I am looking for any information regarding Fogarty's in South Carolina, who settled in Charleston in the mid-1800's.What information I have is listed below.Also, my grandfather and his brother (James and Simon Fogarty) were founders of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at the College of Charleston in 1904 (see http://www.pikapp.org/info.htmhttp://www.pikapp.org/info.htm for the history).Any help is greatly appreciated!
John Fogarty married Anastasia Hogan in Ireland about 1830, and had 8 children. John died about 1845 or 1846, and Anastasia came to the US, eventually settling in Charleston with her her 6 surviving children: Philip (b.1832, d.1900), Julia (b.1837, d.1909), Catherine(b.1839, d.1911), Elizabeth (b.1839, d.19?), Annie (b.1840, d.?), and Simon (b.1842, d.1914).
- Philip Fogarty married Catherine Hogan (b.1839, d.1888), and their daughter Mary Fogarty (b.1861, d.1934) married Peter Murphy (b.1851, d.1896).
- Catherine Fogarty married Denny Mahar or Maher.
- Elizabeth Fogarty married John Butler (b.?, d.1866), and their daughter Ella Butler married John Purcell.
- Annie Fogarty married W. Quayle, had son Harry Quayle.
- Simon Fogarty(my g-grandfather) married Margaretta Wall (b.1857, d.1892) in 1878, and had 6 children who survived childhood: John Patrick (b.1879, d.1942), Philip (b.1880, d.1959),Katherine (b.1882, d.1947), Simon (b.1887, d.1966), James (b.1889,d.1966), and William(b.1890, d.1925).
- Philip married Betty Botts. - Katherine married T.W. Reynolds - Simon married Minnie Reid - James (my grandfather) married Dorothy Charles.
Any information on any of these or their descendants is greatly appreciated. Thanks!