The eight children were: Anchor, George, Absalom, Gabriel, Ambrose, Mary, Amos, and a daughter.Continue reading »
FOX. There were two separate Fox families in early Hunterdon, one of them from Germany (originally Fuchs), and the other from England. The English branch was directly related to the great Quaker leader, George Fox. The German branch settled south of Sand Brook village.
Here is the Fox Family Tree: https://goodspeedhistories.com/fox-descendants/
Following the trail of the George Fox’s of Hunterdon County, I have come to the will of George No. 3, who was born c.1700 in England, came to America with his parents, George and Jane Palmer Fox, and died in Kingwood Township, Hunterdon County in 1754.Continue reading »
Before I go any further with the Fox family, it has occurred to me that a family tree, or, more accurately, a descendants chart, might help clear up any confusion that develops.Continue reading »
One of the advantages of writing a blog is that you can update what you write and make corrections. I expect to be doing quite a lot of that.Continue reading »
I thought I’d choose for my first post an old Hunterdon family whose roots I have been trying to trace for years. The idea came from a discussion on the Fox family of Kingwood Township that took place on the Hunterdon mailing list on Rootsweb.Continue reading »