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Early SKAGGS Records 1600s-1700s

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Re: Early SKAGGS Records 1600s-1700s

Posted: 13 Sep 2008 7:47AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SKAGGS THEAR
I plainly see it this way. There was no Ireland at this time period. All the Irish characters are to be found in Kent County, Maryland. James SKAGGS being born on Open Waters is probably an old family story with no foundation to it. He was clearly the son of Richard SKAGGS and Mary THEAR/KEAR. He was probably born on the Land Mary THEAR rented to her son. All the Irish stories about Richard and Thomas SKAGGS were just stories. Richard SKAGGS was born 1674 according to my notes in Kent County, Maryland. What do you think of my conclusion?


Name: Ire SKAGGS
Given Name: Ire
Surname: Skaggs
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1580 in Ireland
Death: 1680 in Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
William SKAGGS b: 1666 in Ireland


Name: William SKAGGS
Given Name: William
Surname: Skaggs
Sex: M
Birth: 1666 in Ireland
Death: 27 OCT 1742 in Kent County, Maryland

Father: Ire SKAGGS b: ABT 1580 in Ireland

Marriage 1 Elizabeth or Mary HATCH b: ABT 1600
Children
Richard SKAGGS b: 1674 in Ireland
John SKAGGS b: 1676 in Ireland
Elizabeth SKAGGS b. 1680 in Ireland

Name: Richard SKAGGS
Given Name: Richard
Surname: Skaggs
Sex: M
Birth: 1674 in Ireland
Death: AFT 1767 in Barren, Kentucky

Father: Thomas SKAGGS b: 1640 in Derry, Ulster, Ireland
Mother: Ann WOODLAND

Marriage 1 Mary THEAR b: ABT 1678 in Tavewell, Virginia
Children
James SKAGGS b: 1700 in Open Waters


Some info on the HATCH family.

Name: Capt. John HATCH
Sex: M
Birth: 1612 in Devonshire, England
Death: 1682 in Charles Co. MD
Note:
John Hatch was a member of the Maryland Assembly, a member of the Governor's Council and a member of
the commission for making of an Indian treaty.

In 1657, John Hatch was a tax collector. In 1660, he took part in the Puritan rebellion led by Josias Fendall.
As a result, he was taken in custody, under threat of banishment.

In 1674, Hatch was appointed to a commission to investigate witchcraft.

The earliest record of the Hatch name is in the Domesday Book of 1086 in the form of "Hache".


Marriage 1 Alice DENT b: ABT 1618 in England
Married: 1638
Children
(Daughter) HATCH
John HATCH b: 1638 in Walton, England
Anthony HATCH b: 1640 in Charles Co. MD
Henry HATCH b: 1642
Charles HATCH b: 1645
Mary HATCH b: 1647 in St. Mary's, MD

Marriage 2 Ann SPINKE b: ABT 1615
Married: ABT 1640
Children
Mary HATCH b: 1647 in St. Mary's, MD


Name: Alice DENT
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1618 in England

Marriage 1 Capt. John HATCH b: 1612 in Devonshire, England
Married: 1638
Children
(Daughter) HATCH
John HATCH b: 1638 in Walton, England
Anthony HATCH b: 1640 in Charles Co. MD
Henry HATCH b: 1642
Charles HATCH b: 1645
Mary HATCH b: 1647 in St. Mary's, MD


Name: William SKAGGS SCHAGGS
Given Name: William
Surname: SKAGGS/SCHAGGS
Name: SCAGGS STAGG SKAG
Given Name:
Surname: SCAGGS/STAGG/SKAG
Sex: M
Birth: in Londenderry, Ireland
Death: 27 Oct 1742 in , , Maryland, USA
Will: 6 Sep 1742 , , Maryland, USA
_UID: 59C6F603D527478298377E7B47D2B6A21602
Change Date: 18 Feb 2007 at 17:57
Note:
(Research):
PREROGATIVE COURT (Wills) 22 [MdHR 1300;1-11-1-27], pp. 509-510 William Schaggs, 27 October
1742. 03/30/89. Tracking No.: 51928. PD No.: 89-02218.

Marriage 1 Mary HATCH
Married:
Change Date: 18 Feb 2007



MARYLAND WILL RECORD:
4896 S(c)haggs, Wm. A Planter Kent Co. Will 6th Sept. 1742, 27th Oct 1742.
4897 Wife, Mary
4898 Son, Scaggs, Richard, Kent Co.l, Maryland, 1766
4900 Wife, Mary Thear
5101 Son John
4899 Daughter, Elizabeth
(Page 29 has more info but I do not have this page.)


Name: Richard SKAGGS
Given Name: Richard
Surname: Skaggs
Sex: M
Birth: 1674 in Kent Co. Md.
Death: 1766 in Kent Co. Md.
Note: Married abt. 1695 in Maryland

Father: William SKAGGS b: abt 1640 in Derry, Ulster Co. Ireland

Marriage 1 Mary THEAR b: 1678 in Tazewell Co. va.
Children
James SKAGGS b: 1700 in Tazewell Co. Va.


(But Mary Thear is not supposed to be her name so....?) Poss. Mary KEAR
Source for all info listed below is Dennis Glasscock email: michaelg@barbourville.com

KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND

Kent County, Maryland was formed from St. Mary's in 1642. In 1659, Baltimore County was created from
parts of Ann Arundel, Kent and unorganized territory. In 1662, Talbot was created from Kent, and in 1666,
Somerset from non-county area. In 1671, Kent gained substantially from Talbot, and in 1696, Kent and
Talbot exchanged lands.


William SKAGGS (SCAGGS, STAGG, Or SKAG) was a ship Captain who sailed to and from the colonies
in the mid 1600's. George SKEGG and William SKEGG were both listed on the same page in the index, but
they had been sentenced to "transportation, T/53/40 page 337-8." (We can surmise they were not sentenced
at the same time.) Both George and William were sentenced to Hertford Prison and their destination on the
Speedwell and Mediterranean was Maryland. The captains of their ship were William CAMPLIN and
George HARRIOT, whom I noted had made various voyages with other ships as Captains...He was
transported to the America in 1666. May have had sons named John, Henry, James & Charles SKAGGS.
County: DEVON. (Taken from "The Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage" from London to the American
Colonies 1719-1744, Edited and with introduction by Marion and Jack Kaminkow, Published by Magna
Carta book Co. Baltimore, Maryland 21215.)

Nothing further has been learned of the above William SKAGGS--either in Kent or in Devonshire, England.

Page 48: From "BIG SANDY SKAGGS"
First Progenitor: William Skaggs (Skaggs, Stagg, Skag)... had license to sail to and from the Colonies int he
mid-1600's.
Second Progenitor: Thomas Skaggs and Ann Wollard
As I stood by old Thomas' grave near the beautiful New River, Virginia (now West Virginia), I thought of
all the generations that have lived in this great land of ours after our foreparents arrived from Londonderry,
Ireland and perhaps Germany by way of London, England. My mind wandered back to Cambridge, England
where Thomas and Ann were married in late autumn in Cambridge, England--Oct. 31, 1734 at St.
Sepulcher's... Old Thomas and Ann, whose descendants were destined to become the famous "Long Hunters
of Kentucky"
Russ Skaggs Website


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