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Emma Amy Jane DAVIS  

Born: 26 OCT 1856 in Plymouth, MO
Died: 8 JUN 1933 in Dawn, Livingston, MO
Age: 76 years
Buried: JUN 1933 in Blue Mound, Livingston, MO
   Born    Married    Died
Children with Robert Lee KNOX
Unk KNOX Born: 3 FEB 1885 Died: 6 FEB 1885
Elva May KNOX Born: 24 JUL 1886
Blue Mound, Livingston, MO
Died: 23 JAN 1965
Chillicothe, Livingston, MO
Agnes Ellen KNOX Born: 11 JUL 1890
Blue Mound Twp, Livingston, MO
Died: 5 MAR 1917
Benjamin Raymond KNOX Born: 25 JUN 1892
Blue Mound Twp, Livingston, MO
Died: 10 JUN 1972
John Lee KNOX Born: 8 JUN 1895
Blue Mound Twp, Livingston, MO
Died: 27 JUL 1921
Blue Mound, Livingston, MO
Harvey Newton KNOX Born: 19 OCT 1899
Blue Mound Twp, Livingston, MO
Died: 9 FEB 1923
Fairview Twp, Livingston, MO
 
Notes: Living in Blue Mound at the time of her marriage. (Is that where marriage took place?)

Obituary of Mary Davis Knox:

Mrs. Amy Jane Knox was born Oct. 26, 1859 at Plymouth, Carroll Co, MO. In this community she grew to yound womanhood. She was married to Robert L. Knox Oct. 17, 1883. Shortly after their marriage they made their home in the Blue Mound community and this they have always called home. They were the parents of six children. One passed away in infancy, a daughter, Mrs. Agnes Simmons has been deceased several years. Two sons, John and Harvey, passed away in early manhood. The two children who survive are Raymond of Kansas City and Mrs. Elva Mantzey of Dawn, where Mrs. Knox has been for months and where she passed away. There are eight grandchildren bereft of a grandmother. The deceased is survived by two sisters: Mrs. Mary Kern-Washington and Mrs. Hettie Gibbons, two brothers, Edward Davis Kansas City and Harvey Davis of Blue Mound.

Early in life Mrs. Knox confessed her faith in Christ and united with the Christian Church at Blue Mound. She was an interested and faithful member until her health failed. It was always a regret to her that she could not be in her Lord`s house to worship. It was a part of her life. She was of a gracious and queenly disposition and to know her was to admire her. During her long illness she was so patient and easy to do for, not hard to suit. Bro. Knox and the Mantzey family found joy in doing for her. She was so appreciative of every kindness shown and avery act of ministry. On June 8, 1933, she passed away and entered into the life that is free from sickness and pain. She died in the faith in which she had lived all her life."
 
Emma Amy Jane DAVIS
26 OCT 1856 - 8 JUN 1933
John R DAVIS
1816 - 21 SEP 1890
Nancy Agnes BRYAN
1836 - 1921

































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