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Family of Edward C. Tozier
and wife
Huldah A. Cox Tozier

The following was taken from

"From Sagebrush to Green Fields"
A History of Greenleaf, Idaho

by Dilla Tucker Winslow
Published 1984 by Artcraft Press, Nampa, Idaho

pg. 131
Transcribed by Dennis McIndoo



Ed Tozier came from Scotts Mills, Oregon, to Greenleaf in January, 1907.  He was the first young man to convince a Greenleaf young lady to leave all else and help him make a new home in this new community when he and Hulda Cox were married in her home by her father. Two children, Ila and Homer, enlarged the family to four members.  Homer drowned while he was quite young. Ila went to Taylor College in Indiana where she met her husband, Robert Eakers.  After college, they served as missionaries in Africa. Because of the sacrificial love that Ed held for people and his Lord, he gave all his earthly possessions to the spread of the gospel.






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