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Re: Waggoners Botetourt Co. early 1800
Posted by: Karen Padgett Prewitt Date: September 10, 2000 at 21:13:09
In Reply to: Waggoners Botetourt Co. early 1800 by jean hanks of 1300

I was scrolling to find an answer to a message that I had placed some time ago on Fincastle records and saw the Waggoner name in your query. The Waggoners are an allied family to the Padgett line that I am researching. An Emsey Padgett (born c. 1795) married a Jack (John) Waggoner in North Carolina (Rutherford County) Jack was believed to be the son of Isaac Waggoner who was born in Craven Co. S.C. Sept 11 1761 and Isaac was believed to be the son of Hans (John) Waggoner who migrated from Holland and arrived in Charleston in 1730. I have other information, if you are interested. John and Emsey are buried in Moultrie Ill. This may not be your line, but I thought that you might like to know that one of the sons-in-law of Isaac was a Noah Webb. I have found the Webb name repeatedly in Amherst county Va.records. It may be a real leap, but I thought I would let you decide if the info has any value for you. Good luck! Karen

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