Freeman Bagwell1

M
     Freeman Bagwell is the son of Oliver Taylor Bagwell and Mattie Vaughan.1

Citations

  1. [S1622] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Cartersville, Bartow, Georgia; Emuneration District: 2, Supervisor District: 7, Sheet: 6B, Dwelling: 126, Family Number: 127, Date: 1910.

Hazel Young1

F, b. 26 November 1914, d. 16 December 1991
     Hazel Young was born on 26 November 1914.1 As of 11 March 1934,her married name was Bagwell.1 She married Robert N. Bagwell, son of John Milton Bagwell and Ada Jane Vaughan, on 11 March 1934.1 Hazel Young died on 16 December 1991 at age 77.1 She was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Cartersville, Bartow County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S1623] Hazel Young Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Almer Wiley "Pete" Castleberry

M, b. 24 December 1893, d. 15 September 1962
     Almer Wiley "Pete" Castleberry was born on 24 December 1893. He married Madge Bagwell, daughter of Oliver Taylor Bagwell and Mattie Vaughan, on 4 November 1923. Almer Wiley "Pete" Castleberry died on 15 September 1962 in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, at age 68.

Maggie Beatrice Bagwell

F, b. 25 April 1921, d. 17 July 2010
     Maggie Beatrice Bagwell was born on 25 April 1921 in Bartow County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Thomas M. Bagwell and Lovella Willis. Maggie Beatrice Bagwell died on 17 July 2010 at age 89.

Hadley Bohanon1

M, b. circa 1835, d. December 1882
     Hadley Bohanon was born circa 1835 in North Carolina.1 He married Caroline M. Bagwell, daughter of Willis Bagwell and Ada Privett, circa 1856 at Wake County, North Carolina.1 American Civil War Veteran

Native American Cherokee

Hadley Bohanon was born about 1835 somewhere in North Carolina, possibly in Surry County or surrounding area.
His full name is most likely Simon Hadley Bohanon, either an assumed name or named after Simon Hadley(1766-1803) a Quaker of Surry County NC. He Served as a Private in Harlan County Battalion, Company B. This Battalion was on active duty from 13 October 1862 to 13 January 1863. The Harlan County Battalion fought the Tenth Kentucky Mounted Rifles CSA, fellow kentuckyians, in the First Battle of Whitesburg, Letcher County Kentucky 13 December 1862.
Enlisted as a Private 1 April 1865 in Three Forks Battalion Regiment Ky, Company H, mustered out 17 July 1865 in Irvine Ky. The Three Forks Battalion fought the 13th Kentucky Calvery CSA in the Second Battle of Whitesburg, Letcher County Kentucky 16 April 1865. Hadley Bohanon died in December 1882 in Letcher County, Kentucky, Served as a Private in Harlan County Battalion, Company B. This Battalion was on active duty from 13 October 1862 to 13 January 1863. The Harlan County Battalion fought the Tenth Kentucky Mounted Rifles CSA in the First Battle of Whitesburg, Letcher County Kentucky 13 December 1862.
Enlisted as a Private 1 April 1865 in Three Forks Battalion Regiment Ky, Company H, mustered out 17 July 1865 in Irvine Ky. The Three Forks Battalion fought the 13th Kentucky Calvery CSA in the Second Battle of Whitesburg, Letcher County Kentucky 16 April 1865.1 He was buried at Maggard Cemetery, Partridge, Letcher County, Kentucky.

Child of Hadley Bohanon and Caroline M. Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1625] Web Site: Allen Shepherd's Genealogy Pages, online http://alshepbg.home.insightbb.com/index1.html
  2. [S1626] Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon Maggard Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon1

F, b. 24 April 1857, d. after 1880
     Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon was born on 24 April 1857 in Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of Hadley Bohanon and Caroline M. Bagwell.1 As of after 1873,her married name was Maggard.2 Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon married James F. Maggard Jr. after 1873.2 Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon died after 1880 in Letcher County, Kentucky.1

Citations

  1. [S1626] Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon Maggard Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S1627] Jr James F Maggard Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

James F. Maggard Jr.1

M, b. 3 March 1850, d. 17 February 1894
     James F. Maggard Jr. was born on 3 March 1850 in Letcher County, Kentucky.1 He married Elizabeth Elnora Bohanon, daughter of Hadley Bohanon and Caroline M. Bagwell, after 1873.1 James F. Maggard Jr. died on 17 February 1894 in Letcher County, Kentucky, at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S1627] Jr James F Maggard Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

David Andrew Sergent1

M, b. 6 March 1842, d. 9 July 1926
David and Nancy Jane (Bagwell) Sergent
(Letcher County) Kentucky
Photograph courtesy of Clarice (Bagwell) Moore
     David Andrew Sergent was born on 6 March 1842 in Harlan County, Kentucky.1 He served Union Army, 24th Regt., Infantry Company B Civil War (Harlan County Battalion (Union), Company B). He married Nancy Jane Bagwell, daughter of Willis Bagwell and Ada Privett, on 8 August 1865.1,2 David Andrew Sergent died on 9 July 1926 in Letcher County, Kentucky, at age 84.1

Citations

  1. [S1628] Web Site: Annette Potter Family Genealogy, online http://yeahpot.com
  2. [S1705] Clarice (Bagwell) Moore, "Genealogy Project - Clarice (Bagwell) Moore."

Joseph Craft1

M, b. 6 February 1848, d. 20 October 1910
     Joseph Craft was born on 6 February 1848 in Letcher County, Kentucky.1 He married Rausea "Rosa" Bagwell, daughter of Willis Bagwell and Ada Privett, on 2 September 1869.1 Joseph Craft died on 20 October 1910 at age 62.1

Citations

  1. [S1628] Web Site: Annette Potter Family Genealogy, online http://yeahpot.com

Ella Blanche Hackler1,2

F, b. 4 October 1911, d. 11 February 1999
Front (Left to Right): Ella Blanche (Hackler) Bagwell, Clarice (Bagwell) Moore, H. A. Bagwell, Jr.
Back: John Charles Bagwell I
Photograph courtesy of Clarice (Moore) Bagwell
     Ella Blanche Hackler was born on 4 October 1911 in Comers Rock, Grayson County, Virginia.1,2 As of after 1928,her married name was Bagwell.1 She married Marion Bert Bagwell, son of Hiram Alexander Bagwell and Clara Belle Bishop, after 1928.1,2 Ella Blanche Hackler died on 11 February 1999 in Galax City, Virginia, at age 87.1,2 She was buried at Grubb's Chapel Cemetery, Fox, Grayson County, Virginia.1,2

Children of Ella Blanche Hackler and Marion Bert Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1631] Ella Blanche Hackler Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S1705] Clarice (Bagwell) Moore, "Genealogy Project - Clarice (Bagwell) Moore."
  3. [S1632] Bobby Scott Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  4. [S1633] Infant Girl Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  5. [S1634] Infant Boy Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Bobby Scott Bagwell1

M, b. 23 October 1936, d. 19 August 1961
     Bobby Scott Bagwell was born on 23 October 1936 in Bridle Creek, Grayson County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Marion Bert Bagwell and Ella Blanche Hackler.1 Bobby Scott Bagwell died on 19 August 1961 in Galax City, Virginia, at age 24 Obituary:

Bobby Scott Bagwell, 24, son of Bert Bagwell and wife, Mrs. Blanche Hackler Bagwell, 308 Front St., Galax, died in a local hospital about 10 a.m. Saturday, August 19, 1961, as the result of injuries suffered in a single-vehicle traffic accident in Galax about 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
The deceased young man was the driver and sole occupant of an automobile which failed to maneuver the intersection of North Main St. and Stuart Dr., as it moved northward on Main into the intersection and crashed into a stone wall on the north side of Stuart Dr., according to Police Officer Cecil Hodge.
The car was demolished by the impact. The victim, according to Officer Hodge, suffered a crushed chest and other injuries in the mishap. He is survived, in addition to his parents, by one sister, Mrs. Reta Clarice Smith, Galax; two brothers, H. A. Bagwell and Charles Bagwell, both of Galax; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Hackler, RFD 2, Galax; and his paternal grandfather, H. A. Bagwell, Independence.
He was born in Grubb's Chapel community, near Bridle Creek, October 23, 1936. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps for some time, and was employed at the time of his death as a truck driver for Combs & McKnight, of Galax, lumber dealers.
Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. today (Monday) at Grubb's Chapel Baptist Church by the Rev. Fred Jennings, pastor of the church, the Rev. Brice Barton, and the Rev. Robert S. Dendy, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Galax.
Interment was in the church cemetery, where military rites were conducted by Galax Post No. 7568, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Blue Ridge Post No. 145, American Legion.
The body was removed at 5:30 p.m. Sunday from Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home, Independence, to the residence in Galax, and was placed in the church one hour before the services.
Pallbearers were Gene McKnight, Arthur Lundy, James Sizemore, Reese Spurlin, Joe Anderson, Arnold Hawks, E. W. Cockerham and Noah Felts.1
He was buried at Grubb's Chapel Cemetery, Fox, Grayson County, Virginia.1

Citations

  1. [S1632] Bobby Scott Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Infant Bagwell1

F, b. 14 March 1942, d. 14 March 1942
Twins (Boy and Girl) of Marion Bert and Ella Blanche (Hackler) Bagwell
Photograph of Clarice (Bagwelll) Moore
     Infant Bagwell died on 14 March 1942 in Grayson County, Virginia.1 She was born on 14 March 1942 in Grayson County, Virginia.1 She was buried.1 She was the daughter of Marion Bert Bagwell and Ella Blanche Hackler.1

Citations

  1. [S1633] Infant Girl Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Infant Boy Bagwell1

M, b. 14 March 1942, d. 14 March 1942
Twins (Boy and Girl) of Marion Bert and Ella Blanche (Hackler) Bagwell
Photograph of Clarice (Bagwelll) Moore
     Infant Boy Bagwell died on 14 March 1942 in Grayson County, Virginia.1 He was born on 14 March 1942 in Grayson County, Virginia.1 He was buried at Grubb's Chapel Cemetery, Fox, Grayson County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Marion Bert Bagwell and Ella Blanche Hackler.1

Citations

  1. [S1634] Infant Boy Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Catherine Bagwell1

F, b. 15 August 1834, d. 25 July 1896
     Catherine Bagwell was born on 15 August 1834 in Greenville, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1 As of 1852,her married name was Davis.2 Catherine Bagwell married Abner C. Davis in 1852.2 Catherine Bagwell died on 25 July 1896 in Greenville, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at age 61.

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1219] Email from Kim Bagwell Minor dated February and December 2010 to Hunter Bagwell; Subject Line: Harmon Reid Bagwell Family History.

Malinda Bagwell1

F, b. circa 1838
     Malinda Bagwell was born circa 1838 in South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.

Mary Bagwell1

F, b. 1841, d. 1860
     Mary Bagwell was born in 1841 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1 Mary Bagwell died in 1860 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.

Martha Bagwell1

F, b. circa 1843
     Martha Bagwell was born circa 1843 in South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.

Margaret Bagwell1

F, b. circa 1845
     Margaret Bagwell was born circa 1845 in South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.

James Bagwell1

M, b. circa 1849, d. 1860
     James Bagwell was born circa 1849 in South Carolina.1 He was the son of Anderson Bagwell and Gillet Gunnells.1 James Bagwell died in 1860 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S1635] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Greenville, South Carolina; Sheet: 415, Dwelling: 1418, Family Number: 1418, Date: 1850.

Mary (Polly) Gambrell

F, b. 1794
     Mary (Polly) Gambrell was born in 1794. She was the daughter of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone.

John Elford Gambrell

M, b. 1795, d. 1870
     John Elford Gambrell was born in 1795. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. He enlisted in the Confederate Army in the 1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's) .

1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's)

1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade, it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manassas and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, F.E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers. John Elford Gambrell died in 1870.

Elizabeth Gambrell

F, b. 1797, d. 1873
     Elizabeth Gambrell was born in 1797. She was the daughter of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. Elizabeth Gambrell died in 1873.

William Gambrell

M, b. 1799, d. 1880
     William Gambrell was born in 1799. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. He enlisted in the Confederate Army in the 1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's) .

1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's)

1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade, it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manassas and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, F.E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers. William Gambrell died in 1880.

James Gambrell

M, b. 1802, d. 1866
     James Gambrell was born in 1802. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. James Gambrell died in 1866.

George Gambrell

M, b. 1804, d. 1880
     George Gambrell was born in 1804. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. George Gambrell died in 1880.

Barbara Gambrell

F, b. 1810
     Barbara Gambrell was born in 1810. She was the daughter of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone.

Enoch Breazeale Gambrell

M, b. 1812, d. 1890
     Enoch Breazeale Gambrell was born in 1812. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. He enlisted in the Confederate Army in the 1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's) .

1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's)

1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade, it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manassas and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, F.E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers. Enoch Breazeale Gambrell died in 1890.

Enos Gambrell

M, b. 1815, d. 1863
     Enos Gambrell was born in 1815. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. Enos Gambrell died in 1863.

Harmon Reed Gambrell

M, b. 1817, d. 1862
     Harmon Reed Gambrell was born in 1817. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. He enlisted in the Confederate Army in the 1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's) .

1st Regiment, South Carolina Rifles (Orr's)

1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade, it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manassas and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, F.E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers. Harmon Reed Gambrell died in 1862.

(?) Cook

M
     (?) Cook married Mary Jane Bagwell, daughter of James A. Bagwell and Sarah Gambrell, after 1845.