Born on 7 November 1863 in Nottingham, Frederick Isaac Fox was a right-hand batsman who played for several years for Forest Amateurs. He was educated at Nottingham High School and made two appearances for Notts in First-Class cricket. Firstly at the Oval on 4, 5 and 6 August 1890, scoring 2 not out and 23 against Surrey and then the following match at Trent Bridge v Yorkshire, when he scored 5 and 4 not out. He did not bowl. In May 1891 he played for Notts Seconds v Surrey Seconds at the Oval when he scored 17.

Fox was Incorporated Accountant who went on to become Treasurer to the Nottingham City Council in 1919. Originally living in Beeston, he went to live in The Park, Nottingham. He retired to set up residence in Beltinge near Herne Bay, Kent. He died there, aged 71 years on 21 August 1935 and was buried in Hillborough Churchyard, Herne Bay, overlooking the sea.

June 2020

Nottinghamshire First-Class Number: 214

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