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My name is Emerson R. Thompson, Jr. I was born in Jacksonville, FL. I was born and raised there until I went to college in 1966.

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My name is Jerry Chicone and actually I've carried a junior on my name because my dad had the same name and I was born here in Orlando in the only hospital that was in Orange County and it was called Orange General Hospital. And it wasn't until the second World War that it was changed to Orange Memorial Hospital to honor the veterans. And in those days it was not on Orange Avenue.

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Oral history interview with Belvin Perry, Jr. at the Orlando Public Library on April 24, 2017.

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Oral history interview with Belvin Perry, Jr. at the Orlando Public Library on April 24, 2017.

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Oral history interview with Belvin Perry, Jr. at the Orlando Public Library on April 24, 2017.

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Oral history interview with Belvin Perry, Jr. at the Orlando Public Library on April 24, 2017.

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My name is Emerson R. Thompson, Jr. I was born in Jacksonville, FL. I was born and raised there until I went to college in 1966.

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My name is Jerry Chicone and actually I've carried a junior on my name because my dad had the same name and I was born here in Orlando in the only hospital that was in Orange County and it was called Orange General Hospital. And it wasn't until the second World War that it was changed to Orange Memorial Hospital to honor the veterans. And in those days it was not on Orange Avenue.

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VETERAN CIRCUIT JUDGE DIES AT 86 - ROGER A. BARKER WAS RESPECTED FOR HIS KINDNESS, SKILL AND ``EXTREME INTELLECT.''

THE ORLANDO SENTINEL - Wednesday, November 25, 1998. Author: Martin E. Comas of The Sentinel Staff

He called it simply ``the judgin' business.''
 

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For more than 22 years, Circuit Judge Roger A.  Barker demonstrated his keen skill for the law, hearing cases in the 9th Judicial Circuit.  ``He was a man of extreme intellect; he was what they call a judge's judge,'' said Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr., chief judge of the 9th Judicial Circuit. ``He was a man that was kind.