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Cox as surname may mean: A family name, or surname, is that part of a persons name that indicates to what family he or she belongs. ...

Alexander Morton Cox (b. ... Sid and Nancy movie cover. ... Alan Cox (born 1968) is a programmer heavily involved in the development of the Linux kernel since its early days (1991). ... Alan Cox is a morning radio personality in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the radio station 105. ... Allan V. Cox Allan V. Cox (1926 - 1987) was a chemist, a merchant marine, and a geologist. ... Ana Marie Cox (b. ... Andy Cox is a British guitarist. ... Anne Cox Chambers Anne Cox Chambers (born December 1, 1919) is a billionaire media proprietor. ... Anthony Cox was a jazz musician, film producer, and art promoter. ... Yoko Ono during an appearance on The Jimmy Kimmel Show Yoko Ono Lennon (born February 18, 1933) is a Japanese-American musician and artist, but probably best known as the widow of John Lennon of The Beatles. ... Anthony Berkeley Cox (July 5, 1893 - 1971) was a British crime fiction author, born in Watford, England. ... Archibald Cox, Jr. ... Arthur Cox is a British actor of television and film. ... Barbara Cox Anthony (born 1923) is the second and youngest daughter of James M. Cox, a Democratic Governor of Ohio, newspaper publisher and broadcaster. ... Noel Redding was the better known of the 2 bassists that appeared alongside Jimi Hendrix during his brief recording career of 1967-1970 (due to the fact that he played on Hendrixs most acclaimed recordings), but Billy Cox had known and played alongside Hendrix longer. ... Bobby Cox Robert Joseph Bobby Cox (born May 21, 1941 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA) is a former player — and current manager — in Major League Baseball. ... Brad Cox is a computer scientist and Ph. ... Brian Cox as Hannibal Lecter from Michael Manns Manhunter. ... Bryan Michael Cox (born December 18, 1977)[citation needed] is an award winning American songwriter and record producer. ... Carl Cox. ... Lera Catharine Cathy Cox is the current Secretary of State for the U.S. state of Georgia. ... Channing Harris Cox (October 28, 1879 _ August 20, 1968) was a Massachusetts Republican politician and Governor born in Manchester, New Hampshire. ... Charles Frederick Cox, CB CMG DSO VD (M) (2 May 1863 – 20 November 1944) was an Australian Army colonel and temporary brigadier general in World War I. He retired in 1930 as an honorary major general. ... Chip Cox (b. ... Missing image Photo of Victoria Cross recipient Christopher Augustus Cox migrated from the Victoria Cross Reference site with permission. ... Chris Cox can refer to several notable people: Chris Cox, a U.S. politician Chris Cox, a U.S. voice actor Chris Cox, a U.S. musician This is a disambiguation page — a list of topics associated with the same title. ... Chris Cox For other people named Chris Cox, see Chris Cox (disambiguation). ... Chris Cox is a film maker and voice artist. ... Chris Cox is a dance music producer, remixer, and DJ and has worked on over 400 records. ... Christina Cox (born July 31, 1971 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian movie and television series actress. ... Constance Cox born October 25th 1912 died 1998 was script writer who specialised in adaptations of books by Charles Dickens and other classic literature. ... Courteney Cox Arquette (born Courteney Bass Cox on June 15, 1964) is an American actress and former fashion model, best known for her role as Monica Geller in the long-running television series Friends. ... Curome Cox (born February 28, 1981 in Washington, DC) is a football player. ... Danny Bradford Cox, born September 21, 1959 in Northampton, England, was a former Major League Baseball pitcher. ... Major League Baseball (MLB) is the highest level of play in professional baseball in North America. ... For other events named World Series, see World Series (disambiguation). ... Dave Cox is the California State Senator representing the 1st district. ... David Cox has a small penis. ... David Cox David Alexander Cox (born 1 August 1954), Australian politician, was an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives October 1998 to October 2004, representing the Division of Kingston, South Australia. ... The Division of Kingston is an Australian Electoral Division in South Australia. ... David Cox (April 29, 1783 - June 7, 1859) was an English landscape painter. ... David Roxbee Cox was born in Birmingham in 1924. ... For Wikipedia statistics, see m:Statistics Statistics is the science and practice of developing human knowledge through the use of empirical data expressed in quantitative form. ... Dean Cox (born August 1, 1981) is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League. ... Deborah Cox (born July 13, 1974 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian R&B/pop singer. ... Doc Cox is a television personality best known for his appearances on the BBC TV programme Thats Life!. However he is also known as Ivor Biggun and fronts a humorous band known as Ivor Biggun and the Red-nosed Burglars, whose specialty is innuendo-laden smutty songs. ... Donna Cox is a Professor of Art at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. ... Edward Ridley Finch Cox, born in Suffolk County, New York, is a lawyer who is most well known as the son-in-law of Richard M. Nixon and as a possible candidate for the 2006 New York Senate race, running against Hillary Clinton. ... Elbert Frank Cox (December 5, 1895–November 28, 1969) was an American mathematician who became the first black person in the world to receive a Ph. ... Emily Cox is a puzzle writer. ... Emily Cox is a puzzle writer. ... Emily Cox is a Liberal Democrat Councillor for Moseley and Kings Heath ward on Birmingham City Council in Birmingham, England. ... Ernest F G Cox (1883-1959) was an engineer and marine salvage expert from Wolverhampton. ... Fred Cox is a former National Football League kicker for the Minnesota Vikings throughout his career (1963-1977). ... Frederick James Arthur Freddie Cox DFC (November 1, 1920 – August 1973) was an English football player and manager. ... Charles Geoffrey Cox, QC (commonly known as Geoffrey), is a Conservative politician, who was elected as member of Parliament for Devon West and Torridge in the 2005 general election. ... George Cox is the name of a number of notable people: George Cox, Cincinnati machine politician George Cox, British historian George Melvin Cox, American baseball player George Cox, businessman and pioneer in Canada George Cox, British cricket player George Albertus Cox (1840-1914), Canadian capitalist and Senator George Cox (1834... George Albertus Cox (May 7, 1840 – January 16, 1914) was a Canadian businessman and a member of the Canadian Senate. ... Sir George William Cox (January 10, 1827 - Feburary 10, 1902) was a British historian. ... Geraldine Cox is an Australian-born woman who holds a Cambodian citizenship. ... Gertrude Mary Cox (1900-1978) was an influential American statistican and founder of the department of Experimental Statistics at North Carolina State University. ... Greg Cox is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous Star Trek novels, including The Eugenics Wars, (Volume One and Two), The Q Continuum, Assignment: Eternity, and The Black Shore. ... Lord Kings Norton of Wotton Underwood (1902-1997) Harold Roxbee Cox was born in 1902, the son of William John and Amelia Roxbee Cox (nee Stern). ... Harry Fred Cox (27 March 1885 - 6 May 1971), Norfolk farmworker and traditional singer - one of the most important traditional English singers of the twentieth century, on account of his large repertoire and fine singing style. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... Heather Cox is a semifinalist on the 5th season of American Idol. ... American Idol, formerly known as American Idol: The Search for a Superstar, is an American television series. ... Herald Rea Cox (1907 -1986), was an American bacteriologist. ... The Cox-Forbes theory is a theory on the evolution of chess put forward by Captain Hiram Cox and extended by Professor Duncan Forbes. ... Ida Cox (25 February 1896 - 10 November 1967) was a popular African American singer, best known for her Blues performances and recordings. ... Isaac Joslin Cox, Ph. ... Jacob Dolson Cox (October 27, 1828 - August 4, 1900) was an officer in the Union Army during the Civil War and later a Republican politician from Ohio. ... James Cox can refere to one of several different individuals in history. ... James Middleton Cox (March 31, 1870 - July 15, 1957) was a Governor of Ohio, U.S. Representative from Ohio and Democratic candidate for President of the United States in the election of 1920. ... James Cox (16 October 1753–12 September 1810) was a member of the United States House of Representatives (from New Jersey) in the 11th Congress. ... Father James R. Cox (1886-1950) was a Roman Catholic priest from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania known for his pro-labor activism. ... Coxs timepiece is a clock developed, in the 1760s, by James Cox (with the help of John Joseph Merlin). ... Several people are called Jan Cox: A painter, see Jan Cox (painter) A philosopher, see Jan Cox (philosopher) This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Jan Cox (The Hague, 1919 - Antwerp, 7 October 1980) was a painter who spent the largest part of his creative life in the United States and Belgium. ... Jan M. Cox (June 2,1938 – Nov. ... Jennings Cox, American mining engineer who is said to have invented the drink known as the daiquiri in the late nineteenth century. ...   Wikibooks Bartending has more about this subject: Daiquiri Daiquiri, or Daiquirí (which is the Cuban spelling of the word), is a family of cocktails whose main ingredients are rum and lime juice. ... Jeromy Cox is a colorist who has worked in the comics industry. ... John Cox is: a player in the National Basketball Association, and uncle of Kobe Bryant the birth name of American actor John Howard a British bird artist an Australian ornithologist, after whom the shorebird Coxs Sandpiper was named ... John C. Cox is a professor of finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management. ... John Herman Cox () founded Cox Financial Group Ltd. ... John Isaac Cox (1857–1946) was Governor of Tennessee from 1905 to 1907. ... Joseph Buford Cox invented what is now known as the chipper type chain for chain saws. ... Josephine Cos is an author. ... Joshua Cox as David Corwin in Babylon 5 Joshua Cox (born August 9, 1965 in San Diego, California, USA) is an American actor. ... Dr. Cox Dr. Julianna Cox is a fictional chief medical examiner in the TV show Homicide: Life on the Street for seasons 5-6, played by actress Michelle Forbes. ... Homicide: Life on the Street is an American television drama series chronicling the life of a fictional Baltimore police homicide unit. ... Julie Cox in Dune miniseries Julie Cox is a English actress. ... Kathy Cox is the current superintendent of public schools for the U.S. state of Georgia, and is a Republican. ... Kenyon Cox (October 27, 1856 - 1919), American painter, was born at Warren, Ohio, being the son of Gen. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Anthony Cox was a jazz musician, film producer, and art promoter. ... Yoko Ono during an appearance on The Jimmy Kimmel Show Yoko Ono Lennon (born February 18, 1933) is a Japanese-American musician and artist, but probably best known as the widow of John Lennon of The Beatles. ... Professor Lee Cox is a writer and famous political figure in Australia. ... Lynne Cox (born 1957) is a long-distance open-water swimmer and writer. ... Margaret Cox is an Irish politician and member of the 22nd Seanad Éireann for Fianna Fáil. ... Mark Cox played professional and amateur tennis in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. ... Mia Cox is a female singer/songwriter from Newark, New Jersey. ... Archbishop Michael Patrick OConnor Cox (born 1945) was ordained on 1 January 1976 and consecrated a Palmarian bishop on September 9, 1977 by Ciaran Broadberry. ... The cathedral of Palmar de Troya The Palmarian Catholic Church (One Holy Catholic Apostolic and Palmarian Church) is a schismatic Catholic sect with its own pope, Peter II. He is a rival pope, or antipope, to Pope Benedict XVI. Pope Benedict XVI is the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. ... Michael J. Cox is a registered pharmacist living in Independence, Missouri who authored the biography on the late Grand Prix/sports car driver Masten Gregory (titled: Masten Gregory: Totally Fearless). ... Mike Cox (born 1961) is the 52nd Attorney General of Michigan, having served since January 1, 2003. ... Nathan Karma Cox is mostly known for directing music videos. ... Nikki Cox appearing in the television series Las Vegas Nikki Cox (born Nicole Avery Cox on June 2, 1978 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress known mostly for her roles on the television series Unhappily Ever After and Las Vegas. ... Oscar Alfredo Cox was responsible for the introduction of football in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1901. ... Pamela Cox wrote two books for the St. ... Palmer Cox Palmer Cox (April 28, 1840-July 24, 1924) was a Canadian born artist, best known for his series of humorous verse cartoons about the mischievous but kind-hearted Brownies. ... Pat Cox during a discussion at the 2004 Karlspreis ceremonies Pat Cox (born 28 November 1952) is an Irish politician and former television current affairs presenter. ... Sir Percy Zachariah Cox (1864 - 1937) was a British administrator and diplomat in the British Mandate of Iraq. ... Dr. Perry Cox Dr. Percival Perry Cox[1] (most commonly referred to as Dr. Cox) is a fictional character played by John C. McGinley in the American sitcom Scrubs. ... now. ... Go West are a British pop group. ... Go West are a British pop group. ... Reg Cox was a character in EastEnders, played by Johnnie Clayton and by Marc Tufano in the Christmas special Walford At War: Civvy Street. ... EastEnders is a popular BBC television soap opera, which was first broadcast on February 19, 1985. ... Renée Cox is an artist and photographer who has caused controversy through her depiction of religious themes and imagery in unorthodox ways. ... Richard Cox may refer to: Richard Threlkeld Cox, U.S. physicist Richard Cox, bishop of Ely in the early 16th century Richard Cox, Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1703-1707 Richard Cox, birth name of U.S. actor Dick Sargent Richard Ian Cox, British actor Richard Cox, British horticulturalist, created Cox... Richard Cox (c. ... Richard Colvin Cox was United States Military Academy (West Point) second-year cadet who disappeared after he left his dormitory around six p. ... Richard Threlkeld Cox (1898 - May 2, 1991) was a professor of physics at Johns Hopkins University, known for Coxs theorem relating to the foundations of probability. ... Coxs theorem, named after the physicist Richard Threlkeld Cox, is a derivation of the laws of probability theory from a certain set of postulates. ... Robert O. Cox was mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Florida from 1988-1991. ... Robert Henry Cox is a political scientist and was the first Director of the School of International and Area Studies at the University of Oklahoma. ... Ron Cox (born July 12, 1966 in Soddy Daisy, Tennessee), is a driver in the ARCA RE/MAX Series. ... Ronny Cox as Former Vice-President Robert Kinsey in Stargate SG-1 Daniel Ronald Cox (born Saturday, July 23, 1938 in Cloudcroft, New Mexico and grew up in Portales, New Mexico. ... Samuel Cox (April 19, 1826 - 1893), English nonconformist divine, was born in London. ... Samuel Hanson Cox (August 25, 1793 - October 2, 1880), American Presbyterian divine, was born at Rahway, New Jersey, of Quaker stock. ... Sandy Cox of New Philadelphia, Ohio, is an American politician of the Democratic party. ... Sara Cox Michelle Sara Cox (born December 13, 1974) is a British television and radio personality and presenter. ... Steve Cox (born October 31, 1974 in Delano, California) was a first baseman for the Major League Baseball Tampa Bay Devil Rays. ... Terry Cox played drums in the British folk-rock bands The Pentangle, Duffys Nucleus and Humblebums. ... Bob Dylans folk-rock album, Blonde on Blonde Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. ... Tiequon Lil Fee Cox (born Tiequon Aundray Cox, on December 1, 1965) is one of Americas most infamous prison inmates. ... Thomas Michael Cox (born January 19, 1930) is a Labour politician in the United Kingdom. ... Tony Cox in Date Movie Joseph Anthony Tony Cox (born April 3, 1958, Uniontown, Alabama) is an American actor. ... Tricia Nixon, escorted by her father down the aisle at her wedding to Edward Cox in 1971. ... Edward Ridley Finch Cox, born in Suffolk County, New York, is a lawyer who is most well known as the son-in-law of Richard M. Nixon and as a possible candidate for the 2006 New York Senate race, running against Hillary Clinton. ... Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 to 1974. ... Wallace Maynard Cox (born December 6, 1924; died February 15, 1973) was a television and motion picture actor. ... Wendell Cox is an international public policy consultant. ... People named William Cox include: William (Bill) Cox, Chief Justice and Lieutenant-Governor of Tasmania, Australia William Cox (athlete), United States Olympic medallist William Cox (pioneer), constructor of the road across the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia William Cox (politician), former United States Secretary of the Senate This... For other uses, see William Cox (disambiguation). ... Governor of Tasmania His Excellency the Honpurable William John Ellis Cox, AC, RFD, ED ( born April 1, 1936 in Hobart, Tasmania) has been Governor of Tasmania since 15 December 2004, prior to which he was the states Chief Justice. ... A Lieutenant Governor or Lieutenant-Governor is a government official who is the subordinate or deputy of a Governor or Governor-General. ... Emblems: {{{Emblems}}} Motto: Ubertas et Fidelitas (Fertility and Faithfulness) Slogan or Nickname: The Apple Isle Other Australian states and territories Capital Hobart Government Const. ... William Cox (born 19 December 1764 at Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England, died 15 March 1837) was an Australian pioneer. ... Cliff overlooking the Jamison Valley The Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, roughly 100 kilometres west of Sydney, are a range of sandstone mountains that reach to at least 1190 metres above sea level (in the Lithgow area). ... Emblems: Floral - Waratah (Telopea speciosissima); Bird - Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas); Animal - Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus); Fish - Blue Groper (Achoerodus viridis) Motto: Orta Recens Quam Pura Nites (Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine) Slogan or Nickname: First State, Premier State Other Australian states and territories Capital Sydney Government Const. ...

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