SULPHUR SPRINGS CEMETERY OBITUARIES



COX, JEANETTE HOPPER
Jacksonville Courier, Jan. 9, 1917

Cox

Mrs. Jeanette Cox of Franklin, died Monday forenoon at 9:30 o'clock at the Home sanitarium after an illness of several months of tuberculosis. Tho her death was not unexpected Mrs. Cox had not been confined to her bed until recently. She was in the city for treatment some time ago, returning to the sanitarium Saturday.

For several years Mrs. Cox had been housekeeper at the home of Richard and Louis Seymour, south of Franklin. Her husband, Edward Cox, passed away fourteen years ago. Mrs. Cox was born Feb. 1, 1880, the daughter of Alexander and Annie B. Hopper. Two children survive, Doris Pearl Cox and George Edward Cox. The surviving brothers and sisters are Oscar Hopper, bluffs; John Hopper, Ernest, Charles Ora, Thomas and Earl Hopper, Nortonville; Mrs. Lisa Dunham, Exeter, and Mrs. Lela Filkin, Woodson. Mrs. Cox was a member of Franklin Methodist Church.

The body was taken to the undertaking parlors of W. W. Gillham and prepared for burial. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Wednesday forenoon at Sulphur Springs church and burial will be made in the cemetery nearby.


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