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||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Ruiz, Delilah Jane (I1530)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Ruiz, Drew Atly (I1531)
||Transcribed from History of Labette County, Kansas and its Representative Citizens, ed. & comp. by Hon. Nelson Case. Pub. by Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. 1901|
AMASA FOX is a prominent farmer of Hackberry township, Labette county, Kansas, who has been located in the southwest quarter of section 35, township 34, range 20, almost continuously since 1869. He was born in Wayne county, Michigan, in 1828, and is a son of A. Fox.
A. Fox was a sailor and ran on the first steamboat on Lake Erie. He married Sibyl Bell, who was born in Vermont, and they reared five children. Those living are: Daniel, who resides in Chetopa, Kansas; and Amasa.
Amasa Fox lived in Wayne county, Michigan, until he was twenty-three years of age, and then located in Kane county, Illinois. There he was engaged in farming until 1869, when, accompanied by his wife, he journeyed to Labette county, Kansas, by wagon, - the trip consuming four weeks. He located in the southwest quarter of section 35, township 24, range 20, in Hackberry township, which has since been his home with the exception of about three years spent in Washington. He was actively engaged in farming for many years, but at the present time rents his land. He was a very successful business man and laid by a handsome competency.
Mr. Fox was united in matrimony with Martha Rumsey, who was born in Delaware county, New York, in 1834, and is a daughter of E. S. Rumsey, who was born in New York and was a farmer by occupation. Mr. Rumsey married Chloe Du Bois, also a native of New York, and they reared 20 children. Those now living are: Annis; Margaret; Ebenezer; James; Martha; Mr. Fox's wife, Emma; and Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Fox have had seven children: Luella, deceased; Francis I.; Charles E.; Daniel W., deceased; Katie; Ernest; and Lue. In politics, Mr. Fox is independent. He and his wife are Methodists.
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|Fox, Amasa (I822)
||Was a member of First Pentecostal Holiness Church on Olive Street in Memphis. ||Fox, William Henry Harrison Jr. (I32)
||Worked at Bluff City Buick in Memphis starting in 1937 until about 1982.|
When living in Brown, Alabama, as a young man, he worked on the railroad selling newspapers and candy. He was called a News Butcher.
In World War II, he was stationed in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where he taught welding on airplanes.
He was a member of Parkway Methodist Church when he lived in south Memphis. He was a member of Underwood Methodist Church when he lived in east Memphis.
|Stewart, Melvin Dale (I39)