Solomon Cox was a brother of Joshua Cox and son of Amy (Weirnan) Cox. He took land beside his mother in 5-29 as shown. In May 1829. He was condemned for marriage contrary to discipline. In October 1831, his wife, Zebiar, was received in membership, and Joshua's membership was restored. He lived on his original grant until September. 1831, when he sold it to his brother. Samuel (recently removed here from Centre Monthly Meeting of Ohio). He purchased from Seth Moffitt the Christopher Baker land which he held until 1833 when he sold it to William Kennon. In 1834, he was given a certificate to the Sugar River Monthly Meeting and so departed from the neighborhood. There is no record of any children except one daughter, Mary.
Jericho Friends Meeting And Its Community, Randolph County, Indiana, 1846, page 12.
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