|Bill, John, Mary Monica, Frank|
- John Edward - see a later post
- William Arthur (Bill) [1892-1935] Bill had an accounting degree from St. Thomas University. During WWI he served in Co B 31st Engineers as a private secretary to Colonel Mears, serving in Alaska, Russia and France. Bill married Jane L McNally in 1924. They moved to Washington state and had two daughters.
- Thomas Francis (Frank) [1893-1979] Frank in parnership with JB Simpson was vice-president and Manager of the main Arctic Fur Store on 3rd and Stewart in Seattle, WA. Frank married Theckla Peterson in 1918 in Seattle and they had three daughters. Theckla died in 1943 and he married Edith Sandstrom in 1944. Niece, Dolores English Young notes, "He had a small cabin on Puget Sound in the 1930's and later built his permanent home there in Edmonds WA. Frank loved his home and the surroundings, the flowers, shrubs, trees and gardens. He was a fun, outgoing person and loved to entertain. His hobbies were fishing and gardening, but he is remembered mainly for his salesmanship."
- Mary Monica [1895-1933] Mary Monica married Phillip Francis Carroll at St. Patrick's Church in St. Paul on 6 Jun 1917. Mary Monica died in 1933 of pernicius anemia, leaving three children between the ages of 12 and 16.
- Mark Fedelis [1899-1950] Mark married Beatrice Hill and they had three children. Mark had his own produce trucking business. He would run up into Wisconsin with fruits and vegetables and he returned with eggs. He lived in the old English home on Litchfield Street in St. Paul. In 1934 the depression left Mark with a failing business, he declared bankrupcy and lost the home which had been quit deeded by his mother and siblings to him. Not wanting to see the home lost to the family, his sibling chipped in and got the home back. [See 101 Litchfield 105 Litchfield ]
- Cecelia Ann (Ceil) [1901-1992] Ceil worked as a secretary for Great Northern Railroad until about 1934. She followed Bill and Frank to Washington state and married Joseph H Barrett there in Sept of that year. Ceil and Joe had one son. She was a real estate broker.
- Leo Joseph (t) [1903-1971] A happy go lucky fellow who was loved by all, Leo lost both legs in a street car accident when he was a child. "We regret to hear that Leo English of St. Paul, had both feet cut off by a street car. The distressing accident occurred near his home. Mrs English was formerly Miss Anna Baier of this place. She has the sympathy of many friends."Daily Post and Record (Rochester MN) 31 May 1912 Leo followed his siblings to Washington where he was a furrier with the Arctic Fur Company. In 1931 he married Alma Hicks and they had three children.
- Loretta Josephine (t) (Laura) [1903-1993] Laura and Leo were twins. After the death of her sister Mary Monica, Laura married Phillip Carroll in 1936 in Seattle, WA. They added seven more children to the family, a total of ten. They lived in Saint Paul.
Laura with Niece Dode English at Lake Owasso
- Paul Patrick [1905-1955] Paul also moved to Seattle where he was a fur cutter with the Arctic Fur company. He married Katherine Stoltz in 1935 and they had one daughter. Paul served as a Pvt in WWII. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Tacoma WA.
- Baby [1907-1907]
- Edmund Anthony [1909-1969] Edmund was in Seattle in 1930 living with his mother who had moved there when so many of her family did. He also worked as a fur cutter for the artic fur company. He married Marion Bell and they had three sons.