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  • Originally written by Gerry Fox, shared by Guy James

Fox Family, Brackarybeg, Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, Ireland

Following a trip to Ireland in 2019, Guy James submitted a DNA sample to Family Tree DNA. One of his matches was a Gerry Fox in Ireland. Guy was able to establish email contact with him in late 2019; turns out Gerry is a family history buff and experienced genealogy researcher and writer.


The following is a lifted from an extensive report he wrote, drawing on the work of Margaret Goynes Olson in Texas Roots to establish connections with his own research on Fox family history in county Leitrim. Many thanks to Siobhan McGloin for all of her help in facilitating these findings. Guy is extremely grateful to Gerry Fox for all of his time and effort in piecing together this portion of our family history.


Fox Family, Brackarybeg, Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, Ireland

By Gerry Fox (2020).

John Fox was born circa 1758 in Brackarybeg. Brackarybeg is a townland located north-west of the town of Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, Ireland. This townland is bordered to the north by the townland of Brackarymore. In 2020, the area of the townland where the Fox family lived is covered in a forest of young trees.

During the eighteenth century, the language of the people was exclusively Irish (Gaelic). Children were not formally educated as there were no schools. John Fox was first married to Nellie McGloin. Nellie Fox died soon after the birth of their first child Francis, who was born circa 1799. The Irish had a tradition of naming the first son after the paternal grandfather, the second son after the maternal grandfather, the first daughter after the maternal grandmother and the second daughter after the paternal grandmother. Using this tradition, John's father was named Francis Fox.

This hypothesis cannot be proven or verified. Likewise, the following paragraphs cannot be verified except that Guy James and Gerry Fox are 5th cousins per DNA testing with Family Tree DNA. I am suggesting that John Fox's grandfather was Darby Fox and the common ancestor to Guy James and Gerry Fox.


In 1744, Darby Shinaghan was a tenant of the Wynne Estate in the townland of Gortnacrieve, Ballaghameehan, County Leitrim. Shinaghan is Fox in the Irish language. In May 1746, Col. Owen Wynne made a lease to Terence Mihan , Darby Shinaghan and James Fihiley of land in the neighbouring town land of Kinkellew at an annual rent of £11-1Ss -0d. This lease was still in place in 1767.

Darby Shinaghan was born circa 1700 and died circa 1767. The Fox family were tenants of the Wynne Estate for most of the period while the Wynne's were the landlords of the Ballaghameehan parish (1680-1910). The Fox family were descended from the Irish branch of the Foxs' and they have always been Roman Catholics. During the early part of the eighteenth century the Irish version of the name (Shinaghan) was commonly used. However, towards the late 1700s, when Darby Shinaghan was a tenant of the Wynne Estate, the family dropped the Irish version of their name and replaced it with the English version 'Fox'. It was advantageous for them to change their name to Fox so as to establish themselves as tenants of the Wynne Estate which was part of the British establishment in Ireland. The Fox surname has remained ever since.

Darby Shinaghan married circa 1720 before he acquired the lease in Kinkellew and he had a large family. It is believed that Darby Shinaghan and his wife had at least five sons. Their names were:

Darby Fox lived in Brackarybeg. In 1796, Darby Fox received an award from the Irish Linen Board for growing flax. Darby Fox was a tenant of the Earl of Leitrim in the townland of Brackarybeg which is part of the Killasnet parish. On the lst August, 1831, Cooper Esquire made a lease of 16 acres to Lurate Fox, widow of Darby Fox, for the life of same in the townland of Brackarybeg. Therefore, Darby Fox died circa 1830.

Francis Fox lived in Brackarybeg. Francis Fox was a tenant of the Earl of Leitrim in the townland of Brackarybeg which is part of the Killasnet parish. Francis had at least three sons Francis, Darby, and John, who emigrated to Texas.


James Fox lived in Lisdarush. In 1796, James Fox received an award from the Irish Linen Board for growing flax. Flax was the raw material used by the linen industry which was an important part of the economy at that time.


Neal Fox replaced his father as tenant in Kinkellew. Neal is reputed to have had a herd's house situated near the top of the mountain in Kinkellew. In 1796, Neal Fox received an award from the Irish Linen Board for growing flax. In 1807, Neal Fox is listed as a tenant in the townland of Kinkellew.


John Fox lived in Shasmore. The town land of Shasmore in Ballaghameehan was part of the Wynne Estate. Between 1741 and 1807 those to occupy the tenancy of Shasmore included Richard Malley, Thomas Johnston, his son John Johnston, and a Hurst family. All of these tenants were Protestants. In 1807, John Fox received the largest tenancy in the parish of Ballaghameehan which was 356 acres of land in the town land of Shasmore.

Sometime after the death of Nellie McGloin Fox, John Fox (son of Francis) married Nellie's sister Mary McGloin. Mary was born circa 1780. They had at least eight children. The names of the children were:

Michael was born circa 1802.

Ellen (Nellie) was born 15 May 1805.

Margaret (Peggy) was born circa 1807.

Darby was born circa 1809.

Bridget (Biddy) was born circa 1813.

Mary (Polly) was born circa 1815.

John was born circa 1817.

Patrick was born circa 1819.

In the Tithe Applotment Books of 1833/34 we find that John Fox senior and John Fox junior are tenant farmers and are sharing 18 acres in the townland of Brackarybeg. Also, Darby Fox was a tenant of 10 acres of land in the same townland. Darby Fox may have been a brother of John Fox. This is based on the fact that the Irish had a tradition of naming the third son afterthe father's oldest brother. John Fox named his third son Darby. John Fox had another brother named Francis.


Mary McGloin Fox was a beneficiary to her brother Patrick's will. Patrick was one of the first colonists in the McMullen/McGloin colony, receiving his land grant on December 3, 1831. When Patrick McGloin died in Victoria, TX in 1846 he divided his estate, and the estate of his late son John (who died in the 1836 massacre at Goliad during the Texas Revolution), between his widow (Margaret) and his two sisters, Mary Fox and Margaret McGloin who still lived in Ireland. The details of the will included: his widow Margaret and his sister Mary McGloin Fox each received 3000 acres approximately of ranch land in an area of Texas that was sparsely populated. His other sister Margaret and her husband Michael McGloin received 640 acres. Michael and Margaret McGloin may not have gone to Texas to claim their inheritance.


In this will Mary’s husband is named as Michael. This is difficult to explain. At this time female property rights were inferior to those of a male. One explanation could be that Mary's husband John Fox may have been suffering from dementia for a number of years. He was almost 90 years old. She may have requested that her brother Patrick McGloin insert the name of her oldest son Michael in place of John into the will. This could also simply have been a mistake, as Patrick could neither read nor write and his will would have been transcribed by a third party (since this report was written in 2020 additional references have been found indicating that the husband of Mary McGloin Fox was indeed John Fox and not Michael Fox).


Michael Fox (son of John and Mary) and his family sailed on the first boat of Fox's heading to Texas. Mary Fox with her bachelor sons Darby and Patrick were next to set sail. Mary's husband John Fox sailed with his daughter Biddy McMurray and her family on the third boat. Mary McGloin Fox made her final will in 1853, she provided for her daughter Biddy so as to care for the needs of her father. In the 1850 census we find John Fox along with his wife Mary and some family members living in the county of San Patricio. There is a headstone in the old Gussettville cemetery with the name of John Fox, his son Darby and grandchildren Mary and Patrick, children of Patrick Fox and Anne Gallagher. Nowhere in these records can one find the name Michael. The only place that the name Michael Fox appears is in the will of Mary Fox's brother Patrick McGloin.

Mary McGloin Fox and her husband John and their eight adult children and their families emigrated to Texas between 1848 and 1854. A total of 55 family members sailed on seven separate ships to either New York or Boston and from there onto New Orleans. None of the adult family members could read or write and they signed their names with a mark.

John Fox's oldest son Francis (Frank, by his first marriage to Mary’s sister Nellie) remained in the townland of Brackarybeg, in the parish of Killasnet. In Griffith's Valuation Books, 1857, Francis Fox has a house and shares 31 acres with three other tenants. Frank Fox married circa 1820 and he had at least four children. He died on 5 December, 1877, aged 78 years15. The names of his children were:


Bridget who was single died on 20 January, 1880, aged 60 years.

Michael emigrated to Texas with the Dolan family in 1854. In 1861, he married Mary Anne Chambliss. They had 12 children and later settled in Bee County.


John who was single died on 28 July, 1877, aged 40 years.

Patrick married Catherine Dolan on 10 February, 1879. They had no family. He died on 4 April, 1887, aged 45 years. Patrick was the last of this line of Fox's to live in Brackarybeg.


All of the Fox family of Brackarybeg are interred in unmarked graves in Cartrontemple cemetery in the parish of Killasnet (also known as Killroosk Burial Ground).


In 1848, Ireland was in the depths of famine, particularly in the west of Ireland. The famine which started in 1846 and lasted for three years was caused by blight to the potato crop.


Many families depended on the potato crop as their main source of food. The poorest farmers and labourers were the most exposed to starvation. As a result of the famine one million people died and a further million emigrated from Ireland. By becoming the beneficiary of 3000 acres of land in Texas made it an easy decision for the extended Fox family to emigrate there.


When they emigrated in 1848, John Fox was almost 90 years old and his wife Mary was nearly 70 years of age. The others to emigrate were as follows:


Sailing One: John Fox junior was married twice. On 9 November, 1840, he married Bridget (Molly) McTiernan. They had two daughters, Mary and Ellen. Molly Fox died circa 1843. On 6 October, 1844, John Fox married Alice Gallagher from Killargue. Circa 1845, they emigrated to Canada. Their daughter Catherine was born in 1846 in New Brunswick, Canada. The family then moved to Boston where their sons John (born 1848) and James (born 1849) were born. By 1850, this family was living in San Patricio, Texas.


Sailing Two: In 1848, the following family members emigrated to Texas. Michael Fox, his children John and Martha from his first marriage to Mary (deceased), who was a cousin of the Sheeran family and his second wife Kate Gallagher with their son Patrick and daughter Anne.

Sailing Three: Later in 1848, Mary McGloin Fox and her sons Darby and Patrick who were single, set sail from Ireland to Texas.


Sailing Four: Later again in 1848, the following family members emigrated to Texas. John Fox and his daughter Bridget (Biddie) and husband William McMurray and their children Margaret and Mary. Also, William's daughter Kate from his first marriage to Mary Fox. She had died circa 1837. Circa 1851, William's sons James and Pat from his first marriage traveled to live in Texas.


Sailing Five: Also, in 1848, the following family members set sail for America: Mary (Polly) Fox and husband James Sheeran, their children Mary, Pat, Tom, Margaret and Ellen.

Margaret Sheeran died during the voyage to America.

Sailing Six: 1852, Margaret (Peggy) Fox and husband James McGuinness (Co. Fermanagh), children Anne, Margaret, Mary, Bridget and Ellen were next to emigrate to Texas. Also on this boat were Michael Fox's mother-in-law Mary Margaret Gallagher and her adult children Bryan, Anne and Patrick. Peggy Fox and her family members emigrated to Texas once they became beneficiaries of Mary McGloin Fox's first will which was drafted on 6 December, 1851.

Sailing Seven: In 1854, Ellen (Nellie) Fox and husband James Dolan emigrated along with children Michael, James, Margaret, Thomas, John, Patrick and Mary. Owen Sheeran, son of Polly and James Sheeran along with Michael Fox, son of Francis Fox, Brackarybeg, emigrated with the Dolan family. James Dolan died soon after arriving in New Orleans. The Sheeran and Dolan families were from Ballaghameehan parish. The Dolan family did not emigrate to Texas until after the death of Mary McGloin Fox when they had received one ninth of her estate from her will.

The settlement of the estate of Patrick McGloin in Texas was very contentious. The first executrix of his will was his widow, Margaret. She died late in 1853, with the estate still not settled. Patrick's widow Margaret was allowed to sell off portions of the estate to pay legal fees. During one of these public auctions in 1851, Mary McGloin Fox's sons Michael, Darby, and Patrick had to buy approximately 600 acres of land out of the estate of Patrick McGloin. In her final will dated 10 October, 1853, Margaret McGowan McGloin (Patrick McGloin’s widow) bequeathed her property between Bridget McGowan alias Parks, her sister Catherine McGowan, Francis and Mary McGowan, children of Terence McGowan and Catherine Peterson. She also bequeathed 237 acres to George Parks.

Following these events, Mary McGloin Fox wished to protect her inheritance for her family, particularly after her death. She made her first will on 6 December, 1851. She gave her to daughter Mary Sheeran 10 acres of land. This land was lying on the Atascosa creek and was part of the tract of land originally granted to John McGloin. She willed the remainder of her estate to be divided equally by her other seven children: Michael, Darby, John and Patrick Fox. Also, Ellen Dolan alias Fox, Margaret McGinnis alias Fox and Bridget McMurray alias Fox. Her children had to contribute equally to pay all costs and debts due on the estate. She appointed her oldest son Michael as sole executor of her will. The will specified that the probate and every other Court are hereby prohibited from exacting security or in any other manner interfering with him in the performance of his duties.

Mary McGloin Fox added a codicil to her will. Her son Patrick Fox was to have six acres as part of his share in whatsoever part of the estate he wished to choose. The witnesses to the will were P. O'Docharty, Owen Gaffney and Robert Weir. Mary McGloin Fox signed her will with her mark as she could not write. Her will was written by a court clerk.


Soon after the arrival of the McGinnis and Gallagher families, Patrick Fox married Anne Gallagher, who was a sister of Catherine, wife Michael Fox. Two brothers had married two sisters. Patrick and Anne married on 25 August, 1852.

By the time that Mary McGloin Fox made her final will on 27 September, 1853, her sons Michael and John had died. Michael Fox died in 1853 during a yellow fever epidemic in Corpus Christi. Michael's daughter Martha and his brother John died either during 1852 or the first half of 1853. Mary McGloin Fox needed to rewrite her will as her son Michael was sole executor for the will of 1851. She also needed to provide for the children of her sons Michael and John in her new will.


Mary McGloin Fox appointed her daughter Bridget as executor for her will of 6 October, 1853. In her will she divided her estate into nine parts of equal value. She gave one ninth to each of her six living children Darby, Patrick, Ellen, Margaret, Mary and Bridget. She bequeathed to John, son of her deceased son Michael from his first marriage, one of the said nine parts except 40 acres which she bequeathed to Patrick, son of Michael from his second marriage to Catherine Gallagher. She bequeathed to Mary and Ellen, daughters of her deceased son John from his first marriage to Bridget McTieman, one half of another ninth part. She bequeathed the other half of the same ninth part to John, James and Catherine children of her deceased son John from his second marriage to Alice Gallagher.

Mary McGloin Fox directed that the remaining ninth part be reserved to pay her debts and funeral expenses. It was also for the support of her husband during the remainder of his life and to pay for his burial after death. She directed for the sale of the ninth part of her lands near San Patricio to pay for her debts and funeral expenses. She bequeathed any residue from the sale of these lands to her daughter Bridget, as it was her wish and desire that her daughter Bridget take to her own house her husband and Bridget's father and provide for all his wants . The witnesses to the will were John Ross and John Ryan. Mary McGloin Fox signed her will with her mark. Her will was recorded by A. McGloin, County Clerk of San Patricio county

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Mary McGloin Fox died in October, 1853 and was buried in the old cemetery on the hill in San Patricio. There is no headstone on her grave. Mary McGloin Fox died around the same time as the birth of her grand-daughter Ellen McMurray on 6 October, 1853.

With the sale of the lands near San Patricio, the Fox and McMurray families moved north to Echo in Live Oak county. Mary McGloin Fox’s husband John died on 4 February, 1854, age 95 years. The headstone over his grave indicates that he died in 1851 but this is incorrect as he was still alive on 27 September, 1853.


The family of Ellen Fox Dolan arrived in New Orleans on 27 February, 1854, on the ship named Guiding Star, which sailed from Liverpool, in England. Those who arrived were James Dolan, Ellen Fox Dolan, their children Michael, James, Margaret, Thomas, John, Patrick and Mary. Owen Sheeran, son of Polly and James Sheeran along with Michael Fox, son of Francis Fox, Brackarybeg, emigrated with the Dolan family. James Dolan died soon after arriving in New Orleans. These family members had to then travel to Texas.


After the death of Margaret McGloin, the probate court named Darby as executor of the will of her husband Patrick. On the same day that the Dolan's arrived in New Orleans, Darby Fox had to sign a bond for $3,500, as executor and administrator of the will of his uncle Patrick McGloin. Darby Fox signed his bond, dated 27 February, 1854, with his mark as he could not write. Darby Fox secured sureties from William O'Dacharty and Patrick O' Carroll, who had to sign the bond also. The bond was approved by the Chief Justice for the county of San Patricio, John Archer.


On 3 April, 1854, the County Court of San Patricio published an inventory of the estate of Mary McGloin Fox. It consisted of 2037½ acres of land, part of Patrick McGloin head-right situated in the county on the Nueces river; 118 acres of land situated in this county on the Atascosa river and being the upper part of John McGloin head-right; 960 acres of land located though not yet patented, it being one half of 1920 acres. Margaret McGloin owed $20 for services rendered.

Darby Fox was murdered by an unknown assailant and died on 18 April, 1854, aged 45 years. His murder was never solved. Darby must have known that his life was in danger, as he dictated a will in March of 1854. Another possibility was that Darby Fox was initially wounded and lived for some days prior to his death. During that limited time and knowing that death was imminent he directed to have his last will and testament recorded. In his will he directs that his brother Patrick "is to pay my debts and give me a good burial". Darby Fox bequeathed Mullies Chapel $20.00, Ballagh Chapel $10.00 and Father Pat Trainor, P.P. Killasnet, $50.00. He also bequeathed $20.00 to the first Catholic church that may be built in the vicinity. These contributions to the priests in Ballaghameehan and Killasnet may have included a request for prayers from a dying man.

The details of Darby Fox's will were as follows:

1 Mullies Chapel $20.00.

2 Ballagh Chapel $10.00.

3 Father Pat Trainor $50.00. Fr. Trainor only arrived in Mullies in 1852 and remained parish priest in Killasnet parish until his death on 22 January, 1867.

4 To my uncle Francis Fox $20.00. 5 To my brother Frank Fox $20.00. 6 Mrs. Cenbray $9.50.

7 Patrick Feely $10.00.

8 My brother John's children. $40.

9 My sister Nelly 3 cows and calves and 2 steers.

10 My sister's son Michael Dolan and my brother' s son Michael Fox one hundred acres of land each (this tract contains the old Gussettville cemetery) . They are to pay the debts of the same.

11 My sister Polly my house until such time as Mrs. Delmater shall settle with her or until such time as may be by the saying of any two men. And I leave my brother Patrick to attend to the settlement of the house also 3 cows and calves to my sister Polly.

12 My sister Margaret 3 cows and calves.

13 I will and bequeath to my sister Bridget 3 cows and calves. 14 My brother 's son Pat Fox $20.00.

15 John Fox 3 yearling heifers and 3 yearling steers, best horse that I own with the little cart that I got fixed.

16 Mrs. Nicholas $8.00 also a yearling heifer.

17 My brother Patrick Fox the remainder of my property. He is to pay my debts and give me a good burial. Also, $20.00 to the first church that may be built within the county of San Patricio from Corpus Christi bay unto the house of Mrs. Pugh and $10.00 to the clergy thereof. I also appoint my brother Patrick Fox as my executor to probate this my last will and testament.

And I do further order that it shall not be entered into any Court whatsoever after probation which I do forever debar.

Codicil

I require that Michael Dolan and Michael Fox give unto my sister Polly one acre and a half each out of their portion forever. I do hereby give notice that all former wills that has been made or pretended to be made heretofore by me is hereby rendered null and void forever.

The will was signed with the mark of Darby Fox as he could not write. It was witnessed by B. F. Macomber, William Sheppard, John Fox and Bernard Gallagher. Benjamin F. Macomber had to swear in the Probate Court of San Patricio County on 31 July, 1854, that he and the other witness were present and were witnesses to the signature of Darby Fox to his will. He also swore that Darby Fox was of sober mind and sound understanding at the time of executing his will.


After the death of her brother Darby, Bridget Fox McMurray had to sign a bond of $3,500, as executor and administrator of the will of her uncle Patrick McGloin, before the Chief Justice in the county of San Patricio. Bridget McMurray signed her bond, dated 24 April, 1854, with her mark as she could not write. Bridget McMurray secured sureties from William O'Dacharty and Patrick O' Carroll, who had to sign the bond also. The bond was recorded by A. McGloin, County Clerk of San Patricio county.


By the time of the 1860 census John Fox, his wife Mary McGloin Fox, their sons Michael and John had died. Michael Fox' s daughter Martha had died also. James Dolan had died soon after arriving in New Orleans. James Sheeran and his daughter Margaret had died. Margaret Sheeran had died at sea on the way to Texas.

Patrick Fox died at Gussettville, Live Oak County, Texas, on 15 February, 1869. He was 50 years of his age. He left a widow and five orphans. He was stabbed to death by his nephew Tom Dolan, son of Nellie Fox Dolan and James Dolan. They fought over the price of a steer. Tom Dolan was convicted of murder and put into jail. After serving some time in jail, he escaped and disappeared. Patrick Fox had not made a will. His widow Anne later moved to Ballinger, TX with their son John Fox and his wife Molly McGloin Fox (daughter of Matt & Bridget McGloin) and their children.

There is no proof that the name of Mary McGloin’s husband was Michael Fox. The only place that the name of Michael Fox appears is in the will of Patrick McGloin recorded in Victoria County Court on 31 December, 1844. In the 1850 census, there is nobody of the name of Michael Fox who fits the age and profile of the husband of Mary McGloin Fox. There is no death record for a Michael Fox who would have been born circa 1760.


One explanation could be that Patrick McGloin or the person transcribing his will made a mistake by inserting the name of Michael Fox as husband of Mary McGloin. Another explanation could be that Mary's husband, John Fox, may have been suffering from dementia for a number of years. He was almost 90 years old. Mary McGloin may have requested that her brother Patrick McGloin insert the name of her oldest son Michael in place of John into the will. This theory is supported by the fact that Michael Fox and his family sailed on the first boat of Fox’s heading to Texas. Mary Fox with her bachelor sons Darby and Patrick were next to sail. Mary's husband John Fox sailed with his daughter Biddy McMurray and her family on the third boat.

When Mary McGloin Fox made her final will in 1853, she provided for her daughter Biddy so as to care for her father. In the 1850 census we find John Fox along with his wife Mary, sons Darby, Patrick, John, his wife Alice and four children living in the county of San Patricio. John Fox is 90 years of age and his wife Mary is 75 years old. There is a headstone in the old Gussettville cemetery with the name of John Fox, his son Darby and grandchildren Mary and Patrick, children of Patrick Fox and Anne Gallagher, as well as son Patrick himself. Nowhere in these records can one find the name Michael. In “The Forgotten Colony”, author Rachel Bluntzer Hebert also alludes to the discrepancy surrounding the first name of Mary McGloin Fox’s husband; she too notes that he was listed as Michael in the will of Patrick McGloin but that according to family oral tradition his name was in fact John.


It is also clear from the 1850 census that Michael Fox was the oldest son of John and Mary McGloin Fox. Michael Fox, his wife Catherine Gallagher and four children were recorded in Nueces county. Also there were his brothers Darby and Patrick. Michael is seven years older than Darby.


It is clear that none of the older generation of Irish could read or write. Patrick McGloin and his wife Margaret McGowan McGloin signed their wills with their mark. Patrick's sister Mary McGloin Fox signed her wills with her mark. Mary's son Darby Fox signed his will with his mark. Mary's daughter Bridget Fox McMurray signed legal documents as executor to the will of her uncle Patrick McGloin with their mark. At this time, in Ireland, it was a common practice for families who were illiterate to get an educated person to read and transcribe letters for them. It could be an older student at the local school. It could be a teacher or even a priest.

List of Fox family members from northern county Leitrim, Ireland who emigrated to Texas between 1848 and 1854:


1 John Fox

2 Mary McGloin Fox

3 Michael Fox

4 John Fox

5 Martha Fox

6 Kate Gallagher Fox

7 Patrick Fox

8 Anne Fox

9 Ellen (Nellie) Fox Dolan

10 James Dolan

11 Michael Dolan

12 James Dolan

13 Margaret Dolan

14 Thomas Dolan

15 John Dolan

16 Patrick Dolan

17 Mary Dolan

18 Michael Fox

19 Margaret (Peggy) Fox McGinnis 20 Jame

21 Anne McGinnis

22 Margaret McGinnis

23 Mary McGinnis

24 Bridget McGinnis

25 Ellen McGinnis

26 Darby Fox

27 Bridget (Biddie) Fox McMurray

28 William McMurray

29 Margaret McMurray

30 Mary McMurray

31 James McMurray

32 Catherine McMurray

33 Patrick McMurray

34 Mary (Polly) Fox Sheeran

35 James Sheeran

36 Owen Sheeran

37 Mary Sheeran

38 Margaret Sheeran

39 Ellen Sheeran (moved to Mobile, Alabama)

40 Thomas Sheeran

41 Patrick Sheeran

42 John Fox

43 Mary Fox

44 Ellen Fox

45 Alice Gallagher Fox

46 Patrick Fox

47 Margaret Gallagher

48 James Gallagher.

49 Margaret Scanlan

50 Patrick Gallagher

51 Anne Gallagher

52 Bryan Gallagher

53 Francis Gallagher

54 Michael Gallagher

55 Thomas Gallagher

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