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<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr. and June Dean, June 20, 1971, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr. and June Dean, June 20, 1971, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
52
<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., and Joann Norman
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., and Joann Norman
 
 
53
<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
54
<I>Fox:</I> Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Sr., about 1945, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Sr., about 1945, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
55
<I>Fox:</I> Caradine 'Carrie' Mary Fox and Charles R. Purnell Wedding Invtation, Natchez, Mississippi, 1891
Fox: Caradine "Carrie" Mary Fox and Charles R. Purnell Wedding Invtation, Natchez, Mississippi, 1891
 
 
56
<I>Fox:</I> Caradine 'Carrie' Mary Fox, 1868, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Caradine "Carrie" Mary Fox, 1868, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
57
<I>Fox:</I> Carl Hall Fox Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, 1911
Fox: Carl Hall Fox Death Notice, Natchez Democrat, 1911
This clipping was found pasted to a page from a bible. 
 
58
<I>Fox:</I> Carl Hall Fox newspaper death notice #2.
Fox: Carl Hall Fox newspaper death notice #2.
This clipping is from the Natchez Democrat. 
 
59
<I>Fox:</I> Carradine 'Carrie' Mary Fox, ca. 1885, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Carradine "Carrie" Mary Fox, ca. 1885, Natchez, Mississippi
This photograph is from the collection of Myrtle Bank Galleries, Historic Photographs, 408 N. Pearl, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120. This is a contact print made directly from the negative in the actual size of the negative. The photo is copyright by Myrtle Bank Galleries. 
 
60
<I>Fox:</I> Casey M. Fox, Natchez, Mississippi, 1884
Fox: Casey M. Fox, Natchez, Mississippi, 1884
 
 
61
<I>Fox:</I> Confederate Veterans Parade, about 1924, Natchez, Mississippi.
Fox: Confederate Veterans Parade, about 1924, Natchez, Mississippi.
Back of photo says those riding in the auto are: W. H. H. Fox, T. Bauer, O. Wild, Calcote, B. Gaines 
 
62
<I>Fox:</I> Elizabeth Catherine (House) Fox
Fox: Elizabeth Catherine (House) Fox
 
 
63
<I>Fox:</I> Elizabeth Catherine House Fox 'Mother' and William Henry Harrison Fox 'Father', City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Elizabeth Catherine House Fox "Mother" and William Henry Harrison Fox "Father", City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
64
<I>Fox:</I> Fox Family in Memphis, Tennessee, 1353 Sardis St., about 1921
Fox: Fox Family in Memphis, Tennessee, 1353 Sardis St., about 1921
(Back row, left to right) Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Sr.; William Henry Harrison Fox, Jr.; Mrytle Dallas Barwick Fox; Orleanna - a.k.a. Emma Anna - Sharp Barwick. (Front row, left to right) Velma May Fox; Irvin William Fox. 
 
65
<I>Fox:</I> Fox Home, 1934, at 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee.
Fox: Fox Home, 1934, at 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee.
 
 
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<I>Fox:</I> Fox Home, 1935, 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee.
Fox: Fox Home, 1935, 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee.
 
 
67
<I>Fox:</I> Fox Home, 1960, 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee, the Fox family home in Memphis from 1912 to 1960
Fox: Fox Home, 1960, 1353 Sardis St., Memphis, Tennessee, the Fox family home in Memphis from 1912 to 1960
This house was the home of William Henry Harrison Fox, Jr., Myrtle Dallas Barwick Fox, Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Sr., Irvin William Fox, Velma May Fox and Emma Anna (Orleanna) Sharp Barwick. It is at the northwest corner of Sardis St. and Olive Ave. 
 
68
<I>Fox:</I> Irene Amanda (Smith) Fox, and James Alfred Fox, 1896, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Irene Amanda (Smith) Fox, and James Alfred Fox, 1896, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
69
<I>Fox:</I> Irene Amanda Smith Fox and James Alfred Fox, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Irene Amanda Smith Fox and James Alfred Fox, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
70
<I>Fox:</I> Irvin William 'Red' Fox and his sister, Velma May Fox, 1920s, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Irvin William "Red" Fox and his sister, Velma May Fox, 1920s, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
71
<I>Fox:</I> James Alfred 'Jimmie' Fox, about 1879, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: James Alfred "Jimmie" Fox, about 1879, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
72
<I>Fox:</I> James Alfred Fox about 1890, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: James Alfred Fox about 1890, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
73
<I>Fox:</I> James Alfred Fox and Irene Amanda Smith wedding photo, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: James Alfred Fox and Irene Amanda Smith wedding photo, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
74
<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox and Catharine Ann Bessonet marriage record, St. James Epispocal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Fox: James Coleman Fox and Catharine Ann Bessonet marriage record, St. James Epispocal Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Click the thumbnail image to open the PDF in a new window. 
 
75
<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox headstone, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: James Coleman Fox headstone, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Status: Located 
 
76
<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox letter of reference written by William Struthers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1839.
Fox: James Coleman Fox letter of reference written by William Struthers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1839.
James C. Fox was the son of Samuel Fox and Elizabeth Wehling. The letter of reference was written by William Struthers, a marble mason in Philadelphia. William Struthers' company, William Struthers & Company, was a marble and contracting business in Philadelphia, whose commissions included the United States Mint, George Washington's sarcophagus and most of Philadelphia's most important monuments, including The Merchant's Exchange, the Philadelphia Exchange, The Pennsylvania & Reading Railroad Building, and the Mechanic's Bank. Note how the letter says, "No brickmakers in the City have had a better reputation than S. Fox & Sons." That's quite a good endorsement from someone as prominent in the United States as William Struthers. 
 
77
<I>Fox:</I> James Coleman Fox, about 1838, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Fox: James Coleman Fox, about 1838, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Married Catharine Ann Bessonett. 
 
78
<I>Fox:</I> Joann (Norman) Fox and Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., May 9, 1951, Memphis, Tennessee
Fox: Joann (Norman) Fox and Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr., May 9, 1951, Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
79
<I>Fox:</I> Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill death notice probably from the Natchez Democrat.
Fox: Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill death notice probably from the Natchez Democrat.
 
 
80
<I>Fox:</I> Joyce Ruth (Fox) Crawford
Fox: Joyce Ruth (Fox) Crawford
 
 
81
<I>Fox:</I> June Dean Fox - second wife of Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr.
Fox: June Dean Fox - second wife of Aubrey Emanuel Fox, Jr.
 
 
82
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox in Petersburg, Georgia, to his sister Joanna Painter Fox probably in Natchez, Mississippi.  February 29, 186? (year is cut off of the photocopy)
Fox: Letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox in Petersburg, Georgia, to his sister Joanna Painter Fox probably in Natchez, Mississippi. February 29, 186? (year is cut off of the photocopy)
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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83
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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84
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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85
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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86
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 28, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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87
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 22, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 22, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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88
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 7, 1839
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Natchez, Mississippi, to Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 7, 1839
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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89
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in New Orleans, Louisiana, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 22, 1839.
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in New Orleans, Louisiana, to his brother Samuel M. Fox in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 22, 1839.
The original of this letter is in the Samuel M. Fox correspondence records at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.


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90
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by James C. Fox in Wolf Lake, Mississippi, to his daughter Joanna Painter Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. August 6, 1854
Fox: Letter written by James C. Fox in Wolf Lake, Mississippi, to his daughter Joanna Painter Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. August 6, 1854
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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91
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by Joanna Painter Fox in Ringold, Georgia, to her mother Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi.  September 15, 1866
Fox: Letter written by Joanna Painter Fox in Ringold, Georgia, to her mother Catharine Ann (Bessonett) Fox in Natchez, Mississippi. September 15, 1866
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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92
<I>Fox:</I> Letter written by Mary Glenn, at the Jackson Mississippi Hospital to Benjamin Duncan Fox.  1863
Fox: Letter written by Mary Glenn, at the Jackson Mississippi Hospital to Benjamin Duncan Fox. 1863
A notation on the letter refers to Mary Glenn as Benjamin Duncan Fox's sweetheart. On this web site, there is another letter written by Benjamin Duncan Fox that refers to his "intended", but no actual name is mentioned.
The original of this letter is now at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Waddill Family Papers (Mss. 4578), Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection, Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library, since 1997.

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93
<I>Fox:</I> Map of Forest Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia showing the location of all the graves from Rondalson's Cemetery (a.k.a. Philadelphia Cemetery).
Fox: Map of Forest Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia showing the location of all the graves from Rondalson's Cemetery (a.k.a. Philadelphia Cemetery).
This is the location of all the Fox graves that were formerly in Ronaldson's. No headstones exist...only one marker for Rondalson.


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94
<I>Fox:</I> Map of the Fox plot at Natchez City Cemetery.  Also includes the location of Alfred Henry House grave.
Fox: Map of the Fox plot at Natchez City Cemetery. Also includes the location of Alfred Henry House grave.


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95
<I>Fox:</I> Myrtle Dallas (Barwick) Fox, 1940s, Memphis, Tennessee.
Fox: Myrtle Dallas (Barwick) Fox, 1940s, Memphis, Tennessee.
 
 
96
<I>Fox:</I> Newspaper article about Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill and the flag petticoat.  State Times, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 27, 1960.
Fox: Newspaper article about Joanna Painter (Fox) Waddill and the flag petticoat. State Times, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 27, 1960.
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97
<I>Fox:</I> Peggy Norman, sister of Joann Norman Fox, holding Joyce Ruth (Fox) Crawford
Fox: Peggy Norman, sister of Joann Norman Fox, holding Joyce Ruth (Fox) Crawford
 
 
98
<I>Fox:</I> Robert Leroy Fox, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Fox: Robert Leroy Fox, City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
 
 
99
<I>Fox:</I> Rose Allyne Fox age 4
Fox: Rose Allyne Fox age 4
 
 
100
<I>Fox:</I> Samuel FOX cemetery lot record, Ronaldson's
Cemetery, 9th and Fitzwater Sts., Philadelphia
Fox: Samuel FOX cemetery lot record, Ronaldson's Cemetery, 9th and Fitzwater Sts., Philadelphia
 
 

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