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Re: James Henry Blagrave/g-g granfather perhaps
Posted by: Judith Winston (ID *****3019) Date: June 08, 2007 at 20:16:55
In Reply to: Re: James Henry Blagrave/g-g granfather perhaps by James Blagrave of 132

Jane "Jincy" Blagrave who m. (2) James E. Scott was my ggg-grandmother. Her first husband was Ephraim McLean, whom she married in Pike Co., Indiana in 1817. She was the dau. of Harrison Blagrave and Esther Harbison -- I'm glad to get this info about her brothers.

This family spent a short amount of time in Maury Co., Tennessee ca. 1808 after leaving Kentucky and before moving on to Indiana and later Texas. Ephraim McLean was from Maury Co. Maury County records show the presence of Harrison Blagrave as well as the families of a number of the siblings of his wife Esther Harbison. That would be a good place to look for "lost" connections of this family.

Jincy Blagrave married James E. Scott as her second husband in Dubois Co., Indiana in 1827. In the 1860 Harris County Texas census she is listed as a 64-year-old living with her son W.C. Scott (William Craighill Scott). Also listed in that household is a 22yo male "J.M. Blagrze." I'm assuming he was one of her Blagrave nephews. Anyone know who he might be?

Jincy died in Cedar Bayou, Texas (Harris County) in 1873.


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