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Sarah Eleanor "Ella" Fugate
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Birth: Oct. 2, 1863
McDonough County
Illinois, USA
Death: Aug. 26, 1885, USA

She was a daughter of Isaac Q. and Elizabeth E. (Matthews) Fugate who owned a farm on section 21 in Bethel Township, McDonough County, Illinois. (Please see their bios on this site and photo of the stone they share.) Ella's siblings were: George (Nov. 4, 1850); Nancy Caroline (b. April 1852) [m. John Haney]; Mary Catherine "Kate" (b. Oct 1855)[m. John Raymond Gunning]; Martha J.(b. 1857) [m. Samuel Bowman]; Benjamin Martin (1860), and Edward (1865).

This burial is documented by: Duane Lester's, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, Volume II, Bethel-Industry. He records the stone's inscription as reading: "Daughter of I.Q. & E.E. Fugate"

Biographical information also comes from census records, vital statistics, the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, and the "History of McDonouth County, Illinois."

Family links: 
  Isaac Quincy Fugate (1820 - 1895)
  Elizabeth Matthews Fugate (1825 - 1906)
  George Washington Fugate (1850 - 1925)*
  Sarah Eleanor "Ella" Fugate (1863 - 1885)
*Calculated relationship
Cost Cemetery
McDonough County
Illinois, USA
Created by: Carolyn.Complete
Record added: Mar 05, 2008
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Sarah Eleanor Ella Fugate
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Sarah Eleanor Ella Fugate
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Sarah Eleanor Ella Fugate
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