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The Hagler family of Henry Co., Tenn.

by Stephanie Routon Tayloe
Tayloe, Stephanie Routon (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Buchanan, Tennessee : S.R. Tayloe, [2002?]
[274] leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables

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Photocopy of original, 2005. (Library has copied leaves to pages.)

John Hagler was a Swiss immigrant who came to North Carolina in about 1750 and settled in the Yadkin Valley. His son, Jacob, migrated to Stewart County, Tennessee in 1806 and then moved to Illinois in 1816. Three of his sons, Joel, William and John Leland Hagler (1789-1857) remained in Tennessee. Includes Porter, Scott, Travis and related families.

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