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NAME: Cocks/Cox, Henry (m. Elcy Muxlow)
OBIT: The Journal, Manson, Iowa, Wed. 9 Jul 1913
Old Resident Passes Away
Death may dissolve my body now
Card of Thanks
We wish to sincerely thank all the kind friends and neighbors for their liberal help and sympathy and also the many beautiful floral offerings during the sickness and death of our beloved husband and father.
* Correct age should be 74 years, 7 mos. and 3 days.
OBIT: (1/2 story missing, d. Calhoun County, Iowa)
...years, when they moved to the present home. Eight children, five boys and three girls, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Cox, and one died in infancy. The remaining children are: Mrs. Omer Clapsaddle of Letcher, S.D., Mrs. J. S. Smith of Pocahontas, George of Letcher, S. D., Peter, living four miles south of Manson, and Charley, Maud and Harry at home. Besides his wife and children, Mr. Cox leaves four brothers, three in England one in Illinois. The funeral services were held at the home at two-thirty, Sunday afternoon, and were conducted by Rev. McBurney of Storm Lake, who was a former pastor of Mr. Cox, who, with his wife, has been a faithful member of the Methodist church for over twenty-five years.
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF
Gone but not forgotten
* Registration District of Bourn, County of Lincoln, England, #40, Henry, born First of December 1838 Bulby, to Peter Cocks and Mary Cocks formerly Bristow