Gibson Co., TN
Friday June 17, 1921
GADSDEN; MOSE FRANK COX--of Oliver Springs, died on June 4th. He was a brother of Mrs. M. E. RICHARDSON, Mrs. R. B. GRIGGS and J. R. COX. He was reared to manhood in this community and resided here a number of years before going to East Tennessee, where he made his home for more than twenty years.
COXVILLE--Our hearts were saddened last Saturday evening when news came to us that our brother, Frank, was dead. The first to break a circle of brothers and sisters of seven for over fifty years, when sweet little sister, Dora was called away. MOSE FRANK COX was born in Gibson County 69 years ago, but for the past several years had made his home in the eastern part of this state, Oliver Springs, where he served continuously as Magistrate and City Recorder for over 20 years. Besides a wife and three children, still in their teens, he leaves two married sons; James C. COX, of this place, and John R. COX, of Oliver Springs; and four married daughters, Mrs. HUTCHISON, of Harriman, Mrs. COZART, of Cincinniti, Mrs. E. S. COX, and Mrs. J. T. JAMES, of this place. Surviving brothers & sisters are; Mrs. M. E. RICHARDSON, of Gadsden, Mrs. R. B. GRIGGS, of Mason Grove, J. C. COX, of Ridgely, J. R. COX, of Coxville, Mrs. D. I. FAIRLESS, of Trenton and Mrs. Tom WILLIAMS, of Sanford, Fla.