James W. Bagwell

M, b. 1829, d. 3 July 1863
     James W. Bagwell was born in 1829. He was the son of John Littleton Bagwell and Rebecca "Sally" McAbee. James W. Bagwell married Lucinda (?) before 1856. He served in Company I, South Carolina 13th Infantry Regiment.

The 13th Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers was formed
in the summer of 1861. The Regiment was the brain child of Oliver Evans Edwards
who was born in Spartanburg District on November 9, 1819. In response to a call
from President Jefferson Davis about the 1st of July 1861,
a large number of infantry companies were formed across South Carolina.
Oliver E. Edwards had fought in the First Battle of Manassas.

Answering the call of President Davis, Oliver E. Edwards returned to his home county
of Spartanburg, South Carolina and with the help of others organized five companies
which would later become part of the 13th Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers.

Companies B, C, E, F, and I were all organized
of Spartanburg County, South Carolina Volunteers.

Company A was organized of Laurens County Volunteers;
Companies D and G were organized of Newberry County Volunteers;
and Companies H and K were organized of Lexington County Volunteers.

The men of the above companies left their home counties in August of 1861
and went to a camp of instruction at Lightwood Knot Springs,
about 5 miles from Columbia, South Carolina, where the various companies
were organized into regiments. Here, the 13th was formed and elected its field-officers:

Colonel O.E. Edwards, Lieutenant Colonel P.L. Calhoun,
and Major T. Stobo Farrow. After about three months of instruction
at Lightwood Knot Springs, the 13th was ordered to the southern coast
of South Carolina, near Pocotaglio, where it was brigaded
with the 12th and 14th regiments. The 13th was present
at the well known bombardment of Hilton Head by the Federal fleet.
On the evacuation of the position there, the regiment was successfully withdrawn,
after some very muddy wading to the mainland.

It was next stationed near Green Pond, near the line of Colleton and Beaufort counties. At this time, the 13th, along with the 12th and 14th regiments, were formed into a brigade under the command of Brig. General Maxey Gregg. The brigade remained on the coast of South Carolina until April of 1862 when it was ordered to Virginia.
Its first camp in Virginia was around Milford Station, on the Richmond and Fredericksburg railroad.

As stated, the 13th Regiment was originally part of Gregg's Brigade.
After arriving in Virginia, Gregg's Brigade was composed of five South Carolina regiments, to wit: 13th regiment, 12th regiment, 14th regiment, 1st regiment and Orr's regiment of rifles.
These five regiments would remain together for the duration of the war as a brigade. Gregg's Brigade eventually became McGowan's Brigade and was a part of A.P. Hill's Division and became part of General Stonewall Jackson's Corp.

After Jackson's death at Chancellorsville, the brigade was made a part of the Third Corp. As a result of a wound received at Chancellorsville,
Colonel O.E. Edwards also died. The 13th then was led by Benjamin T. Brockman,
also of Spartanburg County. Brockman was promoted to Colonel and he also died of wounds he received at "bloody bend" at the Battle of Spottsylvania Courthouse on May 12, 1864.

After Brockman's death, the regiment for the first time was led by someone
other than a Spartanburg County native. Captain Isaac F. Hunt of Company D of Newberry County was made the commander of the 13th and promoted to Colonel.

The 13th Regiment remained a part of the Army of Northern Virginia until the conclusion of the war.

The 13th Regiment was present at the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse
on April 9, 1865. Captain John Wilson Carlisle of Company C later recalled
General Custer of the Federal Army passing in front of the 13th waving a white flag as it was getting ready to go into engagement.

Of the 13th Regiment, 220 men were killed in battle or died of wounds.
262 died of disease and 678 men received wounds in combat.

Battles of the 13th Regiment:

Seven Days Battles, June 25 to July 1, 1862.
2nd Manassas, August 28 to 30, 1862.
Chantilly, September 1, 1862.
Antietam, September 17, 1862.
Shepherdstown Ford, September 20, 1862.
Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862.
Chancellorsville, May 1 to 4, 1863.
Gettysburg, July 1 to 3, 1863.
Falling Waters, July 14, 1863.
Bristoe Campaign, October 9 to 22, 1863.
Mine Run Campaign, November to December 1863.
The Wilderness, May 5 to 6, 1864.
Spotsylvania Court House, May 8 to 21, 1864.
North Anna, May 23 to 26, 1864.
Cold Harbor, June 1 to 3, 1864.
Petersburg Siege, June 1864 to April 1865.
1st Squirrel Level Road, September 30, 1864.
Jones' Farm, September 30, 1864.
1st Pegram's Farm, October 1, 1864.
Five Forks, April 1, 1865.
Appomattox Court House, April 9, 1865. He was severely wounded at the Second Manassas Campaign of the Civil War on 29 August 1862. James W. Bagwell died on 3 July 1863 Killed at the Battle of Gettysburg on 3 July 1863. He was buried at Glendale Methodist Church Cemetery, Glendale, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Child of James W. Bagwell and Lucinda (?)

Martha Ellen Gossett

F, b. 17 October 1834, d. 15 July 1887
Martha Ellen (Gossett) Bagwell's Tombstone
Photography courtesy of Darcey Slaughter
     Martha Ellen Gossett was born on 17 October 1834 in South Carolina.1 She was the daughter of John VanDyke Gossett and Catherine Kirby.1 As of 3 March 1861,her married name was Bagwell.1 Martha Ellen Gossett married Littleton P. Bagwell, son of Leslie William Bagwell and Polly Elanor (?), on 3 March 1861 at Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1 Martha Ellen Gossett died on 15 July 1887 at age 52. She was buried at Glendale Methodist Church Cemetery, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Children of Martha Ellen Gossett and Littleton P. Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1747] Email from Darcey Slaughter dated April 2011 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Littleton P. Bagwell.
  2. [S1752] Mrs. Bula A. Holland, South Carolina Death Certificate - Mrs. Bula A. Holland.

John William Littleton Bagwell

M, b. 27 August 1868, d. 19 June 1948
John William Littleton Bagwell's Tombstone
Photography courtesy of Darcey Slaughter
     John William Littleton Bagwell was born on 27 August 1868 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1 He was the son of Littleton P. Bagwell and Martha Ellen Gossett.1 John William Littleton Bagwell lived between 1880 and 1930 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1 He married Matilda Rebecca Lankford in 1896.1 He led the efforts to eastblish a much needed church in the Flatwoods Community which was later realized as the Fairview Baptist Church. John William Littleton Bagwell died on 19 June 1948 in Glendale, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at age 79 Obituary: Spartanburg Herald-Journal, Spartanburg, South Carolina (newspaper)

BAGWELL, JOHN WILLIAM LITTLETON 79,Clifto n, h/o Amanda Bagwell, 6–20–48 p. A7 John W. L. Bagwell John William Littleton Bagwell, 79, of Clifton No. 1 died in a local hospital at 1 Saturday morning following a lingering illness.
Mr. Bagwell was a life-long resident of Spartanburg county and was a member of the Redmen and the Odd Fellows. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bagwell.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Amanda Bagwell of Clifton No. 1: 3 daughters, Mrs. Eula Mae Quinn of Spartanburg Route 6, Mrs. Corrine Hudgins of Fletcher, N. C. and Mrs. Evie Poteat of Cowpens Route 1: 4 stepdaughters, Mrs. Dessie Postell of Minter Bluff, Ga., Mrs. Corrie Crews of Concord, N. C., Mrs. DeLois Dillard of Gargtha, Va., and Mrs. Mae Spurlock of Ware Shoals: 3 sons, J. D. of Route 6, H. L. of Woodruff and Grady L., with the U. S. Army: one stepson, Roy Painter of Clifton: one sister, Mrs. Laura Wright of Clifton; 23 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 at Clifton Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. C. H. Simms, the Rev. B. C. Morgan, the Rev. Mr. Kendrick and the Rev. Vernon Bishop. Interment will be in Glendale Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be: A. J. and Joe Davis, Roy McAbee, Harold Seay, Marshall Webb and Vonally Brannon.
Members of the Bible Class of Clifton Baptist Church will form the honorary escort.
The J. F. Floyd Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.1

He was buried on 20 June 1948 at Glendale, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1

Children of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford

Citations

  1. [S1747] Email from Darcey Slaughter dated April 2011 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Littleton P. Bagwell.

Matilda Rebecca Lankford1

F, b. 20 October 1870, d. 12 November 1931
Matilda Rebecca (Lankford) Bagwell's Tombstone
Photography courtesy of Darcey Slaughter
     Matilda Rebecca Lankford was also known as Matilda Rebecca Lanford. She was born on 20 October 1870.1 As of 1896,her married name was Bagwell.1 She married John William Littleton Bagwell, son of Littleton P. Bagwell and Martha Ellen Gossett, in 1896.1 Matilda Rebecca Lankford died on 12 November 1931 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at age 61.1 She was buried at Glendale Cemetery, Glendale, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Children of Matilda Rebecca Lankford and John William Littleton Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S1747] Email from Darcey Slaughter dated April 2011 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Littleton P. Bagwell.

Arrie Estell Bagwell

F, b. 1897, d. 1897
     Arrie Estell Bagwell died in 1897; died at 7 months old. She was born in 1897. She was the daughter of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford.

Grady Littleton Bagwell

M, b. 26 July 1898, d. 14 August 1986
     Grady Littleton Bagwell was born on 26 July 1898 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. He was the son of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford. He served in World War II and Korea as a Sergent First Class in the US Army. Grady Littleton Bagwell died on 14 August 1986 in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, at age 88

Grady Littleton Bagwell, 88, of Columbia, died Thursday, August 14, 1986 in the Veterans Hospital.

Native of Spartanburg County; son of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford Bagwell.

Retired from the Amy, World War II veteran; a Baptist.

Spartanburg Herald Journal
8–15–86 A8.
He was buried at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

John Doyce Bagwell

M, b. 10 January 1901, d. 16 August 1962
     John Doyce Bagwell was also known as J. D. Bagwell. John Doyce Bagwell was also known as John Doice Bagwell. He was born on 10 January 1901.1 He was the son of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford. John Doyce Bagwell married Rena Webb before 1925. John Doyce Bagwell died on 16 August 1962 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at age 61.1 He was buried at Fairview Church, Spartanburg, South Carolina.1

Children of John Doyce Bagwell and Rena Webb

Citations

  1. [S4556] John Doyce Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S4558] Celia Bagwell Belue Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  3. [S4560] Brenda Bagwell Rice Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Eula Mae "Sister" Bagwell

F, b. 10 February 1903, d. 8 January 1995
     Eula Mae "Sister" Bagwell was born on 10 February 1903.1 She was the daughter of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford. As of 31 July 1920,her married name was Quinn. Eula Mae "Sister" Bagwell married Ralph Thomas Quinn on 31 July 1920.1 Eula Mae "Sister" Bagwell died on 8 January 1995 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, at age 91.1 She was buried at Fairview Baptist Church Cemetery, Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S4564] Eula Mae "Sister" Bagwell Quinn Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Lloyd Luther Bagwell

M, b. 1 April 1911, d. 18 November 1989
     Lloyd Luther Bagwell was born on 1 April 1911. He was the son of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford. Lloyd Luther Bagwell married Gladys Dillard. Lloyd Luther Bagwell died on 18 November 1989 in Woodruff, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, at age 78. He was buried at Greenhaven Memorial Gardens, Woodruff, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

Emma Corine Bagwell

F, b. 13 January 1905
     Her married name was Hudgins. Emma Corine Bagwell married George Hudgins. Emma Corine Bagwell was born on 13 January 1905. She was the daughter of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford.

Vivian E. Bagwell

F, b. circa 1909
     Vivian E. Bagwell was born circa 1909. She was the daughter of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford.

Roy William Bagwell

M, b. 1908, d. 1910
     Roy William Bagwell was also known as Ray William Bagwell. He was born in 1908. He was the son of John William Littleton Bagwell and Matilda Rebecca Lankford. Roy William Bagwell died in 1910.

Anne Parr

F, b. 1721, d. 1766
     Anne Parr was also known as Anna Parr. She was born in 1721 in Brunswick, Virginia. As of 1752,her married name was Bagwell. She married Richard Bagwell, son of Emanual Bagwell, in 1752. Anne Parr died in 1766 in Brunswick, Virginia.

Children of Anne Parr and Richard Bagwell

Drury Bagwell

M, b. 16 July 1763, d. 20 October 1841
Dury Bagwell - 1763 - 1841
Bethlehem Methodist Church, Clarksville, Tennessee
Photograph courtesty of Kurt Bryant
The limestone slabs were brought up McAdoo Creek after all of their deaths.
     Drury Bagwell was born on 16 July 1763 in Brunswick, Virginia.1 He was the son of Richard Bagwell and Anne Parr. Drury Bagwell married Catherine Ware on 28 February 1786 at Middlesex County, Virginia. Drury Bagwell died on 20 October 1841 in Montgomery County, Tennessee, at age 78.1 He was buried at Bethlehem Methodist Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee.2,1

Children of Drury Bagwell and Catherine Ware

Citations

  1. [S3724] Drury Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S2196] Email from Kurt Bryant dated December 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Keziah Bagwell Stamper.

Samuel Bagwell

M, b. 1765
     Samuel Bagwell was born in 1765 in Brunswick, Virginia. He was the son of Richard Bagwell and Anne Parr.

Susanna Bagwell

F, b. 1753, d. 1807
     Susanna Bagwell was born in 1753 in St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Richard Bagwell and Anne Parr. Susanna Bagwell died in 1807.

Frances Bagwell

?, b. 1755
     Frances Bagwell was born in 1755 in Brunswick, Virginia. Frances Bagwell was the child of Richard Bagwell and Anne Parr.

Kesiah Bagwell

F, b. 1775, d. 29 June 1844
     Kesiah Bagwell was also known as Keziah Bagwell.1 She was born in 1775 in Virginia. She was the daughter of Richard Bagwell and Anne Parr. As of 2 July 1793, Kesiah Bagwell was also known as Keziah Bagwell. She married Robert Stamper on 2 July 1793 at Brunswick County, Virginia. Kesiah Bagwell died on 29 June 1844 in Montgomery County, Tennessee.1 She was buried at Bethlehem Methodist Church, Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee.2,1

Citations

  1. [S3731] Keziah Bagwell Stamper Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S2196] Email from Kurt Bryant dated December 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: Keziah Bagwell Stamper.

Kaziah Bagwell

F, b. 1797, d. 12 February 1877
     Kaziah Bagwell was born in 1797 in Anderson County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill. As of 1827,her married name was Collier. Kaziah Bagwell married Abraham Collier in 1827 at Shelby County, Alabama.1,2 Kaziah Bagwell died on 12 February 1877 in Sturgis, Choctaw County, Mississippi.2 She was buried at Blackwood Cemetery, Webster, Winston County, Mississippi.2

Citations

  1. [S268] Abraham Collier Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S267] Kizziah Collier Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Abraham Collier

M, b. 1799, d. 20 September 1845
     Abraham Collier was born in 1799 in Burke County, North Carolina. He married Kaziah Bagwell, daughter of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill, in 1827 at Shelby County, Alabama.1,2 Abraham Collier died on 20 September 1845 in Sturgis, Choctaw County, Mississippi.1

Citations

  1. [S268] Abraham Collier Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S267] Kizziah Collier Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Frederick Burk Bagwell Jr.

M, b. 24 March 1799
     Frederick Burk Bagwell Jr. was born on 24 March 1799 in Laurens County, South Carolina. He was the son of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill.

Kendred Bagwell

?, b. 1787
     Kendred Bagwell was born in 1787 in Wake County, North Carolina. Kendred Bagwell was the child of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill.

Charles Bagwell

M
     Charles Bagwell was the son of Frederick Burk Bagwell and Mary Polly Hill.

Mary E. Lewis1,2,3

F, b. circa 1881, d. 1928
Mayme E. (Lewis) Feeney's Tombstone
     Mary E. Lewis was also known as Mayme E. Lewis. She was born circa 1881 in Pennsylvania.1 She married Martin W. (Red) Feeney, son of William Feeney and Mary Casserly, on 18 July 1906 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.4,2,3 Her married name was Feeney. Mary E. Lewis died in 1928 in Indiana. She was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. She and Martin W. (Red) Feeney lived in 1940 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Children of Mary E. Lewis and Martin W. (Red) Feeney

Citations

  1. [S443] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Indianapolis Ward 4, Marion, Indiana, Emuneration District: 86, Supervisor District: 7, Sheet: 15B, Dwelling: 352, Family Number: 388, Date: 1920.
  2. [S444] World War I Draft Registration Cards, WW I Draft Registration: Martin W. Feeney, Roll: 1613156; Draft Board: 10.
  3. [S938] Marion County Marriage Records entry, Index to Marriage Record Book: 42; Page: 240. (1906 - 1910).
  4. [S442] Indiana Registration Location: Marion, WW II Draft Registration Card: Martin W. Feeney, Roll: WW2_2281079.

Theresa Minerva Koerner

F, b. 28 February 1921, d. 1 January 2000
     Her married name was Feeney. Theresa Minerva Koerner was born on 28 February 1921 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. She married Malachia Francis Feeney, son of Timothy Joseph Feeney and Delia B. Kenney, on 23 October 1948 at Saint Patrick's Church, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. Theresa Minerva Koerner died on 1 January 2000 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, at age 78. She was buried on 19 January 2000 at Calvary Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Rose Marie Feeney

F
     Rose Marie Feeney is the daughter of Malachia Francis Feeney and Theresa Minerva Koerner.

Steven Malachia Feeney

M
     Steven Malachia Feeney is the son of Malachia Francis Feeney and Theresa Minerva Koerner.

Timothy Joseph Feeney

M
     Timothy Joseph Feeney is the son of Malachia Francis Feeney and Theresa Minerva Koerner.

Thomas Andrew Feeney

M
     Thomas Andrew Feeney is the son of Malachia Francis Feeney and Theresa Minerva Koerner.

Peter Patrick Feeney

M
     Peter Patrick Feeney is the son of Malachia Francis Feeney and Theresa Minerva Koerner.