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Debra Simkin
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  • Tulsa, OK
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
McNulty, Blakesley, Neely, Barker, Worthen, Harvey, Bushong, Cox, Jackson, Hohimer, Simkin, Anderson,
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Ireland, England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
documenting family history

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At 5:50pm on September 25, 2009, Debra Simkin said…
Thanks Jay for the information, I believe that the American Indian line would be before William and Henry Cox, perhaps their Mother. I know the Hohimer's have done extensive research so if any one has that information it would be of great help. Yes William and Jane are buried in Benton County, Mo. I believe Henry and Susan are also. Again thanks for all of your valuable information
At 6:32pm on September 22, 2009, Jay Hohimer said…
The following was written by my Great Grandfather, William Elias Hohimer on January 1, 1925. You will see where the daughters (Jane ans Susan) of William Henry Hohimer and his second wife, Elizabeth Sidebottom married brothers William and Hal Cox. I think there is some confusion about the American Indian heritage. I know there was on my side of the family as we thought Elizabeth Sidebottom was Cherokee. She was not. However, William Henry Hohimer's fist wife, Rhoda Parris, was half indian.

Reminicence of William Elias Hohimer at the age of 78 years and 10 months this Jan 1st 1925.

My Grandfather on my Father’s side Wm. Hohimer of German decent. My Grandmother on Father’s side name was Elizabeth Sidebottom. To this union were born 5 sons and two daughters. Elias, William, Henry, Joe and John my Father. Daughters Jayne & Susan all lived at one time in Menard Co., Ill.

Jayne and Susan married bro’s William and Hal Cox and last heard of lived on Hogles Creek, Benton Co., MO.

William Cox, called Uncle Bill, and Aunt Jayne had three children. Henry, Bill and Jayne. Uncle Hall and Aunt Susy had four children, Bill and Hal, I have forgotten the girl’s name, and Martha she married Ferdinan Osment, a man in Jasper County Mo.. They were great for perpetuating the Family name.

My Father and his Bro Joe married sisters whose maiden name was Emily and Edith Curry. The Currys was of Scotch and French decent and Joe & Edith had three children Mary the oldest, Martha and Joe.

I never saw Grandfather and Grandmother Curry. Do not remember their names.

Grandfather Curry and Aunt Edith both died at our house when I was very small, hardly running on two yet. My mother Emily Curry Hohimer only had two sisters and no Bro’s that I remember of, Edith and Eliza. Eliza married Henry Baker from that union were born eleven children, five boys and six girls. Harriett , Levis’s mother. Emily , Nels Durham’s first wife. Janey who died on Fall River. Ziptha who married Tom Barnes of Barry CO., MO.. Mary who married John Deweese of Seneca, Newton CO., MO.. Andrew Baker married Julia Barnes and begat sons and daughters Newrite, Marrian & Mack were all killed in the Civil War. John Harvey Baker married Lizie Buffington of Colinsville and they begat sons & daughters. Lafayett the lost sheep.

John Hohimer, my Father, and Mother were born in the year 1818 in Kentucky and were married in 1838 and to this union was born eight children, six sons and two daughters. John Hohimer departed this life Feb. 1857 and was buried in the Pirk Cemetary on Burkhart Prairie Newton CO., MO. Emily Hohimer departed this life Sept 16th, 1871 and was buried at the Walter Smithers Cemetary at Twin Falls, Greenwood CO., Kansas. James Franklin Hohimer, the first born to the above union, was born Aug 24th 1840 and was killed in the Civil War.

Francis Elizabeth was born Aug 15, 1842 was married to Samson Gallemore in year 1858. One boy and two girls were born to this union, Daniel, Emily & Sarah.

Anne Liza Hohimer born March 21st 1844. Died Feb 1890. Buried in Ingalls Cemetary. She was married to Henry Smithers June 1865 to this union was born two sons and two daughters. Phillip E. Smithers, Matilda Smithers, Adda Smithers and Frank Smithers.

William Elias Hohimer was born Mar 1st 1846 was married to Margarett Catharine Woodward July 16th 1865 at Osauka, Jefferson Co., Kans. To this union was born three sons and three daughters, James Edwards Hohimer first born to the above union June 15, 1866 died Apr 1867 and was buried at Clinton Douglas County, Kans. Joanna Hohimer born Feb 23rd 1868 died Nov 30th 1879 buried at Smiths Cemetary. Nancy Melvina Hohimer, now Straughn, born Jan 2nd 1870. William Franklin Hohimer born Oct 2, 1871 Died Dec 15th 1879, buried at Smithers Cemetary. Laura Isabell now Fleming born May 10, 1873. Maggie Louretta born May 7th 1875 died Dec. 28, 1879. Buried at Smithers Cemetary. James Orvil Hohimer born Mar 25, 1877.

William E. Hohimer was married to his second wife Louvina Edline Hohimer whose maiden name was Shouse at Fredona, Wilson CO., Kans. Apr 6, 1882. One son was born to this union, Harley Henderson Hohimer July 15th, 1888, Bird Creek, Tulsa CO., Okla. Harley was married to Myrtle Ziemer July 31st, 1907 to this union were born 5 children three sons and two daughters. Glenn Edwin born Sept 23rd, 1909. Margra Louciel Born Jan 11, 1914. Mildred Serrena born June 24th 1916. John William born July 9th 1919. James Orval born July 30th 1924.

W.E. Hohimer died May 17th 1932 at Yale, Okla. Buried in Lawson Cemetery.
At 8:51pm on August 21, 2009, Rosetta Davis,JAnes said…
My mom was born and grew up in Coles co.IL and there was and still is quite a few Cox fam who came from Ky mostly around Adair co. but they are all over that part of Ky,I have seen them in Metcalfe,Warren,Barren and Greeen co Ky also.Columbia areas.
At 4:44pm on July 27, 2009, Tracy Glatz said…
Debra, I have two Cox connections in NC. First in Randolph Co., I directly descend from Quaker Coxes from the Holly Spring meeting. My ancestor, Jane Cox Johnson (1824-bef 1910), was the daughter of Jonathan Cox and Sarah Wierman Cox. Jonathan (b1795) was the son of Nathan Cox and Catherine Moffitt. Sarah (b1796) was the daughter of Charles Cox and Amy Barker.

Second are from Mitchell, Yancey and originally Burke Co. A David Cox married a Nancy McNeill, a sister to my ancestor Hector McNeill. David Cox (1799-1854) may have been the son of David Cox and a Mary Bailey. I have no proof of this other than a will transcription for his mother, Mary. That Cox line may have come from Alamance Co., NC and previously in Pennsylvania.

Let me know if you see any matches or similar locations. Thanks.
At 8:35pm on July 23, 2009, Wendi Beck said…
I found information about the Cherokee blood from info on Smokykin website for Smokey Mountain Families. I have not been able to find any of my family on registers but there are from what I have been told some Tennessee Cherokee that were never logged on any of the rolls.
At 8:38pm on July 22, 2009, Linda K. said…
Hello!

Good to hear from you! My Son in law is a Cox. He was born in St. Louis but his Dad was born in St. Joseph. His Grandma's family is from Trenton. That is as far as I can go. We don't know Grandpa's name.

Too bad you aren't related to others in my family. They are all from South MO.
At 12:55pm on July 22, 2009, Jeanie DiLeonardo said…
Hi Debra,

My Cox family has so far only traced back to my gg grandfather. His name was Robert M Cox, and he was born in Kentucky, sometime around 1814. He married Frances Adeline Garrison in Adair County, KY, on 19 May 1838. In 1840, the US Fed. Census for Green County, KY shows a Robert Cox as head of household with family members recorded as: 1 white male 20-30, 1 white female 15-20, 1 white male under 5 and 1 white female under 5 - I am pretty certain this is his family.

In 1850, the only close match I could find for the family as known was in Morgan County, IL. Family members were Robert, 35, Frances, 30, John, 11, Elizabeth, 9, Lavina (actual name was Melvina; ancestry.com transcribed & indexed it as "Janna"), 7, William, 6, Samuel, 2. There is a family listed right before them headed by a William Cox, 45, born in Virginia. The rest of his household is: William, 17, Samuel, 13, Franklin, 11, Nancy, 7. I have always wondered if they were related, especially since Robert later had a son whom he named Franklin (my great-grandfather).

In 1860, Robert's family is still in Morgan County. John and Elizabeth are gone from the household, and there are 2 unexplained boys living there, Charles and John, in between sons William and Samuel. The also have added a son, James. No sign of William's family.

In 1870, Robert's family has moved to Sangamon County.

It doesn't sound to me like there is any direct connection between my Cox family and yours without further information. There is one intriguing bit, though: I have Robert's son William (the 6 year old in the 1860 census, born in KY) as possibly being the same William V. Cox who married a Margaret Virginia Hohimer in 1874 in Sangamon County. They lived mostly in Sangamon County, but for the 1910 census were in Adams County. I'm trying to find the GEDCOM my distant cousin sent me to see if he is the source of this information. It certainly bears re-examination - I may have the wrong man attached to my William. Or - it could be a total coincidence. :o !

Good luck in your research - if you find anything that connects to my information, please let me know.
 
 
 

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