The Fresno Bee, 7 Aug 1942, Pg11
dit thesL the increases the in the insteac week t h e t allowed e n under em- Fighting Ship Will Be After Kin Of Fresno Family Secretory or Navy Frank Knox lias ordered a destroyer or vessel to lie named for the late Hear Admiral Cnrl Theodore sanft, the first native California!! to nttnin that rank. The officer was an uncle o[ Margaret Vogelsang, an employe, Fresno Bee Station KMJ. Miss Vogelsang, along with other ot the family, adopted Ihe simpler spelling oi the old family HONORED Rear Admiral Carl T. Voc/elr/esanr/ Medical Men Who Vogelgesang was the brother o the Inte Edward D. Vogelsang, Fresno rancher and Miss Vogel sang's lather. 'The brothers wen natives ot Calavcras County and wore sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogelsang, who come to California in-1852. -; Graduate Of Acadcin.v The naval officer was graduntcr from the United States Navn Academy at Annapolis in 1890. KIIW active service during the ish-American War and during th first. World War commanded Ih U. S. S. DCS Moinos, later scrvin ni llm naval wm* rollpcp. He was .appointed chief; ot stall of the Asiatic fleet In 1917, nnrl 1018 wns ut Ihe hcnri of a nnval mission lo South America. He promoted to the rank of rear admiral in 1922 and commanded the scouting fieri. In 1926. He died riiury 15, 1927. Brother Lived Hern Edward Vogelsang settled in ~rosno Counly when he wns 2*1. bulk a grain warehouse in Huron in 1888 and moved lo Fresno in 1399. He served as deputy sheriff 'or eight yenrs. A f t e r 1907 devoted his time tn grain farming he West. Side. Vogelsang was married to tha nl.e Eleanor Toomey, a nai ive, Snn Joaquin County. He died In 1931. Vogelgesanp wns the brother of Miss Dorothy Vogelsang, Miss ma Vostlsaim and Mrs. A FJeciuci of San Francisco nnd Mr: Fred A. Eek.strom of Stockton.