Kristen Marie McCoy1

F
     Kristen Marie McCoy married Robert Bascon Hoskins III.1 Kristen Marie McCoy is the daughter of David Masland McCoy and Linda Nell Linville.1

Citations

  1. [S60] Chip and Pat Collins, "Goff Genealogy (Chip Collins)."

Wiley George Bagwell1

M, b. 21 August 1820, d. 23 September 1883
Wiley George Bagwell
Photograph courtesy of Paticia Micak Bagwell
     Wiley George Bagwell was born on 21 August 1820 in Jefferson County, Alabama.2,3 He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Wiley George Bagwell married Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar, daughter of Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr. and Margaret Gant, before 1841 at Alabama. Wiley George Bagwell died on 23 September 1883 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, at age 63
Husband of Euphamia Bagwell (Lollar). Father of 10 children: James Wilson b.22 Oct 1841; Mary F. b.28 Aug 1843; Margarette E. b.16 Aug 1848; Elijah Hudson "Lige" b.4 Jul 1850; Nancy Ann b. Nov. 1851; Elizabeth Jerusha b.23 Dec 1853; Marion Randolph b.19 May 1856; Sallie b.11 Aug 1858; William Wiley, b.11 Sep 1859; Susie Caroline b. 12 May 1864.

Wiley G.'s father is buried at Cedar Grove according to an old cemetery survey that includes Mary Polly Bagwell (York).
Wiley Bagwell most likely had a first wife, name unknown, since son, Wiley G. Bagwell was born in 1820. Wiley married Mary "Polly" York in Jefferson Co., AL May 27, 1823. He was born in St.Laurens District, SC, and most likely died in Mandy, Fayette Co., AL, sometime after June 8, 1880 Census was taken.2,3
He was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2,3

Children of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar

Citations

  1. [S121] Interview, Mary (Bagwell) Freeman, 1973.
  2. [S120] Greg and Charesa Hester © Copyright 2000 Greg and Charesa Hester All Rights Reserved, Wiley United Methodist Church Cemetery.
  3. [S4013] Wiley George Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.

Nancy "Sis" Bagwell

F, b. 1825, d. between 1870 and 1880
     Her married name was Lollar. Nancy "Sis" Bagwell was born in 1825 in Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Nancy "Sis" Bagwell married Hugh Gauntt Squire Lollar Jr., son of Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr. and Margaret Gant, on 23 December 1839 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.1 Nancy "Sis" Bagwell died between 1870 and 1880 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Children of Nancy "Sis" Bagwell and Hugh Gauntt Squire Lollar Jr.

Citations

  1. [S256] Hunting For Bears Genealogy Society, Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969 [database on-line]: Nancy Bagwell.

Emanuel York Bagwell1

M, b. 6 August 1825, d. 15 January 1902
     Emanuel York Bagwell was born on 6 August 1825 in Jefferson County, Alabama.2,3 He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Emanuel York Bagwell married Mary Mathilda Waldrop, daughter of Ezekial Waldrop and Rebecca Clements, on 20 January 1859 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2 Emanuel York enlisted as a Corporal in Company F, 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment of the Confederate States of America.

Regimental History: THE FORTY-FIRST ALABAMA INFANTRY.

The Forty-first regiment, 1,250 strong, was organized in May, 1862; was ordered from Tuscaloosa to Chattanooga; was in Middle Tennessee for some months, doing guard duty principally; was sent to Kentucky in September, brigaded under General Hanson, being the only Alabama troops in his Kentucky brigade.

Under its gallant and brave Colonel Stansel, who shared its vicissitudes from the beginning until the close, it fought valiantly at Murfreesboro, December 31st to January 2nd, where two of its finest lieutenants were killed, as was its brigade commender, General Hanson.

Gen. Marcus Wright and Colonel Hunt, successively, commanded the Kentucky brigade, but in May, 1863, it was assigned to General Helm, and moved to Tullahoma in Breckinridge's army. The regiment was engaged in the operations for the relief of Vicksburg, and in the trenches at Jackson through the long, weary summer of 1863.

Rejoining the army of Tennessee, the regiment immortalized itself at Chickamauga, September 19 and 20, 1863. Of the 325 men who went into battle, 147 were killed and wounded, several of them officers. Again it lost its brigade commander, General Helm being killed in this battle.

In November, we find the regiment brigaded with the Forty-third Alabama and the First, Second, Third and Fourth battalions, Hilliard's legion (afterward known as the Fifty-ninth and Sixtieth Alabama), and Stallworth's sharpshooters, under the command of General Gracie, which organization remained identical until the surrender; took part, with considerable loss, in the campaign of East Tennessee.

In April, 1864, the brigade was sent to Virginia; was at Drewry's Bluff, May 12th to 16th, and at Dutch Gap. Took part in the siege of Petersburg, March 25th to April 2nd, where Maj. L. D. Hudgins was killed, and the loss was very severe; suffered greatly at Hatcher's Run; at White Oak road it lost its brave and gallant Lieutenant-Colonel Trimmier.

The regiment was bravely fighting at Appomattox, and had repulsed the enemy, when the flag of truce ended the fight, and, at the same time, the long war.

Of 1,454 names on the rolls since its enrollment, there were 270 in this last fight, led by Stansel, and under the command of General Gordon.

Capt. Robert H. McCord died in the service; Capt. B. A. Hudgins was wounded, and Lieuts. J. T. Hardaway and N. B. Lenderman were killed, at Murfreesboro. Capt. L. M. Clements was wounded, and Lieut. A. Hawkins and Sergt.-Maj. Ira Tarrant were killed, at Chickamauga; Capt. H. M. Bell was wounded at Hatcher's Run.

The field officers were Cols. Henry Talbird and M. L. Stansel, wounded at Murfreesboro, and since distinguished in the political history of Alabama and at the bar; Lieut.-Cols. J. T. Murfee and T. G. Trimmier, who laid down his life at White Oak road; and Majs. Jesse G. Nash and L. D. Hudgins, the latter killed at Petersburg.

Source: Confederate Military History, vol. VIII, p. 183


Stone's River after battle report:

Report of Lieut. Col. M. L. Stansel, Forty-first Alabama Infantry.

TULLAHOMA, TENN., January 12, 1863.
SIR: I have the honor to make the following report of the performances of this regiment in the recent seven days' battles in front of Murfreesborough, Tenn.:

On Sunday, December 28, this regiment, together with the other regiments composing Hanson's brigade, acting under orders proceeding from general headquarters, proceeded to Wayne's Hill and formed line of battle in rear and in support of Cobb's battery and a section of the Washington Artillery, as also a section of Lumsden's battery. In this
position we remained for several days, exposed to a constant and galling fire both from the enemy's artillery and sharpshooters, awaiting an evidently contemplated attack upon that point. During this time two of our best lieutenants.3,4 He married Amanda Malvinia Collins on 24 July 1877 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2 Emanuel York Bagwell married Loveaser Louisa F Collins, daughter of Sam Collins and Mary Pogue, in 1891 at Tuscalsoosa, Tuscalsoosa County, Alabama.2 Emanuel York Bagwell died on 15 January 1902 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, at age 76.2,3 He was buried at Cripple Creek Cemetery, Samantha, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.3

Children of Emanuel York Bagwell and Mary Mathilda Waldrop

Children of Emanuel York Bagwell and Amanda Malvinia Collins

Children of Emanuel York Bagwell and Loveaser Louisa F Collins

Citations

  1. [S121] Interview, Mary (Bagwell) Freeman, 1973.
  2. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  3. [S136] Emanuel York Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S459] "American Civil War Regiments [database on-line]: 41st Infantry Regiment Alabama."
  5. [S137] Amanda M Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Elizabeth Ann Bagwell

F, b. 1826, d. 1875
     Elizabeth Ann Bagwell was born in 1826 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. As of 12 December 1843,her married name was Drammon. Elizabeth Ann Bagwell married T. H. Drammon on 12 December 1843 at Jefferson County, Alabama. Elizabeth Ann Bagwell died in 1875 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

George LaFayette Bagwell1

M, b. December 1833, d. 26 March 1906
     George LaFayette Bagwell was also known as George L. Bagwell. He was born in December 1833 in Jefferson County, Alabama, and he was half Cherokee.2 He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. George LaFayette Bagwell married Mary Bethaney Laster on 11 January 1853 at Jefferson County, Alabama.1 He had a general store in Thackerville, Indian Territory. George LaFayette Bagwell married Bethany Ellen Strange after 1860. George LaFayette Bagwell died on 26 March 1906 in Eureka, Humboldt County, California, at age 72 George L. Bagwell is a son of Wiley and Mary York Bagwell. He married Mary Bethaney Nancy Laster on Feb. 12, 1853 in Jefferson Co., AL. Some folks have put George's middle name as "Lafayette" but In my 40 plus years of research, I have never seen proof of this. The "L" may also stand for "Lucas" as a grandson was named this, George Lucas "Luke" Bagwell, a son of Jesse Ray and Henrietta Johnson Bagwell. If you have proof, please let me know.

BAGWELL - In this city, March 26, 1906, George L., beloved husband of Bathany Bagwell and father of Mrs. Walter Baker and Thomas A. Bagwell of Eureka, J. W., J. R. and George Bagwell, Mrs. Annie Moutray and Mrs. Ellen Laster of Texas; a native of Alabama, aged 73 years and three months.

Notice of funeral hereafter.

Funeral Rites: The funeral of George L. Bagwell, a stranger here, from Texas, was held from the Masonic Hall this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. Burns officiated as the worshipful master and the Rev. R. D. Clark as the clergyman. T. D. Petch and A. J. Monroe sand the dirges, with an organ accompaniment by J. J. Von Hovenburg. The Pallbearers were E. J. Frost, C. W. Hitchings, W. S. Gemmil, Hubert Murray, Alec Rankin, and Peter Root. Interment was at Ocean View Cemetery.

The gravestone has him born in 1832, died in 1906 and has a Masonic emblem on it.

George & Nancy had children:

son died young
Martha b. ca 1856 AL m. Mr. West
had a dau., Molly West, b. ca 1876 m. Bob Hall
It was said that Martha's was the oldest child, married a Mr. West, they had one dau., Molly who m. Bob Hall, who in the 1920s moved to Saint Jo, TX. It was stated that Martha died in childbirth.1,2 He was buried at Ocean View Cemetery, Eureka, Humbolt County, California.2

Children of George LaFayette Bagwell and Mary Bethaney Laster

Citations

  1. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  2. [S3110] George L. Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Charles Burk Bagwell

M, b. 1828, d. 7 July 1863
     Charles Burk Bagwell was born in 1828 in Jefferson County, Alabama. He was the son of Redmond (Redman) Bagwell and Mary Lennard. Charles Burk Bagwell married Frances Simpson on 22 March 1847 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Private in Company F 42nd Regiment, MS of the Confederate States of America. Charles Burk Bagwell died on 7 July 1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, from wounds suffered in the Battle of Gettysburg.
(Roll: M598_10 - Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War, 1861-1865; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M598, 145 rolls); War Department Collection of Confederate Records, Record Group 109; National Archives, Washington, D.C.)

Children of Charles Burk Bagwell and Frances Simpson

John Thomas Bagwell1

M, b. 1831, d. 19 February 1892
     John Thomas Bagwell was born in 1831 in Jefferson County, Alabama. He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York.1,2 John Thomas Bagwell married Lizzie Bolton in 1850 at Alabama. John Thomas Bagwell and Lizzie Bolton lived in 1870 in Dunns, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. John Thomas Bagwell and Lizzie Bolton lived in 1880 in Beat 5, Walker County, Alabama. John Thomas Bagwell died on 19 February 1892 in Alabama.

Children of John Thomas Bagwell and Lizzie Bolton

Citations

  1. [S121] Interview, Mary (Bagwell) Freeman, 1973.
  2. [S124] Interview, Interview: Lucy Grace Anderson, August 1973.

Lizzie Bolton

F, b. 12 March 1830, d. 16 November 1889
     Lizzie Bolton was also known as Louisa T. Bolton. She was born on 12 March 1830 in Marion, Alabama. As of 1850,her married name was Bagwell. She married John Thomas Bagwell, son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York, in 1850 at Alabama. Lizzie Bolton and John Thomas Bagwell lived in 1870 in Dunns, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Lizzie Bolton and John Thomas Bagwell lived in 1880 in Beat 5, Walker County, Alabama. Lizzie Bolton died on 16 November 1889 in Eldridge, Walker County, Alabama, at age 59.

Children of Lizzie Bolton and John Thomas Bagwell

Berkley Garrison Bagwell1

M, b. 21 May 1832, d. 24 December 1896
     Berkley Garrison Bagwell was born on 21 May 1832 in Jefferson County, Alabama.1 He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. He was in Co. K, 17th Mississippi of the CSA during the Civil War. Berkley Garrison Bagwell married Adline E. York, daughter of Unknown York and Unknown Unknown, on 18 December 1867; Justice of the Peace (Duncan Ray.)1 Berkley Garrison Bagwell and Adline E. York lived in 1870 in Township 16, Fayette County, Alabama. Berkley Garrison Bagwell was farmer in 1880 at Holly Springs, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.1 He died on 24 December 1896 at age 64. He was buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, near Berry, Alabama.

Children of Berkley Garrison Bagwell and Adline E. York

Citations

  1. [S138] 1880 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Holly Springs, Fayette, Alabama; Enumeration District: 81, Date: 6th August 1880.

Martha A Bagwell

F, b. 1837
     Martha A Bagwell was also known as Martha E. She was born in 1837 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York.

Susan Bagwell

F, b. September 1837, d. 12 May 1907
     Susan Bagwell was born in September 1837 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Her married name was Brady. Susan Bagwell married Frank Brady. Susan Bagwell died on 12 May 1907 at age 69 Susan is buried to the left of her father, Wiley Bagwell, and to the right of Wiley is her mother, Mary "Polly" York Bagwell. Wiley and Mary no longer have a tombstone, but a 8" x 12" x 2" unmarked concrete slab is in place. Bill and I visited this cemetery, October 12, 2014.

In the 1880 Census, Mandy P.O., Fayette Co., AL, Susan and Frank Brady and two of their children, Charles, 2 yrs. and Tilden, 1/2 yr. old, are living near Susan's parents, Mary York and Wiley Bagwell.
Frank Brady is 35 yrs. old born AL, and said both parents were born in SC. She was buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Bankston, Fayette County, Alabama.

Frank Brady

M
     Frank Brady married Susan Bagwell, daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York.

Florence A. Bagwell

F, b. 6 August 1832, d. 16 April 1903
     Florence A. Bagwell was born on 6 August 1832 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. As of 5 December 1861,her married name was Tipper. Florence A. Bagwell married James W. Tipper on 5 December 1861 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Florence A. Bagwell died on 16 April 1903 at age 70. She was buried at Fraternal Cemetery, Pratt City, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of Florence A. Bagwell and James W. Tipper

Winnie Catherine Bagwell

F, b. March 1846, d. January 1932
     Her married name was Pendley. Winnie Catherine Bagwell was born in March 1846 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Winnie Catherine Bagwell married Washington Augustus Pendley Sr, son of Jessie Pendley and Elizabeth Hisaw, circa 1865 at Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Winnie Catherine Bagwell died in January 1932 in Fayette County, Alabama, at age 85. She was buried at Gus and Winnie Pendley Burial Ground, Berry, Fayette County, Alabama.

Children of Winnie Catherine Bagwell and Washington Augustus Pendley Sr

Wiley Dyer Bagwell1,2,3,4

M, b. 11 September 1842, d. 26 May 1923
     Wiley Dyer Bagwell was born on 11 September 1842 in Fayette County, Alabama, 1900 US Census shows his birthday as September 11, 1845.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York. Wiley Dyer Bagwell married Elizabeth Menervey (Precious) Edmonds, daughter of William A. Edmonds and Mary Frances Appling, on 1 March 1869 at Alabama.6,1,2,4,5,7 Wiley Dyer Bagwell lived in 1900 in Winfield, Marion County, Alabama.3 He married Lisa (or Liza) Jane Beasley on 8 January 1901.6,2 Wiley Dyer Bagwell lived in 1920 in Eldridge, Walker County, Alabama.8 He died on 26 May 1923 in Fayette County, Alabama, at age 80.1,2,5 He was buried at Musgrove Cemetery, Fayette County, Alabama.5

Children of Wiley Dyer Bagwell and Elizabeth Menervey (Precious) Edmonds

Children of Wiley Dyer Bagwell and Lisa (or Liza) Jane Beasley

Citations

  1. [S118] Jeanie Patterson Newell, Edmonds Family Cemetery / Musgrove Family Cemetery.
  2. [S121] Interview, Mary (Bagwell) Freeman, 1973.
  3. [S834] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Winfield, Marion, Alabama, Emuneration District: 66, Supervisor District: 6, Sheet: 18A, Dwelling: 315, Family Number: 326, Date: 1900.
  4. [S835] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Fayette, Alabama; Enumeration District: 76; Supervisor District: 1; Page: 7, Dwelling: n/a, Family Number: 55, Date: 1880.
  5. [S4681] Wiley Dyer Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  6. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  7. [S4684] Elizabeth Menervy "Precious" Edmonds Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  8. [S836] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Eldridge, Walker, Alabama, Emuneration District: 102, Supervisor District: 10, Sheet: 8A, Dwelling: 135, Family Number: 135, Date: 1920.
  9. [S124] Interview, Interview: Lucy Grace Anderson, August 1973.

Caroline J. Bagwell

F, b. 1849
     Caroline J. Bagwell was born in 1849 in Jefferson County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York.

Redmond (Redman) Bagwell

M, b. 1794, d. 1860
     Redmond (Redman) Bagwell was born in 1794 in North Carolina. He was the son of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill. Redmond (Redman) Bagwell married Mary Lennard. Redmond (Redman) Bagwell lived in 1830 in Jefferson County, Alabama. He lived in 1840 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He died in 1860. He was buried in 1860 at Shelton Cemetery, Banner, Calhoun County, Mississippi.1

Children of Redmond (Redman) Bagwell and Mary Lennard

Citations

  1. [S233] Redman Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S1816] Web Site: Ancestry.com (Williams Family Tree), online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3014649/family

Mary Lennard

F, b. 1794, d. 31 August 1860
     Mary Lennard was also known as Mary Leonard. She was born in 1794 in South Carolina.1 Her married name was Bagwell. She married Redmond (Redman) Bagwell, son of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill. Mary Lennard died on 31 August 1860.1 She was buried at Shelton Cemetery, Banner, Calhoun County, Mississippi.1

Children of Mary Lennard and Redmond (Redman) Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1397] Mary Leonard Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S1816] Web Site: Ancestry.com (Williams Family Tree), online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3014649/family

Francis M. Bagwell

F, b. 1832
     Francis M. Bagwell was born in 1832 in Alabama. She was the daughter of Redmond (Redman) Bagwell and Mary Lennard.

Louis (Loving) Bagwell

M, b. 1833, d. June 1880
     Louis (Loving) Bagwell was born in 1833 in Alabama. He was the son of Redmond (Redman) Bagwell and Mary Lennard. Louis (Loving) Bagwell lived in 1860 in Calhoun County, Mississippi. Enlisted as a Private in Company F. 42nd Regiment, Mississippi of the Confederate States of America. Company F was know as Captain Clark's Company and was raised in Calhoun County, Misssissippi.
The regiment was organized at Oxford, May 14, 1862. By order of General Beauregard, commanding at Corinth, from the northwestern and north-central counties of Mississippi a year after the 2nd and 11th Mississippi, they moved to Grenada June 12, and there received orders to proceed to Richmond under Col. Hugh R. Miller of Pontotoc Miss. (originally a South Carolina Wig, Miller had been a prominent attorney, judge and state legislator and former captain of the Pontotoc Minute Men before winning the colonelcy of the 42nd). July 25 General Lee wrote to the President that it was his intention, as soon as the Forty-second Regiment, lately arrived in Richmond, could be withdrawn from the city, to assign it to Whiting's Mississippi Brigade. He died in June 1880 in Calhoun City, Calhoun County, Mississippi.

Abner B. Bagwell1

M, b. 6 July 1836, d. 5 June 1901
Abner B. Bagwell's Civil War Records 01 of 32
Images courtesy of Joe Williams
     Abner B. Bagwell was born on 6 July 1836 in Alabama.1 He was the son of Redmond (Redman) Bagwell and Mary Lennard.1 Enlisted as a Private in Company F. 42nd Regiment, Mississippi of the Confederate States of America. Company F was know as Captain Clark's Company and was raised in Calhoun County, Misssissippi.
The regiment was organized at Oxford, May 14, 1862. By order of General Beauregard, commanding at Corinth, from the northwestern and north-central counties of Mississippi a year after the 2nd and 11th Mississippi, they moved to Grenada June 12, and there received orders to proceed to Richmond under Col. Hugh R. Miller of Pontotoc Miss. (originally a South Carolina Wig, Miller had been a prominent attorney, judge and state legislator and former captain of the Pontotoc Minute Men before winning the colonelcy of the 42nd). July 25 General Lee wrote to the President that it was his intention, as soon as the Forty-second Regiment, lately arrived in Richmond, could be withdrawn from the city, to assign it to Whiting's Mississippi Brigade.1 Abner B. Bagwell married Mary E. Brantley, daughter of Sidney P. Brantley and Francis Hawkens, on 13 February 1866 at Calhoun County, Mississippi.1 Abner B. Bagwell died on 5 June 1901 at age 64. He was buried at Oakland Cemetery, Poteau, Le Flore County, Oklahoma.

Children of Abner B. Bagwell and Mary E. Brantley

Citations

  1. [S1816] Web Site: Ancestry.com (Williams Family Tree), online http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3014649/family
  2. [S1807] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Southern Division, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Page 51; Dwelling Number: 348; Family Number: 348, Date: 1860.

Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar1

F, b. 26 November 1826, d. 1 August 1891
     Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar was also known as Euphamy. She was born on 26 November 1826 in Saint Clair County, Alabama.2,3 She was the daughter of Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr. and Margaret Gant. Her married name was Bagwell. Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar married Wiley George Bagwell, son of Wiley Bagwell and Mary Polly York, before 1841 at Alabama. Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar died on 1 August 1891 at age 64.4,2,3 She was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2,4,3

Children of Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar and Wiley George Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  2. [S134] Euphamey Lollar Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  3. [S4014] Carrie Euphamia "Euphamey" Lollar Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S120] Greg and Charesa Hester © Copyright 2000 Greg and Charesa Hester All Rights Reserved, Wiley United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr.

M
     Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr. married Margaret Gant.

Children of Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr. and Margaret Gant

Margaret Gant

F
     Her married name was Lollar. Margaret Gant married Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr.

Children of Margaret Gant and Hugh Gauntt Lollar Sr.

James Wilson Bagwell1

M, b. 22 October 1841, d. 22 October 1906
     James Wilson Bagwell was born on 22 October 1841 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2 He was the son of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar.1 James Wilson Bagwell married Ruth Caroline Kate Collins between 1860 and 1864.2 James Wilson Bagwell died on 22 October 1906 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, at age 65.2 He was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.2

Children of James Wilson Bagwell and Ruth Caroline Kate Collins

Citations

  1. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.
  2. [S120] Greg and Charesa Hester © Copyright 2000 Greg and Charesa Hester All Rights Reserved, Wiley United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Ruth Caroline Kate Collins

F, b. 18 February 1844, d. 25 August 1905
     Ruth Caroline Kate Collins was born on 18 February 1844.1 Her married name was Bagwell. She married James Wilson Bagwell, son of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar, between 1860 and 1864.1 Ruth Caroline Kate Collins died on 25 August 1905 at age 61. She was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.1

Children of Ruth Caroline Kate Collins and James Wilson Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S120] Greg and Charesa Hester © Copyright 2000 Greg and Charesa Hester All Rights Reserved, Wiley United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Mary F. Bagwell

F, b. 28 August 1843, d. 22 July 1887
     Mary F. Bagwell was born on 28 August 1843 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar. As of 13 September 1868,her married name was Baker. Mary F. Bagwell married Christopher Charles Baker on 13 September 1868 at at Wiley Bagwell's Home, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Mary F. Bagwell died on 22 July 1887 at age 43 Married 1 Sep. 1868. Daughter of Wiley George and Euphamia Bagwell. Sister of James Wilson; Margarette E; Elijah Hudson; Elizabeth Jerusha; Marion Randolph; Sallie, Susie Caroline, William Wiley, and Nancy Ann.
Mary F. Bagwell was born on 28 August 1843 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphamia Bagwell (Lollar). As of 13 September 1868,her married name was Baker. Mary F. Bagwell married Christopher Charles Baker on 13 September 1868 at Wiley Bagwell's Home, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Mary F. Bagwell died on 22 July 1887 at age 43. She was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
She was buried circa 23 July 1887 at Wiley Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Christopher Charles Baker

M
     Christopher Charles Baker married Mary F. Bagwell, daughter of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar, on 13 September 1868 at at Wiley Bagwell's Home, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Margaret Martha Emaline Bagwell1

F, b. 16 August 1848, d. 4 July 1921
     Margaret Martha Emaline Bagwell was born on 16 August 1848 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.1 She was the daughter of Wiley George Bagwell and Carrie Euphemy Euphania Lollar. Her married name was CHRISTIAN. Margaret Martha Emaline Bagwell married William Jackson Christian. Margaret Martha Emaline Bagwell died on 4 July 1921 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, at age 72.1 She was buried at Wiley Cemetery, Wiley, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S69] LDS Submission - by Sheryl Bagwell.