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Walker - Cox Family History

Updated January 31, 2007

Gloria Jean Walker
YancyWalker@aol.com

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I started this adventure in 1996 when I got the Family Treemaker program for Christmas. It has now grown to over 10,000 names. It is so exciting to learn about my ancestors and share information. I am so thankful for the relatives that have kept this sacred information and passed it on. Some was obtained from old family bibles, and some from news articles and things saved in old boxes. I owe much to the relatives that have been so kind to take time to write about themselves and their families now. The internet has been a very valuable tool and I have met people online that I would never have know were related to me otherwise.

Some of the people in my family tree are:
Walker, Cox, Rose, (Rosa) Linville, Rust, Riley, Fittinghoff, Bringus, England, Cobb, Reinsack, Weese, Seibolt, Sebolt, Scott, Murphy, St.Clair, Huehn, DeWall, Tedrow, Dishman, Doiel, Duncan, Farmer, Green, Stephenson, Kirby, Kerby, Knapp, Kroeger, Langevin, Taylor, Todd, Tedrow, Stokes, Mellot, Milburn, Potter, Pitt, Potter, Read, Rice, Schipull, Smith, Snodgrass, Stewart, Stephenson, Staton, McGrew, Urruela, Welch, Whitcomb, Wilson, Church, Atkinson, Camelin, Campbell, Canfield, Cowan, Davis, Dewall, Edds, Ferris, Gates, Fullenwilder, Graham, Hurley, Jones,Milburn, Neil, Oldham, Reynolds, Rice, Williams, Wilson, Wood, and many more.

It has been so rewarding hearing interesting stories and collecting information. I have enjoyed and still enjoy reading them again. I hope you will be as thrilled as I have been to establish connections to relatives and add their stories to your family tree also.

If you have any information to share about any of these families I would very much like to know about it.

Sincerly,
Gloria Jean Walker

Family Photos

  • Archie Cox & Lucy Francis Bates (52 KB)
    Taken sometime before 1903. It says Harrisonville, Mo on the back of the photo. Archie married Lucy January 5, 1854. Archie was with Morgans Men in the Cival War. He was in the Southern Army and caught stealing horses. He was captured in Indianna and taken across the river as a Prisoner of War.
  • Asa Russel Rose (20 KB)
    Taken in 1938 Susanville, California Sometimes called Ace Rose.
  • Katie Rose & Russel Rose with Lyla Pauline 1919 (47 KB)
    Picture taken in 1919 of Katie & Russel with their first daughter Lyla Pauline Rose
  • James Wyatt Kirby (171 KB)
    Taken before 1927. James Wyatt Kirby was born November 21, 1849 and died August 4, 1927. He married Mary Frances Truegott Oct 15, 1884 and he married Emily May St. Clair August 22, 1870. He farmed and did trucking.
  • Russel & Katie Rose (57 KB)
    Taken in 1941
  • Howard C. Scott (39 KB)
    Born April 4, 1887 and died May 7, 1961. Picture taken before 1961. Howard married Rose M. Pitt October 23, 1907. Their children were Robert Thomas Scott, Maxine, Norma Lee, and Nadine Scott. Robert Thomas Scott married Mary Seibolt and they had Beverly Scott who married Leslie Robert Cox.
  • Eise Jacob Rust and wife (111 KB)
    Don't know when the picture was taken. It says Holland IA on the back. This must be Anka Reinsack his wife pictured with him and 2 children.
  • Robert Campbell Scott and Margaret A Frakes Family (82 KB)
    Picture taken before 1939 of the Scott family. Russ Scott, Annie M. Scott, Howard C. Scott, John Rice Scott, Margaret A. Frakes, Robert Campbell Scott, Louis (Lee) Scott, Walter D. Scott, Jennie M. Scott and Joe Addison Scott
  • Walter H. Walker (11 KB)
    April 1945 Benjamin James Walker's father.
  • The Scott Coat of Arms (110 KB)
    Motto: Trace aut face (act or be silent) Arms: Agent, 3 lions heads, erased gules Crest: Lions head, erased gules Read more about it in next section.
  • Jenny Viola Linville (26 KB)
    Not sure of date taken. Married to Walter H. Walker. Son Benjamin James Walker. Mother to Benjamin James Walker.
  • The Cox Coat of Arms (80 KB)
    Picture of the Cox Coat of Arms. Arms: two bars azure, on canton gules, a lions head erased argent. Crest: A goat heads erased azure Motto: Fide Et Fortitudine (fidelity and fortitude) Meaning of colors: Blue (stands for loyality and truth) Red (denotes military fortitude and magnimity) Argent: Silver (symbolize peace and sincerity)Authority- Burke "General Armory"
  • Benjamin James Walker (33 KB)
    Taken May 1, 1945 in England. Jim enlisted April 1, 1944 in the US Army. He was discharged March 21, 1946 with a victory ribbon,European - African - Middle East Theater Ribbon, one bronze star, one purple heart, and 2 over seas bars. He fought ought in the 117th infantry famous for the Battle of the Bulge. He was shot and wounded on January 17, 1945 in Belguim, Germany. A gunshot wound to his right chest left him with one lung. April 24, 1945 he returned to duty. He married Lillian Juanita Rose January 27, 1940.
  • News article of Helen Rose's 100th birthday 2000 (280 KB)
    This is a picture of Helen and a very interesting newspaper article about Helen celebrating her 100th birthday.
  • Frank Edward Riley (17 KB)
    Picture taken in 1941. Frank was in the Military and left San Fancisco September 7, 1940 via ship to destination unknown. He fought on Bataan and was wounded when blown out of his tank. He was taken a Prisoner of War and was tortured, starved and without medical treatment for 42 months. He was in various P.O.W. Camps in Phillipines, Korea, Japan and finally Mukden, Manchuria. He survived the sinking of 3 Japanese ships which were taking prisoners home. The ships were not marked to show they were carrying P.O.W's. He married Lyla Pauline Rose March 9, 1940. For more information see my family page. Died May 2nd, 2003 in Florida and was given a military buriel.
  • Evelyn Blunt-Rose and daughter Helen (116 KB)
    Evelyn Blunt married Asa Russell Rose about 1907. She was his 3rd or 4th wife. Helen was from a previous marriage, but raised with Russell Telford Rose (Asa's Son). Evelyn and Asa Rose had Cecil Arthur (1916)and Ben Maurice Rose (1913). Helen was born in 1900. She celebrated her 100th birthday February 2000. Russell Telford Rose was born in 1898 (2 years older than Helen). This is a nice mother-daughter photo of Evelyn and Helen when she was a very young girl.
  • The Four Rose Sisters (21 KB)
    The Rose girls were often refered to as the 4 Roses. Taken in 1948. Lyla Pauline Rose age 28, Lois Rose age 23, Francis "Fanny" Rose age 21, and Juanita Rose age 26.
  • The 7 Roses (112 KB)
    Taken about 1963. This is a picture of Katie and Russel Tilford Rose with their 4 daughters, Juanita, Lois, Francis, and Lyla Pauline Rose. Also, included is a picture of Russ Rose Jr. who was killed at age of 16.
  • George Lee Bringus (17 KB)
    Picture was taken in 1944 when George was about 22 years old. George married Lois LaVaun Rose July 1, 1943.
  • Virginia St. Clair (12 KB)
    Married Alfred E. Clarkson May 2nd 1869
 

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  • Helen Rose Memories (125 KB)
    This is transcribed from a tape that Helen made and she tells of many interesting things that happened in her younger days. She has many tales about Russel and Asa Rose. She will be 100 years old February 11, 2000
  • The Story Of Pink Hill (9 KB)
    How a little town in Missouri was born and died. It started in the late 1840's and grew so fast no body knew what to call it. There were some Pink Verbena flowers on a hill and as some men were sitting around talking, they decided to call it Pink Hill. The town is gone but Pink Hill Road is still here and located in Grain Valley, Missouri.
  • The Scott Coat of Arms (1 KB)
    The Scott Coat of Arms described in detail.
 

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