Home > Lloyd Family > Cyrus Sing Lloyd > Gladys (Lloyd) Foertner [Mrs. John Frederick Foertner]
Family Portrait: Goderich, Ontario (c. 1910)
For labeled version click here
submitted: by Dora (Lloyd) Matzen
Lloyd Siblings Santa Ana, CA in March, 1945
tp: Jack, Gladys (m. Foertner), Cyrus, Grace (m. Brodie)
bt: Dora Matzen, Alfred, Eleanor De Lue
submitted: by Dora (Lloyd) Matzen
Santa Ana, California in March, 1945
L-R in white: Alf, Jack, and Cyrus Lloyd
dark military shirt: Jim Brodie, Grace L. Brodie's husband
submitted: by Bruce and Jonni Lloyd
Medical Dept., USS Pennsylvania BB-38, 1945
L-R: Lt. Comdr. E. T. Forsley, Lt. R. E. Daft,
Lt. Comdr. J.F. Foertner, Lt. A.D. Sheeran, & Lt. Comdr. A.W. Grant
from: usspennsylvania.com see divisons page
Lt. Comdr. John Frederick Foertner, abt. 1945
Born: 1 Aug 1911, prob. NJ
Died: 4 May 1964, Lillian, AL
Married: Mt. Holyoke, NY; Gladys Adele Lloyd (11 Dec 1910-2 Dec 1970)
Rev. Frederic Elmer Foertner
Born: 07 Feb 1878, Hurley, NY
Died: 15 Mar 1928, Tarrytown, NY
Married: Esther Etta Atkins
California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957
Port of Arrival:
Port of Departure:
Gladys Adele (Lloyd) Foertner|
28 Aug 1940
Los Angeles, California
"The PENNSYLVANIA departed from Manus on February 22, 1945, stopped briefly at Majuro, stopped again at Pearl Harbor, and passed under the Golden Gate Bridge on the morning of March 15,1945. Then proceeded to Hunter's Point for dry-docking." (uss.pennsylvania.com)
Foertner, Gladys Lloyd, b. 12/11/1910, d. 12/02/1970, US Air Force, MSGT, Res: Denver, CO, Plot: 30 0 489, bur. 12/07/1970
Foertner, John Frederick, b. 08/01/1911, d. 04/30/1964, US Navy, CAPT, Res: Lillian, AL, Plot: 30 0 489, bur. 05/04/1964
Ulster County Cemeteries (pub. 1992) includes Hurley Cemetery, shows a Mabel Foertner and a Frederick Elme[r?] Foertner in the index [elsewhere we have Frederic Elmer Foertner].
History Morris County New Jersey, Volume II (Lewis Publishing Co.: 1914)
On October 9, 1912, twenty-five members of the first New York Volunteer Engineers’ Association and the veterans of the vicinity, together, together with their wives and families and other guests, gathered at the home of Abraham RYERSON, at Lincoln Park, to celebrate the thirty-second reunion of the association. The veterans were given a royal reception by Mr. RYERSON and the reunion was one of the most enjoyable from every standpoint that the association has had. Not only did the older people take the reunion as an excuse for a holiday, but the school children as well, for the Lincoln Park School was dismissed after the morning session in order that they might be present in the afternoon and hear the old soldiers talk about the war. Mr. RYERSON’s home was decorated in patriotic style with large American flags. Owing to the number of people the host was unable to accommodate his guests in the house, and a large tent was erected on the lawn, where the dinner and exercises were held. Exclusive of the school children there were over one hundred of the veterans and their friends present. After the meal had been served Mr. RYERSON gave the veterans a chance to talk and each speaker confined his remarks to a short space of time. Among the veterans who spoke were Comrades L. A. PIAGET, C. F. HOPKINS, H. H. TRENOR, Major PARSONS, Rev. Fred E. FOERTNER, of Pompton Plains, N. J., Mr. RYERSON and several others.
The photo listed as Lloyd Siblings was descibed to me by Dora as taken on the occasion of a gathering of the siblings when their mother Eleanor Gertrude (Watson) Lloyd died on March 03, 1945 in Santa Ana, Orange, CA. She was buried March 07, 1945 Fairhaven Cemetery, Santa Ana, CA; Crypt 8, Tier "C, " South Corridor, Fairhaven Mausoleum. It was a little unclear whether all made it in time for the funeral but we had dated the photo as about March of 1945. Dora remembers it as a good reunion. Alfred's son Bruce identifies the man in the military uniform as Jim Brodie, Grace Lloyd's husband. J. F. Foertner, Gladys Lloyd's husband and is in military uniform. Since his ship the USS Pennsylvania was at Hunter's Point for dry-docking about March 15, 1945, John may have been there too.
New York Times 14 Jul 1973
New York Times 11 May 1983
Foertner, Frederic Elmer. b. Hurley, NY, Feb 7, 1878. s of John. AB, RutgersC, 1902; NBTS 1905. Lic & Ord Cl Kingston, 1905. Pas. Rochester, Accord, NY, 1905-10; Pompton Plains, NJ 1910-24; missy, Cl Westchester, 1924-28. d. Tarrytown, NY, Mar 15, 1928.
The Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America, No. 37. Historical Directory of the Reformed Church in America, 1628-2000. Russell L. Gasero. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. (2001) P137.
Rev. Fred E. Foertner, Pastor Reformed Chuch of Pompton Plains, N.J.
The Country Chuch. Young Men's Christian Association International Committee. NY: Association Press. (1912) P150.
FOERTNER, JOHN F. "The Relation of Drainage to Histological Evidence of Infection after Prostatectomy." The Yale Journal of Biology and Mecicine. P 219.
7066 Foertner, John Frederick, s Frederick E and Esther E (Atkins) b Pompton Plains NJ Aug I 1911. MD Yale 1935. Alpha Kappa Kappa, prep Butler (NJ) HS;
FOERTNER, JOHN F. "Biographical Record of the Graduates and Non-graduates, Centennial Edition." Amherst College, Amherst College Alumni Council. P 741.
One Hundred Year Biographical Directory of Mount Holyoke College, 1837-1937. Alumnae Association, Mount Holyoke College - 1937 - 713 pages. Page 18: 1900-06 Esther Etta Foertner Resident Chaperon Kellogg House 1928-29 North Rockefeller Hall.
Amherst Graduates' Quarterly - Page 420 1944 Great Lakes, Ill. His family is residing in Lake Forest, Ill. Jack Foertner is a Navy doctor in the Regular Navy with rank of lieutenant commander. ...
Petition for naturalizationGrace Adele (Lloyd) Foertner
Marshall Davies Lloyd
dedicated to Jim Harder