|Name||Cox, William Wallace, 1832-1907|
|Birthplace||Cattaraugus, New York|
|Mother||Cox, Eliza (Wallace)|
|Spouse||Cox, Rebecca (Sampson), 1835-1900|
Ruby, Catherine "Kate" (Cox), 1859-1940
Cox, Nettie M., 1861-1892
Cox, Elmer Ellsworth, 1863-1897
Cox, Lincoln William, 1865-?
Cox, Omar L., 1867-1943
Cox, Charles B., 1869-?
Baker, Nora (Cox), 1870-1930
Cox, Carrie D., 1872-1872
|Deceased where||Seward, Nebraska|
The collection consists of a four page, handwritten essay entitled, "The First Schoolhouse of Seward County," by Nettie M. Cox. The essay is dated November 29, 1878, and gives a physical description of the first school building in Seward County.
This collection consists of four folders of information relating to the life of Cox and includes newspaper clippings from 1884 to 1895 of incidents and events surrounding Seward County, Nebraska. There is also a manuscript written by Cox in support of the temperance movement.