|John Fogarty Jr. (#46960260)|
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An investigative journalist involved in history and genealogy, with a particular interest relating to gravesites of the famous and not-so-famous.|
For anyone wanting to work with or needing information regarding burials in Fogartyville Cemetery, FL:
I have photographed the entire northern half and extreme eastern side. All photos taken by me have now been posted. At the present time, various biographical and relationship data are being added sporadically. Contributor Mary Rose is responsible for most photos and postings involving the southern half of this cemetery, as well as for supplying updated or clearer photos of particular sites originally photographed by me.
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|David Morris||Hortons in Fogartyville|
Thank you for taking the photos of my Horton ancestors. The photo of Lucille was the first time I learned she was buried in Bradenton. thank you again for your volunteer work.
|Ms. Clyde||Emily Jarvela|
Your memorial for Emily is 29334926
Here's her obit, if you want to add some/all:
Emily L. Brown Jarvela, 85, Bradenton Beach, and formerly of Cortez, died Oct. 11, 2003, at Largo Medical Center. She was born Dec. 26, 1917, in Providence, RI, and came to Cortez in 1934 from Greystone, RI, and then to Bradenton Beach in 1951.
She retired in 1983 from Moore's Stone Crab Restaurant on Longboat Key and had been a waitress and cook at the Oyster House, Lindsey Drug Store, Harbor House and Gulf Terrace Restaurant, all on Bradenton Beach. She was Episcopalian.
Survivors include daughters Bette Hug of Seminole and Valerie Yates of Live Oak; a son, Chuck Brown of Bradenton; 15 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 5-8pm today at Brown and Sons Funeral Home, 43rd St. Chapel. A service will be at 11am Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Fogartyville Cemetery. Published in Herald Tribune on Oct. 13, 2003.
|L.L. Scott||Fogarty & Bear|
I have made a connection in our families in the Fogartyville cemetery. Do you know if Dorothy Ruth is buried in Florida National Cemetery with Debert Miller?
|Jen||Thanks for your time and effort|
Thank you for the all the memorials (complete with photos) that you have carefully and thoughtfully created.
It's volunteers like you that make this world a nicer place!
Added by Jen on Oct 18, 2013 3:22 PM
|Jen||Ollie Zipperer Fogarty|
Thanks for making the links and update!
Added by Jen on Oct 13, 2013 5:34 PM
|Anthony Whittley||James & Minnie Brooks|
Thanks for transferring care of their memorials to me.
|Vero DiSpirito||Fogartyville Cemetery|
I was writing in to see if you happen to have a map of Fogartyville Cemetery. Specifically in PDF format that you would be willing to email me. I thought I'd try through initially as my hours would make it difficult to pick up a copy at the cemetery during their business hours.
If your able to help I'd certain appreciate it.
Thank you in advance for any help you might be able to provide.
|Aiden Bean||Thank you|
Thank you for photographing my Great Grandpa Harry Maynard Bean's Grave Marker. I didn't know he was in World War I but thanks to your photo I know now. Which makes sense because my Grandpa Allen Bean (Harry's son) was also in the Army, he was a CID in the Army. I've been doing my family research & history. According to Ancestry.com it said that my Grandpa Harry Bean was born on July 26 1884 but the photo you took says a different date. The death date I have on my family tree for my Grandpa Harry is correct though. Thanks for taking the photo.
|Terre Parrish||Grandpa Odor|
Thank you for finding my Grandfather's grave marker.