to extend to the northeast corner of Cliff Shoal, both upon straight lines.
A report was made to the Federal
government, 28 October, 1803, but the scheme was not accomplished.
Of the family of Lemuel Cox
, we know that William, who married in Dublin
, died in Savannah
Lemuel, who also visited Ireland
, became a sailor.
On a voyage to the Pacific
he, with two others, while exploring a river, was deserted by his vessel and never heard of afterward.
He left a widow and two children.
, wheelwright, of Charlestown
, was administrator of the estate of Lemuel Cox
, mariner, 30 July, 1799, and it was, therefore, previous to that date the son disappeared.
John Sale Hickling Cox
married, 16 June, 1803, at the Hollis street church, Nancy Lewis
. 7 May, 1778.
His wife died a few months after the wedding, 10 December, 1803.
He was a lieutenant in the war of 1812, and resided in Reading.
and her brother Isaiah were children of Winslow Lewis
, and their nephew was the late Dr. Winslow Lewis
After the war J. S. H. Cox
married Mrs. Arabelle Percelle
, and lived in Charleston, S. C.
He had two sons, Roland
lived in New Bedford, where he married a Miss Tabor
, a Quakeress.
He moved to Ohio
, where he died, leaving three sons.
His son Lemuel, a beneficiary by Lemuel Cox
's will, sold his share in the estate of Lemuel Cox
, deceased, to Rufus Bracket in 1827, his cousin Mary Ann Dadley
's husband, as did the other grandchildren.
Susanna Hickling Cox
married, 10 November, 1793, Simon Tufts
, and had Eliza, Rhoda
, Harriet L., Simon
. 29 November, 1800), and Susanna H. Tufts
Eliza married Richard Brownell
Harriet's name was changed to Harriet Lewis
, and she married William Johnson
, jeweller, lived in Boston
, and had Laura Ann Lewis
. 8 November,