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Fuchs (Fox) Family of Dakota County, Minnesota
and Codington County, South Dakota
Descendants of Johann Michael Fuchs

Generation No. 7

23. Catherine M.7 Fox (Michael Martin6 Fuchs/Fox, Johann Joseph5, Anton4 Fuchs, Johann Michael3, Servatius2, Johann Michael1) was born August 8, 1875 in Rosemount, Dakota County, Minnesota, and died April 13, 1921 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.She married ISADOR HANTEN Abt. 1897, son of HENRY HANTEN and MARIA LIES.He was born December 04, 1872 in Luxembourg, and died Unknown.
More About CATHERINE M. FOX:
Burial: Unknown, St. Mary's cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota
ReasonforDeath: Diabetis mellitus

Children of CATHERINE FOX and ISADOR HANTEN are:
66. i. MARY ISADORA8 HANTEN, b. January 13, 1898, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. September 13, 1929, Sioux City, Iowa.
67. ii. ALBERT A. HANTEN, b. July 10, 1900, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. January 17, 1976, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
iii. LAURA HANTEN, b. July 23, 1902, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. Unknown.
iv. STILLBORN1 HANTEN, b. September 28, 1907, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. September 28, 1907, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
v. STILLBORN2 HANTEN, b. November 18, 1909, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. November 18, 1909, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.

24.JOSEPH W.7 FOX (MICHAEL MARTIN6FUCHS/FOX, JOHANN JOSEPH5, ANTON4FUCHS, JOHANN MICHAEL3, SERVATIUS2, JOHANN MICHAEL1) was born July 25, 1878 in Rosemount, Dakota County, Minnesota, and died May 06, 1971 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.He married LENA ZIRBES November 25, 1907 in St. Mary's Church, Watertown, South Dakota, daughter of JOHN ZIRBES and ANNA MOLITOR.She was born November 28, 1883 in Castlewood, Hamlin County, South Dakota, and died November 27, 1923 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
Notes for JOSEPH W. FOX:
The Watertown Public Opinion, May 7, 1971
Joseph W. Fox, 93, rural Watertown, died this morning in a Watertown hospital.The funeral will be Saturday at 11am in Holy Name Church.A bible wake will be held at 7:30pm Friday at the Mathiesen, Gergen, Rhodes and Wight Chapel.The wake will be followed by a Rosary. Visitation will be at the chapel from 2 to 5pm and 7 to 9pm Friday and Saturday until time of Service.
More About JOSEPH W. FOX:
Burial: Unknown, St. Mary's cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota
ReasonforDeath: Pulmonary Edema
More About LENA ZIRBES:
Burial: Unknown, St. Mary's cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota

Children of JOSEPH FOX and LENA ZIRBES are:
i. CATHERINE H.8 FOX, b. September 24, 1908, Elmira Twp., Codington County, South Dakota; d. May 1910, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
68. ii. ELEANOR A. FOX, b. Private.
69. iii. EDWARD G. FOX, b. Private.
70. iv. FRANCES C. FOX, b. Private.
71. v. HELEN MARIE FOX, b. Private.
vi. LILLIAN C. FOX, b. July 27, 1916, Elmira Twp., Codington County, South Dakota; d. September 24, 1940; m. JOSEPH APPELHOF, Private; b. Private.
Notes for LILLIAN C. FOX:
Hastings Gazette, Thursday, October 4, 1940
Kin Here Attend Double funeral at Watertown
Attending the double funeral last Friday morning of Mr. and Mrs. Josph Applehoff, nee, Lillian fox, aged 31 and 25 respectively, who were almost instantly killed following an accident near Watertown, South Dakota about 2am last Tuesday morning were Mrs. F. N. Fox, son Jerome and daughter Florence, Mrs. Margaret Fox, son Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kieffer; Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Doffing of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. William Sieben, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Conzemius, of Coates; Mrs. Mary Gergen and son Edward of Vermillion; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conzemius, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Schaffer, Mrs. Ben Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conzemius, Mrs. George Conzemius, Alois Conzemius, MR. L. L. Conzemius, Mrs. John Conzemius of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fox of Wanamingo, Mrs. Stephen Delaney of Rosemount; Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Theis of Shakopee, Miss Marie Fox of Mendota and Mr. and Mrs. Al Fox of Marshan. The service a solemn Requiem High Mass was chanted in the church of the Immaculate Conception at Watertown, South Dakota.
According to relatives the terrible tragedy which snuffed out the lives of 8 persons occurred when they were returning home from a dance. The car in which Mr. and Mrs. Applehoff and two other couples were riding stopped to give assistance to a stalled machine. Thinking to lighten the weight of their car and make it less difficult to push the standing vehicle, two passengers were transferred to the latter car. As they slowly began moving, a large Tri-State truck coming from the rear struck them with such force that 4 persons were instantly killed, 2 passed away shortly after while the other 2 lingered until Friday. The 2 passenger cars were completely demolished.
Mrs. Applehoff is the daughter of J. W. Fox and a granddaughter of the late Mike Fox, former Hampton resident. She has a host of relatives in this community who sincerely deplore her tragic passing. Surviving in her immediate family is her father, one brother and 3 sisters. The truck driver was not hurt and his machine was undamaged.

25.MICHAEL JOHN7 FOX (MICHAEL MARTIN6FUCHS/FOX, JOHANN JOSEPH5, ANTON4FUCHS, JOHANN MICHAEL3, SERVATIUS2, JOHANN MICHAEL1) was born December 27, 1879 in Rosemount, Dakota County, Minnesota, and died September 13, 1960 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.He married Margaret Mary Klein November 25, 1908 in Waverly, South Dakota, daughter of PETER KLEIN and MARGARET MARSCH.She was born November 22, 1881 in Waverly, Codington County, South Dakota, and died February 18, 1964 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
Pedigree of Michael John Fox
Notes for MICHAEL JOHN FOX:
The Watertown Public Opinion, September 14, 1960
Michael J.Fox, 80, who lived three and a half miles northeast of Watertown, died at his farm Tuesday noon.Funeral services will be held at 9:30am Friday at the Holy Name Catholic church.Burial will Be in St. Mary's cemetery.there will be a solemn requiem mass with the Rev. Father Leo J. Fox as celebrant.Deacon will be the Rev. Father Leonard Fox, and the sub-deacon will be the Reverand Father Robert Fox. Father Myron F. Martin will deliver the funeral sermon. Rosary services will be held at 8pm Wednesday at the Mathiesen, Gergen and Rhodes Funeral Chapel, preceded by a Knights of Columbus rosary service at 7:30pm Rosary service will be held at the farm home at 8pm Thursday.
The body will lie in state at the funeral home Thursday morning.It will be taken to the farm home in the afternoon where visitation hours will be from 3pm Thursday until the time of services.Casket bearers will be six nephews, Edward, Fox, Alois Fox, Alfred Fox, Peter Fox, Howard Fox and James Fox.
Mr. Fox was born on December 27, 1879, at Rosemount, Minnesota, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michel M. Fox.At an early age he came to south Dakota with his parents, settling at Kranzburg for a short time. He then moved with his parents to a farm east of Watertown.
He married Margaret M. Klein on November 25, 1908, at Waverly. The same year he moved to a farm three and a half miles northeast of Watertown where he continued to make his home.He was a member of the Holy Name Catholic Chruch, the Holy Name Society, and the Knights of Columbus.
Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John (Marie) McAndrews of Rosemount, Minnesota, Mrs. Joe (Adelaide) Murphy of Henry, and Mrs. Greg (Louise) Wagner of Miesville, Minnesota; three sons, Rev. Father Leo J. Fox of Gettysburg, Richard N. Fox of River Falls, Wisconsin, and Michael V. Fox of Watertown; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Deniger of Watertown, three brothers, Joseph W. Fox, Nick H. Fox and Albert N. Fox, all of Watertown, and 24 grandchildren.He was preceded in death by one son, his parents, and one sister.Mrs. and Mrs. Fox celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1958.
More About MICHAEL JOHN FOX:
Burial: St. Mary's Cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota

Children of Michael Fox and Margaret Klein are:
72. i. Marie Margaret8 Fox, b. 18 April 1910 in Watertown, South Dakota; Died 9 July 2011 in Burnsville, Minnesota. She married John Joseph McAndrews at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Watertown, South Dakota on June 16, 1941.
73. ii. ADELAIDE CATHERINE FOX, b. Private.
iii. LEO J. FOX, b. Private.
74. iv. RICHARD N. FOX, b. Private.
75. v. WILLIAM A. FOX, b. December 18, 1918, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. March 30, 1947, Killed when his plane crashed.
76. vi. LOUISE MARY FOX, b. Private.
77. vii. MICHAEL VICTOR FOX, b. Private.
Fox Family Photos

26.ALOIS JOSEPH7 FOX (MICHAEL MARTIN6FUCHS/FOX, JOHANN JOSEPH5, ANTON4FUCHS, JOHANN MICHAEL3, SERVATIUS2, JOHANN MICHAEL1) was born January 24, 1882 in Kranzburg, Codington County, South Dakota, and died January 15, 1929 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.He married SUSAN EMMA LORENZ January 24, 1912 in St. Boniface, Hastings, Minnesota, daughter of PETER LORENZ and EMMA ENGEL.She was born February 25, 1892, and died Unknown.
More About ALOIS JOSEPH FOX:
Baptism: Holy Rosary, Kranzburg, Codington County, South Dakota
Burial: Unknown, St. Mary's cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota

Children of ALOIS FOX and SUSAN LORENZ are:
i. CATHERINE8 FOX, b. Private; m. ELMER HRABE, Private; b. Private.
ii. ALOIS FOX, b. Private; m. LAURETTA BRANDRIET, Private; b. Private.
78. iii. SUSAN MARIE FOX, b. Private.
79. iv. PETER ALBERT FOX, b. Private.
80. v. EUGENE HENRY FOX, b. Private.
vi. DONALD FOX, b. Private; m. MERCEDES LEEMHIUS, Private; b. Private.
81. vii. LORENZ M. FOX, b. Private.
viii. ROBERT FOX, b. Private.

27.LILLIAN7 FOX (MICHAEL MARTIN6FUCHS/FOX, JOHANN JOSEPH5, ANTON4FUCHS, JOHANN MICHAEL3, SERVATIUS2, JOHANN MICHAEL1) was born December 29, 1885 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota, and died Unknown in Willmar, Minnesota?.She married ALFRED DENIGER October 15, 1911.He was born 1888, and died Unknown.

Children of LILLIAN FOX and ALFRED DENIGER are:
i. EDWARD J.8 DENIGER, b. Private; m. RUTH PETERSON, Private; b. Private.
ii. ALFRED M. DENIGER, b. Private; m. LOUISE KELLAR, Private; b. Private.

28.NICHOLAS HAROLD7 FOX (MICHAEL MARTIN6FUCHS/FOX, JOHANN JOSEPH5, ANTON4FUCHS, JOHANN MICHAEL3, SERVATIUS2, JOHANN MICHAEL1) was born March 15, 1887 in Elmira Twp., Codington County, South Dakota, and died September 27, 1974 in Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.He married ISABELLE DENIGER, daughter of JOSEPH DENIGER and FRANCIS TISCHLER.She was born June 1893 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, and died August 1970.
Notes for NICHOLAS HAROLD FOX:
The Watertown Public Opinion, September 28, 1974
Nicholas H. Fox, 87, Route 4, Watertown, died Friday in a Watertown nursing home. The funeral mass will be Monday at 10am in the Immaculate Conception Church. concelebrating the mass will be Father Leonard F. Stanton; Father Leo Fox, Clark; Father Leonard Fox, Elk Point; and Father Robert Fox, Redfield.
A scripture service will be held Sunday at 7:30pm in the Mathiesen, Gergen, Rhodes and Wight Funeral Chapel followed by the rosary.burial will be in the St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation will be from 2-5pm and 7-9pm Sunday at the funeral chapel.Pallbearers will be grandsons, Robert Case, Alfred Fox, Jr. Dean Spartz, Raymond Mernaugh, Kenneth Mernaugh and Kevin Mernaugh.
Mr. Fox was born March 15, 1887, at Watertown the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Fox. He married Isabella Deniger October 15, 1914, at Watertown. She died in 1970. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception church and the Knights of Columbus, was a trustee of the Immaculate Conception Church and was on the first board of directors of St. Ann Hospital. He was a 4-H leader and active in extension work. In 1957, he was recognized as State Farmer of the Year at South Dakota State University's Little International. He served on the school board of District 17, and was director of the Production Credit Association and the Federal Land Bank Association.He was active in organizing the South Dakota Angus Association and was president and director of this group.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. LeRoy (Isabelle) Mernaugh, Pierre; Mrs. Vern (Mildred) Spartz, Madison and sister Mary Rogene Fox, Rochester, Minnesota.; two sons, Alfred and Howard, both of Watertown; one sister, Mrs Lillian Deniger, Watertown; 17 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and a son in law, Ross Case.
"Nicholas H. Fox Family"...
Nicholas and Isabelle farmed four miles east of Watertown. In 1922, they went into the purebred Aberdeen Angus business.
More About NICHOLAS HAROLD FOX:
Burial: Unknown, St. Mary's cemetery, Watertown, South Dakota

Children of NICHOLAS FOX and ISABELLE DENIGER are:
i. NICHOLAS8 FOX, b. September 12, 1915, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. July 23, 1917, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
82. ii. ALFRED MICHAEL FOX, b. Private.
83. iii. ISABELLE LILLIAN FOX, b. Private.
84. iv. MILDRED FOX, b. Private.
v. HOWARD ALOIS FOX, b. Private.
85. vi. ANNA MARIE SUSAN FOX, b. May 31, 1925, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota; d. December 30, 1974, Watertown, Codington County, South Dakota.
vii. LORETTA (BETTY) FOX, b. Private.


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