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George Nagel

M, #102, b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824

Family: Catherine Setzer (b. about 1775, d. about 1855)

SonDavid Nagel+ (b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831)
DaughterBarbara Naugle+ (b. about 1798)
SonHenry Naugle+ (b. about 1801, d. about 1885)
SonJacob Noggle+ (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
DaughterPolly Naugle (b. about 1805)
SonWilliam J. Naugle+ (b. 16 December 1807, d. 24 July 1863)
SonJohn S. Naugle+ (b. about 1812, d. August 1862)
DaughterSarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle+ (b. 1813, d. about 1865)
SonAndrew Naugle+ (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)

Biography

George Nagel was a farmer, blacksmith, & carpenter.
George Nagel was born between 1755 and 1765 in PennsylvaniaG+.1,2,3,4,4,4 According to court records, George Naugle's death occurred sometime between the January and April Sessions (19 Jan. 1824 & 19 April 1824) of the Lincoln County, NC Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions. George Naugle's death occurred sometime between the January and April Sessions (19 Jan. 1824 & 19 April 1824) of the Lincoln Co. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions.5 He was most likely buried on his own land or at Old St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Lincoln (now Catawba) County, North Carolina. at Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Lincoln (now Catawba) County, NC or on his own land.
George Nagel also appears in records as George Nail, George Neal, and George Naugle. A NC land survey warrant, initially awarded to Mordicai Nearns on 16 February 1789, was transferred to Georg Neal, filed 9 Semptember 1789 (#43), and granted 20 December 1791 (#588). The grant was for 250 acres "on both sides of Indian Creek." The survey warrant was initially awarded to Mordicai Nearns on 16 February 1789 and subseqently transferred to Georg Neal. The survey was submitted on 9 September 1789. NC (Lincoln) Land Grant (#588) for 250 acres "on both sides of Indian Creek" was issued to George Neal on 20 December 1791.6,7 On 25 April 1794, George Nagel sold his Land Grant acreage to Jacob Bullinger for L60.8,9 He Purchased 160A from Casper Shell (Lincoln) for $400.00 and in Lincoln County on Henry River. This land would be the "Nagel Family Farm." This land would be the family farm from the time of purchase until the death of George's eldest son, David, in March of 1831. After David's death, the remaining children of George and Catherine began to sell their shares in the land.10 He purchased 100A from John & Martin Sigman for L50 on 1 October 1804 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.11,12 George Neagle sold 100A to Henry Shell for $250 on 15 April 1805 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, .13,14 He purchased items at the Jacob Miller estate sale on 8 August 1808 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, .15 He was assigned road duty from Jacob Starr’s to Gross’ Mill in January 1812 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, .16 George Nail was listed in Captain Robinson's district ( Land=160A, Value=$300) in 1819 tax list in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.17 George Nail was listed in Captain Robinson's district (Land=160A, Value=$400) in 1821 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.18 He was paid $14.87 by the Estate of Phillip Miller on 24 February 1823 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He was paid ½ for 2 boys (William & John), one day each in harvest (75 cents); Barbara (Naugle) spinning ($2.12); building chimney ($10.00); 1 day working at spring (75 cents); 1 day at spring house repairing ($1.00); and 1 bottle of brandy (25 cents).19

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George Nagel and Catherine SetzerAbout 1793Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1800Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+20
1810Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+21
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+22
Last Edited19 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S1845] 1800 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1846] 1810 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1847] 1820 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S45] George Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives. Hereinafter cited as George Naugle Estate Papers.
  6. [S49] North Carolina Land Grant Office Records: Lincoln County 75: p. 325. Entry No. 43 (16 February 1789). Survey 9 September 1789. Grant No. 588 (20 December 1791).. Hereinafter cited as NC Land Grants: Lincoln.
  7. [S53] Dr. A. Bruce Pruitt, compiler, Abstracts of Land Entries, Lincoln County NC, 1783-1795 A.B. Pruitt, c1987.)
  8. [S39] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 17, p. 103. "Jacob Bullinger, for L60, 250 A on S. fork Indian Creek adjoining Benjamin Nearns. . .land granted 20 December 1791 to George Naugle. Wit.: Issac Clay, Michael Buff, illegible German signature.". Hereinafter cited as LCDB 17.
  9. [S56] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, II: 1789 April - 1796 April Lincoln County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Lenoir, North Carolina: McAllister-Sullivan,1987, (July Court 1794), p.78. Hereinafter cited as Lincoln P & Q II.
  10. [S42] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 30, p. 240. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 30.
  11. [S40] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 21, p. 387. John and Martin Sigman (Lincoln) to George Naugle (Lincoln) 100 A for L50. Land in Lincoln Co. adj. George Sigman; being part of a tract of land originally granted 6 September 1766 to Nicholas Fry by a Kings patent. Witnesses: [illegible German signature] and Henrich Savitz. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 21.
  12. [S59] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, IV: 1805 April - 1808 October Lincoln County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Lenoir, North Carolina: McAllister-Sullivan,1988, (April Court 1805), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Lincoln P & Q IV.
  13. [S40] LCDB 21, p. 536. George Neagle conveyed 100 A (land adjoining George Sigman) to Henry Shell, for $250. Part of land granted to Nicholas Fry on 6 September 1766. Proved by John Rinehart.
  14. [S59] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, Lincoln P & Q IV, (April Court 1806), p. 53.
  15. [S24] Anne W. McAllister, Through Four Generations: Heinrich Weidner 1717-1792 and Catharina Mull Weidner 1733-1804 (Patterson, NC: Staley Publishing, 1992), pp. 731-38. Lincoln County, NC Estate of Jacob Miller, George Naugle bought: 1 saddle ($3.71), 1 real (26 cents), 1 shirt ($1.27), and 1 small barrel ($1.10). At the remainder of estate sale for Jacob Miller on 7 June 1817 (after the death of Jacob’s wife), George Naugle bought 2 yards of striped cloth for 90 cents.
  16. [S23] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, V: 1809 January - 1812 October Lincoln County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Lenoir, North Carolina: McAllister-Sullivan,1990, (January Session 1812), p. 91. George Naugle was selected (with others) to form a jury to view the road leading from Jacob Starr’s to Gross’ Mill and to alter same if necessary and proper. Hereinafter cited as Lincoln P & Q V.
  17. [S133] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1819 Capt. Robison's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 61. Geo. Nail. Land=160A, Value=$300. Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1819."
  18. [S134] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1821 Capt. Robinson's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 76. Geo. Nail. Land=160A, Value=$400. Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1821."
  19. [S24] Anne W. McAllister, , p. 748. George Naugle was paid $14.87 by the Estate of Philip Miller for the following: ½ for 2 boys, one day each in harvest (75 cents); Barbara (Naugle Ikerd) spinning ($2.12); building chimney ($10.00); 1 day working at spring (75 cents); 1 day at spring house repairing ($1.00); and 1 bottle of brandy (25 cents).
  20. [S1845] 1800 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, Morgan's District, p. p. 369, George Naugle.
  21. [S1846] 1810 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, Captain Cline's District, p. p. 373, George Nail.
  22. [S1847] 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, East of the South Fork of the Catawba River, p. p. 383, George Nail.

Catherine Setzer

F, #103, b. about 1775, d. about 1855

Parents

FatherJacob Setzer, II (b. 1756, d. 1834)
MotherMariah Elizabeth Hildebrand (b. between 1756 and 1757, d. after 1830)

Family: George Nagel (b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824)

SonDavid Nagel+ (b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831)
DaughterBarbara Naugle+ (b. about 1798)
SonHenry Naugle+ (b. about 1801, d. about 1885)
SonJacob Noggle+ (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
DaughterPolly Naugle (b. about 1805)
SonWilliam J. Naugle+ (b. 16 December 1807, d. 24 July 1863)
SonJohn S. Naugle+ (b. about 1812, d. August 1862)
DaughterSarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle+ (b. 1813, d. about 1865)
SonAndrew Naugle+ (b. 28 April 1814, d. 8 October 1882)

Biography

Catherine Setzer was born about 1775 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died about 1855 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG. She was probably buried at Soul Chapel CemeteryG+, in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.
Catherine Setzer. After the death of George in 1824 (and the sale of his estate), Catherine lived with her daughter, Sarah, and son-in-law David Huffman in Lincoln County. In the Spring of 1848, Catherine moved with Sarah and David Huffman to Chickasaw County, Mississippi. She died there sometime after October 23, 1850 and before 3 July 1860. As of about 1793, Catherine Setzer was also known as Catherine Naugle, -(Setzer.) She, on 19 April 1824, in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, relinquished Administration of George Naugle's Estate. Administration was assigned to son, David Nagel.1 She purchased items at the estate sale of her husband, George Naugle, between 14 May 1824 and 15 May 1824 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, . Widow Naugle (Catherine) b0ught: one how (hoe) for 13 cents; sise (scythe) and cradle for25 cents; a side saddle for 9 cents; sundry articles for 19 cents; a axe for 80 cents; a flax brake & coling box for 1.89; stray ats & fodder for 1.38; a lock of h____(?hair?) for 5 cents; one barrel for 5 cents; a stand for 7 cents; two baskets & half bushel for 31 cents; an iron and cotten cards for 40 cents; 4 books for 60 cents; a cask with vinegar for $1; 3 clocks for 25 cents; a bed & furniture for $6.13.2 She 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 Catherine Setzer witnessed the estate law of Christopher Augustus Setzer on 6 September 1834 in Macon, North Carolina, United StatesG, Christopher purchased Jacob Setzer Estate from Siblings.4 She appeared on the census of in 1840 in the household of David Henry Huffman and Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5,6 Catherine Setzer on 2 November 1847 sold her dower rights and, as agent for William and Andrew Naugle, their his 1/9 interest in the George Naugle land in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.7 She appeared on the census of on 23 October 1850 in the household of David Henry Huffman and Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.8

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George Nagel and Catherine SetzerAbout 1793Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1800Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
1810Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+11
Last Edited19 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S45] George Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives, George Naugle Estate File. Hereinafter cited as George Naugle Estate Papers.
  2. [S45] George Naugle Estate Papers.
  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. [S1806] Bartow County, Georgia, Superior Court, Deed Book G: p. 235, Sibling interests in father's land to Christopher; Georgia State Archives, Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia.
  5. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Upper Regiment, p. p. 29, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2002.)
  6. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p.3. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  7. [S28] Catawba County, North Carolinia Deed Book 3, p. 359.
  8. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 540/540, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Oct 2006.)
  9. [S1845] 1800 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Morgan's District, p. p. 369, George Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 22 Jun 2007.)
  10. [S1846] 1810 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Captain Cline's District, p. p. 373, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Sep 2008.)
  11. [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.)

Henry Naugle

M, #104, b. about 1801, d. about 1885

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: Elizabeth Whitener (b. about 1803, d. about 1865)

DaughterAnna C. Naugle+ (b. February 1829, d. 1910)

Biography

Henry Naugle was a farmer.
Henry Naugle was born about 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died about 1885 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He was reinterred at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
Henry Naugle also appears in records as Henry Noggle/Noggles/Nogle. He appeared on the Tax Roll in 1832 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 He sold his 1/9 share of the George Naugle land on 13 September 1833 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 He witnessed the property of Jacob Noggle on 9 September 1847 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, sold, for $60, personal property to Logan Whitener.5 Henry Naugle appeared as a father-in-law in the household of Logan Henry Whitener in the census on 1 June 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 Was a principal party in this land sale.7

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Henry Naugle and Elizabeth Whitener27 April 1826Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+8

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1810Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+11
1840Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+12
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+13
23 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+14
29 June 1880Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+15
Last Edited13 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  3. [S1354] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1832 Capt. William Herman's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 56. Henry Naugle: WP-1. Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1832."
  4. [S91] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 37, p. 625. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 37.
  5. [S110] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 5, p. 173. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 5.
  6. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 376/376, Logan Whitener/Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Jun 2007.)
  7. [S118] Catawba County, North Carolina Deed Book 13, p. 560. Hereinafter cited as Catawba, NC Deed Book 13.
  8. [S69] North Carolina Marriage Bonds: John Whitener and henry Naugles on bond. Hereinafter cited as NC Marriage Bonds.
  9. [S1846] 1810 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Captain Cline's District, p. p. 373, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Sep 2008.)
  10. [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.)
  11. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 182, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Feb 2008.)
  12. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234 & p. 247, Henry Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 20 Mar 2008.)
  13. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p, 179/357, dwelling/family 159/159, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 25 Jun 2009.)
  14. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 6, dwelling/family 43/43, Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 25 Jun 2008.)
  15. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, enumeration district 80, p. p. 24, dwelling/family 238/238, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 28 Jun 2008.)

Elizabeth Whitener

F, #105, b. about 1803, d. about 1865

Parents

FatherJohn Wilfong D. Whitener (b. 1784, d. between October 1855 and December 1855)
MotherMagdalena "Molly" Mull (b. 27 January 1782, d. 1853)

Family: Henry Naugle (b. about 1801, d. about 1885)

DaughterAnna C. Naugle+ (b. February 1829, d. 1910)

Biography

Elizabeth Whitener was born about 1803 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died about 1865 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She was reinterred at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
As of 27 April 1826, Elizabeth Whitener was also known as Elizabeth Naugle.3 She appeared as a mother-in-law in the household of Logan Henry Whitener in the census on 1 June 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Henry Naugle and Elizabeth Whitener27 April 1826Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+5
1840Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+6
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+7
Last Edited1 March 2017

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  3. [S69] North Carolina Marriage Bonds: John Whitener and henry Naugles on bond. Hereinafter cited as NC Marriage Bonds.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 376/376, Logan Whitener/Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Jun 2007.)
  5. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 182, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Feb 2008.)
  6. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234 & p. 247, Henry Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 20 Mar 2008.)
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p, 179/357, dwelling/family 159/159, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 25 Jun 2009.)

Polly Naugle

F, #106, b. about 1805

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)

Biography

Polly Naugle was born about 1805 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.
Polly Naugle Married __Setzer after January 1825 and before April 1831. She purchased items at the estate sale of her father, George Naugle, between 14 May 1824 and 15 May 1824 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, . Polly Naugle bought a luking glas for 8 cents and 1 bottle & funal for 16 cents.1

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1810Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+2
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
Last Edited16 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S45] George Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives, George Naugle Estate File. Hereinafter cited as George Naugle Estate Papers.
  2. [S1846] 1810 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Captain Cline's District, p. p. 373, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Sep 2008.)
  3. [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.)

David Nagel

M, #107, b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831

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: Catherine Fye (b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870)

DaughterAnna Adeline Naugle+ (b. 13 September 1820, d. 30 May 1899)
DaughterMichaela M. Naugle+ (b. September 1822, d. 30 October 1900)
DaughterHarriet E. Naugle+ (b. about 1826)
SonWilliam Anderson Naugle+ (b. about 1827, d. 3 May 1863)
SonSylvanus J. Noggle+ (b. 8 July 1828, d. 15 July 1914)
SonLevi Jethro Naugle+ (b. about 1830, d. 16 June 1863)

Biography

David Nagel was a farmer and carpenter.
David Nagel was born about 1795 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died February 1831 or March 1831, in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1
David Nagel wasa on a survey crew on 17 July 1810 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2 David Nagel also appears in records as David Nail and David Naugle. He was on the tax roll in 1819 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 On on 30 December 1820, David Nagel and Catherine Fye sold Catherine's 1/3 land inheritance from her father, Jacob Fie, in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 He was listed on the tax roll in 1821 in Captain Cline's District, Lincoln, North Carolina, United States.5 On on 23 January 1822, Jacob Fye, Jr. (Catherine’s brother) was bound to David Nagel.6 He posted bond as Administrator of George Naugle's Estate on 21 April 1824 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.7 He conducted the estate sale of George Naugle between 14 May 1824 and 15 May 1824 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, . David Naugle also bought: three hows (hoes) & pitchfork for .38 1/4; a reaper and troual for .13; sundray articles for .11; a coller & gears for $1.25; one read cow for $6.45; a cradle for .01; two barls for .06 1/4; 3 chairs & one hogshead for .51; a small lock for .05; a smooding iron & sundrayes for $1.60; one plow seat & coller for $1.75; two gimlets for .07; three plates for .55 1/2; and one small cast for .25.8 On on 14 January 1825, David Nagel filed George Naugle's estate settlement in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.9 In April 1829, David Nagel and Catherine Fye filed suit against Catherine's mother, Mary Killian Fye Suttlemire, for an additional share of Jacob Fye's estate.10,11,12

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
David Nagel and Catherine Fye8 January 1819Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+13

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1800Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+14
1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+15
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+16
Last Edited18 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S44] David Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives. Hereinafter cited as David Naugle Estate Papers.
  2. [S24] Anne W. McAllister, Through Four Generations: Heinrich Weidner 1717-1792 and Catharina Mull Weidner 1733-1804 (Patterson, NC: Staley Publishing, 1992), p. 926. David Nagel and G. Daniel Wilfong were chain-bearers on a North Carolina Land Grant survey of 10 acres in Lincoln County for George Wilfong.
  3. [S133] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1819 Capt. Robison's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 61. David Nail, 1 White Poll. Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1819."
  4. [S41] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 29, p. 668. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 29.
  5. [S134] Kathy Gunter Sullivan, "Lincoln County Tax List: 1821 Capt. Robinson's District", Catawba Cousins 62 (October 1991): p. 76. David Naugle: 700 Acres ($300; WP-1) waters of Whitner Creek; David Naugle: 50 Acres ($134.75); Ditto for Abram Frye: 50 Acres ($150). Hereinafter cited as "Lincoln, NC Tax List: 1821."
  6. [S43] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 33, p. 417. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 33.
  7. [S45] George Naugle, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, North Carolina State Archives, George Naugle Estate File. On 21 April 1824, David Naugle was granted the rights of Administration and posted bond. The Court also appointed John D. Whitener, Michael Cline, George Summey, and Elias Bost to lay off a year’s maintenance for the widow and family of George Naugle, deceased. Hereinafter cited as George Naugle Estate Papers.
  8. [S45] George Naugle Estate Papers.
  9. [S45] George Naugle Estate Papers, George Naugle Estate File.
  10. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County, In April 1829, David Naugle, in right of his wife Catherine and Jacob Fye, Jr. filed suit against Catherine’s mother, Mary (Killian) Fye Suttlemire for their share of Jacob Fye’s estate. The suit was based on the claim that Catherine’s brother, Abraham, was deceased, and that they should divide his share. Mary Suttlemire answered in July 1829 that her 1st husband Jacob Fye died testate and that she and John Deitz administered the estate. Mary said that Deitz took all the personal property, except her share, and left the county without settling the estate. When her son Abraham asked for his share, she felt obligated and gave him clothing for two trips to the western country. She said Abraham declared he had received his fair share of the estate. Concerning the land, Mary said that David Naugle received his wife's share, but Abraham was still entitled to some portion. Mary said she heard from Abraham four years ago. The court referred the case to Vardry McBee in October 1830, and he reported that Jacob Fye left three legatees, the widow and children: Catherine, Jacob Fye, Jr., and Abraham. He took evidence from Jacob Burns, who said that around 1820 Abram Fye was in Indiana; that he started to go to a town on the Ohio called Utica, but left his pocket book, money and clothes behind; that he had not been heard from since and was supposed to be drowned. I have found no record that David and Catharine actually received part of Abraham’s share in the land. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.
  11. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986.)
  12. [S55] Harry E. Wilson, Descendants of Jacob Zettelmeyer of Berks County, Pennsylvania (Zebulon, North Carolina: H.E. Wilson, c198?)
  13. [S69] North Carolina Marriage Bonds: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as NC Marriage Bonds.
  14. [S1845] 1800 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Morgan's District, p. p. 369, George Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 22 Jun 2007.)
  15. [S1847] 1820 US Census, population schedule, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  16. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234, David Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 17 Feb 2008.)

Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle

F, #108, b. 1813, d. about 1865

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: David Henry Huffman (b. 1807, d. after 1880)

SonWilliam A. Huffman+ (b. 20 March 1831, d. 2 June 1871)
SonAndrew H. Huffman (b. October 1832, d. 1904)
SonMichael Martin Huffman+ (b. 22 May 1833, d. 29 September 1911)
DaughterCatherine Huffman+ (b. about 1835, d. 1883)
DaughterAdeline Huffman (b. about 1837)
SonJohn F. Huffman (b. about 1840, d. about 1868)
SonGeorge Pinkney Huffman+ (b. May 1844, d. 12 May 1932)
SonAlfred R. Huffman (b. 1 December 1846, d. 14 August 1910)
SonJames K.Polk Huffman+ (b. January 1849, d. 1934)
DaughterSarah A. Huffman (b. about 1852)
SonJefferson A. Huffman+ (b. about 1854)

Biography

Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle was born in 1813 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died about 1865 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.
Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle. Sarah and David Huffman lived in Lincoln County, NC for the first 17 years of their married life. In 1847, they moved to Chickasaw County, Mississippi where Sarah’s brothers, William and Andrew, then lived. In addition to their children, they also took Sarah’s mother, Catherine Setzer Naugle, and (presumably) the
two children of Sarah’s brother, John S. Naugle. They would remain in this location until their deaths.
As of 4 January 1830, Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle was also known as Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Huffman, -(Naugle.) David Henry Huffman and she appeared in the census in June 1830 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 David Henry Huffman and she appeared in the census in 1840 at Upper Regiment in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2,3 David Henry Huffman and she appeared in the census on 23 October 1850 at Eastern Division in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.4 She was on the tax roll in 1851 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.5 David Henry Huffman and she appeared in the census on 7 July 1860 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.6 She witnessed the New Tag of David Henry Huffman in 1864 in Chickasaw, Mississippi, United StatesG.7

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
David Henry Huffman and Sarah Catherine ("Sally") Naugle4 January 1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+8

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
Last Edited27 February 2017

Citations

  1. [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.)
  2. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Upper Regiment, p. p. 29, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2002.)
  3. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p.3. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, population schedule,Eastern Division, p. p. 338, dwelling/family 540/540, David Huffman; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Oct 2006.)
  5. [S168] CCH&GS, "1851-2 Chickasaw County Land Roll", Chickasaw Times Past X4 (Jan.-March 1992): p. 167. SW 1/4 33-T14-R5E. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw 1851-2 Land Roll."
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S171] Shirley Mathis, "1861-1864 Land Assessment Roll of Chickasaw County", Chickasaw Times Past XI4 (Jan.-March 1993): p. 169. Daniel Huffman SW 33-14-5E. Hereinafter cited as "Chickasaw Land Roll 1861-1864."
  8. [S1350] online data 2000: NC Marriage Bonds, 1741-2006, by; Ancestry. Online https://ancestry.com; #000073454. James Sims Bondsman, Jonas Bost Witness.
  9. [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.)

David Charles Enloe, Jr.

M, #109, b. 16 November 1945, d. 19 February 1993

Family: Patricia Jeanne Noggle (b. 17 August 1945)

SonStephen Michael Enloe
SonChristopher Drew Enloe+ (b. 19 November 1968)

Biography

David Charles Enloe, Jr., was born on 16 November 1945 in Kountz, Hardin, TexasG. He died on 19 February 1993 at age 47 in Sayre, Beckam, OklahomaG.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
David Charles Enloe, Jr. and Patricia Jeanne Noggle14 June 1964Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico, United StatesG
Last Edited29 September 2014

Christopher Drew Enloe

M, #111, b. 19 November 1968

Parents

FatherDavid Charles Enloe, Jr. (b. 16 November 1945, d. 19 February 1993)
MotherPatricia Jeanne Noggle (b. 17 August 1945)

Family: Corinne Cathleen Childress (b. 1 June 1972)

DaughterChelsea Brooke Enloe+ (b. 15 March 1992)
SonChristopher David Enloe

Biography

Christopher Drew Enloe was born on 19 November 1968 in Texarkana, Bowie, TexasG.
Christopher Drew Enloe. Catherine Corrine Childers was born 1 June 1972 in Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Christopher Drew Enloe and Corinne Cathleen Childress27 October 1990Roswell, Chaves, New MexicoG
Last Edited29 September 2014

Mary Yoon Chung Han

F, #115, b. 15 September 1957, d. 18 November 2010

Parents

FatherEung Soo Han (b. 15 August 1923)
MotherHyung Soon Koh (b. 16 December 1927)

Family: Ronald Monroe Noggle

DaughterKatherine Hijung Han-Noggle+

Biography

Mary Yoon Chung Han was born on 15 September 1957 in Seoul, South KoreaG. She died on 18 November 2010 at age 53 in Albuquerque, Bernaillo, New MexicoG. She was cremated on 28 November 2010 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, United States.
As of 20 March 1984, Mary Yoon Chung Han was also known as Mary Yoon Chung Noggle, -(Han.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Ronald Monroe Noggle and Mary Yoon Chung Han20 March 1984Albuquerque, Bernaillo, New MexicoG
Last Edited13 December 2016

Clovis Calvin Barnes

M, #117, b. 21 August 1913, d. 1 April 1999

Parents

FatherJacob Luther Barnes (b. 3 April 1875, d. 8 July 1946)
MotherNancy Lucretia Howard (b. 25 May 1879, d. 15 July 1996)

Family 1: Bernice Baker (b. about 1915)

DaughterJudith Barnes

Family 2: Viva Lee Noggle (b. 26 October 1922, d. 27 August 1984)

SonClifford Calvin Barnes+
Clovis Calvin Barnes

Biography

Clovis Calvin Barnes was born on 21 August 1913 in Vandervoort, Polk, ArkansasG. He died on 1 April 1999 at age 85 in Conway, Faulkner, Arkansas, United StatesG. He was buried at Vilonia CemeteryG+, in Vilonia, Faulkner, Arkansas, United StatesG+.1,2
Clovis Calvin Barnes and Bernice Baker appeared in the census in 1940 in Story, Story, Iowa, United States.3

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Clovis Calvin Barnes and Bernice Baker5 February 1933England, Lonoke, Arkansas, United States
He and Viva Lee Noggle11 June 1955Clarksdale, Cohoma, MississippiG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
9 April 1930Antlers Township, Pushmataha County, OklahomaG4
Last Edited20 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S1370] (Vilonia, Faulkner County, Arkansas), marker, personally read, 17 June 1996.
  2. [S1871] Grave marker of Clovis C “Barney” Barnes, Vilonia Cemetery, Vilonia, Faulkner County, Arkansas. Find a Grave, 71168009.
  3. [S1849] 1840 US Census, population schedule,New Albany Township, enumeration district 85-31, p. 1-A, dwelling/family 6, Globis Barnes; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 19 May 2016.)
  4. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Mary Francis Henson

F, #119, b. 1 August 1930, d. 3 April 2002

Family: Jc Noggle (b. 25 August 1926, d. 29 January 2011)

SonDonald Bruce Noggle+

Biography

Mary Francis Henson was born on 1 August 1930 in Little Dixie, Woodruff, ArkansasG. She died on 3 April 2002 at age 71 at Conway Regional Medical Center in Conway, Faulkner, Arkansas, United StatesG. She was buried at Vilonia CemeteryG+, in Vilonia, Faulkner, Arkansas, United StatesG+.1
As of 8 April 1950, Mary Francis Henson was also known as Mary Francis Noggle, -(Henson.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jc Noggle and Mary Francis Henson8 April 1950Benton, Saline, ArkansasG2
Last Edited12 June 2020

Citations

  1. [S1871] Grave marker of Mary Frances (Henson) Noggle, Vilonia Cemetery, Vilonia, Faulkner County, Arkansas. Find a Grave, 115695459.
  2. [S1442] Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957, Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Saline County. JC Noggle (23) & Mary Francis Henson (19). Hereinafter cited as Ark Marriages Index 1837-1957.

Daniel Monroe Meeks

M, #121, b. 15 December 1894, d. 3 October 1959

Parents

Biography

Daniel Monroe Meeks was born on 15 December 1894 in Pine Bluff, Jefferson, ArkansasG. He died on 3 October 1959 at age 64 in Dyersburg, Dyer, TennesseeG.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Daniel Monroe Meeks and Corinne Baird26 March 1919Pine Bluff, Jefferson, ArkansasG
Last Edited29 September 2014

Corinne Baird

F, #122, b. 16 March 1892, d. 2 December 1974

Parents

Biography

Corinne Baird was born on 16 March 1892 in Paris, TexasG. She died on 2 December 1974 at age 82 in Dyersburg, Dyer, TennesseeG.
As of 26 March 1919, Corinne Baird was also known as Corinne Meeks, -(Baird.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Daniel Monroe Meeks and Corinne Baird26 March 1919Pine Bluff, Jefferson, ArkansasG
Last Edited29 September 2014

W.H. "Bud" Meeks

M, #123

Family:

SonDaniel Monroe Meeks+ (b. 15 December 1894, d. 3 October 1959)

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
W.H. "Bud" Meeks
Last Edited29 September 2014

Loy Anthony

F, #125, b. 25 December 1917, d. 22 May 1993

Biography

Loy Anthony was born on 25 December 1917 in ArkansasG. Social Security Death Index: US 1937-1995 says birth year is 1922. She died on 22 May 1993 at age 75 in Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, United StatesG. She was buried at Crestlawn Memorial Park+ in Conway, Faulkner, Arkansas, United StatesG.
As of 17 January 1947, Loy Anthony was also known as Loy Noggle, -(Anthony.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Howard Rufus Noggle and Loy Anthony17 January 1947Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, United StatesG
Last Edited12 February 2017