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Christopher Cox 60 acres Edgefield Co 2 Sep 1793 
George Cox 212 acres 96 district 4 Jun 1787 
Isaac Cox 190 acres 96 district 5 Jul 1787 none
John Cox 560 acres 96 district 4 Jun 1787 many
John Cox 70 acres Rocky Creek, 96 district 6 Dec 1790
John Cox, Sr. 283 acres 26 mile Creek Pendleton Dist 1 Oct 1792
Reuben Cox 200 acres Saluda River, 96 district 1 Aug 1785 
See first and second listings in the Saluda River land
Thomas Cox 58 acres 96 district 3 Dec 1787
Page 94-96: Thomas Cox and Mary his wife of the state of GA to Loddy Dobbs of Pendleton District for £ 30 sterling, 58 acres grated to Cox by State Grant 3 Dec 1787, on the Tugaloo River bounded by Capt Blackburn, Samuel Taylor. Witnesses: Harrison Barzillai, Benja. Cleveland. 
Signed: Thomas and Mary Cocks (sic)
Benj. Cleveland made oath 9 aug 1790
Recorded 12 Aug 1790.
Page 465: Loddy Dobbs and Sarah his wife to Larkin Cleveland 50 acres for $300. On Toogalo River, bordered on East by William Cleveland, on West by William Brooks, on south by river, granted Thomas Cox Date: 28 Dec 1798.
Signed Loddy (his mark) Dobbs , Sarah(her mark) Dobbs.
Witness: Benjamin Cleveland, N. Cleveland.
Neely Cleveland made oath to J B Earle, JP, 25 Jan 1799.
Recorded 25 Jan 1799.
USGS maps site shows this property near Starr, SC. In present Anderson
Page 515-516: William Lesley of Abbeville Dist for $1,000 sold to John Cox of Pendleton district, two tracts of land of 340 acres on Big Generostee Creek bordered on west by John Cox, on North by John Hall, on East by Levi Cox. Date 9 Dec 1803
Witness: James Cox and Levi Cox.
Levi Cox made oath to Wm. Lesley, JP 9 Dec 1803
Recorded 4 Jun 1804
Page 410: 6 Aug 1793, Asaph Alexander to Beverly Cox for £ 100 Sterling for 200 acres granted 15 Oct 1787 by Benj. Gerard to James Alexander, Jr., Deceased, on the Savannah River, on both sides of the mouth of Big Generostee Creek. Asaph Alexander being the lawful heir of James Alexander.
Witness James Jones, John Cox
James Jones made oath to Samuel Porter 26 Jan 1796
Recorded 26 Jun 1796
Page 129 - 130 Book C-D: 6 Aug 1793, Beverly Cox to John Cox, Jr for £55 sterling for 200 Acres on either side of the mouth of Generostee Creek, waters of Savannah River.
Signed Beverly Cox, Mary Cox
Witness James Cox
Page 217: Jacob Skelton for $10 sold Ezekiel Green 130 acres where Skelton now lives on Hooker's fork of Generostee of Savannah River. Date: 12 Mar 1803
Witness: John Cox, Amos Barnett
Amos Barnett made oath to James Tate, Q. U. 28 Feb 1804
Recorded 20 Nov 1805
Page 156: 14 Jan 1805, James Brasher to Capt. James Turner for $119.89 for 210 acres granted 5 Jan 1789 by Thomas Pinckney to John Simpson on Big Generostee Creek, from Simpson conveyed to Aaron James, then back to Brasher.
Witness: Aaron James, John Cox (misread by WPA typist as "Ishom")
John Cox made oath to Samuel Black, J P 8 Apr 1805
Recorded May 1805.
Page 425 - 426: Washington district. 7 May 1794. Thomas Grant to John Cox for £ 91 sterling, for 304 acres granted William Goggings by Charles Pinckney, 1 Oct 1792, then to Thomas Grant, on 26 Mile Creek bordered by John Morris, Scoots.
Witness: Benj. Dickson, Charles (his mark) White,
Benj. Dickson made oath to William Millwee 7 Aug 1797
Recorded 17 Aug 1798
Page 454-455: 25 Nov 1789, Jehu Pope to John Cox for £ 20 sterling for 250 acres on 26 Mile Creek, part of tract granted Francis Cuttery by Benjamin Guerard on 15 Oct 1784, recorded book AAAA, 24 Oct 1786.
Witness: James Jones, William Stone.
James Jones made oath to Jonathan Gibbs, J P, 28 Oct 1806, saying, "the time being so long past, his memory has failed so that he cannot be positive, but knowing his own handwrite (sic) and remembering he was called on."
Page 397 - 398: Daniel Putnam of Pendleton Co, lawful attorney of James Shields of Green Co, TN in consideration of $100 paid by John Cox, of Pendleton Co, for 142 acres on Savannah River, granted James Shields 10 Nov 1790, bordered by John Cox, William Lesley, James Shield, Robert Scelton, James Evens, John Watson. Date 3 Oct 1802
Witness: Edward Cox, John Franer.
Signed: Daniel Putman, Attorney for James Shield
Edward Cox made oath to James Tate, Q. U. 23 Jul 1803
Recorded 5 Nov 1803
Page 217 - 218: 24 Jan 1794, Caleb Conway to Reuben Cox for £50 sterling for 100 acres on branches of Broad mouth Creek, waters of Saluda River, part of 640 acres granted Fracis Bremar and James Martin, 9 Mar 1786. Recorded Bk. JJJJ, p 384.
Witness: Edward McClure, James Tate, Jr, John Tippens.
John Tippens made oath to E. Browne, J P 24 Jan 1794
Recorded 24 Jan 1794
(Although location of Little Creek is not given for Saluda River the following tract appears to be located there. Note Reuben Cox, and JP E. Browne appear in this and previous listing)
Page 14: I, Thomas Davis and Kexiah, his wife, for $420 sold to Nimrod Smith (also called Smyth) 200 acres, part of survey granted to Davis for 1000 acres on both sides of Little Creek, Adj to lands laid out for Francis Chinkscales, grated by Charles Pinckney; also 100 acres granted to Reuben Cox, 10 Aug 1785, by William Moultrie, convey by Cox to Davis, 13 Mar 1787, being the tract of 200 acres on which Davis now lives. Date 19 Aug 1797
Witness: Reubin Nash, William Waddle
Reubin Nash made oath to E Brown, JP 19 Aug 1799
Page 199 - 200: I George Cox for $300 sold to James Merritt 90 acres on Brushy Creek of Saluda River, part of tract granted Watson Allison, 4 Dec 1786 . Bordered by Samuel Talbert[84 or 81], William Allison, Stephen ??? Dated 5 May 1801
Signed George (GC) Cox
Witness: John Booth, Obadiah Merrit
Obadiah Merrit made oath to John Wilson, J P 12 May 1801
No recording date
Page 17 - 18: John Cox to Hugh Montgomery for £100 for 183 acres in Wshington Disttrict, granted Cox by Charles Pinckney, 17 Feb 1790, Surveyed by Adam Crane Jones and granted 5 Apr 1790, on Saluda River. Recorded bk N no 5 Pager 215,
Signed John (X) Cox
Witness: James Vaughn, James Thompson
James Thompson made oathe to William Hall, J P 25 May 1795
Recorded 24 Jun 1795
Page 201: I, John Cox, Sr. for good will to my loving son, Beverly(?) Cox, the whole plantation where I now live to include 150 acres. Date: 30 Mar 1789
Signed John (/) Cox
Witness: James Hembree, George Brown
George Brown made oath to John B Earle, C P D 16 Apr 1801
Recorded 16 Apr 1801
Pages 411 - 413: Baveaster Barton for £10 Sterling sold to John Cox 40 acres bordered by Thomas Turner, John Simpson, and the said Barton, granted William Lesley. Dated: 21 mar 1803.
Witness: Edward Cox, John Hall
Edward Cox made oath to James Tate, Q U 23 Jul 1803