Cox Cemetery - Vermilion County Illinois

Cemetery Name: Cox Cemetery

Also Known As: Cox Family Plot

Location:  Catlin Township, inside Kickapoo State Park - in the Campground area

GPS Location 40.13499 -87.73786 (link to Google Map)

Description:  Cox cemetery is located inside of Kickapoo State Park, inside the campground area. It is believed there are around 15-20 graves at this location. Today, only a replacement stone is left - in the early 1960's there were 2 additional stones at this location:
1. James H. Cox - d. April 24, 1854 - age 7 months - son of W & JA
2. Isaac H. Renard - d. Aug 27, 1854 - age 15y.11m - son of A & JA

Pictures: I visited this cemetery in early 2006. Even though I took pictures of the old stone, I plan to revisit to take better quality pictures as I have for many of the other cemeteries.

Link to Pictures: 4 pictures



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There are 2 comments
Gibran – GA5DLZvb3nI
March 23, 2015 - 22:54
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Working at a Seattle's Best coffee cafe, I have to say that I rlaley appreciate my home brewed coffee. While I'm not too particular about the kind, I am particular about the taste. If it doesn't taste good, I don't want it. I'm not too fond of our coffee at work. It isn't bad I wouldn't drink it if it was I just find it very weak and too mild for me. I'm a french roast, dark coffee blend kinda gal. Oh, with room for cream, please!

Duc – 9CbIUxPxbVBA
February 21, 2015 - 20:10
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I like the Green Mountain Coffee Fair Trade Organic Blend at the local gas station on my way to work. You can get a 16 oz. for $1. Two cups of coeffe for $1 in this economy is out of sight! Also, at home, I'll put some Wegmans French Roast in the pot. It's less than $2 for a can, I think. If you use one Tablespoon per cup, you get a rich, earthy, flavorful cup.But, I will say the Tim Horton's I had was good, too.

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