Isaac Newton Cox

Ref: National Archives & Records Service:

“ISAAC NEWTON COX born 12 Jun 1839 Mississippi
CSA, 23rd Miss.  Vol Inf under Col. J. M. Wells and Gen. Buckner
Lived after service McGregor, McLennan Co, Texas
Wife’s name: Mary Elizabeth Dishoungh
Died 25 Oct 1928 McGregor, McLennan Co, Texas.
(burial Comanche Springs Cem.)

“ISAAC NEWTON COX fought in Battle of Fort Donalson 1862, taken prisoner with Gen. Buckner’s Army, sent to Camp Douglas, Chicago, for 7 months and exchanged at Vicksburg, Mississippi, and placed in General Johnson’s army.  Was wounded at Atlanta, Georgia and at the Battle of Franklin where General Adams was killed. Hospitalized until after the war.”

15  Dec 1841 Hardeman Co TN:
Isaac R. Dishoungh married Nancy Bostwick
signed Isaac R. Dishoungh, William McLeod
married by Saml. M. Dowell, Clerk

20 Aug 1843 Hardeman Co TN:  Mary Elizabeth Dishoungh born to Isaac Dishoungh and Nancy Bostwick died 26 Jul 1925 at the home of her sister SALLIE MOONEY of Oglesby, Coryell Co TX.  (Will)
married ISAAC NEWTON COX 12 Nov 1860 Shawnee MS.  He was born 12 Jun 1839 in Shawnee MS and died 25 Oct 1928 McGregor, McLennan Co TX (Will)
Burial Comanche Springs Cemetery, McGregor, McLennan Co TX
1925: Estate records filed McLennan Co TX.
(burial Comanche Springs Cem.)

8 Sep 1825 McLennan Co TX: Proof of Will No. 6476:
“8 Sep 1925 came on to be heard the application for the probate of the last will and testament of said deceased and for letters thereon filed herein on the 4th day of August 1925.

And it appearing to the Court that legal notices of the filing of said application have been issued and posted in the manner and for the length of time required by law and no one came to contest the same; and it further appearing from the testimony of the subscribing witness to said will sworn to and subscribed in open Court and filed herein that said M. E. COX deceased died in the County of Coryell in the State of Texas, her residence being in McGregor, McLennan County Texas, the 26th day of July A.D. 1925

It is therefore ordered and decreed by the Court that the said will is hereby proven and established as the last will and testament of said M. E. COX deceased and that I. N. COX named in said will be and is appointed Ind’pt Executor of said will and estate and that C. P. SHAFFER and W. A. HAMILTON and J. E. BLOODWORTH are appointed appraisers of said estate.
signed JOS. R. JENKINS, County Judge. “