Harry A. and Margaret (McDonald) Cox, Laird, Yuma County
CHILDREN OF PANNEL T. COX AND HARRIET A. SUTTON, HIS WIFE.
i. Fannie E. Cox, — born August 4, 1856; married Leander Wood.
Children : i. Marshall 11. Clarence M.
ii. Marshal Wilder Cox,— born, October 2, 1858; unmarried.
iii. Horace J. Cox,— born, May 8, 1861 ; migrated west while in his teens and was one of the old time cow boys, undergoing the hardships and dangers of pioneer life in what was formerly known as the great American desert, now one of the most fertile regions in the United States; became an extensive dealer in live stock and real estate ; still a ranch owner, and engaged in the cattle business ; residence, McCook, Nebraska; married Margaret R. McDonald, formerly of Canada, in 1886.
Children : Elisabeth H., Hazel M., Irma E.
iv. Alice D. Cox, — born, December 31, 1863; married Arthur E. Buchanan, of Sterling, Colorado, president of the North Sterling Irrigation District.
v. Jessie J. Cox, — born, June 13, 1869; married John H. Abrams, of Moscow, Ohio, who has been identified with the White Collar Steam Boat line from Portsmouth, Ohio, to Cincinnati, and is extensively engaged in the tobacco trade.
vi. Charles M. Cox, — born, October 3. 1874; unmarried.