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Clagon

Posted: 28 Mar 2010 8:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Clagon, Chesson, Blount, Walker, Polk
I am interested in what anyone knows about Smith McRhea Clagon's ancestors. I know he married Mary Elizabeth Blount and had 7 children, one was Mary Carthene Clagon, my husband's Ggrandmother. I don't know anything about where Smith was born or his ancestors. Thanks for any help.
Candy Peebles
Posted: 30 Mar 2010 2:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Clagon Patrick Chesson Cahoon
I found some information for you...

1860 Census
Family # 289
Smith M. Clagon, 47,M,Farmer,Real Estate: 1000, Property: 7273
Mary E. Clagon, 31,F
Wiggins B., 12,M
James P., 11,M
Sarah F., 8,F
Mary C., 6,F
Hester, 3,F
Louis, 11m,F
Mary E. Blount, 28,F, Seamstress
Mary Johnson, 20,F,Mulatto, Day Laborer
Joanna, 6m,F,Mulatto

Source:1860 U.S. Census, Washington County, North Carolina, Microcopy 653, Roll 917, National Archives

Cemetery Records follow...

Clagon, James P
Born: 30 December 1848
Died: 09 September 1930
Buried: Hebron United Methodist Church Cemetery, Roper, NC
Parents: Smith M. Clagon & Mary Blount
Source: Washington County, NC Cemeteries 1769-1997 Volume II, Lees Mill Township, Page 52

Patrick, Clarence Earl
Born: 31 October 1943
Died: 22 May 1971
Buried: Bethel Church of Christ Disciples Cemetery, Roper, NC
Parents: Nassell Patrick & Mary Clagon
Source: Washington County, NC Cemeteries 1769-1997 Volume II, Lees Mill Township, Page 71

Chesson, Mary C.
Born: 1855
Died: 24 March 1936
Buried: St. Lukes Episcopal Church Cemetery, Roper, NC
Parents: Smith & Mary Clagon
Source: Washington County, NC Cemeteries 1769-1997 Volume II, Lees Mill Township, Page 3

Cahoon, Hester
Born: 1857
Died: 03 November 1935
Buried: Pleasant Grove Cemetery (at the Pleasant Grove Methodist Church near Mackeys (Roper, NC))
Husband: Joe Cahoon
Dad: Smith Clagon
Source: Washington County, NC Cemeteries 1769-1997 Volume II, Lees Mill Township, Page 67

I could probably do more research but I don't have the time right now. Contact me directly if you'd like me to elaborate or do additional research for you.

Thanks,
Eric

Re: Clagon

Posted: 30 Mar 2010 1:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you so much for the information, Eric.
Posted: 30 Mar 2010 2:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
No problem. Like I said there is probably more but I'd really have to start writing down stuff and connecting the dots to provide more. Hope that helps!
Posted: 7 Nov 2011 3:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello, Im actually looking for some information on the Clagon Family as well. In the 1870 census there was a Phoeby Clagon (black)along with her daughter Macey Clagon and Edward Clagon who was listed under Smith Clagon's family. I believe she may have been a former slave for his family. I check his slave schedule for 1860 and I saw a woman who was close to the same age Pheoby would have been. Is there any documentation or will that names his slaves?
Posted: 8 Nov 2011 2:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hubble, Patrick, West
Eric, forgive me for piggy-backing, but does your source list Hubble (Hubbell), Patrick, or West? Thanks for your time and effort.
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