|Birth: ||Sep. 7, 1732|
|Death: ||May 22, 1806|
He married, first, on May 20,1760, Grace Lyon.
He married, second, after 1791, widow Patience Cannon of Colrain,MA.
He moved to Colrain in 1765, and built a house which was still occupied in 1933 and known as "The Fox and Goose Tavern". There he kept a store and a hotel, and served as a Constable and Collector for the town.
He served during the French and Indian War when he lived at Woodstock,CT, and in the American Revolution after he removed to Colrain, marching at the bennington Alarm and taking part in the Battle of Saratoga. He was commissioned an Ensign on Oct 12,1787. He was an organizer and charter member of the First baptist Church.
Children(by first marriage): Charlotte Fox Smith.
Children(by second marriage): Thomas Fox III, William Fox, and David Fox.
Thomas Fox (1706 - 1793)
Mercy Lawrence Fox (1706 - 1794)
Grace Lyon Fox (1733 - 1791)
Patience Fox (1754 - 1843)
Charlotte Fox Smith (1784 - 1862)*
Thomas Fox (1792 - 1872)*
William Fox (1794 - 1863)*
David Fox (1795 - 1833)*
Thomas Fox (1732 - 1806)
Mercy Fox Johnson (1740 - ____)*
Jabez Fox (1745 - 1780)*
Colrain West Branch Cemetery
Created by: Kevin Avery
Record added: May 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70616598