Irene Falls

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     Irene Falls is the daughter of Ed Falls and Susie Bagwell.

(?) Falls

F
     (?) Falls is the daughter of Ed Falls and Susie Bagwell. (?) Falls married Joe Garrett.

Joe Garrett

M
     Joe Garrett married (?) Falls, daughter of Ed Falls and Susie Bagwell.

William R "Bill" Adams

M, b. October 1832, d. 22 September 1924
     William R "Bill" Adams was born in October 1832. He enlisted in the infantry for the 38th Alabama Regiment, Company F on 9 May 1862. He married Lula Bagwell, daughter of Elijah Hudson Bagwell and Charity Ann Upton, on 17 January 1910 at Fayette County, Alabama. William R "Bill" Adams died on 22 September 1924 in Berry, Fayette County, Alabama, at age 91. He was buried at Berry City Cemetery, Berry, Fayette County, Alabama.

Children of William R "Bill" Adams and Lula Bagwell

L. R. Adams

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     L. R. Adams is the son of William R "Bill" Adams and Lula Bagwell.

Florence Adams

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     Florence Adams is the daughter of William R "Bill" Adams and Lula Bagwell.

Thomas Tennyson Dunn

M, b. 13 July 1878, d. 17 November 1954
     Thomas Tennyson Dunn was born on 13 July 1878 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married Ruth Texas Bagwell, daughter of Elijah Hudson Bagwell and Charity Ann Upton, circa 1901.1 Thomas Tennyson Dunn died on 17 November 1954 in Jefferson County, Alabama, at age 76. He was buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S2192] Email from Dan Ricks dated September 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Thomas T. Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Clarence (Charles) Dunn

M
     Clarence (Charles) Dunn is the son of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Child of Clarence (Charles) Dunn

Citations

  1. [S2192] Email from Dan Ricks dated September 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Thomas T. Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Paul Dunn

M
     Paul Dunn is the son of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Collier D. Dunn

M
     Collier D. Dunn is the son of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Vera M. Dunn

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     Vera M. Dunn is the daughter of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell. Vera M. Dunn married (?) Wright.

(?) Wright

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     (?) Wright married Vera M. Dunn, daughter of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Elette Dunn1

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     Elette Dunn is the daughter of Thomas Tennyson Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.1 Elette Dunn married (?) Ricks in 1930.

Child of Elette Dunn and (?) Ricks

Citations

  1. [S2192] Email from Dan Ricks dated September 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Thomas T. Dunn and Ruth Texas Bagwell.

Grover C. Karrh

M, b. 1886
     Grover C. Karrh was born in 1886. He was the son of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell. Grover C. Karrh lived in 1973 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Sally Karrh

F, b. 1877
     Sally Karrh was born in 1877. She was the daughter of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell. Her married name was Colbert. Sally Karrh married (?) Colbert.

(?) Colbert

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     (?) Colbert married Sally Karrh, daughter of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell.

Samuel W. Karrh

M, b. 1878
     Samuel W. Karrh was born in 1878. He was the son of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell.

William M. Karrh

M, b. 1888
     William M. Karrh was born in 1888. He was the son of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell.

James A. Karrh

M, b. 1891
     James A. Karrh was born in 1891. He was the son of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell.

Lonnie B. Karrh

M, b. 1883
     Lonnie B. Karrh was born in 1883. He was the son of James Alvin Karrh and Elizabeth Jerusha Bagwell.

William Washington Bagwell

M, b. 5 August 1872, d. 17 May 1952
William Washington Bagwell
     William Washington Bagwell was born on 5 August 1872 in Banner, Calhoun County, Mississippi. He was the son of Thomas Coffey Bagwell and Sophiah Elizabeth Hawkins. William Washington Bagwell married Mary Etta Deweese on 27 April 1904. William Washington Bagwell and Mary Etta Deweese were divorced between 1930 and 1940. William Washington Bagwell died on 17 May 1952 in Leavenworth, Kansas, at age 79 William Washington Bagwell, of Banner, Mississippi, was married to Mary Etta DeWeese, the daughter of Oklahoma homesteaders. They moved from Oklahoma to Kansas along with the railroad. Over the years, they had 13 children, and after losing two sets of twins in infancy, raised nine to adulthood.

"Wash," as he was known, was a gifted musician who played violin, piano, and organ. He was music director at his church and had a powerful tenor voice. Wash was known as a Jack of all trades who could do or fix just about anything. He retired from the railroad and owned a general store in Lansing, Kansas, for a number of years.1
He was buried at Mount Muncie Cemetery, Lansing, Leavenworth County, Kansas.1

Children of William Washington Bagwell and Mary Etta Deweese

Citations

  1. [S4517] William Washington Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S5936] Email from Barbara Morey-Johncox dated September 2019 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Barbara Morey-Johncox Family.

Elizabeth Ann “Eliza” Bagwell

F, b. 28 December 1860, d. 15 January 1941
     Elizabeth Ann “Eliza” Bagwell was born on 28 December 1860 in Mississippi.1 She was the daughter of Charles Burk Bagwell and Frances Simpson. As of 25 December 1884,her married name was Welch.1 Elizabeth Ann “Eliza” Bagwell married George Franklin Welch on 25 December 1884 at Sebastian County, Arkansas.1 Elizabeth Ann “Eliza” Bagwell died on 15 January 1941 in Havana, Yell County, Arkansas, at age 80.1 She was buried at Havana Cemetery, Havana, Yell County, Arkansas.1

Citations

  1. [S5833] Elizabeth Ann “Eliza” Bagwell Welch Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/111126233

John Jackson Bagwell

M, b. 1841, d. 29 June 1862
     John Jackson Bagwell was born in 1841 in Anderson County, South Carolina.1 He was the son of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell. Enlisted in Company K, 1st (Orrs Rifles) Infantry Regiment South Carolina. He was admitted to General Hospital at Camp Winder, Richmond, Virginia. John Jackson Bagwell died on 29 June 1862 in Winder Hospital, Richmond, Richmond County, Virginia, of disease during the Civil War.

Winder Hospital - Information about Winder Hospital in Richmond, VA during the Civil War.

This vast hospital complex was constructed shortly after the outbreak of the War at what was then called "western terminus of Cary Street." It was on land now east of the present municipal-owned William Byrd Park (which was then the training grounds known as Camp Jackson) with an annex in the park area to the south of the present Fountain lake and to the east of the Reservoir. The hospital's boundaries are the present city streets of Winder, Amelia, and Hampton Streets, and Allen Avenue. To the north of Winder Hospital was Jackson Hospital with which it shared some of its activities.

It was referred to as "The largest hospital in the Confederacy," by the Richmond Whig on June 15, 1864 (1864-06-15, Richmond Whig; Account of editorial visit to Winder Hospital)

Winder Hospital opened with a capacity in excess of 3000 and quickly expanded to 4300. Originally divided into five divisions, a sixth was added plus a tent division for an additional 700 patients. It had 98 buildings.

Winder Hospital had numerous natural springs, deep wells, a large library, a central register of patients, an information house, cook-houses, bakeries, food-processing facilities, employee barracks, treatment and surgical buildings, and warehouses. It had 125 acres of farmland used for growing supplies, recreational facilities, and bathhouses, etc. It provided regular transportation service to downtown and operated river and canal boats.

Winder Hospital was named for General John Henry Winder who was appointed June 21, 1861 as Provost Marshal and commander of prisons in Richmond. Dr. Alexander G. Lane was the surgeon-in-charge.

A fire on January 21, 1864 destroyed the 2nd Division with a loss of $50,000 but with no injuries or deaths. The hospital maintained its own well-equipped fire brigade.

A volunteer force made up of attendants and patients under Lt. Col. A. S. Cunningham served actively a the Battle of North Anna. Later a battalion was formed with Jackson Hospital under the Command of Dr. Major Chambliss that saw active duty in the battles of 1865. A company of Negro soldiers was formed in February 1865 under Captain Grimes, which saw active service with those from Jackson.

Winder Hospital was used with Camp Jackson by Federal occupation forces as a hospital and encampment area. It was called Camp Grant. The Western annex was used as the headquarters and encampment for XXIVth Army Corps.

Numerous of the former ward buildings are still standing in the area and have been converted into homes, particularly on Powhatan Street.1
He was buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia.1

Citations

  1. [S958] Pvt John Jackson Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41299455

James A. Bagwell Jr.

M, b. circa 1839, d. 17 January 1863
     James A. Bagwell Jr. was born circa 1839. He was the son of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell. James A. Bagwell Jr. married Adaline (?) after 1856. Enlisted in Company E, 16th Infantry South Carolina. James A. Bagwell Jr. died on 17 January 1863 in Near Richmond, Virginia.

Gambrell Bagwell

M, b. 1828, d. 1828
     Gambrell Bagwell died in 1828 in Anderson County, South Carolina. He was born in 1828 in Anderson County, South Carolina. He was the son of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell.

Malinda (Linda) Bagwell

F, b. circa 1829, d. 1914
     Malinda (Linda) Bagwell was born circa 1829 in Anderson County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell. As of 1852,her married name was Morrison. Malinda (Linda) Bagwell married John Morrison in 1852 at Anderson County, South Carolina. Malinda (Linda) Bagwell died in 1914 in Anderson County, South Carolina.

John Morrison

M, b. 1825
     John Morrison was born in 1825. He married Malinda (Linda) Bagwell, daughter of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell, in 1852 at Anderson County, South Carolina.

Mary Jane Bagwell

F, b. 1831
     Mary Jane Bagwell was born in 1831 in Anderson County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell. As of after 1845,her married name was Cook. Mary Jane Bagwell married (?) Cook after 1845. As of after 1846,her married name was Gunnells. Mary Jane Bagwell married Robert Gunnells after 1846.

Thomas Pleasant Bagwell

M, b. 15 November 1832, d. 3 January 1863
     Thomas Pleasant Bagwell was also known as Pleasant Bagwell. He was born on 15 November 1832 in Anderson County, South Carolina. He was the son of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell. Thomas Pleasant Bagwell married Sarah Elizabeth Davis in 1858 at Anderson County, South Carolina. Enlisted as a private in Company H, 7th South Carolina Infantry. Thomas Pleasant Bagwell died on 3 January 1863 in Charlottesville, Virginia, at age 30.1 He was buried at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.1

Children of Thomas Pleasant Bagwell and Sarah Elizabeth Davis

Citations

  1. [S959] Pvt Pleasant Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11430842
  2. [S1806] Mrs. Anna Bagwell Simpson, South Carolina Death Certificate - Mrs. Anna Bagwell Simpson.

Sarah Elizabeth Davis

F, b. 9 May 1839, d. 30 December 1922
     Sarah Elizabeth Davis was born on 9 May 1839. As of 1858,her married name was Bagwell. She married Thomas Pleasant Bagwell, son of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell, in 1858 at Anderson County, South Carolina. As of before 1869,her married name was Gambrell. Sarah Elizabeth Davis married Almond Reed Gambrell before 1869. Sarah Elizabeth Davis died on 30 December 1922 at age 83. She was buried at Broadmouth Church Cemetery, Honea Path, Abbeville County, South Carolina.

Children of Sarah Elizabeth Davis and Thomas Pleasant Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1806] Mrs. Anna Bagwell Simpson, South Carolina Death Certificate - Mrs. Anna Bagwell Simpson.