John Martin Fleming, 1910

Name
John Martin /Fleming/
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a˜aCollege
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Captain in the Civil War; enlisted in Arkansas in 1861
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After the civil war, he returned to Wake Co., NC to run a deceased uncle's general store; He was a graduate of UNC, Chapel Hill in 1857; he later acquired a sizeable farm and fortune from another uncle; in 1890 he became the warden of the state Penatenuary at Raleigh, NC. A lover of automobiles, he would drive the distance from Raleigh to Morganton to visit his daughter Nannie and IP Jeter. He died in 1910

Death of a father
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Religion
a˜aCollege
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage MarriageMarch 12, 1833
himself
Family with Nancy McCracken McKay
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage1859
9 years
son
2 years
daughter
7 years
daughter
18751968
Birth: April 11, 1875 Rolesville, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
Death: April 20, 1968Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA
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After the civil war, he returned to Wake Co., NC to run a deceased uncle's general store; He was a graduate of UNC, Chapel Hill in 1857; he later acquired a sizeable farm and fortune from another uncle; in 1890 he became the warden of the state Penatenuary at Raleigh, NC. A lover of automobiles, he would drive the distance from Raleigh to Morganton to visit his daughter Nannie and IP Jeter. He died in 1910