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Meaning: A name taken from the cunning animal, "Mac a'tSionnaigh" (son of the Fox)

Origins: England and Ireland

Fox or Foxe or Foxx is a surname originating in England and Ireland. The derivation is from the Middle English "fox", itself coming from the Olde English pre 7th Century "fox". The surname first appears on record in the latter part of the 13th Century, with the first recorded spelling in 1273 to be that of John Fox in the "Hundred Rolls of Yorkshire", England. In Ireland, Fox is mainly an Anglicised form of the Old Gaelic "Mac a'tSionnaigh" (son of the Fox). Some families with the name: * Fox family of Falmouth (19th century), an influential family in that Cornwall, UK, town * Fox sisters (19th century), American sisters credited as the creators of Spiritualism * Robin Fox family of English actors, including Edward, James, Emilia, Laurence and Lydia Fox Some individuals with the surname: * Aaron Fox (contemporary), American musicologist * Allen Fox (born 1939), American tennis player, coach, and author * Anna Maria Fox (1816–1897), English cultural promoter in Falmouth, Cornwall * Anne-Marie Fox (born 1962), American model and actress, Playboy Playmate * Annie Fox (author) (contemporary), American author * Ashley Fox, English Conservative MEP, elected 2009 * Barclay Fox (1815–1855), English diarist * Bernard Fox (actor) (born 1927), Welsh actor * Bernard Fox (Irish republican), hunger striker * Billy Fox (boxer), American boxer * Black Fox (died 1811), Cherokee chief * Brian Fox (contemporary), software programmer * Chad Fox (born 1970), American baseball player * Sir Charles Douglas Fox (1840–1921), British civil engineer * Charles James Fox (1749–1806), British politician * Charles Masson Fox (1866–1935), Cornish businessman and chess-player * Charles Richard Fox (1796–1873), illegitimate son of Henry Richard Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland * Charley Fox (1920–2008), Royal Canadian Air Force officer in World War II * Charles Fox (civil and railway engineer) (Sir Charles Fox), English civil engineer * Chloe Fox (born 1971), Australian politician * Christopher Fox (composer) (born 1955), British composer * Claire Fox, a British political writer * Colin Fox (born 1938), Canadian actor * Colin Fox (born 1959), Scottish politician * Cyril Fred Fox (1882–1967), English archaeologist * David Fox (disambiguation), various people with this name * Deryck Fox, British rugby league footballer and coach * Dixon Ryan Fox, (1887–1945), American educator and researcher * E. Phillips Fox, Australian painter * Edward Fox (actor) (born 1937), English actor * Edward Fox (author) (born 1958), American author * Edward Fox (bishop) (1496–1538), English churchman, Bishop of Hereford * Emilia Fox (born 1974), English actress, daughter of actor Edward Fox * Emmet Fox (1886–1951), Irish spiritual leader of the early 20th Century * Everett Fox (contemporary), American scholar and translator of the Hebrew Bible * Fanne Foxe (born 1936), Argentinian-born stripper involved in a 1974 sex scandal with Wilbur Mills * Fiona Fox (UK press officer) (1964–), director of the UK Science Media Centre * Francis Fox - several persons see Francis Fox (disambiguation) * Galen Fox (born 1943), Hawaii politician and convicted sex offender * Gardner Fox (1911–1986), American writer * Gary Fox (born 1943), Canadian politician from Ontario * Geoff Fox (footballer) (1925–1994), English footballer * George Fox (1624–1691), English Dissenter and the founder of the Religious Society of Friends * George Fox (musician), Canadian country music singer * Gill Fox (1919–2004), American cartoonist, and animator * Greg Fox (Author) (contemporary), American author and cartoonist * Gustavus Fox (1821–1883), American naval officer in the Civil War * Hannah Fox (born 1969), American boxer * Hayden Foxe (born 1977), Australian football player * Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland (1705–1774), English nobleman and statesman * Henry Richard Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland (1773–1840), English nobleman and politician * Huckleberry Fox (born 1974), American actor, appeared in Terms of Endearment * Hugo Fox (1897–1969), American bassoonist * James Fox (born 1939), English actor * James Fox (engineer) (1780–1830), English machine tool maker * James Fox (singer) (born 1976), Welsh musician and songwriter * John Fox (statistician) (born 1946), British statistician * John Fox (NFL) (born 1955), American football coach * John Foxe (1516–1587), English author * Jorja Fox (born 1968), American actress * Joseph John Fox (1855–1915), American Roman Catholic bishop * Josiah Fox (1763–1847), Cornish-American naval architect * Judy Fox (born 1957), an American sculptor * Kate Fox, British social anthropologist * Kerry Fox (born 1966), New Zealand actress * Laurence Fox (born 1978), English actor, son of actor James Fox * Dr. Levi Fox (1914–2006), Director of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, England * Liam Fox (born 1961), British politician from Woodspring * Lindsay Fox (contemporary), Australian businessman * Lucas Fox (contemporary), British heavy metal musician * Lydia Fox, English actress, daughter of actor James Fox * Marcus Fox (1927–2002), British politician from Shipley * Martha Lane Fox (born 1973), British businesswoman * Marye Anne Fox (born 1947), American chemist and university administrator * Matthew Fox (actor) (born 1966), American actor * Matthew Fox (priest) (contemporary), American priest and theologian * Megan Fox (born 1986), American actress * Mem Fox (born 1946), Australian writer of children's books * Michael J. Fox (born 1961), Canadian-American actor * Morgan Fox (born 1970), Canadian model and actress, Playboy Playmate * Myles C. Fox (1918–1942), United States Marine Corps officer and Navy Cross recipient * Nathan Fox, English fooballer * Neil Fox (various) ** Neil Fox (media personality), English radio and television presenter ** Neil Fox (rugby league), English rugby league footballer * Nellie Fox (1927–1975), American baseball player * Oscar Fox (1889–1947), English footballer * Oscar Fox (1921–1990), English footballer; son of the above * Oz Fox Christian metal musician * Paul Fox (disambiguation), various people with this name ** Paul Fox (actor) (born 1979), British actor ** Paul Fox (musician) (1951–2007), British musician ** Paul Fox (producer), American record producer * Peter Fox (disambiguation), various people with this name * Philip Fox (actor) (living), English film and television actor * Ralph Fox (20th century), American mathematician * Redd Foxx, American comedian * Richard Fox (canoer) (born 1960), British kayaking champion * Richard Foxe (Prince Bishop) (1448–1528), English churchman, founder of Corpus Christi College, Oxford * Richard Edwin Fox (d.2003), American criminal * Rick Fox (born 1969), Canadian basketball player and actor * Rik Fox (contemporary), Polish-American musician * Robert Fox (disambiguation), various people with this name * Robin Fox (born 1934), anthropologist * Robin Fox, father of actors Edward Fox and James Fox; see Robin Fox family * Ruel Fox (born 1968), English football player * Samantha Fox (born 1966), British glamour model and singer * Samantha Fox (porn star) (born 1951) American adult actress * Shayna Fox (born 1984), American voice actress * Sidney Fox (1910–1942), American actress * Sidney W. Fox (1912–1998), American biochemist * Spencer Fox (contemporary), voice actor * Stanley Fox (1906–1984), Canadian politician from Manitoba * Stanley H. Fox (contemporary), American politician from North Carolina * Stephen Fox (1627–1716), English politician from Wiltshire * Stephen Fox (author/educator), US professor emeritus at Humboldt State University * Steve Fox (musician), Canadian country-music singer/songwriter * Terry Fox (1958–1981), Canadian athlete and cancer treatment activist * Tiger Jack Fox (1907–1954), American boxer * Tim Fox (contemporary), American football player * Tom Fox (activist) (1951–2006), Quaker peacemaker executed by insurgents in Iraq * Ty Fox (contemporary), American pornographic actor * Uffa Fox (1898–1972), English boat designer and sailing enthusiast * Vicente Fox (born 1942), former President of Mexico * Virgil Fox (1912–1980), American organist * Vivica A. Fox (born 1964), American actress * Wade Fox (1920–1964), American zoologist and herpetologist * Wesley L. Fox (born 1931), American US Marine, awarded the Medal of Honor * Wilfrid Fox (1875–1962), British dermatologist and horticulturist * William J. Fallon (born 1944), nicknamed 'Fox', American admiral, former Commander of the U.S. Central Command * William Fox (New Zealand) (1812–1893), New Zealand politician, Premier of New Zealand * William Fox (producer) (1879–1952), founder of Fox Film Corporation * William Darwin Fox (1805–1880), English clergyman, naturalist, and cousin of Charles Darwin * William Johnson Fox (1786–1864), English religious and political orator

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