Anna Goldie Bagwell

F, b. 1884, d. 16 January 1943
Anna Goldie (Bagwell) Obituary
Courtesty of Loise Bagwell Burgoyne and Jim Frey
     Anna Goldie Bagwell was also known as Goldie Bagwell. She was born in 1884.1 She was the daughter of Isaiah William Bagwell and Sarah Poulson Edwards. Anna Goldie Bagwell lived in 1919 in Baltimore, Maryland. She married Frederick Reybold Mitchell on 30 October 1920. As of 30 October 1920,her married name was Mitchell. Anna Goldie Bagwell died on 16 January 1943 in Mount Prospect, Accomack County, Virginia.1 She was buried at Mount Holly Cemetery, Onancock, Accomack County, Virginia.1

Citations

  1. [S5826] Goldie Bagwell Mitchell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/179190558

Frederick Reybold Mitchell

M, d. 1924
     Frederick Reybold Mitchell married Anna Goldie Bagwell, daughter of Isaiah William Bagwell and Sarah Poulson Edwards, on 30 October 1920. Frederick Reybold Mitchell died in 1924.

Anna Goldie Bagwell

F, b. 6 February 1814, d. 17 December 1884
     Anna Goldie Bagwell was born on 6 February 1814 in Accomack County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of William Bagwell and Margaret G. Teackle. Anna Goldie Bagwell married William Walston on 1 February 1832 at Accomack County, Virginia. As of 1 February 1832,her married name was Walston. Anna Goldie Bagwell appeared on the census of 6 August 1850 at Accomack County, Virginia.1 She died on 17 December 1884 in Accomack County, Virginia, at age 70.

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

William Walston

M, b. 7 January 1806, d. 4 October 1868
     William Walston was born on 7 January 1806 in Accomack County, Virginia. He married Anna Goldie Bagwell, daughter of William Bagwell and Margaret G. Teackle, on 1 February 1832 at Accomack County, Virginia. William Walston died on 4 October 1868 in Accomack County, Virginia, at age 62.

Isaiah Bagwell

M, b. 23 December 1736, d. before 24 April 1764
     Isaiah Bagwell was born on 23 December 1736. He was the son of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton. Isaiah Bagwell married Sarah Poulson after 1740. Isaiah Bagwell died before 24 April 1764.

Children of Isaiah Bagwell and Sarah Poulson

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Sarah Poulson1

F, b. 19 August 1737
     Sarah Poulson was born on 19 August 1737.2 She married Isaiah Bagwell, son of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton, after 1740. As of after 1740,her married name was Bagwell.

Children of Sarah Poulson and Isaiah Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."
  2. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

William Bagwell

M, b. 25 November 1755
     William Bagwell was born on 25 November 1755. He was the son of Isaiah Bagwell and Sarah Poulson.

Thomas Bagwell

M, b. 15 May 1758, d. 17 May 1816
     Thomas Bagwell was born on 15 May 1758. He was the son of Isaiah Bagwell and Sarah Poulson.1 Thomas Bagwell create his will on 5 November 1810 at Accomack County, Virginia. He was shown as Thomas Bagwell of St. George Parish.

To wife Peggy Bagwell the plantation on which I now reside containing 100 acres. To my half-sister Sarah Poulson the house in which she now lives with 3 acres. To my wife Peggy Bagwell the remainder part of the tract given to my sister Sarah, the whole tract containing 25 acres bounded by the county road on the west, lands of Abel Garrison on the north. Upon wife's death to brother Isaiah Bagwell the aforesaid tract of land containing 25 acres & he is to pay George Poulson, son of my sister Sarah Poulson, $100. To brother Isaiah Bagwell, at the death of my wife, the land where I now live & if he dies without issue, then to brother George Bagwell. To brother Isaiah Bagwell all my land on Cedar Island. To wife Peggy the store house & lot containing 9 acres called Stewart's Store lying on the westward side of the Sea Side county road near the head of Wachapreague. To brother George P. Bagwell the land bounded on the west by the land of Southey Bloxom & the east by the land of Susannah Wharton & John Wharton containing 90 acres & out of this I lend 5 acres to Moses London & Esther his wife & at their death to brother George P. Bagwell. Brother George to pay my sister Sarah Poulson annually for 5 years 3 barrels of Indian corn. To wife the term of service to be completed of Moses London agreeable to the deed of manumission on record & he is to go free if my wife dies before such term & also to wife my black girl Leah & at wife's death Leah to be free. To sisters Elizabeth Jones Wise, wife of George E. Wise of Nansemond, & Sarah Poulson £50 each. To Ezar Poulson, son of George Poulson, £3 & also to Esther Sampson, Daniel Sampson & Jacob Sampson, black people who I manumitted, each £3 to be paid out of the store. To my nephew William Bagwell ... The residue to wife Peggy, except the $100 which I give to the Bishops of the Methodist Church in the United States. Brothers Isaiah & George Bagwell Extrs. Witt: John Wise, Major Budd, Keziah Bundick, Abel Garrison, Aser Shield & James Shield. He died on 17 May 1816 at age 58.1

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

George Poulson Bagwell

M, b. 13 September 1764, d. 17 February 1826
     George Poulson Bagwell was born on 13 September 1764 in Accomack County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Isaiah Bagwell and Sarah Poulson. George Poulson Bagwell married Catherine Chandler before 1790. George Poulson Bagwell died on 17 February 1826 in Accomack County, Virginia, at age 61.1

Children of George Poulson Bagwell and Catherine Chandler

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Catherine Chandler

F, b. before 1780
     Catherine Chandler was born before 1780 in Accomack County, Virginia.1 She married George Poulson Bagwell, son of Isaiah Bagwell and Sarah Poulson, before 1790. As of before 1790,her married name was Bagwell.

Children of Catherine Chandler and George Poulson Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Sarah Poulson Bagwell

F, b. 1790, d. 1840
     Sarah Poulson Bagwell was also known as Sarah Paulson Bagwell.1 She was born in 1790.1 She was the daughter of George Poulson Bagwell and Catherine Chandler. Sarah Poulson Bagwell married John B. Burton after 1800. As of after 1800,her married name was Burton. Sarah Poulson Bagwell died in 1840 in Accomack County, Virginia.1

Children of Sarah Poulson Bagwell and John B. Burton

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Thomas Bagwell III1

M, b. circa 1696, d. circa 1740
     Thomas Bagwell III was born circa 1696. He was the son of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre. Thomas Bagwell III married Elizabeth Wharton, daughter of Francis Wharton and Elizabeth (?), circa 1725. Thomas Bagwell III died circa 1740.1

Children of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton

Citations

  1. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."
  2. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Elizabeth Wharton

F, d. circa 1750
     Elizabeth Wharton was the daughter of Francis Wharton and Elizabeth (?)1 Elizabeth Wharton married Thomas Bagwell III, son of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre, circa 1725. As of circa 1725,her married name was Bagwell. Elizabeth Wharton died circa 1750.1

Children of Elizabeth Wharton and Thomas Bagwell III

Citations

  1. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."
  2. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Ann Bagwell

F, b. circa 1734
     Ann Bagwell was born circa 1734. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton. As of before 1768,her married name was Poulson.1 Ann Bagwell married Edmund Poulson before 1768.1

Citations

  1. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."

Adah Bagwell

F, b. 12 September 1734, d. 26 August 1766
     Her married name was Parker.1 Adah Bagwell was born on 12 September 1734 in Accomack County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton.1 Adah Bagwell married George Parker on 8 March 1756 at Accomack County, Virginia.1 Adah Bagwell died on 26 August 1766 in Accomack County, Virginia, at age 31.1

Children of Adah Bagwell and George Parker

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

George Parker

M, b. 28 October 1735, d. 4 September 1784
     George Parker was born on 28 October 1735 in Accomack County, Virginia. He died on 4 September 1784 in Accomack County, Virginia, at age 48.

John Bagwell

M, b. after 1730
     John Bagwell was also known as John Bagwell.1 He was born after 1730. He was the son of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton.

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Elizabeth Bagwell

F, b. after 1730
     Elizabeth Bagwell was born after 1730. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton.

William Bagwell

M, b. after 1730
     William Bagwell was born after 1730. He was the son of Thomas Bagwell III and Elizabeth Wharton.

Thomas Bagwell II1

M, b. circa 1677, d. January 1712
     Thomas Bagwell II was born circa 1677 in Accomack County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Thomas Bagwell I and Anne Stockley.2 Thomas Bagwell II married Elizabeth Eyre, daughter of John Eyre, circa 1694. Thomas Bagwell II died in January 1712 in Accomack County, Virginia.2 He was buried at Accomack County, Virginia.2

Children of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre

Citations

  1. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."
  2. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.

Elizabeth Eyre

F, b. circa 1680, d. circa 1741
     Elizabeth Eyre was born circa 1680.1 She was the daughter of John Eyre.2 Elizabeth Eyre married Thomas Bagwell II, son of Thomas Bagwell I and Anne Stockley, circa 1694. As of circa 1694,her married name was Bagwell. Elizabeth Eyre married Alexander Stockley after 1713.2 Elizabeth Eyre died circa 1741.1

Children of Elizabeth Eyre and Thomas Bagwell II

Citations

  1. [S996] Arlis Herring, Web Site: ArlisHerring.com.
  2. [S1666] Loise Bagwell Burgoyne care of Jim Frey, "Loise Bagwell Burgoyne's Research Materials."

Elizabeth Bagwell

F, b. circa 1704
     Elizabeth Bagwell was born circa 1704. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

(?) Unknown

M, b. circa 1702
     (?) Unknown was born circa 1702. He was the son of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

Susannah Bagwell

F, b. circa 1706
     Susannah Bagwell was born circa 1706. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

Ann Bagwell

F, b. circa 1708
     Ann Bagwell was born circa 1708. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

Comfort Bagwell

F, b. circa 1710
     Comfort Bagwell was born circa 1710. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

Sarah Bagwell

F, b. circa 1712
     Sarah Bagwell was born circa 1712. She was the daughter of Thomas Bagwell II and Elizabeth Eyre.

Thomas Poulson Bagwell

M, b. 1805, d. 1866
Thomas Poulson Bagwell's Tombstone
     Thomas Poulson Bagwell was born in 1805.1 He was the son of George Poulson Bagwell and Catherine Chandler. Thomas Poulson Bagwell married Sarah Hamilton Wise after 1820. Thomas Poulson Bagwell died in 1866.1 He was buried at Scott Hall (Place), Onancock, Virginia.1

Children of Thomas Poulson Bagwell and Sarah Hamilton Wise

Citations

  1. [S1001] Web Site: GHOTES of Virginia - Virtual Cemeteries: Thomas Poulson Bagwell, online http://www.esva.net/ghotes/virtualcems/accomack/scothall/…
  2. [S960] Lieut Edmund Robinson Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Sarah Hamilton Wise1

F, b. 1804, d. 1887
Sarah Hamilton Wise's Tombstone
     Sarah Hamilton Wise was born in 1804.1 She married Thomas Poulson Bagwell, son of George Poulson Bagwell and Catherine Chandler, after 1820. As of after 1820,her married name was Bagwell. Sarah Hamilton Wise died in 1887.1 She was buried at Scott Hall (Place), Onancock, Virginia.1

Children of Sarah Hamilton Wise and Thomas Poulson Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1002] Web Site: GHOTES of Virginia - Virtual Cemeteries: Sarah Hamilton Wise, online http://www.esva.net/ghotes/virtualcems/accomack/scothall/…
  2. [S960] Lieut Edmund Robinson Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell1

M, b. 2 June 1839, d. 13 June 1876
     Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell was born on 2 June 1839 in Accomack County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Thomas Poulson Bagwell and Sarah Hamilton Wise.1 Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell married Margaret Douglas after 1845. Circa 1859, he graduated from William and Mary and he returned to Onancock, Virginia and opened a school.1 On 10 March 1862, he enlisted on as a private as one of the "Eastern Shore Refugees", organized as a company in Norfolk, Virginia, on February 5, 1862, by Captain John H. White. The company consisted of nearly 80 men, many of whom had served in the the 39th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. The "Refugees" took their name from the fact that the Eastern Shore (Accomack & Northampton Counties in Virginia) had been taken over by Union troops so that the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia should not secede. Anyone who wanted to fight for Virginia had to enlist on the western shore. The "Refugees" served under various unit designations. Edmund was "elected" a 2nd Lieutenant on July 24, 1862. Of 139 men who had served in this unit, only nine were present at Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865 and 2nd Lt. Edmund R. Bagwell was one of them.

There is a question as to when he attained the rank of General that is listed on the monument since he was only a Lt at the end of the war. There was speculation that he might have been made a general in the Virginia Militia. But there was no Virginia Militia after the Civil War. There were the Virginia Volunteers from 1871-1920 which became the Virginia National Guard was also known unofficially as the Virginia Militia but Lt. Bagwell was not a General of the Virginia Volunteers.

The roster of commissioned officers during the Civil War listed him as a "General and Staff Lieutenant". Edmund R. Bagwell's obituary reads in part, " At the breaking out of the late war he promptly responded to the call of his native State, and entered the army as a lieutenant. He was soon promoted and made Adjutant General of Wise's Legion, which position he held at the close of the war...." But this is incorrect as he enlisted as a private. He was made Adjutant General in August 1864 during the Siege of Petersburg. Perhaps the meaning of "general" as applied to his administrative position was misunderstood.1 On 1868 was was awarded an honorary A.M. degree by William and Mary in 1868. He was already a Mason when he became a charter member of Ocean Lodge No.116, Drummondtown, on 15 December 1869, and he served as Master of the Ocean Lodge in 1875.1 On 1869, He was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates and was re-elected in 1871 and 1873, and 1875. He was also one of the commissioners from Virginia at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia.1 Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell died on 13 June 1876 at age 37 There is a monument to him in the center of the old town square of his home town of Onancock, Virginia. His body is buried in a family plot a short distance from his memorial and near his father's home.1 He was buried at Mount Holly Cemetery, Onancock, Accomack County, Virginia.2

Children of Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell and Margaret Douglas

Citations

  1. [S960] Lieut Edmund Robinson Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S3950] Edmund Robinson Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  3. [S3949] Margaret Bagwell Souby Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi