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Obits > 1911 - William Ed. Cox

Submitted by Melva Taylor

The Tampico Tornado
October 20, 1911 - Friday


Wm. Ed. Cox (Bill) an old soldier, aged about seventy and a former resident of Tampico died recently, at the soldier's home in Hot Springs, South Dakota, of consumption and rheumatism, and was buried there.

The deceased was formerly in business in Tampico conducting a furniture and undertaking business which he purchased from J. W. Hixson. He left Tampico in 1883 going to Hastings, Nebraska, where he engaged in the same business. He was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Hixson and leaves a sister and brother at Leon, Vet Cox and Emma Cox.

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