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Cox Family

RG3617.AM:  Cox Family

Correspondence:  1917-1918
Burchard, Pawnee County, Neb.:  WWI soldiers
Size:  1 envelope


Jerome and Clay Cox were the sons of S.K. Cox of Burchard, Pawnee County, Nebraska. During the World War I, Clay Cox served in Battery E, 127th Field Artillery and Jerome Cox was a member of Headquarters Co., 302 Tank Corps.


This collection consists of one envelope containing correspondence of Jerome Cox, 1917-1918; and correspondence of Clay Cox, 1917-1918. These letters relate to routine affairs of camp and military life at Camp Cody, New Mexico, and Camp Colt, Pennsylvania. One letter from Clay Cox was written shortly after his arrival in France in 1918.


Envelope containing:
  1. Jerome Cox correspondence, 1917-1918
  2. Clay Cox correspondence, 1917-1918



Cox family
Cox, Clay
Cox, Jerome
World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives


JEP/ht   04-05-1973
Encoded TMM   03-16-2010


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