Betty Bagwell

F, b. 28 November 1941, d. 17 April 2009
     Betty Bagwell was born on 28 November 1941 in Starke, Bradford County, Florida. She was the daughter of Kenneth Lee Bagwell and Lovie Estell Haisten. As of after 1960,her married name was Montgomery. Betty Bagwell married (?) Montgomery after 1960. Betty Bagwell died on 17 April 2009 in Saint Augustine, St. Johns County, Florida, at age 67.

(?) Montgomery

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     (?) Montgomery married Betty Bagwell, daughter of Kenneth Lee Bagwell and Lovie Estell Haisten, after 1960.

Maureen K. Tyler

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     Maureen K. Tyler married Parker Thomas Bagwell, son of Hunter Wayne Bagwell and Ann Louise Feeney, on 31 December 2018.

Thomas Mearling Bagwell

M, b. 20 December 1952, d. 1 April 2020
     Thomas Mearling Bagwell was also known as Tom Bagwell. He was born on 20 December 1952 in Nashville, Howard County, Arkansas. He was the son of Dallas Maryland Bagwell Jr. and Marguerite Germaine Andrews. Thomas Mearling Bagwell married Renae Kathleen Webster on 29 December 1973 at Denver, Colorado. Thomas Mearling Bagwell died on 1 April 2020 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado, at age 67

Thomas (Tom) Bagwell, 67, passed away April 1st at St. Anthony’s Hospital. He put up a very brave fight but lost his life to the coronavirus. He is Survived by, his wife Renae, son Tommy Bagwell, son-in-law Andrew Barbo, son Jason Bagwell, daughter-in-law Theresa Bagwell, grandson Brayden Bagwell, brother David Bagwell, sister Brenda Martin, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Tom was born in Nashville, Arkansas on December 20th, 1952. Although he told Renae he was born in a barn, she found out later, that he was actually born in a hospital. His parents, Dallas and Germaine moved their family to Denver where Dallas got a job with the Railroad. But one of the misfortunes the family suffered occurred in 1965, when the Platte River flood caused the family to lose nearly everything.

In 1973, Tom and Renae married young, he at the age of 21, and Renae at the age of 18. Despite their youth, the minister accurately predicted their marriage would be successful. They had two wonderful boys; Tommy in 1977, and Jason in 1979, and they sincerely enjoyed spending time together on little trips.

When the boys moved out, Tom and Renae shared hobbies they both enjoyed; fishing, shooting, showing their miniature schnauzers, and just spending time together. He was a conscientious and considerate husband with a great sense of humor and a booming laugh that would light up a room. He loved competitive shooting and collecting knives, but also enjoyed simply hanging out with his shooting buddies.

After he retired from the railroad, Tom became a helpful partner to Renae in her insurance agency, a job that gave him access to many customers who also came to love him.

Tom was a prankster who liked jokes, and so it somehow seemed fitting that he chose April Fool’s day to make his final exit.

Tom was supportive of both of his son's careers and kept the cars and everything working in the house. Specifically, because Tom was handy, generous, honest and trustworthy, he was the kind of guy many a stranded motorist hoped to run into, and, in fact, many stranded people actually did.

But one day on a mountain fishing trip turned out to be the best example of what kind of guy Tom was. Everyone was trying to fish, but the boys were young and Renae didn’t like to bait her hook, so Tom was not able to get much fishing in for himself. Instead, he cheerfully hurried about, baiting hooks, untangling lines, and taking care of everyone else. When Tommy caught a fish, Tom helped him land the fish, praised him for his great catch, and then, in a moment of fatherly insight, he pretended to throw the well-hooked fish back into the lake. Immediately after the fish splash into the water, he looked at Jason who had already started fussing with frustration. Tom then carried the pole with the fish still on the line and handed it to Jason. After that, Tom stood back, folded his arms on his chest, and watched with pure delight when Jason also “caught” a fish! Tom adored his grandson, Brayden and enjoyed every minute of being a grandpa. He was a good man who lead a good life, and we will miss him.

Because The Salvation Army helped his family during the flood, In lieu of flowers, I think Tom would want donations to be made in his honor.


He was buried at Rocky Mountain Memorial Park, Denver, Denver County, Colorado.

Children of Thomas Mearling Bagwell and Renae Kathleen Webster

Tommy Bagwell

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     Tommy Bagwell is the son of Thomas Mearling Bagwell and Renae Kathleen Webster.

David Bagwell

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     David Bagwell is the son of Dallas Maryland Bagwell Jr. and Marguerite Germaine Andrews.

Brenda Bagwell

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     Brenda Bagwell is the daughter of Dallas Maryland Bagwell Jr. and Marguerite Germaine Andrews. Brenda Bagwell married (?) Martin after 1970.

(?) Martin

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     (?) Martin married Brenda Bagwell, daughter of Dallas Maryland Bagwell Jr. and Marguerite Germaine Andrews, after 1970.

Maud I. Smith

F, b. 20 February 1879, d. 7 November 1941
     Maud I. Smith was born on 20 February 1879 in Illinois. As of 1 January 1904,her married name was Bagwell. She married Gillis Bagwell, son of Lloyd A. Bagwell and Nancy Elizabeth Hagler, on 1 January 1904 at Perry, Illinois. Maud I. Smith died on 7 November 1941 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, at age 62.

Child of Maud I. Smith and Gillis Bagwell

Humbert J. Mautone Sr.

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     Humbert J. Mautone Sr. married Dorothy Mae Bagwell, daughter of John Sylvester Bagwell and Rebecca Delilah Harp, on 18 September 1947.

Maxine Myatt

F, b. 1929, d. 2003
     Maxine Myatt was born in 1929. As of 30 January 1954,her married name was Bagwell. She married Edwin Lee Bagwell, son of John Sylvester Bagwell and Rebecca Delilah Harp, on 30 January 1954 at Chaffee, Scott County, Missouri. Maxine Myatt died in 2003. She was buried at Lawrence Memorial Park, Walnut Ridge, Lawrence County, Arkansas.

Mamie E. Krigbaum

F, b. 29 March 1886, d. October 1986
     Mamie E. Krigbaum was born on 29 March 1886. She was buried at Saint Johns Cemetery, Granite City, Madison County, Illinois. As of after 1900,her married name was Bagwill. She married Otis Bagwill, son of Miles Standish Bagwell and Molly H. Ridge, after 1900. Mamie E. Krigbaum died in October 1986 at age 100.

Child of Mamie E. Krigbaum and Otis Bagwill

Joyce Bagwill

F, b. 10 December 1909, d. 19 April 1929
     Joyce Bagwill was born on 10 December 1909 in Arkansas. She was the daughter of Otis Bagwill and Mamie E. Krigbaum. Joyce Bagwill died on 19 April 1929 in St. Louis, Missouri, at age 19. She was buried at Tower Grove Cemetery, Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois.

Joseph Bagwell

M, b. circa 1850
     Joseph Bagwell was also known as Josiah Bagwell. He was born circa 1850 in Kentucky. He married Elizabeth E. Higgins on 20 July 1878 at Posey County, Indiana. Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins lived in 1880 in Smith Mill, Henderson County, Kentucky.

Children of Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins

Elizabeth E. Higgins

F, b. circa 1860
     Elizabeth E. Higgins was also known as Sarah E. Higgins. She was born circa 1860 in Kentucky. She lived in 1870 in Smith Mill, Henderson County, Kentucky. She married Joseph Bagwell on 20 July 1878 at Posey County, Indiana. As of 20 July 1878,her married name was Bagwell. Elizabeth E. Higgins and Joseph Bagwell lived in 1880 in Smith Mill, Henderson County, Kentucky.

Children of Elizabeth E. Higgins and Joseph Bagwell

Bertha T. Bagwell

F, b. 11 April 1887, d. 9 April 1952
     Bertha T. Bagwell was born on 11 April 1887 in Kentucky. She was the daughter of Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins. As of 17 November 1906,her married name was Voyles. Bertha T. Bagwell married William G. Voyles on 17 November 1906 at Posey County, Indiana. As of before 1950,her married name was Geupel. Bertha T. Bagwell married (?) Geupel before 1950. Bertha T. Bagwell died on 9 April 1952 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, at age 64. She was buried at Dixon Cemetery, West Franklin, Posey County, Indiana.

Ida B. Bagwell

F, b. March 1880
     Ida B. Bagwell was born in March 1880 in Kentucky. She was the daughter of Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins.

(?) Geupel

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     (?) Geupel married Bertha T. Bagwell, daughter of Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins, before 1950.

William G. Voyles

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     William G. Voyles married Bertha T. Bagwell, daughter of Joseph Bagwell and Elizabeth E. Higgins, on 17 November 1906 at Posey County, Indiana.

Mark Robert Vandenheede

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     Mark Robert Vandenheede married Merle Joan Furu on 25 November 1982 at Clark County, Nevada.

Burdetta L. Thrapp

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     Burdetta L. Thrapp married Merle Joan Furu after 1983.

Stella J. Williams

F, b. 1876, d. 1967
     Stella J. Williams was born in 1876. As of after 1893,her married name was Bagwell. She died in 1967. She was buried at Sunset View Cemetery, El Cerrito, Contra Costa County, California.

Charles John Bagwell

M, b. 7 July 1875, d. 17 September 1950
     Charles John Bagwell was born on 7 July 1875 in England. He was the son of Charles John Bagwell and Lydia Elizabeth Paddon. Charles John Bagwell immigrated on 29 June 1910 to Detriot, Michigan. He married Charlotte Ester Peterson on 31 December 1914 at Mahoning County, Ohio. Charles John Bagwell died on 17 September 1950 at age 75. He was buried at Tod Homestead Cemetery, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio.

Child of Charles John Bagwell and Charlotte Ester Peterson

Charlotte Ester Peterson

F, b. 1882, d. 13 August 1961
     Charlotte Ester Peterson was also known as Ester Charlotte Peterson. She was born in 1882. As of 31 December 1914,her married name was Bagwell. She married Charles John Bagwell, son of Charles John Bagwell and Lydia Elizabeth Paddon, on 31 December 1914 at Mahoning County, Ohio. Charlotte Ester Peterson died on 13 August 1961. She was buried at Tod Homestead Cemetery, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio.

Child of Charlotte Ester Peterson and Charles John Bagwell

Charles John Bagwell

M, b. circa 1854
     Charles John Bagwell was born circa 1854 in Camberwell, Newington, London, England. He married Lydia Elizabeth Paddon before 1875.

Children of Charles John Bagwell and Lydia Elizabeth Paddon

Lydia Elizabeth Paddon

F, b. circa 1852
     Lydia Elizabeth Paddon was born circa 1852 in Newington, Newington, London, England. She married Charles John Bagwell before 1875. As of before 1875,her married name was Bagwell.

Children of Lydia Elizabeth Paddon and Charles John Bagwell

Lydia Elizabeth Bagwell

F, b. circa 1878
     Lydia Elizabeth Bagwell was born circa 1878 in Newington, Newington, London, England. She was the daughter of Charles John Bagwell and Lydia Elizabeth Paddon.

William James Bagwell

M, b. circa 1880
     William James Bagwell was born circa 1880 in Newington, Newington, London, England. He was the son of Charles John Bagwell and Lydia Elizabeth Paddon.

Rudolph Charles Bagwell

M, b. 19 March 1919, d. 15 September 1994
     Rudolph Charles Bagwell was born on 19 March 1919 in Youngstown, Ohio. He was the son of Charles John Bagwell and Charlotte Ester Peterson. Rudolph Charles Bagwell married Roberta Jane "Bobsy" Peterman on 14 May 1955. Rudolph Charles Bagwell died on 15 September 1994 at age 75. He was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio.

Roberta Jane "Bobsy" Peterman

F, b. 9 September 1925, d. 19 March 2008
     Roberta Jane "Bobsy" Peterman was born on 9 September 1925 in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio. As of 14 May 1955,her married name was Bagwell. She married Rudolph Charles Bagwell, son of Charles John Bagwell and Charlotte Ester Peterson, on 14 May 1955. Roberta Jane "Bobsy" Peterman died on 19 March 2008 in Mahoning County, Ohio, at age 82

The Vindicator, Youngstown, Mahoning Co. OH, March 26, 2008
NORTH LIMA – A memorial service will be held Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Boardman for Roberta “Bobsy” J. Bagwell, 82, who passed away Wednesday morning at Assumption Village.
Bobsy was born Sept. 1, 1925 in Youngstown, a daughter of Earl B. and Elizabeth Snyder Peterman. She was a 1944 Boardman High School graduate. She was a professional photographer for over 30 years until the early 1980s. She was also a bus driver for Boardman schools for 20 years, retiring in the mid-1980s. Bobsy was past president of Stadium Drive PTA in Boardman, and a member of the Boardman Band and Orchestra Parents. She was involved in Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts and volunteered for Meals on Wheels. She was also involved with several local camera clubs. Her husband, Rudolph C. Bagwell, whom she married May 14, 1955, passed away Sept. 19, 1994. She leaves a daughter, Elizabeth (Thomas) Clark of Boardman; two sons, Kenneth E. (Cathy) Bagwell of Canfield and Dale C. Bagwell of Alameda, Calif; and five grandchildren, Erin Drummond of Chapel Hill, N.C., Marc Drummond of Boardman, Carolyn Drummond of Boardman, Brian Bagwell of Canfield and Ross Bagwell of Canfield. Besides her husband, Roberta was preceded in death by her parents; and two sisters, her twin Elizabeth Hitchings and Carolyn Peterman. Calling hours will be held Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Westminster Presbyterian Church. The family would like to express their appreciation to the staff at Assumption Village and at Hospice of the Valley. The family requests that material tributes take the form of donation to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market St., Youngstown, OH 44512. Arrangements are being handled by the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Home Boardman-Canfield Chapel.

She was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio.