This is not a name that I am researching but I can help you find the information you are looking for. The 1901 and 1911 Canadian Census are free and searchable at www.automatedgenealogy.com
I found Basil’s family on the 1911 as follows Fogarty EdwardMHeadMJan185952 Fogarty JohannaFWifeMJan187536 Fogarty HowardMSonSSep189516 Fogarty BasalMSonSJun189714 Fogarty LeoMSonSApr190011 Fogarty IreneFDaughterSAug19028 Fogarty MarthaFDaughterSAug19047 Fogarty MaryFDaughterSMar19056 Fogarty RobertMSonSSep19064 Fogarty ThomasMSonSMar19092 Fogarty CharlesMSonSJul191010mons
1911 Census-Guysborough Co., #11, Hazel Hill poll District page 5
If you visit the site you can see the actual record which gives a bit of added information. Edward is reported to be a fisherman and of Irish descent as are all the children. However Johanna is listed as French and speaks both French and English.
Nova Scotia Vital Stats can be found online at www.novascotiagenealogy.ca Its free and searchable. You may need to download a viewer program that is free onsite to see the actual record.
The Death Certificates of both Edward and Johanna are there as follows
Edward Fogarty Reg Year 1941, Book 188, page 335 Died March 11, 1941 in Hazel Hill of pneumonia Born Black Point, Nova Scotia, Jan 25, 1858 Occupation : fireman; type of industry: stationery engines (Census says fisherman-the old definition of “fireman” was basically the person who “fired” the engines. Probably he was an engineer on the fishing boats ) Father: Michael Fogarty born NS; Mother: Annie Delaney born NS Wife: Johanna Richard
Johanna Fogarty Reg Year 1944, book 188, page 842 Johanna died Aug 15, 1944 in Canso Death certificate lists her birthdate as Jan 6 1875 and birthplace as Charles Cove Her father is listed as Jeramiah Richard of Charles Cove. The informant is Effie Long, daughter
The 1881 Canadian Census is available free at the website below http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Search/frameset_search.asphttp://www.familysearch.org/eng/Search/frameset_search.asp In 1881 Edward is living with his parents Michel and Ann in Crow Harbour, Guysborough Co., District 8-B, page 17. Note that here Ann is listed as born in Newfoundland.
Michel FOGERTY MMaleIrish60Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Ann FOGERTY MFemaleIrish56NewfoundlandRoman Catholic Mathew FOGERTY MaleIrish30Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic John FOGERTY MaleIrish28Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Patrick FOGERTY MaleIrish25Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Peter FOGERTY MaleIrish23Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Edward FOGERTY MaleIrish22Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Michel FOGERTY MaleIrish18Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Larence FOGERTY MaleIrish16Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Joseph FOGERTY MaleIrish14Nova ScotiaFishermanRoman Catholic Thomas FOGERTY MaleIrish12Nova ScotiaRoman Catholic Elizabeth DAY FemaleIrish23Nova ScotiaServantRoman Catholic
Ann’s death certificate is also online on the NS Vital Stat site and confirms that she was born in Newfoundland. This is an older style death certificate and doesn’t give as much information as the newer ones.
Ann Fogarty died Hazel Hill Guysborough County Reg Year 1909, Book 7, page 41 #258 Died December 1, 1909 age 84 years 7 months, 16 days ,widow Born St. Johns Newfoundland Informant: Edward Fogarty
The 1891 Canada Census asks for the birthplace of the persons parents and Michael Fogarty reports both his father as being born in Ireland and his mother in Newfoundland. Ann states both her parents were born in Ireland.
This information should give you a good start in compiling a family history. The links I’ve included are all free sites and you should be able to find much more information to add to what is here.