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By Tom Bosse, December 26, 2016
David Glasgow Farragut Marker
Maine (York County), Portsmouth Naval Shipyard — David Glasgow Farragut
Died in This House August 14, 1870 David Glasgow Farragut Admiral in the United States Navy Faithful and Fearless — Map (db m22180) HM
New York (Bronx County), Bronx — David Glasgow Farragut
Erected by his wife and son to the memory of David Glasgow Farragut First Admiral in the United States Navy Born July 5, 1801 Died August 14, 1870 --------------- — Map (db m40012) HM
Tennessee (Knox County), Farragut — Birthplace of Admiral Farragut
Birthplace of Admiral Farragut Born July 5th 1801 Erected by Bonny Kate Chapter D. A. R. Knoxville Dedicated by Admiral Dewey May 15th 1900 — Map (db m32218) HM
Tennessee (Knox County), Farragut — 1E 97 — David Glasgow Farragut 1801-1870
A native of Stony Point (Low's Ferry) David Farragut moved to New Orleans at the age of three. At the age of ten, he began a career with the U.S. Navy; ca. 1827, pioneered a school for seamen; 1841, improved hoisting machinery for ammunition; . . . — Map (db m28513) HM

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