John Edward Cox
M, b. 1908
M, b. 1900
- Leslie Cox was born in 1900 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Albert Marlborough Cox and Margaret Ann Applegrath.
- At the age of 28 years, Leslie Cox married Ellen Eleanor Crapp in 1928 in Brisbane, Queensland.
- Leslie Cox and Ellen Eleanor Crapp appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Nutgrove. Leslie was a farmer.
Miriam Ann Cox
F, b. circa 1840, d. 1925
Sydney Percy Cox
M, b. circa 1900
M, b. June 1869, d. 27 January 1953
- Timothy Cox's birth was registered in the Horncastle, Lincolnshire Registration District in the June 1869 Quarter.
- He was the son of Anthony Cox and Sarah Thorndyke.
- Timothy Cox and Willey Cox immigrated to Queensland on 21 July 1888. Timothy, aged 18 years, and William aged 21 travelled on the Waroonga which sailed from London on 28 May 1888. They could both read and write and were farm labourers from Lincoln. Timothy worked on a sheep station south of Toowoomba before selecting land at Gowrie Flat.
- At the age of 29 years and 10 months, Timothy Cox married Elizabeth Wilkin, daughter of William Wilkin and Eliza Wilkin, on 28 April 1899 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
- Timothy Cox and Elizabeth Wilkin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Timothy was a farmer.
- On 15 November 1921 Tim was mentioned in The Brisbane Courier :- "CROW'S NEST. A valedictory was tendered to Mr. M. Lalor, of the Railway Department, who is retiring after 47 years service. Mr. P. O'Connor presided, and spoke eulogistically of the guest. He was supported by Messrs. It. J. M'Collim, Ray White, F. C. Jefferson, H. Batt, Sergt. J. Rice, W. Gray (loco, branch), T. Cox (maintenance branch), and others. Councillor A. T. Littleton (chairman of the Crow's Nest Shire Council), on behalf of the residents, presented Mr. Lalor with a wallet of notes. Mr. Lalor responded."
- Timothy Cox appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Emu Creek Road, Crow's Nest. Tim was a labourer. Elizabeth's address was Pechey.
- On 8 October 1950,his wife, Elizabeth Wilkin died in Toowoomba, Queensland.
- Timothy Cox died on 27 January 1953 at age 83.
- He was buried on 28 January 1953 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
M, b. 1904, d. 28 December 1967
- Timothy Cox was born in 1904 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Timothy Cox and Elizabeth Wilkin.
- Timothy Cox and William Cox appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Emu Creek Road, Crow's Nest. They were both labourers.
- Timothy Cox died on 28 December 1967 in Queensland.
- He was buried on 29 December 1967 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
M, b. December 1866, d. December 1934
- Willey Cox's birth was registered in the Horncastle, Lincolnshire Registration District in the December 1866 Quarter.
- He was the son of Anthony Cox and Sarah Thorndyke.
- Willey Cox and Timothy Cox immigrated to Queensland on 21 July 1888. Timothy, aged 18 years, and William aged 21 travelled on the Waroonga which sailed from London on 28 May 1888. They could both read and write and were farm labourers from Lincoln. Timothy worked on a sheep station south of Toowoomba before selecting land at Gowrie Flat.
- At the age of 30 years, Willey Cox married Anna Maria Ehlers, daughter of Nicholous Ehlers and Wilhelimine Santowski, in 1897 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
- Willey Cox and Anna Maria Ehlers appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Willie was a farmer.
- Willey Cox died in December 1934 in Monto, Queensland.
M, b. 1903, d. 21 April 1975
- William Cox was born in 1903 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Timothy Cox and Elizabeth Wilkin.
- William Cox and Timothy Cox appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Emu Creek Road, Crow's Nest. They were both labourers.
- William Cox appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Grand Hotel, Crow's Nest. He was a labourer.
- William Cox died on 21 April 1975 in Queensland.
- He was buried on 24 April 1975 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
William Arthur Cox
M, b. 5 March 1908, d. 23 January 1988
- Charts: Descendants of John Burgess
- William Arthur Cox was born on 5 March 1908 in Ulverstone, Tasmania. He was the son of Richard Cox and Sophia.
- At the age of 19 years, 5 months and 10 days, William Arthur Cox married Nellie Burgess, daughter of Edwin Burgess and Harriet Ramskill, on 15 August 1927 in Tasmania.
- On 11 June 1980,his wife, Nellie Burgess died in Ulverstone, Tasmania, at age 73.
- William Arthur Cox died on 23 January 1988 in Ulverstone, Tasmania, at age 79.
- He was buried in Ulverstone Cemetery.
William Herbert Cox
M, b. 1907, d. 1962
Nellie Emma Coy
F, b. 1898, d. 1983
- Nellie Emma Coy was born in 1898 in Queensland. She was the daugther of Frederick Coy and Alice Anne Pegg.
- At the age of 25 years, Nellie Emma Coy married Albert John Matthews, son of Alexander Matthews and Mary Elizabeth Andrews, in 1923 in Queensland. Nellie moved to Warwick before 1930 where she appears to have remained until her death.
- Nellie Emma Coy and Albert John Matthews appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Pinelands. Albert was a farmer.
- On 13 July 1933,her husband, Albert John Matthews died in Pinelands, Queensland, at age 45. He died on his family's property.
- Nellie Emma Coy died in 1983 in Queensland.
Agnes Selina Cozens
F, b. 1883, d. 1964
Amy Grace Cozens
F, b. 1885, d. 15 March 1975
Ann Elizabeth Cozens
F, b. 1876, d. 5 August 1966
M, b. 1834, d. 10 April 1894
- Justice of Peace: Other JP's
- Benjamin Cozens was born in 1834 in Haversfordwest, Wales. He was the son of John Cozens and Elizabeth Francis.
- He immigrated to Victoria in 1859. He settled in the Oxley district where he farmed for 18 years before moving his family to the Murrumbidgee River in NSW where he went into grazing.
- Benjamin Cozens married Anne Elizabeth Bevan circa 1870.
- Around 1882 the family moved to Queensland where Benjamin purchased 2000 acres of land at Cooby Creek from John Russell and set up a dairy farm.
- Benjamin Cozens died on 10 April 1894 in Queensland. After Ben's death the family moved to Toowoomba.
- He was buried in Highfields Baptist Cemetery.
- Benjamin Cozens's orbituary appeared in the local paper. It read:- "...The remains of the late Benjamin Cozens, J.P. of Cooby Creek, were conveyed to their last resting place in the graveyard of the Highfield's Baptist Church on Thursday last. The deceased gentleman had been suffering for some time from an affection of the heart, but it was not until a few weeks ago that any fear of a fatal result was entertained. Dr McDonald attended him constantly during the last fortnight of his illness, but little or no relief could be given, and he finally passed away at half-past five on Wednesday evening in the presence of his wife and family. The funeral left the residence of the deceased at two pm the procession being one of the largest ever witnessed in the district. The Rev. E. Barnett, of the Toowoomba Baptist Church, officiated at the grave, having previously conducted a short service in the local church wherein he addressed words of comfort and sympathy to the bereaved family, taking for his text the 1327th Psalm, part of the second verse. Mr Cozens was born at Haverfordwest, South Wales, and was at the time of his death 60 years of age. He left the old country in 1859 to try his fortune in the Oxley district, Victoria, where he settled down to farming operations. After 18 years of Victorian life, during which he gleaned much useful knowledge in agriculture, he removed with his family to the banks of the Murrumbidgee in New South Wales where he started a large grazing farm. Four years later, believing that Queensland afforded a better field for the dairying industry, he finally removed to this colony, and purchased about 2.000 acres of magnificent grazing land from Mr John Russell, of Cooby Creek. For the past twelve years he has carried on a large dairying business, and , notwithstanding the severe droughts which have been experienced in the colony during that period, has met with tolerable success, He employed the latest and most improved machinery for the working of the dairy, and took a leading position amongst the dairymen on the Downs, He held the position of Justice of the Peace for many years with credit to himself and the district, and proved a friend to all with whom he came in contact. He leaves a wife and then young children to mourn their loss, and the greatest sympathy is felt for them in their sad bereavement throughout the district. His surviving brothers are Mr W Cozens, ex-Inspector of the Dective Force, Liverpool, England Mr D Cousins, Officer HM Customs of the same place, and two brothers in Victoria."
Children of Benjamin Cozens and Anne Elizabeth Bevan
- Edith Emma Cozens b. 1875, d. 21 September 1947
- Ann Elizabeth Cozens b. 1876, d. 5 August 1966
- Ruth Darlington Cozens b. 1877, d. 1976
- Harriet Letita Cozens b. 1879, d. 10 February 1967
- Daniel Benjamin Cozens b. 1881, d. 13 September 1952
- Agnes Selina Cozens b. 1883, d. 1964
- Amy Grace Cozens b. 1885, d. 15 March 1975
- Hugh Stowell Cozens b. 5 August 1887, d. 29 September 1974
- Matthew Henry Cozens b. 1889, d. 20 August 1970
- Charlotte Josephine Cozens b. 1892
Charlotte Josephine Cozens
F, b. 1892
Daniel Benjamin Cozens
M, b. 1881, d. 13 September 1952
- Daniel Benjamin Cozens was born in 1881 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Benjamin Cozens and Anne Elizabeth Bevan.
- At the age of 32 years, Daniel Benjamin Cozens married Minnie Sanders in 1913 in Queensland.
- Daniel Benjamin Cozens died on 13 September 1952 in Queensland.
- He was buried on 15 September 1952 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. BC2-002-0040.
Edith Emma Cozens
F, b. 1875, d. 21 September 1947
Harriet Letita Cozens
F, b. 1879, d. 10 February 1967
Hugh Stowell Cozens
M, b. 5 August 1887, d. 29 September 1974
Matthew Henry Cozens
M, b. 1889, d. 20 August 1970
Ruth Darlington Cozens
F, b. 1877, d. 1976
F, b. 1798, d. 2 October 1881
- Mary Crabbe was born in 1798.
- She was the daughter of Thomas Crabbe and Ann Unknown.
- Mary Crabbe was christened on 5 June 1803 in West Chinnock, Somerset.
- At the age of 19 years, Mary Crabbe married John Hockey, son of Edmund Hockey and Mary Rugg, on 4 September 1817 in West Chinnock, Somerset.
- At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Mary Crabbe was living in the household of Thomas Hockey and Elizabeth Unknown in Crewkerne, Somerset.
- Mary Crabbe appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in North Street, Crewkerne, Somerset. Mary is shown as a 64 year old widowed flax spooler born West Chinnock.
- She appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in South Street, Crewkerne, Somerset. Mary is shown as an 83 year old widowed boarderliving with John Reader and his family. She is an annuant.
- Mary Crabbe died on 2 October 1881 in Crewkerne. The following details appeared on her death registration:- Chard; 1881; Crewkerne; County of Somerset; 2 Oct 1881; South Street, Crewkerne; Mary Hockey; Female; 82 years; Widow of John Hockey, Yarn Bleacher; Apoplexy, 7 days, Syncope Certified by G Thomson; G Lowman, son in law in attendance, Crewkerne; 3 Oct 1881; John Marsh, Registrar.
Children of Mary Crabbe and John Hockey
- Ann Hockey b. 16 November 1817, d. January 1830
- George Hockey+ b. 23 January 1821, d. 1872
- Jane Hockey+ b. 13 April 1823
- Thomas Hockey+ b. 1828
- Edwin Hockey+ b. 11 July 1830, d. 12 January 1893
- Eliza Hockey b. 1832
- Frank Hockey+ b. 10 March 1833, d. 16 January 1900
- John Hockey+ b. 6 November 1841, d. 1904
M, b. circa 1770
- Thomas Crabbe was born circa 1770.
- Thomas Crabbe married Ann Unknown in 1800.
Lyle Joseph Craft
M, b. 15 March 1901, d. 22 December 1961
- Lyle Joseph Craft was born on 15 March 1901 in Wollombi, New South Wales. He was the son of Joseph Henry CRAFT and Cline.
- At the age of 22 years, Lyle Joseph Craft married Myra Frances Edith Bailey, daughter of Arthur Peter Bailey and Jane (Janey) Bush, in 1924 in Gosford, New South Wales.
- Lyle Joseph Craft died on 22 December 1961 in Newcastle, New South Wales, at age 60.
M, b. circa 1730
- Edward Craggs was born circa 1730.
- Edward Craggs married Jennypher Unknown circa 1750.
Elizabeth Dunn Craggs
F, b. 31 October 1802
M, b. 20 July 1760
Mary Rickard Craggs
F, b. 6 October 1799