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Obituary for Savannah Mildred Canter Cox
22 March, 1880 - 29 November, 1932
From The Caldwell News-Tribune 
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Mrs. Ora A. Cox
  Dies Tuesday At
   Middleton Home

 Funeral Services are Held
    hursday Afternoon at
 Middleton Baptist Church

MIDDLETON  (Special) - A resident of the Middleton community for more than a quarter of a century, Mrs. Savannah M. Cox died at the family home here Tuesday evening.  She had been ill for more than three weeks, suffering with pneumonia, but was thought to be recovering.
     Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Baptist church at Middleton with Dr. W. J. Boone in charge.  Burial was in the Middleton cemetery.
     Mrs. Cox was born at Jordan Valley, Ore., March 22, 1880.  She attended grade school at Jordan Valley and in Caldwell and was graduated from the academic department of the College of Idaho in 1900.  She was married on December 25, 1901 at Jordan Valley to Ora A. Cox.
     Mr. and Mrs. Cox made their home on a homestead near Middleton for 12 years and in 1915 moved to the family home in Middleton.  Mrs. Cox was a member of the Pansy Rebekah lodge of Middleton and for many years was a member of the First Christian church of Caldwell.
     She is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Fleta Davison of Parma; one grandson, William Davison; two sisters, Mrs. (Rosa?) Baker of Caldwell; and Mrs. Ada Foster of Eagle; and two brothers, ? Canter of Spokane and Virgil Canter of Portland.