Note: obit from Helen obiturary of Martin Beverly Fugate Mr. Fugate was a Civil War veteran serving througout the duration of the war as Captain of the Cavalry of the 63 rd regiment of the Confederate Army. He was a loyal supporter of the Baptist faith. In 1872 they moved to Labette County, Kansas. He spent his entire life since coming from Kansas in and near Bartlett. He left the farm in 1895 moving to Bartlett where he has resided for 33 years and has made the enduring friendship incident of the life of our early pioneers, Besides his two daughters and one son who remain to mour his departure, he leaves 17 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildrens and a host of friends. Martin Beverley and Nancy (Horne) Fugate had the following Children: Benjamin Fugate Flora Lee Fugate married James Carrell Margaret Elizabeth Fugate Amata Fugate Dollie Fugate Nicholas H. Fugate. Born February 25, 1839 in Scott County, Virginia died March 22, 1929 and is buried in Lake Creek Cemetery, near Bartlett, Kansas, son of Benjamin Seymour and Elizabeth (Godsey) Fugate. Married Nancy C. Horne, Born Feb. 24, 1834and died Feb. 14, 1913, daughter of Nicholas and Nancy (Donahue) Horne Martin Beverley Fugate Lieutenant, Company E. 21 st Virginia Infantry (CSA) enlisted April 6, 1862 with commission , transferred on December 1, 1862. Captain, Company E. 64th Virginia Mounted Infantry (CSA) transferred from the 21st.
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