Family Tree 20220321 (privacy filtered) - Person Sheet
Family Tree 20220321 (privacy filtered) - Person Sheet
NamePatrick Thomas Fogarty
Birth16 Feb 1890, Whitman, Massachusetts566,74,357,567
Residence8 Jun 1900, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA61,334
Residence19 Apr 1910, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA40
Residence1912, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA1058
Residence5 Jun 1917, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA74
Military Service16 Apr 1918, Hoboken, NJ1091
Memodepart for France aboard Czaritza
Residence7 Jan 1920, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA13
Residence1922, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA491
Residence1926, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA385
Residence15 Apr 1930, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA10
Residence1932, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA
Memoshoe worker
Residence1937, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA1092
Memoshow Battery Service from 18 Temple Street.
Residence1 May 1940, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA529
Residence1942, 20 Elm Place, Whitman, MA566
Death28 Oct 1959, Whitman, Massachusetts580
BurialSt. James Cemetery, Whitman, Mass101
OccupationFactory worker- Regal Shoe Co.
OccupationShoe Worker: Commonwealth Shoe and Leather Co., Whitman, Mass. during WW I74
OccupationService batteries for radio1092
EducationWhitman H.S.
ReligionRoman Catholic
FatherWilliam H. Fogarty (1853-1928)
MotherAlice R. Lyons (1862-1947)
Notes for Patrick Thomas Fogarty
U.S. Army 5th Division 1917-1918. Friday night card game with army buddies (Dan Barry of Rockland and Jim Kelly of Hingham) and Manus Getchell until ‘50s.

known as Thomas

would never eat hamburger after returning from France.
Military notes for Patrick Thomas Fogarty
The 61st Regiment was constituted in the Regular Army on May 15, 1917, as Company A, 61st Infantry, and organized at Gettysburg National Park, Pa., on June 10, 1917. On Nov. 17, 1917, the 61st Infantry was assigned to the 5th Division. With the 5th Division, the unit received its first taste of combat.

The regiment deployed to Europe during World War I, where it was awarded four battle streamers for its gallant participation in the bloody campaigns of Saint Mihiel, Meuse- Argonne, Alsace and Lorraine in 1918.

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