|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Cox, John M., (John Morris), 1794-1851.|
|Title:||John M. Cox letter|
|Dates:||1845 July 23|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
John Morris Cox moved to McDonough, Georgia, in 1838. He was in the mercantile business and owned a hotel in town. His brother was Oliver W. Cox.
This collection consists of a letter written from John M. Cox of McDonough, Georgia, to William Bostwick of Augusta, Georgia, dated July 23, 1845. In the letter, Cox states that he wishes to settle his debt to the Insurance Bank and asks Bostwick to see if they will accept his offer of a wooded lot near McDonough, sixteen shares of railroad stock, or a productive gold lot.
[item identification], John M. Cox letter, MS 182, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Purchased from Symmachus Trading Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1951.
Collection is open for research
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