Robert Thomas Graybeal

M
     Robert Thomas Graybeal is the son of Frederick Quincy Graybeal and Mary Ruth Bagwell.1

Citations

  1. [S12] Letter, Betty Jane Bagwell to David A. Bagwell, 1994.

Lavinia Bagwell1

F, b. 1824, d. 18 September 1882
     Lavinia Bagwell was born in 1824 in South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn.1 As of 9 October 1851,her married name was Davis. Lavinia Bagwell married Benjamin W. M. Davis on 9 October 1851 at Forsyth County, Georgia. Lavinia Bagwell died on 18 September 1882 in Franklin, Georgia. She was buried at Laurel Grove Cemetery South, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S409] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: District 31, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 413, Dwelling: 869, Family Number: 869, Date: 1850.

Nancy Jane Bagwell1,2

F, b. 20 August 1828, d. 11 June 1901
     Nancy Jane Bagwell was born on 20 August 1828 in North Carolina.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn.1,2 Nancy Jane Bagwell married Sampson Clayton on 23 September 1860 at Forsyth County, Georgia. Nancy Jane Bagwell died on 11 June 1901 in Cumming, Forsyth County, Georgia, at age 72.3 She was buried at Zion Hill Cemetery, Cumming, Forsyth County, Georgia.3

Citations

  1. [S409] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: District 31, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 413, Dwelling: 869, Family Number: 869, Date: 1850.
  2. [S410] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 451, Dwelling: 589, Family Number: 589, Date: 1860.
  3. [S2630] Nancy Jane Bagwell Clayton Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Caroline S. Bagwell1,2,3

F, b. 1835, d. 12 April 1881
     Caroline S. Bagwell was born in 1835 in North Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn.1 Caroline S. Bagwell married James Wright Lee before 1859.2 Caroline S. Bagwell died on 12 April 1881 in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Children of Caroline S. Bagwell and James Wright Lee

Citations

  1. [S409] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: District 31, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 413, Dwelling: 869, Family Number: 869, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1518] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Milton, Georgia; Page: 487B, Dwelling: 785, Family Number: 712, Date: 1870.
  3. [S1519] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia; Enumeration District: 76; Supervisor District: 1; Page: 16, Dwelling: 150, Family Number: 157, Date: 1880.

Nathan Bagwell

M, b. 1817
     Nathan Bagwell was born in 1817 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. He was the son of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn. Nathan Bagwell married Amanda F. (?) before 1844.

Children of Nathan Bagwell and Amanda F. (?)

William D. Bagwell1,2,3

M, b. 1821, d. circa 1906
     William D. Bagwell was born in 1821 in Greenville County, South Carolina.1,2 He was the son of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn. William D. Bagwell married Temperance Stone.4,3 William D. was blacksmith in 1850 at Forsyth County, Georgia.1 He lived in 1870 in Franklin County, Alabama.3 William D. was a farmer in 1880 at Franklin County, Alabama.4 He lived in 1880 in Franklin County, Alabama.2 He died circa 1906 in Franklin County, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S411] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: District 31, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 412, Dwelling: 859, Family Number: 859, Date: 1850.
  2. [S412] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Franklin, Alabama; Enumeration District: 89; Supervisor District: 1; Page: 22, Dwelling: 172, Family Number: 172, Date: 1880.
  3. [S414] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Township 7 Range 12, Franklin, Alabama; Page: 12, Dwelling: 77, Family Number: 77, Date: 1870.
  4. [S412] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Franklin, Alabama; Enumeration District: 89; Supervisor District: 1; Page: 22, Dwelling: 172, Family Number: 172, Date: 1880, Establishes Temperance as William D. Bagwell's wife.

Temperance Stone1

F, b. 1827
     Temperance Stone was born in 1827 in South Carolina.1,2,3 Her married name was Bagwell.2 She married William D. Bagwell, son of Jesse Bagwell and Mary "Polly" Raybourn.2,3

Citations

  1. [S411] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: District 31, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 412, Dwelling: 859, Family Number: 859, Date: 1850.
  2. [S412] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Franklin, Alabama; Enumeration District: 89; Supervisor District: 1; Page: 22, Dwelling: 172, Family Number: 172, Date: 1880, Establishes Temperance as William D. Bagwell's wife.
  3. [S414] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Township 7 Range 12, Franklin, Alabama; Page: 12, Dwelling: 77, Family Number: 77, Date: 1870.

Micajah Bagwell1,2,3

M, b. 4 April 1862, d. 10 May 1929
McCager Bagwell and Maggie Rosette (Pendley) Bagwell
     Micajah Bagwell was also known as Mikaja Bagwell. Micajah Bagwell was also known as Mikajah Bagwell. Micajah Bagwell was also known as McCager Bagwell. He was born on 4 April 1862 in Georgia.1,2,4,5,6,3,7 He was the son of Micajor Bagwell and Harriet M. Stone.1,5 Micajah Bagwell married Sarah Louvenia King, daughter of Granberry King and Mary Catherine Anderson, on 11 February 1883; 1st Wife of Mikaja Bagwell.2,8 Micajah Bagwell married Maggie Rosetta Pendley, daughter of John T. Pendley and Elizabeth (?), in 1912.3,4 Micajah Bagwell died on 10 May 1929 in Dacula, Gwinnett County, Georgia, at age 67.4,7 He was buried at Union Hill Baptist Church, Forsyth County, Georgia.4,7

Children of Micajah Bagwell and Sarah Louvenia King

Children of Micajah Bagwell and Maggie Rosetta Pendley

Citations

  1. [S291] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth County, Georgia, Emuneration District: 74, Supervisor District: 1, Sheet: 31, Dwelling: 292, Family Number: 303, Date: 1880.
  2. [S489] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia, Emuneration District: 30, Supervisor District: 9, Sheet: 12A, Dwelling: 231, Family Number: 232, Date: 1900.
  3. [S490] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Randolph, Jackson, Georgia, Emuneration District: 116, Supervisor District: 9, Sheet: 5B, Dwelling: 86, Family Number: 89, Date: 1920.
  4. [S1022] Email from Runette Bagwell dated October 2009 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Bagwellls.
  5. [S1985] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 25/185, Dwelling: 215/1496, Family Number: 187/1354, Date: 1870.
  6. [S1995] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Randolph, Jackson County, Georgia;; Emuneration District: 116, Supervisor District: 9, Sheet: 5B, Dwelling: 85, Family Number: 88, Date: 1920.
  7. [S4419] Jr McCager Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  8. [S4407] Sarah Louvenia King Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  9. [S3906] Benjamin Franklin Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

William Blassingame Bagwell1,2,3

M, b. 16 October 1854, d. 1 November 1928
     William Blassingame Bagwell was also known as Blassingame Bagwell. He was born on 16 October 1854 in Georgia. His gravestone has his year as 1856.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Micajor Bagwell and Harriet M. Stone.6,4 William Blassingame Bagwell married Amanda Isabell Brashears on 22 October 1872 at Forsyth County, Georgia.1 William Blassingame Bagwell lived on 10 June 1880 in Big Creek District, Forsyth County, Georgia.3 He lived on 8 June 1900 in Big Creek District, Forsyth County, Georgia.1 He lived on 23 April 1910 in Big Creek District, Forsyth County, Georgia.2 He died on 1 November 1928 in Forsyth County, Georgia, at age 74.5 He was buried at Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery, Forsyth County, Georgia.5

Children of William Blassingame Bagwell and Amanda Isabell Brashears

Citations

  1. [S100] 1900 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth County, Georgia; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 30.
  2. [S101] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia, Emuneration District: 45-36, Supervisor District: 9, Sheet: 8B, Dwelling: 88, Family Number: 89, Date: 1910.
  3. [S102] 1880 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 410.3000; Enumeration District: 76; Image: 0101., Date: June 10, 1880.
  4. [S1985] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Big Creek, Forsyth, Georgia; Page: 25/185, Dwelling: 215/1496, Family Number: 187/1354, Date: 1870.
  5. [S1986] William B Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  6. [S247] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Forsyth County, Georgia, Sheet: 84, Dwelling: 592, Family Number: 592, Date: 1860.

William Cox Jr.1

M, b. 7 February 1807, d. 18 November 1863
     William Cox Jr. was born on 7 February 1807 in Stewart County, Georgia.1 He was the son of Edward Cox and Nancy Bryant Cox. William Cox Jr. married Milly Dowling, daughter of Dempsey Dowling and Martha Stokes, in 1826 at Georgia.2 William Cox Jr. lived in 1850 in Dale County, Alabama.1 He died on 18 November 1863 in Near Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, at age 56.

Children of William Cox Jr. and Milly Dowling

Citations

  1. [S450] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Southern Division, Dale, Alabama; Page: 433, Dwelling: 702, Family Number: 702, Date: 1850.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Margaret Carney

F, b. November 1859
     Margaret Carney was born in November 1859 in Limerick, Ireland.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Carney and Mary Donnelly.1 Margaret Carney immigrated in 1861 from Ireland to Canada.2 As of 10 July 1877,her married name was Frizzle.1 She married Sutton Augustus Frizzle, son of William Freizell and Katherine (Catherine) Rushford, on 10 July 1877 at Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1,2 Margaret Carney and Sutton Augustus Frizzle lived in 1911 in Woodstock, Oxford North, Ontario, Canada.2

Children of Margaret Carney and Sutton Augustus Frizzle

Citations

  1. [S195] Marriage: Sutton Freizell and Margaret Carney.
  2. [S932] Census of Canada, unknown repository address, Population Schedule: Woodstock, Oxford North, Ontario; Page: 9, Dwelling: 95, Family Number: 101, Date: 1911.
  3. [S194] Sutton Frizell, Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1934: Sutton Frizell.
  4. [S191] Thomas Augustus Frizelle, Registrations of Births and Stillbirths Roll Number: MS929_39 (12 April 1879).
  5. [S193] Marriage: Thomas Frezell and Rose Clark.

Sutton Augustus Frizzle

M, b. May 1852, d. 23 September 1922
     Sutton Augustus Frizzle was born in May 1852 in County of Tipperary, Ireland. Sutton Augustus's marriage certificate says place of birth in Ingersoll, Canada and his death certificate says he was born May 4, 1851.1,2,3 He was the son of William Freizell and Katherine (Catherine) Rushford.3,1 Sutton Augustus Frizzle immigrated in 1853 from Ireland to Canada.2 He lived in 1861 in Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. He married Margaret Carney, daughter of Thomas Carney and Mary Donnelly, on 10 July 1877 at Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1,2 Sutton Augustus Frizzle and Margaret Carney lived in 1911 in Woodstock, Oxford North, Ontario, Canada.2 Sutton Augustus Frizzle died on 23 September 1922 at Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, at age 70. He collapsed at work and died of a myocardiac failure (heart failure)..3 He was buried on 25 September 1922.3

Children of Sutton Augustus Frizzle and Margaret Carney

Citations

  1. [S195] Marriage: Sutton Freizell and Margaret Carney.
  2. [S932] Census of Canada, unknown repository address, Population Schedule: Woodstock, Oxford North, Ontario; Page: 9, Dwelling: 95, Family Number: 101, Date: 1911.
  3. [S194] Sutton Frizell, Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1934: Sutton Frizell.
  4. [S191] Thomas Augustus Frizelle, Registrations of Births and Stillbirths Roll Number: MS929_39 (12 April 1879).
  5. [S193] Marriage: Thomas Frezell and Rose Clark.

James Franklin Manown1,2

M, b. June 1860
     James Franklin Manown was born in June 1860 in Preston County, West Virginia.2,1,3 He was the son of James Harvey Manown and Mary Isabella Armstrong.2

Sidenote: During the American Civil War (1861-1865), Berkeley and Jefferson counties, both lying on the Potomac River east of the mountains, and with the consent of the Reorganized Government of Virginia, voted in favor of annexation to West Virginia in 1863. Virginia tried to nullify this decision after the American Civil War, but the counties remained part of West Virginia.
The question of the constitutionality of the formation of the new state was brought before the Supreme Court of the United States in the following manner: Berkeley County and Jefferson County, counties lying on the Potomac River east of the mountains, in 1863, with the consent of the Reorganized Government of Virginia, voted in favor of annexation to West Virginia. Many voters absent in the Confederate Army when the vote was taken refused to acknowledge the transfer upon their return. The Virginia General Assembly repealed the Act of Secession and in 1866 brought suit against West Virginia asking the court to declare the counties a part of Virginia. Meanwhile, Congress, on March 10, 1866, passed a joint resolution recognizing the transfer. The Supreme Court, in 1871, decided in favor of West Virginia.

James Franklin Manown lived on 30 June 1880 in Kingwood, Preston County, West Virginia.1 He married Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector, daughter of William A. Rector and Elizabeth Ann Brown, on 24 February 1898 at Taylor County, West Virginia.2,3 James Franklin Manown was cashier at a bank in 1900.3 He and Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector lived in 1900 in Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia.3 James Franklin Manown was druggist at a retail store on 19 April 1910.2 He lived on 19 April 1910 in Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia.2

Children of James Franklin Manown and Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector

Citations

  1. [S171] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Kingwood, Preston, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 63, Supervisor District: 1, Sheet: 36, Dwelling: 259, Family Number: 262, Date: 1880.
  2. [S170] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 19, Supervisor District: 2nd (Unreadable), Sheet: 4A, Dwelling: 71, Family Number: 76, Date: 1910.
  3. [S189] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Philippi, Barbour, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 5, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 7A, Dwelling: 132, Family Number: 132, Date: 1900.
  4. [S164] Pauline Virginia Allen, Death Certifiicate: Pauline Virgina Allen.
  5. [S165] Isabel E. Heilman, Death Certificate: Isabel E. Heilman.
  6. [S4] Frankie Mignon Manown, Florida Certificate of Death.
  7. [S176] James Manown Jr., Certificate of Death: James Manown, Jr., Provided the date of birth, state of birth, names of father and mother.

Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector1,2

F, b. 12 March 1870, d. 29 August 1958
     Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector was born on 12 March 1870 in Harrison County, West Virginia.3,4 She was the daughter of William A. Rector and Elizabeth Ann Brown. As of 1898,her married name was Manown.3 Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector married James Franklin Manown, son of James Harvey Manown and Mary Isabella Armstrong, on 24 February 1898 at Taylor County, West Virginia.3,4 Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector and James Franklin Manown lived in 1900 in Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia.4 Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector and Frankie Mignon Manown lived in 1930 in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia; in an apartment building.2 Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector died on 29 August 1958 in Monterey, California, at age 88.

Children of Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector and James Franklin Manown

Citations

  1. [S164] Pauline Virginia Allen, Death Certifiicate: Pauline Virgina Allen.
  2. [S208] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, Emuneration District: 25-13, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 11B, Dwelling: 263, Family Number: 280, Date: 1930.
  3. [S170] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 19, Supervisor District: 2nd (Unreadable), Sheet: 4A, Dwelling: 71, Family Number: 76, Date: 1910.
  4. [S189] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Philippi, Barbour, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 5, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 7A, Dwelling: 132, Family Number: 132, Date: 1900.
  5. [S165] Isabel E. Heilman, Death Certificate: Isabel E. Heilman.
  6. [S4] Frankie Mignon Manown, Florida Certificate of Death.
  7. [S176] James Manown Jr., Certificate of Death: James Manown, Jr., Provided the date of birth, state of birth, names of father and mother.

Maurice Myron Manown

M, b. 25 January 1905, d. February 1974
     Maurice Myron Manown was born on 25 January 1905 in Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia.1 He was the son of James Franklin Manown and Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector. Maurice Myron Manown married Amie Louise Hall circa 1927.2 Maurice Myron Manown and Wilson Edward Manown lived in 1930 in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia.2 Maurice Myron Manown lived in February 1974 in Harrison, West Virginia.3 He died in February 1974 in Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia, at age 69.3

Child of Maurice Myron Manown and Amie Louise Hall

Citations

  1. [S170] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, Enumeration District: 19, Supervisor District: 2nd (Unreadable), Sheet: 4A, Dwelling: 71, Family Number: 76, Date: 1910.
  2. [S208] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, Emuneration District: 25-13, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 11B, Dwelling: 263, Family Number: 280, Date: 1930.
  3. [S151] Maurice Myron Manown, Number: 236-20-0462, SSDI: Maurice Myron Manown, Before 1951.

James Franklin Manown

M, b. 18 November 1911, d. 29 August 1980
     James Franklin Manown married Teresa Fragmin.1 James Franklin Manown was born on 18 November 1911 in Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia.2,3 He was the son of James Franklin Manown and Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector.2,3 James Franklin Manown and Pauline Virginia Manown lived in 1930 in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia; in an apartment building.3 James Franklin Manown military service on 17 September 1942 He served in the military from September 17, 1942 until February 13, 1946 for the United States Armed Forces.2 He died on 29 August 1980 at Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, at age 68 died of lung and colon cancer (Carcinoma.)2 He was buried on 2 September 1980 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia.2

Citations

  1. [S176] James Manown Jr., Certificate of Death: James Manown, Jr.
  2. [S176] James Manown Jr., Certificate of Death: James Manown, Jr., Provided the date of birth, state of birth, names of father and mother.
  3. [S208] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, Emuneration District: 25-13, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 11B, Dwelling: 263, Family Number: 280, Date: 1930.

Wilson Edward Manown

M, b. 10 September 1913, d. circa 1994
     RM-1(Manown) Birth Record. Wilson Edward Manown was born on 10 September 1913 in Philippi, Barbour County, West Virginia. He was the son of James Franklin Manown and Myrtle S. (Mirtie Belle) Rector. Wilson Edward Manown and Maurice Myron Manown lived in 1930 in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia.1 Wilson Edward Manown died circa 1994 in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S208] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, Emuneration District: 25-13, Supervisor District: 2, Sheet: 11B, Dwelling: 263, Family Number: 280, Date: 1930.

John Wesley Goff

M, b. 15 February 1879, d. 20 February 1958
John Wesley Goff
     John Wesley Goff was born on 15 February 1879 in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama.1,2,3 He was the son of William Ashley Buckhanon Goff and Henrietta Earilla Cox.1 John Wesley Goff married Ola May Engram, daughter of John Robert Engram and Missouri Frances Hildreth, on 14 December 1897 at Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama. (They were married by J. Hildreth - a cousin of Ola Mae Engram's.)3,4 John Wesley Goff was He was in business with Fletcher Lafayette Goff (his brother). The business was called J.W. and F.L. Goff Livestock.

John Wesley was also the owner of Goff Mercantile Company of Enterprise, Alabama. An advertisement for his company read "Goff's Good Goobers Try One Ounce of Raw Peanuts After Each Meal. They are very Fine and delicious Roasted and served hot."

His daugther, Marjorie Helen Goff, said that John Wesley Goff would supply George Washington Carver with peanuts for his research on a a regular basis to promote their many uses. In 1912, Ola and John lived in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama. Their house had six bedrooms, three baths, a sleeping porch and a sunroom. It had stained glass windows in the living room and wainescoating in the dining room, living room and the wide hall. He married Clyde McRitchie before 1957. John Wesley Goff died on 20 February 1958 in Union Springs, Bullock County, Alabama, at age 79.1 He was buried at Enterprise City Cemetery, Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama.2,3,4,1

Children of John Wesley Goff and Ola May Engram

Citations

  1. [S9] John Wesley Goff, Certificate of Death of John Wesley Goff.
  2. [S63] Hunter Bagwell Pictures Achive, Hunter Wayne Bagwell, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
  3. [S60] Chip and Pat Collins, "Goff Genealogy (Chip Collins)."
  4. [S1092] Email from Marjorie Helen (Goff) Bagwell dated July 12, 2000 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Subject: Re: Family History.
  5. [S10] Majorie Helen Goff, Birth Certificate 1911 12 125 - Amended by document number 247260 (Filed 12/6/1911).

Thomas Augustus Frizzle1

M, b. 12 March 1879, d. 17 December 1948
     Thomas Augustus Frizzle was born on 12 March 1879 in Woodstock, York County, Ontario, Canada.1,2,3 He was the son of Sutton Augustus Frizzle and Margaret Carney.1,4 Thomas Augustus Frizzle was merchant on 3 May 1902.4 He married Rose A. Clark on 3 May 1902 at Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage registration states the Thomas Frizell was a bachelor and Rose Clark was a widower.2,4,5 Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark lived on 10 June 1911 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.2 Thomas Augustus Frizzle lived on 25 April 1940 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.6 He died on 17 December 1948 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, at age 69.3 He was buried on 18 December 1948 at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Lockbourne, Franklin County, Ohio.3

Children of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark

Citations

  1. [S191] Thomas Augustus Frizelle, Registrations of Births and Stillbirths Roll Number: MS929_39 (12 April 1879).
  2. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  3. [S3409] Thomas A. Frizzell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S193] Marriage: Thomas Frezell and Rose Clark.
  5. [S7] Letter, Agnes Frezell to Hunter Bagwell, Feburary 2, 1992.
  6. [S197] Registration Location: Columbus Ohio, WW II Draft Registration Card: Thomas A. Frizzell, Roll: WWII_2246295.
  7. [S2] Hunter Wayne Bagwell, Certificate of Live Birth (Filed 2/12/1964).
  8. [S190] Wilfred Leo Sutton Frezell, Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1909 Registration Number: 004210; Entry: 3210 (August 20 1903).

Rose A. Clark

F, b. 18 December 1877, d. 31 July 1947
Left to Right: Wilfred Leo Frezell, Susan Lana (Frezell) Oetgen and Rose (Clark) Frizzle
Circa 1946 - Florida
Photograph courtesy of Susan Lana Frezell
     Rose A. Clark was born on 18 December 1877 in Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, Tombstone says her date of birth wwas December 1, 1875.1,2,3 She married Thomas Augustus Frizzle, son of Sutton Augustus Frizzle and Margaret Carney, on 3 May 1902 at Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage registration states the Thomas Frizell was a bachelor and Rose Clark was a widower.1,4,2 Her married name was Frizzle.1 Rose A. Clark and Thomas Augustus Frizzle lived on 10 June 1911 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.1 Rose A. Clark died on 31 July 1947 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, at age 69.3 She was buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Lockbourne, Franklin County, Ohio.3

Children of Rose A. Clark and Thomas Augustus Frizzle

Citations

  1. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  2. [S7] Letter, Agnes Frezell to Hunter Bagwell, Feburary 2, 1992.
  3. [S3408] Rose A. Clark Frizzell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  4. [S193] Marriage: Thomas Frezell and Rose Clark.
  5. [S190] Wilfred Leo Sutton Frezell, Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1909 Registration Number: 004210; Entry: 3210 (August 20 1903).

Dorothy Eileen Frizzle1

F, b. 28 January 1905, d. before 1997
     Dorothy Eileen Frizzle was born on 28 January 1905 in Ontario, Canada.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark.2 Her married name was Carter. Dorothy Eileen Frizzle married Selby R. Carter on 3 August 1927 at Franklin County, Ohio. Dorothy Eileen Frizzle and Selby R. Carter lived in 1929 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. Dorothy Eileen Frizzle lived in 1954 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. She and Selby R. Carter lived in 1959 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. Dorothy Eileen Frizzle died before 1997.3

Citations

  1. [S7] Letter, Agnes Frezell to Hunter Bagwell, Feburary 2, 1992.
  2. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  3. [S3407] Marjorie Frizzell Dempert Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Howard Franklin Frizzell1

M, b. 12 March 1907, d. 30 December 1976
     Howard Franklin Frizzell was born on 12 March 1907 in Ontario, Canada.2,3 He was the son of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark.2 Howard Franklin Frizzell married Lavina Hazel Kendle, daughter of Elmer Dyson Kendle and Ida May Waldo, circa 1925.1 Howard Franklin Frizzell was machinist in 1930.1 He lived in 1930 in Buffalo, New York. He and Lavina Hazel Kendle lived in 1930 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.1 Howard Franklin Frizzell died on 30 December 1976 at age 69 Certificate Number: 094225.3 He was buried at Plot: Section 9, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.3

Child of Howard Franklin Frizzell and Lavina Hazel Kendle

Citations

  1. [S199] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, Enumeration District: 25-157, Supervisor District: 17, Sheet: 15A, Dwelling: 256, Family Number: 292, Date: 1930.
  2. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  3. [S198] Howard F. Frizzell Tombstone (Photograph), Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Marjorie Ann Frizzell

F, b. 6 February 1908, d. 27 July 1997
Left to Right: Marjorie (Frizzell), Wilfred Leo Frezell and Susan Lana Frezell
Circa Fall 1975
Photograph courtesy of Susan Lana Frezell
     1 Marjorie Ann Frizzell was born on 6 February 1908 in Ontario, Canada.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark.2 Marjorie Ann Frizzell immigrated on 10 June 1923 to Niagara Falls, New york. Her married name was Dempert. She married John Dempert. Marjorie Ann Frizzell lived in 1940 in Columbus, Ohio. She died on 27 July 1997 in Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, at age 89 Marjorie Frizzell Dempert, age 89, of Upper Arlington, died Sunday, July 27, 1997 at Riverside Methodist Hospital. She was a candy maker with Maramor Restaurant retiring following 31 years of service and a cook at The Ohio Union for 10 years. She was the widow of John Dempert who died in 1970. She is survived by her niece, Vivian Frizzell; nephews, Donald (Marguerite) Frizzell, Gerald (Dee) Frizzell and Craig Frizzell; sisters-in-law, Kathryn Frizzell and Gertrude Dempert; other nieces and nephews; dear friend, Peggy Lucas and many close friends. Preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Rose Frizzell, sisters, Dorothy and Margaret, brothers, Howard, John, Wilfred and Norman Frizzell and nephew, Melvin V. Frizzell. Friends may call 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at SCHOEDINGER NORTHWEST CHAPEL, 1740 Zollinger Rd. Committal service 1:00 p.m. Thursday, July 31, 1997 at Our Mother of Sorrows Chapel (St. Joseph Cemetery), 6440 South High St. Entombment to follow. (There will be no procession to the cemetery.) Special thanks to Dr. Raymond Barker and Jenny Purcell for your kindness and caring.

Columbus Dispatch, The (OH)
Date: July 30, 1997.3,4
She was buried at St. Joseph Cemetery, Lockbourne, Franklin County, Ohio, and is entombed in Romans Mausoluem, South Side, Level D, Crypt 12.3,4

Child of Marjorie Ann Frizzell and John Dempert

Citations

  1. [S7] Letter, Agnes Frezell to Hunter Bagwell, Feburary 2, 1992.
  2. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  3. [S1571] Email from Director of Catholic Cemeteries of Columbus, Ohio Richard Finn dated December 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Re: Cemetery Information.
  4. [S3407] Marjorie Frizzell Dempert Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Norman Vincent Frizzell1

M, b. 28 September 1909, d. 12 May 1994
Left to Right: Wilfred Leo (Bill) Frezell and his brother Norman Friezelle
Christmas 1975
Photograph courtesy of Susan Lana Frezell
     Norman Vincent Frizzell was also known as Norman V. Frizell. He was born on 28 September 1909 in Ontario, Canada.2 He was the son of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark.2 Norman Vincent Frizzell married Kathryn (?) before 1944. Norman Vincent Frizzell died on 12 May 1994 in Upper Arlington, Franklin County, Ohio, at age 84.3 He was buried at St. Joseph Cemetery, Lockbourne, Franklin County, Ohio, and entombed in Romans Mausoleum, South Side, Level D (4th), Crypt 16.3

Children of Norman Vincent Frizzell and Kathryn (?)

Citations

  1. [S7] Letter, Agnes Frezell to Hunter Bagwell, Feburary 2, 1992.
  2. [S192] Census of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Population Schedule: Toronto, Ontario, Emuneration District: 128, Sub District Ward 5, Sub District Number 40, Supervisor District: Ward 5, Sheet: 8, Dwelling: 78, Family Number: 80, Date: 1911.
  3. [S1571] Email from Director of Catholic Cemeteries of Columbus, Ohio Richard Finn dated December 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Re: Cemetery Information.
  4. [S3410] CDR Melvin V. Frizzell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Beverly Frizzle

F
     Letter from Agnes Frezell (2/27/92) only source to date. Beverly Frizzle was the daughter of Thomas Augustus Frizzle and Rose A. Clark.

Dempsey Dowling1

M, b. 14 December 1783, d. 26 April 1865
Reverend Dempsey Dowling's Tombstone
     Dempsey Dowling was born on 14 December 1783 in Darlington District, South Carolina.2,3,4 He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.4,5 Dempsey Dowling married Martha Stokes, daughter of John Henry Stokes and Nancy Patience Alford, on 22 September 1803 at Virginia. The Southern Star article says the couple were married in South Carolina.4,5 Dempsey sold his 330-acre farm (laying on both sides of Lake Swamp) in preparation to move to Alabama.4 Before moving to Alabama in 1826, Dempsey Dowling had been a member of the Methodist Conference of South Carolina and upon arriving in Alabama one of the first things he and his brothers did was to establish preaching places throughout the country.
He was one of the founders of Claybank Church (Dale County, Alabama).
A crude log cabin built in 1829, was used for community meetings and church services and open to any minister of God’s word. It was soon organized as a Methodist church since most of the settlers were Methodist.
The present structure was built in 1852 and according to an historical marker nearby is the oldest public structure in Dale County.
He, two brothers, three sons, and numerous other descendents preached there. The century-old trees that were hewn square for its construction came from son Edward’s land. The supporting blocks came from son John Srs., land. Rafe, Edward’s Negro slave, did most of the log hewing. It is certain that no work was done on the Sabbath for an early edition of the “Alabama Historical Quarterly” states that Dempsey did not even allow meals to be cooked on Sunday. He always had his family walk to Claybank services (three miles distant) so that his beasts of burden might rest.6 Sold his 330 acre farm in the Jeffries Creek area of South Carolina on September 27, 1825 and headed to Alabama on the advice of his daughter, Lacy Mathews. Lacy and her husband, Elisha Mathews had moved to Dale County a few years earlier.1 He purchased land on 21 August 1837 at Dale County, Alabama. Bought 40.1475 acres.7 He died on 26 April 1865 in Near Ozark, Dale County, Alabama, at age 81.2,3,4 He was buried on 27 April 1865 at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.2,3

Children of Dempsey Dowling and Martha Stokes

Citations

  1. [S128] John Lennell Andrews Jr., Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, Lydia, SC.
  2. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."
  3. [S88] Rev. Dempsey Dowling Tombstone Photograph; Hunter Wayne Bagwell.
  4. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  5. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  6. [S370] Marjorie Helen (Goff) Bagwell, "Historical Claybank Church."
  7. [S129] U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907.
  8. [S132] Welsey Dowling Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Nancy Boutwell1

F, b. 1763, d. 30 March 1849
     Nancy Boutwell was born in 1763 in Darlington District, South Carolina, Conflicting information states that she was born in Virginia.1,2 She was the daughter of Burtonhead Boutwell and Elizabeth Commander.3,4 Nancy Boutwell married John W. Dowling, son of Robert Dowling and Sarah Guinn, in 1783 at South Carolina.2,3,4 As of 1783,her married name was Dowling.2 Nancy Boutwell died on 30 March 1849 in Haw Ridge, Dale County, Alabama.1 She was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.

Children of Nancy Boutwell and John W. Dowling

Citations

  1. [S117] DAR Application - Marjorie Helen Goff.
  2. [S178] SAR: Robert Dowling for Andrew Dowling Woodham, Defines that he was born in Augusta County, Virginia.
  3. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  4. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth

M, b. 15 March 1802, d. 26 November 1868
     Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth was also known as Benjamin Griswold Hildreth. He was born on 15 March 1802 in Darlington District, South Carolina.1 He was the son of Benjamin Hildreth and Mary Latham. Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth was christened on 10 April 1803 at Independent Congregational Circular Church, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina.2 He was admitted to the Charleston Orphan House on 28 March 1811. Benjamin and Jemima HILDRETH's first three children (William, Harriet and Susan) were born in South Carolina. The 1830 Alabama Census has BENJAMIN HILDRETH in Dale Co. and the 1850, 1860 Alabama Census has BENJAMIN HILDRETH in Coffee Co. BENJAMIN and Jemima HILDRETH's fourth child, Travis Zacheus (born 30 Dec 1830) was their first child to be born in Alabama, being born near Ozark in Dale County.

The family came to Southeast Alabama in the late 1820's from Darlington District or Charleston, SC to Dale Co, Alabama. Benjamin was a Methodist Circuit Rider. The HILDRETH family brought Jemima's mother, Nancy Boutwell DOWLING, to Southeast Alabama, also. Nancy DOWLING died 30 Mar 1849 at Haw Ridge, Dale Co., and is buried in Zion Methodist Cemetery, Dale Co., Alabama. The HILDRETH and Dowling families were pioneer Methodist families in SouthEast Alabama with BENJAMIN HILDRETH, two of his children, Robert Henry Jackson and Travis Zacheus and Jemima Dowling HILDRETH's brothers Dempsey and Zaccheus Dowling all being Methodist Church circuit riders.

In the 1830s an area of South East Alabama had just been opened. This area was just below the Cherokee / Creek line and was in the Creek Indian district. There were Creek Indians rebelling against being gathered up into stockades to be sent west to Oklahoma (1838-9, "Trail of Tears"). The Creeks hated settlers who had taken land, and as a last expression Creeks would destroy, loot and burn the homes and destroy crops. Eventually a militia group would be formed to handle the situation. A BENJAMIN HILDRETH was listed on roll of soldiers for 1836/37 Creek Indian War as a member of Arch Justice's Company of Wellborn's Alabama Volunteers. A battle was fought in Barbour County, Alabama, at Hobdy's Bridge, not a war as such, but was to quell local rebellions associated with the Creeks. Militia probably did not participate in the big stuff, like Andrew Jackson's Alabama battles with the Creeks (such as at Horse Shoe Bend, etc.)

Alabama Land records indicate that BENJAMIN purchased 39.83 acres in Section 33, T6-N, R23-E Dale Co. (NW of Ozark between Ebenezer Church and Marley Mill) on 20 September 1839 and 1 July 1841 bought 39.87 acres of Section 4, T5-N, R23-E Dale Co. and 10 December 1841 bought two pieces of a total 80.5 acres of Section 36, T6-N, R22-E, Coffee Co.

The BENJAMIN HILDRETH family moved to Butler County, Alabama after the 1860 Alabama Census, where he died in 1868 and is buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Greenville, Alabama.


THE HILDRETH FAMILY book (LCCCN 89-80085) page 7 Gives birth date and relationship to his parents (5 generations). Three of the thirteen children of Benjamin and Jemima Hildreth were born in South Carolina. The other ten were born in Dale County, Alabama, where the Hildreth's lived from 1830, except the time they were back in South Carlona for his training for the ministry, until the time they moved to Butler County, Alabama. The Dowlings help build and were charter members of Old Tabernacle Methodist Church in Dale County, Alabama. The Hildreths and Dowlings were [Circuit Riding] ministers, serving many churchs and minstering to the needs of the people of Dale County.2 He married Jemima Anna Dowling, daughter of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell, in 1823 at Darlington District, South Carolina.2,3,1 Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth and Jemima Anna Dowling lived in 1850.1 Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth died on 26 November 1868 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama, at age 66. He was buried at Pioneer Cemetery, Greenville, Butler County, Alabama.

Children of Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth and Jemima Anna Dowling

Citations

  1. [S1447] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Coffee, Alabama; Page 276A; Dwelling Number: na; Family Number: 164, Date: 1850.
  2. [S112] James Wilson Newman, The Hildreth Family.
  3. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Missouri Frances Hildreth1,2,3

F, b. 2 October 1858, d. 22 February 1942
Missouri Frances (Hildreth) Engram
Photograph taken on June 19, 1931
Courtesty of David Ashley Bagwell
     Missouri Frances Hildreth was born on 2 October 1858 in Coffee County, Coffee County, Alabama.1,4,5 She was the daughter of Travis Zaccheus Hildreth and Elizabeth Samantha Hayes. Missouri Frances Hildreth married John Robert Engram, son of John "Jack" Engram and Mary Jane Barker, before 1875.1,2 Her married name was Engram. Missouri Frances Hildreth lived in 1910 in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama.2 She died on 22 February 1942 in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama, at age 83.4,5 She was buried at Enterprise City Cemetery, Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama, in Plot: Sec 6 Row 7 Plot 5.4,5

Children of Missouri Frances Hildreth and John Robert Engram

Citations

  1. [S1107] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Centreville, Coffee, Alabama; Enumeration District: 44, Supervisor District: 4; Page: 58, Dwelling: 524, Family Number: 524, Date: 1880.
  2. [S1108] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Enterprise Ward 2, Coffee, Alabama; Emuneration District: 67, Supervisor District: 3, Sheet: 11A, Dwelling: 25, Family Number: 25, Date: 1910.
  3. [S1116] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Enterprise Precinct 17, Coffee, Alabama; Emuneration District: 54, Supervisor District: 3, Sheet: 8B, Dwelling: 145, Family Number: 145, Date: 1900.
  4. [S1109] Missouri Frances Engram Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  5. [S117] DAR Application - Marjorie Helen Goff.

Elizabeth Samantha Hayes

F, b. 24 March 1837, d. 21 May 1913
Elizabeth Samantha (Hayes) Hildreth
     Elizabeth Samantha Hayes was born on 24 March 1837 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Alonzo Farmer Hayes and Mary Unknown. Elizabeth Samantha Hayes married Travis Zaccheus Hildreth, son of Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth and Jemima Anna Dowling, in 1853 at Coffee County, Coffee County, Alabama.1 As of 1853,her married name was Hildreth. Elizabeth Samantha Hayes died on 21 May 1913 in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama, at age 76.1 She was buried at Old Tabernacle Cemetery, New Brockton, Coffee County, Alabama.1 She was buried at Haw Ridge Cemetery, Dale County, Alabama.

Children of Elizabeth Samantha Hayes and Travis Zaccheus Hildreth

Citations

  1. [S1450] Elizabeth Samantha Hays Hildreth Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.