My great-grandmother was Louise Gordinier, from Canojaharie, who married Henry Fox, a merchant tailor. They lived in Albion and are buried in Albion Cemetery. Could she have been Cornelius's daughter? Here is more about Henry Fox:
Henry W. Fox was a native of Prussia, born October 20, 1840, and was the son of Julius Fox. The family came to America in 1852 and located at Canajoharie, where the father was a merchant tailor. Henry learned the same trade with his father and worked with him for a time, but in 1863 came to Albion and was for three years employed as a cutter. In 1866 he went into business with Simon Adler, the firm then being Simon Adler & Co. In 1872 William B. Dye became a partner, and the firm changed to Adler, Dye & Co. In 1883 the present firm of Dye & Fox was formed. On January 22, 1866, Mr. Fox married Louise Gardinier. They have two children, Harry W. and Helen A. Mr. Fox has been a successful business man. In politics he is a strong Democrat yet has no political aspirations.