Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
NameAlfred FOX, 1254
FatherRobert Were FOX , 5138 (1754-1818)
MotherElizabeth TREGELLES , 5144 (1768-1848)
ChildrenLucy Ann , 1253 (1841-1934)
 Alfred Lloyd , 5155 (1829-1885)
 Theodore , 5157 (1831-1899)
 Rachel Elizbebeth , 5159 (1833-1923)
 Sarah Charlotte , 5160 (1834-)
 Mary , 5655 (1835-1892)
 Howard , 5162 (1836-1922)
 Helena Maria , 5163 (1838-1928)
 Charles William , 5164 (1843-1866)
 George Henry , 5170 (1845-1931)
 Wilson Lloyd , 5171 (1847-1936)
Notes for Alfred FOX
From Wikipedia

Alfred Fox, (9 September 1794 – 20 May 1874)[1] of Falmouth, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, was owner and developer of Glendurgan Garden, now a National Trust property. He was a member of the Quaker Fox family of Falmouth.

Business interests

He ran the fishing and pilchard-salting and export part of the diversified Fox family business. He was also involved in the firm’s other activities:
Shipbroking at Falmouth
Iron Founding at Perranarworthal
Falmouth Docks: In 1859, he was elected as Chairman of the Directors of the Company authorised by Parliament to improve Falmouth Docks and in 1861, he was Chairman of the Falmouth Docks company board, when it issued 144,700 shares.
Mining and smelting tin and copper, in Cornwall and South Wales, at Neath Abbey.
He was Vice Consul of the U.S.A. in Falmouth, 1858–65 and Consul in Falmouth, 1863-74.[5] He acted as Consul in Falmouth for Belgium and Vice-Consul for Russia, Italy, Austria, Denmark, Hanover, Mecklenburgh, the Hanse Towns, Greece, Brazil, the Argentine and Mexico.]
Scientific interests

Alfred Fox, his cousin, George Croker Fox (1784–1850) and brother, Robert Were Fox FRS, assembled excellent collections of minerals, which are now in the British Museum (Natural History), given by Arthur Russell.


Parents, brothers and sisters
He was the fourth son of Robert Were Fox (1754–1818) and his wife, Elizabeth Tregelles (1768–1849). He had ten siblings (for more information on Fox Family genealogy see: Fox family of Falmouth).
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