|Birth: ||Jul. 4, 1873|
|Death: ||Oct. 4, 1933|
Frederick Delmar "Fred" Gore and his brother William Edward "Ed" Gore were brickmasons who moved to Orlando from South Georgia in the early 1890s. They were in charge of the brick work for Orange County's new "Red Brick Courthouse" on the corner of Central Avenue and Main Street in Orlando. The courthouse was begun in 1892 and served until a new one was dedicated in October 1927.
Ed and Fred Gore established a cement block works on Boone Street in Orlando and were responsible for the first hexagonal black-and-white sidewalk pavers put down in 1909. These pavers are replicated today in the Church Street Station area.
Fred Gore worked in several other area businesses. In 1901 he married Annie May Chittenden Van Horn. They had no children.
Asa John Gore (1833 - 1888)
Elizabeth Fredonia Frith Gore (1842 - 1876)
Annie May Chittenden Van Horn Gore (1885 - 1973)*
William Edward "Ed" Gore (1864 - 1929)*
Alice Sheridan Gore Nicholson (1866 - 1937)*
Mary Florence Gore Boykin (1869 - 1902)*
Frederick Delmar "Fred" Gore (1873 - 1933)
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Record added: May 12, 2006
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We think of you, Uncle Fred — God's peace,|
Chanda and Will
Added: Oct. 25, 2006