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GENERAL INFOMATION ON HAGANS [ Example : JAMES CONRAD HAGANS
Posted by: William Hagan (ID *****3496) Date: August 01, 2010 at 17:08:47
In Reply to: Re: John Hagans died Barren Co. KY. 1806 by William Hagan of 327

Ringgold County IAGenWeb Project
1) John Smith HAGANS born March 5, 1801, Barren Co. KY; died Aug. 1, 1872 ... Sept. 23, 1807, Kentucky; died June 18, 1881, Ukiah, Mendocino Co. CA 4) James Conrad HAGANS 5) Hugh C ... iagenweb.org/ringgold/biographical/bio-hagansjc.html · Cached page Compiled and submitted by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2009
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JAMES CONRAD HAGANS
James C. HAGANS was born on October 8, 1809, the son of William HAGANS and Elizabeth (SMITH) HAGANS. William HAGANS was born November 11, 1769, in North Carolina. Elizabeth (SMITH) HAGANS was born March 24, 1784, in Virginia. William and Elizabeth were married circa 1800 in Virginia, and were the parents of seven children:
1) John Smith HAGANS
born March 5, 1801, Barren Co. KY; died Aug. 1, 1872, Santa Rosa CA
2) Samuel Campbell HAGANS
born Jan 18, 1805; died circa 1855, Boone Co. MO
3) William Boyd HAGANS
born Sept. 23, 1807, Kentucky; died June 18, 1881, Ukiah, Mendocino Co. CA
4) James Conrad HAGANS
5) Hugh C. HAGANS
born June 19, 1814
6) Nancy A. HAGANS
born July 31, 1816; married Reuben WANGER
7) Clarissa A. HAGANS
born circa 1824; died Dec. 14, 1914, Mendocino Co. CA
married 1st F. F. EDDY (ca. 1817-1886); married 2nd Shadra K. GREENE
James Conrad HAGANS enlisted with Captain Jesse CLAYWELL's Company which was with the 4th Regiment of the 3rd Brigade of the Illinois Mounted Volunteers. The 3rd Brigade of the Illinois Mounted Volunteers were called into service during the Black Hawk War upon the requisition of General Henry ATKINSON by Illinois Governor John REYNOLD's proclamation on May 15, 1832. Among those on the roster of Capt. CLAYWELL's Company are:
Samuel Campbell HAGANS, from Sangamon County, Illinois, Private
William Boyd HAGANS, from Sangamon County, Illinois, 2nd Corporal
James C. HAGANS, from Sangamon County, Illinois, 3rd Corporal
Capt. CLAYWELL's Company was organized on June 5, 1832, and took up line of march on the 10th of June for the place of rendevouz, arriving on June 14th, 1832. The company was mustered out of service on June 20th, 1832, drawing six days of traveling rations.
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BLACK HAWK WAR In 1804 the Native Americans residing along the Mississippi River in northern Illinois lost their ancestral lands in a disputed treaty which was signed in Saint Louis, Missouri. The contention was that the Sac Nation was not informed of the treaty and those who signed the treaty were not representatives of the Sac People. The United States Government insisted that the treaty was legal and therefore binding. Under the leadership of Chief Black Hawk (Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kish or "Black Sparrow Hawk"), the Sac and Fox returned to their homeland in May of 1832. This action created mass hysteria and widespread panic among the White settlers. In response, Illinois Governor REYNOLDS immediately called up a militia. Those responding to the call included a young Abraham LINCOLN.
During June of 1832, both the militia and regular army were unsuccessful in locating Chief Black Hawk's band. In July, Chief Black Hawk and his People were pursued across northern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin. There was a major engagement at Wisconsin Heights prior to a final routing at Bad Axe on the Mississippi River where dozens of Sac, including women, children, and the elderly, were killed. Of the 500 Sac People who were with Chief Black Hawk, only approximately 150 survived.
Chief Black Hawk, one of the survivors, was forced to surrender, then was sent East where he was paraded around through the Eastern cities as though he were a captured animal. The public, however, greeted him with a hero's welcome.
Chief Black Hawk returned to Iowa, finding himself admired by the Iowa settlers. He often accepted an invitiation to address sessions of the territorial legislature. At his last public apperance on July 4, 1837, he said, "A few summers ago I was fighting against you. I did wrong, perhaps, but that is past. It is buried, let it be forgotten. Rock River was beautiful county. I loved my towns, my cornfields, and the home of my People. it is yours now. Keep it as we did."
Chief Black Hawk died on October 3, 1837 in his lodge with his wife Asshewaqua (Singing Bird) beside him. He was 70-years-old.
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James Conrad HAGANS married Harriet W. TAYLOR on December 23rd of 1833 in Sangamon County, Illinois. Harriet W. (TAYLOR) HAGANS was born December 23, 1815. James and Harriet were the parents of six children:
1) Jasper N. HAGANS
born Dec. 11, 1835, McDonough Co. IL
died Feb. 16, 1892, Mount Ayr IA
married Mar 22, 1857, Sarah Jane SOLES (1840-1920)
Jasper and Sarah were interred at Oakdale Cemetery, Ringgold Co. IA

2) Sylvester James G. HAGANS
born Oct. 28, 1847, Sangamon Co. IL; died Oct. 20, 1918, Ringgold Co. IA
married Louisa Permelia HOPKINS (1838-1925)
Sylvester & Louisa interred Oakdale Cemetery, Ringgold Co. IA

3) Clarinda HAGANS
born Dec. 23, 1839, Ogle Co. IL; Dec. 18, 1932, Strong City, Chase Co. KS
married March 21, 1858, Ringgold Co. IA Thomas Jefferson HARVEY (1835-1918)

(4) Charles HAGANS
born March 31, 1842, Ogle Co. IL; died July 13, 1892, NE
married Sept. 1, 1870, Des Moines Ruth Jane STRATTON (1842-1923)

5) Bird HAGANS
born Jan. 18, 1844, MO
died April 23, 1874, Redding, Ringgold Co. IA
married Nov. 22, 1865, Ringgold Co. IA Elizabeth Jane TARDY (1845-1916)
Bird and Elizabeth's daughter Blanche died at the age of two years.
Bird and Elizabeth's daughter Dora A. died at the age of six weeks, two days.
Bird, Elizabeth, Dora A. and Blanche were interred at Oakdale Cemetery,
Ringgold Co. IA

6) George Washington HAGANS
born Aug. 17, 1845, MO; died 1845
Harriet died on August 19, 1845, in Missouri, two days after the birth of her sixth child, George Washington.
James' biographical sketch in the History of Ogle County, Illinois states that he was one of the first justices of the peace in the county.
James Conrad HAGANS married second on January 12, 1847 in Green County, Missouri, to Tabitha BANDFIELD, born in Tennessee on November 22, 1826. James and Tabitha were the parents of three children:
1) Elizabeth HAGANS
born in 1848, IL; died Oct. 10, 1927, McPherson KS
married Ringgold Co. IA Gustavus Adolphus KINDBLADE (1851-1921)

2) William Campbell HAGANS, born July 4, 1851, IL

3) George Karr HAGANS
born Oct. 14, 1853, Springfield IL; died Sept 18, 1935, Beaverton OR
married June 25, 1876, MO Cordelia Ann HARROW (1855-1921)
James Conrad HAGANS and his family moved to the newly formed Ringgold County, Iowa, sometime around the year 1855. In election of county officers shortly after the establishment of Mount Ayr as the county seat on June 9, 1855, James C. HAGANS was appointed as the county judge. James HAGANS was among the 34 citizens who voted in this first Ringgold County election.
In what was probably his first offical duty, Judge HAGANS settled financial matters with Judge LOWE of Taylor County on June 29, 1855. Ringgold County was formed from Taylor County. Apparently Taylor County owed Ringgold County $1.45. With the account settled, Ringgold County began operations from this small capital.
On December 24, 1855, the second marriage license in Ringgold County was issued to Josiah TURNER and Eliza Ann SCOTT. Judge HAGANS performed the wedding ceremony on the same day.

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Spring Hill Cemetery
... on a parcel carved out of Jasper O ... to join her brothers John and Samuel Finley in Sonoma. Nancy J ... Wm. Zilhart are buried at Spring Hill, (William was on the 1853 Hagans ...www.wendtroot.com/cockrill/d0011/d0011notes/SpringHillCemetery.html · Cached page
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This nearly forgotten cemetery is located on a parcel carved out of Jasper O'Farrell's Spanish land grant, the Rancho Canada de Jonive land grant, and later developed by James Madison McReynolds as his Spring Hill Farm. McReynolds buried his first wife in an unused section of the farm and later allowed it to be used as a local cemetery by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The church dissappeared quickly but the cemetery continued to be used since that time. McReynold's second wife, along with several other family members and neighbors have found their final rest there. Presently, its address is listed at 9380 Bodega Highway on the edge of the Analy Township between Freestone and Sebastopol. The most complete, known inventory of the cemetery was produced by Edith C. Merritt and Pauline Whitney Olson, who had done a walk through for the DAR some time between 1934 and 1941. As one can see by the photos here, the site had fallen into a bad state of maintanence and is in constant danger of being completely overgrown by brush. Like many old cemeteries, it has been the target of vandals, and many of its stones are knocked down, damaged, lost or "stolen to make fireplace hearths."
Susan Zeni, a McReynolds' Family researcher, has been attempting to find support to recover and preserve this small rural cemetery, before it is lost through the deterioration of time or declared an abandoned privately owned cemetery to be auctioned off to the highest bidder for back taxes. The following documentation and photos have been collected by Susan in her quest since 2004 to save this cemetery.

From Susan Zeni (email 17 Apr 2004):
I thought I would try to find the Spring Hill Cemetery.... It was quite an adventure. The address of the cemetery is 9380 Bodega Hwy, Sebastopol, CA. But it really seems to be on Spring Hill School Road. If it weren't for some neighbors outside that I stopped and asked, we never would have found the place. It is overgrown to the point of being unrecognizable from the road. Jacob and Anna as well as many other McReynolds and Finleys are all buried there. It is an unmarked and untended cemetery full of Eucalyptus, oak, and Redwood trees, Vinca vines (with the bluish-purple flowers) and poison oak. I took over 40 pictures of the cemetery and gravestones - I found it very atmospheric and peaceful.


Other wagon train pioneer families at Spring Hill - The daughters of Wm. Zilhart are buried at Spring Hill, (William was on the 1853 Hagans-Cockrill wagon train and married Martha Ann Gaulden, who was also part of the 1853 party), Mary Frances Gaulden and her sister, Elizabeth Patience Gaulden both were on early wagon trains - Elizabeth Patience came with her husband James Madison McReynolds in 1852. Mary Frances Gaulden came to Sonoma on the 1853 Hagans-Cockrill wagon train with her widowed mother, Martha Ann Hendricks Gaulden, and Martha Ann Gaulden (later Zilhart) mentioned above. After Elizabeth Patience' death, her sister, Mary Frances, married James Madison McReynolds. James and both of his wives are at Spring Hill
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NOTE: Could this Finley Family Be linked to George Finley
, Surnames: Findley / Findly Etc. , Etc.
that married Nancy Hagans Daughter of Hugh Hagans
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From Susan Zeni:

...note, his headstone and the DAR lists him as LOWERY, but his family say it is "Lowrey"

...Ray says years should be 1825/1898 Moved from Hagans Ranch?

Spring Hill Cemetery
FINLEY, FORD, GILBERT, GILMORE, GORE
Inventory and Photos by Susan Zeni


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ONLINE MISSOURI DEATH INDEX ... "HAGAN, Levi" 12 Dec 1851 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton ... "HAGANS, Rebecca" 27 Sep 1866 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co ...freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nettimae/modeaths/h.txt · Cached page
ONLINE MISSOURI DEATH INDEX: Names submitted through March 2000. Names are in alphabetical order up to the last part of the document -- marked with ~~~~.
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NAME DATE PLACE OF DEATH PLACE OF BURIAL SPOUSE EMAIL NOTES/OTHER
"HAGAN, Charlotte" 02 Oct 1872 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."
Levi
"HAGAN, Levi" 12 Dec 1851 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."

HAGAN, Mrs." 27 Aug 1890 Ritchey "Hagan, Sterling" "ClassyD @aol.com and Newtonia, Newton Co. News 04 Sep 1890"

HAGAN, Rev. Sterling" 18 Nov 1890 Clear Creek Cem.
"HAGANS, Eva May" 8/1884 "Bullion Cem., Adair Co." Adair GenWeb

"HAGANS, Eliza J." 27 Feb 1900 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."

"HAGANS, Lemuel S." 21 Oct 1872 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."

HAGANS, Nathan G." 22 Jan 1902 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."

HAGANS, Rebecca" 27 Sep 1866 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co." N. G. turtledean @cisnet.com

HAGANS, Thomas G." 07 Nov 1898 "Goshen Primitive Bapt. Church, Wilton, Boone Co."
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"Hagins, Bessie M." 1970 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Charley O." 04/22/1970 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Clyde B." 01/03/1985 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."
Hagins, Elvira Divine" 02/11/1942 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Evelyn A. Cross" 02/20/1980 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Linville B." 02/04/1961 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Milton Buckley" 08/06/1970 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

"Hagins, Samuel B." 09/07/1948 "Greenfield Cem., Cedar Co."

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Find A Grave: Goshen Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
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Hagans, Charlotte Hickman Graham 37664802
b. Oct. 25, 1802 d. Oct. 2, 1872 Goshen Primitive Baptist ... Wilton Boone County Missouri,
CHARLOTTE GRAHAM HAGANS, was the daughter of Green Graham & Rachel Cline. She married LEVI HAGANS, son of Hugh Hagans, on 22 Feb 1825 in Allen Co., Kentucky. They had the following children: LEVICY HAGANS COUTS (m: Samuel Couts); WILLIAM C. HAGANS (m: Mary Ann Wilcoxen); NATHAN G. HAGANS (1st m: Rebecca Wilcoxen; 2nd m: Eliza J. Peak); LEMUEL S. HAGANS (m: Martha B. Griffin); JOSEPH C. HAGANS (m: Elmira Vandiver); JOHN HAGANS; JAMES S. HAGANS; SARAH JANE HAGANS GRIFFIN (m: Thomas Griffin); THOMAS G. HAGANS.



Family links:
Children:
Nathan G. Hagans (1830 - 1902)*

Spouse:
Levi Hagans (1804 - 1851)
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Hagans, Levi 37664676
b. Jun. 1, 1804 d. Dec. 12, 1851
LEVI HAGANS, was the son of Hugh Hagans. He married CHARLOTTE HICKMAN GRAHAM, daughter of Green Graham & Rachel Cline, on 22 Feb 1825 in Allen Co., Kentucky. They had the following children: LEVICY HAGANS COUTS (m: Samuel Couts); WILLIAM C. HAGANS (m: Mary Ann Wilcoxen); NATHAN G. HAGANS (1st m: Rebecca Wilcoxen; 2nd m: Eliza J. Peak); LEMUEL S. HAGANS (m: Martha B. Griffin); JOSEPH C. HAGANS (m: Elmira Vandiver); JOHN HAGANS; JAMES S. HAGANS; SARAH JANE HAGANS GRIFFIN (m: Thomas Griffin); THOMAS G. HAGANS.


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Missouri, USA Hagans, Emma Elina Rippeto 35743284
b. May 16, 1866 d. Sep. 10, 1953 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA


d/o John T. Rippeto & Matilda Jane Sapp

Family links:
Children:
Sarah Ellen Hagans Cook (1885 - 1957)*

Spouse:
John Douglass Hagans (1861 - 1918)

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Hagans, Ernest W 44381464
b. 1887 d. 1959 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA
Family links:
Spouse:

Hagans, Bettie S 44381472
b. 1891 d. 1925

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Hagans, Ewen Price 34105203
b. Mar. 29, 1885 d. Jun. 17, 1907 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

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Hagans, Floyd B. 37668178
b. Sep. 12, 1894 d. Sep. 13, 1895 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA
FLOYD B. HAGANS, was the son of Levi Earl Hagans & Mary Pauline Sapp.

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)
Mary Paulina Sapp Hagans (1856 - 1921)
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Hagans, John Douglass 35743272
b. Mar. 19, 1861 d. May 6, 1918 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Nathan G. Hagans (1830 - 1902)
Rebecca Wilcoxen Hagans (1832 - 1866)

Children:
Sarah Ellen Hagans Cook (1885 - 1957)*

Spouse:
Emma Elina Rippeto Hagans (1866 - 1953)*
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Hagans, Lemuel S. 40426621
b. May 11, 1832 d. Nov. 21, 1878 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County


Family links:
Children:
W S Price Hagans (1861 - 1947)*

Spouse:
Martha R. Griffin Hagans (1835 - 1901)*
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Missouri, USA Hagans, Levi Earl 34105139
b. Feb. 14, 1856 d. Dec. 5, 1896 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

LEVI EARL HAGANS, was the son of Nathan G. Hagans & Rebecca Wilcoxen. He married MARY PAULINA SAPP, daughter of Levi Sapp & Margaret A. Colvin, on 30 Aug 1882 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following child: FLOYD B. HAGANS.

Family links:
Parents:
Nathan G. Hagans (1830 - 1902)
Rebecca Wilcoxen Hagans (1832 - 1866)

Children:
Annie Hagans Nichols (1883 - 1955)*
Floyd B. Hagans (1894 - 1895)*

Spouse:
Mary Paulina Sapp Hagans (1856 - 1921)*
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Hagans, Martha R. Griffin 40426598
b. Jul. 13, 1835 d. Jun. 22, 1901 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Patrick K Griffin (1806 - 1881)
Eliza Rebecca Britt Griffin (1808 - 1888)

Children:
W S Price Hagans (1861 - 1947)*

Spouse:
Lemuel S. Hagans (1832 - 1878)
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Hagans, Mary Paulina Sapp 34105167
b. Oct. 7, 1856 d. Nov. 18, 1921 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

MARY PAULINA SAPP HAGANS, was the daughter of Levi Sapp & Margaret A. Colvin. She married LEVI EARL HAGANS, son of Nathan G. Hagans & Rebecca Wilcoxen, on 30 Aug 1882 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following child: FLOYD B. HAGANS.

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Sapp (1830 - 1916)
Margaret Ann Calvin Sapp (1833 - 1905)

Children:
Annie Hagans Nichols (1883 - 1955)*
Floyd B. Hagans (1894 - 1895)*

Spouse:
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)
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Hagans, Nathan G. 37662281
b. Oct. 11, 1830 d. Jan. 22, 1902 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

NATHAN G. HAGANS, was the 3rd child of Levi Hagans & Charlotte Graham.

He 1st married REBECCA WILCOXEN, daughter of Samuel Wilcoxen & Millie (MNU), on 09 May 1850 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following children: SALLIE HAGANS; LEVI EARL HAGANS (m: Mary Paulina Sapp);MARY E. HAGANS SAPP (m: John Miller Sapp); JOHN DOUGLASS HAGANS (m: Emma Elina Rippeto); LAURA LEE HAGANS RIPPETO (m: Lafayette Westerfield Rippeto).

Nathan 2nd married ELIZA J. PEAK, daughter of Joseph Peak & Elizabeth Black, on 22 Dec 1867 in Boone Co., Missouri. There were no children of this marriage.

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Hagans (1804 - 1851)
Charlotte Hickman Graham Hagans (1802 - 1872)

Children:
Sarah Ann Hagans Rippeto (1853 - 1939)*
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)*
John Douglass Hagans (1861 - 1918)*

Spouses:
Rebecca Wilcoxen Hagans (1832 - 1866)
Eliza J. Peak Wilcoxen Hagans (1824 - 1900)
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Hagans, Rebecca Wilcoxen 37662452
b. Dec. 23, 1832 d. Nov. 27, 1866 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

REBECCA WILCOXEN HAGANS, was the daughter of Samuel Wilcoxen & Millie (MNU). She married NATHAN G. HAGANS, son of Levi Hagans & Charlotte Graham, on 09 May 1850 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following children: SALLIE HAGANS; LEVI EARL HAGANS (m: Mary Paulina Sapp);MARY E. HAGANS SAPP (m: John Miller Sapp); JOHN DOUGLASS HAGANS (m: Emma Elina Rippeto); LAURA LEE HAGANS RIPPETO (m: Lafayette Westerfield Rippeto).


Family links:
Children:
Sarah Ann Hagans Rippeto (1853 - 1939)*
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)*
John Douglass Hagans (1861 - 1918)*

Spouse:
Nathan G. Hagans (1830 - 1902)*
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Hagans, W S Price 44280015
b. Nov. 11, 1861 d. Jul. 11, 1947 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

Son of LS & Martha Hagans

Family links:
Parents:
Lemuel S. Hagans (1832 - 1878)
Martha R. Griffin Hagans (1835 - 1901)
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Rippeto, Sarah Ann Hagans 37663915
b. Oct. 13, 1853 d. Mar. 10, 1939 Goshen Primitive Baptist ...
Wilton
Boone County
Missouri, USA

SARAH ANN "SALLIE" HAGANS RIPPETO, was the daughter of Nathan G. Hagans & Rebecca Wilcoxen. She married JOHN SAMUEL RIPPETO, son of John T. Rippeto & Matilda Jane Sapp. He was b: 31 Dec 1856 in Wilton, Boone Co., Missouri; d: 10 Mar 1959 in Wilton, Boone Co., Missouri.

SARAH ANN'S cause of death is listed as Influenza. She was 85 yrs, 04 mos, 27 ds old at the time of her death. Harvey T. Rippeto of Hartsburg, Mo., is listed as the informant on Missouri Death Certificate #10036.


Family links:
Parents:
Nathan G. Hagans (1830 - 1902)
Rebecca Wilcoxen Hagans (1832 - 1866)

Note: I do not have John Samuel Rippeto's burial information yet. Death Certificate will not be available online until 2010.
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Hagans, Mary Paulina Sapp 34105167
b. Oct. 7, 1856 d. Nov. 18, 1921
Birth: Oct. 7, 1856
Missouri, USA Death: Nov. 18, 1921
Boone County
Missouri, USA
MARY PAULINA SAPP HAGANS, was the daughter of Levi Sapp & Margaret A. Colvin. She married LEVI EARL HAGANS, son of Nathan G. Hagans & Rebecca Wilcoxen, on 30 Aug 1882 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following child: FLOYD B. HAGANS.

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Sapp (1830 - 1916)
Margaret Ann Calvin Sapp (1833 - 1905)

Children:
Annie Hagans Nichols (1883 - 1955)*
Floyd B. Hagans (1894 - 1895)*

Spouse:
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)

* Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public's memorial.
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Note: Mary's death certificate lists DOB as Oct 6, 1856


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Sapp, Mary E Hagans 40492837
b. Sep. 4, 1856 d. Mar. 30, 1881
Birth: Sep. 4, 1856 Death: Mar. 30, 1881
She married John M. Sapp on Aug. 27, 1876 in Boone Co., MO

Inscription:
wife of John M Sapp.
aged 24 years, 6m, 26d.

Family links:
Spouse:
John M Sapp (1855 - 1888)*



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{www.fulkerson.org} Descendants of Abraham FULKERSON
Washington (Scott) Co., VA, buried at Goshen Primitive Baptist Church cemetery, three quarters of a mile east of Wilton in southern Boone Co., MO.
www.fulkerson.org/abraham.html · Cached page
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Abraham FULKERSON Sr.....6 Nov 1819-1892, probably born in Boone Co., MO. He m. (1st) Flora Ann HAYNES (1822-1859) on 22 Dec 1842. They moved to Cole Co., MO, by 1850. The 1850 Census reported he was working as a lawyer. He m. (2nd) Frances WILSON, probably after 1861; m. (3rd) Marie VAN NATTA in 1877 (b. Canada about 1822, listed as Maria on the 1880 Census)' and m. (4th) Hannah Jane HAGAN in 1887 at Jefferson City, Cole Co., M.O

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MISSOURI - Boone County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 152
... and Nellie Mae Hagans Hinshaw. Mrs. Wilhite was a member of the ...
Maria Wilhite
Maria Hinshaw Wilhite of Columbia died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2002, at University Hospital. She was 77.
Mrs. Wilhite was born April 9, 1925, in Boone County to James Roy Hinshaw and Nellie Mae Hagans Hinshaw.
Mrs. Wilhite was a member of the VFW Post 3410 Ladies Auxiliary.
Mrs. Wilhite is survived by one sister, Mona M. Hughes of Columbia; two brothers, Jimmie R. Hinshaw and Therion Hinshaw, both of Columbia; and several great nieces and nephews.
Visitation for Mrs. Wilhite will be from 6 to 8 tonight at Nilson Funeral Home, 5611 St. Charles Road. Services, conducted by Mrs. Wilhite’s great-nephew, the Rev. Tracy Cook, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Nilson Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Two sisters and six brothers died earlier.


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1875 Map of Boone County: 600+ Patrons In Original Order
From the Boone County Historical Society collection. "An Illustrated Historical Atlas of Boone County, Missouri", by Edwards Brothers, 1875. Available at the Wilson-Wulff History and Genealogy Library in the Walters-Boone County Historical Museum.

The 1875 atlas is a beautiful plat book that shows the location and owner of all property in the county outside the towns. Included in the atlas on pages 20, 22, 28 and 30, is a "Partial List of Patrons for the Atlas of Boone County." The list includes the names of over 600 persons in the county along with their post office, the section number of their property, their business, their "nativity" (where they were born), and the year they settled in Boone county. Patrons sometimes inserted other odd bits about themselves, including if they had a farm for sale and, in a couple of cases, their exact birth date.
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TOWN 46, NORTH. RANGE 13, WEST.

N.G. Hagans Burlington 27 ......"...................." Warren Co., Ky. 1844

Nathan Glascow Hagans


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Roberts - Hubbard Ancestry - Nathan Glascow Hagans
Nathan Glascow Hagans |b. 11 Oct 1830\nd. 22 Jan 1902 ... info from Leona Gibson 1116 London Dr Columbia MO ... He died on 22 January 1902 at Wilton, Boone Co., Missouri, at age 71. ourwebsite.org/marilyn/gendata-o/p26.htm · Cached page
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Nathan Glascow Hagans M, #26, b. 11 October 1830, d. 22 January 1902

Father* Levi Hagan b. 1806, d. b 31 Dec 1851
Mother* Charlotte Graham b. 1802

Note* Nathan Glascow Hagans Who is R. Hagan age 17 living w/them as seperate family in 1870?
Source He was Source Some info from Leona Gibson 1116 London Dr Columbia MO 65201.
Source* He was Source Some info from 'Wilcoxson Family' by Wulfeck.

Birth* 11 October 1830 --- He was born on 11 October 1830 at Kentucky.

Census1850* 1850 He appeared on the 1850 census as the head of household, pg 432 #1434-1434, District 8, Boone Co., Missouri Hagans, Nathan G 19 b.KY farmer.
Marriage* 19 May 1850 He married Rebecca Wilcoxson, daughter of Samuel Wilcoxson and Milly (__________), on 19 May 1850 at Boone Co., Missouri.

Census1860 1860 Nathan Glascow Hagans appeared on the 1860 census as the head of household, an unknown place Not in any online indexes, not in Cedar Twnshp.
Marriage* ca 1868-70 He married Eliza J. Peek, daughter of Joseph Peek and Elizabeth (__________), ca 1868-70
Census1870 1870

Nathan Glascow Hagans appeared on the 1870 census as the head of household, pg 28b #457-492, Columbia - Cedar Twnshp, Boone Co., Missouri Hagan, N 40 b.KY farmer $2000-$1500 - Who is R. Hagan age 17 living w/them as seperate family visitation?

Census1880 1880 He appeared on the 1880 census as the head of household, Cedar Twnshp, Boone Co., Missouri Page 35d Nathan G Higgins [sic] 49 b.KY farmer.
Census1900 1900 He appeared on the 1900 census as the head of household, an unknown place not in any of the online census indexes.

Death* 22 January 1902 He died on 22 January 1902 at Wilton, Boone Co., Missouri, at age 71.

Family 1
Rebecca Wilcoxson b. 23 Dec 1832, d. 27 Sep 1867
Marriage* 19 May 1850 He married Rebecca Wilcoxson, daughter of Samuel Wilcoxson and Milly (__________), on 19 May 1850 at Boone Co., Missouri.

CHILDREN ARE:

Sallie Hagans b. 1853

Levi E. Hagans b. 1855

Mary Hagans b. 1858

Sarah Ann Hagans b. c 1860?, d. b 1870

John Douglas Hagans b. 1862

Laura Lee Hagans+ b. 4 Sep 1863, d. 11 Nov 1934

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Family 2
Eliza J. Peek b. bt 1824 - 1825
Marriage* ca 1868-70 Nathan Glascow Hagans married Eliza J. Peek, daughter of Joseph Peek and Elizabeth (__________), ca 1868-70.
Corrections are gratefully appreciated
Compilers: Kathryn Bassett & Marilyn Roberts, 1080 N Holliston Ave, Pasadena CA 91104-3014Site updated (from data in The Master Genealogist) on 26 May 2009 at 2:47:21 PM

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ILLUSTRATION 72
ILLUSTRATION 72. Gravestone to Richard Fulkerson in the Goshen Primitive Baptist Church Graveyard in Wilton in Boone County (B62), 1852
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PHOTO Of Christopher and Elizabeth Fulkerson PERKINS

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Grave of James Henry FULKERSON

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PHOTO of John Richard Avis FULKERSON
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Boone County Historical Society'sOnline Archives: Eureka Landing
Excerpted from Wilton, Boone County, Missouri: History and Stories of a River Town, by David P. Sapp ... only commercial enterprise other than the landing itself.(#8) Nathan Hagans ... boonehistory.blogspot.com/2009/12/eureka-landing.html · Cached page
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Eureka Landing
Excerpted from Wilton, Boone County, Missouri: History and Stories of a River Town, by David P. Sapp, 1993, pp. 7-9. Available in the Wilson-Wulff History and Genealogy Library at the Walters-Boone County Historical Museum. This entire 145-page book is available for purchase by contacting the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri.

Sometime prior to 1854, a steamboat landing was developed to exploit the booming traffic on the Missouri River and promote access to southwest Boone county near present day Wilton. It was located about one-half mile west and slightly south of the present town, near the line between sections 27 and 34 of Township 46, Range 13. It’s hard to be certain who was responsible for building the landing although it probably was James H. Fulkerson or his father, Richard.

James Henry Fulkerson was the son of Richard and Susannah (Livingston) Fulkerson, natives of Virginia. James H. was born in 1821, the year that Missouri became a state, after his father and mother migrated here from Virginia and Tennessee. He was one of the many Boone countians who headed to California around 1850. After he returned, he married Miss America Crump, daughter of Patrick Crump, on April 4, 1850. He died July 18, 1872, and was buried at Goshen.

It is likely that the landing operation began between 1850 and 1853. The venture had to compete with many others, each developer hoping to prosper in the steamboat boom. By the time of the 1879 Missouri River survey, landings appeared at a frequency of about one per mile upstream of Eureka. The most intense competition nearby was Providence landing, eight miles northwest. Providence was the shipping point for Columbia and extracted more than its share of the 30-40 steamboats that daily plied the river.

(#1)
One persistent story connected to the Wilton area derives from this time. The often crowded steamboats did not lend themselves to good sanitation. People of all persuasions were forced together under sometimes primitive conditions. As a result, cholera outbreaks were not unusual. It is said that one such outbreak occurred on a steamboat nearing Eureka and that a group of immigrant workers, possibly Chinese, was put ashore there. Shunned by the locals, the group camped just north of present-day Wilton, where many of the party died. The dead were reportedly buried in a mass grave in Whiteside Hollow.

Fulkerson was doing enough business in the 1850s that he felt he could get a post office commission. Of course, every budding river operation wanted a post office -- it could be very good for business. He proposed adding it to the previous Columbia to Providence route, even though it required a ten mile one-way addition to the old route. The application that Fulkerson filled out claimed forty families resided within two miles of the proposed post office and that it would be called Eureka, a name that he imported from Livingston county, Kentucky.

(#2, #3) The U.S. Postmaster considered this sufficient, and established the new post office on May 10, 1854. The Columbia newspaper reported that "The Postmaster General has ordered the establishment of a Post office at Eureka in Boone county, Mo., and the appointment of James Fulkerson as Postmaster thereof. Capt. Vandiver is now making up a club for the Statesman at Eureka, and as hereafter the paper will be regularly received by mail every Saturday evening a large number will no doubt subscribe."


(#4)

The Eureka post office never amounted to much. In 1856, it did the smallest volume of business of all the ten post offices in the county. It had net revenues of $3.18 compared to $823.03 at Columbia. Fulkerson received a whopping $4.70 compensation for running the post office that year.

(#5) Of course, the operation probably profited Fulkerson's landing business. The post office was discontinued on July 19, 1862, possibly due to the dangers and disruptions of the Civil War.(#6)

The main road to Eureka from the "high country" led from Ashland to the river on the Goshen church road, crossing Bonne Femme creek at Spencer's Ford just west of present day Wilton. One could normally reach Eureka along the river road from Claysville and Burlington to the south or from Providence to the north, but during heavy flooding these bottom roads were sometimes inaccessible.(#7)

Eureka appears to have consisted of only a few buildings. James Fulkerson's store and post office there in 1854 may well have been the only commercial enterprise other than the landing itself.

(#8) Nathan Hagans, who operated a ferry out of Marion in Cole county during the Civil War, started a grocery business at Eureka soon after the Civil War ended.

(#9) By 1868, Willis Feely also had a store in Eureka, though it may have been the same one that Fulkerson or Hagans had operated. Feely's store was burglarized the night of May 11, 1868 and William and Richard Ray were jailed for the crime the next week.

(#10) The 1875 Boone County Missouri atlas shows four buildings right on the edge of the river. The adjacent landowners are J.H. Bierly and B.F. Conley, though it is unknown what role either of them played in the formation of the landing. Likewise, the 1879 Missouri River survey shows Eureka landing with only three or four structures evident.

(#11) Undoubtedly, one or two of these buildings were the typical warehouses where stores such as wheat, corn, barley, oats, rye, tobacco, apples and dried peaches were kept until they were loaded onto a boat.

(#12) If Fulkerson and Hagans and Feely operated like most landing businesses in the area, they made their money by buying and selling commodities on commission. Though business was generally profitable, proprietors could also be held responsible for goods in their care and that added some risk.

Early maps of Missouri dated 1861, 1865, 1869 and 1871 show Eureka on the Missouri river in southern Boone county, either in
Section 27 or 34 of Township 46, Range 13. No mention of Wilton occurs on these same maps.

(#13) Wilton was not used to refer to this area until the Wilton post office was begun in 1875.

Sometime between 1879 and 1898, Eureka landing was wiped out by the changing course of the Missouri River.

(#14) Its location is now under water, but even present day navigation maps of the river carry the name Eureka Bend for the bend at mile no. 162 at Wilton.(#15)

ENDNOTES
1. [Columbia Missouri] Harold, 11 May 1896.

2. United States Post Office records, Film #MS-287, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia.

3. Ramsay, Robert L., The Place Names of Boone County, Missouri (1952) 17.

4. Columbia Missouri Statesman, 2 June 1854, p.3/col.2. The reference to Capt. Vandiver would be to Capt. A.L. Vandiver, born in Hampshire, Virginia, in 1820. He came to Boone county in 1839 and put together large land holdings in the vicinity of Burlington, south of Eureka. His residence is pictured in the 1875 Boone county atlas, p. 55. He died March 27, 1877, and is buried at Goshen.

5. Colton's United States Post Office Directory, 1856, (Reprinted 1985 by Theron Wierenga) Access # 383.42 C722, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia.

6. North Todd Gentry, Western Historical Manuscripts Collection, Ellis Library, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., Collection #49, Folder #139.

7. Jefferson City, MO., topographical map (Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1894). Copy viewed at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Dept. of Geography, Stewart Hall.

8. Columbia Missouri Statesman, 19 August 1853, p.3/col.1.

9. Columbia Missouri Herald, 24 January 1902, p.10/col.2.
This contains Nathan G. Hagans' obituary.

10. Statesman, 22 May 1868, p.3/col.2.

11. Missouri River, map, (Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., under direction of Major Chas. R. Suter, 1879 Survey). Viewed at the Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, Dept. of Geography.

12. Gentry, Collection #49, Folder #139.

13. Fiala and Haren, New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri 1861 (St. Louis, MO: Gray & Crawford, 1861) - contained in a reprint 1979 by VKM Publishing Co., ISBN 0-916440-09-5, call # R977.8Fi viewed at Trails West Library, Warrensburg, MO. Also Parker's 1865 Map of Missouri; Cram's 1869 New Sectional Map of Missouri; and the 1871 map to illustrate Tracey's Missouri Guide and the Missouri Gazateer published by R.P. Studley Co., St. Louis, all viewed at the State Historical Society of Missouri,
Columbia.

14. Herald, 24 January 1902, p.10/col.2. Nathan G. Hagans' obit. We also know that the 1879 Missouri River survey shows Eureka landing, but that the 1898 Boone county atlas shows the course of the river drastically changed, covering the location of the old Eureka landing.

15. Missouri River Navigation Charts, K.C., Mo. to the Mouth, (U.S. Army Engineer Division, Missouri River, Corps of Engineers, Omaha, Nebraska: Date unknown, but estimated 1950-1980). Viewed at the Univ. of Missouri Columbia, Dept. of Geography, Stewart Hall.


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Historic Points of Interest of Cole County, Missouri
Jefferson City Missouri River Bridge ... Eureka/Hagans Landing. Wilton P.O.
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The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, November ...
(Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, November 22, 1921, LAST EDITION, Image 1 ... and completely lost wc send to the dead letter office
MRS MARY P HAGANS DIES Widow of Late Levi Hagans Buried ... chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89066316/1921-11-22/ed-1/seq-1 ·
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The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, November 22, 1921, LAST EDITION, Image 1
Persistent Link http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89066316/1921-11-22/ed-1/seq-1/
Mrs. Mary P. Hagans
Sunday at Goshen
Mrs. Mary Pauline Hagans,56 years of Age,
Widow of the late: Levi Hagans
Died at her Home in Wilton Friday evening.
Mrs. Hagans is Survied By two Sons And a Daughter.
She was a Member of the Goshen Primtive Babtist Church
and also of the Eastern Star.
Burial Took Place At Goshen at 11 O'clock Sunday Morning


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Hagans, Mary Paulina Sapp 34105167
b. Oct. 7, 1856 d. Nov. 18, 1921
Birth: Oct. 7, 1856
Missouri, USA Death: Nov. 18, 1921
Boone County
Missouri, USA
MARY PAULINA SAPP HAGANS, was the daughter of Levi Sapp & Margaret A. Colvin. She married LEVI EARL HAGANS, son of Nathan G. Hagans & Rebecca Wilcoxen, on 30 Aug 1882 in Boone Co., Missouri. They had the following child: FLOYD B. HAGANS.

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Sapp (1830 - 1916)
Margaret Ann Calvin Sapp (1833 - 1905)

Children:
Annie Hagans Nichols (1883 - 1955)*
Floyd B. Hagans (1894 - 1895)*

Spouse:
Levi Earl Hagans (1856 - 1896)

* Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public's memorial.
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Re: Hagans of Kentucky>Boone Co., Missouri
HAGANS, Nathan G. b: 11 Oct 1831 in ,,Kentucky d: 22 Jan 1902 in Wilton,Boone,Missouri HAGANS ... Mary E. Hagans - born Jan. 18, 1842 died July 12, 1879 ` Richard M. Hagans - born ...www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/hagans/messages/310.html


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Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, USA ; McCreary, James Bennett b. July 8, 1838 d. October 18, 1918 Democrat Congressman and two-term Governor of Kentucky. www.findagrave.com/php/famous.php?page=cem&FScemeteryid=189350 · Cached page


Richmond Cemetery


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Hagan, Cynthia 19984255
b. Jun. 29, 1801 d. Jun. 2, 1883 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Inscription: Wife of James Hagan
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Hagan, James 22906072
b. Dec. 29, 1831 d. May 25, 1878 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
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Hagan, James 22906061
b. Dec. 29, 1870 d. Jul. 7, 1897 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Inscription: Mason
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Hagan, James 19984235
b. Oct. 11, 1797 d. Nov. 7, 1869 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
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Hagan, Jas 22906130
b. unknown d. Jul. 8, 1897 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Note: age 28
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Hagan, Joe M 22906090
b. 1877 d. 1961 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Inscription: Mason

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Hagan, Lurline Hendren 22906081
b. Nov. 8, 1882 d. Sep. 18, 1902 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Note: Wife of J.M. Hagan and daughter of O.J. and T. Hendren
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Hagan, Maggie D 22906117
b. Oct. 12, 1848 d. Aug. 25, 1873 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Note: Wife of Robert M. Hagan
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Hagan, Minnie Long 22906084
b. 1886 d. 1954 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA

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Hagan, Robert M 22906112
b. Nov. 24, 1844 d. May 7, 1889 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Inscription: Mason
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Hagan, Sarah J 22906106
b. Feb. 7, 1856 d. Feb. 20, 1912 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
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Hagan, William Hart 22906102
b. Feb. 27, 1905 d. Feb. 3, 1907 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Note: Son of L.S. and Emma Hagan
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Hagan, Willie 22906064
b. Apr. 24, 1867 d. Jun. 8, 1867 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Note: Son of James and Sue Hagan
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Lafollette, Susan Hagan 22906096
b. Jan. 5, 1840 d. Feb. 11, 1920 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
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Maret, Boone Hagan 9735315
b. unknown d. unknown Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Boone married Willis Maret in 1884. They had 2 children
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Maupin, Jane Hagan 47836069
b. Jun. 2, 1911 d. Apr. 9, 1969 Richmond Cemetery
Richmond
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Family links:
Spouse: Millard Fillmore Maupin (1909 - 1991)


Millard Fillmore Maupin
Birth: Sep. 26, 1909 Death: Nov. 4, 1991
Family links:
Spouse:
Jane Hagan Maupin (1911 - 1969)*

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Descendants of James Sanders and Ellen McClerkin - ft1n02 - Generated ...
2. Cynthia Sanders. Richmond Cemetery, (Richmond Madison County, KY) amongst the Hagans: Cynthia Hagan wife of James Hagan b. June 29, 1801 d. Nov. 2, 1883 home.fuse.net/davesanders/ft1n02.htm · Cached page
Descendants of
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Notes

2. Cynthia Sanders
Richmond Cemetery, (Richmond Madison County, KY) amongst the Hagans:
Cynthia Hagan wife of James Hagan
b. June 29, 1801 d. Nov. 2, 1883
OUR MOTHERS GRAVE
Living with son, Robert, in 1880 Madison Co., KY census.
[My (Dave Sanders) theory:]
Neither Cynthia (age 19) nor her brother, David, (age 17) appear in the James Sanders' household in the 1820 Madison Co., KY census. There is, however, a girl & boy of Cynthia & David's ages living with the recently married Nathan H. Stevenson. By 1823, James Sanders has disappeared. In 1826, Cynthia marries & her marriage bond is signed by Nathan H. Stevenson. "I" think that Cynthia & David went to work for Nathan. Nathan is still in Madison in 1830, but the people David & Cynthia's age are no longer in his household.
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James Hagan
Richmond Cemetery:
James Hagan
b. Oct 11, 1797
d. Nov 7, 1869
(Family Record has birth as 1798)
1860 Madison Co., KY census, Western Division No 2, pg 261 Kirksville
household 882/865
Hagan, James 60 M Farmer 29500 9100 Madison Co., KY
Cynthia 58 F NC
James 27 M Farm Laborer Madison Co., KY
Robert 15 M Farm Laborer Madison Co., KY
Hagan, John 30 M Farmer 25000 1950 Madison Co., KY
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Third Generation
8. William M. Hagan (Cynthia Sanders , Ellen ) was born on 1 Dec 1826 in Madison Co., KY. He died on 31 Aug 1900. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
William married Nancy Jane Parks daughter of Mary on 27 Sep 1852 in Madison Co., KY. Nancy was born on 14 Jan 1839. She died on 7 Jul 1904. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
William and Nancy had the following children:

       40       M       i       James Willie Hagan was born on 15 Jul 1861. He died on 28 Nov 1882. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       41       F       ii       Mary Belle Hagan was born on 13 May 1854. She died on 27 Sep 1889. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
                            Mary married Jonathon Jones on 14 Oct 1873 in Madison Co., KY.        
       42       F       iii       Elizabeth Hagan was born about 1857 in Madison Co., KY.        
       43       M       iv       Samuel Hagan was born about 1870 in KY.        
       44       M       v       Robert Hagan was born about 1873 in KY.        
       45       F       vi       Hattie Hagan was born about 1875 in KY.        
       46       M       vii       Eddie Hagan was born about 1878 in KY.        
       47       M       viii       George Hagan was born about 1878 in KY.        
9. John C. Hagan (Cynthia Sanders , Ellen ) was born on 17 Jul 1828 in Madison Co., KY. He died on 30 Jan 1895. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
John married Lucinda (Louie). Lucinda was born about 1832. She died on 14 Dec 1888. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
John and Lucinda had the following children:

       48       M       i       Terry Hagan was born about 1866 in KY.        
       49       M       ii       James Hagan was born about 1868 in KY.        
       50       F       iii       infant Hagan was born on 3 Oct 1869. She died on 3 Oct 1869. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       51       F       iv       Alma Hagan was born on 13 Oct 1870. She died on 9 May 1893. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       52       M       v       John Hagan was born about 1873 in KY.        
       53       F       vi       infant Hagan was born on 6 Oct 1880. She died on 7 Oct 1880. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
10. James Hagan Jr. (Cynthia Sanders , Ellen ) was born on 9 Nov 1831 in Madison Co., KY. He died on 25 Jul 1873. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
James married Susan Roberts daughter of Aquillar Roberts and Mahala Land on 11 Apr 1866 in Madison Co., KY. Susan was born on 5 Jan 1840 in Montgomery Co., KY. She died on 11 Feb 1920 in Stanford, Lincoln Co., KY. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
James and Susan had the following children:

       54       M       i       Willie Hagan was born on 24 Apr 1867. He died on 8 Jun 1867. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       55       F       ii       Nannie Boone Hagan was born in 1868 in Madison Co., KY.        
                            Nannie married Willis L. Maret on 25 Dec 1884 in Garrard Co.. Willis was born in 1863 in Madison Co., KY.        
       56       M       iii       James Hagan was born on 29 Dec 1870 in Madison Co., KY. He died in Jul 1897. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       57       M       iv       Charles Hagan was born about 1873 in Madison Co., KY.        
11. Robert M. Hagan (Cynthia Sanders , Ellen ) was born on 24 Nov 1844 in Madison Co., KY. He died on 7 May 1889 in Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
Robert married (1) Sarah Jane (Jennie) Elmore daughter of William Elmore and Elizabeth on 11 May 1876. Sarah was born on 7 Feb 1856. She died on 20 Feb 1912.
[Notes]
Robert and Sarah had the following children:

       58       M       i       Joseph M. Hagan was born on 27 Oct 1877. He died in 1961. He was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
                            Joseph married (1) Lerline Hendren on 8 Feb 1898. Lerline was born on 8 Nov 1882. She died on 18 Sep 1902. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
                            Joseph married (2) Minnie Long. Minnie was born in 1886. She died in 1954. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       59       M       ii       Smith L. Hagan was born on 1 Mar 1879.        
                            Smith married Emma Coy on 4 Nov 1897 in Madison Co., KY.        
       60       F       iii       Annie E. Hagan was born on 27 Nov 1880.        
                            Annie married Edward Turner.        
       61       F       iv       Lura B. Hagan was born in Dec 1882.        
                            Lura married Charles T. Curtis son of Thomas J. Curtis and Bettie LNU on 12 Feb 1903. Charles was born in Apr 1880 in Madison Co., KY. He died on 24 Oct 1932 in Madison Co., KY. [Notes]        
       62       M       v       William J. (Willie) Hagan was born on 2 Jan 1885. He died on 25 Jan 1946.        
                            William married Hattie Galey on 12 Dec 1903.        
       63       F       vi       Margaret M. Hagan was born on 30 Jan 1889.        
                            Margaret married Mac Hendren.        
Robert married (2) Maggie D. Higginbotham on 14 Aug 1871 in Madison Co., KY. Maggie was born on 12 Oct 1848. She died on 25 Aug 1873. She was buried in Richmond Cemetery, Madison Co., KY.
[Notes]
Robert and Maggie had the following children:

       64       F       vii       Nora C. Hagan was born on 25 Mar 1873. [Notes]        
                            Nora married W. Hisle.        
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special "thank you" to Bo Couts, Diana Dunn, Rhonda Roderick, Randy & Becky Hall, Mary Lou Peacock, Kathye Upham, Kevin Currin, and James Armstrong, Ann Cheshire, Donald White Lucy Leon, Vivian William, Jerry Barton, Janice Couts, Thelma (Couts) Welbaum,Wilford Herschel Couts, Jr., Paul Couts, Launa Kitros, Bobby Askew, Lynn Wilson, Debra Barton Cole, Sherry Falcon, Fay and Rich Flanharty, Evelyn Keith, Anna Stockton, Anita Couts, Ashley Couts, Cathy Meek, Larry Gwaltney, Janet Baugh Hunter, Mary Nell Hollis Franks, Beverly Gardener, Debbie Parks, Michael Smith, Kay Couts, Earl Kissling and Wolf Sakowski, Jim Shotts, William O. Skinner, Bruce Allen, Elsie Smith, Alfred S. McLaren, Charles Burnett, Brent Holcomb, Debra Latimer, William McLaren, Lynette Deming, John W Grimm, Georgeann Brooksby, William J. Glum, Ruby Stokes, DeDeeMe, Beverly C. Ryan, Mary Bookout, Richard Averett, Betty Fleener, and Mike Middleton for Chrisley Couts Sr. family information. ~If you find an error, or I have left you off of the credits or list, please e-mail us immediately~ Descendants of Dietrich Aka Teter (Kautz) Couts
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1 Dietrich Aka Teter (Kautz) Couts d: 1795 in Hardin County? Kentucky .... +Mary? *2nd Wife of Dietrich Aka Teter (Kautz) Couts: .... +Susanna . 2 Elizabeth Couts d: 1855 in Springfield, Robertson County, Tennessee 95 years old ........ +Gordon ? . *2nd Husband of Elizabeth Couts: ........ +Unknown (Maybe Samuel?) Mason d: Aft. 1820 in Springfield, Robertson County, Tennessee ..... 3 William Mason d: Aft. 1850 . 2 Christopher Chrisley Sr. Couts d: 1790 in Warren County, Kentucky ........ +Sarah Wright d: January 29, 1813 in Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky ..... 3 Nancy Couts d: Bet. 1813 - 1881 in aft. 1850 ........... +John Hugh Barton d: Bet. 1814 - 1879 ......... 4 6 daughters Barton ..... 3 Elizabeth Couts d: 1808 in 1808-1816 ........... +Joshua Anderson d: 1839 in Sevier County, Arkansas ......... 4 Joshua Jr. Anderson ............... +Eliza ............. 5 John Anderson ............. 5 Ellen Anderson ............. 5 George Anderson ............. 5 William Anderson
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7 Shirley Jewell Simmons d: March 27, 1940 in STOVER, MORGAN Co, Missouri, ST. PAUL'S CEM. ................ 6 Eva Evaline Simmons d: May 01, 1967 in CITRUS HEIGHTS, CALIFORNIA, SYLVAN CEM. ....................... +Charles Gymon Taylor d: December 27, 1983 in FAIR OAKS, CALIFORNIA, SYLAN CEM, CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA .................... 7 Viola Wanita Taylor d: February 15, 1984 in CALIFORNIA .......................... +Ira W. Smith .................... 7 Guy Oral Taylor .................... 7 Hilla Loraine Taylor .................... 7 Merl Taylor d: 1930 in SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA ............. 5 Sarah B. Couts ............. 5 Jacob Couts ............. 5 Mary Couts ......... 4 Samuel Couts d: April 15, 1855 in Burlington, Boone County, Missouri, buried in Goshen Cemetery ............... +Louisa (Hegan) Hagan d: Aft. 1872 in Burlington, Boone County, Missouri, buried in Goshen Cemetery ............. 5 Sarah A. Couts d: October 1920 in Centralia, Boone County, Missouri ............. 5 Nancy Jane Couts d: September 21, 1895 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri ................... +John Adam Hardit Hartig ............. *2nd Husband of Nancy Jane Couts: ................... +John Adam Hartig d: July 11, 1912 in WALCOTT, WYNDOTTE COUNTY, KANSAS, OAK GROVE CEM. KS ................ 6 Jennie Hartig d: February 06, 1949 in KANSAS CITY, WYDOTTE COUNTY, KANSAS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA ....................... +George Mitchell ................ 6 Josie Hartig ....................... +William M. "Will" Reed d: 1949 in KANSAS CITY, WYDOTTE COUNTY, KANSAS, BETHEL CEM, KANSAS .................... 7 Earl A. Reed d: 1931 in WYDOTTE COUNTY, BETHEL CEM., KANSAS CITY, KS .................... 7 Ethel Reed ................ 6 Charles W. Hartig d: August 14, 1906 in KANSAS CITY, WYDOTTE COUNTY, KANSAS, OAK GROVE CEM ....................... +Myrtle

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Monroe County & the Civil War
... States service; in the Missouri State Militia, 38. Under calls previous to December 19, 1864, Monroe County ... Hagan . Sylvester ...
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~momonroe/monroecoconf.htm · Cached page
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Confederates of Monroe County
Reprinted from an 1884 History of Monroe County, which gives early anecdotes and names of many early settlers.
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Union Soldiers

“Up to December 31, 1863, Monroe County had furnished 41 men for the regular United States service; in the Missouri State Militia, 38.

Under calls previous to December 19, 1864, Monroe County furnished 474, being 7 more than her quota. Under call of December 19, 1864, the county furnished 134. There was no deficiency under the draft.”

Confederate Soldiers

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Robert Carver

J.O. Coats

Dud. Hagan

Sylvester Hagan

Source: From the files of Neil Block, William T. Anderson Camp # 1743 SCV, Huntsville, Mo.; transcribed by Lisa Perry. Original newspaper article source unknown; handwritten date indicates June 26, 1969.

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Metcalfe County Births
For a complete, printed copy of her book, Metcalfe County ... HAGAN, Sylvester C, s/o Francis & Elizabeth (DARNELLE) Hagan (Monroe-Monroe), 1875. www.kykinfolk.com/metcalfe/metbirthsh.html · Cached page
Metcalfe County Births - H
Format: Last name, First name, sex, parents, parent's birthplaces, date of birth
HAGAN, Sylvester C, s/o Francis & Elizabeth (DARNELLE) Hagan (Monroe-Monroe), 1875.
HALL, Vesta, s/o Chas & Ellie (EADS) Hall, born Monroe Co (TN-TN), 24 Feb 1907

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court
Monroe County Circuit Court (This is from a series of ... that Mathew Amyx owned in Metcalfe and Monroe Co. Others names cited include HAGAN ... ARTERBURN of TX W T LAURANCE of Raymor, MO ... www.kykinfolk.com/monroe/court/court1.html · Cached page
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File 173, Isapheny ANDERSON, plaintaiff vs Samuel HAGAN, deft. Field 23 Sept 1895. Samuel HAGAN denied that on an unknown occasion in Monroe Co he spoke maliciously against Crit AMXY re his relationship with HAGAN's wife (censored!). He said it was neighborhood talk about the two of them. Isapheny was seeking $10,000 in damages and all proper relief. Summons included individual from Metcalfe Co - John FLEMING, Geo MARTIN, Robert MARTIN, Sarah CREASEY, Josiah LEMMONS, Eddie LEMMONS, Critton LEMMONS and Hade Dubree.

File 112, filed 18 Oct 1889. M K AMYX vs J C MARTIN. Plaintiff is son of Mathew AMYX, dec who died in Metcalfe Co and left as his survivors: Lewis, Pracilla M [sic], Madison, Preston, M K, his children. Matthew had a dau named Catherine who died before her father and left the following children: M A BRANSTETTER, Louisa J BRANSTETTER who md Joseph FERGUSON; M E BRANSTETTER who md Wm BOBBITT and John L BRANSTETTER. After Matthew died, his son Preston AMYX died leaving: Mathew K, Olive J who md W C MORRISON; Elizabeth B who md Jas S BUSHONG; Precilla F who md W L BUSHONG; Clarissa V who md David BUSHONG; Millie G who md James F OWENS. Preston also had a son who died before he died and left as survivors: Eliza who md Columbus OWENS. Madison and Priscilla AMYX died single. The suit deals (lengthily so) with land that Mathew Amyx owned in Metcalfe and Monroe Co. Others names cited include HAGAN, C C HARVEY. File 28, suit 410. Frank ANDERSON, plaintiff vs Julia Ann ANDERSON, deft, filed 19 May 1896.
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Monroe County Newspapers

They come from many Monroe County newspapers and will be updated ... Rice, Adams, East, Holden, Dickson, Mothershead, Hagan ...
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~momonroe/atterburycollection.htm · Cached page
August 13, 1931 - Monroe County Appeal - Part I
$175 for Jail Work
Sylvester Hagan was paid $175 for construction work on the first county jail in November, 1832


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