Amy Cox, daughter of William and Amy Weirman, was born in Pennsylvania in 1765. She married Joshua Cox, the son of William and Naomi Cox, in Pennsylvania (Monallen Monthly Meeting notes) in 1787. They removed to Wayne County, Indiana, in 1821 and became members of the New Garden Monthly Meeting. Joshua Cox died there the same year. By 1824. Amy (Weirman) Cox had purchased 80 acres of land in S29 T2ON R15 E, as shown. She lived here until her death around 1850, at which time she was buried in the old Jericho burying-ground. Joshua and Amy had eight children. Only five of these are known to have been associated with the Jericho neighborhood. These were Joshua, who married a Mariah McGee in Penna; William who married Ruth Griffith; Amy, who married David Lyle; Samuel, who married Edith McMillan; and Solomon, who married
Zebiar. Anne Cox was the youngest daughter (probably). She married Job Moffitt, who belonged to the White River meeting.
From Jericho Friends Meeting And Its Community, Randolph County, Indiana, 1864
Submitted by Lora Addison Radiches
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