Gilbert Cox and Eliza Andrews married and tended to a farm in a village called Jacksonburg in Butler County. In 1870, these two farmers welcomed their second and last child into the Cox family. James Middleton Cox was born on March 31 as the son who would later become more than just a farmer, not following in his parents’ footsteps (Egbert). At the age of 23, James Cox married Mary Simpson Harding (Kline, “Cox Made Mark”). They became the parents of two sons, one of which was named James Cox Jr. It is difficult to say whether Cox was truly ready for marriage and the responsibilities that came with it. He was a very work oriented individual. He focused more of his time and efforts on his business needs than he did on his family and home needs. Cox’s dedication to his work created tension between him and his wife. This tension would eventually grow and lead to their divorce in 1912 (Kline, “Cox Made Mark”). The divorce was kept very private. Even...
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