- Birth Date
- 20 January 1812
- Death Date
- 5 June 1879
Frederick Walter Cox Sr.
The Cox family traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in the John B. Walker Company in 1852. Their family included Frederick Walter and his three wives and their children. They were: Emeline Sally and their children Frederick Jr., William Arthur, Rosalia Ellen, Edwin Marion, and Emily Amelia.
The family's travel to Utah is mentioned in the obituary of Emeline.
Jemima Losee and their children Mary Adelaide, George Byron, and Esther Phelena.
Cordelia Calista Morely and their children Lovina Emeline, Therissa Emerett, and Sarah Ann.
At the end of a mission, Frederick traveled home with the William S. S. Willes Company in 1865. He served as the company chaplain.
- Age at Departure: 40
- Head of Household
- Emeline Sally Cox (Age: 34)
- Jemima Cox (Age: 28)
- Cordelia Calista Cox (Age: 28)
- Frederick Walter Cox Jr. (Age: 15)
- Lydia Margaret Losee (Age: 14)
- William Arthur Cox (Age: 11)
- Rosalia Ellen Cox (Age: 6)
- Lovina Emeline Cox (Age: 5)
- Mary Adelaide Cox (Age: 3)
- Therissa Emerett Cox (Age: 3)
- Edwin Marion Cox (Age: 3)
- George Byron Cox (Age: 2)
- Sarah Ann Cox (Age: 1)
- Esther Phelena Cox (Age: Infant)
- Emily Amelia Cox (Age: Infant)
- Age at Departure: 53
- Returning Missionary
- "Captain Henson Walker's Company," Deseret News [Weekly], 20 September 1865, 403.
- "Correspondence: W. H. Shearman letter," Deseret News, 12 July 1865, 322.
- Cox, Margaret M., "A biographical sketch of William Arthur Cox," fd. 4, p. 5, in Betty Keller Anderson, Papers 1989.
- Find a Grave (Website)
- "Got Safely In," Semi-Weekly Telegraph , 30 Nov. 1865, 3.
- Missionary Department Missionary Registers, 1860-1959, Volume 1.
- "Obituary Notes," Deseret Weekly, 28 March 1896, 480.
- "Oldest Man and Last of Early Pioneers Passes," The Manti Messenger , 8 Apr. 1932, 1.
- Presiding Bishopric. Immigrant Location Committee Minutes, (20 September - 13 October 1852).
- "The Immigration," Deseret News [Weekly], 13 Sep. 1865, 397.
- W. S. Willes letter to Brigham Young, 8 September 1865.