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Agnes (Prowse) Cox (1833 - 1898)

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Agnes Cox formerly Prowse
Born in Prince Edward Islandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married in Charlottetown, Queens, Prince Edward Islandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Brackley Point Road, Prince Edward Islandmap
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Biography

Agnes Prowse was born about 1833 in Prince Edward Island.[1] She was the daughter of William Prowse and Agnes Rider. She married Charles Cox on January 12, 1857.[2]

On the 1861 census,[3] the household of Charles & Agnes consisted of:

  • Males – 1 under 5, 1 age 5-16, 1 age 21-45
  • Females – 1 under 5, 1 age 21-45
  • 2 married; 3 single
  • In the past year: 0 married, 0 deaths, 0 births
  • Religion: 5 Methodist

The female under 5 would be Sarah. They probably also had a son, who was the male under 5. The identity of the male, age 5-16 is unknown. This could be their son, or it could be a servant, given that they were only married in 1857.

In 1881, Charles & Agnes, along with daughters Sarah and Agnes, were living next to Agnes's brother Joseph and his family.[4] In 1891, living with them was their youngest daughter, Agnes, along with her husband and child.[5]

Agnes died on February 10, 1898.[6]

Sources

  1. As per 1881, 1891 census
  2. Haszard’s Gazette, January 14, 1857, Pg 3 - Marriage of Charles Cox and Agnes, daughter of William Prouse
  3. 1861 Census, Library and Archives Canada, PEI, Queens, Lot 33, Pg 14 – Charles Cox
  4. 1881 census of Canada, Library and Archives Canada, PEI, Queens (District 2), Subdistrict K, Lot 33, Pg 42
  5. 1891 Canada Census, Library and Archives Canada, PEI Queens East (#135), Lot 33 (K), Page 10-11
  6. PEI Archives and Records Office - Death of Mrs. Charles Cox


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