Note: t on the Yadkin River and in his journal recorded that a woman there told him she had lived there for six years. That would indicate Ephraim may have arrived in North Carolina as early as 1751. (Doris, citing A History of Watauga County) (Doris has also examined the records of the Jersey Baptist Church for later years and found that Sarah Todd, widow of Moses Cox who married Thomas Todd, was a member of that church.) I think that Thomas Todd married (1) Sarah Cox in 1779 and (2) Elizabeth Young in 1786 and that this second marriage was the Elizabeth Todd widow of Thomas in Madison Co KY in 1814 and the Elizabeth wife of Thomas mentioned in a Rowan Co deed of .
Note: In 1757, Ebenezer Fairchild, a Baptist preacher, visited Ephraim Coxe in the Jersey Settlemen
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