James La Foucate was born 1630 in Great Yarmouth, England23, and died date unknown in Virginia23.He married Emaline "Em" Lambe on 08 Jun 1651 in Stepney, Middlesex County, England. Notes for James La Foucate: REFN: 1934 Name Suffix: ,Sr. Sources: Title: JMFUGATE.GED Repository: Title: Re ed..FTW Repository: Title: SALTER Repository:REFN: 11963 [3187741, alice whiteside.ged] _EMAF: 0 Name: James FUGATE ,Sex: MBirth: ABT 1630 In (Note) "Ffugeett /L a Foucate/Fugate" - Great Yarmo uth, ENGLAND, County of Norfolk. A Seaport & Hol iday Resort on the East Coas t on the North Sea.Death: In Virg inia Note: Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000Subj ect: Fugate FamilyThe FUGATE family were French Hugenots, thatfled from Fr ance to England and then later to America. Hugenots were FRENCH PROTESTANTS, members of the Calvinist church Or reformed church, County mmunion of France, who se liber ty of worship at first denied, was denied by Edic t of Nantes (1598) and aga withdrawn, when the edict was provoked (1685) byKin g Louis XIV. Hue gnot, means by night, so they worshipped by night, so not to be found out, to escape persecution, many French Huegnots then emigrated to Engla North Dakota a nd stay ed there, some others left England for the US. The Fugate line emigr ated to England and stayed there, some others later left England for America. T he Fugate line that married into the Ritchie line were French Hugenots that fle d to Great Yarmouth In the County of Norfolk In Englan d, a well known Seaport a North Dakota Famous Holiday resort on the East coast, on t he North Sea, the first Fu gate Emmigrant went to England and met his English wife there. Note by Susan Fahnstr om at email: [email protected] Fugate Family Newsletter, E ditor: Mar y D. FugateReference: Volume XIII, May 1991, No. 1 pg. 11 - Spel ling of Fugat e ?The Few-git pronounciation and subsequent spellings of tha t sound, are fou North Dako ta In Southern families. Even the Southern Fugates sayFew -git. But the famil ies of Pennsylvania who moved on into Ohio and In remained Fug ate a nd say it that Washington y. By the mid-1800`s the spellings were prettywell es tab lished, Fugetts of Ark ansas and Texas were the Fugates of Kentucky and Vi rginia. Some of the descenda nts of Castlewood John Fugate wrote his name as Fugit as did his sons. Castlewo od John Fugate came originally from King Ge orge County, Virginia where the spelling was c onsistently "Fugate". The poi nt is that these variations can all be traced back to people who were most often recorde d as "Fugate" and the various spellings c an all be found In diana references to th e same individual.FewgitFewwgittFeug uasFewgate FocattFoucateFo getFooketFoogetFouquetFugateFuguas Fugett Fugit,Fugitt,Fuggitt ,FuggettFfugetteFuguayFuquasFuquet Fuquays Alias: 0 More About James La Foucate: Date born 2: 1630 Occupation: Mariner. More About James La Foucate and Emaline "Em" Lambe: Marriage 1: 08 Jun 1651, Stepney, Middlesex County, England. Marriage 2: 08 Jun 1651 Marriage Notes for James La Foucate and Emaline "Em" Lambe: _UIDF65D2CEFA2087248A9675208D202B36D3098 Children of James La Foucate and Emaline "Em" Lambe are:
+Peter La Foucate, b. 1650, Normandy, France, d. 1699, Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland.