Person:Talitha Cox (1)

  1. Anne Nancy Cox1724 - 1828
  2. Edith Cox1728 - 1802
  3. John Cox, of Finneywood1736/37 - 1793
  4. Frederick CoxAbt 1739 - Abt 1791
  5. Talitha Cox1745 - 1828
  6. Bartley Cox1748 - 1792
m. 3 FEB 1767
  1. Mary BrowderAbt 1768 - 1793
  2. Talitha Cox Browder1770 -
  3. Isham Browder, Jr.1774 - 1831
  4. Nancy Washington Browder1781 -
  5. Augustine Claiborne Browder1783 - 1816
  6. Martha "Patsy" Browder1783 - 1872
Facts and Events
Name Talitha Cox
Gender Female
Alt Birth? AFT 1740 Dinwiddie County, Virginia
Birth? 1745 Lunenburg County, Virginia
Marriage 3 FEB 1767 Lunenburg County, Virginiato Isham Browder
Death[2] 3 July 1828 Rockingham County, North Carolina

From query posted in Lunenburg County, Virginia:

BROWDER, COX, HARRIS, RANDOLPH posted by Sara Norris on Wednesday, June 18, 1997

I am looking for the decendents of Talitha COX BROWDER and Isham BROWDER, Sr. She is the daughter of John and Mary COX. Their son Isham BROWDER, Jr. married a Martha ? and had a son named Richard who married a Mary Ann (Polly) HARRIS. Would also like to know Isham Sr's parents. Have been told that they were Mary Isham RANDOLPH and Arthur BROWDER.Talitha's father, John COX's will is recorded in Lunenburg Co. July 15, 1764..

  1.   Pruett, Dorothy Sturgis. Our Thrasher heritage. (Macon, Georgia: D.S. Pruett, c1986)
    pg. 105.

    Talitha outlived her husband by many years. It is thought that she was a number of years younger than he was. Talitha did not want her three daughters to marry Thrasher men. Her daughter, Talitha married Isaac Thrasher, Nancy married Cloud Thrasher, and Mary married Richard Thrasher.
    All were sons of Joseph Cloud THRASHER. After they all married they moved to Georgia, against Taliatha Cox BROWDER wishes. She cut them out of her will.

    It would appear that there was some question as to the validity of the Will (Isham's) and some of the children appeared to feel their mother had deliberately concealed the authentic Will, or that there was negligence or misconduct on the part of the Clerk, in not making the proper entries on the records. At any rate, the controversy over the two Wills began when the heirs to Talitha Cox BROWDER found the conflicting Will among her valuable personal papers following her death, in 1818, about fifty years after the Wills were signed.

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