Charles Grover Burgoyne, Businessman (1847–1916) After fighting for the Union Army in the Civil War at age 14, Charles Burgoyne made a fortune in the printing business. He moved to Daytona in 1894, and through his investments in the Halifax Yacht Club, public concerts at a bandstand he had built, and other ventures, Burgoyne was largely responsible for establishing Daytona as a popular residential and tourist destination. FLOR500, Garden 309
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Charles Grover Burgoyne, Businessman

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Charles Grover Burgoyne, Businessman

(18471916)

After fighting for the Union Army in the Civil War at age 14, Charles Burgoyne made a fortune in the printing business. He moved to Daytona in 1894, and through his investments in the Halifax Yacht Club, public concerts at a bandstand he had built, and other ventures, Burgoyne was largely responsible for establishing Daytona as a popular residential and tourist destination.





 




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