeston, Wayne, IA; Father: German
Mother: Illinois10 
Census17 April 1930 Richman Twp, Humeston, Wayne, IA11 

Family

William F. C. Cox b. 15 Dec 1840, d. 15 Aug 1919
Marriage*6 June 1862 Principal=William F. C. Cox1,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S74] 1880 U.S. Census.
  2. [S76] 1885 Iowa Census, unknown location.
  3. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  4. [S80] State Historical Company Des Moines, History of Davis County, Iowa.
  5. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.
  6. [S79] 1895 Iowa State Census, unknown location.
  7. [S49] 1900 U.S. Census.
  8. [S52] 1910 U.S. Census.
  9. [S78] Civil War Pension.
  10. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.
  11. [S51] 1930 U.S. Census.

William C Crawford1

M, b. 1841
FatherJames Bell Crawford1 b. 1814, d. 10 Jun 1864
MotherMary Jane Shaw1 b. 1822
Birth*1841 Edgar, IL1 
Census*22 October 1850 District 19,, Edgar, Illinois1 
Census10 June 1865 Topeka, Shawnee, KS; Farmer2 
Marriage*circa 1866 Principal=Mary (?)3 
Census10 June 1870 Topeka Ward 2, Topeka, Shawnee, KS; Realestate sales2,3 

Family

Mary (?) b. c 1846
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] 1850 U.S. Census.
  2. [S129] 1865 Kansas state census, Kansas state.
  3. [S53] 1870 U.S. Census.

Katie Cretcher

F, b. 1858, d. 16 May 1930
Birth*1858 IA1 
Married Name9 November 1893 Cox 
Marriage*9 November 1893 Bloomfield, IA; Principal=Henry Thomas Cox 
Census*1920 Valley, Douglas, WA1 
Death*16 May 1930 Medical Lake, Spokane, WA2 

Family

Henry Thomas Cox b. 24 Mar 1849, d. 2 Jan 1923

Citations

  1. [S3] 1920 U.S. Census.
  2. [S106] Unknown name of person, Death Registration (State Level), Washington State Death Records.

Louisa M Curtis

F, b. 1822, d. 1911
Birth*1822  
Marriage*before 1844 Principal=Levi Caldwell 
Married Namebefore 1844 Caldwell 
Death*1911  

Family

Levi Caldwell b. 1822, d. 1892
Child

Gerda Czock1

F

Family

Johannes Rohwer

Citations

  1. [S122] "Private communication -, 2007.

Aleta Dallenbach1

F
FatherJohn Christian Dallenbach1 b. 22 Dec 1881, d. 11 Aug 1975
MotherReba C Burr Bryan1 b. 15 Jun 1880, d. 13 Jun 1962

Family

(?) Dremman

Citations

  1. [S38] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).

Alice Lee Dallenbach1

F, b. 14 March 1932, d. 1941
FatherWilliam Charles Dallenbach1 b. 17 Mar 1900, d. 3 Aug 1971
MotherKathryn Lee Baynes1 b. 2 Sep 1902, d. 28 Mar 1996
Birth*14 March 1932 Champaign, IL1 
Death*1941 2 

Citations

  1. [S46] Andre L Dillenbeck and Karl M Dallenbach, Dällenbachs in America.
  2. [S85] Cemetery Marker.