Fanny Cox1

#15478, (circa 1857 - )
Relationship3rd cousin of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Pannel Cox1 (c 1830 - )
Mother*Harriet A Sutton1 (c 1835 - )


Doughty Lee Wood b. c 1853
Children 1.Horace Wood7 (c 1879 - )
 2.Marshall A Wood8 (c 1880 - )
 3.Clarence Burdette Wood9 (1883 - 1950)
Fanny Cox was also known as Francis.2 
Her married name was Wood.3 
Birth*circa 1857She was born circa 1857 at OhioG.1 
5 July 1870She appeared on the census of 5 July 1870 in the household of Pannel Cox and Harriet A Sutton at Washington Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG, age 13, b. OH.4 
Marriage*say 1877She married Doughty Lee Wood say 1877.3 
1 June 1880She and Doughty Lee Wood appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Washington Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG.5 
30 September 1890In Louisa J Cox's will dated 30 September 1890, Fanny Cox as Fanny Wood was named as an heir.3
18 April 1910She appeared on the census of 18 April 1910 in the household of Harriet A Sutton at Moscow, Washington Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG, as dau. Fanny Wood, wid., age 53; nei. William (69) and Minnie (45) Cox, fam. 74.6 


  1. [S18] 1870 U.S. Federal Census.
  2. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S714] Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court, Will Index and Books (1791- ), online, Vol. 53, pp. 254-257. Mentions brother Lemon, and gives all personal effects to her sister-in-law Harriet G Cox (unless otherwise devised), including a gold watch and chain, and a gold ring with "my sister's initial thereon"; to niece Fanny Wood, a set of silver spoons with "my sister's initial (S.J.C.) thereon" and one pair of gold earrings; to Marshall P Cox, a gold ring; to niece Alice Cox, one lamp; to niece Jesse Cox, "my bible" at the old homestead; to Harriet A Cox, widow of Panel, "the feather bed in the upstairs bed room of the old homestead"; to John Coffey, in trust for brother W S Scott, one-third of money on hand; to brother Lemon M Cox, one-third of all money and real estate; to the children of brother Panel, one-third of all money and real estate; to nephew Edwin C Cox, a set of silver spoons. "I cannot suffiently acknowledge my love and gratitude to me dear sister-in-law Harriet G Cox for the kind and devoted care and attention received at her hands and the hands of my brother Lemon and his family." Names friend C C Johnson of Forestville executor. Signed 30 Sep 1890. Witnesses Ida May Cox and Josie Homan [Howan?].
  4. [S18] 1870 U.S. Federal Census. Pannel (40), b. OH, farmer; Harriet A (34), b. OH, keeping house.
  5. [S17] 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Doughty L (27), b. and parents b. OH, farmer; Fannie (23), b. and parents b. OH.
  6. [S8] 1910 U.S. Federal Census. Harriet Cox (74), wid., b. OH, parents b. PA, 6 children, all living.
  7. [S17] 1880 U.S. Federal Census.
  8. [S419] Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994/1997/2013, index and images, online
  9. [S1387] Ohio Certificates of Death 1908-1953, Reg. Dist. No. 494, Primary Reg. Dist. 8227, State File 68895, Reg. No. 6366. Clarence B Wood Sr., b. Moscow OH 27 Jun 1883, son of Lee Wood and Frances Cox, res. (4 yrs.) 5536 Belmont Ave., Cincinnati, marr., Commandant OMI [Ohio Military Institute]; d. at res. 20 Nov 1950, age 67y 4m 23d, metastatic carcinoma; bur. Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati OH, 22 Nov 1950, Microfilm of original records, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, online