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Magdalena "Molly" Mull

F, #551, b. 27 January 1782, d. 1853

Family: John Wilfong D. Whitener (b. 1784, d. between October 1855 and December 1855)

DaughterElizabeth Whitener+ (b. about 1803, d. about 1865)

Biography

Magdalena "Molly" Mull was born on 27 January 1782. She died in 1853 at age ~71 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.
Magdalena "Molly" Mull was a witness.1 As of about 1803, Magdalena "Molly" Mull was also known as Magdalena "Molly" Whitener.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Wilfong D. Whitener and Magdalena "Molly" MullAbout 1803Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S24] Anne W. McAllister, Through Four Generations: Heinrich Weidner 1717-1792 and Catharina Mull Weidner 1733-1804 (Patterson, NC: Staley Publishing, 1992), Pages 91-102.

Andrew Naugle

M, #552, b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882

Parents

FatherGeorge Nagel (b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824)
MotherCatherine Setzer (b. about 1775, d. about 1855)

Family: Esther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

DaughterElizabeth Ann Naugle+ (b. 22 November 1841, d. 6 February 1872)
SonWilliam H. Naugle (b. about 1846, d. before 1860)
SonHilliard Hunter Naugle+ (b. 25 October 1846, d. 9 July 1916)
SonWilliam T. Naugle+ (b. 5 January 1849, d. 24 December 1877)
SonFred Bogan Naugle+ (b. 13 December 1850, d. 11 March 1886)
SonJefferson Boswell Naugle+ (b. 5 January 1853, d. 7 February 1930)
DaughterSarah "Sallie" Naugle+ (b. 1 February 1856, d. 15 January 1935)
1850 Federal Census_001-David Huffman

Biography

Andrew Naugle was born on 28 April 1814 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 He died on 8 October 1882 at age 68 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1 He was buried at Leake CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1,2
Andrew Naugle appeared on the census of in June 1830 in the household of David Henry Huffman and Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 Andrew Naugle gave power of attorney to his mother, Catherine Naugle, on 11 November 1845 for Andrew's 1/9 share of the George Naugle Estate land.4,5 He and Esther Ann Bogan lived in Kemper, Mississippi, United StatesG, on 11 November 1845. He witnessed the land sale of Catherine Setzer on 2 November 1847 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG, his 1/9 interest in the George Naugle land.6 He appeared on the land tax roll in 1848 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.7 He appeared on the land tax roll in 1851 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.8 He was a member of Soule Chapel Methodist Church in 1858 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.9 He witnessed the property of William J. Naugle on 5 July 1860 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG, 320 acres in 1860 Agricultural Census.10 Andrew Naugle owned 320 Acres in the 1860 Agricultural Census on 19 July 1860 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.11 He was named guardian of the minor children of William Naugle in 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG, .12 He was New Tag in 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.13 He was named estate administrator William Naugle's Estate on 2 February 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG, .14 He's hands were assigned road duty on 5 December 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.15 He had his land sold for taxes in the 1870's in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG, .16

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Andrew Naugle and Esther Ann BoganAbout 1841South CarolinaG
Hilliard Hunter Naugle and Clara Bell Seal1 April 1868Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG17

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+18
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG19
21 June 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG20,21
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG22
27 July 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG23
24 June 1880Lee, Mississippi, United StatesG24
Last Edited26 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S152] CCH&GS, "Cemetery Records", Chickasaw Times Past V4 (Jan.-March 1987): p. 26. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Cemeteries 6."
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 4, Leake
  3. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 253, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 13 Jun 2008.)
  4. [S27] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 2, p. 93.
  5. [S31] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarters: March 1843 - January 1850 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1987), p. 129. Hereinafter cited as Catawba P & Q 1843-1850.
  6. [S28] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 3, p. 359.
  7. [S167] CCH&GS, "1848 Chickasaw County Land Roll", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 66. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw 1848 Land Roll."
  8. [S168] CCH&GS, "1851-2 Chickasaw County Land Roll", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 167. SW 1/4 34-14-5e. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw 1851-2 Land Roll."
  9. [S159] Imogene Springer, "Reverend Lowry's Manuscripts--Soule Chapel", Chickasaw Times Past IX1 (Apr.-June 1990): p. 18. Andrew Noggle, C Std. Hereinafter cited as "Soule Chapel Records."
  10. [S161] Shirley Mathis, "1860 Chickasaw County Agricultural Census", Chickasaw Times Past XI1 (Apr.-June 1992): p. 32. W Nogles. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Ag Census 1860."
  11. [S161] Shirley Mathis, "Chickasaw Ag Census 1860", p. 32. Andrew Nogles.
  12. [S169] CCH&GS, "Chickasaw Index to Probate Docket--1853-1870", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 174. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Probate Docket Index--1853-1870."
  13. [S171] Shirley Mathis, "1861-1864 Land Assessment Roll of Chickasaw County", Chickasaw Times Past XI4 (Jan.-March 1993): pp. 161-62. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Land Roll 1861-1864."
  14. [S36] , Chickasaw Times Past (), Volume 15, No. 2 (July-Sept 1996), p. 24.
  15. [S170] CCH&GS, "Chickasaw Board of Police Records: May 1863-Sept. 1865", Chickasaw Times Past XVI4 (Jan.-March 1998): p. 9. Minutes of the Board of Police for December 5, 1864. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Police Records."
  16. [S36] , , "Old Attic Records," in Volume XX, No. 4 (April-June 2002), p. 34. Box 30, p. 343, Folder No. 83.
  17. [S33] Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, compiler, Marriage Records, Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Volume I: 1858 To 1900 Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 28. Original source: County Marriage Book One, p. 299. Andrew Naugle on Bond. Married by A.J. Seal (MG). Hereinafter cited as Chickasaw, MS Marriage Records.
  18. [S1847] 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,East of the South Fork of the Catawba River, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  19. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 539/539, Andrew Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  20. [S163] Shirley Mathis, "1860 Chickasaw County Slave Schedule", Chickasaw Times Past XI2 (July-Sept. 1992): p.75. Hereinafter cited as "1860 Chickasaw Slave Schedule."
  21. [S1857] 1860 US Slave Census, slave schedule,Division 1, Chickasaw, Mississippi, p. pp. 27-28, Andrew Naughs; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 5 Sep 2010.)
  22. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  23. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,2nd Sub of Northern Division, p. p. 57/68, dwelling/family 408/410, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  24. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Lee County, Mississippi, population schedule,4th, enumeration district 91, p. p. 37/A146, dwelling/family 337/339, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Oct 2006.)

William J. Naugle

M, #553, b. 16 December 1807, d. 24 July 1863

Parents

FatherGeorge Nagel (b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824)
MotherCatherine Setzer (b. about 1775, d. about 1855)

Family 1: Mary Ann Bogan (b. 22 October 1818, d. 28 March 1855)

SonWilliam Bogan Naugle+ (b. 3 November 1842, d. 7 February 1918)
SonJames O. Naugle+ (b. about 1844, d. 10 January 1883)
DaughterElizabeth Catherine Naugle+ (b. 30 December 1846, d. 17 June 1923)
DaughterMary J. Naugle+ (b. 7 October 1848, d. 20 August 1912)
DaughterTabitha Caroline Naugle+ (b. 25 November 1851, d. 8 January 1905)
DaughterMartha Lee Anna ("Dianna") Naugle (b. 14 December 1852, d. 3 July 1943)
DaughterH. E. Naugle (b. 6 February 1855, d. 27 May 1855)

Family 2: Sarah A. Mitchell (b. 1830, d. 31 October 1881)

DaughterElizabeth E. Naugle+ (b. 19 December 1861, d. 11 November 1936)
SonJohn William Naugle+ (b. June 1863, d. 27 November 1911)
1850 Federal Census_001-David Huffman

Biography

William J. Naugle was a farmer & plantation overseer.
William J. Naugle was born on 16 December 1807 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died on 24 July 1863 at age 55 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1 He was most likely buried at Soul Chapel CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.
William J. Naugle. William Naugle and his brother, Andrew, left Lincoln County, NC in the early to mid-1830’s. They moved to the York-Union districts area of South Carolina. They were probably also accompanied by their brother, John S. Naugle.

William and Andrew married c1841 sisters, Mary Ann and Esther Ann Bogan, the daughters of Isaac Bogan of Union District, SC. By 1842, both brothers has moved to Sumter County, Alabama. By 1845, both brothers had moved to Kemper County, Mississippi. By 1847, both brothers had moved to Chickasaw County, Mississippi.
He gave power of attorney to his mother, Catherine Naugle, on 11 November 1845 to sell William's share of the George Naugle Estate land.2,3 He and Mary Ann Bogan lived in Kemper, Mississippi, United StatesG, on 11 November 1845. He witnessed the land sale of Catherine Setzer on 2 November 1847 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG, his 1/9 interest in the George Naugle land.4 He was on the tax roll in 1848 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.5 He was on the tax roll in 1851 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.6 He was a member of Soule Chapel Methodist Church in 1858 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. member of Soule Chapel Methodist Church.7 He was named in a law suit for $400 debt owed, with Levi Lawson, to the George Bowan Estate in 1859 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.8 He owned 320 acres in 1860 Agricultural Census on 5 July 1860 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.9 He's property was on the tax roll in 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.10 He witnessed the estate adm of Andrew Naugle on 2 February 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG, William Naugle's Estate.1 William J. Naugle's hands were assigned road duty on 5 December 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.11

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William J. Naugle and Mary Ann BoganAbout 1841South CarolinaG
He and Sarah A. MitchellAbout 1857Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+12
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG13
30 June 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG14
5 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG15,16
Last Edited26 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S36] , Chickasaw Times Past (), Volume 15, No. 2 (July-Sept 1996), p. 24.
  2. [S27] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 2, p. 94.
  3. [S31] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarters: March 1843 - January 1850 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1987), pp. 129-30. Hereinafter cited as Catawba P & Q 1843-1850.
  4. [S28] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 3, p. 359.
  5. [S167] CCH&GS, "1848 Chickasaw County Land Roll", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 167. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw 1848 Land Roll."
  6. [S168] CCH&GS, "1851-2 Chickasaw County Land Roll", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 167. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw 1851-2 Land Roll."
  7. [S159] Imogene Springer, "Reverend Lowry's Manuscripts--Soule Chapel", Chickasaw Times Past IX1 (Apr.-June 1990): p. 18. William Noggle. Hereinafter cited as "Soule Chapel Records."
  8. [S36] , , Volume 17, No. 3 (Jan-March) 1999, p. 14., Old Attic Records. Box 10 4943 (4744 .
  9. [S161] Shirley Mathis, "1860 Chickasaw County Agricultural Census", Chickasaw Times Past XI1 (Apr.-June 1992): p. 32. W Nogles. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Ag Census 1860."
  10. [S171] Shirley Mathis, "1861-1864 Land Assessment Roll of Chickasaw County", Chickasaw Times Past XI4 (Jan.-March 1993): p. 173. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Land Roll 1861-1864."
  11. [S170] CCH&GS, "Chickasaw Board of Police Records: May 1863-Sept. 1865", Chickasaw Times Past XVI4 (Jan.-March 1998): p. 13. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Police Records."
  12. [S1847] 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,East of the South Fork of the Catawba River, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  13. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 538/538, William Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  14. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 40, dwelling/family 540/539, W. Nogles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  15. [S163] Shirley Mathis, "1860 Chickasaw County Slave Schedule", Chickasaw Times Past XI2 (July-Sept. 1992): p. 75. Hereinafter cited as "1860 Chickasaw Slave Schedule."
  16. [S1857] 1860 US Slave Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, slave schedule,Division 1, p. p. 31/347, Wm Nogles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Sep 2010.)

John S. Naugle

M, #554, b. about 1812, d. August 1862

Parents

FatherGeorge Nagel (b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824)
MotherCatherine Setzer (b. about 1775, d. about 1855)

Family: Jane D. Powell (b. 4 July 1809, d. 3 November 1846)

SonJohn Lafayette Naugle (b. 1844)
SonGeorge WD Naugle (b. 5 June 1845, d. 26 August 1934)
1860 Federal Census-John S. Naugle

Biography

John S. Naugle was a farmer, gold prospector, and general store owner.
John S. Naugle was born about 1812 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died in August 1862 in Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG.1
John S. Naugle appeared on the census of in June 1830 in the household of David Henry Huffman and Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2 John S. Naugle purchased a saddle for $4.00 at the estate sale of his brother, David Naugle, on 30 April 1831 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, .3 He immigrated about 1836 to York, South Carolina, United StatesG. John S. Naugle left Lincoln County, NC (probably with his brothers, William and Andrew) in the early to mid-1830’s. He was served with a district court petition on 31 January 1844 in York, South Carolina, United StatesG.4 He sold his 18A portion of the land inherited from his father, George Naugle in November 1847 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.5 He named administrator(s) for the estate of on 1 September 1862 in Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG.6 He was estate sal on 9 September 1862 in Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG.7 He conducted the estate sale of on 20 October 1862 in Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG, .8 He was estate set on 23 July 1867 in Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG.9,10

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John S. Naugle and Jane D. Powell1843York, South Carolina, United StatesG11

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+12
6 September 1860Sumterville, Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG13
6 September 1860Sumter, Alabama, United StatesG14
Last Edited16 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S1424] John S. Naugle, Probate Court Minutes of Sumter County, Alabama, Volume 10 (1861-1864), pp. 453. Hereinafter cited as Sumter Probate Court Minutes.
  2. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 253, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 13 Jun 2008.)
  3. [S44] David Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives, Estate of David Naugle. Hereinafter cited as David Naugle Estate Papers.
  4. [S1365] Cynthia Naomi Powell v. Jane D. Powell, File #2176., Case #50: J.M Hope, Administrator of the Estate of C.N. Powell (and brother-in-law to the sisters), petitioned the court on 31 January 1844 to review the final guardian settlement by Jane D. Powell. Ordinary Benjamin Chambers ruled in favor of the Guardian at which point Hope filed an appeal. After taking evidentiary testimony, Chambers determined: that the total value of the C.N. Powell Estate was $71.36 (rather than $68.90 claimed by Guardian); that $43.71 would be due Administrator Hope; that $27.65 be retained by John and Jane Naugle (esentialy two inherited shares of the estate); and that the Naugles would pay court costs.
  5. [S28] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 3, p. 540, 10 November 1847.
  6. [S1424] Sumter Probate Court Minutes, Volume 10 (1861-1864), p. 453. R. H. Whitfield appointed administrator for the Estate of John S. Naugle, decd.
  7. [S1423] John S. Naugle, Orpahans Court Records of Sumter County, Alabama, Volume 20 (1860-1862), pp. 209-10. Inventory of Goods and Chattels of John S. Naugle, decd. Hereinafter cited as Sumter Orphan Court Records.
  8. [S1423] Sumter Orphan Court Records, Recorded 15 December 1862. Volume 20 (1860-1862), pp. 450-452. Sale of personal property of the Estate of John S. Naugle, decd.
  9. [S1424] Sumter Probate Court Minutes, Volume 12A (1867-1871), pp. 143-145.
  10. [S1423] Sumter Orphan Court Records, Volume 24 (1867-1871), pp. 443-44.
  11. [S1365] Cynthia Naomi Powell v. Jane D. Powell, File #2176., Case #50.
  12. [S1847] 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,East of the South Fork of the Catawba River, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  13. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Sumter County, Alabama, population schedule,Northern Division, p. p. 37/603, dwelling/family 290/290, John S. Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Oct 2006.)
  14. [S1857] 1860 US Slave Census, slave schedule,Northern Division, Sumter, Alabama, p. pp. 98-99 (201-02), John S. Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 5 Sep 2010.)

Susannah Fry

F, #555

Parents

Biography

Susannah Fry was also known as Susannah Killian, -(Fry.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Killian, Jr. and Susannah Fry
Last Edited29 September 2014

Elizabeth Fulbright

F, #556, b. about 1740, d. after 1805

Parents

Family 2: John Killian (b. about 1725, d. about 1795)

DaughterFemale Killian
SonJacob Killian, Sr. (b. 8 April 1760, d. 9 September 1830)
DaughterMarellis Killian (b. about 1762, d. after 1819)
SonJohn Killian, Jr. (b. about 1764, d. before 1820)
DaughterMary Killian+ (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)
SonPhilip Killian (b. about 1770, d. about 1815)
SonAbraham Killian (b. about 1770)
DaughterSarah Killian (b. about 1773)

Biography

Elizabeth Fulbright was born about 1740. She died after 1805 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.
As of about 1757, Elizabeth Fulbright was also known as Elizabeth Zimmerman, -(Fulbright.) As of about 1759, Elizabeth Fulbright was also known as Elizabeth Killian, -(Fulbright.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Michael Zimmerman and Elizabeth FulbrightAbout 1757
John Killian and sheAbout 1759Anson, North CarolinaG
Last Edited29 September 2014

Martin Settlemire

M, #557, b. 9 November 1776, d. 1819

Family: Mary Killian (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)

DaughterMary A. ("Polly") Settlemire+ (b. 25 December 1802, d. 31 May 1875)
DaughterElizabeth Settlemyre (b. 1806)
SonHenry Settlemyre (b. 13 February 1808, d. 9 June 1890)
SonGeorge P. Settlemyre (b. 22 December 1809, d. 21 October 1897)
SonPaul Anthony Settlemyre (b. 24 June 1812, d. 31 July 1896)

Biography

Martin Settlemire was born on 9 November 1776 in Berks, PennsylvaniaG.1 He died in 1819 at age ~43 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1
Martin Settlemire and Mary Killian appeared in the census in 1810 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Martin Settlemire and Mary Killian1801Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S130] Lorena S. Eaker, compiler, German Speaking People West of the Catawba River In North Carolina 1750-1800 And Some Emigres Participation In the Early Settlement of Southeast Missouri (Franklin, North Carolina 28734: Genealogy Publishing Service, 1994), p. 383. Hereinafter cited as German Speaking People.
  2. [S1846] 1810 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S130] Lorena S. Eaker, German Speaking People, p. 259.

William Elias Lutz

M, #558, b. 14 June 1798, d. 24 November 1864

Family: Elizabeth Miller (b. 23 January 1804, d. 12 September 1902)

SonLaben S. Lutz+ (b. 18 June 1822, d. 27 June 1899)
DaughterMalinda S. ("Linda") Lutz (b. 13 February 1825, d. 9 January 1884)
SonMiles C. Lutz (b. about 1829)
DaughterNancy Amaline Lutz+ (b. 18 March 1830, d. 25 December 1917)
SonJohn Basilides Lutz+ (b. 15 June 1835, d. 17 February 1914)

Biography

William Elias Lutz was born on 14 June 1798 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died on 24 November 1864 at age 66 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG. He was buried in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William Elias Lutz and Elizabeth Miller10 October 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
June 1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+2
June 1840Upper Regiment, Lincoln, North CarolinaG3
14 October 1850Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG4
27 July 1860Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG5
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S29] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1991, Volume VIII, p. 85, Aged 66y 5m 10d. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  2. [S1848] 1830 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1849] 1840 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Elizabeth Miller

F, #559, b. 23 January 1804, d. 12 September 1902

Parents

Family: William Elias Lutz (b. 14 June 1798, d. 24 November 1864)

SonLaben S. Lutz+ (b. 18 June 1822, d. 27 June 1899)
DaughterMalinda S. ("Linda") Lutz (b. 13 February 1825, d. 9 January 1884)
SonMiles C. Lutz (b. about 1829)
DaughterNancy Amaline Lutz+ (b. 18 March 1830, d. 25 December 1917)
SonJohn Basilides Lutz+ (b. 15 June 1835, d. 17 February 1914)

Biography

Elizabeth Miller was born on 23 January 1804 in North CarolinaG. She died on 12 September 1902 at age 98 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG. She was buried in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1
As of 10 October 1820, Elizabeth Miller was also known as Elizabeth Lutz.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William Elias Lutz and Elizabeth Miller10 October 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
June 1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+2
June 1840Upper Regiment, Lincoln, North CarolinaG3
14 October 1850Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG4
27 July 1860Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG5
24 June 1870Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG6
11 June 1880Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG7
4 June 1900Newton Township, Catawba, North CarolinaG8
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S29] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1991, Volume VIII, p. 92, Aged 98y 7m 19d. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  2. [S1848] 1830 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1849] 1840 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

John Sigman

M, #560

Parents

Family: Catherine Trefenstredt

SonJohn Elcanah ("Caney") Sigman+ (b. about 1832, d. 11 November 1862)

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Sigman and Catherine Trefenstredt
Last Edited29 September 2014

Catherine Trefenstredt

F, #561

Family: John Sigman

SonJohn Elcanah ("Caney") Sigman+ (b. about 1832, d. 11 November 1862)

Biography

Catherine Trefenstredt was also known as Catherine Sigman, -(Trefenstredt.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Sigman and Catherine Trefenstredt
Last Edited29 September 2014

George Sigman

M, #562

Parents

Family: Rachel Sigman

SonJohn Sigman+
SonGeorge Philip Sigman

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George Sigman and Rachel Sigman
Last Edited29 September 2014

Rachel Sigman

F, #563

Family: George Sigman

SonJohn Sigman+
SonGeorge Philip Sigman

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George Sigman and Rachel Sigman
Last Edited29 September 2014

Bernhardt Siegman

M, #564

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Bernhardt Siegman and Anna Clara Bisbing
Last Edited29 September 2014

Anna Clara Bisbing

F, #565

Biography

Anna Clara Bisbing was also known as Anna Clara Siegman, -(Bisbing.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Bernhardt Siegman and Anna Clara Bisbing
Last Edited29 September 2014

Esther Ann Bogan

F, #567, b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880

Parents

FatherIsaac Bogan, II (b. about 1794, d. after 27 July 1870)

Family: Andrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)

DaughterElizabeth Ann Naugle+ (b. 22 November 1841, d. 6 February 1872)
SonWilliam H. Naugle (b. about 1846, d. before 1860)
SonHilliard Hunter Naugle+ (b. 25 October 1846, d. 9 July 1916)
SonWilliam T. Naugle+ (b. 5 January 1849, d. 24 December 1877)
SonFred Bogan Naugle+ (b. 13 December 1850, d. 11 March 1886)
SonJefferson Boswell Naugle+ (b. 5 January 1853, d. 7 February 1930)
DaughterSarah "Sallie" Naugle+ (b. 1 February 1856, d. 15 January 1935)

Biography

Esther Ann Bogan was born on 5 December 1815 in South CarolinaG.1 She died on 29 August 1880 at age 64 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.2,1 She was buried at Leake CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1
Esther Ann Bogan. Esther Ann Bogan may have been born in Union County, South Carolina. Union County is, at least, the family home location of both her grandfather and great grandfather.
Esther was the sister of Mary A. Bogan, the first wife of Andrew's brother, William.
Esther's and Mary's father, Isaac Bogan lived with Esther and Andrew for at least twenty years. He appears on their census records for 1850, 1860, & 1870 (at which time he is 80 years old). He does not appear with them on the 1880 census.
As of about 1841, Esther Ann Bogan was also known as Esther Ann Naugle, -(Bogan.) Andrew Naugle and she lived in Kemper, Mississippi, United StatesG, on 11 November 1845. She was New Tag in 1858 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. member of Soule Chapel Methodist Church.3

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Andrew Naugle and Esther Ann BoganAbout 1841South CarolinaG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG4
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG5
27 July 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG6
24 June 1880Lee, Mississippi, United StatesG7
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S152] CCH&GS, "Cemetery Records", Chickasaw Times Past V4 (Jan.-March 1987): p. 26. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Cemeteries 6."
  2. [S50] , Tombstone Inscription (.)
  3. [S159] Imogene Springer, "Reverend Lowry's Manuscripts--Soule Chapel", Chickasaw Times Past IX1 (Apr.-June 1990): p. 18. Easter A. Noggle. Hereinafter cited as "Soule Chapel Records."
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 539/539, Andrew Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  6. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,2nd Sub of Northern Division, p. p. 57/68, dwelling/family 408/410, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  7. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Lee County, Mississippi, population schedule,4th, enumeration district 91, p. p. 37/A146, dwelling/family 337/339, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Oct 2006.)

Mary Ann Bogan

F, #568, b. 22 October 1818, d. 28 March 1855

Parents

FatherIsaac Bogan, II (b. about 1794, d. after 27 July 1870)

Family: William J. Naugle (b. 16 December 1807, d. 24 July 1863)

SonWilliam Bogan Naugle+ (b. 3 November 1842, d. 7 February 1918)
SonJames O. Naugle+ (b. about 1844, d. 10 January 1883)
DaughterElizabeth Catherine Naugle+ (b. 30 December 1846, d. 17 June 1923)
DaughterMary J. Naugle+ (b. 7 October 1848, d. 20 August 1912)
DaughterTabitha Caroline Naugle+ (b. 25 November 1851, d. 8 January 1905)
DaughterMartha Lee Anna ("Dianna") Naugle (b. 14 December 1852, d. 3 July 1943)
DaughterH. E. Naugle (b. 6 February 1855, d. 27 May 1855)

Biography

Mary Ann Bogan was born on 22 October 1818 in South CarolinaG. She died on 28 March 1855 at age 36 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. She was buried at Soul Chapel CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.
Mary Ann Bogan. Sister to Esther Bogan Naugle, wife of Andrew Naugle As of about 1841, Mary Ann Bogan was also known as Mary Ann Naugle, -(Bogan.) William J. Naugle and she lived in Kemper, Mississippi, United StatesG, on 11 November 1845. She was a member Soule Chapel Methodist Church in 1854 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William J. Naugle and Mary Ann BoganAbout 1841South CarolinaG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG2
Last Edited17 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S159] Imogene Springer, "Reverend Lowry's Manuscripts--Soule Chapel", Chickasaw Times Past IX1 (Apr.-June 1990): p. 18. Mary Naugle. Hereinafter cited as "Soule Chapel Records."
  2. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 538/538, William Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)

William T. Naugle

M, #569, b. 5 January 1849, d. 24 December 1877

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: Mattie S. Smith (b. about 1849)

DaughterMary Eliza Naugle (b. about 1875)

Biography

William T. Naugle was born on 5 January 1849 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1 He died on 24 December 1877 at age 28 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. Drowned Chuquatonchee Creek; thrown from horse.1 He was buried at Leake CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1
William T. Naugle was New Tag on 9 August 1877 in Neal Precinct, Chickasaw, MississippiG.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William T. Naugle and Mattie S. Smith14 February 1871Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG4
27 July 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG5
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S152] CCH&GS, "Cemetery Records", Chickasaw Times Past V4 (Jan.-March 1987): p. 26. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Cemeteries 6."
  2. [S156] CCH&GS, "Chickasaw Voters--Neal Precinct, 1877", Chickasaw Times Past VI4 (Jan.-March 1988): p. 166. W. T. Naugle. 14-T13-R4. (Dead). Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Voters--Neal Precinct."
  3. [S33] Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, compiler, Marriage Records, Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Volume I: 1858 To 1900 Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 28. Original source: County Marriage Book Three, p. 104. J.A. Lagrone on Bond. Married by A.C. Allen, Elder M.E.C.S. Hereinafter cited as Chickasaw, MS Marriage Records.
  4. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  5. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,2nd Sub of Northern Division, p. p. 57/68, dwelling/family 408/410, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)

Mattie S. Smith

F, #570, b. about 1849

Family: William T. Naugle (b. 5 January 1849, d. 24 December 1877)

DaughterMary Eliza Naugle (b. about 1875)

Biography

Mattie S. Smith was born about 1849 in MississippiG.
As of 14 February 1871, Mattie S. Smith was also known as Mattie S. Naugle.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William T. Naugle and Mattie S. Smith14 February 1871Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG1

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
12 June 1880Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG2
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S33] Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, compiler, Marriage Records, Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Volume I: 1858 To 1900 Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 28. Original source: County Marriage Book Three, p. 104. J.A. Lagrone on Bond. Married by A.C. Allen, Elder M.E.C.S. Hereinafter cited as Chickasaw, MS Marriage Records.
  2. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Jefferson Boswell Naugle

M, #571, b. 5 January 1853, d. 7 February 1930

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: Florence E. Battle (b. 21 June 1854, d. 7 October 1917)

SonAndrew Kincannon Naugle, Sr.+ (b. 25 December 1878, d. 29 October 1944)
DaughterEsther Naugle (b. February 1881)
DaughterSallie M. Naugle (b. August 1883)
DaughterFlorence Eunice Naugle (b. November 1885)
DaughterLillia Bell Naugle (b. 3 December 1888, d. 28 February 1897)
SonWilliam Taylor Naugle (b. 10 December 1892, d. 20 September 1962)
SonJefferson Boswell Naugle, Jr. (b. 27 February 1895, d. 18 September 1896)
DaughterClara Naugle (b. September 1898)
DaughterInez Naugle (b. about 1901)
Tombstone-Jefferson B. Naugle

Biography

Jefferson Boswell Naugle was born on 5 January 1853 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1 He died on 7 February 1930 at age 77 in Clay, Mississippi, United States.1 He was buried at Mixon CemeteryG+, in Clay, Mississippi, United States.1,2
Jefferson Boswell Naugle owned in 1886 at Burglary Law Suit.3 He owned in 1889 at Tax Law Suit.4 He signed a will on 18 October 1929 in Clay, Mississippi, United States.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jefferson Boswell Naugle and Florence E. Battle7 March 1878Lee, Mississippi, United StatesG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG5
27 July 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG6
24 June 1880Lee, Mississippi, United StatesG7
7 August 1900Clay, Mississippi, United States8
23 January 1910Clay, Mississippi, United States9
6 February 1920Clay, Mississippi, United States10
Last Edited17 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S165] CCH&GS, "Cemetery Records", Chickasaw Times Past X1 (Apr.-June 1991): p. 3. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Cemeteries 11."
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 7, Mixon
  3. [S36] , Chickasaw Times Past (), Vol. 19, No. 3 (Jan.-March, 2001), p. 36., 1538. (1267) State vs Bazell Buchanan, Jack Williams, George Williams, and Bunk Paulk. Defendants charged with burglary by breaking and entering the storehouse of Jeff Naugle.
  4. [S36] , , Volume18, No. 2, (October-December) 1999, p. 19., Old Attic Records (Chickasaw County, MS): Box 17, p. 221: 7771. (1591) J.B. Gladney, J.R. Smith, and Peter McNamee, fence commissioners vs. Jack Williams, J.R. McCreight, W.M. Marion, Mark Harris, Sam Wallace, W.A. Melton, J.B. Naugle, M.A. Bean, J.K. Bowen and E.W. Jones. A tax was levied on the above taxpayers. The case pertains to situation where land located between Houlka Creek and Chuquatonchee Creek was declared a stock law district in October of 1878.
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  6. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,2nd Sub of Northern Division, p. p. 57/68, dwelling/family 408/410, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  7. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Lee County, Mississippi, population schedule,4th, enumeration district 91, p. p. 37/A146, dwelling/family 337/339, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Oct 2006.)
  8. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  9. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  10. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Sarah "Sallie" Naugle

F, #572, b. 1 February 1856, d. 15 January 1935

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: Allerdeen Wade (b. 4 October 1859, d. 15 October 1915)

SonAbudes Wade (b. March 1886)
DaughterLila Mae Wade+ (b. 23 May 1890, d. 8 March 1965)
DaughterSallie N. Wade (b. June 1892)

Biography

Sarah "Sallie" Naugle was born on 1 February 1856 in Ackerman, Choctaw, MississippiG. She died on 15 January 1935 at age 78 in Rayville, Richland Parish, LouisanaG.1 She was buried at Masonic CemeteryG+, in Rayville, Richland Parish, LouisanaG.2
Sarah "Sallie" Naugle was also known as Sarah "Sallie" Wade. Allerdeen Wade and she appeared in the census on 6 June 1900 at Precinct 33 in Bessemer City, Jefferson County, AlabamaG.3 Allerdeen Wade and she appeared in the census on 18 April 1910 in Mobile, Mobile, AlabamaG.4

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Allerdeen Wade and Sarah "Sallie" Naugle20 July 18845

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG6
27 July 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG7
24 June 1880Lee, Mississippi, United StatesG8
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1419] Online database: by. Online www.ancestry.com; Volume 3, Certificate # 913.
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 9, Masonic-Rayville
  3. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1418] Online database: by Hunting for Bears, comp., 2004. Online www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  7. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,2nd Sub of Northern Division, p. p. 57/68, dwelling/family 408/410, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  8. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Lee County, Mississippi, population schedule,4th, enumeration district 91, p. p. 37/A146, dwelling/family 337/339, Andrew Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 Oct 2006.)

Elizabeth Ann Naugle

F, #573, b. 22 November 1841, d. 6 February 1872

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: James Madison Johnson (b. 13 April 1832, d. 5 September 1887)

DaughterLillian E. Johnson (b. 1 June 1861, d. 1 April 1941)
SonJames Madison Johnson, II (b. 5 November 1863, d. 3 August 1923)
SonEmmett Johnson (b. 11 August 1866, d. 22 January 1936)
SonNunon D. Johnson (b. 27 July 1868, d. 5 May 1933)
SonFred Johnson (b. 16 June 1871, d. 20 March 1948)

Biography

Elizabeth Ann Naugle was born on 22 November 1841 in Gainsville, Sumter, AlabamaG.1 She died on 6 February 1872 at age 30 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG.1
As of 20 September 1859, Elizabeth Ann Naugle was also known as Elizabeth Ann Johnson.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
James Madison Johnson and Elizabeth Ann Naugle20 September 1859Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG2

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG3
6 August 1870Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG4
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S142] Ella Margaret Hartley, "James Madison Johnson", Chickasaw Times Past XVII1 (Apr.-June 1998): p. 36. Johnson-Naugle research of Elosie Webb and E.M. Harley. Hereinafter cited as "James Madison Johnson."
  2. [S33] Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, compiler, Marriage Records, Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Volume I: 1858 To 1900 Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 21. Original source: PRE County Marriage Book, p. 88. Hereinafter cited as Chickasaw, MS Marriage Records.
  3. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 539/539, Andrew Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  4. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Hilliard Hunter Naugle

M, #574, b. 25 October 1846, d. 9 July 1916

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: Clara Bell Seal (b. 17 February 1848, d. 4 June 1942)

SonJessie Andrew Naugle (b. August 1869, d. 1933)
DaughterAnnie Naugle (b. March 1874)
Tombstone-Hilliard Hunter Naugle

Biography

Hilliard Hunter Naugle was born on 25 October 1846 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. He died on 9 July 1916 at age 69 in Choctaw, MississippiG. He was buried at Enon Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery+ in Ackerman, Choctaw, MississippiG.1
Hilliard Hunter Naugle served in the military on 16 January 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. US Civil War: CSA: Company B 2nd MS State Cavalry2 He owned in 1870 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG.3

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Hilliard Hunter Naugle and Clara Bell Seal1 April 1868Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG4

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
23 October 1850Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG5
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG6
6 August 1870Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG7
10 June 1880Pontotoc, MississippiG8
23 June 1900Choctaw, MississippiG9
18 April 1910Fentress Beat 1, Choctaw County, Mississippi10
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 7, Enon Cumberland
  2. [S1415] , Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi, NARA M269, 427 rolls (http:www.fold3.com: Fold3.com), Listed as H. H. Nougles. Hereinafter cited as Mississippi CSA Service Records.
  3. [S36] , Chickasaw Times Past (), Volume 12, No. 2 (July Sept) 1993), p. 8., 1870-Amount Capital Employed in Merchandise for Chickasaw County, MS. Naughle & Bro $2,200.
  4. [S33] Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, compiler, Marriage Records, Chickasaw County, Mississippi. Volume I: 1858 To 1900 Chickasaw County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 28. Original source: County Marriage Book One, p. 299. Andrew Naugle on Bond. Married by A.J. Seal (MG). Hereinafter cited as Chickasaw, MS Marriage Records.
  5. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 539/539, Andrew Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Oct 2006.)
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  7. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  9. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  10. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Fred Bogan Naugle

M, #575, b. 13 December 1850, d. 11 March 1886

Parents

FatherAndrew Naugle (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)
MotherEsther Ann Bogan (b. 5 December 1815, d. 29 August 1880)

Family: Nannie Lou Stovall (b. 18 May 1859, d. 3 September 1884)

DaughterLillian M. Naugle (b. April 1882)
Tombstone-Fred Bogan Naugle

Biography

Fred Bogan Naugle was born on 13 December 1850 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.1 He died on 11 March 1886 at age 35 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG.2 He was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Okolona, Chickasaw, Mississippi, United States.1,3
Fred Bogan Naugle served in the military about 1862 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. Martin's Escort. Captured & Released. He owned in 1870 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG.4 He served in the Martin's Escort Regiment CSA. Martin's Escort Regiment CSA

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Fred Bogan Naugle and Nannie Lou Stovall26 May 1881Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG5

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
19 July 1860Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG6
6 August 1870Okolona, Chickasaw, MississippiG7
15 June 1880Helena, Phillips, ArkansasG8
Last Edited5 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S160] CCH&GS, "Cemetery Records", Chickasaw Times Past XI1 (Apr.-June 1992): p. 6. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Cemeteries 10."
  2. [S160] CCH&GS, "Chickasaw Cemeteries 10", p.6.
  3. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 7, Odd Fellows-Oklona
  4. [S36] , Chickasaw Times Past (), Volume 12, No. 2 (July Sept) 1993), p. 8., 1870-Amount Capital Employed in Merchandise for Chickasaw County, MS. Naughle & Bro $2,200.
  5. [S36] , , Volume XX, No. 4 (April-June, 2002), p. 8.
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Division No. 1, p. p. 61, dwelling/family 484/490, Andrew Naugles; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 4 Sep 2006.)
  7. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)