States: North Carolina: Beaufort
Dan - Odell Spain is correct- I know which one he is probably referring to because I recently found a Hagen Place in my documents for the Campen Family. My GGGgrandfather was Benjamin Campen, SR. dod 1819. His lands were split in 1823 among his surviving children - the division of property has a map included in it that shows the Hagen Place as one of 5 tracts of land owned by my ggggrandfather Benjamin Campen. I have a copy of this document that a relative got from NC Archives; Beaufort Estates; Box CR009.508.6; Folder Campen, Benjamin - 1823; the tract was inherited by Zorada Campen Davis, married O.F. Davis approximately 6-9 months before the division of property was done. The Hagen tract lay on the West side of Goose Creek. I've been rather curious as to how it came to be in the Campen family line; but I also know 2 other tracts were pattened by Luke Robason SW of the Hagen place, and the other places were the Campen place, the Spring Place and the Purser Place which laid on the East side of Goose Creek - the Robason's, the Purser's and the Spring's were all related to the Campens, but I don't know if the Hagens were or not.
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