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Re: Looking for fellow foxes
Posted by: Robbi Hoy (ID *****9494) Date: November 13, 2004 at 20:58:36
In Reply to: Re: Looking for fellow foxes by Thomas Cole of 792

Thanks for getting back so fast!!
As a matter of fact...she has a book of names and dates written by Mary Alice Fuchs Snyder. Karen (my friend) is the daughter of Francis Henry-son of Martin M-son of Michael son of Johann.
I have found a few errors in this book...but the names and dates are generaly correct...There are many Fox's in here as well, but strangley you are not listed. What I am looking for is some of the stories behing this family. None are written in the book. There are also many photos in here as well. After looking into the Fox line, are you from Johann and Sophia Langenfeld? That seems to be the begining of the Fox line. It appears they were in Iowa.

I will share what I have if you are interested. My friend lives across the hall from me so I can just give her a whistle to my PC if you want to send anything. Let me know if you are interested in this book...also, please let me know if you have anything on the history ie Civil War info, occupations etc. I have found them mentioned in an article about St. Cloud, Wisconsin. Interestingly enough...my friends line now lives in St. Cloud, MN.

Thanks again for your time. Robbi Hoy


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