Peter was a possible carrier for the Hereditary methemoglobinemia that later manifested in so many of his descendants that moved to Kentucky.
(FFN in the references is “Fugate Family Newsletter” Available at the LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
1645 (or before) Peter Fookett is born. Peter Fookett is first recorded in a list of immigrants for whom George Goldsmith claimed headright for transportation. We can assign an age of at least 15 to Peter at this time, making him born by 1645. (FFN 19 pg 3)
” … There is ample evidence in the primary records of Baltimore County, Maryland that a man named Peter Fugate (by various spellings) lived there from about 1661 to 1702, that he had a wife named Frances, daughter of John and Ann (Posey) Mould, and that they had at least two children: John b. 1689 and Ann b. 1692. (FFN 19 pg 5)
Mike Lacopo writes: “If we assign a birth of 1670 to Frances (Mould) Fugate, how can we possible assume that James Fugate was born around 1676?” (Mike refers to the James Fugate whose age of “66” was stated in the “Three Lifetime Leases” in Baltimore County …” (FFN 10 pg 25) “… other children we have assumed to be Peter’s would also be too old to be children of Frances Mould. They would include Josias (c 1675 – 80) and Easther (by 1685). The children mentioned in St. George’s Parish Records, John (1689) and Ann (1682) would seem to be the only children that common sense would dictate would belong to a woman who was born c 1670.” (FFN 19, pg 69)
1661 Sept: a Peter Fookett is first recorded in a list of immigrants for who George Goldsmith claimed headright for transportation. We can assign an age of at least 15 to Peter at this time. Making him probably born 1645 or before. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1662: Peter La Foucate was transported to Maryland apparently of French origin. (“The Fugate Family of Russell County, Virginia” by Dr. David Faris, Published by Gateway Press, Baltimore, Maryland 1986. Page 3.)
The following from Ancestry.com:
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record
Name: Peter Fookett
Source Publication Code: 8510
Primary Immigrant: Fookett, Peter
Annotation: Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.
Source Bibliography: Skordas, Gust, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986. Page: 164
1673: Peter Fewcate obtained a survey for “Frenchman’s Plantation” at the head of Cathole Creek. (Barnes: “Maryland Rent Rolls”) (FFN 19 pg 3)
1675: Peter Fuckett granted “Frenchman’s Plantation.” (FFN 19 pg 3), … 100 ac. on Cathole Creek (FFN 20, pg 38)
1675 – 1685: Josias Fugate was probably born. Josias’ son “…Randolph is recorded in the Court Orders of Orange Co. in June 1738 as a witness, so was probably at least 18 years old then. A record in Orange County dated March 1749 states that Randolph had intermarried … ” (FFN 4 pg 4) “…we can safely give Randolph a birth date of no later than 1720. He was the fourth son, fourth or fifth child, of Josias, making Josias married by 1710 and born by 1690 but probably up to ten years earlier … All of this places Josias in the right age bracket to have been another of the sons of Peter. The parish records don’t start until 1690. (FFN 19 pg 25-26)
1676 (about): James Fugate, who was “age about 66″ in 1742 a three-lifetime-lease in Baltimore Co would have been born about this year. Peter would have been about 31 years old. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1678 (No date but recorded between cases dated 27 Sept 1678 and 1 Oct 1678): In the administration account of Samuell Boston, it is noted that tobacco was received from Peter Fucat. Skinner’s Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1674 – 1703 p 68 (FFN 16 pg 3 FFN 19 pg 3)
1680: Peter Fuckett granted “Peter’s Addition”. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1681: Bill to naturalize Peter Fucate passed in legislature. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1681 May 6: In administration account of Samuell Boston. Filed with the Prerogative Court on 6 May 1681 in Liber 7B, Folio 59. Noted is payment to Peter Fucat. Skinner’s Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1679-1686. (FFN 16, pg 3 & FFN 19 pg 3)
1685: Peter Fucatt received survey of “Peter’s Addition,” west side of Swan Creek. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1685 (about): Easther Fugat probably born by this year; marriage recorded in 1702, St George’s Parish, Baltimore Co. Peter would have been about 40 years old. (FFN 19 pg 3)
1686: Peter Fugate security for George Wells, administrator of estate of Lyman Docking. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1686 Oct 16: Peter Fucatt, planter, mortgages both his pieces of land … to John Walsston. He was at least 41 years old. (FFN 19 pg 4)
Peter’s wife was not included … we assume that in 1686 PETER HAD NO WIFE (FFN 19, pg 70)
1687: Peter Fuckett received certificate for 100 acres, “Peter’s Addition: in what is now Harford county, MD.” (FFN 19 pg 4)
1689: John Fucat, son of Peter Fucat and Francis (Mould) Fucat was born at the head of Musketa Creek, St George’s Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland. Peter would have been about 44 years old. (FFN 19 pg 4) Note: PETER IS NOW MARRIED TO FRANCES MOULD.
1690: Peter Fucket with wife Frances “of Bush River, Baltimore County” sold both parcels of land to Thomas Corde. He was at least 45 years old. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1692: Peter Fucatt on list of tithable, “North side of Gunpowder River” (FFN 19, pg 4)
1692: Ann Fucat, daughter was born at the head of Musketa Creek, St George’s Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland. Peter would have been about 47 years old. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1694: Peter Fucatt with wife Frances sells her share of her father John Mould’s land “Mould’s Success” to Edward Booth. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1694: Peter Fucatt on tax list, Baltimore County listed with Mr. Edward. Boothby. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1695: Peter Fucatt on tax list with Solomon Rice. (FFN 19 pg 4)
1699 Jan 17: Peter Fucale in Thomas Smith’s inventory in the list of debts owed in Liber 19, Folio 7. Skinner’s Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1697-1700. p 30. (FFN 16 pg 3 & FFN 19 pg 4)
1699 Sept 5: Payment was made to Peter Fusate from the administration account of Edward Beadle. Liber 19, Folio 171 (Skinner’s Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1697-1700, p 38 (FFN 16 pg 3 & FFN 19 pg 4)
1699 Sept – 1701 Nov: Peter died. From the above record & following record, it seem apparent that Peter died after his payment on 5 Sept 1699 and before the entry that he was “dead” on 3 November 1701. There is no other mention of Peter under any conceivable misspelling in all the accounts between 1699 and 1701. (FFN 16, page 3)
1701 Nov 3 Thomas Smith’s administration account filed with the Prerogative Court. In the list of debts there is noted “Peter Fugatt, Dead” ( Skinner’s Abstracts of Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. 1699-1708, p 70. (FFN 16, page 3 & FFN 19, page 4)
Baltimore Co. records provide us with the full name of Peter’s wife, Frances Mould, as well as the names of her parents, John and Ann (Posey) Mould. We cannot be sure that Frances was Peter’s only wife or that she was the mother of all of his children who can be identified. She was named as his wife in the year after John was born, and before Ann was born, so was probably their mother. Note that these were her parents’ names. (FFN 19, page 4)
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