Saturday, October 13, 2018

Book Of The Week: Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America


Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America:
From the Middle of the Seventeenth Century 
Down to the Present Time, 
Volume 1


William Terrell Lewis
Courier-journal job printing Company, 1893 - Doyle Collection - 454 pages

"Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of John Lewis. He was born in Donegal County, Ireland 1678 to Andrew Lewis and Mary Calhoun. He married Margaret Lynn. He died in Virginia 1 Feb 1762. They were the parents of seven children."





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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Adam David Hagerman {Gen 4}



It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Adam David Hagerman (Eliza Marie, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Labette Co, Kansas, October 4th 1871, to parents Eliza Marie Faulkner and Jacob Hagerman.

Adam David married Alta A Chavers (1880-1949) on July 10th 1895 in Hudson, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, Kansas.

The couple had eight children:

  • James Luther Hagerman b. 11 Feb 1897 d. 13 Jun 1966 never married
  • John Wesley Hagerman b. 30 Aug 1898 d. 9 Apr 1947 m. Anna D Cleveland
  • Paul Ocie Hagerman b. 27 Sep 1902 d. 20 Jan 1969 m. May A Dierking
  • Elmore Harvey Hagerman b. 9 Aug 1905 d. 31 Oct 1977 m. Mary S Armstrong
  • Julie Mae Hagerman b. 3 Mar 1907 d. 31 Mar 1968 m. Jesse E Harvey
  • Margaret Sue Hagerman b. 16 Oct 1912 d. 16 Oct 1912
  • Addie Faye Hagerman b. 12 Jul 1914 d. 27 Jul 1971 m. Laurrant J Rollins
  • Clara Elva Maxine Hagerman b. 18 Sep 1921 d. 1 May 1977 m. Clinton L Lanham

Adam was a general farmer in what began as the Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, then Oklahoma Territory and finally Woodward County, Oklahoma. He remained actively farming up to 1940 as documented on that year's census, the last US Census available to date.

Alta Chavers Hagerman was a farmers wife. She passed away on March 4th 1949 at the young age of 68. Alta is buried in Grace Hill Cemetery in Perry, Noble Co, Oklahoma.

Adam David Hagerman followed his wife 5 years later on March 2nd 1954. He was 83 years old. Adam is buried along side his wife in Grace Hill Cemetery in Perry, Noble Co, Oklahoma.


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Saturday, October 6, 2018

Book Of The Week: History of Nicollet and LeSueur Counties, Minnesota


History of Nicollet and LeSueur Counties, Minnesota:
Their People, Industries, and Institutions : 
with Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens 
and Genealogical Records of Many 
of the Old Families, 
Volume 2

William G. Gresham


B.F. Bowen, 1916 - Le Sueur County (Minn.)




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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Julie Ann Hagerman {Gen 4}


It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Julie Ann Hagerman (Eliza Marie, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Springfield, Greene Co, Missouri, October 20th 1869, to parents Eliza Marie Faulkner and Jacob Hagerman.

Julie Ann married Charles S Barnett (1866-1944) on December 21st 1892 in Labette Co., Kansas.

The couple had four children:

  • Charles Augustus Barnett b. 19 Dec 1894 d. 1959 m. Eva Belle Allison
  • UFN Barnett b. UNK d. UNK
  • Mabel Barnett b. 16 Aug 1898 d. 1991 m. Guylio Miller no issue
  • Bessie Barnett b. 16 Apr 1900 d. 1 Aug 1972 m. Ferman R Griffin

Julie Ann was born in Missouri while her family was en route to Kansas. She may have met her husband through her brother-in-law George Wood, her sister Ursilla's husband, as he was a boarder and farm hand in the household of Charles Barnett's family. 

Julie Ann and Charles traveled West to California, presumably with sister Ursilla and her husband George, as their first child was born in Ventura, California, the same year and city as Ursilla's first child.

Whatever the reason for the journey West, by 1898 the couple was back in Kansas, where their last two daughters were born. To date it is unclear as to the identity or birth/death year of the fourth child, only that Julie Ann declares she is the mother of four children (3 living) on the 1910 US Census.

Husband Charles was a carpenter by trade, employed by various factories. 

The family moved to Madison Co, Illinois around 1910 and there they remained.

Julie Ann Hagerman Barnett died March 2nd 1936 and is buried in St John's Cemetery in Granite City, Madison Co, Illinois. She was 66 years old.

Charles Sampson Barnett died in St Louis, MO on Aug 18th 1944 and is buried alongside his wife in St John's Cemetery. Charles was 77 years old.



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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Book Of The Week: History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota:


History of Otter Tail County, Minnesota:
Its People, Industries, and Institutions : 
with Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens 
and Genealogical Records of Many of the 
Old Families, 
Volume 1

John Wintermute Mason


B.F. Bowen, 1916 - Otter Tail County (Minn.)



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