Gail Hogan

F
     Gail Hogan is the daughter of Marvin Hogan and Mary Mytrice Barden.

John Burton Strickland

M, b. 1924, d. 1997
     John Burton Strickland was born in 1924. He married Mary Mytrice Barden, daughter of James Washington Barden Jr. and Lena May Scales. John Burton Strickland died in 1997.

Cora Victoria Bagwell

F, b. 6 June 1888, d. 4 December 1974
     Cora Victoria Bagwell was born on 6 June 1888 in Georgia. She was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. As of 5 March 1911,her married name was Smith. Cora Victoria Bagwell married Robert L. Smith on 5 March 1911 at Hall County, Georgia. Cora Victoria Bagwell died on 4 December 1974 at age 86. She was buried at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Atlanta, DeKalb County, Georgia.

Robert L. Smith

M, b. 4 May 1887, d. 21 April 1964
     Robert L. Smith was born on 4 May 1887. He married Cora Victoria Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest, on 5 March 1911 at Hall County, Georgia. Robert L. Smith died on 21 April 1964 at age 76. He was buried at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Atlanta, DeKalb County, Georgia.

Ella Bagwell

F, b. 24 January 1883, d. 24 December 1972
     Ella Bagwell was born on 24 January 1883.1 She was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Her married name was Crowe. Ella Bagwell married Reverend Tommy F. Crowe after 1900. Ella Bagwell died on 24 December 1972 at age 89.1 She was buried at Hog Mountain Church Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S1079] Ella Bagwell Crowe Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Reverend Tommy F. Crowe1

M, b. 3 October 1878, d. 7 April 1953
     Reverend Tommy F. Crowe was born on 3 October 1878.1 He married Ella Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest, after 1900. Reverend Tommy F. Crowe died on 7 April 1953 at age 74.1 He was buried at Hog Mountain Church Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S1080] Rev Tommy F. Crowe Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Edward Marshall Bagwell

M, b. 4 November 1885, d. 16 October 1952
     Edward Marshall Bagwell was born on 4 November 1885 in Georgia.1 He was the son of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Edward Marshall Bagwell married Gertrude Holmes. Edward Marshall Bagwell died on 16 October 1952 at age 66.1 He was buried at Hillcrest Cemetery, Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia.1

Children of Edward Marshall Bagwell and Gertrude Holmes

Citations

  1. [S2025] Ed M Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Gertrude Holmes

F, b. 8 July 1884, d. 6 October 1969
     Gertrude Holmes was born on 8 July 1884 in Georgia.1 Her married name was Bagwell. She married Edward Marshall Bagwell, son of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Gertrude Holmes died on 6 October 1969 in Gwinnett County, Georgia, at age 85.1 She was buried at Hillcrest Cemetery, Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia.1

Children of Gertrude Holmes and Edward Marshall Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S2027] Gertrude H Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Annie E. Bagwell

F, b. 11 September 1893, d. 18 November 1969
     Annie E. Bagwell was born on 11 September 1893 in Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia. She was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Her married name was Benson. Annie E. Bagwell married Milford Benson. Annie E. Bagwell died on 18 November 1969 in Tift County, Georgia, at age 76.

Milford Benson

M
     Milford Benson married Annie E. Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest.

Letha Augusta Bagwell

F, b. 27 January 1898, d. 25 July 1977
     Letha Augusta Bagwell was born on 27 January 1898 in Georgia. She was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Her married name was Benson. Letha Augusta Bagwell married Byrd Clifton Benson. Letha Augusta Bagwell died on 25 July 1977 in Baldwin County, Georgia, at age 79. She was buried at Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia.

Byrd Clifton Benson

M, b. 30 September 1896, d. 29 July 1974
     Byrd Clifton Benson was born on 30 September 1896 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. He married Letha Augusta Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Byrd Clifton Benson died on 29 July 1974 in Baldwin County, Georgia, at age 77.

Nobia P. Bagwell1

F, b. March 1880, d. 20 March 1965
     Nobia P. Bagwell was also known as Norby P. Bagwell. She was born in March 1880 in Hall County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. As of 19 February 1911,her married name was Martin. Nobia P. Bagwell married Henry Martin on 19 February 1911 at Hall County, Georgia. Nobia P. Bagwell died on 20 March 1965. She was buried at Old Suwanee Baptist Church Cemetery, Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S667] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Morgan, Hall, Georgia; Enumeration District: 134; Supervior District: 1; Page: 21, Dwelling: 199, Family Number: 199, Date: 1880.

Henry Martin

M, b. 15 June 1885, d. 23 December 1960
     Henry Martin was born on 15 June 1885. He married Nobia P. Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest, on 19 February 1911 at Hall County, Georgia. Henry Martin died on 23 December 1960 at age 75. He was buried at Old Suwanee Baptist Church Cemetery, Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Sally Bagwell

F
     Sally Bagwell was the daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest. Her married name was Housch. Sally Bagwell married Robert Housch.

Robert Housch

M
     Robert Housch married Sally Bagwell, daughter of John Elijah Bagwell and Mary Anna Priest.

Eulalia Minter1

F, b. 1880, d. 1921
     Eulalia Minter was also known as Lalia A. Minter. Eulalia Minter was also known as Bagwill.1 She was born in 1880.1 As of 1901,her married name was Bagwell.1 She married Curtis Edgar Bagwell, son of Matthew Askins Bagwell and Cynthia Ann Cluster, in 1901 at Jackson County, Illinois.1 Eulalia Minter died in 1921.1 She was buried at Looney Springs Cemetery, Campbell Hill, Jackson County, Illinois.1

Citations

  1. [S418] Unknown Compilers, Cemetery: Looney Springs Cemetery.

Micajah (McCager) Gambrell

M, b. 1806, d. October 1851
     Micajah (McCager) Gambrell was born in 1806. He was the son of William Gambrell and Sarah Stone. Micajah (McCager) Gambrell married Frances Bagwell, daughter of John (Jack) Bagwell and Frances Hulsey, at South Carolina. Micajah (McCager) Gambrell died in October 1851 in Honea Path, Anderson County, South Carolina.

Children of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell

George Washington Gambrell

M, b. 4 July 1836, d. 20 April 1924
     George Washington Gambrell was born on 4 July 1836. He was the son of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. George Washington Gambrell died on 20 April 1924 in Anderson County, South Carolina, at age 87.

Elizabeth Gambrell

F, b. 16 December 1833, d. 22 November 1890
     Elizabeth Gambrell was born on 16 December 1833 in Anderson County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. Elizabeth Gambrell died on 22 November 1890 in Anderson County, South Carolina, at age 56.

William Gambrell

M, b. circa 1838, d. 1862
     William Gambrell was born circa 1838. He was the son of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. William Gambrell died in 1862.

John Elrod (Elford) Gambrell

M, b. 1841, d. 1862
     John Elrod (Elford) Gambrell was born in 1841. He was the son of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. John Elrod (Elford) Gambrell died in 1862.

James Craven (Jim) Gambrell

M, b. 10 February 1848, d. 11 December 1928
     James Craven (Jim) Gambrell was born on 10 February 1848 in Anderson County, South Carolina. He was the son of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. James Craven (Jim) Gambrell died on 11 December 1928 in Honea Path, Anderson County, South Carolina, at age 80.

Minerva Gambrell

F, b. 25 December 1839
     Minerva Gambrell was born on 25 December 1839. She was the daughter of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell.

Mahala Gambrell

F, b. 2 February 1845, d. 1930
     Mahala Gambrell was born on 2 February 1845. She was the daughter of Micajah (McCager) Gambrell and Frances Bagwell. Mahala Gambrell died in 1930.

Margaret Stone1

F, b. circa 1817, d. 1849
     Margaret Stone was born circa 1817 in South Carolina.1,2 As of 1839,her married name was Bagwell.1 She married Henderson Onie Bagwell, son of Frederick Bagwell and Winfred Ellis, in 1839.1,2 Margaret Stone died in 1849.2

Children of Margaret Stone and Henderson Onie Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S420] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 415, Dwelling: 1417, Family Number: 1417, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1485] Email from [Name Withheld] dated September 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Henderson Onie Bagwell's Descendents.

George W. Bagwell1

M, b. circa 1839, d. 1865
     George W. Bagwell was born circa 1839 in South Carolina.1,2 He was the son of Henderson Onie Bagwell and Margaret Stone.1,2 George W. Bagwell died in 1865.2

Citations

  1. [S420] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 415, Dwelling: 1417, Family Number: 1417, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1485] Email from [Name Withheld] dated September 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Henderson Onie Bagwell's Descendents.

Mary Jane Bagwell1

F, b. 1842
     Mary Jane Bagwell was born in 1842 in South Carolina.1,2 She was the daughter of Henderson Onie Bagwell and Margaret Stone.1,2

Citations

  1. [S420] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 415, Dwelling: 1417, Family Number: 1417, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1485] Email from [Name Withheld] dated September 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Henderson Onie Bagwell's Descendents.

Lewis Bagwell1

M, b. circa 1843, d. 28 May 1864
     Lewis Bagwell was born circa 1843 in Anderson County, South Carolina.1 He was the son of Henderson Onie Bagwell and Margaret Stone.1,2 He was in Company G, 2nd Rifles Infantry, South Carolina in the Confederate States Army during the Civil War.

The unit started its first services on Morris Island, SC, helping to build fortifications for the soon attack of Fort Sumter. They soon participated in the bombardment of Fort Sumter from Morris Island. Afterwards they were ordered to Virginia, but only four of the ten companies were to leave for Manassas, as the other six would not agree to leave. There the four companies fought at First Manassas as part of Bonham's Brigade.

Soon after their baptism of fire, they were on the Virginia Peninsula. Their original Colonel, Joseph Brevard Kershaw was soon promoted to Brigadier General, commanding the brigade that the 2nd was part of, and Captain John Doby Kennedy of Company E was promoted to Colonel. They fought at Williamsburg and Yorktown, and eventually at the Seven Days Battles. Once the federal Army of the Potomac was defeated, the Army of Northern Virginia went to Northern Virginia and fought at the Second Battle of Manassas. Kershaw's Brigade, and the 2nd South Carolina, missed the battle as they were on detached duty; but they rejoined the main army in time for the first invasion of the north.

At the beginning of the First Invasion of the North, the 2nd along with McLaws Division and Jacksons Wing successfully forced the surrender of the Harpers Ferry garrison. During the actual fighting phases, Kershaw's Brigade and Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade were to attack a fortified position in unison, Kershaw attacking the front while Barksdale pressured the flank. As the attack started, Barksdale waited until the third time Kershaw's South Carolinians attacked, which caused many to die in the charges beforehand. After the surrender the rest of the troops at Harpers Ferry, excluding Hill's "Light Division", met with the rest of the Army of Northern Virginia at Sharpsburg, Maryland. Here they fought in the West Woods. Earlier the federal I and XII Corps pushed Confederate troops away from the Dunker Church and Cornfield and the lead division of the II Corps was marching forward into the West Woods, a formation of brigades in line of battle on after the other. Whilst they were moving forward, the other two division of the II Corps swung around in front of the Sunken Lane. McLaws Division was waiting in the West Woods and once the leading division, under Major General Israel B. Richardson, was in their front, oblivious to the fact of the waiting confederates, they attacked in one of the greatest flanking movements of the war. Kershaw's Brigade fought here for the entire day, eventually helping to retake the lost grounds at the Dunker Church, it was here that Colonel Kennedy was wounded. After the retreat from Maryland, Kershaw's Brigade participated in the Battle of Fredericksburg. From the 2nd, Companies D, E, and G, under the command of Captain William Z. Leitner of Company E, were almost in the center of the stone wall on Marye's Heights. After the days fighting, Sergeant Richard Rowland Kirkland of Company E/G gave water to the wounded union soldiers, earning him the nickname "The Angle of Marye's Heights". Soon afterwards they fought at Chancellorsville, participating in the opening fight on May 1, 1863.
Now as part of the 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, the 2nd with the rest of the army started for Pennsylvania. There they fought at Gettysburg, specifically Kershaw's Brigade fought in the Peach Orchard and the Wheatfield, two of the most savage fighting spots of the battle. At the Peach Orchard the 2nd advanced with two other units of Kershaw's Brigade, the 3rd SC Battalion and the 8th SC Infantry, through the orchard and eventually came under strong artillery fire. Thousands of pieces of shrapnel and canister hit their lines, and the 2nd lost about 50% of their numbers when an unknown officer ordered the regiment to turn, a perfect opportunity for the federal artillerist. Eventually pushing the federals away, they marched forward into the Wheatfield, where the fought in a bloody melee/rifle engagement. By the end of the day the regiment had lost more than half their men, and soon they would make the retreat to Virginia with the rest of the army.

After Gettysburg the Army of Northern Virginia retreated back into Virginia to rest and recuperate. It was then chosen that as the winter came and the armies settled down that the 1st Corps under Lt Gen James Longstreet would transfer to the Army of Tennessee to help it achieve a victory. When they arrived in northern Georgia, the Battle of Chickmauga had occurred all the day before and Longstreet's fresh troops were chosen to lead an assault on the federal line. When the assault began, Kershaw's Brigade fought troops from Maj Gen Thomas L. Crittenden's XXI Corps and pushed them back until stopped at Snodgrass Hill, where 2nd Lieutenant Richard R. Kirkland, the "Angel of Marye's Heights" was killed. After the retreat of the federal Army of the Cumberland the Army of Tennessee moved in to begin the Siege of Chattanooga but arguments between army commander Braxton Bragg and other commanders including Longstreet forced his Corps to return to Virginia. Before doing so Longstreet tried to recapture Knoxville but failed in doing so. Soon afterwards, the new overall commander of Union forces, Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, started the Overland Campaign, opening with the Battle of the Wilderness. The Confederate 3rd Corps under A.P. Hill, after a whole day of inconclusive fighting was suddenly attacked the day after on May 6, 1864, completely breaking and running. But just in time to aid the 3rd Corps was the arrival of the 1st Corps, with Kershaw's Brigade in the lead. Here they successfully pushed back troops of the federal II Corps under Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, before the end of the battle Lt. Col. Franklin Gaillard was mortally wounded. Fighting became inconclusive and the Army of Northern Virginia soon retreated to Spotsylvania Court House. Here the Brigade, under the command of Colonel John Henegan of the 8th SC Infantry whilst Gen. Kershaw was commanding the division, dug in and prepared for the battle soon to come. On May 8, 1864 troops from the 3rd Division, V Corps attacked the entrenchments of Henegan's Brigade and were repulsed after tough fighting. They were attacked again on May 12, and again repulsed the federal advance. Then they had limited combat in the Battle of North Anna. The troops of the confederate 1st Corps were soon moved to counter Grant's flanking maneuver and soon dug in at Cold Harbor. When the federals approached, the Confederates unleashed a devastating fire and the battle ended with thousands of federal casualties. Soon afterwards they were forced into the Siege of Petersburg and fought in the First Deep Bottom. Lewis Bagwell died on 28 May 1864 in Emory, Washington County, Virginia.2 He was buried at Montgomery White Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Montgomery County, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S420] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 415, Dwelling: 1417, Family Number: 1417, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1485] Email from [Name Withheld] dated September 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Henderson Onie Bagwell's Descendents.

Baylis Earl Bagwell1

M, b. 14 August 1845, d. 8 September 1919
     Baylis Earl Bagwell was born on 14 August 1845 in South Carolina.1,2 He was the son of Henderson Onie Bagwell and Margaret Stone.1,2 Baylis Earl Bagwell married Theresa Adeline Wilson. Baylis Earl Bagwell died on 8 September 1919 in Oconee County, South Carolina, at age 74.2 He was buried at Mountain View Cemetery, Seneca, Oconee County, South Carolina.

Children of Baylis Earl Bagwell and Theresa Adeline Wilson

Citations

  1. [S420] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule:Greenville, South Carolina; Page: 415, Dwelling: 1417, Family Number: 1417, Date: 1850.
  2. [S1485] Email from [Name Withheld] dated September 2010 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell - Subject Line: Henderson Onie Bagwell's Descendents.