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Re: Hagler relatives in the 1700s
Posted by: John Hagler (ID *****7877) Date: November 12, 2010 at 12:55:43
In Reply to: Re: Hagler relatives in the 1700s by Haley Phillips of 969

There were two John Haglers who obtained land in NC in 1765 and they lived (as the crow flies) only about 20 miles apart at that time. I descend from the one whose land was in what was Mecklenburg that became Cabarrus County in 1792.

The other John`s land was in the forks (west side of the Yadkin and north side of Rocky River in what was Anson that became Montgomery that`s now Stanly County. Because of fevers which was then associated with BAD WATER this John relocated to the foothills in what was Wilkes that`s now Caldwell County, NC.

I don`t know how anyone can say for sure which Johannes (John) was from where. The disembarcation records at Charleston were destroyed by Sherman`s Army during the War Between The States but I`m certain that my ol` John came in thru that port which was the second largest here in America in the mid 1700`s. I know he obtained land in South Carolina in 1749.

Descendants of the other John claim their ancestor came in thru what`s now New York.

I live in Raleigh, NC and my e-mail address is: johnblair69@msn.com I expect I can help you if you are of a mind to contact me direct.


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