These are members of the
Enos family in Southern Victory.
Connie Enos Edit
George Enos Edit
George Enos Jr. Edit
George Enos Jr.
Leo Enos was a son of George Enos Jr. and Connie Enos. He was a grandson of George and Sylvia Enos and of Patrick and Margaret McGillicuddy. His brother was Stan Enos.
Mary Jane Enos Edit
Mary Jane Enos
Stan Enos Edit
Stan Enos was a son of George Enos Jr. and Connie Enos. He was a grandson of George and Sylvia Enos and of Patrick and Margaret McGillicuddy. His brother was Leo Enos.
Sylvia Enos Edit
Liz McGillicuddy Edit
Liz McGillicuddy (b. c. 1923) was the little sister of Connie Enos. In 1934, when Connie first brought her fiance George Enos Jr. and his family to meet hers, Liz' three brothers leered at George's sister Mary Jane. Liz could not understand why, apparently not having heard about the birds and the bees yet.
Margaret McGillicuddy Edit
Margaret McGillicuddy was a homemaker in Boston, Massachusetts. She was the mother of Connie Enos and the mother-in-law of George Enos Jr..
Patrick McGillicuddy Edit
Patrick McGillicuddy (b 1887) was a fisherman from Boston, Massachusetts. He was the father of Connie Enos and the father-in-law of George Enos Jr.
Other family members Edit
The three sons of Patrick and Margaret McGillicuddy are Connor, Larry, and Paul, briefly seen in
. The Center Cannot Hold