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Hargas / Hargis Family in Edgar County, Illinois 1850
Posted by: Jim and Linda Radcliff (ID *****0694) Date: February 21, 2003 at 23:53:45
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Searching for further information on the following family; They can later be found in settled in Polk and Warren County, Iowa.

1850 Edgar County, Illinois, District 19 (See transcribed copy in File) Enumeration Date 17 September 1850 by G. W. Rivers, Asst. Marshal, page 151 Images #76 & 77 on

Dwelling #505
House # 505

Thomas HARGAS (or could be HARGUS) 41 M Farmer Pulaski Co., KY
Anna 37 F Pulaski Co., KY
John HARGUFS 15 M Laborer Pulaski Co., KY
Niaguria 13 F Pulaski Co., Ky
Penelope 12 F Pulaski Co., Ky
Drusilla 10 F Pulaski Co., Ky
Soba 8 F Pulaski Co., Ky
Anna 6 F Pulaski Co., Ky
Josiah 4 M Pulaski Co., Ky
Mary J. 1 F Edgar Co., Illinois
Penelope HARGUFS (Sr ?) 68 F VA

Who is this Penelope Hargas / Hargis / Hargus ??? Could she actually be the mother of my Thomas Hargis/Hargas, ?? I have been under the impression that he was the son of William Hargis and Rachel Meece. Perhaps we have Thomas connected to wrong parents. ?? This Penelope is old enough to be his mother, and note the daughter named Penelope?

Neighbors: # 492 Joseph Hitts of Blount County, Tenn.
#504 John C. Campbell NSP Clergyman of Blount County, Tenn.
#506 Thomas Means of Ohio
Lots of the Ewing Family in the area
Also James Family in the area

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