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Notes for Leone Jeanette FOWLER


OBITUARY:  "Elroy Leader-Tribune. [Elroy, Juneau Co., WI] Thursday,February 29, 1940
OBITUARY - COLVIN
Mrs. Leone Jeanette Colvin, nee Fowler, was born to Mr. and Mrs.Arthur Fowler, at Elroy, June 10,
1895.
She was married to Theodore Colvin, March 10, 1914.  They first livedin Elroy.  Later they moved
to Wyeville and then to Wonewoc and in1928 they took up their residence in Madison where they have
sinceresided.
After a lingering illness that dates back almost tow years she died atthe Madison hospital just
before midnight, Monday, February 19, at theage of 44 years, 8 months, and 9 days.
Survivors are the husband, Theodore Colvin, four sons, Merrill, Lynnand Donald, at home, and
Rexford, who is serving as coast guard in theUnited States Army at Ft. Stevens, Oregon.   Three
brothers alsosurvive, David Fowler, Elroy, Lloyd Fowler, Janesville, and HenryFowler, Milwaukee.
Mrs. Colvin's testimony the week before she died was that she wascontinually looking to the Lord
for her helper.
The text used at her funeral service last Friday in Madison was takenfrom Psalms 121, emphasizing
the second verse: "My help cometh fromthe Lord, which made heaven and earth."
Funeral services in Elroy were held at the Mueller Funeral Parlor withthe Rev. A.M. Rusten
officiating, interment was in the Elroy Cemetery.
Out of town people who attended the funeral included Mr. and Mrs.Henry Fowler, and two daughters,
of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. LloydFowler, Janesville; Della and Louie Kinickmyer, Mr. and Mrs.
NormanWoll; Mr. Klingle, Stella Pertshorn, Jeanette Butterfield, Mrs. AgnesGraack and son, Swen
Swenson, Irene Zepla, Elaine Burnson, BasilPeterson, Ronald Brown, Robert Olson, Eugene Dugan,
Alfred Neibuhr,Jerry Braund, Lyle Wszeke, Betty Dayes, Mr. and Mrs. S. Risley, Jas.Dugan, all of
Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Colvin, and Mr. and Mrs.Byron Colvin of Wonewoc.  Several friends
from Wyesville were alsopresent

OBITUARY:  "Wisconsin State Journal"  [Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin]Tuesday, February 20, 1940,
Page 2
Mrs. Leone Colvin,
Resident of City
12 Years, Dies :
Mrs. Leone Colvin, 44, of 2305 Upbam st., resident of Madison for 12years, died at a Madison
hospital Monday after a long illness.
Survivors include the widower, Theodore, Madison; four sons, Merrill,Lynn, and Donald, all of
Madison, and Rexford, Ft Stevens. Ore.:three, brothers. David Fowler, Elroy; Lloyd Fowler,
Janesville, andHenry Fowler, Milwaukee.
Funeral service will be held at 30 a. m. Wednesday in the Gundersonfuneral parlor, with  the Rev.
J. N. Walstead otficiatiag, aad at 1:30p. m. Thursday in the Mueller funeral parlors at Elroy 
Burial wil bein Elroy.
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Notes for Margarite Edith FOWLER


BIRTH:  California Birth Records listed at Rootsweb.com  April 2002.

DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: 	Marguerite Fowler Pierce
[Marguerite Edith Pierce] 
[Marguerite Fitzgearl] 
[Marquerite Fitzgearl] 
[Marguerit Fitzgearl] 
[Marguerite Fowler Fowler] 
Gender: 	Female
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	14 Feb 1922
Birth Place: 	Walla Walla, Washington
Death Date: 	11 Apr 1996
Father: 	Gerald T Fowler
Mother: 	Emily M Kirchner
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Signature on SSN Card: 	MARGUERITE E PIERCE
Relationship of Signature: 	Signature name differs from NH’s name.
Notes: 	Jun 1941: Name listed as MARGUERITE FOWLER PIERCE; Aug 1965: Name listed as MARGUERITE
EDITH PIERCE; Jun 1966: Name listed as MARGUERITE E FITZGEARL; 31 Aug 1981: Name listed as
MARQUERITE EDITH FITZGEARL; 18 Apr 1996: Name listed as MARGUERIT E FITZGEARL

DEATH:  California Birth Records listed at Rootsweb.com   April 2002.Information from Social
Security Death Index database located atRootsweb.com  Marguerite E. Fitzgearl b. 14 Feb 1922; d.
11 April1996.  Last known residence:  Castella, Shasta Co., CA.  Card issued:CA.   April 2002.
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Notes for Miriam FOWLER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.comMiriam Fowler RobertsBIRTH:   Oct 9,1784DEATH:  Nov 9, 1864BURIED: 
Factory Point Cemetery, ManchesterCenter, Bennington Co., VTTombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Susan A FOWLER


BURIED:  Findagrave.com
Susan A. Fowler
Birth:  Dec 11, 1888
Death:  Sep 6, 1899
Buried:  Walnut Grove Cemetery, Rhea Mills, Collin Co., TX
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Albert Mason FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Albany Co., Albany City.  E.D.: 64.Enumerated:  5 Jun 1900. 
Dwelling/Family:  21/23.  Albert M. Fox,head, Jun 1867, 33, m9 years, CT/CT/MA, banker.  Harriet
V., wife, Nov1865, 34, m9 yrs, 0 children, 0 living, NY/NY/NY.

OBITUARY:  "The Poughkeepsie Eagle News"  [Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co.,NY]  Wednesday, April 30,
1941
ALBERT M. FOX
RITES TODAY
Retired Pine Plains Banker Dies After Brief Illness;  Was 75 years Old
(Special in The Eagle News)
Pine Plains, April 29 - Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon for
Albert M. Fox, 75, a retired banker and broker, who died at his home, "Pine Vista," yesterday
after a brief illness.
The Rev. C.M. Mosher, minister of the Presbyterian church here, wil lofficiate at the services
which will be held at the late home.  Buria lwill be in Evergreen cemetery under the direction of
Frank & Robers and son.
Mr. Fox, son of the late Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Fox, was born in Newtown, Conn. on January 3, 1866. 
He became affiliated with the banking and brokerage firm of Spencer-Trask and company of New York
in1886 and in 1888 went to Albany to become manager of the Albany office of the compay and became
a resident partner.  He retired January 1926
In April, 1926 he came here to make his home and had remained here since then.  He and Mrs. Fox,
the former Harriet Vail, recently observed their golden wedding anniversary.
Mr. Fox was a member of the Madison Avenue Presbyterian church, Albany and the First Presbyterian
church of Pine Plains.  He served as superintendent of the Sunday school in the local church for
some time and as chairman of its board of trustees.  He was also a member of the Fort Orange club
of Albany.

OBITUARY:   "The Register-Herald"   [Pine Plains, Dutchess Co., N.Y.]Thursday, May 1, 1941
Albert M. Fox Died Suddenly Tuesday Morning
Albert Mr. Fox, died at his home, "Pine Vista," early Tuesday morning, after a brief illness with
a heart ailment.  Mr. Fox was a retired banker and broker who had been an active church worker and
interested in all philanthropic work of this village.
Born in Newtown, Conn., January 3, 1866, he was the son of the late Rev and Mrs. Daniel Fox. In
1886, he became associated with the banking and brokerage firm of Spencer-Trask and company of New
York. In 1833, Mr. Fox went to Albany to become manager of the Albany office of the company and
become resident partner He held this position until his retirement, January 1, 1926.  In April of
that year, Mr. Fox came to this village to make his home.  On December 3, 1940, he and Mrs. Fox,
the former Harriet Vail observed their golden wedding anniversary.
A member of the Madison Avenue Presbyterian church, Albany, and the First Presbyterian church
here, Mr. Fox has been actively identified with church work for a number of years.  For some time,
he served as superintendent of the Sunday school of the local church and as chairman of the board
of trustees of the church.  He also was a member of the Fort Orange club at Albany.
Funeral services will be conducted at his home at 2:30 o'clock this (Thursday) afternoon, with the
Rev. C.M. Moser, pastor of there local Presbyterian church, officiating, assisted by the Rev.
George A. Boss, pastor of the local Methodist church, and the Rev. George C. Langdon, pastor of
the local Episcopal church.  Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery under the direction of Frank S.
Roberts and son.
Bearers will be members of the church boards: Smith Thompson, George C. Reefer, Edward Sadler,
Henry Knickerbockers, Fred Finger and Charles Ladue.
The remaining members of the church boards, officers and teachers ofthe Sunday school will be
honorary bearers.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Albert M. Fox
Birth:  Jan 3, 1866
Death:  Apr 29, 1941
Buried:  Evergreen Cemetery, Pine Plains, Dutchess Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Aline FOX


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City,  AssemblyDistrict 10, Borough of
Manhattan, ED. 771, Dwelling/Family: 48/51,enumerated 8 Jan 1920:   Townsend, J Allen, Head, Owns
[Free], 58,NY/NY/NY, Lawyer, Self.  Bille, Wife, 55.  Fox, Adeline T, Daughter,25, NY/NY/NY.   E
Tunnicliff, Son in Law, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker,Insurance.  Tunnicliff Jr, Grandchild, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Aline,Grandchild, 1 3/12, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City[Manhattan?],  E.D. 551, Sheet, 21B,
Dwelling & Family 356, enumerated19 Apr 1930:  Townsend, J Allen, Head, Rents, 68, 1st m. at
28,NY/NY/NY, Retired.  Viola H, Wife, 66, 1st m. at 26, NY/NY/NY.  Fox, ETunnicliff, Son in Law,
41, 1st m. at 27, NY/NY/NY, Insurance Broker,WWI Vet.  Adeline T, Daughter, 36, 1st m. at 23,
NY/NY/NY.   ETunnicliff, Grandson, 12, Attended School, NY/NY/NY.  Aline,Granddaughter, 11,
Attended School, NY/NY/NY.

Passenger List of "Monarch of Bermuda," sailing from Hamilton,Bermuda, 30 Mar 1936, to NYC, 1 Apr
1936:Fox, E Tunnicliff, 48, b.1888, Cape Vincent, NY, Address in US: Feeks Lane, Locust
Valley,L.I., NY.  E Tunnicliff, 18, b. 1918, Irvington, NY.  Adeline T, 42,b. 1894, New York City,
NY.  Aline, 17, b. 1919, Irvington, NY.
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Notes for Aline Kate FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Town of Eastchester,E.D. 65, Dwelling/Family:
112/118, enumerated 15 Jun 1900: Fox,Edwin, Head, b. May 1849, 51, m. 24 yrs, NY/CT/NY, Real
Estate Agent,Rents Farm.  Cornelia, Wife, b. Dec 1850, 49, m. 24 yrs, mother of 6children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, b. Aug 1878, 21,NY/NY/NY, Insurance [Fire].  Alline K,
Daughter, b. May 1880, 20,NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, Son, b. Apr 1882, 18, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Marie
R,Daughter, b. Nov 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Tunnicliff, Son, b.Sep 1887, 12, NY/NY/NY, At
School.CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY,Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New Rochelle City, E.D.
82,Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox, Edwin D, Head,60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, Rents House,  CorneliaA, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance. Alline Kate,Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY, Broker, RealEstate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs, mother of 1child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3, NY/NY/NY. Fox,Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Westchester Co.,
Elmsford Village, Town of Greenburgh,E.D. 41, Dwelling/Family: 259/328, enumerated 31 Jan 1920: 
Fox, EdwinD, Head, Owns, 70, NY/CT/NY, Partner, Real Estate.  Cornelia, Wife,68, NY/NY/NY.  Kate,
Daughter, 39, NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, 37, NY/NY/NY,Partner, Real Estate.  Plus three servants in
household.

List of United States Citizens on the SS Champlain Sailing from Havre,France, July 22, 1936,
Arriving at the Port of New York, July 29th1936.Fox, Aline, 56, b. May 1, 1880, Cape Vincent, NY,
Residence:Southport, ConnList of United States Citizens on the SS "Roma"Sailing from
Villefranche, March 1st, 1937, Arriving at Port of NewYork, March 11th, 1937Fox, Aline K., 56, b.
Cape Vincent, NY, May 1st1880, address in US: Southport, Conn
OBITUARY:  "The New York Times" [New York City, New York Co., NY], 6Jul 1954:FOX -- Aline Kate,
at Desbaratas, Canada, in herseventy-fourth year. Sunday, July 4, daughter of the late Edwin
DuaneFox and Cornelia A. Fox, beloved sisters of Mrs. Robert K. Potter andE. Tunnicluff Fox.
Services Tuesday, 4 P. M., Anglican Church,Debarats [sic], Canada, Interment private, Kensico
Cemetery, Walhalla[sic], N. Y., noon Thursday.
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Notes for Charles Curtis FOX


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Rochester Ward 12. E.D. 119. Enumerated: 21 Apr 1910.
Dwelling/Family: 85/128
Mary E. Fox, head 60 Wd, 3 children, 3 living, NY/MA/VT, keeper, rooming house
 Morton R., son, 37, m2, m3 yrs, NY/NY/NY, electrician, electrical company.
 Charles Curtis Fox, grandson, 7, NY/NY/CT.
Byron Harrington, brother, 70, Wd, NY/MA/VT, own income
5 Roomers, do not appear to be related.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Queens Co., Queens Assembly Dist. 6. E.D. 436. Enumerated: 21 Jan
1920. Dwelling/Family: 27/40
Morton R. Fox, head, 47, NY/NY/NY, carpenter, theatre.
 Lydia E., wife, 44, NY/NY/NY
 Charles C., son, 14, NY/NY/NY.
Mary A. McClancy, servant, 65, Wd, NY/PA/Ireland, maid, private family.
Clara Annis, mother-in-law, 65, Wd, NY/MI/NY.

BURIAL: Findagrave.com
charles Curtis Fox
Birth:  Nov 28, 1902
Death: Apr 16, 1983
Buried: Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co.,
NY
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Notes for Charles Morton FOX


BURIAL: Findagrave.com
Charles Morton Fox
Birth: 1848
Death:  Jul 29, 1896
Buried: Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co.,
NY
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Notes for Clifford Stanley FOX


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., 14th Ward, Rochester City,E.D. 142, Sheet 7A, Dwelling
/Family: 131/158, enumerated 19 Apr 1910:Fox, Stanley H, Head, m1 10 yrs, 35, NY/NY/NY, Machinist,
Tool Mfg,Rents house.  Cora E, Wife, 34, m1 10 yrs, mother of 2 children, 2living, ny/Can-Eng/Ger. 
Raymond H, Son, 8, NY/NY/NY, Attended School.Clifford S, Son, 5, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Ward 19, Rochester City,E.D.218, Sheet 16B,
Dwelling/Family: 323.279, enumerated 16 Jan 1920:Fox, Cora E, Head, Owns [Mortgaged], 43, Wd,
NY/NY/NY.   Raymond,Son, 18, NY/NY/NY, Student Engineer, Machine Co.  Clifford, Son, 13,Attended
School, NY/NY/NY

BURIAL:  Tombstones in Range Four, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NewYork:FOX, Clifford Stanley 1
Jun 1906-17 Feb 1967FOX, Cora Ellen 17May 1878-22 Oct 1941FOX, Stanley H. 13 Apr 1874-15 Apr 1912
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Notes for Cornelius Frederic FOX


CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New RochelleCity, E.D. 82,
Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox,Edwin D, Head, 60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, RentsHouse,  Cornelia A, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children,
5living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance.Alline Kate, Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY,Broker, Real Estate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs,mother of 1 child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3,NY/NY/NY. Fox, Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.

MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Card:  Serial No. 3403,Order No. 3987.  Name: Cornelius
Frederic Fox.  Permanent HomeAddress: 37 W. 44, New York, NY. Age: 40; Date of Birth: Aug. 4,
1878.Present Occupation: Executur?  Employer's Name: Fox and Pier.  Placeof Employment: 39 Liberty
St..  Nearest Relative: Edwin D. Fox.Address: Elmsford, N. Y.  Signature: Cornelius Frederic
Fox.Registrar's Report. Height: Medium; Build: Slender.  Color of Eyes:Brown.  Color of Hair:
Brown.  Physical Disqualifications: NoneListed.  Registration Place: New York City, New York Co,
NY[Manhattan].  Registration Date: Not dated; on form for 12 Sep 1918
U.S. Passport Application:Name: Cornelius F. Fox.  Birth Date: 4 Aug1878. Birth Place: Cape
Vincent, New York.  Residence: New York, NewYork.  Occupation: Insurance.  Passport Issue Date: 9
Feb 1918.Father Name: Edwin Duane Fox.  Father's Birth Location: Watertown, NY.Father's Residence:
Elmsford, New York.  Passport Includes a Photo:Y.  Passport for Use in Visiting: Cuba.  Object of
Visit: Appraisal &Inspection. *Although two later passport applications are indexed forCornelius
Frederick Fox, he signed Cornelius F. Fox; someone added"Frederick" later.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, New York Co., Manhattan AssemblyDistrict 10, E.D. 786, Sheet 9A,
37 West 44th Street, enumerated 10Feb 1920:  Fox, Cornelius F, Lodger, 41, NY/NY/NY,
President,Insurance

DEATH:  New York Death Index.  Italian Genealogical Group.http://www.italiangen.org/
Fox, Cornelius F..  50 yr.  Died:  17 Aprl 1929.  Cert No. 11304.County:  Manhattan.

"The New York Times" [New York City, New York Co., NY], Thursday, 18Apr 1929, Deaths:FOX -- On
April 17, Cornelius Frederick [sic*] Fox,at Carlton House, 22 East 47th St., son of the late Edwin
Duane andCornelia Fox. Service at St. Bartholomew's Church, Park Av. and 51stSt., Friday, 10:30 A.
M.*In actual obit [90 words, same paper, pay toview] identified as CORNELIUS FREDERIC FOX.;
President of InsuranceFirm and Two Real Estate Concerns
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Notes for Dexter Delano FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Dexter Delano Fox
Birth:  3 Dec 1822, Allegany Co., NY
Death:  26 Oct 1905, Brule Co., SD
Cemetery:  Greenwood Cemetery, North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Edward Raymond FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Town of Eastchester,E.D. 65, Dwelling/Family:
112/118, enumerated 15 Jun 1900: Fox,Edwin, Head, b. May 1849, 51, m. 24 yrs, NY/CT/NY, Real
Estate Agent,Rents Farm.  Cornelia, Wife, b. Dec 1850, 49, m. 24 yrs, mother of 6children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, b. Aug 1878, 21,NY/NY/NY, Insurance [Fire].  Alline K,
Daughter, b. May 1880, 20,NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, Son, b. Apr 1882, 18, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Marie
R,Daughter, b. Nov 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Tunnicliff, Son, b.Sep 1887, 12, NY/NY/NY, At
School.CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY,Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New Rochelle City, E.D.
82,Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox, Edwin D, Head,60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, Rents House,  CorneliaA, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance. Alline Kate,Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY, Broker, RealEstate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs, mother of 1child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3, NY/NY/NY. Fox,Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Westchester Co.,
Elmsford Village, Town of Greenburgh,E.D. 41, Dwelling/Family: 259/328, enumerated 31 Jan 1920: 
Fox, EdwinD, Head, Owns, 70, NY/CT/NY, Partner, Real Estate.  Cornelia, Wife,68, NY/NY/NY.  Kate,
Daughter, 39, NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, 37, NY/NY/NY,Partner, Real Estate.  Plus three servants in
household.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Elmsford Village,Greenburg Town, E.D. 137,
Dwelling/Family: 335/440,   Fox, Cornelia A,Head, 78, Owns [$20,000 value], 78, 1st m. at 24,
NY/NY/NY. RaymondNed, Son, 48, NY/NY/NY, Salesman, Real Estate, Not a WWI Vet.Johnson, Lessie C,
Servant, 40, SC/SC/SC, Servant, Private Family.
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Notes for Edwin Duane FOX


SOURCE:  "Rathbone Genealogy. A Complete History of the RathboneFamily, Dating from 1574 to Date,"
by John C. Cooley [Press of theCourier Job Print, Syracuse, NY, 1898], p. 107:EDWIN D.11
FOX[Elizabeth10, Olive9, Eliza8, Moses7, Joshua6, Ponathan5, John4,John3, John2, Richard 1], born
Aug. 25, 1849. He married CorneliaCrevelin, Sept. 12, 1876; she was the daughter of Joseph and
Cornelia[Calvin Crevelin]. Children:1. Cornelius Frederick. b. Aug. 4,18782. Alvine Kate. b.
May 1, 18803. Edward Raymond. b. April 3,1882.4. Marie Rathbone. b. Nov. 5, 1884.5. Delano H.
Harcourt. b.Nov. 5, 1886.6. Edwin Tunnicliff. b. Sept. 12, 1888.All dates do notagree with 1900
census.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Town of Eastchester,E.D. 65, Dwelling/Family:
112/118, enumerated 15 Jun 1900: Fox,Edwin, Head, b. May 1849, 51, m. 24 yrs, NY/CT/NY, Real
Estate Agent,Rents Farm.  Cornelia, Wife, b. Dec 1850, 49, m. 24 yrs, mother of 6children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, b. Aug 1878, 21,NY/NY/NY, Insurance [Fire].  Alline K,
Daughter, b. May 1880, 20,NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, Son, b. Apr 1882, 18, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Marie
R,Daughter, b. Nov 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Tunnicliff, Son, b.Sep 1887, 12, NY/NY/NY, At
School.CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY,Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New Rochelle City, E.D.
82,Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox, Edwin D, Head,60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, Rents House,  CorneliaA, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance. Alline Kate,Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY, Broker, RealEstate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs, mother of 1child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3, NY/NY/NY. Fox,Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Westchester Co.,
Elmsford Village, Town of Greenburgh,E.D. 41, Dwelling/Family: 259/328, enumerated 31 Jan 1920: 
Fox, EdwinD, Head, Owns, 70, NY/CT/NY, Partner, Real Estate.  Cornelia, Wife,68, NY/NY/NY.  Kate,
Daughter, 39, NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, 37, NY/NY/NY,Partner, Real Estate.  Plus three servants in
household.
OBITUARY:  "Cape Vincent Eagle" [Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY],Thursday, 30 Oct 1924:EDWIN
DUANE FOXFORMER CAPE RESIDENT PASSESAWAY, AGED 75 YEARSIt is with much regret that we chronicle
thepassing of one of our former well known residents, Edwin Duane Fox,who died at his home, at
Elmsford, Westchester county, on October 25,following an illness of pneumoniaEdwin Duane Fox, who
was 75 yearsold, was born in Watertown, a son of the late Herny [sic] L. and Eliza[Dodge] Fox. For
many years the Fox family was prominent in the hotelbusiness in Cape Vincent, conducting the old
St. Lawrence, the RathbunHouse, and the Hotel Algonquin, which was built by Mr.
Fox'sfather-in-law, the late Joseph Crevolin. After retiring from the hotelbusiness Mr. Fox moved
to New York with his family, where he becameengaged in the real estate business. At the time of
his death he hadextensive real estate interests in Westchester county."Ed" Fox, as hewas commonly
called by the people of Cape Vincent, was a man whopossessed many friends in this locality and who
will regret to learnof his demise and all will extend their sympathy to the bereavedfamily.
Besides his widow, Cornelia Crevolin Fox, he is survived bythree sons, Cornelius F. Fox, Ned
Raymond Fox and Edwin TunnicliffFox, and two daughters, Miss Aline Kate Fox and Mrs. Robert K.
Potter.
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Notes for Edwin Tunnicliff FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Town of Eastchester,E.D. 65, Dwelling/Family:
112/118, enumerated 15 Jun 1900: Fox,Edwin, Head, b. May 1849, 51, m. 24 yrs, NY/CT/NY, Real
Estate Agent,Rents Farm.  Cornelia, Wife, b. Dec 1850, 49, m. 24 yrs, mother of 6children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, b. Aug 1878, 21,NY/NY/NY, Insurance [Fire].  Alline K,
Daughter, b. May 1880, 20,NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, Son, b. Apr 1882, 18, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Marie
R,Daughter, b. Nov 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Tunnicliff, Son, b.Sep 1887, 12, NY/NY/NY, At
School.

CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New RochelleCity, E.D. 82,
Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox,Edwin D, Head, 60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, RentsHouse,  Cornelia A, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children,
5living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance.Alline Kate, Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY,Broker, Real Estate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs,mother of 1 child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3,NY/NY/NY. Fox, Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.

MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Card, No. 22:  Edwin T Fox,29.  Address: 138 E. 31, New
York, New York.  Birth Date: Sep 1, 1887.Place of Birth: Cape Vincent, NY.  Occupation: Insurance. 
Employers:Johnson & Hickop?, Wall Street.  Dependents: Father & Mother, Wife &Child.  Previous
Military Service: None Listed.  Exemptions Claimed:Yes, Dependents.  Registrar's Report:.  Height:
Tall; Build: Slender.Eyes: Brown.  Hair: Brown.  Physical Disabilities: None.  RegistrationPlace:
Precinct 16, NY, NY.  Registration Date: 5 Jun 1917

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City,  AssemblyDistrict 10, Borough of
Manhattan, ED. 771, Dwelling/Family: 48/51,enumerated 8 Jan 1920:   Townsend, J Allen, Head, Owns
[Free], 58,NY/NY/NY, Lawyer, Self.  Bille, Wife, 55.  Fox, Adeline T, Daughter,25, NY/NY/NY.   E
Tunnicliff, Son in Law, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker,Insurance.  Tunnicliff Jr, Grandchild, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Aline,Grandchild, 1 3/12, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City[Manhattan?],  E.D. 551, Sheet, 21B,
Dwelling & Family 356, enumerated19 Apr 1930:  Townsend, J Allen, Head, Rents, 68, 1st m. at
28,NY/NY/NY, Retired.  Viola H, Wife, 66, 1st m. at 26, NY/NY/NY.  Fox, ETunnicliff, Son in Law,
41, 1st m. at 27, NY/NY/NY, Insurance Broker,WWI Vet.  Adeline T, Daughter, 36, 1st m. at 23,
NY/NY/NY.   ETunnicliff, Grandson, 12, Attended School, NY/NY/NY.  Aline,Granddaughter, 11,
Attended School, NY/NY/NY.

Passenger List of "Monarch of Bermuda," sailing from Hamilton,Bermuda, 30 Mar 1936, to NYC, 1 Apr
1936:Fox, E Tunnicliff, 48, b.1888, Cape Vincent, NY, Address in US: Feeks Lane, Locust
Valley,L.I., NY.  E Tunnicliff, 18, b. 1918, Irvington, NY.  Adeline T, 42,b. 1894, New York City,
NY.  Aline, 17, b. 1919, Irvington, NY.

DEATH:  Florida Death Index, 1936-1998: Edwin Tunnicliff Fox.  DeathDate: Jan 1967.  County of
Death: Martin.  State of Death: Florida
Social Security Death Index.  Edwin Fox.  Birth:  1 Sep 1887.  Death:Jan 1967.  Residence of
record:  Locust Valley, Nassau Co., NY.  Cardissued from NY.

OBITUARY:  "The New York Times" [New York City, New York Co., NY],Tuesday, 10 Jan 1967:Fox -- E.
Tunnicliff, age 79, died, suddenly,January 8th at Hobe Sound, Florida, beloved husband of Adeline,
fatherof E. Tunnicliff Fox, Jr. of Warrenton, Virginia and threegrandchildren. Service at Christ
Memorial Chapel, Hobe Sound, Florida,Tuesday, January 10th, 10 A.M. Interment in Kensico
Cemetery,Valhalla, New York. There will be a Memorial Service in St.Bartholomew's Chapel, Park
Ave. and 50th St., New York City onWednesday, January 11th at 2:30 P.M. Please omit
flowers.Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund or your favorite charity.
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Notes for Edwin Tunnicliff FOX


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City,  AssemblyDistrict 10, Borough of
Manhattan, ED. 771, Dwelling/Family: 48/51,enumerated 8 Jan 1920:   Townsend, J Allen, Head, Owns
[Free], 58,NY/NY/NY, Lawyer, Self.  Bille, Wife, 55.  Fox, Adeline T, Daughter,25, NY/NY/NY.   E
Tunnicliff, Son in Law, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker,Insurance.  Tunnicliff Jr, Grandchild, 2, NY/NY/NY. 
Aline,Grandchild, 1 3/12, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, New York Co., New York City[Manhattan?],  E.D. 551, Sheet, 21B,
Dwelling & Family 356, enumerated19 Apr 1930:  Townsend, J Allen, Head, Rents, 68, 1st m. at
28,NY/NY/NY, Retired.  Viola H, Wife, 66, 1st m. at 26, NY/NY/NY.  Fox, ETunnicliff, Son in Law,
41, 1st m. at 27, NY/NY/NY, Insurance Broker,WWI Vet.  Adeline T, Daughter, 36, 1st m. at 23,
NY/NY/NY.   ETunnicliff, Grandson, 12, Attended School, NY/NY/NY.  Aline,Granddaughter, 11,
Attended School, NY/NY/NY.
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Notes for Elijah Rolla FOX


CENSUS:  1850 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Nov 1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  2244/2272
Elijah R. Fox, 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate value, NY
  Eliza, 35, NY
  Munroe, 15, NY
  Leroy, 12, NY
  Leander, 10, NY
  Sabina N., 8, NY

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7, NY

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co. Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  136/159
Elijah R. Fox, 63, farmer, $5,500 real estate value, $1,350 pers value, b. NY
  Eliza F., 56, keeping house, b. NY
--/160.  Leander Fox, 30, farmer, NY
  Jane, 28, keeping house, NY

BURIAL:  Lyman Cemetery, Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY
Elijah R. Fox
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:  13 Dec 1874 ..68y1m
Burial ID:  119575
http://www.nnygenealogy.com/index.html
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Notes for Elizabeth FOX


d/o Sinclair Fox (1758-1836)  & Lois DeMaranville (1769-Aft Aug 1833)
Children:  Sinclair, Jr, 1781-1861; John, 1788-1866; Elizabeth, 1794-1880; Lois, 1799-1842;
Benjamin, 1800-1876; Ruth, 1802-1880; Samuel, 1805-1887; Eleazer, 1808-1844; Mary, 1810-1851.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for OH, Ashtabula Co., Conneaut Township,South Ridge P.O., p. 512,
Dwelling/Family: 942/960, enumerated 5 Jun 1860:  Samuel Fox, 55, Farmer, $3800 real estate, $700
pers estate, NH.  Diana, 56, OH.  Daniel M, 19, OH. Justin Kelsey, 33, Farm hand,OH. Betsy Niles,
66, Spinner, NH. Wm C. Baird, 6, IL.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for OH, Ashtabula Co., Conneaut, p. 95A,Dwelling/Family: 55/60, enumerated
2 Aug 1870:  Samuel Fox, 65, Farmer, $6000 real estate, $1000 pers prop, NH.  Diana, 65, Keeping
House, OH. Flowers, Mary, 30, Domestic Servant, OH.  Fox, Betsey, 75,NH.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for IL, Cook Co., District 59, Chicago, E.D.59, p. 566D, Dwelling/Family: 
450?/649, enumerated 19 Jun 1880: Foster, Alfred, 53, Iron Moulder, NY/NY/NY. Emma, 50, Wife,
Keeps House, OH/OH/OH.   Olive, 16, Dau, IL/NY/OH.  Betsy Fox, 85, Mother, Widow,
NH/England/England.

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Notes for Frank T FOX


DEATH:   LDS FamilySearch Eractions
Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960
Name: Frank T. Fox
Death Date: 26 May 1929
Death Place: Montesano, Grays Harbor, Washington
Age at Death: 72 years 20 days
Estimated Birth Year: 1857
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Adele Fox
Father's Name: Dexter Delano Fox
Mother's Name: Hulda Crocker
Film Number: 2022643
Digital GS Number: 4222878
Image Number: 2344
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: 89

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Frank T. Fox
Birth:  1May 1857, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Death:  26 May 1929, Montesano, Grays Harbor Co., WA
Cemetery:  Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co.,
MN
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Notes for George Robert FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OH, Mahoning, Green Township, Washingtonville Village.  E.D. 48. 
Enumerated:  2 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  16/17
Harvey D. Fox, head, May 1864, 35, m8 yrs, OH/OH/OH, day laborer.
  Rose L., wife, Sept 1870, 29, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary E., Dau, Jan 1893, 7, OH/OH/OH, at school.
  George R., son, Aug 1894, 5, OH/OH/OH.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Washington,  E.D. 106.  Enumerated:  3 May 1910. 
Dwelling/Family:  339/351
Harvey D. Fox, head, 45, m1, m18 yrs, OH/OH/OH, pumper, oil well.
  Rose D., wife, 40 m1, m18 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary H., dau, 17, OH/OH/OH.
  George R., son, 15, OH/OH/OH

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
George Robert Fox registered in Butler Co., PA on 5 Jun 1917.
Birth date:  19 Aug 1894
Birth place:  Greenford, Mahoning Co., OH
Occupation:  Driller on oil drill in Washington, Butler Twp., PA
He is single  and not had any prior military experience.  Signed:  George Robert Fox
Registrar's report:
Short with medium build.  Brown eyes and dark brown hair.
No physical disqualifications noted.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Petrolia.  E.D. 56.  Enumerated:  Apr 17, 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  69/73
George R. Fox, head, 35, m at 31, OH/OH/OH, laborer, oil refinery.
  Gladys, wife, 28, m at 24, PA/PA/PA.
  Richard, son, 3, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS:  1940 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Petrolia.  Ed. 10-72.  Enumerated:  Apr 25, 1940.
George R. Fox, head, 45, 2 years high school, born in OH.  Lived in same house Apr 1, 1935. 
Occupation:  Oil refinery foreman
  Gladys V., wife, 38, 4 years high school born in PA.  Lived in same house Apr 1, 1935.
  Richard L., son, 14, 7th grade, born in PA.  Lived in same house Apr 1, 1935.

DEATH:  "New Castle News"  [New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA] December 16, 1959
PETROLIA - George R. Fox, 65, Petrolia, member of the Valley of New Castle Consistory AASR, died
Monday in the Veterans Hospital Pittsburgh, after a long illness.  He was a retired foreman of the
Daugherty Refining Co.  He leaves his wife, a son and a sister.

DEATH:  Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964
Name: 	George Robert Fox
Gender: 	Male
Race: 	White
Age: 	64
Birth Date: 	19 Aug 1894
Birth Place: 	Greenford, Ohio
Death Date: 	14 Dec 1959
Death Place: 	Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Father: 	Daniel Fox
Mother: 	Rose Calvin
Spouse: 	Gladys Fox
Certificate Number: 	108543

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
George R. Fox
Birth:  Aug 19, 1894
Death:  Dec 14, 1959
Buried:  Bear Creek Cemetery, Petrolia, Butler Co., PA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Harvey D. FOX


SOURCE:  Calvin, Claude W.. "The Calvin families : origin and history of the American Calvins, with
a partial genealogy." Pasadena, Calif.: unknown, 1945. pg 241

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OH, Mahoning, Green Township, Washingtonville Village.  E.D. 48. 
Enumerated:  2 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  16/17
Harvey D. Fox, head, May 1864, 35, m8 yrs, OH/OH/OH, day laborer.
  Rose L., wife, Sept 1870, 29, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary E., Dau, Jan 1893, 7, OH/OH/OH, at school.
  George R., son, Aug 1894, 5, OH/OH/OH.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Washington,  E.D. 106.  Enumerated:  3 May 1910. 
Dwelling/Family:  339/351
Harvey D. Fox, head, 45, m1, m18 yrs, OH/OH/OH, pumper, oil well.
  Rose D., wife, 40 m1, m18 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary H., dau, 17, OH/OH/OH.
  George R., son, 15,
OH/OH/OH
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Notes for Imogene E FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Imogene E. Fox
Birth:  3 Jun 1848, Lake Co., OH
Death:  22 May 1856, Columbia Co., WI
Cemetery:  Greenwood Cemetery, North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for J. Munroe FOX


CENSUS:  1850 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Nov 1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  2244/2272
Elijah R. Fox, 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate value, NY
  Eliza, 35, NY
  Munroe, 15, NY
  Leroy, 12, NY
  Leander, 10, NY
  Sabina N., 8,
NY
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Notes for Jennie O FOX


CENSUS:  1930 Census for OH, Wood Co., Pemberville Village, FreedomTownship, E.D. #11, Sheet 5A,
Dwelling #124, Family #126, FrontStreet, enumerated 7 Apr 1930:  Willians [sic], Samuel R, Head,
Owns[$8000 value], 43, 1st m. at 21, PA/PA/PA, No Occupation, Not a WWIVet. Ida M, Wife, 41, 1st
m. at 19, OH/OH/OH. Jennie/Gennie V,Daughter, 20, Attended School, OH/PA/OH. Esther I, Daughter,
19,Attended School, OH/PA/OH. Colvin L, Son, 14, Attended School,OH/PA/OH. Colvin, Jennie O,
Mother in Law, 66, Wd, OH/OH/OH.

DEATH:  Ohio Death Certificates, 1908-1953.  FamilySearch IGI Extraction.  [Microfilm image]
Name: Jennie Fox Colvin
Death date: 26 Sep 1945
Death place: Pemberville, Wood, Ohio, United States
Birth date: 15 Mar 1864
Birth place: Hancock County, Ohio
Age at death: 81 years 6 months 11 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Spouse name: Silas S. Colvin
Father name: John Fox
Mother name: Eliza Fox
GSU film number: 2372584
Digital GS number: 4072474
Image number: 01048
Reference number: 56162
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Jennie Fox Colvin
Birth:  Mar 15, 1864
Death:  Sept 26, 1945
Buried:  Pemberville Cemetery, Pemberville, Wood Co.,
OH
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Notes for Leander P. FOX


CENSUS:  1850 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Nov 1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  2244/2272
Elijah R. Fox, 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate value, NY
  Eliza, 35, NY
  Munroe, 15, NY
  Leroy, 12, NY
  Leander, 10, NY
  Sabina N., 8, NY

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7, NY

CENSUS:  1870 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co. Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  136/159
Elijah R. Fox, 63, farmer, $5,500 real estate value, $1,350 pers value, b. NY
  Eliza F., 56, keeping house, b. NY
--/160.  Leander Fox, 30, farmer, NY
  Jane, 28, keeping house, NY

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Leander P. Fox
Birth:  Dec 20, 1839
Death:  Sep 9, 1913
Buried:  Lorraine Rural Cemetery, Lorraine, Jefferson Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for Leroy FOX


CENSUS:  1850 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Nov 1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  2244/2272
Elijah R. Fox, 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate value, NY
  Eliza, 35, NY
  Munroe, 15, NY
  Leroy, 12, NY
  Leander, 10, NY
  Sabina N., 8, NY

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7,
NY
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Notes for Maria Rathbone FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Westchester Co., Town of Eastchester,E.D. 65, Dwelling/Family:
112/118, enumerated 15 Jun 1900: Fox,Edwin, Head, b. May 1849, 51, m. 24 yrs, NY/CT/NY, Real
Estate Agent,Rents Farm.  Cornelia, Wife, b. Dec 1850, 49, m. 24 yrs, mother of 6children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.  Cornelius F, Son, b. Aug 1878, 21,NY/NY/NY, Insurance [Fire].  Alline K,
Daughter, b. May 1880, 20,NY/NY/NY.  Ned R, Son, b. Apr 1882, 18, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Marie
R,Daughter, b. Nov 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Tunnicliff, Son, b.Sep 1887, 12, NY/NY/NY, At
School.CENSUS: 1910 US Census for NY,Westchester Co., 1st Ward, New Rochelle City, E.D.
82,Dwelling/Family: 135/157, enumerated 21 Apr 1910:  Fox, Edwin D, Head,60, m1 32 yrs, NY/US/NY,
Operator, Real Estate, Rents House,  CorneliaA, Wife, 58, m1 32 yrs, mother of 6 children, 5
living, NY/NY/NY.Cornelius F, Son, 31, NY/NY/NY, Broker, Insurance. Alline Kate,Daughter, 29,
NY/NY/NY. N Raymond, Son, 27, NY/NY/NY, Broker, RealEstate. Porter [sic], Mary R, Daughter, 25, m1
4 yrs, mother of 1child, 1 living, NY/NY/NY. Barbara, Granddaughter, 3, NY/NY/NY. Fox,Edwin T,
Son, 23, NY/NY/NY, Clerk, Brokers Office.
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Notes for Mary E. FOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for OH, Mahoning, Green Township, Washingtonville Village.  E.D. 48. 
Enumerated:  2 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  16/17
Harvey D. Fox, head, May 1864, 35, m8 yrs, OH/OH/OH, day laborer.
  Rose L., wife, Sept 1870, 29, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary E., Dau, Jan 1893, 7, OH/OH/OH, at school.
  George R., son, Aug 1894, 5, OH/OH/OH.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Washington,  E.D. 106.  Enumerated:  3 May 1910. 
Dwelling/Family:  339/351
Harvey D. Fox, head, 45, m1, m18 yrs, OH/OH/OH, pumper, oil well.
  Rose D., wife, 40 m1, m18 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, OH/OH/OH.
  Mary H., dau, 17, OH/OH/OH.
  George R., son, 15,
OH/OH/OH
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Notes for Maybelle Weed FOX


BURIAL: Findagrave.com
Maybelle Fox Hagen
Birth: Mar 10 1879
Death: Oct 17 1966
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., VA
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Notes for Minnie L FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Minnie L. Fox
Birth:   5 Jul 1864, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Death:   5 Mar 1883, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Cemetery:  Greenwood Cemetery, North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
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Notes for Morton Raymond FOX


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Rochester Ward 12. E.D. 119. Enumerated: 21 Apr 1910.
Dwelling/Family: 85/128
Mary E. Fox, head 60 Wd, 3 children, 3 living, NY/MA/VT, keeper, rooming house
 Morton R., son, 37, m2, m3 yrs, NY/NY/NY, electrician, electrical company.
 Charles Curtis Fox, grandson, 7, NY/NY/CT.
Byron Harrington, brother, 70, Wd, NY/MA/VT, own income
5 Roomers, do not appear to be related.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Queens Co., Queens Assembly Dist. 6. E.D. 436. Enumerated: 21 Jan
1920. Dwelling/Family: 27/40
Morton R. Fox, head, 47, NY/NY/NY, carpenter, theatre.
 Lydia E., wife, 44, NY/NY/NY
 Charles C., son, 14, NY/NY/NY.
Mary A. McClancy, servant, 65, Wd, NY/PA/Ireland, maid, private family.
Clara Annis, mother-in-law, 65, Wd, NY/MI/NY.

DEATH:  NYC Death Index [online database]:
Name / Age / Date of Death / Cert. No. / County / Soundex
Fox, Morton, 75 y, Oct 13 1947, 21905, Manhattan, F200

OBITUARY:  "Rochester Democrat and Chronicle” [Rochester, Monroe Co., NY], Wednesday, 15 Oct
1947, p. 32, Deaths, col. 6:
  FOX – In New York City Oct. 13 1947, Morton Raymond Fox, formerly of Rochester. He is survived
by a son, Charles C. Fox of Rochester: two grandchildren: sister, Mrs. Walter Hagen, Washington.
D. C.

BURIAL:  Inscriptions, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY:
Fox, Morton R.; husband; 1872 - 1947 [S]
Fox, Georgiana, wife of Morton R.; 1873 - 1903 [S]
BURIAL: Findagrave.com
Morton Raymond Fox
Birth:  Jul 1872
Death: Oct 13, 1947
Buried: Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe Co.,
NY
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Notes for Phebe J. FOX


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7,
NY
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Notes for Raymond H FOX


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., 14th Ward, Rochester City,E.D. 142, Sheet 7A, Dwelling
/Family: 131/158, enumerated 19 Apr 1910:Fox, Stanley H, Head, m1 10 yrs, 35, NY/NY/NY, Machinist,
Tool Mfg,Rents house.  Cora E, Wife, 34, m1 10 yrs, mother of 2 children, 2living, ny/Can-Eng/Ger. 
Raymond H, Son, 8, NY/NY/NY, Attended School.Clifford S, Son, 5, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., Ward 19, Rochester City,E.D.218, Sheet 16B,
Dwelling/Family: 323.279, enumerated 16 Jan 1920:Fox, Cora E, Head, Owns [Mortgaged], 43, Wd,
NY/NY/NY.   Raymond,Son, 18, NY/NY/NY, Student Engineer, Machine Co.  Clifford, Son, 13,Attended
School, NY/NY/NY
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Notes for Richard L. FOX


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Petrolia.  E.D. 56.  Enumerated:  Apr 17, 1930. 
Dwelling/Family:  69/73
George R. Fox, head, 35, m at 31, OH/OH/OH, laborer, oil refinery.
  Gladys, wife, 28, m at 24, PA/PA/PA.
  Richard, son, 3, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS:  1940 US Census for PA, Butler Co., Petrolia.  Ed. 10-72.  Enumerated:  Apr 25, 1940.
George R. Fox, head, 45, 2 years high school, born in OH.  Lived in same house Apr 1, 1935. 
Occupation:  Oil refinery foreman
  Gladys V., wife, 38, 4 years high school born in PA.  Lived in same house Apr 1, 1935.
  Richard L., son, 14, 7th grade, born in PA.  Lived in same house Apr 1,
1935.
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Notes for Sabina FOX


CENSUS:  1850 Us Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  9 Nov 1850. 
Dwelling/Family:  2244/2272
Elijah R. Fox, 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate value, NY
  Eliza, 35, NY
  Munroe, 15, NY
  Leroy, 12, NY
  Leander, 10, NY
  Sabina N., 8, NY

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7, NY

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sabina Sherman
Birth:  1841
Death:  1912
Buried:  Woodlawn Cemetery, Sandy Creek, Oswego Co.,
NY
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Notes for Sam M FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sam M. Fox
Birth:  18 Apr 1852, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Death:  4 Jan 1856, Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Cemetery:  North Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Sinclair FOX


SOURCE:  Carol Page Tilson, 2015
Sinclair, Sinkler, St. Clair or Sinclear?
Ohio census takers, township listers and tax collectors. as well as various other types of clerks
and and recorders, offer any number of  phonetical spellings for this elusive fellow's first name.
They wrote what they heard or had seen on earlier records. Whether he had a preference -- or even
could write -- is unknown since his Revolutionary War pension application was signed with an "X."

Records for his children provide little help. A War of 1812 Roster of Ohio Soldiers [transcription
no longer found online] lists his son and namesake as Private Sinkler Fox, on the Roll of Capt.
Jesse D. Jackson's Company, Served from August 23, until September 4, 1812. However,
Ancestry.com's version of War of 1812 Service Records show Sinclear Fox as a private in the 3rd
Regiment [King's] Ohio Militia.

Based on an 1813 court docket entry, Sinclair seems preferable, but, even there, spellings in the
heading and in the text don't agree.

"Aaron Wright's Docket of Salem [now Conneaut] Ohio, 1813-17 [as in "Ancestor Hunt," quarterly
publication of the Ashtabula County Genealogical Society, Vol. II, No. 3, Summer, 1975]:

Charles De MIRANVILLE, Jr. vs Sinclear FOX, Jr.:

Trespass on the case.  Dec. 27, 1813; 
Summons issued for the deft. returnable on the 6th day of Jan. next at 5 o'clock P. M. at my house
-- Jan 6th the parties met persuant to adjournment when the Deft. confessed judgment in favor of
the Pltf. in the sum of twenty-[five] dollars and eighty seven and a half cents and cost of suit.

In the suit of Charles De MIRANVILLE, Jr. against Sinclair FOX, Jr., I, Sinclair FOX, Senior, [
--- ---- ] [acknowledge?] myself bail for Sinclair FOX, Jr. in the sum of fifty dollars to be
levied against my goods and chattles [sic], lands and tenements in case that said Sinclair FOX,
Jr. fails to make payment for the sum for which judgment is confessed in said suit. Sinclair FOX
[[signature and costs list follow]]
_____________

Without a birth or baptismal record to cite as primary documentation, the best option seems to be
evdience uninfected by Ashtabula County ears and influence, a reference to the spelling passed
down through maternal generations in Raymond, Rockingham Co., NH, the elder Sinclair's place of
birth.

"The History of Raymond, N. H.," by Joseph Fullonton [Morning Star Job Printing House, Dover, N.
H., 1875], p. 219:

FOX. Benjamin Fox married Betty Fullonton, sister of Capt. John, lived north of Oak Hill. Two
daughters married Samuel and John Bachelder. Sinclair moved to Ohio. David married Abigail
Bachelder, lived in a house now gone, near the Widow John Tilton. Children (of David)-- Levi,
Benjamin, who lived in Nottingham, John, David, Abigail, who married Ebenezer C. Osgood, Lucy, the
second wife of James Bachelder, Affa B., who married Dean Smith, and Eleanor B., who married Benj.
Bachelder.

MILITARY SOURCE:  Carol Page Tilson
"History of Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Representative Citizens," by Charles A. Hazlett
[Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill., 1915], Chapter 21, Chester:

Pay-roll of Capt. Stephen Dearborn's company, Thomas Stickney's regiment, in General Stark's
brigade, which company marched from Chester, in the state of New Hampshire, and joined the
Northern Continental army, 1777, from July 19th to September 18th" . . . [listed among privates]
Sinkler Fox; William Pattredge Fox; Jonathan Bachelor . . . .

This regiment served in the battle of Bennington, August 16th.
_____________________

Revolutionary War Pension File: Fox, Sinkler
S. 18404: Continental and N.H. Service

September 25, 1832, Sinkler Fox of Salem, Ashtabula County, Ohio, 73 years of age, deposed:

That he enlisted Jan. 1, 1776 for one year with Sergeant Rollins; and served under Capt. Moore,
Col. Stark, until the middle of February, 1777 as when his term expired, he was requested to
continue a short time longer;

That August 1, 1777 he enlisted again and served until October 1, 1777 -- two months -- under
Capt. Dearborn, Col. Stickney;

That he resided in the town of Raymond, N.H. at the time of the two terms of enlistment;

That he was in the battle of Trenton, N.J.;

That at the time of the battle of Princeton, N.J. he witnessed an action between a Division under
General Washington and the British army; but the Division in which he served under Gen. Sullivan
did not come up with the detachment of British against who he was directed to move;

That he was also engaged in a battle at Bennington, Vt. and was among the number that attacked and 
carried a Breastwork defended by a band of Tories;

That in the first service he marched across the state of Massachusetts to Winter Hill, near
Boston; then to New London, Connecticut by land, and then sailed to New York and afterwards to
Albany; marched from there to Lake George, cross the lake to Ticonderoga; marched through St.
Johns to Chamblee Falls, Upper Canada and sailed from there to Sorell; returned by water to
Chamblee Falls; then marched by land to St. Johns, Crown Point and Mt. Independence; sailed from
Mt. Independence to the head of Lake George; disembarked near an old French fort and marched to
Albany; sailed from Albany between 50 and 100 miles down the Hudson river; landed and marched
across the country to Newtown, N.J. where they met the army under General Washington, then to
Trenton, Princeton and Morristown, where he was discharged;

That during his second term he marched to Charlestown, N. H. then across the Green Mountains to
Bennington, Vt. then to Stillwater, N. Y. where he was dismissed;

That at New York when the troops with whom he marched were mustered, he was judged unfit for
service from his size, but the Captain to whose company he belonged, would not discharge him but
kept him on the roll until he was dismissed in February, 1777 and he performed the same service as
the others; that when they were retreating from the British in Canada, almost one fourth of the
army were infected with Small Pox; the sick were moved to Chimney Point, opposite Crown Point and
the regiment to which he belonged and one other, remained there until all the soldiers who had not
had the disease, were inoculated and had time to recover;

That while stationed at Mt. Independence the American and British fleets met, and not one craft
employed by the Americans escaped capture by the British, or being burnt by the Americans
themselves, except one vessel on board of which the sick were placed before the action and the
wounded, after the action commenced. That vessel came down to Ticonderoga;

That at Trenton when his term expired, the troops were paraded and Gen. Sullivan addressed them.
He told the troops that the British knew as well as the Americans themselves that their term of
service was about to expire, and that no sooner would they commence their return home (if they
left then) than the remnant of the army would be attacked, and it would be unable, probably, to
effect anything against the enemy and perhaps unable to maintain a position in the vicinity; that
his regiment did not agree to stay at the time of the address but Gen. Poor, who was very popular
with the troops visited the soldiers in their tents and induced them to consent to stay;

That he never received a written discharge;

That he was born in Raymond, N. H. August, 1758; lived there until 1780; then moved to Grafton,
N.H. where he lived until 1813, then to Salem, Ohio where he has resided ever since. 

Signed by mark.

Rev. Jacob Bailey of Kingsville, and Henry Smith of Salem, both of Ashtabula County, Ohio
certified to their belief in soldier's veracity.

Claim allowed for 15 months, 23 days and Certificate 13419 Pittsburgh Agency for Ohio; was issued
July 20, 1833, Act of June 7, 1832
__________

June 9, 1835 Isaac Bennet, David Niles, John Thayer, George Starkweather, Joslyn Ring, Almon King,
John W. French and Hiram Niles wrote the Department stating that "Sinkler Fox has acknowledged
that he absconded from the army the evening after the taking (of) the Hessians at Princeton" and
asked that his pension be stopped.

December 16, 1835 Isaac Bennet, 46 years of age, testified that in 1828 or 1829 he was at the
house of Sinkler Fox and was reading the History of the United States when Fox told him that in
1775-6 he lived with a Mr. Cram in New Hampshire "got somewhat irritated and left him and joined
the army" in the spring of 1776; that "when they came to the North river a prominent old Dutchman
who was wealthy, wanted to hire him to help him get his pay and harvest and offered to advance
money to get him clear from the army; and offered him one of his daughters if he would marry and
live with him but he declined saying that Cram would follow him and get his wages" . . . "that
when it was proposed to go over the river to Trenton and take the Hessians, they were divided into
three divisions and that the division that he was with was ordered to cross at Trenton Ferry a
little below the village; that they never came up until the Hessians had given up so that he never
had a chance to fire his gun and after the Battle, some time in the afternoon of the same day they
went back to the ferry; he had to wait until very near dark when he cross over the river and he
and another left the army and when home and never had his discharge";

that about a year afterwards Fox repeated the same story to him.

Claim suspended.
__________

February 17, 1836 Sinkler Fox of Conneaut, Ashtabula County, Ohio wrote the Department asking to
have his pension paid; stating that the affidavit was signed by persons who did not like his son,
Samuel, and repeating his former testimony, and forwarded a number of papers for the Commissioner
to read.

Signed by mark, in the presence of Diana Fox and Horace Fox.

The papers were returned to have the writers certify to their statements and were not sent back to
the Department.
____________________

Note: It is yet unknown when Sinclair Fox died, but if soon AFTER 17 FEB 1836, returning "the
papers" would be a moot point. He is listed in Ashtabula County on the 1835 Revolutionary War
Veterans Pension Roll but not found on the regular 1840 Census or 1840 Census of Pensioners.

CHILDREN WERE:
Sinclair Fox, Jr, 178111861
John Fox, 1788-1866
Lois Fox, 1799-1842
Benjamin Fox, 1800 - 
Ruth Fox, 1802-1880
Samuel Fox, 1805-1887
Eleazer Fox, 1808-1844
Mary Fox,
1810-1851
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Notes for Stanley Hubert FOX


NAME:  "Although Harrington descendants say Stanley's middle name was Harrington, no primary [vital
record] or secondary [obit] evidence has been provided -- or found -- to substantiate this claim
-- even though it makes more sense than the online Encyclopedia Titanica Passenger Biographies'
identification of him as Stanley Hubert Fox. This bio is questionable because it also repeats as
fact, an innuendo first advanced by his wife, Cora, and repeated in a number of newspapers that "a
woman identifying herself as Lydia Fox, Stanley's sister-in-law" tried to claim Stanley's body for
the "possible" perpetuation of "insurance fraud," More than a century after a disaster, Lydia
Annis, the third wife of Stanley's brother, Morton, continues to be vilified.  [Carol P. Tilson]

SOURCE:   "Manuscript of Harrington Family Genealogical
Gazetter"

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Monroe Co., 13th Ward, Rochester, E.D.88, Sheet 13A,
Dwelling/Family: 242/282, enumerated 13 Jun 1900 in thehousehold of George & Emelia Sampson:  Fox,
Stanly [sic], Boarder, b.Apr 1874, 26, m. 1 yr, NY/NY/NY, Hostler.  Cora E, Boarder, b. May1875,
25, m. 1 yr, mother of 0 children, NY/Canada/NY.CENSUS:  1910US Census for NY, Monroe Co., 14th
Ward, Rochester City, E.D. 142,Sheet 7A, Dwelling /Family: 131/158, enumerated 19 Apr 1910: 
Fox,Stanley H, Head, m1 10 yrs, 35, NY/NY/NY, Machinist, Tool Mfg, Rentshouse.  Cora E, Wife, 34,
m1 10 yrs, mother of 2 children, 2 living,ny/Can-Eng/Ger.  Raymond H, Son, 8, NY/NY/NY, Attended
School.Clifford S, Son, 5, NY/NY/NY.


SOURCE: All the news articles below were provided by Carol Page Tilson

Rochester Wreck Victim Buried in that City
HAS UNCLE HERE

Stanley Fox, Titanic, Victim,
a Nephew of A. W. Harrington.

Stanley Fox, of Rochester, one of those who were drowned with thesinking of the Titanic, was a
nephew of A. W. Harrington, who residesat 60 North St., in this village. Mr. Fox's mother is a
sister of Mr.Harrington, and he and his family have often visited his uncle here. Mrs. Bert
Copeland of West ave. is a second cousin of Mr. Fox.

Mrs. Fox, who has been prostrated at her home at No. 38 Gregory st.,Rochester, since news of the
death of her husband on the Titanic, was improved somewhat yesterday and was able to receive the
condolences of intimate friends. Mr. Fox's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Fox, is also suffering from the
shock at her home at No. 38 Savannah st., Rochester, and is in the care of her daughter, Mrs.
Walter Hagen, who came here from Washington immediately upon receiving news of her brother's
death. Morton R. Fox, a brother, who is manager of a theatrical production which played here
recently and was in Buffalo last week, was accompanied by his wife, have gone to New York to
discover anything possible in the interest of the family. There aretwo surviving sons, aged 5 and
10 years.

Although Stanley Fox spent three fourths of each year traveling in theinterest of the Gleason
Works, of Rochester, he had many friendsthere. He was a man absorbed by business, but when in
Rochester spentmost of his time with his family, to which he was deeply attached.William Gleason,
president of the Gleason Works, was a caller at the home of the mother Saturday, and expressed his
sympathy for theirmutual loss. Mr. Gleason said that the company lost its most valuableman with
the sinking of the Titanic. He also said that the next tenyears would have been productive of
splendid accomplishments byStanley Fox; that the victim of the sea was the best known man in
theline in the United States and Europe.

The journey of the Titanic was the fourth made by Mr. Fox across theAtlantic. He had crossed last
June with his wife, returning in thelatter part of October. The last time he was in Rochester was
aboutthe middle of February, and he engaged passage shortly after that.

Mr. Fox was connected with St. Andrew's Brotherhood, whichorganization held a memorial service in
St. Andrew's church, Averillave., Sunday afternoon. The wife and mother were unable to attend.

Mr. Fox had been married thirteen years. His wife was formerly MissCora Horton [sic, Morton], of
Canada. It is the intention of thefamily to get into touch with Miss Lillian Bentham, who is now
in thecity, and learn if possible of the last moments of their relative. Hewas a man of a
distinctive appearance, having prematurely white hairand it is considered likely that Miss Bentham
became acquainted withhim on the boat by reason of their Rochester residence. The familyfinds some
consolation in the fact that his death was a sacrifice inthe interests of others and that he met
his end bravely, like the manthey know him to be.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "The Syracuse Journal" [Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY],Monday, 6 May 1912, p. 3:

ROCHESTER WRECK VICTIM
BURIED IN THAT CITY

ROCHESTER, May 6. -- The funeral of Stanley Fox of this city who wentdown with the Titanic, was
held this afternoon from his home in thiscity. The body was claimed by Mrs. Cora Fox, the widow,
as soon as itwas brought to Halifax by the cable ship Mackay-Bennett. Flags willfly at half mast
during the funeral hour and Rochester in general winpay her last respects to the man who bravely
gave up his life that thewomen and children aboard the Ill-fated steamship might be saved.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "Nevada State Journal" [Reno, Washoe Co., NV],Wednesday, 16 Apr 1913, p. 4:

$14,000,000 FOR
TITANIC VICTIMS

Total of 685 Cases Instituted
by Relatives of Those
Lost in Disaster

NEW YORK, April 15. -- The time limit for filing damage claims againstthe Ocean Steam Navigation
company, Limited, for loses incurred by thesinking of the Titanic was extended by United States
Judge Holt todayin the case of two attorneys representing nearly sixty claimants. Oneacting for
seven residents of Switzerland was given thirty days. Theother, representing claims of over fifty
immigrants, was given a week.A total of 685 cases are now on file. No other claims can now
befiled.

There were 125 claims filed today before the time limit expired. Theseamount to $2,132,857 and
bring the total now claimed for loss of lifeand property and injury to nearly $14,000,000.

Among the large claims submitted today is that of Ellis H. Natsch, whois executor of the estate of
Charles Natsch, who was drowned. Theclaim is for $150,000.

Cora E. Fox asks $100,000 for the death of her husband, Stanley H. Foxof Rochester, N. Y.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "The Watertown Re-Union" [Watertown, Jefferson Co.,NY], Saturday, 4 May 1912:

UNCLAIMED DEAD
WILL REACH 75.

Will Bury 40 Bodies Tomorrow
on Account of Decomposition.

TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OF VICTIMS

Agents of the White Star Line Have
Had Considerable Trouble Over the
Body of Stanley H. Fox of Rochester,
His Alleged Sister-In-Law Having
Had the Remains Ready to Ship
Away When the Wife Stopped
Proceedings

Halifax, N. S., May 2. -- The bodies of victims of the Titanicdisaster landed by the
Mackay-Bennett have not yet been all embalmedbut the work had progressed so well that twenty-seven
had been shippedto their destination.

It is expected that today it will be possible to send as many more andby tomorrow the number
disposed of will reach nearly one hundred. Itwas decided that about forty of the unidentified dead
must be buriedwithout further delay on account of the advanced state ofdecomposition and a funeral
was decided on for tomorrow afternoon at 3o'clock.

It is believed that the unclaimed dead will reach about 75 bodies butin the meantime interment
will be made of the 40.

Description of Bodies Taken.

A complete description has been made of the bodies to be buried andwhere this would be of any
value at all photographs have been taken.In some cases disfigurement is so great that photographs
would beuseless.

There is trouble over the body of Stanley H. Fox, formerly of Gregorystreet, Rochester, N. Y. The
death certificate issued by Coroner Finnstates that he was a traveling salesman. The body was
shipped to itsdestination by the Boston express last night but orders were wired anhour afterwards
to the intercolonial railway officials in Truro, sixtymiles from this city, to see that the body
was put off the train andheld at that point for orders.

Two days after Lydia Fox, a sister-in-law of the deceased, came toHalifax and claimed the body of
Stanley Fox, saying that she did thison behalf of the widow, Mrs. Cora Fox of Rochester, who was
ill at herhome, prostrated by the news that her husband was one of the Titanicvictims.

The coroner and the agents of the White Star line were so thoroughlyconvinced of the bonafide of
Mrs. Lydia Fox, the sister-in-law, thatthey directed the body to be shipped and it was placed on
the trainwhich left last evening.

The personal effects of Stanley H. Fox consisted chiefly of $70 incash and two watches. An hour
before the train left a telegram wasreceived from the widow directing that the body be not
forwarded incare of Mrs. Lydia Fox and that the personal effects also be retainedby the
authorities.

Mrs. Fox Was Excited.

This telegram greatly excited Mrs. Fox, who said she could notunderstand why it had been sent. She
waited at the morgue till thevery last, giving herself barely time to catch the train.

At that time the authorities had not decided to issue the order thatthe body be detained, but they
told the woman they could not let theeffects go. These would be held. When the train was an hour
out ofHalifax the message was sent to Truro ordering the railway authoritiesto see that the body
was put off the train at that place, which wasdone.

During the afternoon before any question was raised as to her rights,Mrs. Fox had spoken somewhat
freely of her errand. She told some ofthose she met the same story that had been given to the
authorities atthe morgue that she was a sister-in-law of the dead man and that shehad come here at
her own expense.

She was particular in mentioning this fact, putting the cost about$49. When the telegram was
received Mrs. Fox told the officials thatshe could offer no explanation. She felt like denying its
authenticitybut it was so very explicit and was strong enough to cause the actionthat was taken by
the White Star line in ordering the body to be putoff the train.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "The Syracuse Herald" [Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY],Friday Evening, 3 May 1912, p.
14:

FOX MYSTERY IS
PARTLY EXPLAINED

Conflict in Claims for Titanic
Victim's Body.

CARRIED HEAVY INSURANCE

Rochester Man's Body Is Finally
Shipped by Express From Nova
Scotia to His Home at Widow's
Order.

Rochester, May 3. -- Confusion which has arisen over the shipment fromHalifax, N. S., of the body
Stanley H. Fox of this city is explainedpartially, at least, by information given by Mrs. Mary E.
Fox of No.38 Savannah street, mother of the victim of the Titanic disaster.

According to the information received from Nova Scotia the body of Mr.Fox had been claimed and
given into the custody of Mrs. Lydia Fox, asister-in-law, and she had started from Halifax with
the body.  In themeantime, a telegram had come ordering the authorities to refuse toallow Mrs.
Lydia Fox to take the body and to keep his personal effectsin their custody.

The telegram came too late to prevent the woman leaving Halifax, buton the arrival of her train in
Truro, about sixty miles from Halifax,a telegram was shown her from Halifax which ordered that the
body beremoved from the train and held there for orders. This was done.Inquiry at the home of Mrs.
Morton, No. 296 Hazlewood Terrace, whereMrs. Stanley H. Fox is now staying, brought no explanation
for theaction, and it was not even admitted that she knew her sister-in-lawwas in Halifax. The
refusal to talk led to rumors of a family quarrelover claims to life insurance carried by the
Titanic victim.

It is not denied that there is some ill feeling between Morton Fox, abrother of Stanley H. Fox,
and his wife, and Mrs. Stanley H. Fox.Directly or indirectly, that ill feeling may have resulted
in thetelegram order that the Halifax officials to allow Mrs. Lydia Fox thecustody of the body,
but the reason given is that the latter went toHalifax without the knowledge of Mrs. Stanley H.
Fox, and all thedifficulty resulted from that action.

Morton Fox and Mrs. Lydia Fox, it seems, were in New York city whenthe steamer Mackay-Bennett came
into Halifax with the identified bodyof Stanley H. Fox, and they were advised by White Star
officials to goto Halifax and claim the body personally. Morton Fox was unable tomake the trip and
his wife went; but, it is said, he did not notifyhis family in this city of her intentions at the
time of herdeparture.

When she arrived in Halifax she had all the necessary papers to giveher authority except the
consent of the widow, and that was wired forby the Halifax officials. Mrs. Stanley H. Fox, it is
said, had in themeantime sent information for the identification of her husband, andhad given
orders that his body be shipped by express to Rochester. Mr.Lydia Fox had expected to take the
body with her on the Boston train.Mrs. Stanley H. Fox's wishes, it is presumed, were held
paramount withthe officials, and for that reason the sister-in-law's intentions wereblocked. Mrs.
Lydia Fox is reported to have gone back to New Yorkcity.

Whether Mrs. Stanley H. Fox telegraphed specific orders to refuse togive her husband's body to her
sister-in-law, is a matter ofconjecture, but it is explained that in her extremely
nervouscondition she may have given them. The injection of the element of illfeeling into the
affair is not admitted to have been caused by adispute over the division of the life insurance. It
is known that thedead man carried a considerable amount of insurance and that at leastone of his
policies, owing to one of its provisions, has doubled invalue following his death by a marine
disaster, but it is also saidthat all of his insurance is made out to his widow, and that
thepolicies are incontestable.

Mrs. Stanley H. Fox has given new orders to have her husband's bodyshipped to Rochester by express
from Truro, N. S. It is expected atany time.

________________
Newspapers across the country repeated references to Morton Fox'sthird wife, Lydia Annis, as an
"alleged sister-in-law" and innuendoesshe was perpetrating an insurance scam. These continue to
taint thelady's reputation almost a century later. One can only speculate if"ill feelings" in the
family might also have led to the end of Lydia'sand Morton's marriage in 1920.
________________

"The Washington Post" [Washington, D. C.], Tuesday, 16 Apr 1912, p.13:

Passengers From Many Cities

Rochester, N. Y., April 15 -- It is believed that three residents ofthis city were passengers on
the Titanic -- Howard B. Case, of Ascot,England, who went from this city ten years ago as London
manager foran oil company, Stanley Fox, traveling man for a Rochester machinecompany, and Miss
Lilly Duncan, who was visiting abroad.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "The Washington Post" [Washington, D. C.], Thursday, 18Apr 1912, p. 2:

STANLEY FOX MAY BE DEAD

Sister Here Fears for Buyer Who Was
on the Ill-Fated Titanic.

News of Stanley Fox, a second-class passenger whose name did notappear on the list of survivors,
is being anxiously sought by hisbrother-in-law and sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Hagen, of this
city.

Mr. Fox, who makes his home in Rochester, N. Y., was employed as abuyer by one of the large
department stores.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "The Washington Post" [Washington, D. C.], Sunday, 28Apr 1912, p. 1:

FUNERAL SHIP DUE TOMORROW

Dead to Be Guarded by Sentries and
Police When Unloaded at Halifax -- Task
of Identification Will be Tedious and
Grewsome

New York, April 27 -- A wireless message received this afternoon bythe White Star Line from the
cable ship Mackay-Bennett announces that80 more bodies of the 219 found at the scene of the
Titanic disasterby the Mackay-Bennett and the Minia have been identified . . .

The New List of Identified

The message received by the White Star Line, giving the list offurther identifications, reads as
follows. "S. S. Mackay-Bennett, viaCape Race, N. F., April 27 -- Ismay, care Commercial Cable
Company,New York: Further list of names . . . Stanley H. Fox . . . ."

**********

BURIAL:  Tombstones in Range Four, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NewYork:FOX, Clifford Stanley 1
Jun 1906-17 Feb 1967FOX, Cora Ellen 17May 1878-22 Oct 1941FOX, Stanley H. 13 Apr 1874-15 Apr
1912
Died on the Titanic.
Stanley Hubert Fox, salesman for Gleason Works in Rochester, second class passenger on the R. M.
S. Titanic.
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Notes for Timothy FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Timothy Fox
Birth:  Unknown
Death:  31 Aug 1855
Cemetery:  Greenwood Cemetery, N. Leeds, Columbia Co., WI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Walter Don FOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Walter Don Fox
Birth:   Apr 1872, Doylestown, Columbia Co., WI
Death:   1931, IA
Cemetery:  Evergreen Cemetery, Delmar Clinton Co., IA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Winfield M FOX


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Jefferson Co., Lorraine.  Enumerated:  3 Aug 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  1239/1239
E. Fox, 43, farmer, $3,900 real estate value, $1,330 pers value, NY
  Eliza, 46, NY
  Leroy, 22, farmer, NY
  Leander, 20, farmer, NY
  Sabina, 18, b. NY
  Winfield, 9, b. NY
  Phebe J., 7, NY

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Winfield M. Fox
Birth:  1850
Death:  1923
Buried:  Maple Hill Cemetery, Taberg, Oneida Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Charles Arthur FOY


MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  CharlesArthur Foy registered in Branch
Co., MI.  He gave his birth date as 9Oct 1894 and indicated he was born in Valley City, North
Dakota.  Heis a farmer, married and has one child.  Charles has indicated he hasdependents and a
disabled arm.  He is of medium height and build andhas light brown eyes and dark brown hair.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index  - Sept 2004

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Charles A. Foy
Birth:  1894
Death:  1976
Buried:  Bronson Cemetery, Bronson, Branch Co., MI
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Notes for Charlotte Jane FOY


DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: 	Charlotte Jane Foy
[Charlotte Foy Elmer] 
[Charlotte Moffett] 
Gender: 	Female
Race: 	White
Birth Date: 	21 Aug 1921
Birth Place: 	Bronson Bran, Michigan
Death Date: 	5 Mar 2004
Father: 	Charles A Foy
Mother: 	Goldie L Vail
Type of Claim: 	Original SSN.
Notes: 	Mar 1940: Name listed as CHARLOTTE JANE FOY; Dec 1942: Name listed as CHARLOTTE FOY ELMER;
Mar 1964: Name listed as CHARLOTTE JANE MOFFETT; 18 Mar 2004: Name listed as CHARLOTTE J MOFFETT

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index
Charlotte J. Moffett
Birth:  Aug 21, 1921
Death:  Mar 5, 2004
Residence of record:  Bronson, Branch Co., MI
Card issued from MI before
1951
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Notes for Nelson Eugene FOY


DEATH:  Social Security Death Index  - Sept 2004
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Notes for Abner I FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  18Oct 1850.  Dwelling/Family: 
1698/1873.  Jonah Willard's home.  DavidFrancis, 36, laborer, VT.
Next door at Dwelling/Family:  1697/1872 is the Jernish? Stebens home,Jernsh, 78 VT.  Elisabeth,
53, VT. Abner I. Francis, 2, VT.  ZilphaA., 2/12, VT.  [Grandparents of David's children]   NOTE: 
Zilpha diedin September!

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Abner J. Francis
Birth:  Aug 17, 1848
Death:  Dec 22, 1857
Buried:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
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Notes for Charles Scott FRANCIS


BURIAL:  CHIPPENHOOK CEMETERY- Clarendon, Rutland, VT    FRANCIS,Charles S, 1848 - 1928

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Charles Scott Francis
Birth:  Feb 14, 1848
Death:  Feb 29, 1928
Buried:  Chippenhook Cemetery, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT
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Notes for Charlotte A FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Concord. Enumerated:  8 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  1047/1070. 
Nathan Francis,  33, farmer, $3,500real estate value, NY.  Phelina, 29, NY.  Morgan, 11, NY. 
Marion, 7,NY.  Charlotte, 4, NY. Orlando Goings, 19, laborer, NY.  LucyPartridge, 17, NY.  Talcot
Francis, 16, NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. Enumerated:  3 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  921/909. 
Martin Francis,  33, farmer, $10,250 real estate value, $2,943 pers value, NY.  Philena, 39, NY. 
Morgan J., 21,NY.  Marine S., (m) 16, NY.  Charlotte A., 14, NY. James Allard, 23,NY.  Sarah A.
Allard, 14, NY.
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Notes for Charlotte Ethelyn FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Town of Colden, E.D. #85, p.214C, Dwelling #198, Family
#204, enumerated 19 Jun 1880:  Francis,Morgon, 40, Farmer, NY/NY/NY.  Julia, 37, Wife, Keeps
House, NY/NY/NY.Sarah, 12, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.  Nellie [sic*], 9,Daughter, At School,
NY/NY/NY.  Charlotte, 6, Daughter, At School,NY/NY/NY.  Ora, 6/12, b. Nov, Daughter, NY/NY/NY. 
Short, Rebecca, 26,Servant, Div, Hous Work, NY/ENG/IRE.  George, 13, Servant, Works onFarm,
NY/ENG/IRE
*The census taker obviously erred, writing Nellie instead of Nettie.An 1871 DOB agrees with that
of "Janette" in cemetery recs.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  District 5.  1 Jun.Enumerated: 1 Jun. 
Dwelling:  16/17.  James M. Francis, head, Jul1840, 59, m36 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmer.  Julia, wife,
Jun 1846, 53, m36yrs, 4 children, 4 living, NY/NY/MA.  Jeanette, dau., Jun 1873, 27,NY/NY/NY. 
Lottie, dau., May 1876, NY/NY/NY, stenographer.  Ora, dau.,Nov 1880, 19, NY/NY/NY.  Nathan,
father, Nov. 1815, 84, wd., NY/NY/NY,farm laborer.  Brown, Lizzie, servant, Sept 1884, 15,
NY/GER/GER.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Charlotte E. Dark
Birth:  1878
Death:  1944
Buried:  Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
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Notes for Daniel FRANCIS


DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - Microfilm Image
Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954
Vol 2
Name of Deceased:  Daniel Francis
Place of Death:  --
Color:  White
Age:  81yr, 9mos, 16 days
He is single
No occupation
Birthplace:  Wells
Father's name:  Joel
Father's birth place:  CT
Mother's maiden name:  Clarissa Colvin
Mother's birth place:  Manchester, VT
Date of Death:  1905 Dec 30
Death disease:  Senile debility & injury received last June
Medical Attendant:  A.K. Kinne
Town:  Wells, VT
N. F Lewis, Town
Clerk
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Notes for David FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  18Oct 1850.  Dwelling/Family: 
1698/1873.  Jonah Willard's home.  DavidFrancis, 36, laborer, VT.
Next door at Dwelling/Family:  1697/1872 is the Jernish? Stebens home,Jernsh, 78 VT.  Elisabeth,
53, VT. Abner I. Francis, 2, VT.  ZilphaA., 2/12, VT.  [Grandparents of David's children]

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - Microfilm Image
Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954
David Francis
Age:  57 yr 3 mo 6 days
Occupation:  Farmer
Birth place:  Wells
Father's name:  Joel Francis
Mother's Maiden name:  Clarissa
Date of death:  1870 Aug 20
Disease causing death:  Palsey
Town:  Middleton
R.R. Woodward, Town
Clerk
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Notes for Donald Eugene FRANCIS


DEATH:  U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: 	Donald E Francis
[Donald Eug Francis] 
Gender: 	Male
Birth Date: 	30 Aug 1917
Birth Place: 	Medicine Lake, Montana
[Medicine Lak] 
Death Date: 	24 Dec 1993
Father: 	George S Francis
Mother: 	Edith E Sharples
Type of Claim: 	Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Additional Information: 	Duplicate request; evidence of identity only submitted.
Notes: 	06 Oct 1978: Name listed as DONALD E FRANCIS; : Name listed as DONALD EUG FRANCIS

DEATH:  Washington Death Index, 1940-2014
Donald E. Francis
Birth:  Abt 1917
Age at death:  76
Residence:  Arlington, WA
Death:  24 Dec 1993
Death place:  Arlington, WA
Cert No: 
040153
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Notes for Edith S FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Middletown.  Enumerated:24 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family: 
52/57.  Samuel Francis, 49, VT.Laura, 40, VT.  Edith, 18, at home, VT.  George, 6, at school,
VT.Clarissa, 86, Boarding, VT.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  198.Enumerated:  3 Jun 1880. 
Dwelling/Family:  29/30.  Samuel Francis,59, laborer, VT/CT/VT.  Laura, 50, wife, keeping house,
VT/CT/VT.Edith S., 28, dau, at home, learning difficulty, VT/VT/VT.  George W.,16, son, at home,
VT/VT/VT.
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Notes for George Wilder FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Middletown.  Enumerated:24 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family: 
52/57.  Samuel Francis, 49, VT.Laura, 40, VT.  Edith, 18, at home, VT.  George, 6, at school,
VT.Clarissa, 86, Boarding, VT.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  198.Enumerated:  3 Jun 1880. 
Dwelling/Family:  29/30.  Samuel Francis,59, laborer, VT/CT/VT.  Laura, 50, wife, keeping house,
VT/CT/VT.Edith S., 28, dau, at home, learning difficulty, VT/VT/VT.  George W.,16, son, at home,
VT/VT/VT.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
George Wilder Francis
Birth:  Jul 1864, Middletown Springs, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  30 Oct 1923, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Burial:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells Rutland Co., VT
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Notes for Hiram FRANCIS


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Hiram Francis
Birth:  8 Mar 1818, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  1912
Burial:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells Rutland Co., VT
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Notes for James Morgan FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Concord. Enumerated:  8 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  1047/1070. 
Nathan Francis,  33, farmer, $3,500real estate value, NY.  Phelina, 29, NY.  Morgan, 11, NY. 
Marion, 7,NY.  Charlotte, 4, NY. Orlando Goings, 19, laborer, NY.  LucyPartridge, 17, NY.  Talcot
Francis, 16, NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. Enumerated:  3 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  921/909. 
Martin[sic] Francis,  33, farmer, $10,250real estate value, $2,943 pers value, NY.  Philena, 39,
NY.  MorganJ., 21, NY.  Marine S., (m) 16, NY.  Charlotte A., 14, NY. JamesAllard, 23, NY.  Sarah
A. Allard, 14, NY.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Town of Colden, E.D. #85, p.214C, Dwelling/Family:
198/204, enumerated 19 Jun 1880:  Francis,Morgon, 40, Farmer, NY/NY/NY.  Julia, 37, Wife, Keeps
House, NY/NY/NY.Sarah, 12, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.  Nellie [sic*], 9,Daughter, At School,
NY/NY/NY.  Charlotte, 6, Daughter, At School,NY/NY/NY.  Ora, 6/12, b. Nov, Daughter, NY/NY/NY. 
Short, Rebecca, 26,Servant, Div, Hous Work, NY/ENG/IRE.  George, 13, Servant, Works onFarm,
NY/ENG/IRE
*The census taker obviously erred, writing Nellie instead of Nettie.An 1871 DOB agrees with that
of "Janette" in cemetery recs.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  District 5.  1 Jun.Enumerated: 1 Jun. 
Dwelling:  16/17.  James M. Francis, head, Jul1840, 59, m36 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmed.  Julia, wife,
Jun 1846, 53, m36yrs, 4 children, 4 living, NY/NY/MA.  Jeanette, dau., Jun 1873, 27,NY/NY/NY. 
Lottie, dau., May 1876, NY/NY/NY, stenographer.  Ora, dau.,Nov 1880, 19, NY/NY/NY.  Nathan,
father, Nov. 1815, 84, wd., NY/NY/NY,farm laborer.  Waters, Harrison, father, Nov 1812, 87, wd,
NY/NY/NY.Brown, Lizzie, servant, Sept 1884, 15, NY/GER/GER.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora  E.D. 245.Enumerated: 15 Apr 1910. 
Dwelling/Family:  2/2.
James M. Frances, head, 70, m1, m48 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmer, generalfarm.
Julia, wife, 65, m48 yrs, 4 children, 4 living, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Hamburg.  E.D. 299.Enumerated:  19 Jan 1920. 
Dwelling/Family:  131/158, Buffalo Street.
James M. Francis, head, 80, Wd, NY/NY/NY.
Glenn A. Blanchard, boarder, 30, NY/NY/, teacher, public schools
Edith, housekeeper, 27, NY/NY/NY.

BURIAL:  Ezekiel Smith Cemetery, Bunting Road, Town of Hamburg, ErieCo., NY [online
transcription]:
Francis, James M., 1839 - 19 - -.
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Notes for Jenette FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Town of Colden, E.D. #85, p.214C, Dwelling #198, Family
#204, enumerated 19 Jun 1880:  Francis,Morgon, 40, Farmer, NY/NY/NY.  Julia, 37, Wife, Keeps
House, NY/NY/NY.Sarah, 12, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.  Nellie [sic*], 9,Daughter, At School,
NY/NY/NY.  Charlotte, 6, Daughter, At School,NY/NY/NY.  Ora, 6/12, b. Nov, Daughter, NY/NY/NY. 
Short, Rebecca, 26,Servant, Div, Hous Work, NY/ENG/IRE.  George, 13, Servant, Works onFarm,
NY/ENG/IRE
*The census taker obviously erred, writing Nellie instead of Nettie.An 1871 DOB agrees with that
of "Janette" in cemetery recs.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  District 5.  1 Jun.Enumerated: 1 Jun. 
Dwelling:  16/17.  James M. Francis, head, Jul1840, 59, m36 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmer.  Julia, wife,
Jun 1846, 53, m36yrs, 4 childre, 4 living, NY/NY/MA.  Jeanette, dau., Jun 1873, 27,NY/NY/NY. 
Lottie, dau., May 1876, NY/NY/NY, stenographer.  Ora, dau.,Nov 1880, 19, NY/NY/NY.  Nathan,
father, Nov. 1815, 84, wd., NY/NY/NY,farm laborer.  Brown, Lizzie, servant, Sept 1884, 15,
NY/GER/GER.

BURIAL:  Ezekiel Smith Cemetery, Bunting Road, Town of Hamburg, ErieCo., NY [online
transcription]:
Francis, Janette, 1871 - 19 - -.
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Notes for Joel FRANCIS


SOURCE:  "History of Wells, Vermont, for the First Century After ItsSettlement" by Hiland Paul,
Robert Parks:
Francis, Joel, married Sybil Butts, by whom he had three children,James, Joel Jr., and Elizabeth,
his wife dying in 1809; he nextmarried Clarissa Colvin of Manchester, sister of the Colvin said to
bemurdered by the Bourns in Manchester. By this marriage there were thefollowing children: Sybil
married Thomas Pratt, and died in 1838, aged37; David, who married Zilpha Stevens; she died in
1849, he stillremains a widower; Hiram lives in town, on the John Broughton place;he, for a number
of winters, was a school teacher, and held theconstable's office several years; Samuel married
Laura Lincoln ofPoultney, and lives in Middletown; Daniel resides in town, at histrade making
carriages and cutters. Clarissa married Aaron Stevens andlives in town.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - Microfilm Imagetranscription
Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954
Name of deceased:  Joel Francis
Age:  73 Yrs
Date of death:  Jan 23 1844
Name of Cemetery:  Wells, VT
Attested by:  Roy A. Goodspeed & L. L. Hopson
A Tur Copy:  8 Jun 1920
Town Clerk of Wells, VT

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Joel Francis
Birth:  1771, Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT
Death:  Jan 23, 1844, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Son of James Francis and Sarah Griswold
Inscription
JOEL FRANCS
Died
Jan 23, 1844
In the 73 year
of his age
Burial:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells Rutland Co., VT
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Notes for Laura FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Buffalo, E.D. #119, p. 8D,Dwelling #142, Family #164, 245
Swan Street, enumerated 4 Jun 1880:Francis, M. L., 37, Grocer, NY/NY/NY.   Ellen, 34, Wife,
KeepingHouse, NY/NY/VT.  Laura, 7, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.

BURIAL:  Oakwood Cemetery, East Aurora, NY
Laura E. Jocoy
1873 -
1896
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Notes for Marion L FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Concord. Enumerated:  8 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  1047/1070. 
Nathan Francis,  33, farmer, $3,500real estate value, NY.  Phelina, 29, NY.  Morgan, 11, NY. 
Marion, 7,NY.  Charlotte, 4, NY. Orlando Goings, 19, laborer, NY.  LucyPartridge, 17, NY.  Talcot
Francis, 16, NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. Enumerated:  3 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  921/909. 
Martin Francis,  33, farmer, $10,250 real estate value, $2,943 pers value, NY.  Philena, 39, NY. 
Morgan J., 21,NY.  Marine S., (m) 16, NY.  Charlotte A., 14, NY. James Allard, 23,NY.  Sarah A.
Allard, 14, NY.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Buffalo, E.D. #119, p. 8D,Dwelling #142, Family #164,
245 Swan Street, enumerated 4 Jun 1880:Francis, M. L., 37, Grocer, NY/NY/NY.   Ellen, 34, Wife,
KeepingHouse, NY/NY/VT.  Laura, 7, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.

SOURCE:  "Our County and Its People: a Descriptive Work on ErieCounty, New York" [Boston History
Co., Boston, 1899], Vol. II,Personal References, p.p. 332-333:
Francis, Marion L., Aurora, p. o. West Falls, was born in Colden,N.Y., February 13, 1844, is a son
of Nathan C. and Philana [Colvin]Francis, both born in Hamburg, he a son of James, and she a
daughterof Amos Colvin. James Francis came from Connecticut to Hamburg in anearly day and there
lived and died. Nathan Francis is a farmer andcame to Colden, N. Y., about 1840 and for ten years
lived in WestFalls. He is a Democrat and was supervisor for several years and alsoheld other
offices. He owns about 300 acres of land. His wife diedNovember 3, 1888, and he is now living,
aged eighty-two years. MarionFrancis was reared on a far and educated in the common schools
andSpringville Academy. He followed farming until 1878 and was twelveyears in the mercantile
business. In 1890 he removed to West Falls andnow looks after his farm of 120 acres in Aurora. He
is a Democrat andwas highway commissioner, collector and assessor. He was married inJune 1865, to
Ellen J. Hayes [Haynes], daughter of Pliny A. Haynes,and they have two children.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  E.D. 5.Enumerated:  7 Jun 1900. 
Dwelling/Family:  93/97
Marion L. Francis, head, Feb 1844, 56, m34 years, NY/NY/NY, farmer.
Ella, wife, Dec 1846, 53, m34 years, 3 children, 1 living, NY/NY/VT.

BURIAL:  Findagrave
Marion L. Francis
Birth:  1844
Death:  1905
Buried:  Griffins Mills Cemetery, Griffins Mills, Erie Co., NY
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Notes for Nathan C FRANCIS


MAIN SOURCE:  Carol P. Tilson via email Aug 2008

s/o James Francis.

CENSUS:  1840 Census, Colden, Erie Co., NY, p. 315:
Nathan Francis [3 in household]--- 1 male under 5 [b. 1835-1840]---1 male 20-30 [b. 1810-1820]
--- 1 female 15-20 [b. 1820-1825]
CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Concord. Enumerated:  8 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  1047/1070. 
Nathan Francis,  33, farmer, $3,500real estate value, NY.  Phelina, 29, NY.  Morgan, 11, NY. 
Marion, 7,NY.  Charlotte, 4, NY. Orlando Goings, 19, laborer, NY.  LucyPartridge, 17, NY.  Talcot
Francis, 16, NY.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. Enumerated:  3 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  921/909. 
Martin [sic]is,  33, farmer, $10,250 real estate value, $2,943 pers value, NY.  Philena, 39, NY. 
Morgan J., 21,NY.  Marine S., (m) 16, NY.  Charlotte A., 14, NY. James Allard, 23,NY.  Sarah A.
Allard, 14, NY.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. Enumerated:  8 Aug.Dwelling/Family:  132/124 
Nathan C. Francis,  54, farmer, $11,200real estate value, $4,050 pers value, NY.  Philena, 50, NY,
worker incheese factory. Reading, Charles, 17, worker in cheese factory, NY.Harvey, Catherine, 14,
worker in cheese facyory, NY.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Colden. District:  85.Enumerated:  23 June. 
Dwelling/Family:  245/251.  Nathan Francis,64, farmer, NY/CT/NY.  Philona, 59, wife, keeping
house, NY/VT/VT.Calvin, Elizabeth, 41, sis-in-law, at home, NY/VT/VT, Polly Backster,63,
si-in-law, at home, NY/VT/NY.  Charles Spaldin, 19, servant, workson farm, NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  District 5.  1 Jun.Enumerated: 1 Jun. 
Dwelling:  16/17.  James M. Francis, head, Jul1840, 59, m36 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmer.  Julia, wife,
Jun 1846, 53, m36yrs, 4 childre, 4 living, NY/NY/MA.  Jeanette, dau., Jun 1873, 27,NY/NY/NY. 
Lottie, dau., May 1876, NY/NY/NY, stenographer.  Ora, dau.,Nov 1880, 19, NY/NY/NY.  Nathan,
father, Nov. 1815, 84, wd., NY/NY/NY,farm laborer.  Brown, Lizzie, servant, Sept 1884, 15,
NY/GER/GER.

BURIAL:  Ezekiel Smith Cemetery, Bunting Road, Town of Hamburg, ErieCo.,
NY.http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-hamburg-ezsmith-cem.htmlFRANCIS, Nathan E., b. Nov 3,
1815 - d. Oct 25, 1901.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Nathan Francis
Birth:  Nov 3, 1815
Death:  Oct 25, 1901
Buried:  Ezekiel Smith Cemetery, Orchard Park, Erie Co., NY
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Notes for Ora FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Town of Colden, E.D. #85, p.214C, Dwelling #198, Family
#204, enumerated 19 Jun 1880:  Francis,Morgon, 40, Farmer, NY/NY/NY.  Julia, 37, Wife, Keeps
House, NY/NY/NY.Sarah, 12, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.  Nellie [sic*], 9,Daughter, At School,
NY/NY/NY.  Charlotte, 6, Daughter, At School,NY/NY/NY.  Ora, 6/12, b. Nov, Daughter, NY/NY/NY. 
Short, Rebecca, 26,Servant, Div, Hous Work, NY/ENG/IRE.  George, 13, Servant, Works onFarm,
NY/ENG/IRE
*The census taker obviously erred, writing Nellie instead of Nettie.An 1871 DOB agrees with that
of "Janette" in cemetery recs.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Aurora.  District 5.  1 Jun.Enumerated: 1 Jun. 
Dwelling:  16/17.  James M. Francis, head, Jul1840, 59, m36 yrs, NY/NY/NY, farmer.  Julia, wife,
Jun 1846, 53, m36yrs, 4 children, 4 living, NY/NY/MA.  Jeanette, dau., Jun 1873, 27,NY/NY/NY. 
Lottie, dau., May 1876, NY/NY/NY, stenographer.  Ora, dau.,Nov 1880, 19, NY/NY/NY.  Nathan,
father, Nov. 1815, 84, wd., NY/NY/NY,farm laborer.  Brown, Lizzie, servant, Sept 1884, 15,
NY/GER/GER.

DEATH:  "Buffalo Courier-Express"  [Buffalo, Erie Co., NY]  Feb. 7,1947
MORRIS - February 5, 1947, in Buffalo, Ora Francis, wife of the lateFrank R. Morris; mother of
Mrs. Daniel L. Hamill, Jr.  Funeralprivate.  Flowers gratefully declined.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Ora F. Morris
Birth:  1883
Death:  1947
Buried:  Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
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Notes for Roy Wayne FRANCIS


DEATH:  Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
Copy of Original on file.
Roy Wing Francis Gender: Male Birth Date: 6 Jan 1884 Birth Location:Clarendon, VT Death Date: 4
Jun 1960 Death Location: Chittenden,Rutland Cause Of Death: Gunshot Wound Selfinflicted
Residence:Chittenden, Vermont Spouse's name: Vera Mother's Maiden Name: RidlonMother's Name:
Tabitha Father's Name: Charles S. Francis Date Filed:05 Jun 1960 Vital Event Type: Certificate of
Death

BURIAL:  Chippenhook Cemetery- Clarendon, Rutland, VT    Francis, Roy W, 1884 - 1960

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Roy Wayne Francis
Birth:  Jan 6, 1884
Death:  Jun 4, 1960
Buried:  Chippenhook Cemetery, Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Samnuel FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for VT., Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  18Oct 1850.  Dwelling/Family: 
1707/1882.  Samuel Francis.   28, Farmer,$900 real estate value, VT.  Laura A., 20, VT.  Alice R.,
2, VT.David, 24, Farmer, VT.  Benjamin Lincoln, 74, VT.  3 other boarders,not related.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Middletown.  Enumerated:24 Jun 1870. 
Dwelling/Family:  52/57.  Samuel Francis, 49, VT.Laura, 40, VT.  Edith, 18, at home, VT.  George,
6, at school, VT.Clarissa, 86, Boarding, VT.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  198.Enumerated:  3 Jun 1880. 
Dwelling/Family:  29/30.  Samuel Francis,59, laborer, VT/CT/VT.  Laura, 50, wife, keeping house,
VT/CT/VT.Edith S., 28, dau, at home, learning difficulty, VT/VT/VT.  George W.,16, son, at home,
VT/VT/VT.

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extractions - Microfilm Image
Samuel francis
Usual residence:  Wells
Age:  71 yrs, 3 mos, 12 days
Occupation:  Farmer
Birth place:  Wells
Father's Name:  Joel
Mother's Maiden Name:  Clar
Date of Death:  1892 May 22
Death cause:  Brights Disease
Town:  Wells
I. H. Goodrich, Town
Clerk
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Notes for Sarah FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Erie Co., Town of Colden, E.D. #85, p.214C, Dwelling #198, Family
#204, enumerated 19 Jun 1880:  Francis,Morgon, 40, Farmer, NY/NY/NY.  Julia, 37, Wife, Keeps
House, NY/NY/NY.Sarah, 12, Daughter, At School, NY/NY/NY.  Nellie [sic*], 9,Daughter, At School,
NY/NY/NY.  Charlotte, 6, Daughter, At School,NY/NY/NY.  Ora, 6/12, b. Nov, Daughter, NY/NY/NY. 
Short, Rebecca, 26,Servant, Div, Hous Work, NY/ENG/IRE.  George, 13, Servant, Works onFarm,
NY/ENG/IRE
*The census taker obviously erred, writing Nellie instead of Nettie.An 1871 DOB agrees with that
of "Janette" in cemetery recs.

"Erie County Independent"  [Hamburg, Erie Co., NY]  Thursday, July 27,1922
Mrs. James Dudley
Sadie Dudley, wife of James Dudley, who is superintendent of the ErieCounty home, passed away at
the Buffalo General hospital, July 24,1922
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley were former highly esteemed residents of thisvillage but moved to Buffalo
about 2 years ago.
Besides her husband, the deceased leaves her father, James M. Francis,a daughter, Ethelyn, and two
sister, Mrs. George Dark and Mrs. FrankR. Morris.  The funeral took place from the family
residence, 3399Main street, Buffalo Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sadie Francis Dudley
Birth:  1869
Death:  1922
Buried:  Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Sybil FRANCIS


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sybil Francis Pratt
Birth:  Unknown, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Death:  5 Jul 1838, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Burial:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells Rutland Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Zilpha A FRANCIS


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for VT, Rutland Co., Wells.  Enumerated:  18Oct 1850.  Dwelling/Family: 
1698/1873.  Jonah Willard's home.  DavidFrancis, 36, laborer, VT.
Next door at Dwelling/Family:  1697/1872 is the Jernish? Stebens home,Jernsh, 78 VT.  Elisabeth,
53, VT. Abner I. Francis, 2, VT.  ZilphaA., 2/12, VT.  [Grandparents of David's children]  NOTE: 
Zilpha diedin September!!!!

DEATH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - Microfilm Imagetranscription
Zilpha A. Francis
Age:  6 mos, 20 days
Names of Parents:  Z & D Francis
Date of death:  6 Sep 1850
Name of cemetery:  Wells, VT
True copy:  8 Jun 1920
L. L. Hopson, Town Clerk

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Zilpha A. Francis
Birth:  Feb 17, 1849
Death:  Sep 6, 1850
Buried:  Wells Town Cemetery, Wells, Rutland Co., VT
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for Debra Kay FRANK


OBITUAY:  
Debra Kay Buye of Mauston Wisconsin passed away July 7, 2011 at St Clare Meadows in Baraboo after
a hard-fought battle with brain cancer, originally diagnosed in 2008.

She was born on Sept. 17, 1954 in Milwaukee, Wis., to Edward R. and Norma [Pozel] Frank. Deb
graduated from Mauston High School, class of 1972. Debbie was a loving mother and friend. She was
always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need even if that meant giving up her own time,
money and energy. She spent her entire life putting others before herself. Most people knew Deb as
the hard-working woman from Butz Cleaners/Best Service in Mauston where she worked for 30 years.
She also worked for the Kalahari Resort in Lake Delton and Wal-Mart in Lake Delton where she made
many friends.

Deb is survived by her parents Edward & Norma Frank of Mauston, her two sons, Michael of Mauston
and David and his wife Erin of Minneapolis. She is also survived by three sisters, Brenda (Harold)
Seeley of New Lisbon, Christine (Mark) Madero of Adams & Sandy (Rick) Olson of Reedsburg. She was
preceded in death by her loving brother Eddie Carl Frank who died 12 Oct 2005. She will be missed
by her friends and family. Her legacy will go on in her children and her nieces and nephews whom
she instilled her strong work ethic, determination and caring ways. The family would like to thank
the staff of St Clare's Hospital in Baraboo, Dean Specialty Clinic, St Mary's Hospital, St Clare
Meadows as well as the EMTs, home health nurses and all of the other medical personnel and staff
for being so kind and attentive to Debbie and her family throughout her long battle with cancer.
The family would also like to extend a special thank you to Pastor Vanderhoof and Pastor Fricke of
St Paul’s Evengelical Lutheran of Mauston. At Debra’s request, there will be no visitation or
funeral. A private service will be held at a later date. Should friends desire, contributions may
be sent to Deb’s favorite charity, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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Notes for Edward Raymond FRANK


s/o Oliver and Viola (Kleist) Frank

OBITUARY:  Unknown publisher and publishing date
Edward R. Frank, 83, Mauston
  Edward Raymond Frank, 83, of Mauston, passed away peacefully at the VA Hospice, Tomah, Saturday,
June 11, 2016.
  Ed was born April 1, 1933, in Tomahawk, the son of Henry and Viola (Kleist) Frank.
  He served in the United States Navy and then in the United States Army.
  On June 26, 1954, Ed was united in marriage to Norma Pozel in Portage.
  Ed was a lifelong truck driver. Ed began his career pulping wood, hauling milk for Juneau County
farmers, being an over the road driver for Dart transit and becoming an owner/operator, ending his
driving career driving dump truck for Hamm’s Inc of Mauston. He assisted many, many individuals
learning the art of driving the big rig and in diesel mechanics. Ed could make anything run with
just a piece of wire.
  In his many years of life Ed will be remembered best for his quick wit and of his desire to
harass all he knew and met.
  Ed is survived by his wife of 62 years, Norma; daughters, Brenda (Harold) Seeley, Christine
(Mark) Madero and Sandra (Rick Belcher) Olson; sisters, Mary (Palmer) Peterson, Ida May (Duane)
Pfaff and Barbara (John) Treganza; his special friend and nephew Richard “Dick” Randall; many
dear to his heart grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews. He loved his family dearly.
  Ed was preceded in death by his parents; son, Eddie; daughter, Debbie; brother, Fred; and
sisters, Babe “Viola” and Pauline.
  Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 15, at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran
Church, Mauston, where friends may call from 11 a.m. until time of service. Burial will be at the
Rose Cemetery with military honors.
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Notes for Edith Beatrice FRANKLIN


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Edith Beatrice Fanklin Washburn
Birth:  Oct 7, 1904
Death:  Mar 6, 1930
Buried:  Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley, Weld Co., CO
Tombstone photo on
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Notes for Elisha FRANKLIN


Son of James and Martha (Ormsby) Franklin.

He died while blasting a rock in a well.
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