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T. Cox (#47126818)
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MargieR
RE: George Lemuel Elkins
I posted notes from George Duey Elkins on Corrine Elkins Beasley's gravestone page. You will find there the Clifton and Maurice have a mother named Frannie so Nancy needs to be removed from their gravestone pages as the mother.
Added by MargieR on Oct 20, 2017 3:52 PM
MargieR
RE: George Lemuel Elkins
I assume you mean Clifton and Maurice. Clifton was living in Miami, Florida last I know of. He has a daughter named Barbara who was a judge in Florida.
Added by MargieR on Oct 20, 2017 1:29 PM
MargieR
George Lemuel Elkins
I just noticed that you are also missing Maxine.

George Duey Elkins born July 7, 1911 and died December 14, 1987

Maxine "Margay" Elkins born August 2, 1920 and died April 2, 2009. She died in Holland so likely was also buried there.
Added by MargieR on Oct 20, 2017 12:38 PM
MargieR
George Lemuel Elkins
In your list of his children for Mr. Elkins you are missing George Duey Elkins. He is one of 3 children that he had with Nancy Bethina Cox. The other 2 are Corrine and Maxine "Margay". Maurice and Clifton are his children with a different wife. George is buried in Illinois at the Washington Memorial Garden in Homewood. His grave is in Lot 142 block 3 good shepard section.
Added by MargieR on Oct 20, 2017 12:33 PM
M. Rosine Feher
RE: Cox Family History
Something else I've been working on is the origin and introduction of the name "Rosine" into the family.
From what I can tell it was Alphonse Chable who first introduced the name into our family along with his wife Sarah Caroline Baxter.
Through my research I came across his connection to the Parmenter family and Vineland. I haven't yet been able to get a copy of Rosine's travel journal but I do know that it's out there. I did do some research on the Parmentier's and I came to learn quite a bit about their incredible family and the great works of Charity they did. But ultimately I was hoping to better understand their connection to Alphonse. How he first came to know the family and why there was such a strong connection between them? If you could help me uncover the details and mysteries of that story that still remain it would be amazing and I would be so grateful.
Talk to you soon.
M.Rosine~
Added by M. Rosine Feher on Apr 25, 2017 1:02 PM
M. Rosine Feher
contact info
My personal email address is-
sliverchick83@gmail.com

Please feel free to contact me there anytime.
Sincerely,
M.Rosine~
Added by M. Rosine Feher on Apr 25, 2017 11:46 AM
M. Rosine Feher
RE: Cox Family History
Hi,
Thank you so much for getting back to me. I appreciate it greatly. I have lots of questions in general about the family. And would treasure ANY information you have on the family line that you would care to share. More specifically at this time I'm interested in whatever records can be found on these tree men, the lives they lived and their military history.
-Capt. Louis Andre Alphonse Chable
-Pvt. Lewis Skidmore Cox Jr.
-Aaron Evans
Thank you for your time & I look forward to hearing back from you.
Respectfully,
Michele Rosine~
Added by M. Rosine Feher on Apr 25, 2017 11:41 AM
M. Rosine Feher
Cox Family History
Hello,
My name is Michele Rosine Feher and I was hoping you may be willing to discuss some of the family history with me please. I definitely have some questions and areas in which I would like some enlightenment but I also have a bit of my own info to contribute if your interested.
Thank you for your time and ALL the work you have already done to contribute to and expand the knowledge of the families history. I look forward to hearing back from you.
Sincerely,
Michele Rosine Feher~
Added by M. Rosine Feher on Apr 22, 2017 11:29 AM
 

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