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HAGANS,- BOYD,-CAMPBELL, CONNECTION
Posted by: William Hagan (ID *****3496) Date: May 21, 2009 at 18:45:13
In Reply to: Re: BOYD in SC by Jerry Ann Dimitrov of 9386

Hello
Bill Hagan Here!
Nashville,Tennessee
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My Genealogy come from
John Haggins and Elizabeth Campbell Haggins
Through
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Hugh Hagans /Haggins -Married- JEAN HAMILTON
Through
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William Hamilton Hagans -MARRIED- JERUSHA ENSLEY
Through
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Leon’Idas Polk Hagan -Married- BETTIE HOBSON
Through
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Horace Thomas Hagan -Married- ANNIE ELDER
Through
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William Hagan [Private]
Through To: Me!
Bill Hagan [Private]

______________________FAMILIES HISTORY______________

John Higgins was a native of Scotland. Married Elizabeth Campbell.
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3.       Barren County Will Book 1 1800-
Haggins, John W: 11 April 1806/ P: October, 1806 Wife, Elizabeth; ... Sons, James Hamilton and Robert Hamilton; Daughter, Jean Hamilton; Son, John, Exe.; ...
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kybarren/Wills/Wills1800-18.htm - 35k - Cached - Similar pages
Barren Co., KY
Will Book 1 1800-1818

Haggins, John W: 11 April 1806/ P: October, 1806 Wife, Elizabeth;- Eldest son, Hugh Haggins; Daughter, Mary King, one dollar; Margaret Wright, one dollar; Isabelle Boyd, one dollar;; Eleanor Haggins, one cow; ; Elizabeth McCulloch, one dollar; ; William Haggins, one dollar; ; Samuel Haggins, one dollar; John Haggins, one dollar; Agness Findley, one dollar; ... land lying on the ridge between Samuel Boyd and George Findley to be sold... ; Daughter, Eleanor Haggins; Sons, William Haggins and Samuel Haggins, Exe.; Witnesses: James Findley and George Findley Pg56
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John HAGGINS /HAGANS 1 died about 1806 in Barren Co., KY.
WILL:

Barren Co. KY Will Book 1 p 56 ~ J. Hagans Will
In the name of God Amen. And in the year of our Lord God one thousand eight hundred and six I John Higgins husbandman of the county of Barren, state of Kentucky, being in a low state of health but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God, therefore and calling to mind the
mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all to die, do make and ordain this as my last will and testament, viz first and principally of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my executors to be hereafter mentioned and as touching such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with this life
I devise and bequeath in the manner and form following, viz Imprimis
I do give devise and bequeath unto my truly and well beloved wife Elizabeth Higgins one bed and clothing with the household furniture to be at her disposal, also two milk cows and a year old steer, also one third of what remains of my estate not hereafter bequeathed.
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Item I give, devise and bequeath unto my "oldest" son Hugh Higgins one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Mary King one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Margret Wright one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Isable Boyd one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath to Eleanor Higgins one cow and calf.
Item I do give devise and bequeath to Elizabeth McCulloch one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto William Hoggins one dollar.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Samuel Haggins my house Bible & burket [?]one the new Testament.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto John Hoggans / Haggins two cows which he owed by contract and my saddle.
Item I do give devise and bequeath unto Agness Findly one dollar.
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It is further my will and pleasure that one hundred acres of wood land lying on the ridge between Samuel Boyd and George Findly be sold by my executors and the money arising therefrom to pay the former legacies and the remainder together with the debts due to me, a third to my wife as
before mentioned, the other two parts to my daughter Eleanor Haggins and I do by these presents nominate constitue [sic] and appoint as executors of this my last will and testament my trusty and well beloved sons William and Samuel [sic] Haggans disallowing of all others at any time heretofore met... and I do by these presents utterly disallow disanul [sic] and revoke all other wills or legacies by me formerly made other [sic] by work of mouth or writing ratifying and confirming this and this only as my last will and testament.
In witness whereof hereunto set my hand and seal this 11th of April one thousand eight hundred and six. N. B. the words Haggans six lines above entered before signed. Signed, sealed and delivered as my last will and testament in the presence of the subscribing witnesses James Findley, George Findley
John [his mark] Haggins (SEAL)
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Barren County. To wit October County Court 1806
The foregoing writing purporting to be the last will of John Hogins deceased was produced in court and George Finley one of the subscribing witnesses being sworn deposeth that the said John Haggans did in his presence deliver the said writing as his last will & that he believe him to be in his proper sense & memory when he did it & again at a court held for said county the 17th day November & year aforesaid, James Finly the other subscribing witness being sworn deposeth that the said John Haggins did in his presence deliver the said writing as his will and that he believes he was in his proper sense when he did the same & thereupon the said writing was ordered to be recorded as the true last will & testament of the said John Haggins Dec'd. Test. W. Logan, Clk
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Hamilton, John
W: 30 July 1801/ P: January 1802
Wife, Sarah; Daughter, Balsher Hamilton; Sons, James Hamilton and Robert Hamilton; Daughter, "Jean Hamilton"; Son, John, Exe.; Witnesses: Keys, William Hays Pg21

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MADISON COUNTY KY "F" MARRIAGES
... John 139 Apr 14 1822 Ferrill, James Horn, Levina 166 Apr 26 1827 Ferrill, James Taylor, ... Fielding 82 Mar 08 1797 Findley, Thomas Pollard, Sealy 16 Feb 09 1796 Finley, George Hagans, Nancy (Haggins) 48 Oct 01 1795 Finley, John C Huff, ... Labourn Herington, Charlotte 25 Nov 24 1800 Ford, Permelia Hamilton, ...
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NAME SPOUSE PG MO DY YR
Finley, George Hagans, Nancy (Haggins) 48 Oct 01 1795
Finley, John C Huff, Arthusa 168 Feb 28 1828 Finley, Martha Street, Jonathan 178 Mar 25 1830 Finney, Betsy Warford, Samuel 113 Feb 10 1814 Finney, Fountain Webber, Polly 132 Jun 12/14 1821 Finney, John Webber, Susan 137 Apr 11 1822 Finney, Joshua Richardson, Nancy 48 May 19 1796 Finney, Lucy Richardson, Joseph 222 Dec 10 1840 Finney, Nancy Richardson, John 136 Feb 26 1822 Finney, Polly Street, Lewis (Strut?) or 12-28-1829 178 Mar 25 1830 Finney, Sally Drinkard, William 05 Nov 15 1792 Finney, Sally Newman, Samuel W 233 Oct 20 1842

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NOTE:
These Web-Listing Below Documents Hagans /Haggins /Hagins
Histories of our Different Offshoots Families
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ALLENCOUNTYKY.com
Provides a searchable online database of vital records, queries and message board, photo album, and miscellaneous information of interest to researchers.
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Allen County Ky-Deed Book D-(1826-1831)
line and corner to JOHN HAGANS ... Signed: WILLIAM HAGANS ... ELIZABETH HAGANS wife of ... 1828 between WILLIAM HAGANS and JOHN HAGANS both of the ... said JOHN HAGANS .. parcel of
www.allencountyky.com/database/land/BkDpg150-199.htm
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Pg 152-153 This Indenture made ... this 4th day of Sept 1828 between WILLIAM HAGANs of the county of Allen Kentucky of the one part and *DAVID STRAIT* of the county and state aforesaid of the other part ...in consideration of the sum of $400 ... parcel of land situated in the county aforesaid on Tramels fork of Drakes creek beginning on CHAMBERS line and corner to JOHN HAGANS ... Signed: WILLIAM HAGANS ... ELIZABETH HAGANS wife of the grantor ... voluntarily relinquished all dower in said lands ..
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Pg 153-154 This Indenture made ... this 5th day of September 1828 between WILLIAM HAGANS and JOHN HAGANS both of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky ....said WILLIAM for and in consideration of $585 ... convey unto the said JOHN HAGANS .. parcel of land situate in the aforesaid county and state on Tramels fork of Drakes creek beginning ... ROGERs ... HOODs line ... containing 45 acres ... Signed: WILLIAM HAGANS ... ELIZABETH HAGANS wife of the grantor ... voluntarily relinquished all dower to said lands ...
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Allen County Kentucky
We Elizabeth HAGANS and Nancy HAGANS both of the ... sic) Church... Signed: Nancy HAGANS (mark), Elizabeth HAGANS (mark). pg 100 Oct ... GRAHAM. Wit: Hugh HAGAN, William EASLEY, William
www.allencountyky.com/database/land/BookBDeedspg100-149.htm
Sept. 30, 1816. We Elizabeth HAGANS and Nancy HAGANS both of the County of Allen and State of Kentucky do hereby certify that were acquainted with John THOMPSON deceased.....we were both of us at the celebration of the marriage of the said John THOMPSON with a certain Elizabeth WRIGHT who is the same person...by the name of Elizabeth THOMPSON widow.....marriage took place in the County of Barren and State of Kentucky....performed ...by the name of ABELL a minister of the Presbeterian (sic) Church.... Signed: Nancy HAGANS (mark), Elizabeth HAGANS (mark). pg 100
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July 27, 1816. Between Robert GRAHAM...and Edward GRAHAM...both of the state of Kentucky former of Warren County the latter of Allen County....$180.....convey unto the said Edward GRAHAM...parcel of land...on Tramels Fork of Drakes Creek...Signed: Robert GRAHAM. Wit: Hugh HAGAN, William EASLEY, William HAMETT (acreage not mentioned) pg 146
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Allen County Ky-Deed Book D-(1826-1831)
Attest: HUGH HAGAN, LEVI HAGAN, E. GRAHAM DCACC Signed: JOHN ... K. of one part and HUGH HAGANS of Allen Co Ky of the ... convey unto the said H. HAGANS ... parcel of land ... in the
www.allencountyky.com/database/land/BkDpg350-399.htm
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Pg 357 This Indenture made ... this 29th day of Sept 1830 between JOHN PICKENS and GREEN GRAHAM both of the state of Kentucky and county of Allen ... in consideration of $200 ... convey unto the said GRAHAM.... parcel of land wherein said PICKEN lives .... E. bank of Tramels fork of Drakes Creek ... (no acreage mentioned) ... Attest: HUGH HAGAN, LEVI HAGAN, E. GRAHAM DCACC Signed: JOHN PICKENS ....
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Pg 372-373 This Indenture made ... this 29th day of June 1830 betwixt EDMUND ROGERS of Barren Co K. of one part and HUGH HAGANS of Allen Co Ky of the other part ... in consideration of the sum of $300 ... convey unto the said H. HAGANS ... parcel of land ... in the Co. of Allen Ky. on the East ?? Tramels fork of Drakes creek part of a tract of 1000 granted to EDMUND ROGERS patent bearing date the 14th of January 1794 ....containing 280 acres .... Signed: EDMD ROGERS, MARY ROGERS .... recorded February 12, 1831 Allen County KY ...
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DEED BOOK C 1820-1825
400 acres ... bounded...JOHN HAGANs Survey... RODGERs side line ... dividing line between HUGH HAGAN and BENJAMIN LETCHWORTH ...CAMPBELL HAGANs... Test: THOMAS CHAMBERS, JOHN
www.allencountyky.com/database/land/BkCpg1-49.htm
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Pg503 May 17, 1826 ...between LEE ALLEN of the county of Simpson ... Kentucky ... and WILLIAM HAGANS ... of Allen county and state afsd ... $800 ... parcel of land containing 200 acres ... in the county of Allen ... being a part of 1000 acres granted to EDMAND RIGSBY patent ... dated.. Jan 14, 1794 ... Wit: WILLIAM HOGAN , MERRICK HERRINGTON, SARAH HOGAN Signed: LEE ALLEN ... recorded Aug 22, 1826 ...

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Pg11-12 Oct 16, 1819 ...between BENJAMIN LETCHWORTH & his wife ELEANOR of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part & WILLIAM & BRIANT HOOD of the same county of the other part....for $2100... confirm to the said WILLIAM & BRIANT HOOD....parcel of land...in the county of Allen...containing...400 acres ... bounded...JOHN HAGANs Survey....RODGERs side line of the 1000 acres survey.... dividing line between HUGH HAGAN and BENJAMIN LETCHWORTH ...CAMPBELL HAGANs.... Test: THOMAS CHAMBERS, JOHN McELROY, ROBERT JOHNSON Signed: BENJN LETCHWORTH , ELENDER (her X mark) LETCHWORTH ... ELENDER LETCHWORTH ...relinquished her right of dower..... recorded March 13, 1820
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DEED BOOK C 1820-1825
EWd THACKERs 150 acre survey ... containing 62 acres... Wit: CAMPBELL HAGANS, MILES C. SLEETGE , JESSE ... JOHNSTONs line...Wit : HUGH HAGANS, JESSE HAGANS Signed: ABRAHAM (his X
www.allencountyky.com/database/land/BkCpg50-99.htm
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Pg62-63 Oct 12, 1820 ...between EDWARD WOODWERD of the Co of Allen .... Kentucky.. & WILLIAM HOOD of the county and state afsd...for.. $160... convey unto the sd WILLIAM HOOD...parsel of land... on the waters of Tramels fork of drakes creek ...WILLOWBYs line...line between EDWD THACKER and ARMID DODSON... EWd THACKERs 150 acre survey ... containing 62 acres... Wit: CAMPBELL HAGANS, MILES C. SLEETGE , JESSE HADANS Signed: EDMOND WOOWERD, REBECCA (her X mark) WOODWERD ...recorded October 12, 1820
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Pg 97 June 1, 1821 ... between ABRAHAM PREWITTE of the Co of Allen ... Kentucky... and DRURY WATTS of the county and state afsd... for $130 .. parcel of land... on the waters of Baysfork of Barron River ... ROB JOHNSTONs line...Wit : HUGH HAGANS, JESSE HAGANS Signed: ABRAHAM (his X mark) PREWITT ....recorded June 5, 1821

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Index of /ky/allen/census/1830
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The 1830 Allen County, Kentucky, Census images:
http://www.usgwarchives.org/ky/allen/census/1830/
0047a.gif Hugh Hagan / Hogan? & ?
0048a.gif John Hagan Hogan
0055a.gif Campbell Hagan

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Proprietary tax lists of the county of Chester ... - Google Books Result
by Chester County (Pa.), William Henry Egle - 1897 - Business & Economics
Hugh Thomson, Sen'r, 6 .8 .0 John Taylor 18 .0 Thomas Turner 10 .0 David ... 2 .5 .0 Hugh Hagan, silv'rsm'h 4.10 .0 Wm. Woodside, blacks 3 .5 .0 James Wiley ...
books.google.com/books?id=fT0OAAAAIAAJ... -
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Page 414
John Atkin, weaver, Hugh Hagan, silversmith, And'w Bryans, wagoner, Fra's Irwin, Wm. Churchman, Wm. McCracken, ...
Page 462
... Mathew Scott, John Scott, John Thomson, Mathew Wilkin, James Woodside, William Whitcraft, Jacob Whitcraft, James Blackburn, Hugh Hagan, Wm. Woodside. ...
Page 566
... 2 .5 .0
*************Hugh Hagan, silv'rsm'h 4.10 .0 **********
Wm. Woodside, blacks 3 .5 .0 James Wiley, merch't 5 .0 .0 John Reed 2.10 .0 Elisha Sidwell, 2.10 .0 Samuel ...
Page 776
... Henry Grubb 18.1 Hugh Lennox 2.13.4 Henry Hagan, 13.4 Henry Ewing 1.0.0 James Henry 19 .0 James Cooper, 1.19 .2 James McDowell 2 .6.10 Joseph McSparran, ...

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Sept. 3 1797 Kentucky Madison Co near the Courthouse

To Benjamin Campbell
Uniontown (Pa.)

Dear Unkle and Aunt This opportunity offers for your information of my situation in this world. I have had many dispensations of Providence, some prosporous, some adverse. Perhaps you heard of my loss of my first wife after having two children which is yet alive and well.
[ Margaret Burns ]
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[ Jean Hamilton ]

I married again in Carolina & has 3 children by the last wife all boys one of the others is a girl. I have traveled a great deal since my apprenticeship and I think this Kentucky state is the best poor man's country that ever was., plenty of provisions and cheap and abundance of business for any tradesman's labor& money tollerably plenty. God of his providential care and provision has gratiously bestowed plenty upon me and my family and I think that any man that has a rising family may with the use of a little industry and economy support them well here.

My father and Family is living here. They are all in good health. Six? is maried and four to marry. Father is old and much failed as likewise mother. I desire to have a few lines from you and give an account of our relatives as near as you can. I have not had a letter from any of you since I came to this country, only one from Uncle John's son John from Delaware State. I heard of your son John being at Lexington lately.[John Son Of Benjamin Campbell] It would have satisfied me much to have had a night's conversation with him.

If ever any of you be in this country again oblige me as far as to tarry with me a few days. Should fondly hear of Uncle Thomas - where he lives and how. Please to inform that I am solicitous that he should come to this country and I think that you would live better here than any other of the United States. It is glorious country flowing with milk and honey. We are all in good health at present. Father and mother send their respects to you both and family our compliments to you both and all enquiring friends. Fairwell,
Hugh and Jean Hagans

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Hugh Hagan came into Madison County, KY early (1790's) and was a silversmith. Family story says he moved to Warren or Barren Co. after 1810. His son John I have no record of but son James returned to Madison and stayed (my line). Hugh's mother was Elizabeth Campbell. See "Sketches of Campbell, Pilcher & kindred families" by Margaret P. Campbell, c1911, for more. All these families came from Chester County, PA. Parents: John HAGANS and Elizabeth CAMPBELL.
Spouse: Margaret BURNS. Children were: HAGAN, John HAGANS.
Spouse: Jean HAMILTON. Children were: Jenny HAGANS, Campbell HAGAN, Jesse HAGAN, James HAGAN,[[[[ William Hamilton HAGANS ]]]],(Belived to be Wm.Hamilton Hagans ,Levi HAGAN.
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Isabella HAGANS1 was born on 13 Feb 1764 in South Carolina. She was buried in 1852 in Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne Co., IN. She died on 31 Oct 1852 in Wayne County, Indiana. She was also known as Isabell Higgins.
Jerry Ann Dimitrov <jerrypd@ipro.net>
Isabella Boyd nee Hagans sometimes written Higgins was in Madison County, Kentucky ca. 1790-1805 and married to a Samuel Boyd. She is a sister of Hugh Hagans, my ancestor. They are documented in the court records of Madison County and I believe moved to either Barren or Warren County, Kentucky after 1805.
From LDS:
Isabella HIGGINS
Sex: F
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Samuel BOYD
Marriage: 12 Dec 1785
South Carolina
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Tombstone Inscription: ISABELLA H. BOYD
FEB 13, 1764
OCT. 31 1852
Birth Date: 2/13/1764
Birthplace: , SC USA
Death Date: 10/31/1852
Death Location: Wayne County, IN
Spouse: Samuel Boyd
Cemetery: Jacksonburg Cemetery
Location: Jacksonburg, IN USA

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Hugh HAGANS died in Madison Co., Ky. Letters written by Hugh Hagans, Jr., to his uncle, Benjamin Campbell of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Hugh Hagan (s) was a son of John Hagans and wife Elizabeth Campbell (born 1726), who was a sister of the addressee, Benjamin Campbell. All of the Hagans were at one time resisdents of Madison County, Kentucky.


April 10, 1793, Madison Co., near the Court house
Loving Unkle

By axident I hapned to get acquaint with Mr. Hughs and he gave me an acct of you, otherways I have not heard from you this many years. It would be tedious to relate to you the various vicistudes of life that I have gone through since I left Pens (Pennsylvania). Let it suffice to tell you that I got safe by sea to Cara (Carolina) and married a certain Margaret Burns lived with her almost 4 years & she died. About 14 months after I married a Jean Hamilton and not loving that part of the world, I made an attempt for Kentucky which succeeded prosperously & I am settled on a small piece of land 1 mile from
Milford Town. I always subsist by my trade and lives easy. I have acquired much knowledge in metals since I left you. I work chiefly in silver work & gold watches and plating. I understand and make considerable profit thereby. Very few men I fear at engraving and carving in gold & silver and setting of rings, etc.

My Father and Mother is living yet in Carolina, and I think they will come to this country next Fall. They were in health the last letter from them. I have one sister living here, wife to a Samuel Boyd. There is a son of Grand Uncle William Campbell of Virginia lives 3 miles from us that is all the relations I have here. Uncle John and William was dead the last time I was in Pens.[Pennsylvania?] Uncle Tomy [THOMAS?] married shortly after I left there. I would be proud to hear from them all, particularly from Uncle Thos. for I think he will come to this part of the world yet.

Indeed every man that wants to live easy and well can do it here better than any place I ever seen, either Tradesman or Farmer. Please do rite by the bearer, he goes through your Town and is coming here shortly.

Dr Sir Your Loving Nephew
Hugh Hagans
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Hugh Hagan came into Madison County, KY early (1790's) and was a silversmith. Family story says he moved to Warren or Barren Co. After 1810. His son John I have no record of but son James returned to Madison and stayed (my line). Hugh's mother was Elizabeth Campbell. See "Sketches of Campbell, Pilcher & kindred families" by Margaret P. Campbell, c1911, for more. All these families came from Chester County, PA. Parents: John HAGANS and Elizabeth CAMPBELL.
Spouse: Margaret BURNS. Children were: HAGAN, John HAGANS.
Spouse: Jean HAMILTON. Children were: Jenny HAGANS, Campbell HAGAN, Jesse HAGAN, James HAGAN, William Hamiltion HAGAN My Bloodline , Levi HAGAN which comes William Boyd Hagan bloodline.

? Spouse: Sally WOODALL. Hugh HAGANS and Sally WOODALL were married on 5 May 1806 in Madison Co., Ky.??

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Application for Membership To The National Society Of The Daughters Of The AMERICAN REVOLUTION Washington,D.C.
dated Dec 23rd 1976

Through This Blood Line:
Thomas Lanier King and Catherine Hayes Married on March 26th, 1822
Wilson County, ,Tennessee
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My Line comes through Thomas Lanier:
I Have A :
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John Lanier:
Born about 1655 London,England
Died in Prince George County,Virginia Between 1/5/1717 and 11/12/1719

Children:

Nicholas Lanier
Born- Prior To:1722 in Prince George County,Virginia
Died Brunswick County,Virginia, around June 9th,1776
Married
Mary Vance

Children:

Thomas Lanier
Born:1720 or 1722 - in Brunswick County,Virginia
Died : Oxford ,(Surry County)North Carolina in 1801 to 1805
1st Wife Elizabeth Hicks Married in 1742 Brunswick County,Virginia.
Elizabeth Hicks Deid in Oxford ,North Carolina :After 1763

Children:

Susannah(Susanna) Lanier
Born:April 13th,1763 in Granville County,North Carolina
Died: Oxford ,North Carolina
Married To:
George King on Dec.31st,1781

Children:

Thomas Lanier King
Born:July 11th , 1764 Oxford ,North Carolina
Died:Wilson County,Tennessee. Feb.13th, 1862
Married to:
Catherine Hayes on March 26th, 1822
Catherine Hayes
Born:JULY 8th,1799 in Oxford ,North Carolina
Died:Wilson County,Tennessee. Sometime After 1845

Children:

Elizabeth Ann King
Born:Aug.10th 1824 in Granville County,North Carolina
Died: Nashville,Tennessee on June 1st,1893
Married To:
Lewis Garrett Hobson on Feb. 9th 1842
Lewis Garrett Hobson
Born:1811 in Wilson County,Tennessee
Died: Nashville,Tennessee in 1895

Children:

Elizabeth Ann Hobson

Born:April 26th,1852 in Nashville,Tennessee
Died:Dec.16th, 1930 in Nashville,Tennessee

Married To:
Leon'Idas Polk Hagan on Feb.25th,1869

ABOUT:
My Line comes through Leon'Idas Polk Hagan

Leon'Idas Polk Hagan
Born:Aug.6th,1840 in Nashville,Tennessee
Died: July 6th,1908
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Served Confederate States of America
2nd Lieut.Co.(C&K)10th REG'T TENNESSEE Infantry
Discharge Papers Writes: 5 Feet 8 Inches Tall,
Light Complexion, Gray Eye,Hair Light a Farmer
Enslited by Capt. James H. Anderson
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Leon'Idas Polk Hagan

Mother: Jerusha Alexander Ensley: Hagans
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FATHER: William Hamilton Hagans: Born about 1804 in Kentucky about 1825 Moved To Davidson County,Nashville,Tennessee
was in Business with Enoch Ensley Sr. And Enoch Ensley Jr -
Bondmans Company
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Bob Carver Listing: Milton Shull; Also Inquiries:HAGAN,ENSLEY ... (1) William H.Hagan (2) Enoch Ensley (3) Enoch Kelly - probably a son-in-law or grandson (4) H. C. Lane - a grandson? (5) John Shull - not James or Jerusha ...
genforum.genealogy.com/shull/messages/583.html - Similar pages -
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Friends of the Metropolitan Archives
Friends of Metropolitan Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN The Friends of Archives is a nonprofit ...
... , Philip Campbell, Edward H. East, Jonathan R. Garrett, Joseph B ...
... The court appoint Edward Goodrich, Reuben Payne & Joseph Gee them or ...
... and Testament of Edward B Littlefield decd was produced in open ...
... believes that said Edward was of sound mind and memory at the time of ...
... King, 6. William H Hagan, James A Chilcutt, 7. Enoch Ensl.ey, John B ...
... , Wm James, Henry Hagan and Jos Marshal Notary Public Jo Novell ...
... , May 3, 1836, H Hagan notary public qualified qualified-Same ...
... present when Henry Hagan who was elected as Notary Public for the ...
http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~nashvillearchives/minbookbapr36.html
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Friends of the Metro Archives
Friends of Metro Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN The Friends of Archives is a nonprofit ...
... 12/18/1824 Hall, Edward w:01/19/1853 Hall, George 06/00/1866 Hall, ...
... 5/31/1915 Hicks, Edward D. w:03/26/1839 Hicks, Edward Dickson 03/05/ ...
... :03/26/1839 Hicks, Edward Dickson 03/05/1894 Hicks, Mary E. 9/16/1918 ...
... S. 9/7/1868 Hobbs, Edward D. w:04/30/1833 Hobbs, Jesse B. w:07/28/1873 ...
... w:07/29/1842 Hagan, F. 04/00/1890 Hagan, James P. 9/29/1914 ...
... , F. 04/00/1890 Hagan, James P. 9/29/1914 Hagan, Jerusha 11/03/1880 ...
... James P. 9/29/1914 Hagan, Jerusha 11/03/1880 Hagan, L. P. 7/18/1908 ...
... Jerusha 11/03/1880 Hagan, L. P. 7/18/1908 Hagan, Martha 4/17/1916 ...
http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~nashvillearchives/originalwillin4.html
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Friends of the Metro Archives
Friends of Metro Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN The Friends of Archives is a nonprofit ...
... 33 : 76 Hagan, William H. Widow's Support 6/29/1869 21 : 299 ...
... 21 : 299 Hagans, William H. Inventory & Account of Sales 6/20/1867 ...
... 29 : 487 Hagar, William Inventory & Account of Sale 4/3/1874 23 ...
... 23 : 155 Hagar, William Administrator's Settlement 3/16/1877 24 ...
... : 570 Hagar, James H. Account of Sale 9/14/1866 20 : 371 Hagar, James ...
... 27 : 55 Hager ,s. H. Administrator's Settlement 6/8/1876 24 : 138 ...
... for personal use. However, this information may not be sold or used ...
http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~nashvillearchives/letterh.html

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Willis Briggs Hagan born 9 Dec 1819 (son of John Hagan and Piety Strait)- Piety Strait Father was *William Strait*
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Note: Other Hagans that are related but not by HUGH HAGAN
2.       Info Per: Ken Brewer: KBBAU78@aol.com - Willis B. Hagans Bloodline
Ken has a lot of Family photo and his family lines from Willis Briggs Hagans
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5.       Willis Briggs Hagan
TN. Willis is buried in the Hagan Family Cemetery, Sumner Co. TN. He married 1st to Mary Lee Robertson on 19 February 1845 in Sumner Co. TN. ...
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Willis Briggs Hagan (son of John Hagan and Piety Strait) was born 9 December 1819 possibly in Allen Co. KY. He died 29 June 1907 in Sumner Co. TN. Willis is buried in the Hagan Family Cemetery, Sumner Co. TN. He married 1st to Mary Lee Robertson on 19 February 1845 in Sumner Co. TN. Mary Lee was born about 1824 in VA. Mary Lee died before 1872. Willis married second to Catherine G. Legg (Legge) on 30 June 1872 in Sumner Co. TN. Catherine was born July 1837 in TN.
Willis was a member of the Baptist Church at Caney Fork.
Known children of Willis Briggs Hagan and Mary Lee Robertson are:
1.       G. F. (female) born about 1854.
2.       William Hagan born about 1848.
3.       Emily Hagan born about 1856.
4.       William R. Hagan was born 1859, died 1939. He is buried in the Hagan Family Cemetery, Sumner Co. TN. He married Mary E. Legg (Legge) born 23 April 1856, died 1 Sept 1904, and buried as wife of "Eld. W. R. Hagan." William R. and Mary E.'s children were George W. born April 1882 and Pearl born September 1891. George W. appears in the 1910 Sumner Co. Census with wife Ida and son Roy.
5.       Amanda Aurora Hagan born 1863. She died in 1941. Married Neely Parham Brown. Their children were: William Henry Brown born 1880 and Pauline Brown born 1904.
Known child of Willis Briggs Hagan and second wife Catherine G. Legg (Legge) is:
1.       Georgia Lova Diaz HAGAN : was born on 13 May 1875 in Sumner Co., TN. She died in Oct 1969 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN. Parents: Willis Briggs HAGAN and Catherine G. LEGG
Spouse: PITT
2.       PITT and Georgia Lova Diaz HAGAN were married about 1896.
3.        In 1900, a granddaughter, Rosy A. Parks born Dec. 1891, was living with Willis and Catherine.
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Georgia Lova D. Hagan (1875-1969)
Mrs. Lova Pitt (Portrait)
Date: Abt. 1955
Location: Nashville, TN
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MULLINS, Emma Fish ---- (Temporary Marker). HAGAN, Turner 1877 - 1964 } HAGAN, Willie 1878 - 1954 } HAGAN, Dillard Father 27 Mar 1900 - 8 Mar 1934 ...
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MULLINS, Rubin B. 1863 - 1941 (Temporary Marker)
MULLINS, Rubin BFish ---- (Temporary Marker)

Old Brush Cemetery Sumner County, Tennessee 14-6
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HAGAN, Turner 1877 - 1964 }
HAGAN, Willie 1878 - 1954 }
HAGAN, Dillard Father 27 Mar 1900 - 8 Mar 1934
HAGAN, Clara B. Mother 11 Dec 1901 - 19 Jul 1962

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106. WADE HAMPTON9 JERNIGAN (ANNIE MAE8 GOOSTREE, JOSEPH WATSON7, ABSOLUM BENJAMIN6, WATSON JAMES5, ABSOLUM4, GEORGE3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born February 27, 1897 in Sumner County, Tennessee, and died November 14, 1947 in Portland, Sumner County, Tennessee. He married BEULAH G. HAGAN July 02, 1921 in Portland, Tennessee. She was born April 13, 1901, and died July 16, 1983 in Portland, Sumner County, Tennessee.

More About WADE HAMPTON JERNIGAN:
Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery, Portland, Sumner County, Tennessee

More About BEULAH G. HAGAN:
Burial: Maple Hill Cemetery, Portland, Sumner County, Tennessee

More About WADE JERNIGAN and BEULAH HAGAN:
Death of one spouse: Unknown
Marriage: July 02, 1921, Portland, Tennessee

Child of WADE JERNIGAN and BEULAH HAGAN is:
141. i. LILA MAE10 JERNIGAN, b. September 06, 1924.
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Sumner County, Tennessee

Rev. William R. Hagan Obituary, 1939
Typed and Contributed by Linda Carpenter
©2004 REV. WILLIAM R. HAGAN
Portland - Funeral services for the Rev. William Robertson Hagan, 79, retired Baptist minister, who died at his home last night, were to be Conducted this afternoon at the residence by the Rev. E. G. Allen of Nashville. Mr. Hagan, who had been ill for several months, died of influenza. He had been in the ministry for several years having been pastor at the, Mt. Zion Baptist Church at Woodburn, Ky., and the Old State Line Church near Portland, until it was demolished several years ago. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary Lame Hagan; two daughters, Mrs. Ed Craig and Mrs. Pearl Lame of Fountain Head, Tenn., two sons, Turner and George Hagan of Fountain Head; and two sisters, Mrs. N. P. Brown of Fountain Head and Mrs. Jim Pitt of Nashville.
Sumner County Cemetery Book, by Snider & Yorgason has: Hagan Cemetery - Hagan, William R. - 1859 - 1939
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Hagan Cemetery, 14-48
Sumner County,Tennessee

Hagan Cemetery, 14-48
3 9/10 mi. south of Portland on Hwy. 90; then 1 3/10 mi. west on Brooks Road. Cemetery is 50 yds. east in the edge of a woods.
HAGAN, W. B. Joined Predestinarian Baptist Church at Caney Fork, Tenn.
9 Dec 1819 - 29 Jun 1907
HAGAN, Mary E. Legg Wife of Eld. W. R. Hagan 23 Apr 1856 - 1 Sep 1904
Joined Predestinarian BAptist Church at New Bethel, Tenn. 15 Aug 1891
HAGAN, William R. 1859 - 1939
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Mary Johnson Link Hester's Diary - 1949
Oct. 1st, 1949
Homer Glenn Pitt died Oct. 4, 1949, son of Jim M. and Lovie Hagan Pitt, Buried at Woodlawn Memorial Park, Nashville, Tenn.
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Sumner County Cemetery Book, by Snider & Yorgason has: Hagan Cemetery - Hagan, William R. - 1859 - 1939.
REV. WILLIAM R. HAGAN
Portland - Funeral services for the Rev. William Robertson Hagan, 79, retired Baptist minister, who died at his home last night, were to be Conducted this afternoon at the residence by the Rev. E. G. Allen of Nashville. Mr. Hagan, who had been ill for several months, died of influenza. He had been in the ministry for several years having been pastor at the, Mt. Zion Baptist Church at Woodburn, Ky., and the Old State Line Church near Portland, until it was demolished several years ago. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mary Lame Hagan; two daughters, Mrs. Ed Craig and Mrs. Pearl Lame of Fountain Head, Tenn., two sons, Turner and George Hagan of Fountain Head; and two sisters, Mrs. N. P. Brown of Fountain Head and Mrs. Jim Pitt of Nashville.
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CHILDREN OF WILLIAM BRIGGS HAGAN * * *


Name: Willie Hagan Spouse: Turner Birth: abt 1878 Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee *
Name: Turner Hagan Spouse: Willie Birth: abt 1878 - location Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee *
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Name: Dillard Hagan Spouse: Clara Birth: abt 1900 - location Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee *
Name: Clara Hagan Spouse: Dillard Birth: abt 1902 Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee *
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Name: J C Hagan Birth: abt 1927 Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee *
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Name: George W Hagan Spouse: Ida Birth: abt 1882 - location Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee * ?
Name: Ida Hagan Spouse: George W Birth: abt 1886 Residence: 1930 - city, Sumner, Tennessee * ?



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CLAN BOYD INTERNATIONAL
History of Wayne County, Indiana, 1872

Samuel Boyd was born in Craven Co., S. C., May 20, 1763. He was of Scotch
descent. His father, James Boyd, had previously emigrated thither from
Virginia, and had six sons and two daughters. The father and one son died in
a Tory prison during the Revolutionary war; and Samuel, the subject of this
sketch, came near losing his life by a ball from a Tory gun. He recovered,
however, with the loss of his left eye, and served through the war, having
enlisted at the age of 16. He was married, December 12, 1785, to Isabella
Higgins, who also was of Scotch descent, and a not distant relative of Robert
Burns, the poet. She did not forget, through life, that, when a young woman,
she danced with Andrew Jackson. In 1788, Samuel Boyd, with his wife and one
child, moved to Kentucky, where they lived 23 years. To provide homes for his
nine children, he removed to Whitewater Valley, Indiana; and in November, 1811,
he built a tent of bark and limbs of trees on Martindale's creek, 2 miles north
of Jacksonburgh, where he entered a quarter section of land, on which he lived
until his death, November 27, 1835, aged 72 years.

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Samuel and Isabella Higgins Boyd of Wayne County, Indiana
According to the history Samuel Boyd was born in Craven County, South Carolina, May 20, 1763 and was of Scotch descent. He served through the Revolutionary War, having enlisted at age 16 and lost his left eye. He married Isabella Higgins on December 12, 1785. In 1788 they moved to Kentucky where they lived 23 years. To provide for his nine children he removed to the Whitewater Valley in newly formed Wayne County, Indiana. In November, 1811, he built a tent of bark and limbs of trees on Martindale's creek, 2 miles north of Jacksonburgh, where he entered a quarter section of land, on which he lived until his death, November 27, 1835. His wife died October 31, 1852.
Samuel Boyd was a member of the Christian Church known as "New Lights," was a minister and a missionary to the Indians. He and his wife had ten children: James, father of those who came to Mercer County; William; Elizabeth; Samuel K.; Lard (died in infancy); Robert; Martha; Mary; and Isabella. The History tells us that 274 of the descendants of Samuel and Isabella sat down to dinner together in Wayne County in an 1861 reunion (surely that must have been noted in a local newspaper?).

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WILLIAM BOYD HAGANS
California's Couts Cousins
... family photo albums that have photos that date back to the late 1800's. ... P. Gilliam
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Descendants of Levi Hagan
1 Levi Hagan b: June 1, 1804
+Charlotte Graham b: 1802
2 Louisa (Hegan) Hagan b: 1826 in
Scottsville, Allen County, Kentucky
+Samuel Couts b: December 16,
1820 in Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky
m: December 29, 1843 in Lafayette County, Missouri
3 Sarah A. Couts b: 1846 in BURLINGTON
BOONE CO, MISSOURI, BURIED GOSHEN CEM.
3 [5] John Lafayette Coutsb: May 17, 1852
in COLUMBIA, BOONE Co. Missouri
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I151: William Boyd HAGANS (23 Sep 1807 - 18 Jun 1881)
... HAGANS (23 Sep 1807 - 18 Jun 1881) William Boyd HAGANS 23 ... Sep 1807, Kentucky DEATH : 18 Jun 1881, Ukiah, Mendocino Co., CA ...
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"Colonel" William B. Hagans, was a veteran of the 1831-1932 Black Hawk Indian War along with his two brothers, James C. Hagans and Samuel C. Hagans. He shows up on the muster rolls as being only a Second Corporal from Sangamon County, Illinois in Captain Jesse Claywell's Company, in the 4th Regiment, 3rd Brigade Illinois Mounted Volunters. It was not that uncommon for the times, for an old soldier of a lesser rank to be given an appelation of a higher rank by his family and friends. From a family history by Dr. John Baker:
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Apr 30, 2006 ... By 1813 however, William lived in Barren County, Kentucky and ... Rebeccah COCKRILL is probably Anderson's wife and that #6 Joseph ... An abstract of his will exists (COCKRILL, William Inventory dated Mar 21, 1825 ... Kentucky (thanks to Hagans family researcher, William Lon Hagan Jr. for this link) ...
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William Boyd HAGANS1 was born on 23 Sep 1807 in Kentucky. .... William Boyd HAGANS and Lucinda COCKRILL were married on 21 Mar 1828 in Allen Co., KY. ...
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Hugh X Hagan to Wm Nuckols of Caroline Co. Records of Hanover County, William and Mary Quarterly,1733-1735. July 3, 1735.-James Nunkaes, St. Paul's, ...
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July 3 1735.-Hugh X Hagan to Wm Nuckols of Caroline Co.
• Notes
• At a quarterly session, Court held for Goochland County at the ...... [NI00686] Collands High School; WIlliam and Mary College, Williamsburg VA. ...... Source Hanover County Court Record Book 1733-1735 compiled by Charles P Blunt IV ...... Grandfather was Hugh Nuckolls. My first thought since they were from ...
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WILL OF WILLIAM NUCKOLS
In the name of God amen. I William Nuckols of the County of Goochland & Parish of St. James Northam
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July 3 1735.-Hugh X Hagan to Wm Nuckols of Caroline Co.
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NI00949] James Nuckolls arrived in California in a wagon train probably led by Capt.Wm. Boyd Hagan. The train left Pleasant Gap, Bates Co., MO, April 21, 1853,and arrived in Santa Rosa, Calif. In Oct. 1853.
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Hagan
Lula Myra Holt Hagan, age 100, of Paducah, Kentucky, formerly of Quitman, Arkansas, passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2005, at the Western Baptist Hospital in ...
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Lula Myra Holt Hagan, age 100, of Paducah, Kentucky, formerly of Quitman, Arkansas, passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2005, at the Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah. Born in Milburn, Kentucky, on February 21, 1905, she was the daughter of the late Billy M. And Era Alice (Brent) Holt. Mrs. Hagan was a telephone operator, and she retired from Illinois Bell Telephone Company and the United States Weather Bureau. She was a member of the National Association of Retried Federal Employees and the American Association of Retired Persons. She was a member of the Baptist church. Her husband, John C. Hagan, preceded her in death. Her son, William J. Hagan, and her brother, Rufus C. Brown, also preceded her in death.Mrs. Hagan is survived by one sister, Alice McLain of St. Louis, Missouri; two grandchildren, Marc Hagan and Adele Biasiolli, and four great-grandchildren.
Graveside services and interment will be held Friday, May 6, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. In Cleburne County Memorial Gardens with Rev. Kenneth Puckett officiating. Arrangements are by Olmstead Funeral Home, Inc.. Www.olmstead.cc

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Descendants of John E Hagan
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN E2 HAGAN (HAGAN1) was born 1845 in Allen Co., Kentucky, and died 03 Aug 1876 in Fulton Co., Kentucky. He married JULIA STUBBS 06 Apr 1870 in Fulton Co., Kentucky, daughter of MOSES STUBBS and LUCINDA ASPLY. She was born Sep 1851 in Fulton Co., Kentucky, and died 11 Jan 1930 in Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Notes for JOHN E HAGAN:
Fulton Co., Ky. - 1874 Births - Vital Statistics
Name: Hagan, Sylvester Date: Oct. 27 Sex: M Color: W Birthplace: Fulton Co. Father: John C. Hagan Birthplace: Kentucky Mother: Julia A. Stubbs Birthplace: Kentucky
More About JOHN E HAGAN:
Census: 1870, Shows Jno and Julia farming in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
More About JULIA STUBBS:
Burial: 1930, Hickman City Cemetery, Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky
Census 1: 1880, Census shows Julia, widowed, as head of houshold with 3 children and mother Lucinda Stubbs, age 63, niece Mattie Stubbs, age 15, living in home in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky
Census 2: 1900, Shows Julia, age 48 widowed, having 3 children and 3 living, daughter Ella Henderson, age 28, widowed w/ no children, son John, age 27 and single, as head of household, occupation unreadable, all living in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Census 3: 1910, Shows Julia, age 58 and widowed, married 6 years and head of household, having 3 children but only 2 living, daughter Ella Henderson, age 32 and widowed, are both living in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Census 4: 1920, Shows Julia, age 67, widowed, son John, age 45, single, Commerical Sales Candy, daughter Ella Henderson, age 53, widowed, all living in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Children of JOHN HAGAN and JULIA STUBBS are:
i. ELLA B3 HAGAN, b. Jul 1872, Fulton Co., Kentucky; d. 30 May 1952, Christian, Fulton Co., Kentucky; m. MR. HENDERSON, Bet. 1887 - 1900; d. Bef. 1900, Kentucky.
More About ELLA B HAGAN:
Burial: 1952, Hickman City Cemetery, Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky
Cemetery: Head stone reads 1870 - 1952
ii. JOHN C HAGAN, b. 10 Dec 1872, Fulton Co., Kentucky; d. 1962.
Notes for JOHN C HAGAN:
Found in Kentucky death index - John C Hagan age 89, death place - Fulton, residence - Fulton, death date - 8-7-1962, volume 036, Certificate - 17733, death volume - 1962 this may be John Hagan brother of Sylvester.
More About JOHN C HAGAN:
Burial: 1962, Hickman City Cemetery, Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky
Census 1: 1930, Shows John C, age 54 and single, owning his home, working as a Salesman for a Candy Co., also living in home is his sister Ella B Henderson, age 63 and widowed, in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Census 2: 1900, Shows John, age 27 and single, as head of household, occupation not readable, mother Julia, age 48 and widowed, and sister Ella Henderson, age 28, are all living in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
Census 3: 1920, Shows John, age 45, commerical Candy Salesman, living in home of mother Julia, age 67, and sister Ella Henderson, age 53, in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky.
2. iii. SYLVESTER CHATEAU HAGAN, b. 31 Oct 1875, Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky; d. 03 Sep 1936, Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois.


Generation No. 2
2. SYLVESTER CHATEAU3 HAGAN (JOHN E2, HAGAN1) was born 31 Oct 1875 in Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky, and died 03 Sep 1936 in Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois. He married LIZZIE GREGGS HARTSOOK 21 Oct 1900 in South Fulton, Obion Co. Tennessee, daughter of WILLIAM HARTSOOK and TELITHA PAYTON. She was born 07 Dec 1879 in Horsecave, Hart Co., Kentucky, and died 22 Dec 1951 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
Notes for SYLVESTER CHATEAU HAGAN:
Fulton Co., Ky. - 1874 Births - Vital Statistics
Name: Hagan, Sylvester Date: Oct. 27 Sex: M Color: W Birthplace: Fulton Co. Father: John C. Hagan Birthplace: Kentucky Mother: Julia A. Stubbs Birthplace: Kentucky
Sylvester was a prominent merchant in Cairo and Mound City Illinois, for many years, operating Dry Goods Stores. At one time he was the manager of the old Palm Theater in Mound City.
During the teens and twenties, Sylvester and family migrated between Cairo and Hot Springs, as Lizzie suffered from Arthritis, and the baths at the Hot Springs gave her great relief.
More About SYLVESTER CHATEAU HAGAN:
Burial: 1936, Hickman City Cemetery, Hickman, Fulton Co., Kentucky
Census 1: 1910, Shows Silvester C, age 33, wife "Elizabeth G", age 30, son John C, age 1 1/2, all living in Mounds, Pulaski Co., Illinois. Sylvester is working in Retail Sales and Lizzy as a Sales woman.
Census 2: 1920, Shows S C, age 45, Proprietor of Moving Pictures, wife L G, age 40, and son John, age 10, all living in Mounds, Pulaski Co., Illinois.
Census 3: 1930, Shows Sylvester "Hazen", age 50, a Proprietor of a Retail Store, his wife Lizzie G, age 42, and a Lodger "Telida Hartswood", age 60 & married at 14, all living in Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois.
Occupation: Merchant and Theater Manager
Notes for LIZZIE GREGGS HARTSOOK:
Lizzie was the first female movie projectionist union member in the newly established Union of Movie Projectionists of the United States, in about 1905.
Funeral notice ran in both The Oregonian and The Journal Newspapers, in Portland Oregon.
HAGAN --- Elizabeth, died December 22: mother of John, Brownsville, Tex., daughter of Mrs. T.C. Hartsook, city, sister of Lemuel P. Hartsook. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Thursday, Dec. 27, at 11 am, at the Chapel of McGinnis & Wilhelm, Morticians, 6637 SE Milwaukie. Concluding services Lincoln Memorial Park.
Death notice ran in the Cario Illinois Newspaper.
Mrs. Lizzie G Hagan - News has been received in Cario of the death of Mrs. Lizzie G Hagan, age 72, who died on December 22, in Cincinnati, Ohio. The body was taken to Portland, Ore., for interment. Mrs. Hagan is survived by one son, John Hagan of Brownsville, Tex., who formerly lived in Cario.
More About LIZZIE GREGGS HARTSOOK:
Aka (Facts Pg): Although born Lizzy, she was also known as Elizabeth.
Burial: 27 Dec 1951, Lincolin Memorial Park Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon, Lot 25, space 14, headstone reads "Lizzie Hagan"
Child of SYLVESTER HAGAN and LIZZIE HARTSOOK is:
i. JOHN CAMEL4 HAGAN, b. 23 Feb 1909, Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois; d. 17 Jan 1983, Quitman, Cleburne Co., Arkansas; m. LULA MYRA HOLT, 19 Mar 1928, Fulton Co., Kentucky; b. 21 Feb 1905, Milburn, Carlisle Co., Kentucky.
Notes for JOHN CAMEL HAGAN:
John's mother, Elizabeth Hartsook Hagan died December 22, 1951. The death notice that ran stated John Hagan was living in Brownsville Texas.
The following information was given by, Richard R Hagan (no relation) and Mr. & Mrs. Willis Wilson, all of Brownsville Texas, close friends of John and Myra Hagan.
John was in the Navy and durning World War II was called up in the Reserves. Through the 1950's John worked as a Meteorologist in charge of the Brownsville Texas National Weather Service Office. Later he and wife Myra moved to the Washington D.C. area. After retirement they moved to Arkansas. In about 1980 John suffered a stroke and was at the Veteran's Hospital in Kerrville, Texas, for some time, possibly until his death. John died in 1983.
After John's death, Myra kept in contact with their friends, in letters and Christmas cards. Myra moved to Kentucky. She had relatives in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois.
The following information was provided by John Hagan's grandson:
From a newspaper in Cincinnati 1942:
"Appointment of John C Hagan, river forecaster in the Weather Bureau of Albuquerque, N.M., as administrative first assistant in the U.S. Weather Bureau in Cincinnati, was announced by J. Cecil Alter, U.S. meteorologist here. Despite his youth Mr. Hagan, who is only 33, is a veteran river man, having started his career as river forecaster in the office at Cairo, Il. in 1928."
John's assignments with the U.S. Weather Bureau included Cairo, Il., Evansville, In., Ft. Worth, Tx., Albuquerque, NM., Cincinnati, Oh., Little Rock, Ar., Brownsville, TX., Washington D.C., and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
John was a well educated man having studied at the following centers of learning between 1931 and 1960: Evansville College, University of New Mexico, University of Texas, Penn State, University of California, University of Maryland and the Department of Agriculture Post Graduate School in Washington D.C.
More About JOHN CAMEL HAGAN:
Census: 1930, Shows John C, age 21, as a Weather Observer, his wife Myra L, age 24, and son William J, age 1/12, all living in Cairo, Alexander Co., Illinois
Notes for LULA MYRA HOLT:
Grandson of Myra Hagan has stated her maiden name was Holt. Myra's father died and her mother remarried a gentleman by the name of Brown. This explains the entry in the Hartsook Bible of John Hagan's marriage to Myra Brown.
Close friend, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wilson and Richard R Hagan (no relation), all of Brownsville Texas and close friends of John and Myra Hagan, all report that Myra moved to Kentucky, where relatives were living.
Before using any information, please contact me. As a rule, I have no problem sharing any information I have, that may be useful in your research, as long as you post credit.
Disclaimer: I have tried to present all my information in a factual form. All facts presented are from personal interpretation of documents viewed, and can not be held libel if incorrect.
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JUDETH HAGAN BECK : GEORGIA HAGAN's
Edward and Hearty Porch Hagan and their children and some grandchildren (with index) Hagan family; Bullard family; Hughes family; Spivey family; Deason family; Edward Hagen (1764-1866) was born in Wilkes County, Georgia and died in Coosa County, Alabama. Descendants lived in Alabama, Missouri, and elsewhre.
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1.       The Hagan DNA Project
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April 15, 2008 Greetings!

If any of you have any questions about your line, or anything that is posted on here, please feel free to ask me about it.
My email is: jsgenemail@tx.rr.com
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Another group is from Kentucky. Most of these men seem to go back to John Higgins and Elizabeth Campbell and various branches of their tree. Some have established a completed line back to John & Elizabeth. Others are searching this line for their ancestor due to the fact that their DNA matches very closely to those who HAVE established their line back to these two.

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HAGAN LINE MARKED IN YELLOW ON THE CHART ---- Line from PA; N/S Carolina; KY
12 Markers, all 7 men match each other 12/12

25 Markers, (50% match @ 3 gen) (90% match @ 10 gen) (95% match @ 13 gen)
A perfect match means you share a common male ancestor with a person who shares
your surname.
Exact match: Phillip, Tom, Garrett & Frank
Exact match: Marc, Bill & Aubrey

37 Markers (50%match @ 6 gen) (90% match @12 gen) (95% match @ 14 gen)

2 off: You are closely related with any mutations on same markers
Phillip is 2 off from --- Marc
Marc is 2 off from ----- Aubrey, Phillip, Bill, Jean K. (pronounced Gene)
Bill is 2 off from ------- Aubrey, Marc, & Jean
Aubrey is 2 off from --- Bill, Marc & Jean

3 off: You are related with same mutations on same markers.
Phillip is 3 off from ------- Frank & Tom
Marc is 3 off from --------- Tom & Frank
Tom is 3 off from ---------- Marc, Phillip & Garrett
Aubrey is 3 off from ------- Frank
Garrett is 3 off from -------- Tom
Frank is 3 off from --------- Aubrey, Marc & Phillip

4 off: If several or many generations have passed it is likely that these two lines are related through other family members. Additional testing needed to find mutation person, without finding this person the possibility of a match exists but need further evidence.
Tom is 4 off from ----------- Frank
Bill is 4 off from ------------ Phillip
Garrett is 4 off from -------- Marc & Phillip
Frank is 4 off from --------- Tom

67 Markers (50% match @ 6 gen) (90% match @ 12 gen) (95% match @ 14 gen)

1-2 off: Tightly Related. Very few people achieve this close level of a match.

closest Phillip is 2 off from ------- Marc
match Marc is 2 off from --------- Phillip & Bill
Bill is 2 off from ----------- Marc

3-4 off: Related. Your common ancestor is probably not extremely recent.

Phillip is 3 off from -------- Tom
Marc is 3 off from ---------- Tom
Garrett is 3 off from -------- Tom
Tom is 3 off from ----------- Marc, Phillip & Garrett

Phillip is 4 off from -------- Bill & Garrett
Marc is 4 off from ---------- Garrett
Bill is 4 off from ------------ Phillip
Garrett is 4 off from -------- Marc & Phillip
The above statistics were compiled by me to show the closeness of relationships (by markers) from each of the seven men shown. The results are based on information from Family Tree DNA. Below is a brief paragraph giving a little genealogy information on each of the men.
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Marc William Hagan, -- KY – Marc’s pedigree shows that his ancestry is from one of the Kentucky Hagans. His DNA match is the closest to Phillip, Bill Hagan and Aubrey, being only 2 off out of 67 markers. Phillip’s DNA matches these three, however, we have not found Phillip’s direct line back to Ky, yet! Marc, Bill and Aubrey can all trace their lines back to various children of John Hagans & Elizabeth Campbell. John & Elizabeth came from Chester, Pennsylvania. They had 10 children. They moved from PA to one of the Carolinas (N/S Carolina land was in dispute during that time).They lived there for a while and then moved on to Barren Co, Kentucky. Marc’s line goes back to John/Elizabeth’s son John, who married Piety Strait.

(Bill) Hagan – TN – Bill’s line also goes back to John/Elizabeth through another of their sons, Hugh Hagans,, line. Bill’s line goes back to John/Elizabeth’s son Hugh, who married Jean Hamilton. Bill works really hard doing his research. He has sent me many, many papers and pictures of Hagans. Thanks Bill for all your help. Bill’s DNA is only 2 markers off from Marc, but 4 markers off from Phillip. Aubrey has not been tested for 67 markers so far.

Robert Aubrey Hagan – Aubrey (Rob) goes back to James Allen Hagan 1811 KY, who was the grandson of John/Elizabeth. This seems to be verified by his DNA results, since he also matches
Marc, Bill with 2 off at the 37 marker. However, he is 4 markers off from Phillip at that same level.

NOTE: Marc, Bill and Aubrey all go back to the same family. The DNA confirms that they are all three closely related. Phillip DNA fits in with this group also, but we are still looking for a Most Common Ancestor to tie Phillip into that family.

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Boatright, William H., (1806-?) son of James Boatright, father of Beverly P. Boatright. married Martha Findley (daughter of George Findley and Nancy Hagan). Longtime Bailey neighbor until moving to Decatur County, Tennessee after 1850.
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Mary Graham, wife of William Smith, was daughter of Green GRAHAM born 1774-75 in ?? Pendleton District South Carolina OR North Carolina - Orange County?? Green Graham died 1838 in Allen County KY - he was a security for will of my ancestor, William SMITH. Green GRAHAM came to Allen County in 1815. He married Rachel CLINE in 1794 and he married secondly, Rachel SMITH (who was she?) on 22 May 1815 in Allen County KY. Green Graham was son of Edward GRAHAM Jr. The sister of Green Graham was Sarah GRAHAM who married in 1828 in Allen County to Young LOGAN. Young LOGAN was a son of Joshua LOGAN and Celia GRAHAM (married 1806 in Warren County). Young LOGAN died circa 1821 and his wife, Celia GRAHAM, was a sister of Edward Graham Jr. - Celia GRAHAM was born circa 1785 in South Carolina and married secondly, Absalom STRATTON in 1824 Allen County - in 1830 Absalom STRATTON was guardian of Nancy LOGAN, now ALLEN (married Lee ALLEN) (born circa 1808) and Clarace ( Clarissa ) LOGAN, orphan of Joshua LOGAN. Celia GRAHAM LOGAN also had a son Green GRAHAM LOGAN and Young LOGAN. A sister of Celia Graham was perhaps Tabitha GRAHAM who married J. Lane MURPHREE with permission signed by Green GRAHAM about 1806 in Warren County as well.[[[[ Also another daughter of Green GRAHAM and sister of Mary GRAHAM (wife of William SMITH) was Charlotte GRAHAM, who married on 22 Feb 1825 in Allen County KY to Levi HAGANS - they later moved to BOONE County, MO. Levi HAGANS was a Brother Hugh HAGANS and (see below) and a brother to Campbell HAGANS who married Nancy C. SMITH (see below).
Elizabeth SMITH, born in 1784 in Virginia (where?), was married about 1800 to William HAGAN or HAGANS, who was a son of John HAGANS and Elizabeth CAMPBELL. William HAGAN and wife, Elizabeth SMITH HAGANS had children: John SMITH HAGANS, Samuel CAMPBELL HAGANS, William BOYD HAGANS, James HAGANS, Hugh C. HAGANS, Nancy A. HAGANS, and Clarissa A. HAGANS ------Rev. Hugh HAGAN was the minister who married my ancestor, Obediah H (HAGAN?) SMITH to Martha Prewitt in 1838 in Allen County KY. Could Elizabeth SMITH be a relative of my ancestor, William SMITH of Allen County KY?]]]-

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Attest: HUGH HAGAN, LEVI HAGAN, E. GRAHAM DCACC Signed: JOHN PICKENS . ..... Pg 376-377 Whereas JOHN PULLIAM deceased by this last will and testament devised ... 1831 between JOHN F. STEPHENS and ELIZABETH his wife of the county of Allen and .... JOHN DIXON and brother FREDERICK DIXON late of the county of Warren ...
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Pg 357 This Indenture made ... this 29th day of Sept 1830 between JOHN PICKENS and GREEN GRAHAM both of the state of Kentucky and county of Allen ... in consideration of $200 ... convey unto the said GRAHAM.... parcel of land wherein said PICKEN lives .... E. bank of Tramels fork of Drakes Creek ... (no acreage mentioned) ... Attest: HUGH HAGAN, LEVI HAGAN, E. GRAHAM DCACC Signed: JOHN PICKENS ....
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Pg 372-373 This Indenture made ... this 29th day of June 1830 betwixt EDMUND ROGERS of Barren Co K. of one part and HUGH HAGANS of Allen Co Ky of the other part ... in consideration of the sum of $300 ... convey unto the said H. HAGANS ... parcel of land ... in the Co. of Allen Ky. on the East ?? Tramels fork of Drakes creek part of a tract of 1000 granted to EDMUND ROGERS patent bearing date the 14th of January 1794 ....containing 280 acres .... Signed: EDMD ROGERS, MARY ROGERS .... recorded February 12, 1831 Allen County KY ...
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Pg 152-153 This Indenture made ... this 4th day of Sept 1828 between WILLIAM HAGANs of the county of Allen Kentucky of the one part and DAVID STRAIT of the county and state aforesaid of the other part ...in consideration of the sum of $400 ... parcel of land situated in the county aforesaid on Tramels fork of Drakes creek beginning on CHAMBERS line and corner to JOHN HAGANS ... Signed: WILLIAM HAGANS ... ELIZABETH HAGANS wife of the grantor ... voluntarily relinquished all dower in said lands ..
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Pg 153-154 This Indenture made ... this 5th day of September 1828 between WILLIAM HAGANS and JOHN HAGANS both of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky ....said WILLIAM for and in consideration of $585 ... convey unto the said JOHN HAGANS .. parcel of land situate in the aforesaid county and state on Tramels fork of Drakes creek beginning ... ROGERs ... HOODs line ... containing 45 acres ... Signed: WILLIAM HAGANS ... ELIZABETH HAGANS wife of the grantor ... voluntarily relinquished all dower to said lands ...


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Tramels creek and bounded ... corner to JOHN HAGANS and DAVID ... April 1831 ... Test: JOHN HAGANS, F.A. CARPENTER ... September ... 1831 between JOHN FINNEY and ELIZABETH FINNEY his wife
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Pg 428 This indenture ... certify that I F.M. CHAMBERS ...in consideration of two hundred dollars ...conveyed ... parsel (sic) of land to DAVID STRAITE ... being in the county of Allen and on the waters of Tramels creek and bounded .... corner to JOHN HAGANS and DAVID STRATE .... line made between said CHAMBERS and STRATE ... this 13th day of April 1831 .... Test: JOHN HAGANS, F.A. CARPENTER Signed: F.M. CHAMBERS ... 19th day of September ... MATILDA wife of the granter .... relinquished all dower in said land ...
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Pg 429 This indenture made ... this 17th day of September 1831 between F.M. CHAMBERS of the one part and F.A. CARPENTER of the other part .... in consideration of two hundred dollars .... convey to said CARPENTER ... parcel of Land lying on the waters of Tramels Creek and being in the County of Allen and state of Kentucky and bounded ... line between said CHAMBERS and JOHN HAGANS .... road made by said CHAMBERS and DAVID STRAIT ... hollow dividing ... said CHAMBERS and JOHN H. NANNY ... to include 60 acres ... Signed. F.M. CHAMBERS ... 19th day of September 1831 ... MATILDA wife of the granter ... relinquished all dower in said land ...

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Pg 431-432 This Indenture made ... this 5th day of October 1831 between HUGH HAGANS and LEVI HAGANS both of allen county Kentucky ...in consideration of $200 ... confirmed to the said LEVI .... tract of land... said LEVI now lives ... SAMUEL WILLOBYs corner ... the said HUGH HAGAS together with his wife SALLY HAGANs who hereby relinquishes her right of dower .... Attest: GREEN GRAHAM, YOUNG LOGAN Signed: HUGH HAGANS, SALLEY (x her mark) HAGANS ....
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Pg 432-433 This Indenture made this 17th day of September ... 1831 between JOHN FINNEY and ELIZABETH FINNEY his wife of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and ACHILLIS JAMISON of the county and state aforesaid of the other part ...in consideration of the sum of $1350 ... sell ... unto the said ACHILLES JAMISON .... parcel of land ... being in the county of allen on the waters of Big barren River containing 230 acres ... Attest: SAML WICKWARE, E. MOTLEY Signed: JOHN (x his mark) FINNEY, ELIZABETH (x her mark) FINNEY ... ELIZABETH FINNEY wife to the within named JOHN FINNEY .... relinquished her right to dower ...
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Pg 328 This Indenture made ...this 17th day of July 1830 between JOHN HAGANS of Allen County and state of Kentucky of the one part and PHILIP WRIGHT of the county and state aforesaid .... in consideration of the sum of $100 ... sell ... unto the said PHILIP WRIGHT ... parcel of land lying .. in the county and state aforesaid containing by survey 25 acres ... bounded ... line between JOHN HAGINS and MOORE HINTON... to R. LANGSTONs line ... Test: F.A. CARPENTER, THO OLIVER Signed: JOHN HAGANS ....
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Pg62-63 Oct 12, 1820 ...between EDWARD WOODWERD of the Co of Allen .... Kentucky.. & WILLIAM HOOD of the county and state afsd...for.. $160... convey unto the sd WILLIAM HOOD...parsel of land... on the waters of Tramels fork of drakes creek ...WILLOWBYs line...line between EDWD THACKER and ARMID DODSON... EWd THACKERs 150 acre survey ... containing 62 acres... Wit: CAMPBELL HAGANS, MILES C. SLEETGE , JESSE HADANS Signed: EDMOND WOOWERD, REBECCA (her X mark) WOODWERD ...recorded October 12, 1820
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Pg 44-45 This Indenture made ... the 9th day of Feby 1827 between BENJAMIN JACKSON of Logan Co. of the one part & JOHN HAGANS of Allen Co of K.Y. state of the other part ...in consideration of the sum of 3 hundred dollars... parcel of land situate in Allen Co K.Y. on a branch of Trammels fork of Drakes creek Beginning ... corner where ROGERSERS upper line of one thousand acre survey ... RAGLAND LANGSTONS line ... HOWARD NANNEYs line ... BAALAM THOMPSONS ...Wit: HUGH HAGANS, JESSE HAGANS, BRIGGS STRAIT Signed: BENJAMIN JACKSON .... recorded September 29, 1827
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A river town is born
Wilton, a small community along Katy Trail State Park (milepost 157.4), began in the 1800s as Eureka Landing. This port was built by James Henry Fulkerson to take advantage of the profitable river trade.
Sometime in the 1850s, Fulkerson's prosperity led to the establishment of a post office promptly named Eureka. Early records show Fulkerson as postmaster from 1854-59. The only other postmaster of the town of Eureka was John H. Dykeman in 1862, but only for a few months and then the post office closed for good.
Around 1854, Nathan G. Hagans started a general store to break the monopoly Fulkerson had on the river trade. By the 1860s, Willis Feely also had a store at Eureka. Sometime after 1879, Eureka was lost to the ever-changing Missouri River. Today, only Eureka Bend, so noted on river maps, remains.
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How Spencer became Wilton
After Eureka, business moved inland and Wilton Post Office was established in 1875. Willis Feely was the first postmaster, and he kept the position until 1886 when Nathan G. Hagans took over the position. As word came that the Missouri Kansas and Eastern was planning to build a railroad through the area, two landowners plied for the company's affections. The town of Wilton was platted Sept. 24, 1892, by Hagans. Twelve days later, Spencer was platted by Gilpin Spencer, resulting in the development of two competing communities, practically next door to each other.
Apparently, Spencer was most successful, as the train depot was located there; however the depot was given the name Wilton. Within a year both towns became known simply as Wilton. It is believed that the name of Wilton came from postmaster Willis Feely's first name (Willis-town, or Wilton). Another local tradition states that the town was named in honor of a Boone County prosecuting attorney named J. Dee Wilton.
Modern-day Wilton
The last post office in Wilton closed Sept. 15, 1925. Passenger service on the Katy ceased in 1958, and freight service ended in 1986. No longer making its living from the river or the rail, Wilton suffered decline. The Great Flood of 1993 leveled yet another devastating blow to its 30 residents. The businesses of Fulkerson, Feely and Hagan are gone. Yet today, Wilton refuses to die. Businesses such as River View Traders (providing services to Katy Trail visitors) may yet revive Wilton well into the 21st century.

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Name: Henry A Hagan Spouse: Catherine Birth: abt 1885 - location Residence: 1930 - city, Lawrence, Tennessee * ?
Name: Catherine Hagan Spouse: Henry A Birth: abt 1896 Residence: 1930 - city, Lawrence County , Tennessee * ?
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Name: Audey Hagan Birth: abt 1916 Residence: 1930 - city, Lawrence, Tennessee * ?
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Hagan Spouse: Andrew A Birth: abt 1880 Residence: 1930 - city, Lawrence, Tennessee * ?
Name: Susie A Hagan Spouse: Andrew A Birth: abt 1880 Residence: 1930 - city, Lawrence, Tennessee * ?
HAGAN, JOHN ALLEN Sex: Male Married 18 FEB 1835

Death Dates Found In Lawrence County (TN) Chancery And County Court Petitions
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Hagan, John A. - died 1867
Hagan, John A. (deceased) was born in Kentucky December 1, 1811, son of John and Rebecca (Wilson) Hagan, and of Irish descent. He was a prominent citizen and business man of his county and succeeded in accumulating a comfortable competency for himself and family. He owned large iron works and cotton-mills, and also owned and controlled a large and paying plantation, besides being in the mercantile business, the latter consisting of three different houses--one located at Lawrenceburg, one at West Point, and the other at his home, near the cotton-mills. He afterward owned and managed a store and grist-mill, on Fall River, which he continued to manage up to the time of his death, which occurred while on a visit to his son, at Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co., Tenn., July 22, 1868. Mr. Hagan was a stanch Union man during the war, and used all his influence to keep his State from seceding. He suffered great losses in slaves and other property. February 18,1835, he wedded Mary A. Bumpass, daughter of Hartwell J Bumpass, of Giles County, Tenn., and James W., William H., John H., Francis M.A., Mary T., Etha J., Susan R., Bourgeois B., Lewis N., Marcella R., George W., Andrew A., and Charles M. are their children. Their mother was born in Lawrence County February 6, 1816. Her father, Hartwell J. Bumpass, came from South Carolina to Tennessee at an early day. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. He died about 1878. James W., John A., Hagan's eldest son, wedded Mollie E. Potts, and James A., Robert H., John W. and Alonzo A. are their children. William H., the second son, wedded Mollie E. Sykes. Their children are William J., Edward W., Minnie B. and Burgeous M. Their mother died in 1873, and he then married Mattie B. Smith, and Mattie E., Hartwell B. and Ethel May were born to them. John H. served in the late war and died at his home February 8, 1864. Francis M.A. was killed during the late war at Jackson, Miss. Mary T. died November 13, 1868. Etha J. (Mrs. Alonzo Lindsey) is the mother of the following children: Edward A., Dannie, Eugene S., Maizy, Willie, and Bessie. Susan R. died October 27, 1851. Burgeous B. married Bettie A. Powell, and to this alliance were born two children: Mary E. and Cecil. Lewis N. married Calladonia E. Dobbins, and of their four children, John E., Willie and Bessie are still living. George W. and Malenia A. Hammond were married and have no children. Andrew A. took for his wife Mary F. Appleton, who died 1884. To Charles M.'s marriage with Lurilla A. McMasters two children were born: Marcella T. and Henry. The majority of the Hagan family are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Mrs. Hagan, wife of John A. Hagan. owns 832 acres of land, which she manages, with the aid of her youngest sons. The Hagan family are highly respected citizens, and are Democrats of old-time type.
Grooms Brides Date Issued Bond-License Hagan, John A. -----Bumpass ---------------2-19-1835 B & L
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Some who played an important part in the ore operation were: John McClish, John A. Hagan, Duncan and Wyatt, AW Bumpass, Stephen Alec Carrell, Sr., ...
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Between 1860-1865 John A. Hagan gave two acres of land on Clear Creek for a church, school, and cemetery. The church-school building was named Hagan's ...
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One day at afternoon recess, students Herbert Kelton and Louis Hagan went down in the woods behind the school with a boy who had stopped by and whose father ...
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... 3rd Lieutenants Charles Herrin, John Henry Hagan, JW Childress; 1st Sergeant CW Tidwell; 2nd Sergeant MC Abernathy and Orderly Martin Van Buren Bentley. ...
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... 52 Hagan, 64 Hagan, Andrew, 53 Hagan, CM, 172 Hagan, Imogene, 145, 146 Hagan, John A., 53, 64 Hagan, John Henry, 134 Hagan, Louis, 108 Hagan's Chapel,

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Miscellaneous Lawrence County, Tennessee Marriages
Note: "Due to a fire in the early history of Montgomery County, Tennessee, formerly 'Old Tennessee County', many of the early marriage records have
been destroyed. The following are a few of the marriage records that have been preserved. The marriages of Montgomery County. E.R.W.")
Campbell, Alexander - - Bumpass, Alsey 7-1-1824 Campbell, Allen E. - - Patterson, Flora 8-20-1827 Campbell, Daniel - - McIntyre, Anytd 8-22-1835 Campbell, Hugh - - McDonald, Nancy 4-7-1818

The Bumpass Families of Early Lawrence County (continued from Vol. 1 No. 1, Fall 1997) by Viola Hagan Carpenter.
This biography of Dr. Gabriel Bumpass, a pioneer of Giles and Lawrence counties, presents interesting family stories about the life and character of this early settler. The Bumpass-Stribling Marriage Contract of 1839 between Gabriel Bumpass and Mary Sribling is transcribed from Lawrence County records. A photo of Mary Ann Bumpass, granddaughter of James Madison Bumpass is shown with additional information on her marriage to John Allen Hagan.
NANCY P. GOODMAN'S GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE©:Some Wilson County TN LANE, LAINE, GOODMAN and HOLLOWAY Marriages: 1817 August 30 GOODMAN Boswell & BUMPASS Mary
Biographies of Our Ancestors, Giles County, Tennessee, 1886, Giles Co, TNGenWeb (TNGenNet)-John A. Hagan (Wilson, Bumpass),
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Bumpass, Alpha W. b.1807 - Davidson Co. Tn
Bumpass, Eliza Jane b.1829 - Davidson Co Tn
Bumpass, Elizabeth Ann b.1812 - Davidson Co. Tn
Bumpass, FLoence Omega b.1822 - Alexander Hill was born in 1822. He married FLoence Omega Bumpass on 9 Sep 1841 in Davidson Co. Tn.
FLoence Omega Bumpass [Parents] was born in 1822. She died on 30 Mar 1905 in Nashville, Davidson Co Tn. She married Alexander Hill on 9 Sep 1841 in Davidson Co. Tn.
Bumpass, John G. b.1820 - Davidson Co. Tn
Bumpass, Martha Adele b.1818 - Davidson Co. Tn
Bumpass, Mary b.1818 - Davidson Co. Tn census idicates they were twins
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Reported Deaths, Nashville Christian Advocate, 1861; 1872-1873
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THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1861; 1872-1873
JULY-DECEMBER 1873
July 12, 1873
ANN W. LANIER d/o Rev. Edmund Lanier born Amherst Co., Va. and came to Nashville, Tenn. 1819; she and sister, Lucy B. Lanier, taught school at the old Nashville Female Academy; died July 5, 1873; buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

October 4, 1873
THOMAS A. BRUCE died Paris, Tenn. Sept. 14, 1873 in his 63rd year; born Sumner Co., Tenn. May 10, 1811; md Sarah M. Wilson 1836; officer in Seminole War; in 1842 left native county and moved to Henry Co., Tenn.; his wife died 1849 and he md Eliza C. Stubblefield; joined MECS 1866; two daughters, including Mrs. Looney, predeceased him.

October 11, 1873
PENELOPE HILL BOYD born Williamson Co., Tenn. Nov. 1827; died a few weeks ago w/o William Boyd.

December 20, 1873
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LUCY HOBSON TARVER infant d/o John B. and Lucy Tarver born March 8, 1873 and died Nov. 13, 1873.
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GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS
THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1847-1849
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January-June 1847 (Pages 1-15)
PARTHENA H. TARVER wife of Nelson Tarver; daughter of Abram and Margaret Mason; born Williamson Co., Tenn., July 22, 1801; married Dec. 20, 1847; moved to west Tenn., 1829, then to Chickasaw Co., Miss. where he she died. December 20, 1846.

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Descendants of James Boyd

Generation One
1. James1 Boyd married Martha Burns; six sons & two daughters.1 He was born in 1738 at Bedford, VA; of Scotch descent.2
He James had 6 sons and 2 daughters.3 He lived circa 1755 at SC. He was milservice James Boyd was a Virginian by birt and moved to South Carolina where he took an active part in the struggle of the colonies to gain their independance. He was unyielding in his support of the revolution and he and his family suffered severly for their well tried patriotisum. Twice their habitation was burned to the ground by Tories and they were left without shelter. Three of his sons fought in the war, John Samuel and Abraham at SC.4 He began military service on 4 Nov 1775 at SC; James enlisted in the 1st South Carolina Regiment, commanded by Col. C. Pinckey, Revolutionary War.5 He ended military service circa 1778 at Tory prison; James Boyd and one son died in a Tory prison during the war.6,7
Children of James1 Boyd and Martha Burns were as follows:
•       2. i. Samuel2 Rev, born 20 May 1763 at Craven, SC; married Isabella Higgins.
•       ii. Abraham; born circa 1765.
He was milservice Abraham served SC in the Revolutionary War circa 1778 at SC.8
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John was milservice John served SC in the Revolutionary War in 1775 at SC.9
Generation Two
2. Samuel2 Boyd Rev (James1) was born on 20 May 1763 at Craven, SC; of Scotch descent.10,11,12,13 He married Isabella Higgins, daughter of John Higgins and Elizabeth Campbell, on 12 Dec 1785 at Chester, SC.14,15,16,17 He died on 27 Nov 1835 at Home on farm, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN, at age 72; age 72 y.18,19,20 He was buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonbury, Wayne, IN.21,22,23
Private Samuel Boyd of South Carolina was a volunteer in Continental and Militia Regiments and served under Col. Roebuck, Major White and Capt. Thomas of the Militia. Also served under General Green and Col. Lee of the Regular Army.. Services were all performed in South Carolina except perhaps two months service taking the Fort of Augusta in Georgia from the British. Served during the whole time of the seige of the Fort of Ninety Six.. continued in the army as a Militia Solider until Charlestown was vacated by the enemy in December, 1782 when discharged from the service after having served between two and three years.
While Samuel was engaged in a skirmish the company was captured and he was left for dead, a ball having passed through his temple taking out his right eye.
While residing in Ninety Six District, he enlisted during 1780 under Capts. Thomas and Earle and Cols. Roebuck and Hayes. His left eye was shot out in the battle on Bush River. He was also in the battle of Augusts and the siege of Ninety Six. From the spring of 1782 to Dec. 1782, he was under Capt. Duvall and Col. Pickens. (Moved to Ky. and Ind.) A.A.672A (Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution by B.G. Moss). He was milservice Samuel was engaged in the battle on Bush River in which he lost his left eye, at the capyure of Augusta, Ga. and in the seige of ninety-six at SC.24 He began military service in 1780 at Private, SC; Samuel enlisted in SC in the spring of 1780 as a private and served one year under Captains Thomas and Earle and Col. Roebuck. Again in the spring of 1781, he enlisted as private and served one year under Col. Hays and in the spring of 1782 he enlisted as private under Captain Duvall and Col. Pickens serving until December 1782.
While Samuel was engaged in a skirmish the company was captured and he was left for dead, a ball having passed through his temple taking out his right eye.
25,26 He ended military service in Dec 1782 at SC.27 He immigrated in 1788 to KY; Samuel with his wife and one child, moved to Kentucky, where they lived 23 years.28 During the fame Kane Revival, in Kentucky, he made a profession of the Christian religion, and during the remainder of his life he labored faithfully, as a minister, for the salvation of others. During a missionary tour to the Indians, he again came near losing his life. An Indian boy thoughtlessly touched a burning brand to a keg of powder, blowing the rude hut to pieces, killing two children, and injuring Samuel Boyd, who was laid out as dead. He recovered, and for more than a score of years was an active laborer in the cause of his Master. He was a member of the Christian Church, then often termed "Newlights". As a public speaker he was earnest and animated, for one of so limited education advantages was an efficient Christian teacher. His wife lived to the age of 88 years, and died a Christian, 31 October 1852. They had ten children; all but one having lived to be married, and settled as farmers and farmer's wives, and all except one in Wayne county.
S.C. Militia-Revol War Vol III Pg 98
Death Cert Centerville Wayne Co Ind Reg 3483 Vol H20 Pg 271
N - pg 316.
29 He immigrated in 1811 to Whitewater Valley, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN; To provide home for his nine children, he removed to Whitewater Valley; and in November, 1811, he built a tent of bark and limbs of trees on Martindale's creek, 2 miles north of Jacksonburg, where he entered a quarter section of land, on which he lived until his death.30,31 He was Samuel applied for a pension which was allowed and he drew the pension until his death on 29 Aug 1832 at Pension. Samuel's children, these nine heads of families had 92 children; and these had so multiplied that it is safe to estimate the descendants of Samuel and Isabella Boyd at the present date (1871), at 550 children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren. At a social reunion of the Boyd family in 1861, 274 of them sat down to a dinner, more than one hundred and fifty being absent.
Children of Samuel2 Boyd Rev and Isabella Higgins were as follows:
•       i. James3; born 5 Dec 1786 at TN;32,33,34 married Margaret Mitchell 31 Mar 1812 at Preble, OH;35,36,37 married Hester Rubey 15 Jul 1824;38,39,40 died 29 Sep 1863 at Richmond, IN, at age 76;41,42,43 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.44,45
Children of James, Margaret & Hester:
James & Margaret Mitchell had four children:
1. Samuel "Mitchell", born 10 July 1815, died 28 August 1891, buried at Sugar Grove Cemetery; married 5 March 1840 to Mahala Fox. She died 5 July 1889 (71-1-8), buried at Sugar Grove Cemetery. To them were born seven children.
2. Caroline, married (1) 15 March 1832 to James O'Neal (They had a number of children). Married (2) 11 August 1851 to Eli Willets, they had one son.
3. Philander, married 14 February 1839 to Catherine Kepler and lived at Greenfield. He was a wealthy banker.
4. Abiram, born 28 April 1820, died 13 November 1885, Jacksonburg. Married 26 March 1840 to Nancy Hoover, daughter of Emsley Hoover, she died 10 October 1874 (54-8-5), Jacksonburg. To them were born three chil dren.
James married (2) Hester Rubey and they had six children:
5. Joseph Perry, Doctor. Moved to Missouri.
6. Alfred Dudley (youngest child), born 1837, died 1921, Mt. Zion; married 29 September 1857 to Emma Mundell, born 1839, died 1925, Mt. Zion.
7. William Elsa, lived near Greenfield.
8. Isabell Ann, married 11 June 1855 to Lewis Lesh.
9. James Ruby, married 21 August 1859 to Margaret Anthony. They moved West.
10. Amanda Eveline, married 1 January 1855, to John Burns Willett. Lived in Illinois.
•       ii. John Campbell; born 12 May 1789 at Madison, KY;46,47,48 married Susan Scott, daughter of Alexander Scott, 8 Jul 1819 at Wayne, IN;49,50,51,52,53 died 11 Dec 1872 at Dublin, Wayne, IN, at age 83;54 buried at East/Public Cemetery, Dublin, Wayne, IN.55
To John & Susan were born thirteen children.
1. Samuel Scott, born 31 March 1820, died 15 April 1888. (Doctor); married (1) 14 October 1844 to Monemia Bunnell. She died 7 January 1862. Married (2) 5 September 1865, to Louisa Vickroy, born 2 January 1827, died 25 July 1909. (She was a teacher, lecturer and writer of verse).
2. Sarah Ann, died in Kansas; married (1) 6 July 1840 to Joel Hypes. He died in 1862 in the Army. Married (2) to a Goalman (Goolman).
3. Nelson, married 28 December 1846 to Julia Ann Bunnell. Died in Des Moines, Iowa.
4. Cyntha, died 20 September 1825 (0-8-2), Jacksonburg.
5. William A., died 11 July 1864 at Battle of Rocky Face at Tunnel Hill, Georgia. He was a Major of the 84th Indiana volunteers in the Civil War. Buried at Crown Hill, Centerville.
6. Eliza Jane, married 17 September 1846 to John Commons, son of David and Rachel (Mote) Commons. They lived in either Chicago or Indianapolis.
7. John F., died about 10 years after the Civil War.
8. James W., married to Olive King 1 August 1855. Farmer, Wayne County.
9. Joseph Lewis, born 8 February 1835, died 25 May 1862 at New Albany, a private soldier in the 57th Indiana Volunteers, who died soon after the battle of Pitts burgh Landing, from exposure in the field during the Civil War. Buried at Jacksonburg.
10. Oliver C., born 1837, died 1920, Old Dublin (East Lawn).
11. Mary, married 2 April 1861 to John H. Wilt. Lived at Columbus, Ohio.
12. Martha, married 25 November 1858 to Isaac Commons, Anderson, Indiana.
13. Susan, born 1842, died 1918, buried Earlham Cemetery; married 3 May 1870 to Charles Wilson, born 1842, died 1913, buried Earlham. He was a Dentist in Richmond. Company A, 124 Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
All of whom were married, except Oliver C., who still resides with his parents. In 1857, John Boyd sold his farm and removed to Dublin, where he and his wife now reside, aged respectively, 82 and 71 years. Four of his sons and two son-in-laws enlisted in the Union Army during the late war; and three of the number, two sons and one sonin-law, laid down there lives in defense of their country.
BYC & Ti Vol III pg 60.
56 He lived in 1812 at Green's Fork, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN; Green's Fork located 2 miles east of Jacksonburg.57 He lived in 1857 at Dublin, IN; Sold his farm.58
•       iii. William; born 24 Mar 1791 at Madison, KY;59,60,61 married Mary Owens 10 Oct 1816 at Wayne, IN; Marry (Polly) Owens;62,63,64,65 married Ruth Young 6 Nov 1823 at Wayne, IN; Ruth (Martindale) Young;66,67,68,69 died 22 Sep 1846 at Harrison, Wayne, IN, at age 55;70,71,72 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.73,74
Children of William, Mary & Ruth
To William and Mary were born:
1. John, died around 1890. Lived near New Lisbon.
2. Samuel, died 29 December 1889 (72-5-14)., Jacksonburg; married 8 November 1838 to Eliza Ann Miller, born 10 March 1817, died 20 August 1817, died 20 August 1856.
Children of William and Ruth were:
1. Mary Ann, born 1824, died 1916 East Lawn, Dublin.
2. Nancy, born 1825, died 1909 East Lawn, Dublin.
3. William Martindale.
•       iv. Elizabeth; born 25 Nov 1792 at Madison, KY;75,76 married Elijah Martindale 12 Oct 1815;77,78,79 died 3 Jun 1884 at New Castle, Henry, IN, at age 91;80,81 buried at South Mound Cemetery, New Castle, IN.82
•       v. Samuel K; born 29 Jun 1794 at KY;83,84,85,86 married Martha Lewis, daughter of John Lewis, 10 Apr 1817 at Wayne, IN;87,88,89,90,91 married Bethany Ladd 29 Jan 1829 at Wayne, IN; MR has Parthena Ladd;92,93,94,95 died 22 Oct 1888 at Centerville, Wayne, IN, at age 94; widowed;96,97,98 buried at Mt Zion Cemetery, Williamsburg, Wayne, IN; Samuel K & Martha are buried at Williamsburg or Mt Zion Cemetery, Green Twp, Wayne, IN - stone at both locations.99,100
He (an unknown value). Children of Samuel, Martha & Bethany
Samuel had by his wife Martha five daughters:
1. Priscilla, married 19 January 1837 to James Clemens, and resided at Linnville, Randolph County.
2. Narcissa, died 10 December 1869 (50-4-3) Zion, Williamsburg; married 21 April 1839 to John Chamness, of Williamsburg.
3. Sarah Ann, married 29 February 1844 to Joseph Lomax, a lawyer at Kalamazoo, Michigan.
4. Evelina, born 1823, died 1896 Earlham; married 16 June 1842 to William A. Peella, born 1819, died 1902, buried Earlham.
5. Martha, married 13 March 1845 to Pleasant Harris, and resided at Somerset, Wabash County.
6. James, died 25 December 1833 (4-1-17), buried Zion, Williamsburg.
Samuel and Bethany's children were:
7. Isabella, married 25 October 1857 to Thomas Fagan, of Williamsburg.
8. William L., married to Rebecca Martin; resided at Chester.
9. Catherine (Kate), married 20 December 1856 to William Goodrich, and resided at Dunkirk, Jay County.
10. Mary, died 10 June 1861 (22-3-1) Zion, Williamsburg; married 9 January 1858 to John Keever, of New Garden, where she died in 1861.
11. Bethany, born 1846, died 1929, Crown Hill, Centerville; married 28 November 1888 to John Lashley, born 27 August 1845, died 1931, Crown Hill.
12. Samuel K. Jr., died 23 July 1872 (23-8-0) Zion, Williamsburg. Unmarried.
13. John C., died 19 September 1848 (11-8-12) Mt. Zion, Williamsburg.
14. Amanda, died young.
15. Joseph L., died 14 December 1865 (24-7-15) Mt. Zion, Williamsburg.
16. Hannah, died 14 February 1851 (7-2-4) Mt. Zion, Williamsburg.
Of the other four, James, John, and Amanda died young; and Joseph L., in 1865, the day of his discharge from the United States Army, in Texas.
101 He lived after 1817 at Williamsburg, Wayne, IN; settled 1 1/2 miles north-east from Williamsburg.102 He was (an unknown value) on 22 Oct 1888 at Farmer, Wayne, IN.103
•       vi. Lard Lard died in infancy; born circa 1795; died at infancy.104,105
•       vii. Robert; born 24 Oct 1798;106,107 married Marcissa Stinson, daughter of James Stinson and Mary (--?--), 22 Feb 1821 at Wayne, IN; Stinson or Stevenson;108,109,110 died 24 Feb 1853 at New Castle, IN, at age 54;111,112 buried at Batson Cemetery, New Castle, IN.113
To Robert and Narcissa were born:
1. James M., born 31 August 1838. Lived in Henry County. Married 1 January 1854 to Pamelia Hunt, daughter of John and Margaret (Mullen) Hunt, born 20 October 1832.
2. Alcanda, died in infancy.
3. William L., born 12 March 1822; married (1) 18 August 1846 to Hannah Ann Peed. She died 28 October 1852. Mar ried (2) to Martha J. Hixson. Married (3) 31 January 1865 to Harriett A. Carter.
4. Martha Jane, married to James C. Peed.
5. Louisa, married to James C. Peed. (She was his second wife).
6. Mary, died 25 October 1896; married 4 September 1860 to Henry Thomas Bond. He was born 10 February 1827.
•       viii. Martha; born 27 Nov 1800;114,115 married Joseph Lewis 22 Mar 1818;116,117,118 died 22 Oct 1882 at Williamsburg, Wayne, IN, at age 81;119 buried at Mt Zion Cemetery, Williamsburg, IN.120
•       3. ix. Mary Polly, born 28 Dec 1802 at Adair, KY; married Abner Marshall Bradbury.
•       x. Isabella; born 26 Apr 1805;121,122 married William Ladd 6 Dec 1825;123,124 died 16 Sep 1854 at Marion, IN, at age 49; d Sep 14, 1864.125,126
Generation Three
3. Mary Polly3 Boyd (Samuel2, James1) was born on 28 Dec 1802 at Adair, KY; b 1 10 1803.127,128,129,130,131 She married Abner Marshall Bradbury, son of David Bradbury and Susan Craig, on 8 Mar 1821 at Wayne, IN; Bk A Pg 40.132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140 She died on 16 Feb 1890 at Cambridge City, Wayne, IN, at age 87; 87-1-6.141,142,143,144 She was buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.145
She appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.146 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Milton, Harrison, Wayne, IN.147
Children of Mary Polly3 Boyd and Abner Marshall Bradbury were as follows:
•       4. i. Isabel4, born 21 Dec 1821 at Wayne, IN; married James Leeson.
•       5. ii. Carolyn, born 22 Sep 1823 at Wayne, IN; married James Russell.
•       iii. William Harvey; born 23 Oct 1825 at Jacksonburg, OH;148 married Jane Kinley 30 Aug 1846 at Wayne, IN; WC Bk E Pg 78;149,150,151,152 died 1918 at IN;153 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.154
•       iv. Elizabeth; born 1827 at IN;155,156 married Isaac Harned 8 Oct 1857; WC Bk G, p 222;157,158 died 27 Feb 1921 at IN;159 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.160
She appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.161
•       v. James L; born 1829 at IN;162,163 married Eveline Nicholson 23 Mar 1851.164,165,166
He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.167 He lived circa 1851 at New Castle.
•       vi. Martha; born 1831 at IN;168,169 married Josephus Mundell 28 Mar 1853; WC Bk F, p 137;170,171 died 1916 at IN;172 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.173
She appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.174
•       vii. Samuel B; born 1832;175,176 married Margaret Ann O'Neal 18 Oct 1852 at Wayne, IN; WC Bk F, pg 58.177,178,179
He Samuel resided at Winchester. He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.180 He lived circa 18 Oct 1852 at Winchester.
•       viii. Daniel M; buried at Williamsburg Cemetery, Green, Wayne, IN;181 born 1834;182,183,184 married Sarah Jane Ballenger 26 Dec 1857 at IN; WC Bk G, p 263;185,186,187,188 died 18 Nov 1924.189,190
He Daniel resided at Indianapolis. He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.191 He lived circa 26 Dec 1857 at Indianapolis, IN.
•       6. ix. Robert Burns, born 9 Feb 1836 at IN; married Sarah Townsend; married Sarah C Connelly.
•       7. x. Albert W, born 30 Dec 1838 at Wayne, IN; married Francis S Hatfield.
•       xi. Mary; born 25 Dec 1840 at Wayne, IN;192,193 died 30 Sep 1855 at Wayne, IN, at age 14;194 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.195
She appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.196
•       xii. Allison Milton Dr; married Sarah Burr;197,198 born 1842 at IN.199,200,201
He was (an unknown value) at Physician at Milton. He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.202 He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Milton, Harrison, Wayne, IN.203
•       xiii. Walter; born 17 Jul 1847 at Wayne, IN;204 died 16 Aug 1848 at Wayne, IN, at age 1;205 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.206
•       xiv. Emma; born 1849 at IN;207,208,209,210 died 19 Nov 1922 at Wayne, IN; unmarried;211,212 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.213,214
She appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.215 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Milton, Harrison, Wayne, IN.216
Generation Four
4. Isabel4 Bradbury (Mary3Boyd, Samuel2, James1) was born on 21 Dec 1821 at Wayne, IN.217,218 She married James Leeson on 22 Oct 1848; WC Bk E, p 273.219,220,221 She was buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.222 She died on 18 Feb 1880 at Wayne, IN, at age 58; In Isabel Leeson's obit it listed a nephew, Leeson H. James, 3 nieces, Gertrude James, Agnes James and Blanche Boyd.223,224
Children of Isabel4 Bradbury and James Leeson were as follows:
•       i. William5; born circa 1850.
He William living in Atlanta, Iowa in 1936.225
•       ii. George P; born 30 Mar 1851;226 died 22 Apr 1853 at IN at age 2;227 buried at Jacksonburg Cemetery, Jacksonburg, Wayne, IN.228
•       iii. Charles; born 1854;229 died 10 Dec 1932 at IN;230 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.231
•       iv. Emma; born 1859;232 died 23 Jun 1930 at IN;233 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.234
•       v. Isabel H; born 1865;235 died 11 Nov 1936 at IN;236 buried at Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, IN.237
•       vi. Mary J; born 20 Dec 1856 at Wayne, IN;238 died 1 Jun 1891 at Germantown, IN, at age 34.239
5. Carolyn4 Bradbury (Mary3Boyd, Samuel2, James1) was born on 22 Sep 1823 at Wayne, IN.240,241,242,243 She married James Russell on 28 Aug 1842 at Wayne, IN; WC Bk D Pg 107.244,245,246,247,248,249 She died on 10 Dec 1903 at Anderson, Madison, IN, at age 80. She was buried on 12 Dec 1903 at West Maplewood Cemetery, West Maplewood, Anderson, IN.
She appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison, Wayne, IN; Real Estate Value 300.250 She appeared on the census of 1860 at Twp Monroe, PO Parker, Randolph, IN.251 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Parker, Monroe, Randolph, IN.252 She appeared on the census of 16 Aug 1870 in the household of 1870 US Census at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN; Value Real Estate 3500, Value Personal Property 577.253 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1880 in the household of 1880 US Census at Monroe, Madison, IN.254 She lived in 1896 at 172 S Madison Ave, Anderson, IN; Caroline, wid J.M.255
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Children of Carolyn4 Bradbury and James Russell were as follows:
•       i. Mary B5; born 5 Jul 1843 at Jacksonburg, OH; 1850 & 1860 census shows birth in Indiana;256,257,258,259,260 married James Flood, son of Edward Flood and Martha Harrison, 22 Jul 1861 at Winchester, Randolph, IN; Married by Rev. Marrow Armstrong; died 26 Nov 1928 at Ind. State Soliders Home, Wabash, Tippecanoe, IN, at age 85; Mary B. Flood died while at the Soldiers home. Her residence was Wabash Twp., Tippecanoe Co. (residence of 7 mos 13 days);261 buried 2 Dec 1928 at East Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison, IN; stone has Chas M; Mary B; Walter E Flood.262
She appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison, Wayne, IN; Real Estate Value 300.263 She appeared on the census of 1860 at Twp Monroe, PO Parker, Randolph, IN.264 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Parker, Monroe, Randolph, IN.265 She lived on 16 Apr 1870 at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN; Living with James her father.266 She appeared on the census of 16 Aug 1870 in the household of 1870 US Census at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN; Value Real Estate 3500, Value Personal Property 577.267 She lived between 26 Apr 1871 and 13 May 1882 at Alexandria Twp, Madison, IN; Alvin Russell - Melton W. Russell. She lived on 1 Jun 1880 at Living with son James, Monroe, Madison, IN.268 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1880 in the household of 1880 US Census at Monroe, Madison, IN.269 She lived in 1896 at 52 Nellie, Anderson, IN.270 She lived on 7 Jun 1900 at Living with her son Charles, Monroe, Randolph, IN.271 She appeared on the census of 7 Jun 1900 in the household of 1900 US Census at Monroe Twp, Orestes, Madison, IN.272 She lived in 1902 at Anderson, IN; Mary B. (wid James); living with Charles her son.273 She was (an unknown value) on 9 Oct 1916 at Widows pension, Orestes, Madison, IN. She was (an unknown value) on 4 Aug 1922 at pension was $50. per month.
•       ii. Milton W; born Oct 1844 at IN;274,275,276,277 married Charity (--?--) Oct 1870 at IN.278,279
He appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison, Wayne, IN; Real Estate Value 300.280 He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Parker, Monroe, Randolph, IN.281 He appeared on the census of 16 Aug 1870 in the household of 1870 US Census at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN.282 He was (an unknown value) on 16 Aug 1870 at Working on farm, Monroe, Madison, IN.283 He lived on 16 Aug 1870 at On farm with father James, Monroe, Madison, IN.284 He was (an unknown value) on 1 Jun 1900 at Day Laborer, Anderson, Madison, IN.285 He lived on 1 Jun 1900 at 429 W Second St, Anderson, Marion, IN.286 He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1900 in the household of 1900 US Census at 429 W Second St, Anderson, Madison, IN.287
•       iii. Flora; born 1860 at IN.288,289
She appeared on the census of 16 Aug 1870 in the household of 1870 US Census at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN; Value Real Estate 3500, Value Personal Property 577.290 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1880 in the household of 1880 US Census at Monroe, Madison, IN.291
•       iv. Emma; married Samuel Davis; born 1862 at IN;292,293 died 5 Aug 1921 at IN; age 60y at death;294 buried at West Maplewood Cemetery, West Maplewood, Anderson, IN; Lot 362 with father James.295
She appeared on the census of 16 Aug 1870 in the household of 1870 US Census at PO Mercury, Monroe, Madison, IN; Value Real Estate 3500, Value Personal Property 577.296 She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1880 in the household of 1880 US Census at Monroe, Madison, IN.297
•       v. Martha; born 1848 at IN.298
She appeared on the census of 28 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison, Wayne, IN; Real Estate Value 300.299
•       vi. (--?--); born 1859 at IN; Not named in census.300
She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Parker, Monroe, Randolph, IN.301
6. Robert Burns4 Bradbury (Mary3Boyd, Samuel2, James1) was born on 9 Feb 1836 at IN.302,303,304 He married Sarah Townsend in 1857.305,306,307 He married Sarah C Connelly on 15 Jan 1872 at IN.308 He died in 1914.309
He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.310 He lived circa 1857; Robert resided at Cambridge. He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Milton, Harrison, Wayne, IN.311 He was (an unknown value) on 1 Jun 1860 at Farm Laborer, Harrison, Wayne, IN.312
There were no children of Robert Burns4 Bradbury and Sarah Townsend.
Children of Robert Burns4 Bradbury and Sarah C Connelly were as follows:
•       i. Jesse S5; born circa 1873.
•       ii. Nora Lee; born circa 1874.
•       iii. Robert Burns; born circa 1875.
7. Albert W4 Bradbury (Mary3Boyd, Samuel2, James1) was born on 30 Dec 1838 at Wayne, IN.313,314,315,316,317 He married Francis S Hatfield, daughter of Jones Hatfield, on 27 Oct 1861.318,319,320 He died on 25 Dec 1917 at Cambridge City, Wayne, IN, at age 78; widower.321,322 He was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge, Wayne, IN; widower.323
He was (an unknown value) at Hardware merchant.324 He appeared on the census of 27 Sep 1850 in the household of 1850 US Census at Harrison Twp, Wayne, IN; Farmer.325 He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1860 in the household of 1860 US Census at PO Milton, Harrison, Wayne, IN.326
Children of Albert W4 Bradbury and Francis S Hatfield were as follows:
•       i. Sarah5; born circa 1868; died circa 1869.
•       ii. Mary E; born 1863; died 1953 at Wayne, IN;327 buried at Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge, Wayne, IN.328
She Mary m Frank H. (Ohmet?). born to them Albert B. 1894.
•       iii. Alice; born circa 1865;329 died circa 1937 at Wayne, IN;330 buried at Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge, Wayne, IN.331
•       iv. Gertrude; born 1871; died 1960 at Wayne, IN;332 buried at Riverside Cemetery, Cambridge, Wayne, IN.33
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3. Bourbon County Will Abstracts
Jesse Fitzgerald, Edward Campbell. ROBERT ALLEN-Will ... of age; children, Samuel, Elizabeth and Caty; wife, Agness ... Montgomery County; daughters Elizabeth Bruce, Rachel Martin,
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Kentucky Records, Volume I
BOURBON COUNTY WILL ABSTRACTS
(Contributed by Mrs. William Breckenridge Ardery, Jemima Johnson Chapter, Paris, Kentucky)
Note: The information contained on these pages are "as is;" that is, I scanned them directly from the "Kentucky Records." Therefore, they retain all of the original formatting, spelling (and misspelling) of the original documents.
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HUGH CAMPBELL-Will Book C, page 538-Names wife, Jean; two youngest sons, Charles and Greenberry; "all of my family," eldest son, William; daughter, Sally Homes; five eldest sons, William, Hugh, John, James and Lewis; children of age and those not; brother, Charles Campbell. Executors: sons, William and Hugh. Written January 10, 1807. Proved June 1809. Witnesses--Joseph, Wallace, David Jameson, Jas. Malcom.
JOHN G. CAMPBELL-Will Book G, page 395-Nameswife, Anne Campbell; children. Executors: Anne Campbell and James Campbell. Written July 22, 1826. Proved September, 1826. WitnessesJames Brown, Mason Talbott, Peter Hedges.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL-Will Book E, page 316-Names son, William Campbell, land where John Lyons now lives, adjoining James Lamme and Thos. Dawson; son, Robert; son, James, son John; daughter, Sally Campbell (Bible), daughter, Anna, deceased; daughter, Molly Simpson. Executor-Son, Robert Campbell. Written April 13, 1815. Proved June Court, 1815. Witnesses-Thos. Wornall, Lander Barber, Jas. Lamme, John Lyon.
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ROBERT ALLEN-Will Book H, page 22-Those mentioned-wife, Elizabeth W. Allen. Made December 14, 1827. Executor, fatherin-law, John M. Jameson. Proved February Court, 1828. Witnesses-Elijah Covington, Henry Batterton, Jeremiah D. Sadler, A. W. Bills.
JOHN ALLEN-Will Book E, page 334-Those mentioned-wife, Jane Allen; children, Thomas (Thos. Otway Allen) Allen, William S. Allen, Granville Allen, Sterling Allen, Tandy Allen, (Frank Jones Allen) Allen, Julia Ann Allen, Jane Quarles Allen, John B. Allen, George Allen, Gabriel Allen. Written August, 1815. Proved September, 1815. Executors-Wm. S. Allen, Sterling Allen, Tandy Allen, Frank Allen. Witnesses-Z. Easton, W. Sanford, John Parrish, Wm. Mosby.
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10. Bourbon County Tax List, 1795
Burk, Elizabeth ... Campbell, Duncan Campbell, Frances Campbell, George Campbell, Hugh Campbell, James Campbell, John Campbell, Mary Campbell, Robert Campbell, William. Campbell, ... Elizabeth
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Boyd, John
Boyd, Lary
Boyd, Thomas (Exempt)
Campbell, Duncan
Campbell, Frances
Campbell, George
Campbell, Hugh
Campbell, James
Campbell, John
Campbell, Mary
Campbell, Robert
Campbell, William.
Campbell, William Jr
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Biography of COL John Hinkson
Agnes "Nancy." Nancy eventually married John Haggin. John's father ... the house of John Campbell in Ligonier (formerly the ... kinsmen like John Haggin who married his niece, Nancy,
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Biography of COL John Hinkson:
Pennsylvania and Kentucky Frontiersman
by Robert E. Francis
With Great Assistance from Jim Sellars
First Visitors and Improvers.-From a comparison of numerous depositions of the visitors themselves, taken between the years 1793 and 1821, in several large land-suits in Mason, Nicholas, Bourbon, Harrison, Pendleton, Fayette, and other counties, it appears that a company of fifteen men (in after years frequently called "Hinkson's Company ")-John Hinkson, John Haggin, John Martin, John Townsend, James Cooper, Daniel Callahan, Patrick Callahan, Matthew Fenton, George Gray, Wm. Hoskins, Wm. Shields, Thomas Shores, Silas Train, Samuel Wilson, (only 15 or 16 years old,) and John Woods-in March and April, 1775, came down the Ohio and up the Licking river, in canoes, in search of lands to improve. They landed at the mouth of Willow creek, on the east side of Main Licking, four miles above the forks (where Falmouth now is); and on account of high water and rainy weather remained two nights and a day. "The hackberry tree out of which Sam. Wilson cut a johnny-cake board, in the point at the mouth of the creek, was still standing in 1806, 31 years after." (Seven of them, on their way home in the ensuing fall, stopped at the same place and "barbaqued enough meat to carry them home.") They proceeded on up the Licking to near the Lower Blue Licks, "where Bedinger's mill was in 1805," thence took the buffalo trace to the neighborhood between Paris and Cynthiana-where they "improved"' lands, made small clearings, built a cabin for each member of the company, named after some of the company Hinkston and Townsend creeks, and Cooper's run, and afterwards settled Hinkston and Martin's stations. John Townsend, on Townsend creek, and John Cooper, on the waters of Hinkston, raised corn in 1775, from which the latter furnished seed to a number of improvers in the same region in 1776."2
On April 3, 1768, John purchased land at the "Squirrel Hill Old Town" on the Conemaugh river, in Fairfield township, Bedford County (later became Westmoreland), Pennsylvania. Squirrel Hill was the site of an old Indian village. In 1771, John Hinkson and his neighbors built a road from his plantation at Squirrel Hill to neighbor Arthur St. Clair's mill, then onward to Ligonier. The Bedford County record of this undertaking is as follows:
"On petition of Robert Hanna, Esq., James Pollock, and others, setting forth that they labor under many inconveniences for want of a road leading through the township of Fairfield, the same beginning at the plantation of John Hinkson at Squirrel Hill on Conemaugh, from thence the nighest and best road to Arthur St. Clair's mill, from thence the nighest and best road to Ligonier. Ordered that John Hinkson, John Ward, Thomas Jameson, James Pollock, Garret Pendergast Jr., & Samuel Shannon do view the same and make return at the next Court pursuant to Act of Assembly.
"In pursuant of an order of the court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace at last July Term to view and lay out a road from the plantation of John Hinkson at Squirrel Hill on Connymach in the township of Fairfield, the nighest and best way, to the mill of Arthur St. Clair Esq., and from thence to Ligonier; John Hinkson, John Woods, Thomas Jameson, James Pollock, and Garret Pendergrast, five persons appointed to view and lay out the same, do make return that they find the said road necessary and have laid it out in the following manner, viz; Beginning at a black oak at ma corner of John Hinkston's fence (description of road) to the house of John Campbell in Ligonier (formerly the property of Tom Green), which road the Court does confirm and orders to be opened as it is laid out (blank space) feet in breadth." 17
John's half-brother William, who by now had married Elizabeth McClintock and had two small children, Nancy and John, lived in nearby Armstrong Township18 along the Conemaugh river at the juncture of Stoney Run, just west of Squirrel Hill. We are fortunate to have an exceptional journal account of the McCunes, written by the Presbyterian missionary, David McClure. Though the account takes us somewhat afield from our subject, it nevertheless provides a fascinating snapshot of the rugged conditions of life in the Pennsylvania wilderness:
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Hinkson's settlement was among the first in Kentucky. To give an idea of the white population of the Kentucky frontier of 1775, Charles Gano Talbert writes
Scattered over a wide area other men were planting corn and building cabins. Some of these were associated with one or another of the four settlements, while others were operating alone. Isaac Campbell and Benjamin Pettit were near St. Asaph's, Richard Calloway, his nephew Flanders Calloway, and James Estill were on Otter Creek, John Hinkston and John Martin were on the South Fork of Licking River, William Gillespie was on Boone's Creek, and James Knox was on Beargrass Creek. Squire Boone, Daniel's brother, left Harrodsburg long enough to mark a claim in what is today Shelby County."54



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