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COX/GARRETT/LARGE/SPRIGGS/JOOS/STORER/THROCKMORTON/GENOLOGY

Updated April 12, 2009


SHARRON LYNN COX
P. O. BOX 11
ECTOR, TEXAS 75439
United States
903-961-4165
scox44@hotmail.com

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This Geneology covers my husband's family (Cox-Edwards-Brown) and my family (Spriggs, Large, Garrett, Stout, Storer, Joos, Killman) and their families. The Coxes came from Tennessee to Southern Texas (Alice and Agua Dulce)and back up to North Central Texas (Ector, where we live now). The Larges came from Tennessee down to North Central Texas ending up at Savoy, Texas. The Garretts came from Tennessee and Kentucky to the Rockwall and Terrell, Texas, area and came up to Savoy, Texas. The Spriggs family settled in Northeastern U. S., Ohio, Pennsylvania Area. The Storers came from New Jersey, New Hampshire, Maine area down to Ohio where they settled. The Joos part of the family came from Austria, Ukraine, to Canada to Wyoming, back to Pittsburg, PA. I hope you enjoy what I have managed to gather together. Also, I have gotten into the Daughters of the American Revolution through Lewis Throckmorton, the father of Sarah Throckmorton, who married Daniel Spriggs (my father's line. I tried through the Thomas Storer line, but there was a break with Samuel Storer (no records for his marriage/children). If anyone has any information on Samuel Storer, born 1757?, who served in the American Revolution, please let me know.

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