James Wilson Cotton (1896 - 1973)
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James Wilson Cotton (1896 - 1973) was born in July 1896 at at home, Greenbrier, Faulkner County, Arkansas. He was born into the Cotton family.
He died on June 10, 1973 at 76 years old. His family lists the cause of death as: cancer. James was buried on June 12, 1973.
James Wilson Cotton's last known residence is at North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.
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My dad James(Jimmy) married my mom, Maggie in Nov. 1915. They worked hard farming, raised 7 children. Movedto the city(Little Rock, AR) in 1943. James worked for the transit system driving a city bus for several years. He then bought and worked small grocery stores. He worked hard always, loved his family, read his Bible and had a great sense of humor. We loved him and miss him.
- Given name
- Cotton family history
- Scotch- Irish
- Last Known Residence
- North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas
at at home,
Greenbrier, Faulkner County, Arkansas
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- Cause of death
- Busn driver/ grocery store owner, farmer
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