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Meet your grandfather, a sketch-book of the Hagood-Tobin family

by Johnson Hagood
Hagood, Johnson (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Charleston, South Carolina : s.n., 1946]
165 p. : port.


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Includes index.

Copy of the will of Cornelius Tobin as published in Dudley's Law & Equity Reports, at Columbia, S. C. 1838, four typewritten pages inserted at end.

"William Hagood, our first known ancestor of that name, also spelt Haguewood, was born in Virginia of English descent. He married about 1770, Sarah Johnson, also of Virginia, who on her mother's side was of French extraction. In about 1775, he removed to the Ninety Six District of South Carolina ... There he resided until he died in 1812."--P. 109. "Cornelius Tobin, emigrated from Kilkenny, County, Ireland and settled in Barnwell District South Carolina, between the years 1785 and 1790. He left behind his wife, Judith, and two sons John, and Daniel from whom we are descended. But a few years later he went back and got them. ... [He] died on his plantation near the present site of Blackville in 1831-32."--P. 138. Descendants lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Alabama and elsewhere.

Includes Haguewood, Allen, Bellinger, Brown, Bull, Butler, Fraser, Gnatt, Gordon, Howard, Hughes, Lartigue, Lee, Marion, Martin, Means, Oakman, O'Hear, Overstreet, Owens, Small, Williamson, Witsell and related families.

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