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Rowland Cox, American lawyer. Served as major United States Volunteers in Civil War.

Background

Cox, Rowland was born on July 9, 1842 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Cooke and Ann (Johns) Cox.

Education

Graduate Princeton, 1863.

Career

Served as major United States Volunteers in Civil War. Participated in battles of Chickamauga and Atlanta. With General World Trade Sherman in his march through Georgia and Carolinas.

Admitted to Illinois bar, 1868. Practiced in Washington, District of Columbia, 1868-1875. Specialized in patent law, New York City, 1875-1900.

Author: American Trade Mark Cases, 1871. Manual of Trade Mark Cases, 1881. Editor: American Law Times Reports, vols.

II-VI, 1869-1875, vols. I-IV, 1874-1877, vols. V, VI, 1878.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: American Trade Mark Cases, 1871. Manual of Trade Mark Cases, 1881. Editor: American Law Times Reports, vols.

      II-VI, 1869-1875, vols. I-IV, 1874-1877, vols. V, VI, 1878.

Membership

Served as major United States Volunteers in Civil War.

Connections

Married Fanny Cummins Hill, October 29, 1868.

father:
John Cooke Cox

mother:
Ann (Johns) Cox

spouse:
Fanny Cummins Hill