1650 - 1714 (64 years)
||Henry Fox  |
||London, England 
||16 Nov 1714
||King William, Virginia, USA
||5 Apr 2020 |
||Anne West, b. 1655, West Point, King William, Virginia, USA , d. 1708, New Kent, Virginia, USA (Age 53 years) |
||New Kent, Virginia, USA
|+||1. Thomas Fox, b. 1680, New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, USA , d. 1749, King William, Virginia, USA (Age 69 years) [natural]|
|+||2. Anne Fox, b. 20 May 1684, King William, Virginia, USA , d. 4 May 1733, King William, Virginia, USA (Age 48 years) [natural]|
||5 Apr 2020 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Gentleman, of King William Co., Virginia. He was magistrate in King and Queen Co. in 1698 and when King William Co. was formed he was its first sheriff; his commission is dated 17 February 1702. There is a table in the Court room at King William Courthouse which reads: "Dedicated to the Memory of Henry Fox, First Presiding Justice of the Court April 20,1702 and also a Burgess and Sheriff of King William who with Captain Richard Littlepage jointly deeded on January 20, 1702, to the newly formed County of King William the land on which the first courthouse stood and on which the present courthouse was built about the year 1725." Henry Fox represented King William Co. in the House of Burgesses from 1712 until the time of his death in 1714.
16 Apr 1682 or 1683, obtained grant 300 acres partly in New Kent Co, and Gloucester Co
24 Oct 1691 Juror in court in James City
ABT 1695 moved to Pamunkey Neck in St. John's Parish, in King & Queen Co (King Wm. Co)
1695-1706 Vestryman of St. John's Parish
1698-1702 was Justice of the Peace in K&Q Co, Mar 12 1701-1702, was JP in King Wm Co.
6 Jun 1699 already had land, Today acquired 330 acres of marsh land in K&Q Co. Pamunkey Neck, adjoining land previously acquired
24 Apr 1700 granted 1, 982 acres in three separate tracts in Pamunkey Neck
17 Feb 1702 comm. 1st Sheriff of King Wm. Co. but apparently did not serve
Oct 1705 again commissioned as Sheriff
31 Oct 1712 granted patent 1, 000 acres in King Wm Co. by Will of John West member of House of Burgesses from King William Co.