FOX, NORMAN: Baptist; b. at Glens Falls, New York, Feb. 13, 1836; d. in New York City June 23, 1907. He was graduated at the University of Rochester in 1855 and Rochester Theological Seminary in 1857. He was pastor of the Baptist church at Whitehall, N. Y., 1859-62, and chaplain of the Seventy-Seventh New York Volunteers, Army of the Potomac, 1862-64. In 1868-69 he edited the Central Baptist (St. Louis, Mo.), and from 1869 to 1874 was professor in the school of theology in William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. After 1874 he was engaged in literary and religious work, being temporary editor of The National Baptist in 1881, assistant editor of The Independent in 1884-85, and editor of the Colloquium (New York) in 1889-90. He wrote A Layman's Ministry (New York, 1883); Preacher and Teacher: A Life of Thomas Rambaut, LL.D. (1892); and Christ in the Daily Meal (1898).