Connie Enos
Fictional Character
Southern Victory
POD: September 10, 1862
Appearance(s): The Center Cannot Hold
In at the Death
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: United States
Date of Birth: 1910s
Occupation: Housewife
Parents: Patrick and Margaret McGillicuddy
Spouse: George Enos, Jr.
Children: Leo, Stan
Relatives: George and Sylvia Enos (parents-in-law)

Constance "Connie" Enos, neé McGillicuddy was the wife of George Enos, Jr.. She was a Catholic and pressured George to convert. Her parents were Patrick and Margaret McGillicuddy. She lived in Boston, Massachusetts with her and George's two sons, Stan and Leo.

At the end of the Second Great War, Connie contacted Joseph P. Kennedy, a former political ally of her late mother-in-law, and convinced him to secure George's discharge from the Navy.

Literary commentEdit

The character's maiden name Connie McGillicuddy recalls historical baseball legend Cornelius McGillicuddy aka Connie Mack. As Harry Turtledove often works baseball history minutiae into his writings, this is probably an inside joke.