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Re: Foglesong and Whetzel
Posted by: MK Burgess (ID *****2801) Date: July 27, 2008 at 11:13:18
In Reply to: Foglesong and Whetzel by Shaun Carson of 240

Charles William Foglesong was b. 14 Oct 1868 in Milton, Van Buren, IA. He died 5 Feb 1951 in Jennings Lodge, Clackamas, OR. He was buried 7 Feb 1951 in Mt. View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas, OR. He married Julia Whetzel on 23 November 1892 in Oswego, Labette, KS. She was b. 24 March 1876 in Labette, Labette, Kansas, she d. 26 Jul 1947 in Jennings Lodge, bur. 29 Jul 1947 in Mt. View Cemetery. They made the run for land in the opening of the Cherokee Strip and took up homestead in Oklahoma, living there 25 years., moving to Oregon in 1919. They had 8 children:
Mary Margaret b.3 Jan 1894 d.26 Jul 1894
Otis George b.30 Jun 1896 d. 31 Jan 1973
Arthur William b.2 Apr 1899 d. 18 Nov 1950
Sylvia Lee b. 29 Nov 1901 d. 21 Apr 1973
Goldie Cecil b. 22 Mar 1906 d. 12 Aug 1967
Opal Pearl b. 3 May 1911 d. 30 Mar 1996
Cleo Charles b. 9 Dec 1914 d. 7 Mar 2000
Ruba Mae b. 21 Aug 1917 still living

Charles wrote an autobiography the early part of his life which is quite entertaining and informational.

Charles par. are Andrew Jackson Foglesong and Margaret Pollock
Julia's par. are William Whetzel and Mary Angeline Carson

Have more info on this family and related ancestors and descendants. Foglesong Family Picnic is the 1st Sunday in August every year in Mulino, Oregon.

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