US Newspaper Articles VIII

Brooklyn, NY – 1939                                                                                                                         In a newspaper obituary for Michael J. Fogarty of 719 57th St who died 20 June, a Patrick Buggy is listed as a brother-in-law. No details are given about Patrick’s wife, Michael’s sister. Michael’s wife was Elizabeth Fogarty who was already deceased by this time. His children Edna and James are also listed.[1]

Manhattan, NY – 1934                                                                                                  Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Marjorie Elizabeth Buggy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Buggy of 788 Riverside Drive, to William Richardson Meagher, son of Mrs. Martin J. Meagher, of this city. Miss Buggy was graduated from the Barnard School for Girls and from Marymount College. Mr. Meagher was graduated from Fordham University in 1924, and three years later from the Fordham Law School where he is now a member of the faculty. He is with the firm Hunt, Hill and Betts. The wedding will take place in June.[2]

Manhattan, NYC – 1898                                                                                                                   A list of plans filed for alteration contains the entry: 11th St, n s, 240ft east of 4th Av, 16.8×100.11; John Buggy to Mary Buggy, Gift.[3]

Brooklyn, NY – 1898                                                                                                                     List of officers and men of the fourteenth regiment of Brooklyn who will go to Chickamauga National Military park to train for the Spanish American War. Company F, Private John Buggy.[4]

You can read other posts containing examples found in American newspapers at US Newspaper Articles VII, US Newspaper Articles VI, US Newspaper Articles V, US Newspaper Articles IV, US Newspaper Articles III, US Newspaper Articles II and US Newspaper Articles I.


[1] Author Unknown, Deaths in The New York Times, 23 June 1939, p.34; Proquest Historical Newspapers http://www.proquest.com  accessed 26 June 2012

[2] Author Unknown, Other Engagements in The New York Times, 1 January 1933, p.12; Proquest Historical Newspapers http://www.proquest.com  accessed 26 June 2012

[3] Author Unknown, The Building Department in The New York Times, 28 December 1898, p.10; Proquest Historical Newspapers http://www.proquest.com  accessed 26 June 2012

[4] Author Unknown, Roster of Fourteenth in The New York Times, 19 May 1898, p.6; Proquest Historical Newspapers http://www.proquest.com  accessed 26 June 2012

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