Joseph Hiram Garrison Bagwell

M, b. 23 July 1918, d. 15 September 1973
     Joseph Hiram Garrison Bagwell was born on 23 July 1918 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was the son of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. Joseph Hiram Garrison Bagwell married Sallie Mae Whitehead on 25 December 1940 at Jackson County, Georgia. He was a SGT in the US Army during World War II. His tombstone indicates he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal (BSM).

The Bronze Star Medal is a United States decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone.

He enlisted in 9 Jun 1944 and was released on 13 Feb 1946. I believe he served in the 104th Infantry Division. The 104th Infantry Division sailed for the Western Front on 27 August 1944. It landed in France on 7 September 1944. The division was assigned to III Corps of the Ninth United States Army, part of the Twelfth United States Army Group. The division then organized and assembled at Manche, France before heading into combat.

Joining the Battle of Hürtgen Forest, the division moved into defensive positions in the vicinity of Wuustwezel, Belgium on 23 October 1944. The Timberwolves were then assigned to British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery's Anglo-Canadian 21st Army Group under the British I Corps, along with the U.S. 7th Armored Division, in order to clear out the Scheldt Estuary and open the port of Antwerp. While the U.S. 7th Armored Division was assigned static duty holding the right flank of the gains made during the failed Market Garden operation, the 104th Infantry Division was to assist the First Canadian Army in the taking of the Scheldt. The Timberwolves travelled across France by train and debarked near the Belgian-Dutch border and waited for word to take part in a new allied offensive, Operation Pheasant, taking the place of the experienced British 49th Infantry Division on the left flank and the Polish 1st Armored Division on the right.

The Americans were given responsibility for taking 22 miles of wet, low country from the Belgian border to the Maas River. The width of their front was approximately 8,000 yards. General Allen planned to employ all three of his regiments at the same time, shoulder to shoulder. The 104th began combat operations on 25 and 26 October, and began to attack the Germans, who offered varying levels of resistance. Along the division's front, the Germans were spread thinly and did not have continuous lines of defense. However, they did possess deadly strong points, and endeavored to make the Timberwolves' progress as time consuming and costly as possible, making heavy use of mines, booby traps, and roadblocks. Despite this, advance was steady, though paid for in the lives of the 104th Division soldiers. Conditions were rainy, chilly, wet and muddy. Moisture seemed to grip everything and everyone. Sleet beat down on the troops, who went for days soaked to the skin and slimy with mud. On 30 October, after five days of continuous operations the division had pushed about 15 miles to within sight of the Mark River and had liberated Zundert, gained control of the Breda-Roosendaal Road, and overrun the Vaart Canal defenses. Leur and Etten fell as the division advanced to the Mark River, arriving there by 31 October. A coordinated attack over the Mark River at Standdaarbuiten on 2 November established a bridgehead and the rest of the division crossed the river. With the Allies firmly on the north side of the Mark River, German resistance collapsed. For the next two days, the Timberwolves pursued enemy remnants north to the Maas River. Zevenbergen was captured and the Maas River was reached on 5 November. That same day, General Allen received orders from the U.S. First Army, releasing it from British control. While the bulk of the division moved near Aachen, Germany, elements remained to secure Moerdijk until 7 November, when they were relieved. During this time, the division was reassigned to VII Corps of the U.S. 1st Army, also part of the Twelfth Army Group. By 7 November, the fighting in the Netherlands cost the Timberwolves 1,426 casualties, including 313 killed and 103 missing. Montgomery and the Canadian commanders sent their congratulations, and General Allen disseminated copies of their letters to his regiments and wrote a personal letter of thanks to everyone in the division, concluding with his favorite motto, "Nothing in Hell must stop the Timberwolves!" As a result of the actions of the 104th and their Allied counterparts, the Scheldt Estuary was cleared. The Royal Navy took three weeks to sweep the estuary waters clear of mines, and in early December 1944, the port of Antwerp was open to Allied shipping.

While under American command on 16 November 1944, the division went on another offensive, taking Stolberg and pushing on against heavy resistance. Eschweiler fell on 21 November and the enemy was cleared from the area west of the Inde River, including Inden by 2 December 1944. Lucherberg was held against enemy counterattacks on 3 December, and all strongholds west of the Roer River were captured by the 23rd. It took temporary command of the 60th Infantry Regiment of the 9th Infantry Division. During the Battle of the Bulge, the 104th actively defended its sector near Duren and Merken (in German only) from 15 December 1944 to 22 February 1945. During that time, it was reassigned to XIX Corps of the Ninth United States Army. It then moved across the Roer taking Huchem-Stammeln, Birkesdorf, and North Duren. On 5 March, after heavy fighting, it entered Köln. After defending the west bank of the Rhine River, the division crossed the river at Honnef on 22 March 1945, and attacked to the east of the Remagen bridgehead. During this time, some of the division's assets fell under command of the 1st Infantry Division and the 3rd Armored Division. After a period of mopping up and consolidation, it participated in the trap of enemy troops in the Ruhr pocket. The 104th repulsed heavy attacks near Medebach and captured Paderborn on 1 April 1945. After regrouping, it advanced to the east and crossed the Weser River on 8 April, blocking enemy exits from the Harz Mountains. On 11 April 1945 the Division was involved in the liberation of a large German concentration camp at Nordhausen. The division then crossed the Saale River and took Halle in a bitter five-day struggle from 15 to 19 April. The sector to the Mulde River was cleared by 21 April, and after vigorous patrolling, contacted the Red Army at Pretzsch on 26 April. The division took temporary command of assets from the 69th Infantry Division in early May. Joseph Hiram Garrison Bagwell died on 15 September 1973 in BJC Hospital, Commerce, Jackson County, Georgia, at age 55. He was buried at Grey Hill Cemetery, Commerce, Jackson County, Georgia.

Children of Joseph Hiram Garrison Bagwell and Sallie Mae Whitehead

William Henry Bagwell

M, b. 20 January 1921, d. 20 January 1921
     William Henry Bagwell was also known as William Homer Bagwell. He died on 20 January 1921 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was born on 20 January 1921 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was buried on 21 January 1921 at Blacks Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison County, Georgia. He was the son of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison.

Annie Ruth Bagwell

F, b. 1 August 1922, d. 25 November 2013
     Annie Ruth Bagwell was born on 1 August 1922 in Jackson County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. As of after 1940,her married name was Howington. Annie Ruth Bagwell married Ralph H Howington after 1940. Annie Ruth Bagwell died on 25 November 2013 in Georgia at age 91. She was buried at Cabin Creek Cemetery, Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia.

Homer Franklin Bagwell

M, b. 15 August 1935, d. 23 January 2006
     Homer Franklin Bagwell was born on 15 August 1935 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was the son of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. Homer Franklin Bagwell married Tomiko (?) before 14 December 1956 at Japan. Homer Franklin Bagwell died on 23 January 2006 in Jackson County, Georgia, at age 70. He was buried at Nicholson City Cemetery, Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia.

Children of Homer Franklin Bagwell and Tomiko (?)

Sarah Lee Lollis

F, b. 14 May 1930, d. 5 July 1999
     Sarah Lee Lollis was also known as Sarah Lee Bagwell. She was born on 14 May 1930 in Jackson County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. As of after 1946,her married name was Autry. Sarah Lee Lollis married Frank Autry Jr. after 1946. Sarah Lee Lollis died on 5 July 1999 in Barrow County, Georgia, at age 69
Mrs. Sara Lee B. Autry, 69, of Statham, died Monday, July 5, 1999.
A native of Jackson County, Mrs. Autry was a daughter of the late Tilman and Bessie Bagwell.
She had resided in Barrow County since 1944. Mrs. Autry was preceded in death by a daughter, Nancy Carolyn Autry.

Burial was in the Cabin Creek Baptist Church cemetery, Jackson County.

Survivors include her husband, Frank Autry Jr; four sons, David Autry, Rock Mountain, N.C., Ralph Autry, Statesboro, and Frank Autry III and Glenn Autry, both of Statham; five daughters, Dale Willoughby, Rosa Lee Hamrick, Connie Cudak and Brenda Autry, all of Statham, and Gail Allred, Auburn; brothers and sisters, Tilman Bagwell, Homer Bagwell, Ruth Anthony, Mary Embrick and Frances Worley, all of Commerce, Lois Moore, Honea Path, S.C., Frances Shedd, Akins, S.C., Martha Reeves, Woodrougg, S.C., Bobby Bagwell, Mary Duncan and Euri Patrick, Bogart, Charles Patrick, Stockbridge, Clyde Beck, Arcade, Ann Akins, Winder, Opal Sherwood, Hull, Howard Bagwell, Farmington, and Morris Patrick and Pam Cash, both of Statham; 31 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

The Commerce News, July 7, 1999.

She was buried at Cabin Creek Cemetery, Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia.

Nancy Jeanette Lollis

F, b. 8 November 1927, d. 11 September 1951
     Nancy Jeanette Lollis was born on 8 November 1927 in Jackson County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. Nancy Jeanette Lollis died on 11 September 1951 in Jackson County, Georgia, at age 23.

Martha Frances Bagwell

F, b. 9 February 1926, d. 8 August 2007
     Martha Frances Bagwell was born on 9 February 1926. She was the daughter of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. As of after 1940,her married name was Standridge. Martha Frances Bagwell married A Johnnie Standridge after 1940. As of after 1946,her married name was Worley. Martha Frances Bagwell married George Iras Worley after 1946. Martha Frances Bagwell died on 8 August 2007 in Jackson County, Georgia, at age 81. She was buried at Cabin Creek Cemetery, Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia.

Mary Lou Bagwell

F, b. 1 June 1924, d. 19 August 2005
     Mary Lou Bagwell was born on 1 June 1924 in Jackson County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Howard Tilman Lollis and Bessie Lee Garrison. As of before 1962,her married name was Embrick. Mary Lou Bagwell married (?) Embrick before 1962. Mary Lou Bagwell died on 19 August 2005 in Clarke County, Georgia, at age 81. She was buried at Cabin Creek Cemetery, Nicholson, Jackson County, Georgia.

Fred W. Waginger1

M, b. 1901, d. 4 August 1963
     Fred W. Waginger was born in 1901.1 He married Gladys Audrey Bagwell, daughter of Stuart Mathis Bagwell and Martha E. Baldwin, after 1915.1 Fred W. Waginger died on 4 August 1963.1 He was buried at Calvary Cemetery, Coal Grove, Lawrence County, Ohio.1

Citations

  1. [S3676] Fred W. Waginger Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Sallie Jack Conner

F, b. 17 November 1864, d. 19 August 1943
     Sallie Jack Conner was also known as Sarah J. She was born on 17 November 1864 in Carroll County, Georgia.1 As of 5 June 1894,her married name was Bagwell. She married Ahaz Boggas Bagwell, son of Willis B. Bagwell and Emily Sheats, on 5 June 1894. Sallie Jack Conner died on 19 August 1943 in Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia, at age 78.1 She was buried at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia.1

Child of Sallie Jack Conner and Ahaz Boggas Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S3766] Sarah J. "Sallie" Conner Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Horace Oxford "H.O.' Bagwell

M, b. 9 February 1897, d. 25 October 1981
     Horace Oxford "H.O.' Bagwell was born on 9 February 1897 in Georgia.1 He was the son of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Sallie Jack Conner. Horace Oxford "H.O.' Bagwell married Myrl Hall on 9 December 1927 at Carroll County, Georgia. Horace Oxford "H.O.' Bagwell died on 25 October 1981 in Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia, at age 84.1 He was buried at Melrose Hills Memorial Park, Paulding County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S5740] Horace O Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/152510526

Myrl Hall

F, b. 3 March 1899, d. 2 November 1989
     Myrl Hall was born on 3 March 1899 in Carroll County, Georgia.1 As of 9 December 1927,her married name was Bagwell. She married Horace Oxford "H.O.' Bagwell, son of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Sallie Jack Conner, on 9 December 1927 at Carroll County, Georgia. Myrl Hall died on 2 November 1989 in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia, at age 90.1 She was buried at Melrose Hills Memorial Park, Paulding County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S5741] Myrl H Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/152510559

Essie L. Bagwell

F, b. 1882, d. 16 July 1943
     Essie L. Bagwell was born in 1882 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Lenora Green. As of after 1895,her married name was Embry. Essie L. Bagwell married George Radford Embry after 1895. Essie L. Bagwell died on 16 July 1943 in Fulton County, Georgia.1 She was buried at Hillcrest Cemetery, Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S4811] Essie Bagwell Embry Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

George Radford Embry

M, b. 12 August 1889, d. 17 September 1935
     George Radford Embry was born on 12 August 1889 in Georgia.1 He married Essie L. Bagwell, daughter of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Lenora Green, after 1895. George Radford Embry died on 17 September 1935 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, at age 46.1 He was buried at Hillcrest Cemetery, Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia.1

Citations

  1. [S4812] George Radford Embry Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Samuel Irby Bagwell

M, b. 3 February 1885, d. 15 May 1938
Samuel Irby Bagwell
The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia) - May 16, 1938 - Page 8
     Samuel Irby Bagwell was also known as Irby Bagwell. He was born on 3 February 1885 in Carroll County, Georgia.1 He was the son of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Lenora Green. Samuel Irby Bagwell married Claire Murphy before 1920. Samuel Irby Bagwell died on 15 May 1938 in Fulton County, Georgia, at age 53.1 He was buried on 17 May 1938 at Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.1

Child of Samuel Irby Bagwell and Claire Murphy

Citations

  1. [S5738] S. Irby Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/202248063

Claire Murphy

F, b. 2 October 1887, d. 3 June 1943
     Claire Murphy was born on 2 October 1887 in Georgia.1 As of before 1920,her married name was Bagwell. She married Samuel Irby Bagwell, son of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Lenora Green, before 1920. Claire Murphy died on 3 June 1943 at age 55.1 She was buried at Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.1

Child of Claire Murphy and Samuel Irby Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S5739] Claire M. Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/202248113

Nettie Lou Bagwell

F, b. 3 January 1888, d. April 1977
     Nettie Lou Bagwell was born on 3 January 1888 in Carroll County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Ahaz Boggas Bagwell and Lenora Green. Nettie Lou Bagwell died in April 1977 in Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee, at age 89.

Robert Jones Velvin

M, b. June 1838, d. 1912
     Robert Jones Velvin was born in June 1838 in Georgia. He married Margaret Ann Bagwell, daughter of Willis B. Bagwell and Emily Sheats, on 3 April 1861 at Georgia. Robert Jones Velvin died in 1912 in Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas.

Amanda Melvina "Mel" Bagwell

F, b. 22 April 1844, d. 2 December 1911
     Amanda Melvina "Mel" Bagwell was born on 22 April 1844 in Georgia. She was the daughter of Willis B. Bagwell and Emily Sheats. As of 1872,her married name was Cheves. Amanda Melvina "Mel" Bagwell married William A. Cheves in 1872. Amanda Melvina "Mel" Bagwell died on 2 December 1911 at age 67. She was buried at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Villa Rica, Carroll County, Georgia.

William A. Cheves

M, b. 10 March 1844, d. 29 August 1905
     William A. Cheves was born on 10 March 1844 in Georgia. He married Amanda Melvina "Mel" Bagwell, daughter of Willis B. Bagwell and Emily Sheats, in 1872. William A. Cheves died on 29 August 1905 at age 61.

Euna Mae Wallace

F, b. 5 November 1909, d. 24 December 1987
     Euna Mae Wallace was born on 5 November 1909 in Jackson County, Oklahoma. As of 10 December 1939,her married name was Bagwell. She married Oran Robert Bagwell, son of Robert Theodore Bagwell and Minnie Grant Kelly, on 10 December 1939 at Blair, Jackson County, Oklahoma. Euna Mae Wallace died on 24 December 1987 in Magnum, Greer County, Oklahoma, at age 78. She was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma.

Child of Euna Mae Wallace and Oran Robert Bagwell

Larkin Newby Brantley

M, b. 3 April 1812, d. 15 February 1880
     Larkin Newby Brantley was born on 3 April 1812 in Chatham County, North Carolina. He married Rebecca Bagwell, daughter of John Littleton Bagwell and Rebecca "Sally" McAbee, on 24 December 1833 at Jefferson County, Alabama. Larkin Newby Brantley died on 15 February 1880 in Garland County, Arkansas, at age 67. He was buried at Fourche Loupe Cemetery, Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas.

David Fred Bagwell

M, b. 4 January 1945, d. 25 October 1946
David Fred Bagwell - Obituary
Asheville Citizen-Times, October 27m 1946 - Page 05
     David Fred Bagwell was born on 4 January 1945 in Fletcher, Henderson County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of William Clay Bagwell and Leona S. Singleton. David Fred Bagwell died on 25 October 1946 in Fletcher, Henderson County, North Carolina, at age 1.1 He was buried at Hoopers Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Fletcher, Henderson County, North Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S6816] David Fred Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62649839

Franklin Delano Bagwell

M, b. 16 August 1931, d. 3 January 2014
     Franklin Delano Bagwell was also known as Frank Bagwell. He was born on 16 August 1931 in Buncombe County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of William Clay Bagwell and Leona S. Singleton. Franklin Delano Bagwell married Peggy Wynema Jones in 1955 at Highlands County, North Carolina. Franklin Delano Bagwell died on 3 January 2014 in Lakeland, Polk County, Florida, at age 82 Frank Bagwell, Sr. of Frostproof passed away Friday, January 03, 2014 at the Lakeland Regional Medical Center.

He was born August 16, 1931 in Buncombe County, NC to the late William Clay & Leona Bagwell; and came to Frostproof in 1954 from Fletcher, NC. He was a retired owner of Bagwell Lumber, of the Baptist faith and a veteran of the Korean Conflict, serving in the U.S. Navy. He loved hunting, fishing and working with his cows.

He is preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Charles and Tommy Bagwell; son, Dickie Bagwell. Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Peggy Bagwell; son, Frank Bagwell, Jr. (Judy) of Frostproof; sisters, Billie Jean Pack of Avon Park and Phyllis Marie Clark of Tucker, GA; brother, Robert Bagwell (Mary Ann) of Arden, NC; five grandchildren, Frank Bagwell III, Laci Brooker (Bear), Vikki Ray (Kenny), Crystal Watts (Brandon) and Lori Bagwell; nine great-grandchildren, Lindsey & McKensey Ray, Marlee & Karsyn Brooker, Easton Bagwell, Cogan, Brent & Lilly Watts and Brianna Bagwell.

Visitation will be held from 10:00 am until the funeral service at 11:00 am Monday, January 6, 2014 at the Marion Nelson Funeral Home in Frostproof with Rev. Darrol Hood officiating. Interment will be private at Silver Hill Cemetery.1
He was buried at Silver Hill Cemetery, Frostproof, Polk County, Florida.1

Children of Franklin Delano Bagwell and Peggy Wynema Jones

Citations

  1. [S6812] Franklin Delano “Frank” Bagwell Sr. Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/85592057

Thomas Walter Bagwell

M, b. 27 April 1929, d. 24 February 2003
     Thomas Walter Bagwell was born on 27 April 1929 in Henderson County, North Carolina. He was the son of William Clay Bagwell and Leona S. Singleton. Thomas Walter Bagwell married Lois Mae Wright after 1952. Thomas Walter Bagwell died on 24 February 2003 at age 73. He was buried at Lakeview Memorial Gardens, Avon Park, Highlands County, Florida.

Children of Thomas Walter Bagwell and Lois Mae Wright

William Charles Bagwell

M, b. 12 October 1926, d. 25 April 2011
William Charles Bagwell
Notice of Seperation from US Naval Service - June 24, 1946
     William Charles Bagwell was born on 12 October 1926 in Henderson County, North Carolina. He was the son of William Clay Bagwell and Leona S. Singleton. William Charles Bagwell married Sarah Estella Roberts before 1954. William Charles Bagwell died on 25 April 2011 in Fletcher, Henderson County, North Carolina, at age 84


William Charles Bagwell, 84, of Fletcher, went to be with the Lord on April 25, 2011.

Charles was born in Henderson County on Oct. 12, 1926, the son of William Clay and Leona Singleton Bagwell. He attended Wofford and Western Carolina University. He then served in WW II as a Navy Seal on a Submarine. He did Crop Dusting thereafter and later he ran the Bagwell Lumber Company as President until he retired. He was preceded in death by his wife Sarah Bagwell Oct.25, 2006, a daughter Sandy Bagwell and a grand daughter Amie Bagwell Barnes.

Surviving is a son Jeff Bagwell of Pickens, SC; two daughters, Pat Bagwell Youngblood of Fletcher and Carol Bagwell of Hendersonville; six grandchildren; and eleven great grandchildren; three sisters
and two brothers.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2 pm on Saturday April 30, 2011 at Oak Forest Baptist Church.


He was cremated.

Children of William Charles Bagwell and Sarah Estella Roberts

Richard Dickie Bagwell

M, b. 1957, d. 2000
     Richard Dickie Bagwell was born in 1957.1 He was the son of Franklin Delano Bagwell and Peggy Wynema Jones. Richard Dickie Bagwell died in 2000.1 He was buried at Silver Hill Cemetery, Frostproof, Polk County, Florida.1

Citations

  1. [S6815] Richard Dickie Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/29750090

William Alvin Bagwell

M, b. 23 September 1941, d. 1 April 2005
     William Alvin Bagwell was born on 23 September 1941 in Honea Path, Abbeville County, South Carolina. He was the son of William Furman Bagwell and Alva V. Campbell. William Alvin Bagwell married Catherine Joanne Carter in December 1963 at Hamilton County, Florida. William Alvin Bagwell married Callie Agnes Patterson before 1974. William Alvin Bagwell and Callie Agnes Patterson were divorced on 18 December 1981 at Polk County, Florida. William Alvin Bagwell married Wanda Sue McKenney on 23 December 1981 at Polk County, Florida. William Alvin Bagwell died on 1 April 2005 in Bartow, Polk County, Florida, at age 63. He was buried at Wildwood Cemetery, Bartow, Polk County, Florida.

Child of William Alvin Bagwell and Callie Agnes Patterson

Wanda Sue McKenney

F
     Wanda Sue McKenney married William Alvin Bagwell, son of William Furman Bagwell and Alva V. Campbell, on 23 December 1981 at Polk County, Florida.

Forrest Eugene Bagwell

M, b. 27 September 1928, d. 19 July 2000
     Forrest Eugene Bagwell was born on 27 September 1928 in Georgia. He was the son of Forrest Buren Bagwell and Nellie Mae Hayes. Forrest Eugene Bagwell married Betty Julia Parker on 19 August 1995. Forrest Eugene Bagwell died on 19 July 2000 in Covington, Newton County, Georgia, at age 71. He was buried at Lawnwood Memorial Park, Covington, Newton County, Georgia.