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Descendants of Leonhart (Kegel) Cagle

Generation No. 1 1. LEONHART (KEGEL)1 CAGLE was born 1684 in Sembach, Obermehlingen, Rhemish, Palentinate, Germany, and died 1754 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married (1) MARIA ELISABETHA MAGDALENA Abt. 1714 in Germany. She was born Abt. 1690 in Niedermehlingen, Germany, and died Abt. 1716 in Germany. He married (2) SUSANNAH UNKNOWN 1715 in Sembach, Obermehlingen, Germany. She was born 1688 in Sembach, Obermehlingen, Rhenish, Palentine, Germany, and died Bet. 1750 - 1784 in Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for LEONHART (KEGEL) CAGLE: He arrived at Philadelphia September 25, 1732 on ship "Loyal Judith" and Settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania about 1737. Source for following information: [email protected]: From 1737 to 1748, Leonard lived on a 200 acre farm in Alsace Township in old Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, now part of Berks County, since 1752, which he acquired by land warrant in 1737. This land now lies within the northern part of the city limits of Reading, Pennsylvania. Nearby in Oley Township, lived a John Kegel, who perhaps is identical to John Dutchman Cagle, possible son of Leonhart; John moved to North Carolina in the 1750's and died in 1799 in the northwest corner of Moore County, North Carolina (Source for following information: Jimmy B. Cagle, Cagle Families in The Southern States.) Leonhart died at the age of 70 years old. He was listed as a member of a Reformed Protestant Church.

More About LEONHART (KEGEL) CAGLE: Arrived: September 25, 1732, in America (Philadelphia, PA.) on the ship "Loyal Judith" Residence: Settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania at least until 1752 Settled: Abt. 1737, Berks County, Pennsylvania Child of LEONHART CAGLE and MARIA MAGDALENA is:

2. i. MARIA MARGARETA2 CAGLE, b. 1715, Obermehlingen, Germany; d. WFT Est. 1731-1809.

Children of LEONHART CAGLE and SUSANNAH UNKNOWN are:

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. KARL WILHELM2 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1722, Germany; d. Unknown. JOHN DUTCHMAN CAGLE, b. 1724, Sembach, Obermehlingen, Rhenish, Palentine, Germany; d. Bef. May 12, 1799, Near Robbins, Cumberland County, North Carolina. DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD CAGLE, b. April 29, 1728, Obermehlingen, Palatinate, Germany; d. April 01, 1793, Macklenburg, Cabarrus County, North Carolina. NANCY ANN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1730, Germany; d. 1780, Bedford County, Virginia. HENRICH HENRY CAGLE, b. 1730, Rhenish, Palantine, Germany; d. March 22, 1802, Moore County, North Carolina. LEONARD CAGLE, b. Bet. 1730 - 1740, Obermehlingen, Germany; d. Aft. 1820, Perry County, Tennessee. MARY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1731, Berks County, Pennsylvania; d. WFT Est. 1765-1830, Bedford County, Virginia; m. JACOB ECHOLS, July 11, 1761, Bedford County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1730; d. WFT Est. 17661828. More About MARY CAGLE: Marriage Bond: 1761, Signed by Peter Nerdeman Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and JACOB ECHOLS: Marriage surety bond signed by Peter Nerdeman.

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CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1732, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; d. 1801, Stanly County, North Carolina. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1745, Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; d. November 06, 1825, Stanly County, North Carolina.

Generation No. 2 2. MARIA MARGARETA2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1715 in Obermehlingen, Germany, and died WFT Est. 1731-1809. She married JOHAN ANDREAS BUSHONG WFT Est. 1727-1758. He was born Abt. 1703, and died WFT Est. 1732-1794. Notes for MARIA MARGARETA CAGLE: Maria received first communion 1729, per page 341 #2968, VERBANDSGEMEINDE ENKENBACH-ALSEN BORN IHRE BURGER 1650-1850

Child of MARIA CAGLE and JOHAN BUSHONG is:

i. MARIA ELIZABETH3 BUSHONG, b. Bef. March 14, 1727/28; d. WFT Est. 1729-1822.

3. JOHN DUTCHMAN2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1724 in Sembach, Obermehlingen, Rhenish, Palentine, Germany, and died Bef. May 12, 1799 in Near Robbins, Cumberland County, North Carolina. He married (1) JOHANETTA HARDT December 25, 1754 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. She was born Abt. 1730 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1765 in Cumberland County, North Carolina. He married (2) CATHERINE UNKNOWN Abt. 1770 in Moore County, North Carolina. She died Unknown. Notes for JOHN DUTCHMAN CAGLE: Source of information from: [email protected]: The earliest Cagle reference in the records of Old Cumberland County, North Carolina dates from February 3, 1764, when John Kegill (John Dutchman Cagle) bought 120 Acres in forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks from James Chiney (James Chaney), as recorded in Deed Book 2, pages 326-327. A transcript of this deed and a photo copy of the original document is published in the Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry, January 1999, page 2 authored by John G. Cagle of Little Rock, Arkansas. Richard Caswell had originally received the tract of land by a grant from the Colony of North Carolina on May 10, 1760, and he sold it to James Cheney on May 28, 1760, who in turn sold it to John Kegill. John Cheney made a handsome profit on his sale to John, having paid only twenty pounds Proclamation money, a currency issued by the Colony of North Carolina as a supplement to the British pound sterling, which was continually in short supply during the colonial period. John paid seventy-five pounds proclamation money for the same parcel. On May 15, 1764, Mary Cheney, wife of James Cheney, executed her release of dower on the tract of 120 acres which her husband had conveyed to John on February 3, 1764. This document, as recorded in Cumberland County Deed Book 2, page 360-361 was transcribed and a photo copy of the original provided in the January 1999 issue of the Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry. As a matter of interest, Richard Caswell, the original owner of John's land, went on to become Governor of North Carolina and the original tract was for 170 acres, but by the time the tract was sold by James Cheney to John in 1764, the deed lists the tract as only 120 acres. The reason for this discrepancy is unclear, but in 1811 it was corrected by William Cagle, 1788-1860, John's youngest son, who inherited the tract of 120 acres at John's death in799. There were two more entries in the minutes of the Cumberland County Court of Pleasand Quarter Session for November 1764, that being John Kegell as a Road Jury Member to lay off road from Sandhill Smith's and the other from Bear Creek, at Shuffills path to join Spinx's Road. Received a land grant for improvements to property in Moore County, North Carolina in 1796-64A on south side of Cabin Creek adjoining property of George Cagle. Bought 100 acres in February 1764 at Bear Creek where gold was later discovered by Conrad Reed, minor son of John Reed, a German immigrant, that being a 17 pound gold nugget. John Dutchman and his brother David (1728-1780) had homesteaded at this location in 1764. John Dutchman's son John, inherited 150 acres, then moved to Mississippi in the early 1810's and left his land to his brother, George (1760-1830). George gave his land to his son John M. Cagle (1793-1860). He stayed on the

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place and worked the mine, becoming the wealthiest Cagle in America. Tax list of 1767 Cumberland County, North Carolina shows John Dutchman with 310 Acres. From the 1799 Will of John, filed in Moore County, North Carolina, we learn his wife's name and the names of his ten children: Jacob, born 1750's; Elizabeth, born 1750's; George, born 1750's and Mary, born 1760's married James Melton; these four children are thought to be from his first marriage. The next six are thought to be from his second marriage to Catharina Seitz: Henry, born 1770's; Susanna, born 1770's; John, born 1780's-1830's; William, born 1788; Dorety, born 1789, married David Jones; Margaret, born 1790's. It might be speculated that two of these children--Henry and Dorety (Dorothy) were named after John Henry Seitz and Dorotha Elisabeth Felsinger Seitz, who are the parents of Catharina. Received a land grant for improvements to property in Moore County, North Carolina in 1796-64A on South side of Cabin Creek adjoining property of George Cagle. Bought 100 acres in February 1764 at Bear Creek where gold was later discovered by Conrad Reid, minor son of John Reid, a German immigrant, that discovered a 17 pound nugget. John Dutchman and his brother David had homestead at this location in 1764. John Dutchman's son John, inherited 150 acres, then moved to Mississippi in the early 1810's and left his land to his brother, George. George gave his land to his son John M. Cagle. He stayed on the place and worked the mine, becoming the wealthiest Cagle in America. Tax list of 1767 Cumberland County, North Carolina shows John Dutchman Cagle with 310 acres. John made his will in Moore County, North Carolina on May 18, 1798, Will Book A, page 199. John Dutchman is buried in the Cagle Family Cemetery on John's old homestead. You go northeast from junction #1001 and #1434 about 200 yards to an open field on the north side of the road. Then go west across the center of the open field (Old Cagle house stood in the center of this field) for 100 yards to a twin poplar near the edge of the field; continue west for 25 yards to an old road bed leading towards Cabin Creek and to the paddy spring. The cemetery is marked by a tripple red oak. John and his wife are thought to be buried here, along with his son, George and his wife, George's son, John and his wife Martha's tombstones, together with their daughter's tombstone, Lou Cagle Goldston. There are other marked and unmarked graves.

More About JOHN DUTCHMAN CAGLE: Burial: May 1799, The Cagle Cemetery, John Dutchman Cagle Plantation, Moore County, North Carolina Notes for JOHANETTA HARDT: Johanetta's husband gave power of attorney in 1770 to Simon Hart, his neighbor at the forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks, to return to Pennsylvania and collect the Cagle, Sides and Clubb families' share in the estate of Andrew Felsinger, who had died in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. This power of attorney is recorded in Cumberland County Deed Book 3, page 524. The group granting power of attorney aside from John were Henry Sides, Casper Clob/Clubb, Peter Sides and Dorotha Elizabeth Sides who was placed first and the others following in the same order. Regarding the identity of these five, it is known that Dorotha Elizabeth Sides, widow of John Henry Sides was a daughter of Andrew Felsinger of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, and that she had inherited the bulk of his estate, which was to be divided among her and her children. Thus, it would appear that the four men who signed the power of attorney with her were two of her sons, Henry and Peter Sides, and two of her sons-in-law, John Cagle and Casper Clob (who presumably were acting on behalf of their wives). Simon Hart is thought to be either the brother or the father of Johanetta. There was a Simon DeHart of adjoining Amnity Township who was a landowner and taxpayer as early as the 1730's. John and Johanetta were married by the Rev Daniel Schumacher.

Children of JOHN CAGLE and JOHANETTA HARDT are:

i. ELIZABETH3 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1757, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1771-1851, North Carolina; m. UNKNOWN GILMORE, WFT Est. 1771-1804; b. WFT Est. 1740-1760; d. WFT Est. 1774-1846. Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE: Elizabeth was identified in her father's Will of 1799 as "Elizabeth Gilmore" who may have been the wife of a James Gilmore. James was the son of John and Jane Gilmore of Cumberland County, North Carolina who lived in the vicinity of John Dutchman Cagle. 10. ii. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1757, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. August 1843, Moore County, North Carolina.

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MARY CAGLE, b. Bef. 1765, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1779-1859; m. J AMES MELTON, WFT Est. 1779-1812; b. WFT Est. 1750-1770; d. WFT Est. 1784-1856.

Children of JOHN CAGLE and CATHERINE UNKNOWN are:

11. 12. 13. iv. v. vi. vii. HENRY3 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1770, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1845. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1786, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1840, Lawrence County, Mississippi. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1788, Moore County, North Carolina; d. September 18, 1860, Moore County, North Carolina. DORETY CAGLE, b. 1789, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1867; m. DAVID JONES, WFT Est. 1803-1836; b. WFT Est. 1772-1792; d. WFT Est. 1806-1878. More About DORETY CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Dollie" viii. ix. MARGARET CAGLE, b. Aft. 1790, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1781-1874. SUSANNA CAGLE, b. February 05, 1793, Moore County, North Carolina; d. July 1867, North Carolina.

4. DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 29, 1728 in Obermehlingen, Palatinate, Germany, and died April 01, 1793 in Macklenburg, Cabarrus County, North Carolina. He married (1) KATHERINE COCKMAN Abt. 1740 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. She was born 1720 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1784 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married (2) R ACHEL UNKNOWN WFT Est. 17451776. She was born WFT Est. 1724-1743, and died WFT Est. 1745-1828. Notes for DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD CAGLE: From the church record book of Sembach, Germany; Johann Theobald Kegel was the son of Leonhart and Susanna Kegel. Johann Theobald was born 28 April 1728, and baptized 1 May 1728. "Theobald" in Greek form is the name for David which is also "Dewalt" in German. Pennsylvania records also refer to David as "Dewalt". He later began using the Anglo-Saxon name of David Cagle; therefore, Johann Theobald Kegel became David Cagle. North Carolina became America's first gold rush in Cabarrus County. The first find was a 17 pound gold nugget found in Little Meadow Creek by Conrad Reid the minor son of John Reid, a German immigrant. It soon became the nations source of gold. Henry Cagle 1760-1799 had homesteaded at this location in 1764. Old David became the owner and operator of the first gold mine in Moore County, North Carolina. John Dutchman Cagle's son John inherited 150 acres then moved to Mississippi in 1810 and left his land to his brother George 1760-1830. George gave his land to his son John M. Cagle 1793-1860. John stayed on the place and worked the mine becoming the wealthiest Cagle in America. His assets were valued at $35,000 not including his vast land holdings. Some of the Cagle's including David traveled to North Carolina on the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road, some called it the Old Salem Road. When the first Census was taken in 1790, there were ten Cagle families living in Moore County, North Carolina. David did not remain long in Cumberland County for on Jul 20, 1769 he sold his tract of 100 acres which he had bought in 1764 to William Smith; after leaving Cumberland County, David lived for a period of time in Rowan County before settling permanently on the Rocky River in old Mecklenburg (present Cabarrus) County, North Carolina David and his presumed brother, John Dutchman Cagle, acquired land near the same time in early 1764, David's by land entry and John's purchased from James Cheney (February 3, 1764). David's entry shows that his tract of 100 acres lay "about a quarter of a mile from John Caygills, Plantation". John was situated at the forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks (where he remained until his death in 1799). David was situated on Flat Creek, which apparently was a small tributary of either Bear or Cabin Creek. David's survey, of 100 acres does not seem to border directly on any previously owned land, and county, seems to have been sparsely populated at that early date. David made his Land Entry and received his Warrant for Survey on April 21, 1764, made his Survey on July 5, 1764, and received his land Grant on April 25, 1767, as recorded on Land Grant Book No.23, page 24. In 1769, David sold his track of land to William Smith, and moved westward to what is now Cabarrus County, North Carolina. David is known to have ties to three North Carolina Regions: (1) Old Rowan County, 1760, and perhaps also 1750's. Probably lived somewhere along Deep River, either in Randolph or Guilford, was on the tax list sometime in the 1760's with son John, (2) Old Cumberland County, had land patent at forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks in 1767, which he sold in 1769. (3) Cabarrus County, then part of Mecklenburg, had land entry in 1779,

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maybe died there in 1793.

Children of DAVID CAGLE and KATHERINE COCKMAN are:

i. 14. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. LEONARD3 CAGLE, b. 1742, Stanley County, North Carolina; d. 1805, Georgia; m. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1763-1800; b. WFT Est. 1742-1779; d. WFT Est. 1763-1859. JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE, b. 1743, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; d. 1826, Robertson County, Tennessee. DORETY CAGLE, b. 1748; d. WFT Est. 1749-1842. FAITH CAGLE, b. 1749; d. WFT Est. 1750-1843. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1750; d. WFT Est. 1751-1844. JACOB CAGLE, b. April 1755, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. August 14, 1845, Warren County, Tennessee at 90 years of age.. VALENTINE CAGLE, b. 1757, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. 1825, Warren County, Tennessee. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1762, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. 1838, Hardin County, Tennessee.

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Child of DAVID CAGLE and RACHEL UNKNOWN is:

18. ix. CHARLES3 CAGLE, b. 1740, Stanley County, North Carolina; d. 1825, Stanley County, North Carolina.

5. NANCY ANN2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1730 in Germany, and died 1780 in Bedford County, Virginia. She married CHARLES BOOKOUT WFT Est. 1722-1765. He was born WFT Est. 1695-1730, and died WFT Est. 1722-1809 in Mecklinberg County, North Carolina. Children of NANCY CAGLE and CHARLES BOOKOUT are:

i. ii. iii. iv. JOSEPH3 BOOKOUT, b. WFT Est. 1727-1764; d. WFT Est. 1736-1842. BENJAMIN BOOKOUT, b. WFT Est. 1727-1764; d. WFT Est. 1736-1842. JOHN BOOKOUT, b. WFT Est. 1727-1764; d. WFT Est. 1736-1842. MARY BOOKOUT, b. WFT Est. 1727-1764; d. WFT Est. 1736-1845.

6. HENRICH HENRY2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1730 in Rhenish, Palantine, Germany, and died March 22, 1802 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married C ATARINA SEITZ Abt. 1753 in Berks County, Pennsylvania, daughter of JOHANN SEITZ and DOROTHA FELSINGER. She was born 1735 in West Germany, and died 1802 in Near Robbins, Cumberland County, North Carolina. Notes for HENRICH HENRY CAGLE: Moore County, North Carolina Land Grants to Henry on improvements to land: 1792-100A on both sides of Bear Creek; 1795-100A Head of Bear Creek; 1795-100A on both sides of Cow Branch, NW side of Wolf Creek; 1795-50A on both sides of Cow Branch, NW side of Wolf Creek; 1796-25A on both sides of South prong of Bear Creek; 1797-20A on N side of Bear Creek; 1800-21A on both sides of S prong of Bear Creek. Henry lists himself as a property owner in Moore County, North Carolina as early as 1768 and remained until his death in 1802. His home place was on upper Bear Creek in northwest Moore County. Henry, it is believed, joined the migration of the Cagle's from the Pennsylvania to the central part of North Carolina in the mid-1750's, and settled first in old Orange County, North Carolina, in that part which is now Randolph County. Henry was still living in Orange County as late as the 1764-65 period, when he appeared in county records as a witness to land transactions. Among the residents of Orange County who were presumably known to Henry were John and Susannah Mayers, who also owned land in Cumberland County, and who sold to Henry the tract of 200 acres which he bought in Cumberland in 1768. This land was located on the East side of Little Buffalo Creek. Charles, Henry's brother owned the land on the west side. Then Leonard, another brother, received a land grant of 200 acres on December 22, 1768 in the same general area; thus, the three brothers were neighbors. Henry lived on this tract of Buffalo Creek a few years, but did not make it his permanent home; rather, he moved to the region of upper Bear Creek in the extreme NW corner of Cumberland County, where he acquired extensive land holdings prior to his death in 1802. Henry Cagle was single in 1752 Coberdale Township Burks County, Pennsylvania. He moved from Pennsylvania to North Carolina, the winter of 1754/55 place of residence Little Buffalo Creek east of Bear Creek in 1760's but who lived on upper Bear Creek near Montgomery County line in Cumberland County now known as Moore County, North Carolina. Henry married not later than 1754 to Caterana Seitz; the daughter of John Henry Seitz, and Dorthea Felsinger, born 1732 in of West Germany. Henry Cagle, Sr. died after March

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22, 1802, Moore County, North Carolina. Caterana Seitz Cagle died before 1820 Moore County, North Carolina. Her estate was settled March 15, 1822, John G. Cagle Journal December 1989 page 2. Source: Henry's Will October 1988 Cagle Journal page 4. He is buried at his homestead NW Moore County, North Carolina. He may have married twice, this has not been proven. At the time of the 1790 census , Henry Sr. had six sons still at home, including four who were under 16 years of age. (John, Jacob, George, and Martin ). His two oldest sons, William and Christian, were already married and living near Henry. David Cagle, of the 1790 census, may also have been a son of Henry, although he is mentioned neither in the 1800 census nor in Henry's 1802 Will: thus , if he was Henry's son , he must have died sometime during the 1790's. By the time of the 1800 census, Henry's four youngest sons were still living at home, and older sons William , Henry Jr., and Peter were living nearby. Another son , Christian, was absent from the 1800 census-perhaps missed by the census taker, but re-appeared later in the 1810 census of Moore County. By the time of the 1810 census, only the youngest son, Martin , born in or near 1789, was still at home (listed as born between 1784, and 1794); the head of household for that year was Henry's widow, Catharine or Caterana, whose name is given as "Caty". Living near her in the same census were sons Christian, Peter, Henry Jr., John, Jacob and George, all of whom were married by that time. Oldest son William had moved to nearby Randolph County by 1810. Regarding the identity of Henry's daughters Eliza Hubbard and Mary Auman, it must be stated that no additional information has been located on the former: certain facts have been found regarding the life and descendants of the latter, and a full discussion will be given in Volume III, in the chapter on Clay County, Indiana. It might be mentioned at this point, however, that Mary born ca.1780, is thought by some researchers to have been married to Andrew Auman, born, ca.1759, who appeared in various early records of Moore and Randolph Counties, North Carolina. Among their children was Henry Auman (born ca.1804 in Randolph County, and died 1854 in Clay County , Indiana). There is some evidence that this Henry Auman himself was married to a Nancy Cagle (Identity unknown at present). Mary's brother John Cagle, mentioned in the Will below, also moved to Clay County, Indiana, probably in the early 1830's. In the name of God Amen. I Henry Cagle of Moore County, in the State of North Carolina being of weak body, but, of sound and perfect memory and calling to mind the mortality of my body constitute, ordain and appoint this to be my last will and testament in manner and form following. First, I recommend my soul to God that gave it and my body to be decently buried at the discretion of my executors or execution hereafter mentioned and nothing doubting of the resurrection at the last day, and as to my worldly goods which it hath pleased God to (illegible) on me, I give and bequeath in the following manner, item, I give and bequeath my eldest son William Cagle, five shillings current money and no more. Item, I give to my son Christian Cagle fifty-five acres of land joining the land he now lives on and no more. Item, I give and bequeath to my son , Henry Cagle, five shillings and no more. Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Peter Cagle, five shillings and no more. Item, I give and bequeath to my son John Cagle two hundred acres land joining Cornelius Lathem's land except what Mr. John McAulay has taken off. Also twenty-two and one half acres of land joining the said two hundred acres, also one horse that he has now and the two cows and calves, a two year old Bull which he now has and no more. Item, I give and bequeath to my son Jacob Cagle one hundred acres of land and fifty acres of land which I bought of John McAulay lying on the meadow branch of Wolf Creek. Also the horse he now has and one cow and calf and no more. I give and bequeath to my son George Cagle one hundred acres of land joining Peter Cagle's land where he now lives. Item, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Caterana Cagle, two hundred and twenty acres of land containing the plantation whereon I now live, joining the lands of William, Christian, and Henry Cagle whereon they now live and also joining the land of my son _(illegible)_ Cagle, during his natural life, and at her deceased to go to my last son Martin Cagle, and its my will that if my wife lives till the said Martin is twenty-one years of age and it should be his desire to settle himself on the said land, that he may settle on any part but, not to disturb his mother. Item, I give and bequeath to my Daughter-in-law Caterina Cockman five shillings and no more. Item, I give and bequeath daughter Eliza Hubbard fifteen pounds current money and no more. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Auman five shillings and no more, and its my will that my wife to have all my household furniture during her widowhood, but if in case she married the furniture to be equally divided among her and my children and I hereby appoint my wife, Caterina Cagle and my son William Cagle to be executrix and executor of my last will and testament, and doth hereby revoke all other. In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this 22 day of March. In presence of us Henry (X) Cagle, Hardy (X) Davis, Peter Davis, Charles Tyler. More About HENRICH HENRY CAGLE:

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Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Moore County, North Carolina Will: March 22, 1802, Moore County, North Carolina More About CATARINA SEITZ: Aka (Facts Pg): "Caty" Children of HENRICH CAGLE and CATARINA SEITZ are:

19. 20. 21. i. ii. iii. iv. WILLIAM C.3 CAGLE, SR., b. 1754, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1858, Sevier County, Tennessee. CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER CAGLE, b. 1761, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1850, Blount County, Tennessee. INNA CATARINA CAGLE, b. 1765, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1818, Moore County, North Carolina. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Bef. 1767; d. Unknown; m. JAMES HUBBARD; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Eliza" 22. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. MARY CAGLE, b. Bef. 1767, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1830 - 1839, Moore County, North Carolina. UNKNOWN FEMALE CAGLE, b. Bet. 1767 - 1794; d. 1800. HENRICH HENRY CAGLE, JR., b. 1770, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1830, Moore County, North Carolina. PETER CAGLE, b. 1772, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1842, Cherokee County, Georgia. DAVID CAGLE, b. 1773, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1800; m. C ATHERINA COCKMAN, WFT Est. 1790-1799, Moore County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1770-1785, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1790-1872. Notes for CATHERINA COCKMAN: In the Last Will and Testament of Henry, Sr. father of David, Will Book A, page 224, in Moore County, North Carolina, he made provisions for Caterina Cockman with the remark "Five Shillings and no more". 25. 26. 27. 28. x. xi. xii. xiii. JOHN K. CAGLE, b. 1774, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1840, Clay County, Indiana. JACOB CAGLE, b. Abt. 1780, Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1844, Gundy County, Tennessee. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1782, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1864, Moore County, North Carolina. MARTIN CAGLE, b. 1789, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 20, 1857, Montgomery County, North Carolina.

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7. LEONARD2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Bet. 1730 - 1740 in Obermehlingen, Germany, and died Aft. 1820 in Perry County, Tennessee. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1762. She died Unknown. He married (2) SUSANNAH RICHARDSON Abt. 1771 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1738 in Guilford County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1820 in Perry County, Tennessee. Notes for LEONARD CAGLE: He acquired his first property in Cumberland County, North Carolina, in December 1768, by land grant from the colonial land office, on the Little Buffalo Creek. He sold it in 1775, and joined Henry Cagle in the upper Bear Creek region in Northwest Cumberland County. Leonard remained in that area for 20 years, and in the mid 1790's sold his holdings and moved westward to the southwest part of old Montgomery County, North Carolina (now a part of Stanley County), where he was the last to join his brothers Charles and David on the Rocky River. Leonard, who like Henry and John "Dutchman" Cagle had appeared on the 1767 Tax List in Cumberland County, acquired his first property in North Carolina on December 22, 1768, by land grant from the colonial land office. Leonard and wife Susanna lived on this tract a few years and sold this tract of land on Little Buffalo Creek to Stephen Richardson on January 10, 1775, as recorded in Cumberland County, Deed Book 6, pages 289-290 and joined Henry Cagle in the upper Bear Creek region in NW Cumberland remaining in this area for twenty years. The number of acres is not noted in the deed, but it is clear from the survey description that it was the same tract of 200 acres which Leonard had received by land grant from the Colony of North Carolina on December 22, 1768. The 1768 grant is found at entry #389 in the Land Patent Book for Old Cumberland County. The only surviving tax list for old Cumberland County between the years 1755 and 1777 is that of 1767, which shows a total of 1,261 taxable residents among whom are John Dutchman Cagle, Leonard Cagle and Henry Cagle, all

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presumed sons of Leonhart Kegel. John and Henry both, remained permanently in Cumberland County and died there in 1799 and 1802 respectively, (Moore County was formed in 1784 from the NW corner of Cumberland.) Leonard remained in the Cumberland/Moore area until the mid-1790's, at which time he migrated to Montgomery, (present Stanley) County. The tax list shows that John, Henry and Leonard each paid one adult white poll, and that John was owner of one Negro. It will be noted that David and Charles Cagle, brothers of John, Leonard and Henry, were missing from the 1767 Tax List; the reason for their absence is unclear, but it is possible that they began their westward migration in late 1767, after Charles' land survey of April 11, 1767 and David's land grant of April 25, 1767. Leonard is thought to have been last included on a census in the 1820 census of Perry County, Tennessee in the household of Paul Cagle, Sr., his son, who would have been about 35 years of age at this time. The individual in the household 45+ is likely to have been his father who would have been in his 70's or 80's. This, however, has not been proven. Reference Cagle Journal, March 1996. The Cumberland County Deed Book F, page 239, records on January 10, 1775, Leonard Cagle sold 200 acres to Steven Richardson of Cumberland County. Susana's relationship with Steven Richardson is not known. Transaction proved on October 30, 1774 by Bartholomew Dunn who later signed the will of John Dutchman Cagle as a witness and also, appeared as a chain bearer for John Dutchman in the survey of land entry for John in 1796. Leonard is believed to have moved to the upper Bear Creek region in the late 1770's, after sale of his tract on Little Buffalo Creek. Henry appears to have moved from Little Buffalo to Bear Creek at about the same time. Leonard is known to appear once more in the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, in the April term of 1784, shortly before Moore County was formed from the N.W. portion of Cumberland when he was appointed to serve as a juror April 3, 1784. That portion of Cumberland where Leonard lived was changed to Moore County, North Carolina in 1784 and Leonard served in the capacity of juror or grand juror every year from 1785 to 1795 for the newly formed Moore County, North Carolina. Leonard made entry for a grant of 50 acres on September 12, 1788 on Bear Creek in NW Moore County. A warrant of survey was subsequently issued on January 16, 1789 and the Survey was made on March 3, 1789. The grant was issued on December 10, 1790. 1790 Moore Co., NC: Cagle, Leonard 1-7-3 Roger 1-1-2 George 1-0-2 David 1-0-2 1800 Montgomery Co., NC Cagle, Leonard 32201-01001 Mary 101-11001 (wife of Charles) George 02301-01101 David 1001-3001 Benjamin 1001-3001 John 0001-0 Of the six family groups listed in 1800, note Leonard and wife, George and wife, and Mary, wife of Charles, were all in the over 45 age bracket. It seems likely that Leonard, George and Charles were brothers, and born in or near the decade of the 1740's. David and Benjamin were sons of George and had land grants in Montgomery. The 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Registration was participated in by Leonard and sons, David, Roger, George, William, John, Henry and Charles. Only George remained in Clarke County, Georgia after 1807. The others had moved westward with Roger and William settling in Mississippi, and David, John, Henry and Charles settling in Hickman County, Tennessee. Serving with Henry and Charles during the War of 1812 were Adam and Abraham Cagle whom John G. suggest may be their younger brothers. All four served in Captain Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Infantry of Col. John K. Cocke's 2d Regiment of West Tennessee Militia from November 13, 1814 through May 13, 1815. Abraham is known to have died on March 17, 1815 during his military enlistment. Adam was missed by the 1820 Census of Hickman County, Tennessee, as well. He is thought to have died or moved.

Leonard, who like Henry and John "Dutchman" Cagle had appeared on the 1767 Tax List in Cumberland County, acquired his first property in North Carolina on December 22, 1768, by land grant from the colonial land office. Leonard and wife Susanna lived on this tract a few years and sold this tract of land on Little Buffalo Creek to Stephen Richardson on Jan 10, 1775, as recorded in Cumberland County, Deed Book 6, pages 289-90 and joined Henry Cagle in the upper Bear Creek region in NW Cumberland remaining in this area for twenty years. The number of acres is not noted in the deed, but it is clear from the survey description that it was the same tract of 200 acres which Leonard had received by land grant from the Colony of North Carolina on Dec 22, 1768. The 1768 grant is found at entry #389 in the Land Patent Book for Old Cumberland County. The only surviving tax

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list for old Cumberland County between the years 1755 and 1777 is that of 1767, which shows a total of 1,261taxable residents among whom are John Dutchman Cagle, Leonard Cagle and Henry Cagle, all presumed sons of Leonhart Kegel. John and Henry both remained permanently in Cumberland County and died there in 1799 and 1802 respectively, (Moore County was formed in 1784 from the NW corner of Cumberland.) Leonard remained in the Cumberland/Moore area until the mid-1790's, at which time he migrated to Montgomery, (present Stanly) County. The tax list shows that John, Henry and Leonard each paid one adult white poll, and that John was owner of one Negro. It will be noted that David and Charles Cagle, brothers of John, Leonard and Henry, were missing from the 1767 Tax List; the reason for their absence is unclear, but it is possible that they began their westward migration in late 1767, after Charles' land survey of April 11, 1767 and David's land grant of April 25, 1767. Leonard is thought to have been last included in on a census in the 1820 census of Perry County, Tennessee in the household of Paul Cagle, Sr., his son, who would have been about 35 years of age at this time. The individual in the house hold 45+ is likely to have been his father who would have been in his 70's or 80's. This, however, has not been proven. Reference Cagle Journal, March 1996. The 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Registration was participated in by Leonard and sons, David, Roger, George, William, John, Henry and Charles. Only George remained in Clarke County, Georgia after 1807. The others had moved westward with Roger and William settling in Mississippi, and David, John, Henry and Charles settling in Hickman County, Tennessee. Serving with Henry and Charles during the War of 1812 were Adam and Abraham Cagle whom John G. suggest may be their younger brothers. All four served in Captain Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Infantry of Colonel John K. Cocke's 2nd Regiment of West Tennessee Militia from November 13, 1814 through May 13, 1815. Abraham is known to have died on Mar 17, 1815 during his military enlistment. Adam was missed by the 1820 Census of Hickman County, Tennessee, as well. He is thought to have died or moved.

More About LEONARD CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina 1-7-3 page 043 Census 2: 1800, Montgomery County, North Carolina 32401-01001 page 503. Census 3: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee with son Paul Cagle. Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Notes for SUSANNAH RICHARDSON: Susanah's relationship with Steven Richardson is not known. Biographical sketch on the Richardson family of Cumberland County, from page 332 of Mr. Rassie E. Wicker's "Miscellaneous Ancient Records of Moore County, North Carolina". Note that William Richardson Sr. and Thomas Richardson were the earliest known settlers in the North West part of Cumberland County (present Moore). One of these men apparently was the father of Susannah, who married Leonard in the 1760's. On December 22, 1768, Leonard received a land grant of 200 acres on the west side of Little Buffalo Creek, in 1775, Leonard and Susannah sold this tract to Steven Richardson, probably a brother of Susannah's. Steven Richardson lived on the old Salem Road , between Buffalo and Bear Creeks. William Richardson apparently lived in the same area. William and Thomas Richardson were living on the south side of Deep River as early as 1747, and are thus the first families known to have lived in Moore County. There is no further record of Thomas, but William apparently came down on McLendon's Creek and lived on the southeast side of that stream near Bethlehem Church. During the US Federal Census of Perry County, Tennessee, Susanna is thought to be the 45+ female in the household of her son, Henry Cagle; however, this has not been proven.

More About SUSANNAH RICHARDSON: Census: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee with her son, Henry Cagle. Children of LEONARD CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

29. 30. 31. i. ii. iii. ROGER3 CAGLE, b. 1763, Old Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. July 04, 1844, Leake County, Mississippi. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1768, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. 1837, Clarke County, Georgia. DAVID CAGLE, b. Abt. 1770, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1850.

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Children of LEONARD CAGLE and SUSANNAH RICHARDSON are:

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. xiv. xv. WILLIAM3 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1770, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. 1845, Lawrence County, Mississippi. HENRY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1776, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Sevier County, Tennessee. ABSOLOM CAGLE, b. 1778, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1779, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1870, Hickman County, Tennessee. LEONARD CAGLE, JR., b. November 01, 1780, Moore County, North Carolina; d. October 15, 1845, Near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri. SAMPSON CAGLE, b. June 08, 1782, Moore County, North Carolina; d. January 17, 1874, Warren County, Kentucky. ROBERT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1783, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee. JOHN LOUIS CAGLE, b. Abt. 1784, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1835, Lawrence County, Mississippi. PAUL CAGLE, b. 1785, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1865, Clay Township, Dunklin County, Missouri. SIMON JOHNSON CAGLE, b. Abt. 1786, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, New Madrid County, Missouri. ABRAHAM CAGLE, b. Aft. 1790; d. March 17, 1815, Killed in Action during the War of 1812. ADAM CAGLE, b. Abt. 1803, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. 1888, Bethlehem, Johnson County, Illinois; m. FENCILANIA PENCY PATE, August 14, 1823, Davidson County, Tennessee; b. 1804, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Johnson County, Illinois.

8. CHARLES2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1732 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and died 1801 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1749-1781. She was born WFT Est. 1728-1747, and died WFT Est. 1749-1832. He married (2) M ARY UNKNOWN 1766 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She was born 1740 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1810 in Stanly County, North Carolina. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles had settled in Davidson County, Tennessee by 1820 and appeared on the US Federal Census there. Charles surveyed land in 1767 in old Cumberland County, North Carolina. It appears that he did not attempt to follow through and obtain a land grant; rather, he left the county and moved westward, and by 1770 had obtained land in the Rocky River area of old Mecklenburg (Cabarrus) County, North Carolina; he was later joined in that area by his brother David Cagle. In the 1790's, Charles moved to nearby Montgomery (Stanly) County, North Carolina, where he lived in the Island Creek Area and where he died in 1801. The 1767 Survey in old Cumberland County was located on Little Buffalo Creek, where Leonard Cagle, his brother who purchased a tract of 200 acres on the East side of Little Buffalo Creek on October 24, 1768 and Leonard Cagle, who received a land grant for 200 acres on the same stream on December 22, 1768. Jacob Stutz (Stutts), Charles' neighbor in 1767, a German immigrant, had lived near the Cagle's in Oley Township, in Berks County, Pennsylvania, in the 1750's also, relocated to this area about the same time. Enoch Cagle married Jacob Stutz daughter, Nancy. Charles Cagle was married to Mary, she was born 1740 . He had a grandson named Jacob born 1815, when his father died , he was nine years old, his mother put him in another home so he could learn the trade of a blacksmith. Jacob lived with this family until he was twenty one years. When he left, they gave him some money and a pair of pants and a new shirt.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1790, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Residence: 1790, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Children of CHARLES CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

41. i. ii. iii. 42. 43. iv. v. vi. JACOB3 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1766, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. October 20, 1856, Hall County, Georgia. GLORY CAGLE, b. Aft. 1766, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1767-1860. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1770, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1826; m. J OHN WAGGONER, February 26, 1804, Davidson County, Tennessee; b. 1782; d. 1850, Williamson County, North Carolina. LEONARD CAGLE, b. Abt. 1770, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; d. 1840, Tennessee. CHARLES CAGLE, JR., b. 1770, North Carolina; d. 1823. SUSANNA CAGLE, b. Aft. 1770, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1830; m. C ONRAD HARTWICK, JR., Bef. 1790, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1745-1771; d. WFT Est. 1795-1858.

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Notes for SUSANNA CAGLE: Susannah was in the Census of Mecklenburg, North Carolina in 1810 then, moved to Davidson County, Tennessee with her husband.

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JOHN CAGLE, b. 1775, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1792-1865. MARGARET CAGLE, b. Aft. 1775, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1819-1870. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1776, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1800; m. E LIAS HORN, WFT Est. 1780-1808; b. WFT Est. 1749-1769; d. 1822, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Kitty" More About ELIAS HORN: Will: January 1822, Probated August 1822

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MAGDALENE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1780, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1837; m. JACOB TUCKER, Abt. 1790, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; b. January 01, 1774, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; d. December 31, 1837, Stanly County, North Carolina. More About JACOB TUCKER: Burial: January 01, 1838, Flat Rock Cemetery, Stanley County, North Carolina

9. GEORGE2 CAGLE (LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1745 in Oley Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and died November 06, 1825 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married (1) J UDITH SIMPSON. She died Unknown. He married (2) REBECCA CAGLE Bef. 1768 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1752 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died 1838 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Alternate Died: November 06, 1825, Montgomery County, North Carolina Notes for REBECCA CAGLE: The following letter is from Rebecca to her son David. This was taken from the August 2, 1928 edition of the Pickens County Progress, Jasper, Georgia. State of North Carolina, Montgomery County November 3, 1826 Dear Son and Daughter: I gladly embrace this opportunity of writin to you that I am well at present, thanks be to God for His mercies, hoping that this my letter may find you and your families enjoying good health. I am living with my son Benjamin, on Long Creek and I am very satisfied. You wrote to us to know what sort of crops there were here. I answer bad enough: The spring and the fore part of the summerer were remarkably dry. The crop of wheat was not very good and the oat crop was almost entirely lost. The prospect of corn crop was so gloomy that it appeared that we must certainly suffer though about harvest it become more seasonable and I think there is plenty of corn made in this section of country. We received your letter on the 30th day of October which gave me great satisfaction to hear that you were all well, altho it would be a good deal more pleasure to me to see you all than to hear of you. You wrote to me to know where Susanna lived. We received a letter from her the first of July last that gave us great satisfaction to hear that they were all well at that time and also well satisfied with their country. They live in Tennysee state, Bledsoe County. They wrote to us if we wrote to them to direct our letters to Pickinsville post office. They wrote to us that they had received a letter from Cousin Robert, dated October 12th, 1825, which informed them that they were all well at thet time. He lives in Tennysee state, Perry county. Also we received letters from Cousins Sampson and Leonard on the 1st of July, 1826, which gave us much satisfaction to hear that they were all well at that time. They live in Kentucky, Warren County. Sampson lives in about four miles of Martinsville post office.

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Ther has been the sickliest times in this section that I ever saw and the slow fever is in places yet and I will send the names of them of your acquaintances that are dead: George Springer and Peter Tucker died one in the morning and the other in the evening and were both carried to the grave in one wagon together; old Mrs Betsy Snow and Suzanna Cagle, Cou. George's wife, who died in September last; and Andrew Watt, Isham Honeycutt, Nehemiah Hearn and a number of others. I want to be remembered to relations and inquiring friends, so no more at present, but remain your affectionate mother until death. Rebecca Cagle

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and REBECCA CAGLE are:

46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. HENRY3 CAGLE, b. 1762, Cumberland County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1838, Montgomery County, North Carolina. DAVID M. CAGLE, b. November 25, 1767, Stanley County, North Carolina; d. 1852, Henry County, Georgia. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE, b. June 26, 1774, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. February 1843, Stanly County, North Carolina. GEORGE CAGLE, JR., b. July 08, 1777, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. Bef. May 1851, Stanly County, North Carolina. JOHN M. CAGLE, b. 1780, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1858, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee. SUSANNAH C. CAGLE, b. February 11, 1781, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1850, Warren County, Tennessee. JACOB CAGLE, b. 1784, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1785-1874. CHARLES ROBERT CAGLE, b. January 25, 1786, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. April 09, 1864, Stanly County, North Carolina. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. January 04, 1789, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1867, Georgia; m. J ACOB HAGLER, WFT Est. 1803-1835; b. WFT Est. 1772-1792; d. WFT Est. 1806-1878. Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE: Elizabeth and Jacob are mentioned in the 1790's in the records of the Reverend Marcard, the German reformed minister of Mecklenburg and Montgomery Counties, North Carolina. In the decade of the 1810's or 1820's, Elizabeth and Jacob migrated to Henry County, Georgia, where they lived near her brother, David Cagle, 1767-1852.

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REBECCA LOUISA CAGLE, b. April 05, 1791, Moore County, North Carolina; d. June 15, 1873, Stanly County, North Carolina.

Generation No. 3 10. GEORGE3 CAGLE (JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1757 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. August 1843 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN Abt. 1779 in North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1760 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1855 in North Carolina. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: In August 1793, in the Minutes of the Moore County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, it is recorded that two of the men selected for road jury duty were William Smith, Jr. and Captain George Cagle (son of John "Dutchman" Cagle, d. 1799).

More About GEORGE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Cagle Family Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Census: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina Tax List: 1815, Moore County, North Carolina Children of GEORGE CAGLE and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:

i. HENRY4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1780, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1781-1870.

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ISAAC CAGLE, b. Abt. 1790, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1850, Marshall County, Mississippi. JACOB CAGLE, b. 1790, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1850, Georgia. JOHN M. CAGLE, b. 1793, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1860, Moore County, North Carolina.

11. HENRY3 CAGLE (JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1770 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1845. He married CLARA ANN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1790-1819. She was born Abt. 1777, and died Bef. 1840. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry began appearing in records of Hancock County, Georgia as early as 1794.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and CLARA UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MARY POLLY4 CAGLE, b. 1795; d. Aft. 1840; m. D AVID TIDD, JR., 1815, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1768-1795; d. WFT Est. 1818-1882. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1800, Georgia; d. Aft. 1840; m. J OSEPH TIDD, 1816, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 17711800, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1821-1887. SALLY CAGLE, b. 1802, Georgia; d. Aft. 1840; m. D AVID LONG, 1820, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1775-1802; d. WFT Est. 1825-1889. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1806, Georgia; d. Aft. 1860, Georgia; m. JEREMIAH REEVES, 1823; b. WFT Est. 17781806; d. WFT Est. 1828-1893. UNKNOWN SON CAGLE, b. 1808, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1809-1898. PHEBE CAGLE, b. 1812, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1834-1906; m. DEMPSEY CARRINGTON, 1827; b. WFT Est. 1782-1812; d. WFT Est. 1832-1899. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1815, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1838-1909; m. WILLIAM MADDOX, 1832, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1787-1815; d. WFT Est. 1837-1902. REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1818, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1850-1912; m. (1) B ENJAMIN BRANTLEY, 1844, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1797-1824; d. WFT Est. 1849-1910; m. (2) J OHN W. BRANTLEY, 1845, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1797-1825; d. WFT Est. 1850-1910.

12. JOHN3 CAGLE (JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1786 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1840 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He married (1) PERCILLA HAYNES. She was born 1786, and died September 15, 1868 in Attala County, Mississippi. More About JOHN CAGLE: Military service: 1812, Private, Nixon's 13th Regiment, Mississippi Militia, in the War of 1812 Occupation: Farmer Notes for PERCILLA HAYNES: Information from Sara Manning's Family Tree states that she died in 1858. Precilla was accompanied in the late 1830's by her son, Isaac to the Holmes County region of central Mississippi.

More About PERCILLA HAYNES: Burial: September 16, 1868, Cagle-Swinney Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Children of JOHN CAGLE and PERCILLA HAYNES are:

57. 58. i. ii. iii. ISAAC R.4 CAGLE, d. Unknown. MARY ALINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1806; d. Unknown. GREENBERRY CAGLE, b. February 28, 1813, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. January 20, 1895, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi.

Children of JOHN CAGLE are:

59. iv. v. HENRY4 CAGLE, b. August 13, 1807, North Carolina; d. May 01, 1888, Carrol County, Mississippi. JAMES CAGLE, b. July 19, 1812, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. February 16, 1895, Lincoln County, Mississippi; Stepchild.

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More About JAMES CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Old Saron Cemetery, Brookhaven, Lawrence County, Mississippi

13. WILLIAM3 CAGLE (JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1788 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died September 18, 1860 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Bef. 1810 in Moore County, North Carolina. She died Unknown. He married (2) SARAH BRUER Abt. 1819 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of WILLIAM BRUER. She was born Bet. 1794 - 1800 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1880 in Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: William inherited his fathers old homestead of 120 acres at the forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks. The original grant of this land was to Richard Caswell in 1760 and was for 170 acres, but by the time the tract was sold by James Cheney to William's father in 1764, the deed was for only 120 acres. So, in 1811 it was corrected by William who requested a survey of "surplus land" in the forks of Bear and Cabin Creeks, and it was found that 37 acres was still available next to the tract of 120 acres. William subsequently received this 37 acres by land grant on December 18, 1811; thus, his place totalled 157 acres, which approximated the original tract of 170 acres. As a matter of interest, the transcript of the survey indicates George Cagle, the older brother of William was the chain-bearer. William and son, Henry, both entered land on Little Creek on February 17, 1845. William's survey for 50 acres was on August 13, 1845 and Henry's survey, also for 50 acres was on August 14, 1845 and adjoined that of his father's, William. This was in Moore County, North Carolina. William is buried with his wife at the SheffieldCagle Cemetery. Also, buried there are Henry, William's son, and his wife Elizabeth.

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Burial: September 20, 1860, Sheffield-Cagle Cemetery, Northwest Moore County, North Carolina Census 1: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina with wife and four children. Census 2: 1840, Moore County, North Carolina 00010001-1011101 Census 3: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina, page 250, at age 62. Jury Duty: May 1824, Moore County, North Carolina, Superior Court Jury Duty 2: May 1827, Moore County, North Carolina, Superior Court Notes for SARAH BRUER: Sarah was living with her daughter in 1880 at the age of 87 and is buried in the Sheffield-Cagle cemetery located near the old Doss Allred Place. You go southeast on a private dirt road that runs behind Bascom Chapel Church to the Allred place approximately 3 miles. The Cemetery is just off the walnut grove where the Allred house once stood.

More About SARAH BRUER: Burial: Aft. 1880, Sheffield-Cagle Cemetery, Northwest Moore County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina with husband Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

60. 61. 62. i. ii. iii. HENRY4 CAGLE, b. December 01, 1811, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 04, 1876, Moore County, North Carolina. JENNIE JANE CAGLE, b. 1813, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1851-1908. JOHN B. CAGLE, b. 1814, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1815-1904, Moore County, North Carolina.

Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and SARAH BRUER are:

63. 64. iv. v. vi. vii. HARMON HERMAN4 CAGLE, b. 1819, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1893, Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia. ISAAC CAGLE, b. 1822, Georgia; d. Aft. 1900. MARTHA PATSY CAGLE, b. 1825, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1819-1923. CATHERINE KATE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1836, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1837-1930.

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More About CATHERINE KATE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Kate viii. WILLIAM CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1840, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1841-1930.

14. JOHN FRANCIS3 CAGLE (DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1743 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and died 1826 in Robertson County, Tennessee. He married (1) MARY UNKNOWN 1769 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was born 1757 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1794-1848 in Tennessee. He married (2) M ARGARET HARDWICK Aft. 1792. She was born WFT Est. 1741-1775, and died WFT Est. 1797-1862. Notes for JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE: John migrated from Cabarrus County, North Carolina to Davidson County, Tennessee about 1800. The Cagle's of Cheatham County, Tennessee are a remnant of the family of John Cagle. Cheatham County was formed in 1856 from Davidson, Dickson and Montgomery Counties and it is possible that part or all of the Cagle's listed in the Census of Davidson for 1820 through 1850 were actually living in what is now Cheatham County. Some members of this family group also lived in adjoining Robertson County at various times. Descendants of John migrated to Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and Texas.

John made a will in Robertson County, Tennessee, 18 May 1826. The following is John's will: "In the name of God, Amen. I, John Cagle of Robertson County, and State of Tennessee, being in a low state of health yet through the mercies of God have my perfect understanding and calling to mind that it is appointed to all men once to die do constitute this my last will and testament and most humbly bequeath my soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be decently buried in a Christian like burial at the discretion of my executors believing it will rise again at the last day---And as respects my temporal concerns after my just debts is paid I give to my Wife Mary Cagle all my personal estate consisting of one mare, four head of cattle, with household furniture and money, during her natural life and at her decease if there is anything left, I give it to my beloved son Jacob Cagle in witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this eighteenth day of May in the year of our Lord 1826." Jacob (X) Cagle, Robert Heaton, William Boyt. (Note that the will is signed by Jacob. Jacob's name was erroneously entered, instead of John's name, by the clerk who entered the will into the book at the courthouse.)" As the story was told John's daughter Mary Ann was a young girl, and was walking on the Boardwalk of Nashville, Tennessee 1809 . When Felix , son of Nashville's pioneer, Jacques Timothe Bauchrer Demunbreun. Timothy Demunbreun declared " If that is not spoken for she will be my wife. Mary Ann had Indian ancestry, thus explaining her known reputation as an excellent midwife and Indian herbologist. Thus, Mary Ann Cagle Demunbreun may have learned her Herb doctoring from an Indian mother or a Indian grandmother. So the story goes, the Cagle family, while living in North Carolina, took in a Indian girl, considered terminally ill by her Indian tribe, later the Indian girl recovered and married one of the Cagle's sons. John Cagle, Sr. was married twice, first to Mary, last name unknown. Second time to Margaret Hardwick. Notes and information is from John G. Cagle's books on the Cagle's.

More About JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE: Will: May 18, 1826, Robertson County, Tennessee Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

65. i. ii. JACOB4 CAGLE, b. 1770, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1838, Barry County, Missouri. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1776, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1830, Sagamon County, Illinois. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Davidson County, Tennessee

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Census 2: 1830, Sangamon County, Illinois 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1780, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; d. Aft. April 20, 1858, Haralson County Georgia or Calhoun County, Alabama. JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE, JR., b. 1782, Moore County, North Carolina; d. June 1854, Henderson County, North Carolina. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1783, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1860, Williamson County, North Carolina. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. 1787, Moore County, North Carolina; d. May 06, 1876, Metcalf County, Kentucky. CHARLES B. CAGLE, b. 1791, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1865, Arkansas. ELIJAH CAGLE, b. 1792, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1884, Arkansas.

15. JACOB3 CAGLE (DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 1755 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died August 14, 1845 in Warren County, Tennessee at 90 years of age.. He married (1) SARAH SALLY UNKNOWN 1821 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. She was born 1777 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married (2) LUCY DARROUGH May 01, 1826 in Davidson County, Tennessee. She was born 1770 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1845. Notes for JACOB CAGLE: Jacob was a Revolutionary War Veteran from Moore County, North Carolina. He moved to Warren County, Tennessee in about 1812. He also lived in Buncombe County, North Carolina before moving to Tennessee. In 1834, Jacob filed for a pension as a Revolutionary War Soldier. The pension was approved and Jacob drew it until his death August 14, 1845. Jacobs first wife, Lucy, was the mother of all his children and his second wife Sarah "Sally" had no children. Jacob was the first son to be born in the Deep River area of North Carolina in April 1755. In the South, in Guilford Region, Jacob's will was recorded July 5, 1836. Jacob and his second wife married 1821. Jacob and his first wife had five sons and two daughters. Jacob was listed in the Census of 1800, Moore County, North Carolina, 1810 Census of Buncombe County, North Carolina; 1820 Census of Warren County, Tennessee; 1830 Census of Warren County, Tennessee; Census takers missed him in the 1840 Census of Warren County, Tennessee, however, he is known to have died there in 1845. His sons Charles and Henry also died there. Jacob was 66 years old and Sarah was 45 years old when they married in 1821. In 1800, Jacob moved back to the Mecklenburg County area, perhaps to Cabarrus County, which had been formed in 1792 from that part of Mecklenburg where he had lived in 1779. During this same decade, Jacob moved westward to Buncombe County, and his entry of 200 acres of on Odell's Mill Shoal, a tributary of the west fork of the French Broad River, in 1807 probably marks his time of arrival in the County. This land now lies in Transylvania County, North Carolina, though at that time it was a part of old Buncombe County. Jacob appeared in the 1810 Census of Buncombe., but was absent from the next census in 1820.

JACOB CAGLE 1834 Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files: Jacob Cagle R1581,C Line, sol appl July 29, 1834 Warren County Tennessee, aged 78, enlisted in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina and later moved to Cumberland County, North Carolina and also enlisted there and after his service moved back to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina for several years then moved to Buncombe County, North Carolina for 8 to 10 years, then to Warren County, Tennessee about 1810. In 1820 married a 2nd wife in Buncombe County, North Carolina and sold August 14, 1845. (Submitted by Researcher Joseph H. Childress who adds: He was approved and received an annual pension until his death, but his widow, a 2nd wife, applied in the 1850's but was not approved. Jacob was living in Warren County by 1812, see tax lists. He is seen in the1820 and 1830 census. He gave his pension statement in April 29, 1834 in Warren County, Tennessee before P. Henderson, clerk. John Rogers and Jacob Woodley attested to his character and J.C. Mitchell was the Judge. He was granted a pension of $40.00 per year and drew the pension until his death in 1845. He lived in Warren County, Tennessee for the final 35 years of his life. Joseph H. Childress, DDS)

More About JACOB CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1810, Buncombe County, North Carolina

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Census 4: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 5: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Tax List: 1812, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for SARAH SALLY UNKNOWN: Sarah applied for a Revolutionary War Pension as a widow of a Revolutionary War Soldier, Jacob Cagle, and was rejected for unknown reasons. Sarah was enumerated in the household of Mary Woodie in the 1850 Census of Warren County, Tennessee. Sarah "Sally" Cagle was Jacob's second wife and was not the mother of any of Jacob's children. They were married in 1821 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. Jacob was 66 yrs of age and Sarah was 45.

More About SARAH SALLY UNKNOWN: Aka (Facts Pg): "Sally" Applied for pension: March 09, 1853, Was rejected for unknown reasons. Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee in the household of Mary Woodie Notes for LUCY DARROUGH: Lucy was in Sangamon County, Illinois during the 1830 Census. Husband Jacob, died about 1838 and Lucy moved to Dickson County, Tennessee by the time of the 1840 Census. Some time before the 1850 census for Jasper County Missouri, she had moved and married Elida Burns and had five more children. At this time, the youngest child of Jacob, Margaret L. F. Cagle was the last Cagle child in the family. She was eleven years old at this time.

Children of JACOB CAGLE and LUCY DARROUGH are:

72. 73. i. ii. iii. iv. v. 74. 75. 76. vi. vii. viii. LEONARD4 CAGLE, d. Unknown. JACOB CAGLE, JR., b. 1775, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1850, Warren County, Tennessee at 75 years of age.. CHARLES CAGLE, b. February 11, 1780, Moore County, Tennessee; d. November 04, 1843, Warren County, Tennessee at 63 years of age.. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. April 14, 1789, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1803-1883; m. J AMES HUBBARD, WFT Est. 1803-1836; b. WFT Est. 1772-1792; d. WFT Est. 1806-1878. SARAH ANN CAGLE, b. 1790, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1824-1885, Marshall County, Alabama; m. ROBERT LEWIS, 1819; b. WFT Est. 1770-1799; d. WFT Est. 1824-1884. HENRY PINKNEY CAGLE, b. 1793, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1843, Warren County, Tennessee. JOHN DAVID CAGLE, b. April 09, 1800, Moore County, North Carolina; d. February 03, 1869, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. February 03, 1803, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1895.

16. VALENTINE3 CAGLE (DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1757 in Rowan County, North Carolina, and died 1825 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married C ATHERINE UNKNOWN 1785 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born 1757 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1799-1861. Notes for VALENTINE CAGLE: Valentine was a farmer. The following lore is relayed by descendents of Valentine concerning his grandson George Cagle and referred to as the Angel Story. "When I was ten, my father brought George to live with us, so he could learn to farm. On June 2, 1808, George was sent out about a quarter of a mile from our house to pile up the brush heaps for burning. About 10:00 A.M., George came running to the house very scared and excited, he entered the front door calling "Aunt Claudia" where is Delia. My mother replied, she is playing in the back yard. No, No said George, exclaiming she is an angel!! She has on a white robe and she has wings, I saw her flying from one brush pile to another, it was Delia, I know it was. He ran to the back yard looking for Delia, she was playing and George saw her there, and everything was alright. Yet, he was convinced he saw her as an Angel. On June 4th, just two days after George's vision, Delia became ill, and on the 9th of June she was claimed by death." Valentine was born on the upper Deep River, in or near the present county of Guilford, North Carolina. He migrated with his father and brothers to what is now Moore County, North Carolina where he grew up during the

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1760's and 1770's. As a young man he accompanied his father and brothers to what is now the Cabarrus/Stanly County region of North Carolina; there Valentine acquired land in the 1780's, and lived until 1798-99. At that time, he moved his family to old Buncombe County, present Henderson County, North Carolina, where he acquired land along Hooper's Creek. His household in the 1800 census of Buncombe County showed four sons and three daughters at home. The sons are believed to have been Valentine, Jr., born about 1786, Charles, b. 1790s, Henry, born about 1793, and John, 1798-1863. There also may have been a fifth son, George born about 1789. All of these sons eventually made their way into northern Alabama in the 1830's, settling in Winston, Marion, Dekalb, and Jackson Counties. With the opening of Indian Lands to white settlement in south-central Tennessee in 1807, Valentine soon left old Buncombe County, North Carolina and migrated to that section of Tennessee. His absence from the 1810 census of Buncombe might suggest that he moved to Tennessee sometime during the 1807-1810 era. Joining him in Warren County, Tennessee where he settled, was his brother Jacob, b. 1755 and both men were present on the Warren County Tax List of 1812. Valentine, Sr. did not appear in the 1820 census, and may have died in the 1810's. Afterward, his sons split up in different areas, Valentine, Jr. and Henry in White County, Illinois, George and John in Marion County, Tennessee, and Charles in Warren County, Tennessee - before regrouping in Walker, present Winston, County, Alabama in the mid-1830's. By the 1840's, Valentine, Jr., and George had settled in the Jackson/Dekalb area of Alabama.

More About VALENTINE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Velti" Alternate Born: 1756, Moore County, North Carolina Census 1: 1790, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Buncombe County, North Carolina Occupation: Farmer Tax List 1: 1812, Warren County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1815, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for CATHERINE UNKNOWN: She married her first cousin. More About CATHERINE UNKNOWN: Baptism: 1798, St. John's Lutheran Church, Cabarrus County, North Carolina Children of VALENTINE CAGLE and CATHERINE UNKNOWN are:

77. 78. 79. 80. 81. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. 82. vii. JACOB4 CAGLE, b. 1778, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1826-1870. VALENTINE CAGLE, JR., b. February 12, 1787, Cabarrus, North Carolina; d. 1850, Jackson County, Alabama. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. January 21, 1789, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Jackson County, Alabama. HENRY CAGLE, b. July 11, 1793, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. 1863, Alabama. ANNA CAGLE, b. May 1794, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. 1829, Hall County, Georgia at the age of 35 years.. DELILA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1796, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. June 09, 1808, Cabarrus County, North Carolina. JOHN ADAM CAGLE, b. January 17, 1798, South Carolina; d. 1880, Winston County, Alabama at the age of 66 years..

17. HENRY3 CAGLE (DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1762 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died 1838 in Hardin County, Tennessee. He married E LIZABETH WAGGONER Abt. 1779, daughter of CONRAD WAGGONER and EVE UNKNOWN. She was born WFT Est. 1740-1768, and died WFT Est. 1801-1857. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Most of the family moved to Hardin County, Tennessee in the 1820's and then to New Madrid County, Missouri about 1838. He filed for vacant land in Hardin County in 1837, but never completed the process to get the title to the land. This family also lived in Montgomery and Cabarrus Counties for several years before pulling up stakes for Tennessee. There were five Cagle's listed in the 1833 Census of Hardin County, Tennessee. Hardin County, the numbers represent the order in which the census taker wrote down the names. They were:

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No. 430, Henry Cagle; No. 431 George Cagle; and No. 432 Henry Cagle, Sr. Nos. 430, Henry and No. 431 George are the son of David, b. 1728, Germany. No. 432 Henry Cagle, Sr. was the son of Old Leonard Kegel. His survey for land in Hardin County, Tennessee was dated July 3, 1837.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Cabarrus County, North Carolina Census 3: 1810, Cabarrus County, North Carolina Census 4: 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina Tax List: 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH WAGGONER are:

83. 84. 85. 86. i. ii. iii. iv. GEORGE4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1780, Mechlenburg, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. 1840, New Madrid County, Missouri. HENRY CAGLE, JR, b. 1780, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. Bef. June 1857, New Madrid County, Missouri. DAVID CAGLE, b. Bef. 1790, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1845. CHARLES B. CAGLE, b. 1799, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Winston County, Alabama.

18. CHARLES3 CAGLE (DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1740 in Stanley County, North Carolina, and died 1825 in Stanley County, North Carolina. He married (1) M ARY UNKNOWN. She died Unknown. He married (2) MARY UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1758-1792. She was born WFT Est. 1737-1760, and died WFT Est. 1783-1847. Child of CHARLES CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN is:

i. LLOYD H.4 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1759-1794, Stanley County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1767-1873.

19. WILLIAM C.3 CAGLE, SR. (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1754 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1858 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1771-1802. She was born WFT Est. 1750-1770, and died Abt. 1820 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married (2) MARY BARETT 1787 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of W ILLIAM BARRETT and PATIENCE UNKNOWN. She was born 1759 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Notes for WILLIAM C. CAGLE, SR.: Family verbal lore passed down that William Sr. died when a horse threw him off at the age of 104 and that both he and Mary were centurions.

More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE, SR.: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1810, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 4: 1820, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 5: 1830, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 6: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 7: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee More About MARY BARETT: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and MARY BARETT are:

87. 88. 89. i. ii. iii. WILLIAM C.4 CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1780, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1788, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1870, Hamilton County, Illinois. MARY CELIA CAGLE, b. 1800, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown, Blount County, Tennessee.

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JOHN N. CAGLE, b. 1802, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee. MARY CAGLE, b. 1805; d. Unknown; m. J AMES ROGERS, Blount County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1808, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Clay County, Indiana; m. H ENRY ORMAN, Blount County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1804, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown, Clay County, Indiana. More About NANCY CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Clay County, Indiana More About HENRY ORMAN: Burial: Unknown, Clay County, Indiana

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ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1812, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown, Philadelphia, Tennessee; m. (1) JOHN HALTOM, WFT Est. 1826-1859; d. Unknown; m. (2) ALEXANDER GARNER, WFT Est. 18261859; d. Unknown; m. (3) JEFF DUNLAP, WFT Est. 1826-1859; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Oak Grove Cemetery, Philadelphia, Tennessee

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GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1812, Randolph County, Tennessee; d. June 03, 1883, Sevier County, Tennessee. ISHAM CAGLE, b. 1815, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1816-1905. PHERIBY CAGLE, b. 1816, Randolph County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1890, Monroe County, Tennessee; m. WILLIAM BAINE, JR., November 05, 1851, Monroe County, Tennessee; b. October 15, 1795, Kannopolis, North Carolina; d. November 20, 1881, Polk County, Tennessee. More About WILLIAM BAINE, JR.: Burial: November 1881, Cookson Creek Cemetery, Polk County, Tennessee

20. CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1761 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Blount County, Tennessee. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Bef. 1790. She was born WFT Est. 1753-1779, and died WFT Est. 1812-1869. He married (2) PATIENCE CARDWELL December 28, 1822 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1805, and died WFT Est. 1826-1893. He married (3) NANCY WHEELER August 14, 1836 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1760-1818, and died WFT Est. 1839-1907. Notes for CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER CAGLE: Moore County, North Carolina Land Grants for improvements on property; 1791-100A on N side of Bear Creek; 1796-50A on N side of Bear Creek. Christian appeared in the 1785 Census for Moore County with three people in the household, then again in 1790, still with three people in the household and again in 1810 and 1820. By 1830, he had moved to Blount County, Tennessee and appeared on the census there with one other member of the household. He was missing from the 1840 Census for Blount County, but reappeared in the 1850 Census living in the household of Goodrich Mangrum, perhaps his son-in-law. This group headed by Christian Cagle, (1761-1850's) and William Cagle (1754-1850's), the two oldest sons of Henry Cagle, Sr. who had migrated from Pennsylvania to Orange (present Moore) County, North Carolina in the 1750's, and then settled in old Cumberland (Present Moore) County, North Carolina in the 1760's, where he died in 1802 on the upper reaches of Bear Creek in North West Moore County. It seems likely that Enoch Cagle, Sr. was a grandson of either William or Christian Cagle, and a great-grandson of Henry Cagle, Sr., although the exact connection cannot be traced at this time. By the 1860 Federal Census, Enoch had moved his family to Monroe County, Tennessee where he and wife Sarah were enumerated with all eight of their known children which consisted of those in the 1850 census of Bradley County, plus Eliza, age 6, Tennessee and Minerva, age 4, Tennessee.

More About CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1810, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1820, Unknown Census 4: 1830, Blount County, Tennessee

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Census 5: 1850, Blount County, Tennessee Marriage Notes for CHRISTIAN CAGLE and PATIENCE CARDWELL: Other information from David Cagle, Hardin County, Tennessee states that they were married December 26, 1822 and another source states that they were married December 12, 1812. Children of CHRISTIAN CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

92. 93. i. ii. iii. iv. v. GEORGE4 CAGLE, b. Bef. 1790; d. WFT Est. 1811-1904. JACOB CAGLE, b. 1808, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1832-1899. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Bef. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1904. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Bef. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1904. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Bef. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1904.

21. INNA CATARINA3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1765 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1818 in Moore County, North Carolina. She married J OSEPH COCKMAN Abt. 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina. He was born November 11, 1743 in Norfolk, England, and died 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina. Children of INNA CAGLE and JOSEPH COCKMAN are:

94. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. JANE4 COCKMAN, b. WFT Est. 1772-1799; d. WFT Est. 1777-1882. MICHAEL COCKMAN, b. WFT Est. 1772-1799; d. WFT Est. 1778-1879. MARY COCKMAN, b. Abt. 1781, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1860, Wayne County, Tennessee. JOHN WESLEY COCKMAN, b. Abt. 1785, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1860, Moore County, North Carolina; m. MARY MORGAN, WFT Est. 1802-1835; b. WFT Est. 1781-1801; d. WFT Est. 1802-1885. SARAH COCKMAN, b. 1785, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1851, Wayne County, Tennessee. MARGARET COCKMAN, b. Abt. 1795, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 07, 1868, Wayne County, Tennessee. JOSEPH COCKMAN, JR., b. October 09, 1796, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1869, Maury County, Tennessee. UNKNOWN COCKMAN, b. Abt. 1798, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1799-1892. UNKNOWN COCKMAN, b. 1800, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1801-1894.

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22. MARY3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Bef. 1767 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1830 - 1839 in Moore County, North Carolina. She married (1) R. L. RUSMAN Bef. 1790. He was born WFT Est. 1746-1778, and died WFT Est. 1796-1865. She married (2) ANDREW AUMAN 1790 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He was born 1759 in Huntington Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, and died 1839. Children of MARY CAGLE and ANDREW AUMAN are:

98. i. ii. iii. DAVID4 AUMAN, b. November 27, 1800, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. December 06, 1888, Wapello County, Iowa. BARBARA AUMAN, b. Abt. 1802, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1803-1896. HENRY AUMAN, b. 1805, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1805-1894. More About HENRY AUMAN: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana iv. v. SARAH AUMAN, b. Abt. 1806, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1807-1900. ANDREW AUMAN, JR., b. May 12, 1808, North Carolina; d. March 07, 1889, Indiana. More About ANDREW AUMAN, JR.: Census 1: 1840, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1850, Clay County, Indiana vi. MARTIN AUMAN, b. September 27, 1809, North Carolina; d. April 20, 1859, Indiana. More About MARTIN AUMAN: Census 1: 1840, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1850, Clay County, Indiana vii. ELIZABETH AUMAN, b. July 17, 1828; d. WFT Est. 1829-1922.

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POLLY ANN AUMAN, b. November 01, 1832, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1846-1926; m. W ILLOUGHBY DAVIS, WFT Est. 1846-1879, Blount County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1815-1835; d. WFT Est. 1849-1921.

23. HENRICH HENRY3 CAGLE, JR. (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1770 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1830 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married E LIZABETH CAGLE Abt. 1793 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1773 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for HENRICH HENRY CAGLE, JR.: Henry remained in Moore County, and died about 1830's. His estate was not settled until 1845. It is possible he was missed in the 1840 census of Moore County and he lived until 1844.

Children of HENRICH CAGLE and ELIZABETH CAGLE are:

99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. ELISHA4 CAGLE, b. 1795, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1870, Randolph County, North Carolina. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1799, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1829-1893. GEORGE HENRY CAGLE, b. 1800, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1850. JONATHAN CAGLE, b. 1803, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1850, Moore County, North Carolina. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1805, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1866, Montgomery County, North Carolina. MARTIN C. CAGLE, b. 1808, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. 1859, Randolph County, North Carolina.

24. PETER3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1772 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1842 in Cherokee County, Georgia. He married RACHEL BOLING Abt. 1800 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for PETER CAGLE: In the year 1839, Peter and his children migrated from Moore County, North Carolina to Cherokee County, Georgia. They were supposed to have been on their way to Mississippi, but when they met a Mr. Keith, they agreed to stop in Cherokee County for one year to make furniture. Cabinet makers and carpenters, they settled at a mill site on Hickory Log Creek just north of Canton, Georgia. Peter did not buy land. He died in 1842 and his wife, Rachel died soon after. In 1848, his sons John and Martin purchased land in Cherokee County, Georgia. Peter died while working at the grist mill when Patsy Cagle (Levi Cline's wife) was 7 years old. More About PETER CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Keith Family Cemetery, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia More About RACHEL BOLING: Burial: Unknown, Keith Family Cemetery, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia Children of PETER CAGLE and RACHEL BOLING are:

i. CATHERINE4 CAGLE, b. January 01, 1809, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 05, 1875, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. ROBERT BOATMAN, August 05, 1858, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1805, South Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1861-1897. Notes for CATHERINE CAGLE: Catherine was unmarried in 1850 and living in the home of Garrett and Martha Cornelison Cagle in Georgia. Later she married Robert Boatman, a widower when she was 49 years old. They never had children. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Notes for ROBERT BOATMAN: Robert Boatman and Martin Cagle were both ordained deacons by the Sardis Baptist Church in Cherokee County, Georgia on June 9, 1857.

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JOHN CAGLE, b. November 17, 1810, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. May 22, 1872, Cherokee County, Georgia. MARTHA PATSY CAGLE, b. May 31, 1813, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. June 10, 1887, Cherokee County, Georgia. MARTIN CAGLE, b. July 27, 1816, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 01, 1900, Pinkens County, Georgia.

25. JOHN K.3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1774 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1840 in Clay County, Indiana. He married (1) UNKNOWN SEITZ WFT Est. 17941826. She was born WFT Est. 1773-1793, and died WFT Est. 1794-1877. He married (2) S ARAH LATHEM Abt. 1801 in Randolph County, North Carolina, daughter of CORNELIUS LATHAM and BARBARA UNKNOWN. She was born 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Clay County, Indiana. Notes for JOHN K. CAGLE: Planted 80 acres federal land in Clay County, Indiana in May 1830. Received land grant for improvements to property in 1803, 50 acres on both sides of Bear Creek, Moore County, North Carolina. John was the son of Henry Cagle whose will was probated in Moore County, North Carolina.

More About JOHN K. CAGLE: Census: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina Notes for SARAH LATHEM: Another source state that her father was John Latham, Sr. 1850-She was living with her son Peter Cagle and family at time of US Census for Clay county, Indiana More About SARAH LATHEM: Aka (Facts Pg): "Sally" Children of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH LATHEM are:

108. 109. i. ii. iii. 110. 111. 112. iv. v. vi. PETER4 CAGLE, b. 1804, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1845-1895, Clay County, Indiana. HENRY CAGLE, b. February 02, 1805, Moore County, North Carolina; d. September 20, 1871, Cass Township, Clay County, Indiana. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1806, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1875; m. EZEKIEL DYER, WFT Est. 1818-1849; b. 1791, Deleware; d. WFT Est. 1822-1882. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1812, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 10, 1879, Bourbon County, Kansas. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1816, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1888, Clay County, Indiana. LYDIA CAGLE, b. 1820, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1870, Poland, Clay County, Indiana.

26. JACOB3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1780 in Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1844 in Gundy County, Tennessee. He married MARGARET DUNLAP 1800. She was born 1790 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850. Notes for JACOB CAGLE: Jacob was listed on the 1840 Paulding County Census which is present Haralson County. Wife Margaret was listed on the 1850 Paulding County census as widow, age 51, with son, Benjamin age 18. Jacob moved from North Carolina to Georgia in the 1830's, and settled in what is now Haralson County, and was living in the region at the time of the Georgia State Census of 1837 and the Federal Census of 1840. The exact location of Jacob's home place has not been determined, but there are indications that it was in the vicinity of Bethlehem Church, and date from the year 1843. The church is located two miles southwest of Felton, Georgia in the NW corner of Haralson County. The first service was held on January 22, 1843 by Reverend Minton. On the same date Samuel (Jacob's son), and Jacob were received as members and baptized into the faith on March 23, 1843 by Reverend Minton, who was serving as the churches first minister. On July 22, 1843, the first deacons were ordained, among them, Samuel Cagle. A list of members dated January 10, 1846, lists Jacob but with the notation "dead". Jacob's grave has never been located. It is assumed to be in the unmarked graves of Bethlehem Church Cemetery. Fact 1: Bet. 1790-1836, North Carolina

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Fact 2: 1837, Moved to Present Haralson County and listed on 1837 Census Fact 3: 1840, Listed on Census of Present Haralson County, Georgia Fact 4: 1850, Wife listed as widow on Haralson County Census

More About JACOB CAGLE: Census: 1850, Gundy County, Tennessee Notes for MARGARET DUNLAP: Margaret is listed as becoming a member of the congregation of the Bethlehem Baptist Church of which her husband was a deacon. Margaret became a member on May 28, 1843.

Children of JACOB CAGLE and MARGARET DUNLAP are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. GEORGE4 CAGLE, b. Bet. 1805 - 1833; d. WFT Est. 1810-1911. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. Bet. 1805 - 1833; d. WFT Est. 1810-1911. NEIL CAGLE, b. 1814; d. WFT Est. 1814-1895. JESSE CAGLE, b. 1817, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1867-1909, Seagrove, North Carolina. SAMUEL CAGLE, b. 1820, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1862-1911. LINDSEY C. CAGLE, b. November 22, 1828, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 04, 1898, Moore County, North Carolina. CHARLES CAGLE, b. Abt. 1833; d. WFT Est. 1806-1895. TYSON CAGLE, b. Abt. 1835; d. WFT Est. 1835-1895.

113. 114. 115.

27. GEORGE3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1782 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1864 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married (1) N ANCY CAGLE 1810 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born WFT Est. 1788-1812, and died Aft. 1850 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married (2) LUCINDA BEAN WFT Est. 1837-1857. She was born 1821 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1837-1915. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: Received land grant for improvement of property in 1842-30 acres on Watery Branch, Moore County, North Carolina adjoining his own property and that of John McLeod; 1841-9 1/2 acres on both sides of Hardy's Creek, adjoining his own property line and tract belonging to Betsy Davis; 1854-7 1/4 acres on waters of Bear Creek at Briar Branch adjoining his own 52 acres bought from Martin Cagle, his brother and 135 acres bought from John Cagle another brother at Dempsey Cagle's corner and that of James Owens. George appears to have been a lifelong resident of Moore County, North Carolina. He first appears in his fathers household in the census of 1790 and 1800 and again in his father's will in 1802. George made his will on February 16, 1861 and died in 1864. His will was probated in January of 1865. His will is recorded in Moore County, North Carolina, Will Book C, page 119, as follows: I George Cagle of Moore County being weak in body but of sound mind and memory considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory, blessed be Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, all the bills which are to be paid off by my executors, including the Peter Bean house and fields to have during her mortal life and then it is to be divided among my children and also give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Lucinda all my stock, horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, etc., to have and dispose of as she may choose and I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Lucinda Cagle all my household furniture and beds and furniture, farming utensils and etc., to have and dispose of as she may choose. And also Desire the remainder part of my land to be divided equally between my children, my son Enoch, my daughter Elizabeth Phillips, my son Elisha Cagle, my son Gillom Cagle, and my daughters Mary Bean and Sally Brown and my daughter Adeline King. And lastly as to all the rest residue and remainder of my personal estate goods and chattels of what kind and nature soever I give and bequeath the same to my beloved wife Lucinda whom I hereby appoint my sole execution with George W. Cagle, Esq of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 16th day of February 1861. Signed and sealed published and declared by the above named George Cagle to be his last will and testament in the presence of us. Testament: Martin J. Lench, James C. Lench, Noah R. Miller, Nathaniel Tucker and Thomas McNeil. Signed George (X) Cagle."

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More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Moore County, North Carolina Will: February 16, 1861, Moore County, North Carolina, Will Book C, page 119 Notes for LUCINDA BEAN: Lucinda was listed in the 1860 census of Good Springs District, Moore County, North Carolina as "Head of household". More About LUCINDA BEAN: Census: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina Children of GEORGE CAGLE and NANCY CAGLE are:

116. i. ii. 117. iii. iv. ENOCH4 CAGLE, b. January 1811, Moore County, North Carolina; d. January 25, 1871, Homeplace, Moore County, North Carolina. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1815, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1829-1909; m. U NKNOWN PHILLIPS, WFT Est. 1829-1862; b. WFT Est. 1798-1818; d. WFT Est. 1832-1904. ELISHA CAGLE, b. November 27, 1816, Moore County, North Carolina; d. May 20, 1895, Moore County, North Carolina. GILLIAM R. CAGLE, b. 1820, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1891; m. M ARY BOLING, November 05, 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1823; d. WFT Est. 1855-1917. Marriage Notes for GILLIAM CAGLE and MARY BOLING: Marriage Notes for GILLIAM CAGLE and MARY BOLING: Bond #000110872, Record # 01 035, Bondsman: Zeno King, Witness: J. S. Brown, November 5 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina.

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ADELINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1831, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1845-1925; m. U NKNOWN KING, WFT Est. 1845-1878; b. WFT Est. 1814-1834; d. WFT Est. 1848-1920. MARY POLLY CAGLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. UNKNOWN BEAN; b. Unknown; d. Unknown. SARAH SALLY CAGLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. UNKNOWN BROWN; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

28. MARTIN3 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1789 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died March 20, 1857 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married LARDICIA BOLING September 15, 1810 in Randolph County, North Carolina. She was born 1789 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Notes for MARTIN CAGLE: Received land grants in Moore County, North Carolina for the following improved properties: 1846-100 acres on Wolf Creek at Cow Branch adjoining his own 50 acres survey at the Montgomery County line adjoins the Isaac Spivey Corner and the Auman Tract; 1847-29 acres on Wolf Creek at Cow Branch adjoining his own tract of 100 acres and John McLeod's and James Callicutt. In the 1860 Census of Montgomery County, North Carolina Dicey, Martin's widow, was listed with two children still at home, Martin Jr. and James M. By 1870 Census, Martin's widow was living in Montgomery County, North Carolina with son Martin, Jr.

More About MARTIN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina More About LARDICIA BOLING: Aka (Facts Pg): Dicey Children of MARTIN CAGLE and LARDICIA BOLING are:

i. ii. GEORGE W.4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1815-1904. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1904. More About BENJAMIN CAGLE:

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Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina Occupation: Laborer iii. 118. iv. v. TALITHA ASHWORTH CAGLE, b. November 21, 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. February 01, 1847, Hazelgreen, Alabama. ISHAM CAGLE, b. 1821, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1853-1912. RHODA CAGLE, b. 1824, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1918. More About RHODA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents, age 26. Census 2: 1860, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents, age 36. Census 3: 1870, Montgomery County, North Carolina with brother, Martin vi. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1826, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1916. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents, age 24. 119. vii. viii. MARTIN CAGLE, JR., b. 1826, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1876-1918. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1831, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1925. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents, age 19. ix. JAMES M. CAGLE, b. 1833, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1924; m. M ARY ANN PARNELL, September 14, 1865, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1826-1848; d. WFT Est. 1870-1936. More About JAMES M. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents, age 17. Census 2: 1860, Montgomery County, North Carolina with mother age 27. Marriage Notes for JAMES CAGLE and MARY PARNELL: Marriage Notes for JAMES CAGLE and MARY PARNELL: Bond #000084584, Bondsman: Neill McInnis, Record #01 006, September 14, 1865, witnessed by C. C. Wade.

29. ROGER3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1763 in Old Cumberland, Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. July 04, 1844 in Leake County, Mississippi. He married CATHERINE ANDREWS 1780 in North Carolina, daughter of CONRAD ANDREWS and CHARITY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1760 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1839 in Leake County, Mississippi. Notes for ROGER CAGLE: Roger Sr., after appearing in records of Moore and Randolph Counties, North Carolina in the 1780's and 1790's, moved to Columbia and Clarke Counties, Georgia in the 1790's and to Jefferson County, Missouri in the very early 1800's. A few years later he migrated to East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; just below the Mississippi border. In the early 1810's moved to Amite County, Mississippi. Finally, in the mid 1820's, he established residence in Copiah County, Mississippi. He participated in the Land Rush which occurred after the opening of central Mississippi to white settlement in the early 1830's, and acquired a tract of land lying in the NE corner of present Madison County. He fought in the American Revolutionary War during which he lived in North Carolina. Roger Cagle was a farmer and blacksmith and believed, was living on Wolf Creek, a tributary of Bear Creek, as early as 1786, along with George Cagle. George seems to be the same who served as a chain carrier for Leonard Cagle, Sr. in 1789 and for Roger in 1791, and who was a probable son of Leonard, Sr. and brother of Roger. By the time of the 1790 census, Leonard Cagle, Sr., who had seven sons under 16 (born in the 1774-1790 era), was enumerated near three young married men: Roger, George, and David.

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been speculated, Leonard, Sr. had as many as thirteen sons. Roger, Sr., after appearing in records of Moore and Randolph Counties, North Carolina in the 1780's and 1790's, moved to Columbia and Clarke Counties, Georgia in the 1790's, and to Jefferson County, Missouri in the early 1800's. A few years later, he migrated to East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, just below the Mississippi border, and in the early 1810's moved to Amite County, Mississippi; finally, in the mid-1820's, he established residence in Copiah County, Mississippi, where he resided until 1833. Then, Roger, Sr, sons Roger, Jr. and George W. are listed on the Tax List of Madison County, Mississippi for the years 1834 - 1838; however, he had moved back to Copiah County, by July 1844. Roger had participated in the rush for land which occurred after the opening of central Mississippi to white settlement in the early 1830's and acquired a tract of land lying in the NE corner of present Madison County; this tract lay by the easternmost part of Madison, which was added to the county as a long, narrow strip of land from the final Choctaw cession, ie, A tract of land being part of the NW 1/4 of Sec 30, Township 10, Range 5 E, Madison County, Mississippi. Roger did not occupy this tract for a lengthy time, but sold it the next year, as recorded in Madison County Deed Book C, pages 134-135 to John Hackett, for the sum of $85.00 recorded May 9, 1835. Roger was alive at least until July 4, 1844 when he is mentioned celebrating Independence Day in Pine Bluff, Copiah County, Mississippi at Union Ridge School House. This article appeared in the Radical Democrat newspaper, published at Gallatin, Copiah County, Mississippi on July 20, 1844. It is thought that Roger and his wife are buried in an unmarked grave at the Pine Bluff Cemetery, Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi three miles from Greenberry's plantation. Roger last appeared on the tax lists of Amite County, Mississippi in 1822, when he was listed as the owner of 160 acres on Ellis Creek, but he and wife Catherine Andrews soon migrated to the new county of Copiah, which had been created to the NE of Amite County, from former Indian lands. Roger's son, Leonard Cagle, appeared on the Amite County Tax List of 1823, as did Roger's brother William Cagle, 1770's-1840's, but they also then joined the movement to the new lands, with Leonard settling in Copiah County, and William in nearby Lawrence County, Mississippi

More About ROGER CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 3: 1837, Madison County, Mississippi Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Occupation: Farmer-Blacksmith Children of ROGER CAGLE and CATHERINE ANDREWS are:

120. 121. i. ii. iii. LEONARD4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1780, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1829, Copiah County, Mississippi. CONRAD CAGLE, b. Aft. 1780, Moore County, North Carolina; d. February 18, 1815, Battle of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana. ANN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1784; d. WFT Est. 1785-1878. Notes for ANN CAGLE: Ann is believed to have been the female child in the 1790 Census of Moore County, North Carolina in the household of her father, Roger Cagle. Very little is known about Ann with the exception that Roger, her father, prior to preparations for moving to the newly opened Louisana Territory, conveyed land and other chattel property to Ann while she was still unmarried. One might conclude from the deed that Ann, nearing the age of twenty years was preparing to marry and the contents of the deed her dowry. It is believed that Ann remained behind in Georgia when Roger moved his family to Louisana Territory not long after granting this deed. No record of her marriage has been found; thus, her married name is unknown. On April 16, 1804, Roger Cagle conveyed to Ann Kagle several items of chattel property and livestock. The gift is recorded in Deed Book A, page 271.

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CHARITY CAGLE, b. 1793, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1861, Copiah County, Mississippi. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1795, Clarke County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1871, Hardin County, Texas. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1798, Clarke County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1850, Choctaw County, Mississippi. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1800, Clarke County, Georgia; d. 1877, Montgomery County, Texas. ROGER CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1801, Georgia; d. Abt. 1839, Leake County, Mississippi.

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and died 1837 in Clarke County, Georgia. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Bef. 1793 in Clarke County, Georgia. She was born WFT Est. 1757-1782, and died WFT Est. 1806-1869. He married (2) I SABELLA RAY December 30, 1810 in Clarke County, Georgia. She was born Bet. 1780 - 1789, and died WFT Est. 1815-1880. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: George Cagle, c1768-1837, believed to be the younger brother of Roger Cagle, c.1763-c.1838, followed Roger in his migrations from Moore County, North Carolina to Columbia County, Georgia in the mid-1790's, and to Jackson County, Georgia by 1799. Soon after the formation of Clarke County, from old Jackson County in 1802, Roger began to sell his land holdings in preparation for a move to the Louisiana Territory, and probably departed in 1804. George, however, remained in Clarke County, Georgia and appeared in many records there prior to his death in 1837. Clarke County Superior Court Minutes, Book 1, 1801-1808 Sept. 1807: Men called to appear at next Court Term for possible Grand Jury duty include Daniel Tramel and Robert Fullwood. Those called for possible Petit Jury duty include Lunsford Trawick, Samual Ray, Jonathan Melton and George Cagle. In the Land Lottery of 1807, old Baldwin and Wilkinson Counties, which had been formed in the Land lottery of 1805, were pushed some twenty miles westward as more former Indian lands were opened to white settlement. The registration list for the 1807 Lottery for Clarke County is no longer extant, so it is not known how many Cagle's registered in that year; however, it is known that George Cagle was among the fortunate drawers. Wilkinson County: District 23, Lot #88. George Cagle, Robinson's District, Clarke County. The grant was issued on February 10, 1808. The tax lists of Clarke County show that George Cagle owned this tract in Wilkinson County during the years 1808 and 1809, but seems to have sold it by 1810. District 23, in which the grant was situated, lay partly in Twiggs County, which was formed in 1809 from old Wilkinson County. A check of the deed index, for Twiggs County, which is extant from date of county formation, does not show a reference to George Cagle; thus, it would appear that George's tract lay on the side of the county line which remained in Wilkinson County. Unfortunately, the deeds of Wilkinson County were lost to fires in 1829, 1854, 1864 and 1924, so it is not possible to determine the date and terms by which George Cagle disposed of his tract. The grant to Peter Kilgo (i.e., Kilgore), in District 11, Lot #189 in Baldwin County, was later sold to Henry Cagle of Hancock County, Georgia. 1808 Tax List, Clarke County, Captain Morgan's District: Cagle, George 1 poll. 111.5A/3rd Q/orig.Marbury/adj.Trammi/Robinson'Cr.202.5A/2Q/orig-Cagel/Wilkinson Co.,Dist.23,Lot #88 $.9525 Andrews, Coonrod 1 Poll $.3125 Adam 1 Poll $.3125 Thomas 1 Poll $3.4325 (George Cagle, in the 1807 Land Lottery, had drawn Lot #88, District 23, in Wilkinson County, on Palmetto Creek. He still owned this tract at the time of the 1809 Tax List, but sold it prior to the 1810 List. Coonrod and Adam Andrews appear on the Clarke County Tax Lists for the final time in 1808, soon joining Roger Cagle and the remainder of the Andrews family in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Also listed on the 1808 tax books as a landowner adjacent to George Cagle was John Middleton.) 1809 Tax List, Clarke County, Capt. Morgan's District Cagle, George 1 Poll $.95 Tramell, Thomas 1 Poll $3.5625 (Thomas Tramell is also listed as the owner of 8 slaves. 1810 Tax List, Clarke County, Capt Torry's District Cagle, Georg l Poll 306 Acres $.6950 (The increase in the landholdings of George Cagle from 111 1/2 to 306 acres reflects his purchase of 194 1/2 acres in 1809 from David Kelly. On the tax lists of 1811 through 1815, George's holdings are variously listed from 297 to 330 acres, but 306 seems to be the correct total. The Ray family, originally of Wilkes and Columbia

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Counties on the eastern edge of the state, began to appear on Clarke County, tax lists in 1810. In the same year, George Cagle was married to Isabella Ray, and in 1812 his son Isham Cagle was married to Malinda Ray. In 1814, George Cagle pays 1 Poll on 317A of $.57. This is also, the first record of Isham Cagle, George's son, who defaulted on his poll tax and was probably charged $.62 which was double his tax as was the custom in Georgia. George pays $.71 Poll Tax for 1815 and Isham is absent. In 1816, George pays $.57 and Isham is again listed as defaulted. Appearing for the first time is John Cagle, George's son-in-law and husband of Barbary. George continues on the tax lists for 1817, 1818 and 1819. He was probably on the tax list for 1820; however, the page containing all the letter "C"s has been torn from the book. Appearing on the 1820 tax list is Thomas Tramel, who had been George's neighbor for many years with 550 Acres on Robinson Creek, and is listed as adjoining Cagle. Clarke County, Georgia, Superior Court Minutes Book 3, 1811-1812 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1812 Book 4, 1813-1816 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1814 Jury Duty, George Cagle, Sept 1814 Book 5, 1817-1820 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1817 Between 1809 and 1823, George Cagle appeared in four land deeds in Clarke Co., as follows: Book F, page 90. Book G, page 53. Book K, page 332. Book M, page 320. David Kelly to George Cagle; Zachariah Middleton to George Cagle; George Cagle to Isaac Matthews; Robert Poore to George Cagle, respectively. This Indenture made this thirtieth day of January Eighteen hundred and nine between David Kelly of the one part and George Cagle of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the Sum of five hundred dollars in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said David Kelly hath this day Bargained Sold and Confirmed delivered and by these presents doth Bargain Sell and Deliver to Said George Cagle a Certain Tracts or parcels of Land Containing One hundred ninety four and a half Acres lying on the waters of Robinson's Creek, One Survey Containing forty Acres beginning on a Maple thence on Cagle's line to Stake thence to a pine on Welches line thence to a Stake on Lloyd's line thence to the beginning & another parcel Containing one hundred four and a half Acres Beginning on a Spanish Oak thence N55 W52.37 Chs. ** to a Black Gum thence N35 E21 Chs. on Lloyd's line to a Black Oak thence S55 E54.62 Chs. to a pine thence to the beginning & another part Containing fifty Acres more or less adjoining the other parcels or tracts above mentioned begining at a Stake Thence S55 E28 to a Pine thence N53 E15-40 to a Post Oak thence N55 W33.50 to a black Oak thence So.35 W15-40 to the beginning Corner; the above land as represented lies in the State and County above written which land together with all and Singular the rights titles members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use benefit and behoof of him the said George Cagle his heirs & assigns, and the Said David Kelly binds himself his heirs and Ecrs. Executors and administrators and assigns will warrant and forever Defend the aforesaid land & premises to the Said George Cagle his heirs and assigns. In Witness whereof the Said David Kelly hath Set his hand and Seal the day and Date above Written. Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of A. Toney (? - illegible name) James Mar-Niell R. Fullwood, J.P. David Kelly (Seal) Recorded the 17th day April 1810 In 1815, George Cagle sold one of the three tracts mentioned above, the one of 104 acres, to Isaac Mathews of Clarke County. In 1808, the Clarke County tax list shows that George Cagle owned 111 acres of land in that year, while the 1810 tax list reflects his purchase of the 194 acres from David Kelly, showing him with a total of 306 acres. 1820 US Fed Census of Clarke Co., GA Cagle, George 001202-1111 pg. 121 The listing for George Cagle, c. 1768-c. 1837, shows that he was over the age of 45, and that his wife Isabella, the oldest female listed in his household, was between the ages of 26 and 45; the census of 1830 and 1840, as will be noted later, indicate that Isabella was born during the decade of the 1780s and thus was in her 30s at the time of the 1820 census. The three daughters in the household of George and Isabella in 1820 probably were Anna, who married Gilbert Fry in 1821; Mary, who married Jesse Hightower in 1823; and Nancy, who married Williamson Whitehead in 1830. Anna and Mary, it is believed, were the daughters of George and his first wife, and Nancy seems to have been the only daughter of George and Isabella, who had married in 1810. Regarding the sons of George Cagle, it will be remembered that the 1820 census had an extra column for males aged 16-18, in order to identity young men coming of age for military duty. Thus, the listing for George Cagle, above, shows one son in the 16-18 bracket, and two sons in the 16-26 bracket. This shows that the son aged 16-18 was listed two times,

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once in the 16-18 bracket and again in the 16-26 bracket. The net result is that George had two sons at home, one aged 16-18 and the other aged 18-26. One of these sons is known to be Zachariah Cagle, who later married Polly Jackson in Clarke County in 1821. The 1850 census of Independence County, Arkansas lists Zachariah as 47 years old in that year, giving a birth date of c.1803. The 1860 census of Independence County, Arkansas lists him as 55 years old. These censuses suggest a birth date in the era of 1803-05, which would correspond to the age of the youngest son in George Cagle's household in 1820, who was born in the 1802-04 era. The identity of the older son in George's household in 1820, who was born in the 1794-1802 era, has not been determined, nor does a young man of that age appear on the Clarke County tax lists or marriage books during the 1820s, or on the census of 1830. Thus, it would appear that George Cagle had one son who remains unidentified, and who apparently migrated out of Clarke County without making an appearance in the county records. Absent from the 1820 census are Robert and Charity Wilkins, who married in January 1820, but are not found on the census, taken in the summer of 1820. It would appear that they were either missed by the census-taker, or were living in the household of another family and thus were not enumerated as a separate household. They reappear, a decade later, in the 1830 census of Henry County, Georgia; Charity, it will be remembered was the daughter of George Cagle. Also absent from the 1820 census in Clarke County were the Ray families, from which George Cagle's second wife Isabella and daughter-in-law Malinda originated; however, the Ray's began to reappear in Clarke in the census of 1830, and the 1850 census eventually finds some of them living in the household of the widow Malinda Cagle. One of the officials of each early rural county was the Straymaster, whose duty was to oversee the process of locating the owners of stray livestock. The process was as follows: The finder of the stray would report it to the Justice of the Peace in his district and get an appraisal of its value from one or more competent local citizens; afterward the stray would be advertised in the newspaper with the approval of the Clerk of Superior Court, and returned to the rightful owner if located. The earliest surviving estray book for Clarke County is that of 18171846, and following below are those references which appear for George Cagle and his neighbors in District #239. This district, as can be seen on maps which accompany this chapter, generally comprised the drainage of Robinson's Creek, and was bounded on the north by Barber's Creek and on the south by the Appalachee River. The references are given in abbreviated form, except for that of George Cagle, which is given in full as is seen on the original book: May 25, 1819: James J. Moore's District (239th). One brindle heifer found by Aaron Parker Jr.; appraised at $5. Sep. 15, 1819: Georcle Cac[le toll before me one year old bull unmarked Dun pided whitish Colour on the back and belly, appraised by Jessee Philips & Isaac Mathews, at $2.75. Sept. 15th 1819. R. Fullwood, J.P. Georgia, Clark County. Capt. James Moore's district. & Justices 239th. Dec. 14, 1820: Aaron Parker Sr. of Capt. Harper's District (239th). One yoke of oxm, appraised at $50. Sep. 6, 1821: Aaron Parker Sr. of Capt. Harper's District (239th). One sow and shoat, appraised at $4. June 21, 1823: Obediah Jackson of 239th District. Three hogs, appraised at $4.50. Dec. 23, 1823: Obediah Jackson of 239th District. Boar shoat, appraised by Reason Whitehead at $1. June 11, 1825: Henry Hightower, 239th District. One bay colt, appraised at $20 by Georcie Cacrle and Jonston Frost. June 11, 1825: Henry Hightower, 239th District. One bay mare, appraised at $60 by G - Cacfle and J. Frost. May 13, 1830: Obadiah Jackson. One dark bay mare, appraised by George Cac[le and and William Bull at $20. Free public schools, first authorized by the Georgia State Legislature in 1817 for children of families of modest means, became firmly established in most Georgia counties by the 1820s. On Dec. 23, 1822, an Act of the Legislature required that a complete list of students and a yearly financial accounting be submitted by each school to the state authorities. Most of these reports have been lost during the passage of time, but those which have survived provide a valuable resource for historical study. The Poor School Records for Clarke County have survived for 1823, the first year of the mandatory reports, after which a long gap occurs until 1852, with only a partial list for-1837 surviving during those three decades. The only Cagles to appear on these lists for Clarke County date from 1823, when Mary and Nancy, daughters of George Cagle, were included.

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The Clarke County Poor School Records for 1823 were published in the Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Vol.29, p. 191f.) in 1989, prefaced by the following explanatory remarks: "Poor School, 1823. The following lists were compiled in accordance with the Act of the Georgia Legislature of Dec 23, 1822. The act provided scholarships to children between the ages of 8 and 18 who had not been given public education for more that three years and whose parents had not paid more that fifty cents above the state poll tax." (George Cagle paid $.57 tax in 1823, including .3125 poll tax.) George continued on the Tax Lists through 1830 and also, appearing for Jury Duty. 1830 US Federal Census Clarke Co., GA Cagle, George 000000001-0001001 George Cagle, c.1768-c-1837, appeared in the federal census for the final time in 1830, enumerated in the 60-70 age bracket. also appearing in his household were two females in the 40-50 and 15-20 age brackets, believed to be his wife Isabella and their daughter Nancy, who married Williamson Whitehead later in the year, on Dec. 6, 1830. Among the heads of household who lived near George was his son-in-law, Gilbert Fry, who had married Anna Cagle in 1821. George's daughter-in-law, Malinda Cagle, widow of Isham Cagle, also was in Clarke County in 1830, although not listed as a head of household; it is possible that Malinda, whose maiden name was Ray, was one of the five adult females listed in the household of Mary Ray. Malinda'a daughter, Lucinda Cagle, b.1817, may have been the female listed in the 10-15 age bracket in the Ray household. Three children of George Cagle who had married during the early 1820s, Charity, Zachariah and Mary, had already moved westward by the time of the 1830 census: Charity and husband Robert Wilkins, to Henry County; Zachariah and wife Polly Jackson, to Coweta County; and Mary and husband Jesse Hightower, to Fayette County. In the 1840 census, Isabella Cagle, widow of George Cagle, c.1768-c.1837, was enumerated as a head of household in District #437, in the 50-60 age bracket; also living in her household was another female in the 50-60 bracket. Isabella does not appear in the 1850 census of Clarke County, and apparently either died or remarried during the decade of the 1840's. Among her neighbors in 1840 were her son-in-law and daughter Williamson and Nancy Whitehead. Also living nearby were Simeon and Lucinda Aycock, the son-in-law and daughter of Malinda Cagle, widow of Isham Cagle. The census-book shows that Simeon and Lucinda were both in their 20's and had three sons under the age of five; also present in their household was a female in the 40-50 age bracket, who way have been Lucinda'a mother, Malinda Cagle. Charity Wilkins, Anna Fry, Zachariah Cagle and Mary Hightower, four of the children of George Cagle and his first wife, were living with their families in Henry, Heard, Carroll and Henry Counties, respectively. 1840 Census, GA: Clarke County, Kaggle, Isabella 0 -00000002

More About GEORGE CAGLE: Land Lottery 1: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Land Lottery 2: 1807, Clarke County, Georgia Notes for ISABELLA RAY: In the 1840 census, Isabella Cagle, widow of George Cagle, c.1768-c.1837, was enumerated as a head of household in District #437, in the 50-60 age bracket; also living in her household was another female in the 50-60 bracket. Isabella does not appear in the 1850 census of Clarke County, and apparently either died or remarried during the decade of the 1840's. Among her neighbors in 1840 were her son-in-law and daughter Williamson and Nancy Whitehead. Also living nearby were Simeon and Lucinda Aycock, the son-in-law and daughter of Malinda Cagle, widow of Isham Cagle. The census-book shows that Simeon and Lucinda were both in their 20's and had three sons under the age of five; also present in their household was a female in the 40-50 age bracket, who way have been Lucinda mother, Malinda Cagle. Charity Wilkins, Anna Fry, Zachariah Cagle and Mary Hightower, four of the children of George Cagle and his first wife, were living with their families in Henry, Heard, Carroll and Henry Counties, respectively. 1840 Census, GA: Clarke County, Kaggle, Isabella 0-00000002

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Census 1: 1840, Clarke County, Georgia as head of household. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

127. i. ii. CHARITY4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1787, Clarke County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1880. MARY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1788; d. WFT Est. 1828-1897; m. J ESSE HIGHTOWER, August 25, 1823, Clarke County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1771-1803; d. WFT Est. 1828-1890. Notes for MARY CAGLE: Mary witnessed the marriage of her brother, Zachariah to Polly Jackson on December 22, 1821 by W. White, JP, as did her sister Nancy. Clarke County, Georgia Marriage Book B, 1821-1838. Ceremony performed by Wm H. Dismukes, JP, August 25, 1823.

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BARBARY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1795, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1819-1891; m. JOHN CAGLE, December 24, 1813, Clarke County, Georgia; b. 1795, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1830. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John served in the War of 1812 with Company C, Lt. Col. William Jones Brigade(4th Brigade, Georgia Militia) from November 21, 1814 to November 21, 1815, as did John's father. Records from the National Archives show that neither ever made application for a pension. John and Barbary make their first appearance in Clarke County, Georgia on the Tax List of 1816, 1817 and 1818. Neither of Barbary's family nor Isham's, her brother, are found on or near George on Roberson Creek for the Tax year 1819. The 1821 Georgia Land Lottery, opened to white settlement a large tract of former Indian lands in central Georgia, one of which was to Jacob, c. 1766-1858 and son, John Cagle, 1790s-1820s of Habersham County: Cagle, Jacob Habersham County, Ritche's District Houston County, District 5, Lot 149 Cagle, John Habersham County, Ritche's District Dooly County, District 5, Lot 133. Jacob's tract was surveyed on August 27, 1821, and granted to him on May 6, 1824. John's tract, by contrast, was never surveyed or granted to him, but was a Reverted Lot, which was a term used to describe a lottery draw which was relinquished by the fortunate drawer, with the land put back into public trust and later offered for sale to the public. It is unclear why John Cagle never attempted to possess this lot of 202 acres, unless his untimely death (late 1820's) was the cause. John died before the 1830 census of Habersham County, Georgia and his children were raised in the household of his father, Jacob Cagle; these children received a full share in the estate of Jacob after his death in 1858.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1820, Habersham County, Georgia Tax List 1: 1816, Clarke County, Georgia Tax List 2: 1817, Clarke County, Georgia Tax List 3: 1818, Clarke County, Georgia 128. 129. 130. iv. v. vi. ISHAM CAGLE, b. 1796, Georgia; d. 1823, Georgia. ANNA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1803, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1805-1899. ZACHARIAH CAGLE, b. 1803, Coweta County, Georgia; d. Abt. 1869, Independence County, Arkansas.

Child of GEORGE CAGLE and ISABELLA RAY is:

vii. NANCY4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1811; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAMSON WHITEHEAD, December 06, 1830; d. Unknown.

31. DAVID3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1770 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850. He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1788 in North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1770, and died WFT Est. 1823-1865. Notes for DAVID CAGLE: David is listed in the 1820, 1830, and 1840 Census for Hickman County, Tennessee. David moved to New Madrid County, Missouri in the 1840's and appears in the Census there in 1850 at age 80. David first appeared in the Census for Moore County, North Carolina in 1790, then in Montgomery County, North Carolina in 1800. Roger and George Cagle, sons of Leonard, begin to appear in records in Georgia, where they moved permanently sometime during 1793-1794; by 1800 they had located in Clarke

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County, Georgia. David is believed to have been included in the household of his father during the 1800 Census of Moore County, North Carolina, then, accompanied his father and brothers to Clarke County, Georgia, where they remained during 1801-1806, after which he and several of his brothers migrated to the Tennessee River Valley of western Tennessee by 1807. The 1820 census indicates David is 45+ yrs of age with a wife in the 26-45 bracket. Their house hold shows seven daughters, the oldest of which was in the 16-26 bracket. The two sons were listed as Under 10 and 10-16. The oldest son born 1804-1810 era, must be Green L. Cagle who was an adjoining landowner to David Cagle in 183839, Perry County, Tennessee.

The household of David Cagle reveals that he was in the 60-70 age bracket, his wife in the 50-60 bracket, and they had four sons and seven daughters at home. Only two of the eleven children are proven, that being Rebecca and David Jr. On Aug 16, 1830 David made two entries for land grants in Hickman, identified as Entry No. 600 and 601. The survey for entry #600 which was made on Oct 2, 1835, shows the tract was for 100 acres, and lay on both sides of Little Piney Creek on the north side of Duck River. By the time of The e1840 Federal Census, David Cagle was the only Cagle head of household to be enumerated in Hickman County, Tennessee; his brother Charles, 1779-1870's, who had been in Hickman in 1830, apparently was missed by the census taker in 1840 Hickman, for he later appeared in the county in the censuses of 1850, 1860 and 1870. Also absent from the 1840 census was their brother Robert Cagle, who had been in Perry County, Tennessee in the 1820 and 1830 censuses; in 1850, Robert reappeared, in the census of Decatur County, Tennessee, which had been formed in 1845 from that part of Perry County which lay to the west of the Tennessee River. Henry Cagle, another brother, seems to be the "H." Cagle found in the 1840 Perry County census, and later appeared near Robert in the 1850 Decatur County census. The decade of the 1830's saw several of the Cagle's of Hickman/Perry County, Tennessee region move out of state, and migrate to Missouri, Arkansas and Mississippi. Two of the men believed to be David Cagle's younger brothers, Paul and Simon Cagle, moved to New Madrid County, Missouri in the Boot heel Region of that state; by 1850, David would join them in that county, and in the 1850 census was enumerated in Simon's home. Among the younger Cagle's to leave Tennessee during the 1830's were Green L., from McNairy County, Tennessee to Tishomingo County, Mississippi and from Hardeman County, Tennessee to Izard County, Arkansas. Two young Cagle's in their 20's, Adam of Perry County, Tennessee and Lewis of Humphreys County, Tennessee, appeared as heads of household for the first time in 1840, as noted below. Another Cagle with possible ties to Perry and Hickman Counties, Tennessee was Abraham Cagle, of 1840 Copiah County, Mississippi. The household of David Cagle shows that he was in the 60-70 age bracket, an his wife in the 50-60 bracket. An elderly female in the 90-100 also, was present, but it is unknown if she was David's mother or mother-in-law. The 11 children which had been in David's household in the 1830 census of Hickman County numbered only three by the time of the 1840 census; unfortunately, they cannot be identified by the marriage records, since the marriage bonds of Hickman and Perry Counties have been lost prior to 1868 and 1865 respectively. Of the four sons which had been present in David's household in the 1830 census, two were still present with David in the 1840 census above; one of these is believed to be David, Jr. who later appeared in 1850 Dunklin County, Missouri age 28. Of the two sons who left David's household between 1830 and 1840, it is possible, although unproven at present, one or both could have been among the Adam, Lewis and Abraham Cagle, who appeared as heads of household in the 1840 Census of Perry and Humphrey Counties and Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Another family member of David Cagle could have been the Patsy Cagle, who was summoned with David to testify in The e1838-40 trial of Nancy Cagle in Perry County, but it is unclear if Patsy would have been David's wife or a daughter. On Dec 15, 1846, David Cagle witnessed a deed from Thomas Laxson to Adam Coble, which is David's last known appearance in the records of Hickman County, Tennessee. By the time of the 1850 census, he had joined his brothers Paul and Simon in New Madrid County, Missouri, and was living in Simon's household, as follows: 1850 Census, New Madrid Co., MO Cagle, Simon 70 NC Farmer Jamima 48 TN Paul 24 TN Hunter Richard 18 TN William 16 TN Cagle, David 80 NC Farmer Rebecca 35 TN

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More About DAVID CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Moore County, North Carolina with father, Leonard Cagle. Census 3: 1820, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 4: 1830, Hickman County, Tennessee 011110001-01222001. Census 5: 1840, Hickman County, Tennessee 000020001-000100010001. Census 6: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Tax List: 1803, Clarke County, Georgia Children of DAVID CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

131. i. ii. GREEN L.4 CAGLE, b. 1803, Clarke County, Georgia; d. 1880, Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas. REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1815, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1816-1909. More About REBECCA CAGLE: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri 132. iii. DAVID CAGLE, JR., b. 1822, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1853-1913.

32. WILLIAM3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1770 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died 1845 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 17911829. She was born Bet. 1794 - 1808, and died WFT Est. 1832-1889. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: William Cagle, 1770s-1840s, Leonard Cagle's son who appeared in the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery as an unsuccessful drawer, disappears from Georgia records after that date, and is next found on the 1819 Tax List of Amite County, Mississippi with his older brother Roger Cagle, c.1763-1838. Although the year 1819 marks William's earliest official appearance in Mississippi county records, the Grave Registration Records for Civil War veterans show that his son James Cagle was born on Jul 9, 1913, near Monticello, Lawrence County, Mississippi. The 1850 census of Lawrence County, Mississippi lists James Cagle as age 37, born Mississippi, which would seem to verify that William Cagle was in Mississippi as early as 1813. William is recorded as purchasing a cow and calf for the sum of $10 at the Estate Sale of Captain Billy Smith, deceased, made at the place of his late residence in Lawrence County, Mississippi on November 27, 1847. This William does not appear in the 1850 US Census of Lawrence County, Mississippi and is assumed to have died before the date of the census. If this William was the purchaser, the time of his death must have occurred between 1847 and the 1850 Census. It is possible that the purchaser may have been his son, William, born about 1825 and who appears in the 1850 Catahoula Parish, Louisiana census recently married. Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia.

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Burial: August 22, 1873, Pine Bluff Baptist Church Cemetery, Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 1: 1860, Scott County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Rankin County, Mississippi Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

133. 134. 135. 136. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MARY ANNA4 CAGLE, b. 1810, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1852, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. ABRAHAM CAGLE, b. 1812, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. January 11, 1865, Woodruff County, Arkansas. JAMES CAGLE, b. July 09, 1813, Meadville, Franklin County, Mississippi; d. February 26, 1895, Brookhaven, Lincoln County, Mississippi. ISAAC CAGLE, b. 1819, Amite County, Mississippi; d. Bef. 1880, Choctaw County, Mississippi. JOHN T. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1820, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1844-1911; m. MARY F. WARDLAW, July 04, 1838, Copiah County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1801-1826; d. WFT Est. 1843-1915. WILLIAM LEONARD CAGLE, JR., b. March 15, 1824, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 18781916. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Bef. 1825, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1826-1919. KESIAH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1827, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1851-1921; m. JOHN AMENS, August 14, 1843, Lawrence County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1800-1827; d. WFT Est. 1850-1914.

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33. HENRY3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1776 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Bef. 1827 in Hickman County, Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1775-1809, and died WFT Est. 1832-1897. He married (2) M ARY UNKNOWN Abt. 1830 in Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1810 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1905. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry appears in the 1820 and 1830 Census for Hickman County, Tennessee. Henry moved at some time to Decatur County, Tennessee where he is again listed in Decatur County, at the age of 70 in 1840. He first appeared in the Moore County, North Carolina Census of 1790, then in the Montgomery County, North Carolina Census for 1800. Henry arrived in Tennessee about 1807 with Charles, Robert, Paul, Simon and David who are believed to have been his brothers. He appears in the 1850 Census for Sevier County, Tennessee along with his wife and nine children. Henry is believed to have moved from North Carolina with his father, Leonard Cagle 1730-1800s, to Clark County, Georgia, in the era 1801-1806, after which he migrated with several brothers to the Tennessee River Valley of western Tennessee by 1807, where they settled in several counties, principally Hickman, Decatur and Perry. Henry Cagle probably was located in Tennessee by 1810, but the 1810 Federal Census of Tennessee, for the most part, was lost to fire, and his presence cannot be verified by that means. However, it is known Henry was in the Hickman County, Tennessee area by 1814, for he is listed as a soldier in the War of 1812, serving in Captain Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Infantry. Colonel John K. Cocke's 2nd Regiment of West Tennessee Militia, from November 13, 1814 through May 31, 1815. Serving in the same unit was Henry's brother, Charles Cagle, 1779-1870s as well as Adam Cagle and Abraham Cagle, who may have been younger brothers of Henry's. Henry, at the time of his discharge received $49.22 in pay for his six months of service. Henry next appears in Tennessee records in the Federal Census of 1820, where he is enumerated in Hickman County, along with David and Simon Cagle. Enumerated in adjoining Perry County, Tennessee, which had recently been formed from the west end of Hickman County, were Paul and Robert Cagle whom he soon joined, at least by December 12, 1835 when he signed a petition to the state requesting a new county be formed from Perry and adjoining counties of Hickman and Wayne. Henry received a land grant for 90 acres in Decatur County, on May 1, 1852. This land was located in or near the Civil District #5 in northern Decatur County, and may have been Henry's place of residence, since he apparently did not acquire other land in Decatur. Thus far, the exact location of Henry's land grant of 1852 has not been determined but, it probably was in the NE part of the county, somewhere in the vicinity of Lick Creek or Cub Creek. The small stream called Cagle Branch, on the headwaters of Cub Creek, probably was on the property of the family of Henry's brother, Robert Cagle, 1780's1850's. Likewise, the burial place for Henry has not been found. It is thought he is buried someplace on this land. No burial has been found for any of his children and it would appear that most of his family group migrated out of the county in the decades following his death. (M. Cagle, 50, and H. Cagle, 26, were Henry's wife Mary and son Henry C. H. H. Baker, with whom the Cagle's were living, was a son-in-law of Henry and Mary, and his wife "S" Baker was identical to Henry's daughter Emaline who appeared in the 1850 census at the age of 6. Although, H. H. Baker is listed as head of household, it would appear that the property was Henry's, since he is the only person in the household shown to own real property, which was valued at $500.)

More About HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1790, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1800, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 3: 1820, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 4: 1830, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 5: 1840, Perry County, Tennessee Census 6: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Military service: November 13, 1814, War of 1812, Hickman County, Tennessee Occupation: Farmer More About MARY UNKNOWN:

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Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee Child of HENRY CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN is:

139. i. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE, b. 1827, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1861-1922.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

140. 141. 142. 143. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. WILLIAM4 CAGLE, b. 1832, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1864-1923. HENRY CAGLE, JR., b. 1834, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1925. ROBERT H. CAGLE, b. 1835, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1926. THOMAS CAGLE, b. 1838, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1875-1929. EMALINE S. CAGLE, b. 1844, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1866-1938; m. H. H. BAKER, Bef. 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee; b. 1839, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1866-1930. Notes for EMALINE S. CAGLE: Emiline is listed on the 1860 census as "S" Baker, age 16, with husband H. H. Baker living in the household of Henry. Though, Baker is listed as head of household, within the household, the only one who owns real estate is Henry, thus the census taker made a mistake in listing Baker as the head of the household.

More About EMALINE S. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee vii. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1844, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1845-1934. More About LEONARD CAGLE: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee viii. ix. ISAAC CAGLE, b. 1846; d. WFT Est. 1847-1936. MARGARET A. CAGLE, b. 1849, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943. More About MARGARET A. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee

34. CHARLES3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1779 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1870 in Hickman County, Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH CURB Abt. 1812 in Hickman County, Tennessee, daughter of THOMAS CURB and ANNA UNKNOWN. She was born April 27, 1793 in Greenville, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1855 in Hickman County, Tennessee. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles moved from North Carolina to Hardin County, Tennessee in 1822 but appears in the 1830 and 1850 Census for Hickman County, Tennessee. Charles was in Hickman County earlier as evidenced by the fact that he was in the county at the time of the New Madrid Earthquake of 1811. The Cagle's of Hickman County may have been from the same family group as the early Cagle's of Bledsoe County, Tennessee. The Cagle's, including Charles, David, Henry and Simon lived in the western portion of Hickman County near the point where the three counties of Hickman, Perry and Humphreys join. Charles appears in his final Census for Hickman County in 1870 living with his son, Thomas. In 1805 he appeared with Leonard in the Georgia Land Lottery, then migrated to Hickman County, Tennessee about 1807, traveling by water up the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee Rivers. With Charles were several Cagle's of about the same age, David, Henry, Simon, Paul and Robert. Robert and Henry settled in the Decatur, Tennessee area while David, Simon and Paul migrated to New Madrid County, Missouri prior to 1850. Charles settled in Hickman County, Tennessee about 1806, then moved to Missouri. Charles Cagle, 1779-1870s; was born in old Cumberland County, North Carolina (in that part which became Moore County in 1784), and went with his father Leonard Cagle to Montgomery (present Stanly) County, North Carolina in the mid-1790's, and to the Georgia in the early 1800's. After a brief residence in Georgia, Charles went with several of his brothers, who have been identified on page 1 of the January 1996 issue of the CAGLE JOURNAL, to Hickman County, Tennessee, at some point in the era of 1807-1810. Over the ensuing decades, Charles' brothers began to leave Hickman County and move into other counties and states, and by the time of the 1850 Federal Census, Charles was the last of the Cagle brothers to remain in Hickman County. Charles, period of residence in the county spanned some 60 years or more, and at the time of his death in the 1870's, at over 90 years

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of age, he had founded a large and prominent family, and his descendants remain numerous in Hickman County in the present era, nearly 190 years after his arrival. Charles Cagle, it is believed, was one of the seven young sons found in the Under-16 age bracket of the 1790 Federal Census of Moore County, North Carolina, in the household of Leonard Cagle: During the mid-1790's, probably in the year 1795, Leonard Cagle and wife Susannah Richardson moved their large family to Montgomery County, North Carolina, where they settled in the western part of the county, which became Stanly County in 1841. On Oct. 23, 1795, Leonard Cagle made a Land Entry for 100 Acres on both sides of Long Creek, and his Survey was made on October 4, 1796. The chain carriers for the survey were Jeremiah Barnett and Charles Cagle. It is unclear if the Charles Cagle was Charles, 1779-1870s, Leonard's son, or if he was an older Charles, 1730's-1801, who is believed to be Leonard's brother, and who had moved from nearby Cabarrus County to Montgomery County about 1794; however it is commonly thought that he was the younger Charles, 1779-1870's, who would have been about 17 years old at the time; if this identification is correct, it would mark the only known time that the young Charles is identified by name in the records of Montgomery County, North Carolina. Leonard Cagle eventually received his land grant for the 100 acre tract on Long Creek, over three years after the time of his 1796 Survey, on December 18, 1799. It was probably on this home place that Charles Cagle grew to adulthood, and from which he and his father left in the early 1800's to move to the State of Georgia. Jeremiah Barnett, who served with Charles Cagle as a chain carrier for the 1796 Survey of Leonard Cagle, appeared with Leonard and wife in an entry of June 3, 1798 in the record book of St. John's Lutheran Church of Cabarrus County. This entry was not made by the Lutheran pastor, but by a German Reformed minister, the Reverend Adam Nicholas Marcard, pastor of Coldwater Creek German Reformed Church of Cabarrus County, who served the Lutheran church on a part-time basis while it was without a pastor during the period of 17971800. The Reverend Marcard kept his records in a mixture of German and Latin, and the entry of June 3, 1798 can be translated as follows: Leonhard, born May 1, baptized June 3,1796. 1798. Son of Jeremias Bernhard, wife Elizabeth. Sponsors: Leonhard Kegel, wife Susanna The baptism was not performed at the church, but at the house of John Krebs on Beren Creek (i.e., Bear Creek), in what is now the western part of Stanly County. It would appear that the child Leonhard Bernhard was named after the god-father, Leonhard Kegel. It might be wondered if Elizabeth, mother of the child, was a daughter of Leonhard and Susanna Kegel, but evidence to that effect has yet to be found from other sources. Jeremiah Bernhard, and son Leonhard Bernhard, migrated with the Cagle's to Tennessee. At the time of the 1800 Federal Census, Leonard Cagle and wife Susannah, with their family of nine sons and one daughter, were enumerated in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Nearby was John Cagle, a possible adult son, as well as Jeremiah Barnett: Charles Cagle, who in 1800 was a single man of about 21 years of age, seems to be one of the four sons of Leonard Cagle who are listed in the 16-26 age bracket. The one son of Jeremiah Barnet was Leonard, b.1796. Charles Cagle, the brother of Leonard Cagle, died in Montgomery County in 1801, and Leonard was named the administrator of his estate. By September 1803, however, Leonard had moved to the State of Georgia. This is known not only from the 1803 Tax List of Clarke County, Georgia, on which Leonard appears, but from the proceedings of the September 1803 Sessions of the Superior Court for the Salisbury District in North Carolina (which included Montgomery County under its jurisdiction), which take up a claim by Paul Forror (Paul Furr) against the Charles Cagle estate. In the claim, it is noted, at one point, that 11 . . . Letters of Administration were Granted on his estate to one of the defendants, Leonard Kegle who has since moved to the State of Georgia." Leonard Cagle, in moving to Georgia, joined his oldest sons, Roger and George Cagle, both born 1760s, who had been in Georgia since the mid-1790s. Other sons of Leonard who appeared with him in various records in Clarke County, Georgia in the era of 1803-05 were David, c.1770-1850s, William, 1770s-1840s, Henry, c.1780-1850's, and John, 1780's-1832. Sons of Leonard who are presumed to have been with him in Georgia, but whose names are not known to appear in Clarke County records, are Charles, 1779-1870s, Robert, 1780's-1850's, Simon, 1790's-

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1860's, and Paul, c.1785-1860's. There is reason to believe that maybe one of the latter four men, Charles Cagle, did not appear in Clarke County records because he was situated in the adjoining county of Jackson. A clue to Charles' location is found in the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery in which Leonard Cagle and six of his sons are registered from Clarke County, but Charles is registered in Jackson County, along with Jeremiah Barnett and others of the Barnett family. It is believed that registration for the 1805 Land Lottery was made as early as 1803, although the actual drawing itself was not done until 1805. The list below shows the registration number of each participant, plus the number of draws and their success. (Married men had two draws, and single men had one draw; IBI stands for Blank or unsuccessful draws and 'PI stands for Prize or successful draw.) CLARKE COUNTY Cagle, Leonard #204 BB , David #208 BP Roger #201 B George #202 BB William #274 B John #275 B Henry #276 B JACKSON COUNTY Caggle, Charles #1089 B Barnett, Jeremiah #1286 BP Samuel #1283 BB William #1222 B John #1218 Thus far, no additional references to Charles Cagle have been found in the records of Jackson County, Georgia, and it would appear that his residence in the state of Georgia was a brief one, he departed for Tennessee sometime prior to 1810. The loss of many early records of Hickman County, Tennessee, including the earliest tax records and the Federal Census of 1810, makes it difficult to determine the exact year of arrival of the Cagle's in the county. However, judging from the fact that David and John Cagle, two brothers of Charles Cagle who migrated to Hickman County at an early date, are last known to have appeared in records of Georgia in 1806, when they sold their property in that state, it might be guessed that the Cagles' migration to Hickman County, Tennessee was in the era of 1806-1807. The area which is now Hickman and Perry Counties, Tennessee was opened to white settlement as part of an area ceded by the Chickasaw Indians in the 1805-1807 period. What is now Hickman County was briefly part of Dickson County, Tennessee until 1807 when Hickman was established as a county in its own right; the year 1807 also marked the beginning of an influx of settlers to the area. The arrival in 1807 of one family with Cagle ties, the Curbs or Curls, according to some records), is recounted on page 282 of Spence's 1900 work, A History of Hickman County, Tennessee, as follows: "A prominent preacher in this church today is Elder Thomas Cagle, of this district. He is a great-grandson of the pioneer Baptist preacher Thomas Curb, who lived in the Seventh District and preached throughout the surrounding country as early as 1807. Curb's daughter, Elizabeth, married Charles Cagle, the father of Thomas Cagle, Sr., who was the father of Elder Thomas Cagle." The Charles Cagle of the above quotation was Charles, 1779-1870's. In the 1810-1815 period, Hickman County lay on the edge of the frontier, for Indians owned all lands west of the Tennessee River. "The first white men to set foot in what is now Hickman County, or at least the first of whom there is any record, were the surveyors under Edmund Hickman, who came in 1785 to survey a tract of land on Piney River. On this trip Hickman lost his life at the hands of the Indians, who attacked the surveying party near the mouth of Defeated Creek, on Duck River, where the body of Hickman was buried by his companions. During the years 1801-1802 the Natchez Road, which touches this county on the East, was opened by the United State soldiers, under the command of Captain Robert Butler and Lieut. Edward P. Gains. In the latter part of the first year the soldiers reached what is now known as Gordon Ferry, on Duck River, where they went-into winter quarters and established a trading house. In 1805, upon the extinguishment of the Chickasaw Indians' title to the lands, Captain Gordon, then living in Nashville, made a settlement on Duck River, north of the ferry by his name, though he did not himself settle there until 1812. Thomas H. Benton, the distinguished Missouri senator, who served in the

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United State Senate for thirty-six years, was in the employ of Captain Gordon as clerk in his store at Gordon Ferry, in 1807-1808, where, it is said, he prosecuted his law studies at odd times and at nights. Among the first settlers in the Gordon Ferry neighborhood were Samuel Oliphant and Rosin L. Bishop, who located there in 180607. "Adam Wilson, from East Tennessee, was the first settler an Piney River, he clearing away the cane and undergrowth in 1806, and raised the first crop in the county. During the winter of 1806 other settlers located in the Wilson neighborhood, among whom were William Curl, Reuben Copeland, Samuel Walker, John Lowe, John Ward and Eli Hornbeck, the two former coming from East Tennessee and the latter from South Carolina. A year afterward Ship Landing, on Duck River, was settled by Josiah Ship, John Huddleston and Joseph McConnell. "Between 1807 and 1810 settlements were made as follows: James Peery (and sons, George, Levi and Buchanan), James Anderson, William Duncan, Samuel Aydelott, Henry Jones, Hugh Wallace, Henry Young, William and Jerry Hor- der, James Campbell, Joseph Morris, John and Boswell Clayton, John Buchanan and Jonathan Toll, on Swan Creek; James Inman and Henry Mayberry, on Lick Creek; Robert Dean, John Nicks, David Dunn and Gabkiel Fowlkes, on Mill Creek; David Herrin, on Taylor Creek; John Ward, on Bird Creek; Samuel Walker, on Sugar Creek; William Richardson, on Piney River; Obediah Finn and Samuel Lomax, on Duck River, below the mouth of Piney River. Other early settlers were Robert Wade, Bartley Milam, Joseph Jones, John Bates, Joseph Kimmins, Mark Black, Henry Breece, Levi Garrett, Elias Morris, Mervin Hinson, Charles Warren, Robert Beery, William, Elijah and Gilbert Hicks, Elias Deaton, Willis Dodson, Daniel Davidson, Spencer Tinsley, Clayborn Berryman, Jerry Booth, Hooton and William Harris, William Morrison, John and Clere McCann, John Angel, Thomas Green and George Hinson. The first mill erected in the county was built in 1808, on Mill Creek, by William Hale, an East Tennessean. Previous to this mill the settlers crushed the corn in old-fashioned mortars, or traveled to mill in Dickson County. Hale's mill was of water-power, and ground nothing but corn. In 1809 the first horse-power corn-mill was erected by Andrew Carrothers, on Sugar Creek. These mills did the grinding for the county for several years, and then numerous other similar mills were erected.,, William and Jerry Horder, mentioned above, were actually named Horner. On March 5, 1819-, John Richardson was married to Mary Horner at Beardstown, on the Buffalo River, in Perry County, and in 1824, as already noted, a Lewis Horner served as a chain carrier for the John Richardson survey. Although Charles Cagle is not mentioned in the Goodspeed account, it might be noted that mention is made of early settlement on Mill Creek and Taylor Creek, where Charles is thought to have settled upon arriving in Hickman County, prior to making his permanent settlement on the Cow Hollow branch of Beaverdam Creek. In addition to the Curb and Richardson families noted in the Goodspeed account, other names familiar to Cagle history are found, including those of George Peery, David Herrin and Robert Peery (misspelled as Beery in Goodspeed), who later served with Charles Cagle in Captain Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Militia during the War of 1812. William Curb, who arrived in the region by 1806, was an official in the new county of Hickman, as were the Lynns, another family with Cagle ties; the formation of the county is described on pages 792-793 of the Goodspeed History of Tennessee, as follows: "The act creating the county out of Dickson County was passed by the General Assembly in 1807, and was named in honor of Edmund Hickman, the surveyor, who was killed on Duck River by the Indians in 1785, an account of which is given above. The act authorizing the establishment of Hickman County appointed David Love, Joel Walker, John S. Prim and Joseph Lynn as commissioners to run the boundary lines, establish the county and select a county seat site. The same act appointed the following- lowing magistrates for the new county: Robert Anderson, William Curb, William Wilson, Alex Gray, Joshua McConnell, John Huddleston, Robert Dean and Gabriel Foulkes. "The magistrates met at the house of William Joslin, on Piney River, two miles north of Vernon, on the first Monday in April, 1808, and organized the county court by electing William Wilson, chairman; Millington Easley, clerk; William Phillips, sheriff; John Easley, Sr., trustee; Bart G. Stewart, register; James Lynn, ranger, and Alex Gray, coroner. "The commissioners appointed by the General Assembly for that purpose met in 1809, and selected a county site on the land of James Wilson and Joseph Lynn,on a high bluff on the east bank of Piney River, eight miles west from the present site of Centreville, and, laying off a town, named the same Vernon, in honor of Washington's home, in Virginia. A log courthouse was erected during the following year, when the courts adjourned thereto, and the records were also removed from the temporary court house at Wilson's dwelling."

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Charles Cagle, 1779-1870's, was unmarried at the time of the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, in which he registered from Jackson County, as evidenced by the fact that he had only one draw in the Lottery, whereas married men were given two draws. Charles apparently was still unmarried at the time of his arrival in Hickman County, Tennessee, even though he was approaching the age of thirty, for it is known that he married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Curb (or Curl), a pioneer preacher of Hickman County. Charles Cagle, upon arriving in Hickman County, seems to have settled first on Mill Creek, in Civil District 7, north of the Duck River in the northern end of Hickman County. This is known from page 282 of Spence's work, A History of Hickman County, Tennessee. "Although the Baptists were largely in the majority in this district, Samuel Chesser, of the Christian Church, preached on Sulphur Fork as far back as 1836. A prominent preacher in this church today is Elder Thomas Cagle, of this district. He is a great-grandson of the pioneer Baptist preacher, Thomas Curb, who lived in the Seventh District and preached throughout the surrounding country as early as 1807. Curb's daughter, Elizabeth, married Charles Cagle, the father of Thomas Cagle, Sr., who was the father of Elder Thomas Cagle. Charles Cagle lived on Mill Creek, in the Seventh District, at the time of the earthquake of 1811. He had a chill, and when the earth quake shook down some venison suspended over his bed, he thought that his ague was severer than usual. The people throughout the country had not recovered from the effects of the "Great Revival, of 1800, and they were much wrought up over the earthquake of 1811, which they understood as a manifestation of the Lord's displeasure. Andrew Carothers, the Baptist preacher, baptized large numbers who sought to flee from the wrath to come.,, The veracity of the above information is enhanced by the fact that the author, W. Jerome D. Spence, in preparing the manuscript for his work (published in 1900), interviewed Thomas Cagle, Sr., 1814-1897, the son of Charles Cagle, 1779-1870's. Charles Cagle, 1779-1870's, had settled on Mill Creek in north-central Hickman County, upon his arrival in the region, and was situated there at the time of the earthquake of 1811. By 1814, however, Charles had moved a few miles to the southwest, and located for a few years on Taylor Creek, in Civil District 7, in the west-central part of the county. This is known from information supplied by Charles's son, Thomas Cagle, Sr., 1814-1897, who was interviewed in the 1890's by Mr. Spence, who was researching his book, A History of Hickman County, Tennessee, which was published in 1900 in Nashville, Tennessee, by the Gospel Advocate Publishing Company. Mr. Spence, in his chapter on the settlers of Civil District 9, where the Cagle's lived after 1823, concludes with the following paragraph, on pages 288-289 of his work, which reveals, among other things, that Charles Cagle was born in North Carolina in 1779, and Thomas Cagle, Sr., was born on Taylor Creek in Hickman County, Tennessee in 1814:

1830 Census of Hickman County, Tennessee page 267 Cagle, Charles 00120001-0100001 It would appear, from the above account, that Charles Cagle lived on Taylor Creek for about a decade, and then located on Cow Hollow, a branch of Beaverdam Creek, in District 9 on the south side of the Duck River, where Charles lived until his death in the 1870s. It was apparently during his residence on Taylor Creek that Charles Cagle, with Henry, Adam and Abraham Cagle, enlisted on Nov. 13, 1814 in Capt. Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Infantry Militia, for a six-month term of service during the closing days of the War of 1812. A full account of the muster and pay rolls which bear their names is given in the June, July and August issues of the CAGLE JOURNAL, beginning on page 7 of each issue. Charles, Henry, and Adam Cagle, it might be noted, received pay for their service in the sum of $49.22 each, at the time of their discharge on May 13, 1815, and the heirs of Abraham Cagle, who had died on March 17, 1815, received $34.25. A part of southern Hickman County , on the south side of the Duck River which roughly bisects the county from east to west, was subject to a lingering claim by the Chickasaw Indians after their general cession of the land of the region in 1805-1807, and after the claim was satisfied in 1818, that portion of Hickman attracted new settlers. By 1823, the county seat was moved from Vernon, in north-central Hickman, to Centreville, on the Duck River in the middle of the county, to better serve the redistributed populace of the County. Among the families which moved to the south side of the Duck River was that of Charles Cagle, who located on the Cow Hollow, a branch of Beaverdam Creek, by 1823. Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, published in 1886, describes the founding of

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Centreville, on page 793. The Federal Census of 1810, as noted previously, was destroyed by fire, and the 1820 Census is the earliest extant enumeration for Hickman County. Charles Cagle, 1779-1870s, however, does not seem to be on the census rolls for 1820 Hickman, even though his brothers David, Henry and Simon are present, and it would appear that Charles was missed by the census-taker. The 1830 Census, which is the first on which Charles appears, reveals that he and wife Elizabeth had three sons born prior to 1820, two of whom were in the 15-20 age bracket (born 1810-1815) and one of whom was in the 10-15 age bracket (born 1815-1820). The two oldest sons can be identified as Thomas Cagle, b-1814, and Charles Cagle, Jr., born c.1815. There seems to be certain evidence that the third son was Samuel Cagle, as will be noted during the course of this article. At least one daughter, who appeared in the 1830 Hickman County Census in the 5-10 age bracket (born 1820-1825), was born to Charles and Elizabeth Cagle. Thomas Curb, the father- in-law of Charles Cagle, Sr., is not in the 1820 Hickman County Census, but a William Curl, age 45+, is present. Also present in 1820 Hickman is Jeremiah Barnett, who had appeared near the Cagle's in the 1800 Montgomery County, North Carolina Census, and near Charles Cagle, Sr. in the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery. Another family which would soon intermarry with the Cagle's, the Chessors, was headed in 1820 Hickman County by James Chessor, 1783-1879, two of whose daughters would later marry Thomas Cagle, b.1814, and Adam Coble. The Coble's were not yet in Hickman County in 1820, but seem to have been situated in Giles and Lincoln Counties, Tennessee, and a part of their number began to migrate to the Perry/Hickman County area of Tennessee in the 1820's and 1830's. Another source of information for the early Cagle history of Hickman County, Tennessee, and one which has been widely circulated by photocopy among Cagle researchers, is the 1946-1947 manuscript compiled by James E. Chessor, a descendant of the pioneer James Chessor, 1733-1779, titled The Rise of Christianity in South western Hickman County, 1836-1900. The copy used by the John G. Cagle is an unpublished manuscript on file at the Tennessee State Archives in Nashville, and he has been unable to determine if Mr. Chessor ever published a finished copy of the book. Mr. Chessor, in his manuscript, draws heavily on the 1900 Spence volume, A History of Hickman County, Tennessee, for which Thomas Cagle, Sr., 1814-1897, son old Charles Cagle, was a source; among other sources used by Mr. Chessor was information gained from Thomas Cagle, Jr., 1847-1919, whom he mentions as having known personally. It might be noted also, that the rise of Christianity in Hickman County, which is the topic of Mr. Chessor, refers not to Christianity in general, but to the Church of Christ, which made great gains among the populace of Hickman County during the 19th Century. Mr. Chessor, in his manuscript, makes two lengthy references to Charles Cagle, 1779-1870s, the first of which appears on page 29, and is transcribed below; note Mr. Chessor's reference to the children of Charles Cagle, which he crosses out. "Charles Cagle, born in North Carolina during the American Revolution, in 1779, settled on Mill Creek, in the 7th District, where he was living at the time of the earth-quake along the Mississippi, in 1811(Spence). He married Elizabeth Curb, daughter of the Pioneer Baptist preacher, Thomas Curb, who also lived in the 7th District, and preached throughout the surrounding country, beginning as early as 1807. This indicates the religious predilections of the early Cagle's; doubtless they followed the lead of Curb and others into the Baptist Church. Later Charles Cagle is known to have lived on Taylor's Creek in the same district. "Thomas Cagle, son of Charles and Elizabeth Curb Cagle, was born on Taylor's Creek, June 2, 1814. He settled in Cow Hollow, on a 50-acre occupant entry tract south of the Military Line, and was living here in the wilderness in his log cabin (the present home of Mrs. Charlotte Ammons) in 1823. He married Rachel Chessor, daughter of James Chessor, on Oct. 15, 1840. Spence says he was living (with whom we are not told) in Cow Hollow in the year "the stars fell," 1833, which information Uncle Tommy himself gave Mr. Spence. In fact, all that Spence gives about the Cagles was furnished by Uncle Tommy and his sons, Thomas Jr. and Samuel Cagle. Perhaps the reason Uncle Tommy entered "a 50-acre tract south of the Military Line" was because the Colonial Reservation of land on the north side for the benefit of soldiers and officers who had served in the Continental Army, the south side being open to occupant entries. At any rate, here he built his cabin in 1823. "Ten years later (1833) he saw the thrilling meteoric display which, in Pioneer chronology, made the year 1833 known as the "year the stars fell." (Spence} The second, and slightly earlier, document in which Charles is named in the 1824-25 era is a land grant of 50 Acres (entered June 30, 1824 and surveyed Aug. 9, 1324) to Paul Cagle, c-1785-1860s, the younger brother of Charles. This tract, which also lies on the Coi-i HolloNi branch, as did Charles' 80A grant, was made to Paul on Nov. 2, 1824. It is recorded in Tennessee Land Grant Book 1, page 506. The survey to the grant also is extant, and is transcribed below, followed by a copy of the original document; note that Charles Cagle served with Paul as the chain carriers to the survey.

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Paul Cagle By a Scale of 40 poles pJ; Tnch. 50 Acres State of Tennessee Hickman County -----By Virtue of entry W. 44 dated 30th day of June 1824 ------ I have surveyed for Paul Cagle Fifty Acres of land in this County on the Waters of Beaver Dam Creek in the Cow Hallow, Beginning on a Maple about eighteen poles West of a Branch, Runs south One hundred & Ten poles to a Stake thence West Seventy Two and eight Tenth poles to a Hickory, White oak & Chestnut, thence North One hundred & Ten poles to a Stake thence East Seventy Two & eight Tenth poles to the Beginning. Surveyed 4th day of August 1824 -------------------- - --------Paul Cagle & C.C. John Hughlett, D.S.* Charles Cagle *(Deputy Surveyor)

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Chessor Cemetery, Tennessee Census 1: 1830, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 3: 1850, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 4: 1860, Hickman County, Tennessee Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia Poll Tax: 1836, Hickman County, Tennessee - District 9, 87 acres. Tax List: 1867, Hickman County, Tennessee Children of CHARLES CAGLE and ELIZABETH CURB are:

144. 145. 146. i. ii. iii. iv. v. THOMAS4 CAGLE, b. June 02, 1814, Taylor's Creek, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. 1897, Hickman County, Tennessee. SAMUEL CAGLE, b. Bet. 1815 - 1820, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1848-1911. CHARLES JACOB CAGLE, b. March 28, 1818, Taylor's Creek, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. August 22, 1928, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. Aft. 1820, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1821-1914. SUSAN CAGLE, b. Aft. 1820, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1821-1914.

35. LEONARD3 CAGLE, JR. (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 01, 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died October 15, 1845 in Near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri. He married (1) ELIZABETH SMITH 1802 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of D RURY SMITH and SARAH MOTLEY. She was born October 21, 1787 in South Carolina, and died August 06, 1866 in Near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri. He married (2) LYDIA FULLBRIGHT Abt. 1835 in Georgia. She was born 1803 in North Carolina, and died Unknown in Franklin County, Arkansas. Notes for LEONARD CAGLE, JR.: Leonard and Elizabeth were from the area of Cabarrus/Stanley Counties of North Carolina to Warren/Allen Counties, Kentucky between 1800 and 1810. In the 1840's the family migrated to Jasper County, Missouri where Leonard soon died in 1845. By 1860, son Lindsey had moved across the county line into Lawrence County, where his family settled permanently. The following information is from the Family Bible of Leonard Cagle as furnished by a Robert Ernest Cagle of California. One of the sons, Linsey settled in Lawrence County, Missouri. Henry was in California in 1850 and 1860. Robert died as an infant. Edwin stayed in Jasper County, Missouri. David remained in Jasper County, Missouri. Benjamin who died in 1900 moved to Charlton County, Missouri. Willis moved to Saline County, Missouri. Rebecca 1817-1884 married John Logan Schooling on January 29, 1845 and their daughter Barthena Schooling married David C. Cagle who was born in 1843 (they were first cousins) and was the son of Lindsey Cagle, 1807-1843, on July 20, 1865.Information on this family is from Bible sent by Roberta Ernest Cagle of California to John G. Cagle of Arkansas. This per Nancy Jane Balmer at Cagle discussion group at www.genforum.com, July 31, 1998.We will pick up Leonard's story at this point, because as we will soon see, he was the direct ancestor of our Cagle's of the Cagle House Reunion of Prescott, Arkansas. Leonard was born in or near the year 1780, probably Moore, Montgomery or Mecklenburg County, North

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Carolina. By the year 1803, Leonard was married and living in Lincoln County, North Carolina, a short distance to the west of the town of Charlotte. By 1816, he had moved to Haywood County, near the town of Asheville, where he remained until the 1820's. At that time he moved to Georgia and was living in Henry County, outside of Atlanta, by the time of the 1830 Federal Census. By 1850, he had moved to Chatooga County, near the Alabama state line not far from Rome. The following story is taken from the Civil War Centennial Edition of the Carthage, Missouri newspaper (THE PRESS): "Some insight into events which transpired during the earliest days of the school [LaGrange] was noted Oct. 5, 1956, in a letter to The Press, by L. O. Cagle, Yucaipa, California, Cagle wrote: "My paternal grandparents, Leonard and Elizabeth Cagle, came from Bowling Green, Kentucky, and settled on what is known as the Kellogg farm across Spring river from town in the year 1845. They had a large family, the youngest of whom, Willis, then 15 years of age, became an early day school teacher there and later became my father. "Most of the family went to Chariton county, Missouri, to escape the ravages of war. However, one son, David, was in service and another, Ed, who lived at Reeds, refused to leave. The following information is from the Family Bible of Leonard Cagle as furnished by a Robert Ernest Cagle of California: "One of the sons, Linsey settled in Lawrence County, Missouri. Henry was in California in 1850 and 1860. Robert died as an infant. Edwin stayed in Jasper County, Missouri. David remained in Jasper County, Missouri. Benjamin who died in 1900 moved to Charlton County, Missouri. Henry moved to California and was enumerated in the US Federal Census of 1850 and 1860. More About LEONARD CAGLE, JR.: Burial: Unknown, Near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri Census 1: 1810, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and two sons. Census 2: 1820, Allen County, Kentucky Census 3: 1830, Chatooga County, Georgia at age 70 Census 4: 1840, Allen County, Kentucky Occupation: Wagon maker Notes for ELIZABETH SMITH: Eliza Smith Cagle, 1787-1866, widow of Leonard Cagle, 1780-1845, appears here in her last census listing. Charles, Benjamin and Willis, all of whom married after 30 years of age, were her three youngest sons. Oldest son, Lindsey lived in adjoining Lawrence County, second son Henry lived in California, and middle sons Erwin and David were in Jasper County. The family of Elizabeth and Leonard moved to Missouri in the 1840's, from the Warren/Allen County region in Kentucky. Leonards father was probably John Cagle, Sr. 1740-1826 of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, who moved to Davidson County, Tennessee about 1800. An even earlier migrant to Jasper of old Barry County, Missouri was Jacob Cagle, 1770's-1836, the brother of Leonard, 17801845. The remnant of Jacob's family was still in Jasper County in 1850, then moved on to other states. One son of Jacob, Robert C. F. 1831-1915, later settled in Hickory County, Missouri.

More About ELIZABETH SMITH: Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Children of LEONARD CAGLE and ELIZABETH SMITH are:

147. 148. 149. i. ii. iii. iv. JACOB C.4 CAGLE, b. April 14, 1804, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. April 24, 1886, Board Camp, Polk County, Arkansas at 82 years of age.. LINDSEY CAGLE, b. May 19, 1807, Warren County, Kentucky; d. December 02, 1863, Lawrence County, Missouri. JOSEPH F. CAGLE, b. January 21, 1808, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. April 14, 1873, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas at age 65.. HENRY CAGLE, b. December 16, 1809, Allen County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1851-1900, California; m. MARTHA ANN HEWLETT, October 16, 1846, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1804-1829, Pierce

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City, Lawrence County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1851-1917. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, California Census 2: 1860, California 150. 151. v. vi. vii. 152. 153. 154. 155. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. SYNTHA CAGLE, b. 1811, Lincoln County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1851-1906. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. December 30, 1811, Allen County, Kentucky; d. October 06, 1836, Allen County, Kentucky. ROBERT CAGLE, b. December 14, 1813, Warren County, Kentucky; d. August 25, 1814, Warren County, Kentucky. LYDIA A. CAGLE, b. 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1860, Amity, Clark County, Arkansas. EDWIN CAGLE, b. July 11, 1815, Allen, Pike County, Kentucky; d. August 20, 1864, Reeds, Jasper County, Missouri. REBECCA CAGLE, b. November 28, 1817, Allen County, Kentucky; d. September 15, 1884, Lawrence County, Missouri. DAVID F. CAGLE, b. January 28, 1820, Allen County, Kentucky; d. March 1896, Jasper County, Missouri. CHARLES CAGLE, b. April 09, 1823, Allen County, Kentucky; d. February 14, 1867, Barry County, Missouri. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri 156. xiii. xiv. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. July 31, 1825, Allen County, Kentucky; d. August 18, 1900, Charlton County, Missouri. SARAH SALLY CAGLE, b. February 25, 1828, Allen, Pike County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1862-1923, Jasper County, Missouri; m. MASTER MOTLEY, June 28, 1857, Jasper County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1808-1837; d. WFT Est. 1862-1922. More About SARAH SALLY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri 157. xv. WILLIS F. CAGLE, b. October 16, 1830, Bowling Green, Allen County, Kentucky; d. April 14, 1879, Saline County, Missouri.

36. SAMPSON3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 08, 1782 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died January 17, 1874 in Warren County, Kentucky. He married FRANCES M. SMITH August 09, 1804 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, daughter of DRURY SMITH and SARAH MOTLEY. She was born June 18, 1789 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died April 12, 1872 in Warren County, Kentucky. Notes for SAMPSON CAGLE: The 1810 Census of Warren County, Kentucky shows Sampson with one male 10-16 years of age, one female 1016 years of age and another male 25 - 45 years of age, possibly another brother. It is unknown who these two children under 16 years of age are. Sampson's grave site has been located in the Cagle-Motley Cemetery near Hunt's Bend of the Barren River in Warren County, Kentucky, and contains five inscribed stones, plus about a dozen graves marked only with fieldstone. The five inscribed stones are those of Sampson and wife, and three of their daughters, Rebecca, Susan and Frances. Sampson was born in North Carolina, possibly in what is now Moore Co., which was formed in 1784 from old Cumberland County, and probably grew to adulthood in what is now Cabarrus County formed in 1792 from old Mecklenburg County. Sampson was a veteran of the War of 1812 and served in the Battle of Tippecanoe. The Cagle-Motley Cemetery is on Sampson's old home place. Sampson migrated to Warren County, Kentucky with his brother, Leonard and remained until his death. Sampson is believed to be the son of John Cagle Sr ca 1740-1826 who moved from North Carolina to Davidson County, Tennessee about 1800. Sampson along with his older brother Leonard 1780-1845, moved to Warren County, Kentucky between 1800 and 1810 and appeared in the 1810 US Fedreal Census of 1810 of Warren County. In the 1840s, Leonard moved to Jasper County, Missouri, but Sampson remained in Kentucky until his death. Sampson lived in Allen County which adjoins Warren County during a part of his time in Kentucky. The 1830 census of Warren County shows Sampson with one son and six daughters. The son's name is unknown. Two of the daughters, Susan and Frances, listed in the 1860 census were unmarried and are buried near their parents in the family cemetery on the Sampson Cagle home place near Hunt's Bend River in Warren County, Kentucky.

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The 1810 Census of Warren County, shows Sampson with one male 10-16 one female 10-16 another male 25 - 45 possibly another brother. It is unknown who these two children under 16 years. Sampson grave site has been located, the Cagle/Motley Cemetery near Hunt's Bend of the Barren River in Warren County, Kentucky and contains five inscribed stones plus about a dozen graves marked only with fieldstone. The five inscribed stones are those of Sampson and wife and three of their daughters Rebecca, Susan and Frances. Sampson was born in North Carolina, possibly in what is now Moore County which was formed in 1784 from old Cumberland Co., and probably grew to adulthood in what is now Cabarrus County formed in 1792 from old Mecklenburg Co. Sampson was a veteran of the War of 1812 and served in the Battle of Tippecanoe. The Cagle/Motley Cemetery is on Sampson's old home place. Sampson migrated to Warren Co., KY with his brother, Leonard and remained until his death. Sampson is believed to be the son of John Cagle,Sr. 1740-1826 who moved from North Carolina to Davidson County, Tennessee about 1800. Sampson along with his older brother Leonard 1780-1845, moved to Warren County, Kentucky between 1800 and 1810 and appeared in the 1810 US Federal Census of 1810 of Warren County. In the 1840s, Leonard moved to Jasper County, Missouri, but Sampson remained in Kentucky until his death. Sampson lived in Allen County which adjoins Warren County during a part of his time in Kentucky. The 1830 census of Warren County shows Sampson with one son and six daughters. The son's name is unknown. Two of the daughters, Susan and Frances, listed in the 1860 census were unmarried and are buried near their parents in the family cemetery on the Sampson Cagle home place near Hunt's Bend River in Warren County, Kentucky.

More About SAMPSON CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Cagle Family Cemetery, Warren County, Kentucky Census 1: 1810, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and two children. Census 2: 1820, Allen County, Kentucky Census 3: 1830, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and nine children. Census 4: 1850, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and three children. Census 5: 1860, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and two children. Census 6: 1870, Warren County, Kentucky with wife and two children. Military service: War of 1812 More About FRANCES M. SMITH: Burial: April 13, 1872, Cagle-Motley Cemetery, Hunts Bend, Barren River, Warren County, Kentucky Census: 1850, Warren County, Kentucky Children of SAMPSON CAGLE and FRANCES SMITH are:

158. i. ii. iii. iv. 159. v. vi. SALLY4 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1804-1831, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1810-1914. REBECCA CAGLE, b. September 29, 1808, Moore County, North Carolina; d. September 17, 1871, Warren County, Kentucky. SON CAGLE, b. Bef. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1900. MARY POLLY CAGLE, b. June 08, 1811, Warren County, Kentucky; d. January 29, 1875; m. JOHN MOTLEY, WFT Est. 1825-1855; b. WFT Est. 1794-1814; d. WFT Est. 1828-1900. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1818, Warren County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1868, Butler County, Kentucky. SUSAN CAGLE, b. March 03, 1818, Allen County, Kentucky; d. February 06, 1882, Warren County, Kentucky; m. UNKNOWN MOTLEY, WFT Est. 1832-1862; b. WFT Est. 1801-1821; d. WFT Est. 1835-1907. More About SUSAN CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Sampson Cagle Homeplace near Hunt's Bend River, Warren County, Kentucky Census: 1850, Warren County, Kentucky vii. 160. viii. ix. CHRISTIANA CAGLE, b. 1823; d. WFT Est. 1824-1917; m. JAMES W. HILL, November 21, 1842, Warren County, Kentucky; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. October 14, 1827, Warren County, Kentucky; d. October 26, 1911, Butler County, Kentucky. FRANCES CAGLE, b. October 09, 1829, Allen County, Kentucky; d. July 24, 1885, Warren County, Kentucky. More About FRANCES CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Sampson Cagle Homeplace near Hunt's Bend River, Warren County, Kentucky

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Census: 1850, Warren County, Kentucky x. DREWERY ANN CAGLE, b. 1831, Warren County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1832-1925. More About DREWERY ANN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Kentucky

37. ROBERT3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1783 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Decatur County, Tennessee. He married (1) ELIZABETH UNKNOWN Bef. 1805 in North Carolina. She was born WFT Est. 1785-1791 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1820 in Perry County, Tennessee. He married (2) JEMIMA UNKNOWN Abt. 1824 in Perry County, Tennessee. She was born 1790 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1840 in Decatur County, Tennessee. Notes for ROBERT CAGLE: Robert who was present early in the Perry/Decatur County area of Tennessee, and who is believed, although not conclusively proven, to be the son of Leonard Cagle, 1730's-1800's. Robert, Simon and Paul, unlike the other known and presumed sons of Leonard Cagle and wife Susannah Richardson, are not known to appear in the county records in either Montgomery County, North Carolina or Clarke County, Georgia, where Leonard Cagle and sons lived during the late 1790's and early 1800's. Rather, Robert, Simon and Paul do not begin to appear in the records until the decade of the 1810's, by which time they were already located in western Tennessee. Robert Cagle first appears in Stewart County, Tennessee, during the era of 1810-15, and, after a single known appearance in Hickman County, Tennessee in the late 1817/18, is found in the records of Perry and Decatur Counties, Tennessee from the year 1820 until his death in the mid 1850's. Robert's two oldest sons, it is believed, were born in North Carolina in the 1805-09 era, after which he migrated to Tennessee and located for some five years in Stewart County. His appearances in the record books of Stewart County can be summarized as follows: 1810 through 1812, Tax lists; 1813-1814, Jury Duty; 1815 appointed as a part of a road crew; 1815, Jury Duty. During the time Robert was in Stewart County, Tennessee, his presumed brothers David, Charles, Henry, Simon and Paul Cagle were establishing residence in Hickman County, and Robert joined them there in 1817. Robert was not selected for jury duty in Stewart County in 1816 and may have already began his move to Hickman County, Tennessee where on March 25, 1817, Robert makes his only known appearance in the records of Hickman County, when he, along with Daniel Forsee, witnessed the sale of a slave by John Bird, Sr. to Valentine Flowers. In January 1818, Robert and Daniel Forsee also confirmed their signatures before the county court, and the deed was ordered to be recorded in Hickman County, Deed Book D, page 6. The chances seem to be good that Robert Cagle, at the time of the 1817 deed did not live within the boundaries of modern Hickman County, but in the western part of Hickman which was made into Perry County in 1818, for Robert was enumerated in the New County of Perry in the Federal Census of 1820: The listing for Robert Cagle shows him in the 45+ age bracket, but this may be an error, since the 1850 Census of Decatur County, Tennessee later lists Robert at age 67 in that year (born 1783). No females are listed in Robert's household in 1820, and it would appear his first wife (name unknown) had died, leaving him with three young sons, two of which were in the 10-16 age bracket and the third in the under 10 bracket. It is believed the three sons were Robert Cagle, Jr., 1805-1875, who later migrated to Stone County, Arkansas, Paul Cagle, born 1806-09 era and died after 1880, who later migrated to Attala County, Mississippi, and John David Cagle, born 1810's and died after 1880, who remained in and around the Perry/Decatur County, region of Tennessee. During the 1820's Robert, Sr. married Jemima (surname unknown), and had two additional children, Henry C. Cagle and Elizabeth Cagle. Near the time of the 1820 Census, Robert appeared in another document in Perry County, when he joined John Cagle, Paul Cagle and many other residents of Perry County in signing a petition of June 18, 1820 to the Tennessee House of Representatives, regarding the south boundary line of adjacent Humphreys County, as well as a need for a polling place for that part of Perry County which lay to the west of the Tennessee River. Robert bought land from Moses Christenbury on December 31, 1845, as recorded in Deed Book 1, page 8. He sold this land two years later to George M. Baber, as recorded in Deed Book 1, page 80. Robert appears a third time in Deed Book 1, page 173, when on December 18, 1848, he sold assorted livestock and household goods to his son, Henry C. Cagle, for $200. Robert lived in Stewart, Perry and Decatur Counties, Tennessee and appeared in the 1850 census of Decatur. In the early 1850's Robert Cagle, Sr. applied for a land grant in Decatur County, Tennessee. In the Decatur County, Tennessee Chancery Court Enrolling Docket, Volume 1 pages 98-99 states that on the first day of April 1856, there was granted by the State of Tennessee to Robert Cagle, Sr. 110 acres of land lying and being in Decatur County by Grant No 15380, i Range 8 Section 1. On December 10, 1868, Roger Gibson filed a complaint in Decatur County Tennessee Chancery Court Enrolling Docket, Vol. 1 pages 98-99 against Paul Cagle, a resident of the State of Mississippi and Robert Cagle, Jr, a resident of the State of Arkansas to force a sale of this property as one unit. In this

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complaint brought by Roger Gibson, husband of Elizabeth Cagle, the complainant states that after said Land was so Granted, the said Robert Cagle, Sr. died, leaving the Defendants Paul Cagle and Robert Cagle, Jr, David Cagle, Henry C. Cagle and Elizabeth Cagle, his only Children and Heirs at Law. Records show the land was divided five ways. David and Elizabeth sold their shares to Henry C. Cagle, giving him 3/5 of the land. Later, Henry C. Cagle sold this 3/5 share back to Roger Gibson, the husband of Elizabeth Cagle. 1830 Census, Perry Co., Tennessee, page 237 Cagle, Robert 011001-011101 1850 Census, Decatur County, Tennessee, page 439 Cagle, Robert 67 NC Farmer Jemima 60 " Henry C. 25 " Laborer For a fifteen year period 1830 census to the time of the formation of Decatur County, in late 1845, no records exist for Robert Cagle 1783-1856 in Perry County, Tennessee. This is possibly due to the loss of records resulting from the court house fire, although it might also, be considered whether Robert was absent from the county during this period. During this period, however, his sons, Robert, Jr., Paul and David make a number of appearances in Hardeman and McNairy Counties, Tennessee, and in Arkansas and Mississippi. It might be noted, Robert is absent from the 1837 Tax List of Perry County, which is the only early tax list known to survive the fire for Perry County; however, Paul Cagle, Robert's brother is included on the list. Robert, in November 1846 made an entry for a land grant of 110 1/2 acres in Rang 8, Section 1, in the northern end of Decatur County. The tract was surveyed on Nov 26, 1846, and granted to on Jan 1, 1855, as Grant Number 15144, as recorded in Land Grant Book 19, page 985. It is unclear why two grants were issued for the same tract, unless Robert had made entries in both Perry and Decatur Counties. During the 1840s, during the time when Decatur was being created from the western end of Perry. Robert died shortly after the grant was made, either in late 1856 or in the early part of 1857, and each of his children inherited a 1/5 share of the grant. In a series of deeds and document, dating from 1857 through 1874, this property was eventually sold outside the family. Robert Cagle first appears in Stewart County, Tennessee, during the era of 1810-1815, and, after a single known appearance in Hickman County, Tennessee in the late 1810's, is found in the records of Perry and Decatur Counties, Tennessee from the year 1820 until his death in the mid 1850's. Robert's two oldest sons, it is believed, were born in North Carolina in the 1805-1809 era, after which he migrated to Tennessee and located for some five years in Stewart County. His appearances in the record books of Stewarf County can be summarized as follows: 1810 through 1812, Tax lists; 1813-1814, Jury Duty; 1815 appointed as a part of a road crew; 1815, Jury Duty. During the time Robert was in Stewart County, Tennessee, his presumed brothers David, Charles, Henry, Simon and Paul Cagle were establishing residence in Hickman County, and Robert joined them there in 1817. Robert was not selected for jury duty in Stewart County in 1816 and may have already began his move to Hickman County, Tennessee where on March 25, 1817, Robert makes his only known appearance in the records of Hickman County, when he, along with Daniel Forsee, witnessed the sale of a slave by John Bird, Sr. to Valentine Flowers. In Jan 1818, Robert and Daniel Forsee also confirmed their signatures before the county court, and the deed was ordered to be recorded in Hickman County, Deed Book D, page 6. The chances seem to be good that Robert Cagle, at the time of the 1817 deed did not live within the boundaries of modern Hickman County, but in the western part of Hickman which was made into Perry County in 1818, for Robert was enumerated in the New County of Perry in the Federal Census of 1820: The listing for Robert Cagle shows him in the 45+ age bracket, but this may be an error, since the 1850 Census of Decatur County, Tennessee later lists Robert at age 67 in that year (born 1783). No females are listed in Robert's household in 1820, and it would appear his first wife (name unknown) had died, leaving him with three young sons, two of which were in the 10-16 age bracket and the third of which was in the under 10 bracket. It is believed the three sons were Robert Cagle, Jr., 1805-1875, who later migrated to Stone County, Arkansas, Paul Cagle, born 1806-1809 era and died after 1880, who later migrated to Attala County, Mississippi, and John David Cagle, born 1810's and died after 1880, who remained in and around the Perry/Decatur County, region of Tennessee. During the 1820's Robert, Sr. married Jemima (surname unknown), and had two additional children, Henry C. Cagle and Elizabeth Cagle.

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Near the time of the 1820 Census, Robert appeared in another document in Perry County, when he joined John Cagle, Paul Cagle and many other residents of Perry County in signing a petition of June 18, 1820 to the Tennessee House of Representatives, regarding the south boundary line of adjacent Humphreys County, as well as a need for a polling place for that part of Perry County which lay to the west of the Tennessee River. Robert bought land from Moses Christenbury on Dec 31, 1845, as recorded in Deed Book 1, page 8. He sold this land two years later to George M. Baber, as recorded in Deed Book 1, page 80. Robert appears a third time in Deed Book 1, page 173, when on December 18, 1848, he sold assorted livestock and household goods to his son, Henry C. Cagle, for $200. Robert lived in Stewart, Perry and Decatur Counties, Tennessee and appeared in the 1850 census of Decatur. In the early 1850's Robert Cagle, Sr. applied for a land grant in Decatur County, Tennessee.. In the Decatur County, Tennessee Chancery Court Enrolling Docket, Volume 1 pages 98-99 states that on the first day of April 1856, there was granted by the State of Tennessee to Robert Cagle, Sr. 110 acres of land lying and being in Decatur County by Grant No 15380, Range 8 Section 1. On December 10, 1868, Roger Gibson filed a complaint in Decatur County, Tennessee Chancery Court Enrolling Docket, Volume 1 pages 98-99 against Paul Cagle, a resident of the State of Mississippi and Robert Cagle, Jr., a resident of the State of Arkansas to force a sale of this property as one unit. In this complaint brought by Roger Gibson, husband of Elizabeth Cagle, the complainant states that after said Land was so Granted, the said Robert Cagle, Sr. died, leaving the Defendants Paul Cagle and Robert, Jr., David Cagle, H. C. Cagle and Elizabeth Cagle, his only Children and Heirs at Law. Records show the land was divided five ways. David and Elizabeth sold their shares to Henry C. Cagle, giving him 3/5 of the land. Later, Henry C. Cagle sold this 3/5 share back to Roger Gibson, the husband of Elizabeth Cagle. For a fifteen year period 1830 census to the time of the formation of Decatur County, in late 1845, no records exist for Robert Cagle 1783-1856 in Perry County, Tennessee. This is possibly due to the loss of records resulting from the court house fire, although it might also, be considered whether Robert was absent from the county during this period. During this period, however, his sons, Robert Jr., Paul and David make a number of appearances in Hardeman and McNairy Counties, Tennessee, and in Arkansas and Mississippi. It might be noted, Robert is absent from the 1837 Tax List of Perry County, which is the only early tax list known to survive the for Perry County; however, Paul Cagle, Robert's brother is included on the list. Robert, in November 1846 made an entry for a land grant of 110 1/2 acres in Rang 8, Section 1, in the northern end of Decatur County. The tract was surveyed on Nov 26, 1846, and granted to on January 1, 1855, as Grant Number 15144, as recorded in Land Grant Book 19, page 985. It is unclear why two grants were issued for the same tract, unless Robert had made entries in both Perry and Decatur Counties, during the 1840's, during the time when Decatur was being created from the western end of Perry. Robert died shortly after the grant was made, either in late 1856 or in the early part of 1857, and each of his children inherited a 1/5 share of the grant. In a series of deeds and document, dating from 1857 through 1874, this property was eventually sold outside the family.

More About ROBERT CAGLE: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee at age 67 years. Notes for JEMIMA UNKNOWN: Robert, Sr. who had been a widower at the time of the 1820 Perry County Census, had remarried during the 1820s to Jemima (surname unknown), who seems to have been a widow with children at the time of their marriage. It would appear that the two oldest daughters in Robert's household in 1830 Perry County, in the 10-15 and 15-20 age brackets, were Jemima's children by her previous marriage, and that the oldest son in the household, in the 1015 age bracket, was David Cagle, born 1810s, the son of Robert, Sr., and his first wife. The two youngest children in the household, a son and daughter in the 5-10 age bracket, presumably were Henry C. Cagle and Elizabeth who were in their 20's at the time of the1850 census.

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More About JEMIMA UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee at age 60 years. Children of ROBERT CAGLE and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:

161. 162. 163. i. ii. iii. ROBERT4 CAGLE, JR., b. 1805, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1875, Henderson County, Tennessee. PAUL CAGLE, b. 1806, Moore County, North Carolina; d. August 19, 1882, Attala County, Mississippi. JOHN DAVID CAGLE, b. June 15, 1812, Perry County, Tennessee; d. January 01, 1882, Decatur County, Tennessee.

Children of ROBERT CAGLE and JEMIMA UNKNOWN are:

164. 165. iv. v. HENRY C.4 CAGLE, b. 1825, Perry County, Tennessee; d. 1899, Henderson County, Tennessee. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1828, Perry County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1863, Henderson County, Tennessee.

38. JOHN LOUIS3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1784 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1835 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1797-1826. She was born WFT Est. 1763-1789, and died WFT Est. 1810-1878. He married (2) P ERCILLA HAYNES WFT Est. 1798-1824. She was born 1786, and died September 15, 1868 in Attala County, Mississippi. Notes for JOHN LOUIS CAGLE: John was a fortunate drawer in the 1805 Land Lottery of Georgia, and received his grant of 202 acres in Wilkinson (present Laurens) County, on December 18, 1805. John then sold his land the next month, on January 2, 1806, and is not known to appear in Georgia records after that date. As noted in an article on John Cagle in the December 1994 issue of the Cagle Journal, he then appeared some 17 years later, as a purchaser of livestock, on October 6, 1823 in Amite County, Mississippi with his deed witnessed by Leonard Cagle, son of Roger Cagle, 1763-1838. John then made a few additional appearances in Amite and Copiah Counties, Mississippi records, and died in Copiah County in 1832, with his estate administered by Roger. The mystery of his location between the years 1806 and 1823 probably can be solved by a look at two documents from Hickman and Perry Counties, Tennessee, from the years 1819 and 1820, which seem to indicate that he was part of the large Cagle migration to the Hickman County area of Tennessee prior to his settling in Mississippi in 1823. The first document from Hickman County Deed Book E, page 364 shows John Cagle and Jeremiah Barnett witnessed the December 15, 1819 sale by John Davis to Levi McCullum of 300 acres on Beaverdam Creek. This creek, in District 9 in western Hickman County, is a large stream into which flows the smaller Cow Hollow Creek, the home of Charles Cagle, 1779-1870's. It is known that Jeremiah Barnett had been a neighbor of the Cagles in North Carolina, and had appeared with the Cagle's in baptismal and land records in that state in the 1790's, prior to migrating with them to Georgia and then to Tennessee. The second Tennessee document, which shows John Cagle, 1780's-1832, was in Tennessee between his residence in Georgia and Mississippi, is an 1820 Legislative Petition from Perry County, Tennessee. This Petition from the January 1979 issue of the "River Counties of Middle Tennessee" quarterly, shows that Robert, John and Paul Cagle joined a group of men in petitioning the House of Representatives regarding the county boundary line and the establishment of a polling place. It is believed that Robert and Paul, like John, were the sons of Leonard 1730-1800s. Another possibility might be as proposed by Jimmy B. Cagle in his book, "Cagle Families of the Southern States". "John L. Cagle, while in Mississippi, lived near the family of Roger Cagle, Sr., formerly of Clarke County, Georgia, who had moved westward about 1804, and it appears likely John was the younger brother or maybe a half brother of Roger Cagle. Roger Cagle, after a brief stay in what is now Jefferson County, Missouri in 1804-05, is believed to have moved to what is now East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, sometime in the 1805-1810 era. That region, at the time, was still part of the Spanish West Florida, and did not become property of the United States until December 1810, thus, the residents of the area were missed in the census of 1810. It is believed Roger Cagle was in the area in 1810 and it is possible John Cagle was there as well, which would account for his absence in the 1810 census. John seems to have been married sometime during the decade of the 1800-1810 as evidenced by the fact that his daughter Susan Cagle was later married in 1823, in Amite County, Mississippi which adjoins East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. John also had a son George Cagle, who was born in the 1800-1810 period. (John G. Cagle, The Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry, December 1994, page 7." Census: 1820, Assumption Parish, Louisiana Land Lottery: 1805, Clarke County, Georgia

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This John L. Cagle, while in Mississippi, lived near the family of Roger Cagle, Sr., formerly of Clarke County, Georgia, who had moved westward about 1804, and it appears likely that John was the younger brother or maybe a half brother of Roger Cagle. Roger Cagle, after a brief stay in what is now Jefferson County, Missouri in 18041805, is believed to have moved to what is now East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, sometime in the 1805-1810 era. That region, at the time, was still part of the Spanish West Florida, and did not become property of the United States until December of 1810,thus, the residents of the area were missed in the census of 1810. It is believed Roger Cagle was in the area in 1810 and it is possible John Cagle was there as well, which would account for his absence in the 1810 census. John seems to have been married sometime during the decade of the 1800-1810 as evidenced by the fact that his daughter Susan Cagle was later married in 1823, in Amite County, Mississippi which adjoins East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. John also had a son George Cagle, who was born in the 1800-1810 period. (John G. Cagle, The Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry, December 1994, page 7.

More About JOHN LOUIS CAGLE: Census: 1820, Assumption Parish, Louisiana Notes for PERCILLA HAYNES: Information from Sara Manning's Family Tree states that she died in 1858. Precilla was accompanied in the late 1830's by her son, Isaac to the Holmes County region of central Mississippi.

More About PERCILLA HAYNES: Burial: September 16, 1868, Cagle-Swinney Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Children of JOHN CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

166. i. ii. SUSANNA4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1802; d. WFT Est. 1838-1897. GEORGE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1807; d. WFT Est. 1836-1898; m. M ARY RUCKER, January 01, 1829, Copiah County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1792-1816; d. WFT Est. 1835-1904. Marriage Notes for GEORGE CAGLE and MARY RUCKER: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900.

Children of JOHN CAGLE and PERCILLA HAYNES are:

iii. iv. MARY ALINE4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1806, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1807-1900. LITTLE BERRY CAGLE, b. February 28, 1813; d. Unknown. More About LITTLE BERRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi 167. 168. 169. v. vi. vii. viii. WILLIAM HENRY CAGLE, b. 1814, Georgia; d. Abt. 1873, Madison County, Mississippi. ISAAC CAGLE, b. 1819, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. 1873, Rankin County, Mississippi. ELI CAGLE, b. May 28, 1823, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. January 09, 1891, Pelahatchie, Rankin County, Mississippi. JEPTHA CAGLE, b. 1824, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1825-1914.

39. PAUL3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1785 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1865 in Clay Township, Dunklin County, Missouri. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1817 in Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1779-1806, and died Abt. 1837 in Missouri. He married (2) E LIZABETH ANN HILL May 22, 1850 in New Madrid County, Missouri. She was born December 26, 1826 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1856-1920. Notes for PAUL CAGLE: Paul was one of three possible sons of Leonard Cagle who are not known to appear with Leonard in the records of North Carolina and Georgia, the other two being Robert and Simon. It is thought Robert, Simon and Paul were

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among the seven minor sons of Leonard, as listed in the 1790 Federal Census in Moore County, North Carolina and were too young to appear in the records of North Carolina and Georgia prior to the family's move to the Hickman County, Tennessee region, about 1807. Since Paul does not appear in the records of North Carolina and Georgia, it seems likely he was still unmarried, in his early 20's, when he migrated to Tennessee, perhaps arriving in Hickman County, in the era of 1807-1810 in the company of David, Charles, Henry, John and Simon Cagle, his presumed older brothers. The 1810 census in which Paul may have been enumerated, was lost to fire for Tennessee, Paul does not begin to appear in Tennessee records until the early 1810's. His first appearance in Tennessee records comes from the War of 1812 military rolls, where he appeared as a soldier in Captain Joseph Phillips' Company of the 2nd Regiment, US Artillery, enlisting as a Private, from Hickman County, Tennessee. Four other Cagle's from Hickman County, Charles, Henry, Adam and Abraham Cagle, also served in the War of 1812, but in a different military unit, as all four enlisted as Privates in Captain Samuel M. Carothers' Company of Infantry, in Colonel John K. Cocke's regiment of Tennessee Militia. Paul's service in the War of 1812 is confirmed by his Bounty Land Application of 1851, filed from Dunklin County, Missouri. Paul next appears in Tennessee records in the Census of 1820 in Perry County along with his brother, Robert. 1820 Census, Perry Co., TN Cagle, Paul 100011-101 p. 004 Cagle, Robert 120001-0 p. 004 The household of Paul Cagle, above, shows Paul, 1785-1860's, who was about 35 years of age, was listed in the 26-45 bracket, with his wife in the 16-26 bracket, and with a son and a daughter, each under age 10. Also, present is an unidentified male in the 45+ bracket; it is speculated this was his father, Leonard Cagle, who would have been in his 70's or 80's by this time, but attempt to prove this by family or county records have been unsuccessful thus far. Likewise, brother Henry had an unidentified female in the 45+ age bracket in his household. Many speculate this was his mother. Additionally, Robert and John Cagle, presumed brothers, along with Paul Cagle signed a petition to the State House of Representatives dated June 18, 1820 requesting a separate polling place be established on the Western side of the Tennessee River which suggests these men lived in the western end of Perry County, in what later became Decatur County, in the 1840's. 1830 Census, Perry Co., TN Cagle, Paul 0010011-130001 page 240 Cagle, Robert 011001-011101 page 237 Cagle, Green L. 10301-000010001 page 220 Although, Paul appeared in the Census of 1820 and 1830 Perry County, it is known that he acquired property by land grant in adjoining Hickman County in 1824. The property was located on Cow Hollow Creek, a tributary of Beaver Dam Creek, and was near the property of Charles Cagle another of the presumed brothers of Paul Cagle. In fact, Charles served as survey chain carrier on Paul's property of 50 acres. Paul next appears in Perry County, Tennessee Minutes of Circuit Court for the August 1836 term as a juror and then again on the Tax List of 1837 which would be his last public record in Tennessee for by 1840, he was enumerated in New Madrid County, the part which would become Pemiscot County, Missouri in 1851. Simon Cagle his presumed brother also, made the trip and appeared in the census as follows: 1840 Census, New Madrid Co., MO: Cagle, Paul 11002001-0201 Pg. 227 Cagle Simon 2111101-0000001 Pg. 227 Paul was in the 55 year age group and was listed in the 50-60 age bracket. His wife seems to have died at some time during the 1830's, but six children remained in the home, including a son under the age of five. Paul was married to a young widow, Elizabeth Ann Hill. The marriage ceremony for Paul and Elizabeth Hill was performed at the home of Simon Johnson Cagle, Paul's brother, in New Madrid, Missouri in 1850. It is believed Paul Cagle lived first in what is now Pemiscot County, near Big Lake, also known as Cagle Lake, and in the early 1850's moved to Dunklin County, and settled near the Cotton plant Community; however, for the 1850 Census, Paul was still in New Madrid County, Missouri with brother Simon. 1850 Census, New Madrid County, Missouri Cagle, Paul 65 NC Hunter Cagle, Simon 70 NC Farmer Eliza 24 TN Jemima 48 TN Green 20 TN Paul 24 TN Hunter

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Mary 16 TN Richard 18 TN Hill, Rebecca 3 TN Cagle, David 80 NC Farmer (Brother) Susan 1 TN Rebecca 35 TN Niece-dau of David Cagle, Simon 29 TN Trapper {These families were all enumerated on page 277 of the Census Book.} Elizabeth 21 TN Paul moved to Dunklin County, Missouri by June 9, 1851 when he filed a claim for Bounty Land, as a veteran of the War of 1812 and listed himself as a resident of Dunklin County in his application. His application indicates he served with Captain Joseph Phillips, 2nd Regiment US Artillery, August 12, 1810 to December 31, 1813. After establishing residence in Cotton Plant, Clay District, Dunklin County, Missouri, Paul remained there for the rest of his life and appeared there for the 1860 census. 1860 Census, Dunklin Co., MO; Clay Twp, Kennett P.O. Cagle Paul 75 NC Cooper/0/$40 Household #519 Elizabeth 33 TN Hill, Rebecca J 12 TN Mima 9 MO (Jamima) Hulda M 7 MO Paul was listed as a hunter in the 1850 Census and a Cooper in 1860. He shows no real estate and personal property worth only $40. If he had received bounty land of 160 acres as previously noted, he must have sold it by the time of the 1860 Census. Paul died before the census of 1870 and is apparently, buried in an unmarked grave. No records are available due to the complete destruction of the Dunklin County courthouse in 1872. Paul was listed on the US Federal Census of Perry County, Tennessee for 1820 and 1830; New Madrid County, Missouri for 1840 and 1850; then Dunklin County, Missouri for 1860; and died sometime before the 1870 census. 1830 Census, Perry Co., TN pg. 240 Cagle, Paul 0010011-130001 Paul's family is still located in the Dunklin County, Missouri area. The marriage ceremony for Paul and Elizabeth Hill was performed at the home of Simon Johnson Cagle, Paul's brother, in New Madrid, Missouri in 1850. The 1860 Census for Dunklin County, lists a Rebecca Hill, step daughter, living in the household of Paul. It is possible that Elizabeth's maiden name was Cooper which is how she was listed in the census and that she had married a Hill, then remarried under the name of Hill. There is some confusion here in that Paul and Elizabeth were married in 1850, yet she is listed on the 1860 as Elizabeth Cooper, or could this be another person. Paul served in the War of 1812.

More About PAUL CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee with wife and 2 children under 10 years of age. Census 2: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee 0010011-130001 Census 3: 1840, New Madrid County, Missouri Census 4: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri with Eliza and 4 children Census 5: 1860, Dunklin County, Missouri Military service: War of 1812 Tax List: 1837, Perry County, Tennessee, District 6. Notes for UNKNOWN UNKNOWN: In addition to Adam and Mary, the unknown wife of Robert also, had five additional children whose names are unknown but were listed on the 1820 and 1830 Census reports with this family.

More About UNKNOWN UNKNOWN: Census: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee

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Notes for ELIZABETH ANN HILL: Elizabeth is listed on the 1870 Census of Dunklin County, Missouri, Clay Township, Kennett P.O. without Paul. Paul is thought to have died before the 1870 Census. Elizabeth is shown as 40, born Missouri, Keeping house in household #188. Also, listed are Joan (Actually, Jamima) age 19, born Missouri and Hulda, age 16, born Missouri. Census: 1870, Dunklin Co., MO w/Jemima & Hulda. Marriage Notes for Paul Cagle and Elizabeth Cooper: Recorded in Marriage Book C, p.51, New Madrid Co., MO. Ceremony performed by W. H. Bigham, Minister of the Gospel at the home of Simon Johnson Cagle, brother of Paul.

More About ELIZABETH ANN HILL: Alternate Name: Elizabeth Ann Cooper Children of PAUL CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

170. i. ii. ADAM4 CAGLE, b. 1817, Perry County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1880, Dunklin County, Missouri. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1820, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1821-1914. More About UNKNOWN CAGLE: Census: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee iii. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. 1821, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1822-1915. More About UNKNOWN CAGLE: Census: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee iv. v. vi. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1824, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1825-1918. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1826, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1827-1920. ROBERT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1830, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1831-1920. More About ROBERT CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee Census 2: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee vii. MARY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1836, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1837-1930. More About MARY CAGLE: Census: 1840, New Madrid County, Missouri

Children of PAUL CAGLE and ELIZABETH HILL are:

171. viii. ix. JAMIMA4 CAGLE, b. February 24, 1851, Clay Township, Dunklin County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1852-1945. HULDA MALISSA CAGLE, b. September 18, 1853, Clay Township, Dunklin County, Missouri; d. 1928.

40. SIMON JOHNSON3 CAGLE (LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1786 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in New Madrid County, Missouri. He married JEMIMA UNKNOWN Abt. 1820. She was born 1802 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1846-1897. Notes for SIMON JOHNSON CAGLE: Simon appears in the 1820 Census for Hickman County, Tennessee. Simon moved to Humphreys County, Tennessee, then to SE Missouri in the 1830's. He first appeared in the 1790 census for Moore County, North Carolina, then in the 1800 Census for Montgomery County, North Carolina. He appears in the 1830 census for Humphreys county, Tennessee while brothers David and Henry are in the census for Hickman County, Tennessee. Simon was listed on the 1860 Census of New Madrid County, Missouri as Johnson Cagle which he sometimes went by. 1820 Census, Hickman Co., TN

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Cagle, Simon 10001-2001 In this census, Simon and his wife are 26-45 age range and they had a son and two daughters under the age of 10 years. Later census establish his age at about 40 at the time of the 1820 Census. Also appearing with Simon on the Hickman County, Census are his brothers, Henry (00001-10111) and David (110001-4211). Simon is found in Humphreys County, which adjoins Hickman in time for the Census of 1830. Cagle, Simon 1210001-001001. This census shows Simon in the 40-50 range and his wife in the 30-40 range. Also, one son in the 10-15 range, two sons in the 5-10 range, and one son under the age of five. Simon moved to Perry County, Tennessee, where he appeared as a defendant in a case in Circuit Court. Perry adjoins both Hickman and Humphreys Counties. The state of Tennessee vs Simon Cagle was in court from April 1832 to April 1833, and is recorded on page 250, 257, 260 and 302 of Perry County Minutes of Circuit Court, 1826 - 1833. Simon was convicted of Larceny and fined $5, court costs, jailers and jurors fees totalling $56.04. The sheriff was unable to find assets for this amount and finally the state was billed for this uncollected amount. Shortly following this court record, on 12 Dec 1835 four Cagles among others signed a petition in Perry County, Tennessee to the Tennessee Legislature, requesting the formation of a new county in the region. They are listed as D. Cagle, thought to be David Cagle, 1770-1850s, his brother; H. Cagle thought to be Henry Cagle 1776-1860s; G. Cagle, thought to be Green L. Cagle, son of David Cagle; and J. Cagle, thought to be Simon "Johnson" Cagle. If J. Cagle is Simon Johnson, then this is the last public record known in Tennessee before moving to Missouri. 1840, Census, New Madrid Co., MO Cagle, Simon 2111101 - 0000001 Pg. 227 Paul 11002001 - 0201 Pg. 230 This census shows Simon and wife in the 40-50 age group. This is probably incorrect for Simon since the later census of 1850 and 1860 both indicate he was born about 1780; that he was about 60 years old in 1840. Simon had six sons in his home ranging in age from 20-30 to under 5 brackets; the 1850 census shows the names of several of these sons. 1850, Census, New Madrid Co., MO CAGLE, Simon 70 NC Farmer Jamima 48 TN Housewife Paul 24 TN Hunter Richard 18 TN William 16 TN CAGLE David 80 NC Farmer Rebecca 35 NC Housewife CAGLE Simon 29 NC Trapper Elizabeth 21 NC Housewife Cagle, Paul 65 NC Hunter Elizabeth 24 TN Green 20 " Mary 16 " Hill, Rebecca 8 " Susan 1 " In 1851, parts of New Madrid County were lost to the newly formed Pemiscot County, with the County Seat being located in Gayoso; however, after a disastrous fire all the records were lost with the exception of the Register's Land Book and the Receiver's book. The encroaching Mississippi River, forced abandonment of the city which soon sank beneath the waters. The new county seat was relocated to Little Prairie, later renamed Caruthersville. The Prescot County Receiver's Book shows the following: Cagle, Simon 1854 40 Acres in Township 18. Cagle, Simon 1855 40 Acres in Township 18, 80 Acres in Township 20. Cagle, Simon 1857 165 Acres in Township 17.

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These land transactions could have been old Simon; however, most likely was Simon, Jr. By 1860 Census, Richard was the only Cagle to be counted in Pemiscot. Old Simon and Simon, Jr. had moved into Dunklin County; by 1880, however, the family of Simon, Jr. had moved back to Pemiscot. The presence of Cagle's in early Pemiscot is verified by the following reference from the Missouri Historical Review, October 1932 issue, P. 89: "The first drainage ditch to be excavated in southeast Missouri was dug thirty years ago by J. E. Franklin, of St Louis. The great ditch drained Cagle Lake, the largest of a chain of lakes that once covered Pemiscot County. - From the Jefferson City Missouri Magazine, June, 1932." By the 1860 Federal Census, Simon's son Richard Cagle, was the only family member remaining in Pemiscot County, Missouri. Simon and the remaining family members had moved westward into adjoining Dunklin County, Missouri.

More About SIMON JOHNSON CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, New Madrid County, Missouri Census 2: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri More About JEMIMA UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri Children of SIMON CAGLE and JEMIMA UNKNOWN are:

i. SIMON4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1821, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1855-1912; m. ELIZABETH WILKINS, April 03, 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1812-1833; d. WFT Est. 1855-1922. More About SIMON CAGLE: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri More About ELIZABETH WILKINS: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri ii. iii. iv. PAUL CAGLE, b. Abt. 1826, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1827-1916. RICHARD CAGLE, b. Abt. 1842, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. Bef. 1870. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1845-1934.

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41. JACOB3 CAGLE (CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1766 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died October 20, 1856 in Hall County, Georgia. He married E LIZABETH GILMORE WFT Est. 1785-1815. She was born 1770 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Hall County, Georgia. Notes for JACOB CAGLE: Jacob migrated to the Nathan Smith Settlement on the borders of the Cherokee Nations, Franklin County, Georgia during the 1790's. Nathan Smith migrated to this area from Cumberland County, too. Jacob migrated to the Nathan Smith Settlement on the borders of the Cherokee Nations, Franklin County, Georgia during the 1790's. Nathan Smith migrated to this area from Cumberland County, too.

More About JACOB CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Habersham County, Georgia Census 2: 1830, Hall County, Georgia Census 3: 1840, Hall County, Georgia Census 4: 1850, Hall County, Georgia at age 84. More About ELIZABETH GILMORE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Betsy" Children of JACOB CAGLE and ELIZABETH GILMORE are:

i. JOHN4 CAGLE, b. 1795, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1830; m. BARBARY CAGLE, December 24, 1813,

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Clarke County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1795, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1819-1891. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John served in the War of 1812 with Company C, Lt. Col. William Jones Brigade(4th Brigade, Georgia Militia) from November 21, 1814 to November 21, 1815, as did John's father. Records from the National Archives show that neither ever made application for a pension. John and Barbary make their first appearance in Clarke County, Georgia on the Tax List of 1816, 1817 and 1818. Neither of Barbary's family nor Isham's, her brother, are found on or near George on Roberson Creek for the Tax year 1819. The 1821 Georgia Land Lottery, opened to white settlement a large tract of former Indian lands in central Georgia, one of which was to Jacob, c. 1766-1858 and son, John Cagle, 1790s-1820s of Habersham County: Cagle, Jacob Habersham County, Ritche's District Houston County, District 5, Lot 149 Cagle, John Habersham County, Ritche's District Dooly County, District 5, Lot 133. Jacob's tract was surveyed on August 27, 1821, and granted to him on May 6, 1824. John's tract, by contrast, was never surveyed or granted to him, but was a Reverted Lot, which was a term used to describe a lottery draw which was relinquished by the fortunate drawer, with the land put back into public trust and later offered for sale to the public. It is unclear why John Cagle never attempted to possess this lot of 202 acres, unless his untimely death (late 1820's) was the cause. John died before the 1830 census of Habersham County, Georgia and his children were raised in the household of his father, Jacob Cagle; these children received a full share in the estate of Jacob after his death in 1858.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1820, Habersham County, Georgia Tax List 1: 1816, Clarke County, Georgia Tax List 2: 1817, Clarke County, Georgia Tax List 3: 1818, Clarke County, Georgia 173. 174. ii. iii. iv. ANNA MARY CAGLE, b. August 1798, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. November 08, 1865, Hall County, Georgia. NANCY L. CAGLE, b. 1801, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1867-1898. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1804, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1833-1898, Hall County, Georgia; m. ADLER HULSEY, JR., February 23, 1827, Hall County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1781-1807; d. Bef. 1858, Hall County, Georgia. JACOB S. CAGLE, b. 1805, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia. JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE, b. March 31, 1808, Habersham County, Georgia; d. July 14, 1868, Cherokee County, Georgia. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1810, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1851-1905; m. (1) E DWIN GUTHRIE, 1834, Hall County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1787-1814; d. WFT Est. 1839-1900; m. (2) J OSEPH MARION MARTIN, December 26, 1847, Hall County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1800-1827; d. WFT Est. 1852-1913. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. 1812, Harbins District, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1890, Pickens County, Georgia. AMELIA CAGLE, b. November 1816, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1865-1911. JANE E. CAGLE, b. October 15, 1818, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1847-1912; m. T HOMAS J. CARTER, August 12, 1841, Hall County, Georgia; b. March 26, 1818, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1847-1909. More About JANE E. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia Census 2: 1860, Habersham County, Georgia More About THOMAS J. CARTER: Jury Duty: March 1862, Hall County, Georgia 179. 180. xi. xii. xiii. xiv. MATILDA CAGLE, b. 1821, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1916. LUCINDA CAGLE, b. June 10, 1824, Hall County, Georgia; d. August 13, 1918, Hall County, Georgia. G. CAGLE, b. 1827, Hall County, Georgia; d. Unknown. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1829, Hall County, Georgia; d. July 31, 1862, CSA Hospital, Lynchburg, Virginia; m. NANCY RYLEE, October 14, 1852, Hall County, Georgia; b. 1834; d. WFT Est. 1858-1928. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: During the Civil War, Henry served in Company I, 24th Georgia Infantry, which was composed largely of men from the 403rd District of Gainesville P.O., date of enlistment unknown. Henry was admitted to Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on June 17, 1862 where he died of Typhoid Fever after being moved to the Hospital at Lynchburg, Virginia on July 31, 1862. Henry who is believed to be the son of John Cagle 1790's-1820's, was raised in the household of Jacob Cagle, his grandfather, and received a full share of Jacob's estate at the time

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of it's settlement in 1860. Henry died in 1862, and Nancy married Burrell Miller in 1865.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Burial: July 31, 1862, National Cemetery, Lynchburg, Virginia Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 21. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with Nancy and 2 children

42. LEONARD3 CAGLE (CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1770 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and died 1840 in Tennessee. He married D AUGHTER TUCKER Abt. 1795 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, daughter of GEORGE TUCKER and MARIA DOROTHEA. She was born 1770 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1840 in Cobb County, Georgia. Notes for LEONARD CAGLE: This Leonard has been confused with two other Leonards, all born about the same time and all from North Carolina. To further complicate matters, this Leonard and Leonard/Miss Fulbright, both moved to Henry County, Georgia about the same time. This Leonard did not remain in Henry County, Georgia. He moved to Cobb County, Georgia and eventually to Tennessee. The third Leonard which is the most documented of the three, has a wife Elizabeth and eventually settled in Jasper County, Missouri.

Children of LEONARD CAGLE and DAUGHTER TUCKER are:

181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. UNKNOWN4 CAGLE, b. 1795; d. WFT Est. 1796-1885. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. 1798; d. WFT Est. 1799-1888. JEPTHA CAGLE, b. 1802, Lancaster County, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1870, Marshall County, Alabama. ELI CAGLE, b. 1805, Anson County, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1860 - 1869. MARY S. CAGLE, b. 1810, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1860. WILLIAM N. CAGLE, b. 1814, Lancaster County, South Carolina; d. February 1908, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1820, Anson County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1912. TABITHA ANN CAGLE, b. September 1822, Anson County, North Carolina; d. August 17, 1885, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

43. CHARLES3 CAGLE, JR. (CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1770 in North Carolina, and died 1823. He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1787-1814. She was born WFT Est. 1766-1785, and died WFT Est. 1791-1870. Children of CHARLES CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. LEONARD4 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1791-1818, North Carolina/Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1797-1897. JOHN CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1791-1818, North Carolina/Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1797-1897.

44. JOHN3 CAGLE (CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1775 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 17921865. He married LUCY UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1792-1825. She was born WFT Est. 1771-1791, and died WFT Est. 1792-1875. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census 1: 1810, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Census 2: 1830, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Children of JOHN CAGLE and LUCY UNKNOWN are:

187. 188. i. ii. MAHALA4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1799, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. 1881, Transylvania County, North Carolina. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1802, Burke County, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1875 - 1880, Haywood County, North Carolina.

45. MARGARET3 CAGLE (CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Aft. 1775 in North Carolina, and died WFT

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Est. 1819-1870. She married J ONATHAN CARPENTER 1815 in Franklin County, Georgia. He was born WFT Est. 1760-1795, and died WFT Est. 1819-1879. Child of MARGARET CAGLE and JONATHAN CARPENTER is:

i. TEMPERANCE4 CARPENTER, b. WFT Est. 1794-1914; d. WFT Est. 1937-2001; m. P RESLEY RUCKER; d. Unknown.

46. HENRY3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1762 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1838 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1789 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1768 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1810 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. More About HENRY CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1768, Montgomery County, North Carolina Children of HENRY CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. GEORGE4 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1787-1809, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1793-1891. PETER CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1787-1809, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1793-1891. HENRY CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1792, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1793-1882.

47. DAVID M.3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 25, 1767 in Stanley County, North Carolina, and died 1852 in Henry County, Georgia. He married MARY YOW Abt. 1792 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, daughter of CHRISTOPHER YOW and CHRISTINA UNKNOWN. She was born January 08, 1769 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died July 05, 1860 in Henry County, Georgia. Notes for DAVID M. CAGLE: David was a blacksmith. He is enumerated with wife in 1850 Fayette County, Georgia and children Rebeccah 12, Joseph 9, and David 4. In 1860 Fulton County, Georgia, Black Hall District, he is listed with wife and Rebeccah L. 22 and David M. By 1870, he had moved to Clayton County, Georgia Jonesboro P.O. and is listed on the census there with his wife. Also, in the household were Rebeccah L. 35, David M. 32 with wife Elizabeth L. 23, and sons of David M. and Elizabeth Cynthia E. and Joseph A. 6/12. The census for 1880 Clayton County indicates David is blind and living with his son. His wife Elizabeth is listed also, as head of household but, separately.

More About DAVID M. CAGLE: Census 1: 1800, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 2: 1810, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 3: 1820, Walton County, Georgia Census 4: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 5: 1850, Henry County, Georgia More About MARY YOW: Alternate Birth: January 08, 1867, Stanley County, North Carolina Children of DAVID CAGLE and MARY YOW are:

i. 189. 190. ii. iii. iv. REBECCA4 CAGLE, b. June 09, 1793, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 18, 1863, Georgia; m. WILLIAM GURLEY, WFT Est. 1807-1838; b. WFT Est. 1776-1796; d. WFT Est. 1810-1882. MARY CAGLE, b. 1795, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1872, Winn Parish, Louisiana. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1797, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1850, Henry County, Georgia. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1799, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. November 14, 1875, Jasper, Pickens County, Georgia; m. JEREMIAH LAMBERT, February 17, 1820; b. WFT Est. 1774-1801; d. WFT Est. 18251888. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. February 13, 1806, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 03, 1872, Georgia; m. M ARGARET HOLLIDAY, July 27, 1827, Henry County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1790-1814; d. WFT Est. 1833-1902. DAVID M. CAGLE, JR., b. February 13, 1806, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. December 10, 1892,

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Clayton County, Georgia. ROBERT NELSON CAGLE, b. March 23, 1811, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. April 09, 1872, DeKalb County, Georgia.

48. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 26, 1774 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died February 1843 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married (1) SUSANNA REBECCA CAGLE 1794 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born WFT Est. 1758-1783, and died Bef. 1817 in Stanley County, North Carolina. He married (2) AMY LOWDER Abt. 1817 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, daughter of THOMAS LOWDER and ELIZABETH LANGELY. She was born 1795 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1823-1889 in Stanley County, North Carolina. He married (3) JUDITH SIMPSON 1835 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She was born 1803 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1842-1898 in Stanly County, North Carolina. Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE: Benjamin's will which appears in Stanley County, Will book No. 1, pages 16-20, was filed on November 12, 1842 and probated in February of 1843, which lists his wife Judith and all his children.

Will probated in Stanley County, North Carolina in 1843. Benjamin CAGLE Will In the name of God Amen. I Benjamin CAGLE Sr. of the County of Stanly and State of North Carolina being of sound mind and memory but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence do make and publish this my last Will & testament in manner and form following that is to say First, that my executors hereinafter mentioned shall provide for my body a decent burial suitable to the wishes of my relatives and friends and pay all funeral expenses together with all my just debts however and to whomsoever oweing out fo the monies that may first come into his hands as a part or parcel of my estate. Item 1st My wish and desire is that all my estate both Real and personal be kept together on the premises for the support of my beloved wife and children and for the raising of my children and slaves and for the purpose that my children be taught a good english educationand that my two daughters Sarah CAGLE and Adaline CAGLE that one now of age but living with me be and continue on the premises and have the same rights and priveleges as they now have and to be supported as tehy now and during the time they or either of them shall live single nad if they marry this privelege then shall cease- Also my beloved wife to continue on the premises occupying and enjoying all the rights and privieges of the possession together with my children during her natural life of widowhood, and if she should marry then said privilege to cease and shall thereinafter make, provision for my beloved wife and children, Viz. Item 2nd, My wish and desire is that my daughter Elizabeth FINCH deceased law heir of her body, viz. Linsey F. FINCH, have in propert to be valued by two disinterested parties the sum of twenty five dollars, also, Wellington FINCH to have in property Twenty five dollars to be valued as the other lot, as there may not be money on hand sufficient to pay them and the above amount to be there portion besides what I have heretofore gave off to their mother. Item 3rd. My wish and desire is that my daughter Mary MAUDLIN deceased, lawful heir of her body, Viz. Rebecca, Martha, Mary and James E. MAUDLIN have a certain yellow Girl named Annessce(sp) to be equally divided between them and that to be their portion except what I have heretofore gave to their mother- Item 4th My will and desire is that my daughter Nancy ROWLAND deceased the lawful heir of her body viz. John BAND Green D. ROWLAND have one hundred dollars to be equally divided between them in property to be valued by two disinterested persons if there should not be money on hand sufficient provded they come after it, and this to be their portion except what their mother has already had - Item 5th My wish and desire is that my Granddaughter Jthanen(sp) CAGLE daughter of James CAGLE deceased have the place known as my old place it the all the land lying and being in the county of Stanly and State of North Carolina and adjoining the lands of David COBLE deceased and a tract known as the WHITFEILD tract on the east side of big Long Creek and my own on its West side it being all the lands that I am now sized and possessed of on the east side of S?id Creek below the mouth of the Steep hollow to be her right & ? also one Negro girl by the name of Olive, on feather Bed and furniture and this to be her portion besides what I heretofore gave off to her father. Item 6 - My wish and desire is that the lawful heir of my son Lindrey F. CAGLE deceased have one Negro Man by the name of BOB and a Girl by the name of EMELINE together with what I have heretofore with what I have heretofore given to their father, except what I hereinafter mention to be their portion of my estate. Item 7 - My wish and desire is that my daughter Catharine EFORD have two negroes one by the name of ONEY(sp) the other SINA, which said Negroes I have give unto her possession also the

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balance of what I have heretofore gave off to her to be her proportions of my estate. Item 8.- My wish and desire is that my daughter Susannah PERRY (sp) have a certain tract of land called the ROSSER land it being a part of my old place and bounded by Long Creek as a dividing line between Jthamen (sp) and Susannah and bounded by John COBLE it being the land on the West side of said creek, it being all the lands that I am possessed of on teh West side of said creek below John COLBY to be hers and hers forever - also a Negro Girl by the name of FANNY which she now has in her possession together with what I have heretofore of to be her protion of my estate.- Item 9.- My wish and desire is that my daughter Sarah CAGLE have one Negro Girl by the name of CATY and her increase and provided she should marry and be to housekeeping to have another Negro to be worth two hundred & fifty dollars together with what property that is now claimed by her and called hers and she is to have the same for her portion. - Item 10. My wish and desire is that my daughter Adaline CAGLE have a Negro Girl by the name RACHAEL and her increase and if she should marry and leave then to have another Negro to be worth two hundred & fifty dollars together with all the property here now claimed by her and called hers to be her portion - Item 11 - My Wish and desire is that if my beloved wife Judith CAGLE should at any time after my death then be proper to marry and should marry, then her right in the first Item to cease and to have no longer possession of the premises but in that case to have all her clothing and chest, bed, and furniture and a common set of table Ware and one Cow and Calf and her Side Saddle this to be her and at her disposal forever and I also loan her one Negro Girl by the name of CHANEY to wiat on her during her natrual life and not to be allowed to remove the said Negro out of the County of Stanly and provided she cannot keep and control the said Negro to return her back on the premises - Item 12. My wish and desire is tha tthe heirs of my son Lindsey F. CAGLE have and possess enjoy one half of the Grist and Saw Mill so long as they may be kept up and hat they Mills be kept up by my newphews and such of them only as are in possession of my home lands and premises and by the heirs of Lindsey F. CAGLE decd and for the expenses to be as near eqaully divided divided as possibleItem 13- My wish and desire is that my three youngest children viz., Rebecca, Martha, and David CAGLE have the balance of my estate not otherwise disposed of and for the same to be equal in valuation between the three named children, David to have the lands whereupon I now live and the girl to have equal in valuation of other property so as to make them eqaul with the lands but for the girls to have an equal interest in the Mills with David as long as they continue to bear an equal part in keeping Item up, share and share about and provided the ? one or both should marry that my executor give off same portion of property to them by valuation so as to fit them for housekeeping and that no division shall be fully made til my son David be of full age, and of any of my negroes cannot be controled by the family for the same to be taken and hired out or sold to the best advantage to the estate, and should there be any property or increase of property likely to waste and not needed by the family, the same to be sold to the best advantage by my executor - Item 14. and lastely I do hereby consitute and appoint my trusty friend Solomon HATHCOCK & David KINDALL my executors and Judith CAGLE my executrix to be my lawful executor and executrix to all intents and purposes to execute this my last Will & testament accordign to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof - hereby revoling and declaring uterly void all other Wills & Testaments by me heretofore made. In Witness whereof I the said Benjamin CAGLE do hereunto set my hand and seal this 12th day of November 1842. Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Benjamin CAGLE to be his last Will & Testament} Benjamin CAGLE (Seal) In presence of us, Newton HOWELL, Green PALMER, Daniel MOORE. North Carolina Stanly County} February Sessions 1843} Then the foregoing last Will & Testament of Benjamin CAGLE deceased was brought into open court and duly proven by the oath of Newton HOWELL, Green PALMER & Daniel MOORE the subscribing witnesses. The said will & testament was admitted to probate and ordered to be recorded. D. HEARNE Clerk. The following letter was sent by Benjamin Cagle 1774-1843 of Montgomery County, North Carolina, to his brother David Cagle and his sister Elizabeth Cagle Hagler, wife of Jacob Hagler, all of Henry County, Georgia. The impression given is Benjamin's letter was enclosed with the letter from his mother, Rebecca (see notes on Rebecca). The text of Benjamin's letter, which deals largely with the settlement of his deceased father's estate, reads as follow: Brothers and Sisters and families: I write these few lines to you to let you know that we are all well at this time but has been very sickly this fall. We lost one of the family this fall he was about two years old a black boy. The above is sufficient for you to read and now I come to write you how Father's concerns stands. He left one horse, two cows, and all household furniture to Mother and all the rest to be equally divided except twenty dollars over and above to Robert and I and George. I expect to be ready by next October to make settlement with the Legatees and I should be glad that you could come out then as the amount of the sale was only one hundred fifty one or two dollars. I understand that Jacob Hagler and Elisabeth is a coming out here this winter but I want them to come next fall as he wrote to send

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him word whether or not there was any creter left for him. No ther is noe but one and that is left to mother. So no more at present but remain your affectionate brother until death. Benjamin Cagle, Buried at Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Stanley County, North Carolina. George was listed on the US Federal Census for Montgomery County, North Carolina for 1800 and 1810. George and Rebecca and their family were members of the church which was located near Big Creek, just off Highway 27, west of the bridge in a pasture below Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church. There are many graves located here, but George Cagle and Mary Harley are the only graves marked. The land where the church was is now owned by the Hunnicutts.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE: Census 1: 1800, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 2: 1810, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 3: 1820, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 4: 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 5: 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina More About SUSANNA REBECCA CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Stanley County, North Carolina More About AMY LOWDER: Burial: Unknown, Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Stanley County, North Carolina Notes for JUDITH SIMPSON: Judith was the third wife of Benjamin and was considerably younger than Benjamin. She lived next to Rebecca Whitley the younger sister to Benjamin , also living next to her was Abigail Cagle , also a widow of Lindsay Cagle. At the time Judith married Benjamin Cagle, she was the widow of Thomas Simpson. 1850 Census Stanley County, North Carolina.

Children of BENJAMIN CAGLE and SUSANNA CAGLE are:

193. 194. 195. 196. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE, b. 1795, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Bef. November 1842, Stanley County, North Carolina. MARY CAGLE, b. 1799, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1828, Aquadale, Montgomery County, North Carolina. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1801, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Bef. November 12, 1842. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1803, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. December 03, 1827. SARAH CAGLE, b. August 16, 1804, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Bef. March 1857, Stanley County, North Carolina. Notes for SARAH CAGLE: Never married. Is believed to have died sometime between Benjamin's death and March of 1857. Probably identical to the Sary Cagle who is buried near her grandfather George Cagle, d. 1825.

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LINDSEY F. CAGLE, b. May 19, 1806, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. October 15, 1842, Montgomery County, North Carolina. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. March 21, 1807, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. July 22, 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. 1808; d. Bef. 1898; m. P HILLIP PERRY; b. 1808; d. 1843.

Child of BENJAMIN CAGLE and AMY LOWDER is:

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TELITHA ADALINE4 CAGLE, b. September 29, 1817, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. December 23, 1897, Stanly County, North Carolina.

Children of BENJAMIN CAGLE and JUDITH SIMPSON are:

200. x. xi. MARTHA4 CAGLE, b. 1838, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1872-1933. DAVID D. CAGLE, b. April 07, 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. August 22, 1861, Camp Ellis, Suffolk County, Virginia. Notes for DAVID D. CAGLE: Other sources state that David was born December 6, 1840. Never married: David was buried on his fathers home place in the Cagle Cemetery, Albemarle, Stanly, County, North Carolina, It is reported the cemetery contains possibly 100 or more graves, only that of David still had a legible marker. In 1990, the David Cagle tombstone was broken in an act of vandalism, and story was carried in the Stanley News & Press of Albemarle, Stanly County, North Carolina. The 1860 Census lists David as owning real property worth $700 and personal property (4 slaves) valued at $4,500. David was the youngest son of Benjamin and Judith Cagle and died at Suffolk, Virginia, August 22, 1861, age 20 years, 8 months, 16 days. He was a member of the 4th Regiment of N.C.V. and remained with the unit up to the time of his death, discharging his duties with a cheerfulness and patriotism, well worthy of imitation. The 4 Regiment North Carolina Volunteers was redesignated the 14th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, which name it bore until the end of the war. The Regiment which began the war with over 1,000 troops had only 115 men left in its ranks when it surrender at Appomattox Court house, Virginia in April 1865. Daniel Poplin , the other soldier buried in the cemetery, served in the 27th North Carolina State Troops, CSA. Jesse Poplin relation unknown, enlisted with David D. Cagle in the 4th regiment on May 5, 1861. (Daniel Poplin is buried in the David Cagle Cemetery ). Daniel Poplin 1826-1864 , of 27th regiment , North Carolina , State Troops , CSA. Biography for David reads, Cagle, David D. Private resided in Stanly county, and was by occupation a farmer prior to enlisting in Stanly County, at age 20, on May 05, 1861. Present or accounted for until he died at Camp Ellis, Virginia, August 24, 1861. Cause of death is not reported. His mother Judith had his headstone placed in the cemetery . "There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign, Eternal day exceeds the night, And pleasures banish pain. There everlasting Spring abides, And never fading flowers. Death like a narrow sea divides This heavenly land from ours." The abbreviation "N. C. V." in David's epitaph presumably means "North Carolina Volunteers". There is a letter of Rebecca Cagle's from 1826 mentions that Benjamin Cagle ( David's father was living on Old Creek at that time and the location of Benjamin's home place is not known , as yet . Old Creek flows a short distance to the West of Albemarle. The David Cagle Family Cemetery in Albemarle, Stanly County, North Carolina . The cemetery is located # 1267, beside West Main Street extension, Albemarle, and Old City Water Filtration Plant, said to Cemetery in two parts, one for whites and one for the slaves . One hundred or more graves but only one marker readable .

More About DAVID D. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Cagle Cemetery, Stanly County, North Carolina

49. GEORGE3 CAGLE, JR. (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 08, 1777 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died Bef. May 1851 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married (1) CATHERINE UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1794-1826. She was born WFT Est. 1773-1793, and died WFT Est. 1794-1877. He married (2) SUSANNAH UNKNOWN Abt. 1798 in North Carolina. She was born 1780 in North Carolina, and died September 1825 in Montgomery County, North Carolina.

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Notes for GEORGE CAGLE, JR.: Birthday also said to be July 8, 1777. George was listed in the US Federal Census of Montgomery County, west of Peedee, North Carolina for the years 1810, 1820, 1830, and 1840, then Stanly County in 1850. George fought in the War of 1812 with the Cararrus County Regiment, 6th Regiment detached Militia, organized August 1814. His commanding officer was Major General Montford Stocke and Commandant, Lt. Colonel Richard Allison. The will of 1851 shows that Howard's name was actually Harwood Washington Cagle. The family had originated in Moore County, in the Fayette District of North Carolina. As noted they moved westward to what is now Stanly County, North Carolina in the 1780's.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SUSANNAH UNKNOWN are:

i. 201. 202. ii. iii. iv. v. MARY4 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1799, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1813-1893; m. U NKNOWN LONG, WFT Est. 1813-1846; b. WFT Est. 1782-1802; d. WFT Est. 1816-1888. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1800, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. 1830. HARWOOD WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. 1809, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1865, Pope County, Arkansas. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1904. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1815, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1816-1909. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with father at age 35.

50. JOHN M.3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1780 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1858 in Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee. He married MELISSA MAZANA HERNDON 1833 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1808 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1862 in Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN M. CAGLE: John and "Zana" along with children are listed on the 1850 US Federal Census for Sevier County, Tennessee. This would be the last census for John who died the same year, leaving Zana with nine minor children, four under the age of 10 years. He was earlier listed in the Montgomery County, North Carolina census for 1800; Carroll County, Tennessee for 1840 and 1850, then Benton County, Tennessee by his widow, Mazana. There is a tombstone of John Cagle, 1780-1858, founder of the head of the Cagle Families of Carroll/Benton County areas, on a hillside in the Hendon Cemetery, in Northern Benton County, Tennessee where he and his wife Mazana Herndon Cagle are buried. On the reverse side of the tombstone are inscribed the names of 11 children of John and Mazana. This is one of the few Cagle tombstones in America which carries such a complete family record. John's father was David who arrived in America from Germany in 1732 with his father Leonhart Cagle. Seven of the eight sons of John eventually made their way to Illinois, with William Leonard, Charles, Thomas and David, settling in Johnson County, George W. in Union County, Illinois. Only James H. stayed in Tennessee and died in 1909 in Henry County, Tennessee.

More About JOHN M. CAGLE: Burial: 1858, Herndon Cemetery, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee Census 1: 1800, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 2: 1840, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 3: 1850, Carroll County, North Carolina More About MELISSA MAZANA HERNDON: Burial: 1862, Herndon Cemetery, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Carroll County, North Carolina Census 2: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee (widow of John) Children of JOHN CAGLE and MELISSA HERNDON are:

203. 204. i. ii. JOHN HANSON4 CAGLE, b. February 27, 1834, Benton County, Tennessee; d. November 29, 1899, Grantsburg, Johnson County, Illinois. JAMES HENRY CAGLE, b. November 10, 1836, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. August 09, 1909, Henry

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SARAH ANNE CAGLE, b. 1842, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. 1857, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee. More About SARAH ANNE CAGLE: Burial: 1857, Herndon Cemetery, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee

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GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. November 1844, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. 1935, Massac County, Illinois. MARY JANE CAGLE, b. 1848, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1865-1943; m. UNKNOWN STATTON, WFT Est. 1865-1897; b. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1868-1940. More About MARY JANE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee

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LEONARD TAYLOR CAGLE, b. September 1849, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. 1904, Brookport, Johnson County, Illinois. CHARLES MO CAGLE, b. December 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1876-1942, Massac County, Illinois. THOMAS B. CAGLE, b. August 02, 1852, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. April 05, 1935, New Columbia, Massac County, Illinois. DAVID HAMILTON CAGLE, b. November 11, 1855, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. October 16, 1936, Metropolis, Massac County, Illinois.

51. SUSANNAH C.3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 11, 1781 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Warren County, Tennessee. She married CHARLES CAGLE Abt. 1804 in Moore County, North Carolina, son of JACOB CAGLE and LUCY DARROUGH. He was born February 11, 1780 in Moore County, Tennessee, and died November 04, 1843 in Warren County, Tennessee at 63 years of age.. Notes for SUSANNAH C. CAGLE: Susannah married her first cousin Charles Cagle. Susannah was the daughter of George Cagle and Rebecca Cagle. George was the son of old David born 1728. His younger brother Jacob born 1755, was the father of Charles Cagle. They were first cousins. Susannah went to Bledsoe County, Tennessee. After death of Charles, Susannah lived with her son Henry Cagle and wife Martha and children. Susannah died after 1850. There is a will for Charles Cagle dated September 25, 1842, Warren County, Tennessee. All of their children are listed also the daughters husbands are listed. Other date for the will is November 04, 1843, so he probably died a little earlier than this date that was given above. These notes were taken from John G. Cagle's book on the Cagle's.

More About SUSANNAH C. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles married his first cousin Susannah, daughter of George and Rebecca Cagle. Warren County, Tennessee Will Books (1827-1858) page 511, September 25, 1842. Will of Charles Cagle:

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I, Charles Cagle, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and memory, blessed by Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament. First, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Susannah Cagle, the home plantation, stock, furniture, tools, bee hives, lands and property during her natural life to manage as she think proper and to destroy nothing, and then to belong to my heirs; William Moffitt, Lewis Carmack, David Cagle, Henry Cagle, Littleton Cagle, A. J. Hill. I also bequeath to my daughter Margaret an equal portion of my estate with the rest of my heirs. I appoint A. J. Hill and David Cagle my sole executors. Witnesses Lewis Carmack, David Cagle and A. J. Hill Abstracted and compiled by Betty Moore Majors. Copied from Coffee County, Lannom Memorial Library. " The oral traditions which I have collected suggest that Charles was a son of the Revolutionary War Veteran Jacob Cagle (Kegel), 1755-1845. Originally of North Carolina and later of Warren County, Tennessee, and that Susannah, his wife was a cousin and the daughter of George Cagle 1740-1825, and Rebecca, 1750-1830's, of Stanly County, North Carolina. Thus far, I have been unable to find estate papers of Jacob, 1755-1845, to confirm names of his children; and, it is known George, 1740's-1825, left estate papers, but they were lost in a courthouse fire in 1838. However many other county and family records in North Carolina and Tennessee remain to be researched. Charles moved with his father to Cumberland, Mecklenburg, and Buncombe Counties, North Carolina, and eventually to Warren County, Tennessee by 1812. It is believed, although not fully documented, that Charles, while in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina in the early 1800's, married his cousin, Susanna Cagle, daughter of George Cagle, 1740's-1825, of nearby Montgomery (present Stanly) County, North Carolina. Charles, after migrating to Tennessee, appeared near his father on the 1812 Tax List of Warren County, and in the 1820 Census of Warren County, Tennessee. During the 1820's and 1830's, Charles moved to nearby Bledsoe County, Tennessee, where he owned multiple tracts of land, near the town of Cagle in present Sequatchie County, later formed from old Bledsoe. By 1840, Charles returned to Warren County, where he died in 1843.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Cause of Death: Hemochromatosis Census 1: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 3: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Medical Information: Hemochromatosis-overload of Iron Cells in the blood, resulted in the deaths of two brothers. This is a genetic defect running in this line. Residence: 1840, Moved to Warren County, Tennessee Tax List 1: 1812, Warren County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 3: 1837, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 4: 1838, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 5: 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Will: September 25, 1842, Warren County, Tennessee Children of SUSANNAH CAGLE and CHARLES CAGLE are:

211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE, b. 1805, Moore County, North Carolina; d. January 18, 1877, Warren County, Tennessee. MARGARET CAGLE, b. January 26, 1806, Moore County, North Carolina; d. June 04, 1871, Temple Hill, Pope County, Illinois. REBECCA CAGLE, b. July 19, 1808, Warren County, Tennessee; d. January 01, 1858, Van Buren County, Tennessee. ELIZA JANE CAGLE, b. 1809, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1847-1904. LITTLETON YOUNG CAGLE, b. 1810, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 1889, Brockdell, Bledsoe County, Tennessee at 79 years old.. DAVID BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1811, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. 1880, Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas. HENRY EDWARD CAGLE, b. 1812, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. Aft. September 18, 1864, Clarksville, Newton County, Arkansas.

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52. CHARLES ROBERT3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 25, 1786 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died April 09, 1864 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH MIRANDA SPRINGER Abt. 1812 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She was born January 14, 1789 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died September 11, 1861 in Stanly County, North Carolina. Notes for CHARLES ROBERT CAGLE: Buried at Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Frog Pond, Stanly County, North Carolina along with wife, Elizabeth Miranda Springer. His tombstone reads: "Charles Cagle, January 25, 1786 - April 9, 1864. We dedicate these lines in honor of one whose life's work on earth is done. As the first to be lain in this Church yard we honor his name in kind regard." The cemetery and church are near Stanfield, North Carolina.

More About CHARLES ROBERT CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Frog Pond, Stanley County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with Elizabeth and four children. More About ELIZABETH MIRANDA SPRINGER: Burial: Unknown, Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Frog Pond, Stanley County, North Carolina Children of CHARLES CAGLE and ELIZABETH SPRINGER are:

218. i. ii. GEORGE4 CAGLE, b. 1813, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. February 27, 1888, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina. SUSAN CAGLE, b. 1820, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1914. More About SUSAN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina 219. iii. iv. CHARLES ROBERT CAGLE, JR., b. 1821, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. April 1876, Stanly County, North Carolina. MILLIE ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. December 25, 1825, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. November 02, 1922, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. LEWIS F. BROWN, 1865, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1810-1845; d. WFT Est. 1869-1929, Stanly County, North Carolina. More About MILLIE ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 25 years. 220. v. vi. DAVID M. CAGLE, b. March 31, 1828, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. April 11, 1915, Montgomery County, North Carolina. EVY L. CAGLE, b. November 21, 1830, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. April 06, 1889, Montgomery County, North Carolina. More About EVY L. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina

53. REBECCA LOUISA3 CAGLE (GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 05, 1791 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died June 15, 1873 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She married GEORGE W. WHITLEY III Abt. 1809, son of GEORGE W. WHITLEY II. He was born December 28, 1787 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died June 23, 1858 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for REBECCA LOUISA CAGLE: Her husband took up with Mary Harvell Owens and moved to Cherokee County, Georgia about 1842. This date was established by divorce records at Equity Court, Stanly County, North Carolina. US Census records for Cherokee County, Georgia, October 15, 1850 enumerates him with Mary Harvell Owens and six children bearing the Whitley name dating back to 1833, all of which were born in North Carolina, which places the affair beginning in 1833. More About REBECCA LOUISA CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Liberty Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Stanly County, North Carolina

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Children of REBECCA CAGLE and GEORGE WHITLEY are:

i. ii. iii. LEONARD4 WHITLEY, b. December 20, 1810, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. December 02, 1811, Stanly County, North Carolina. MARY WHITLEY, b. May 08, 1812, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1826-1906; m. J AMES COLEY, WFT Est. 1826-1859; b. WFT Est. 1795-1815; d. WFT Est. 1829-1901. REBECCA WHITLEY, b. October 02, 1813, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. March 23, 1853, Aquadale, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. JEREMIAH HINSON, WFT Est. 1827-1848; b. WFT Est. 1796-1816; d. WFT Est. 1830-1902. GREEN DEBERRY WHITLEY, b. April 04, 1815, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. November 15, 1881; m. ELIZA ALMOND, WFT Est. 1832-1863; b. WFT Est. 1811-1830; d. WFT Est. 1832-1915. GEORGE W. WHITLEY IV, b. November 24, 1816, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1817-1906, As a young man.. BENJAMIN LINDSAY WHITLEY, b. July 16, 1818, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1880; m. (1) MARGARET C. EUDY, Abt. 1841; b. WFT Est. 1803-1827; d. WFT Est. 1846-1915; m. (2) ELIZABETH EUDY, Abt. 1857; b. WFT Est. 1814-1840; d. WFT Est. 1862-1928. ADDISON FRANKLIN WHITLEY, b. December 25, 1819, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. September 15, 1866; m. SAMIRA MEDLIN, February 25, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1815-1834; d. WFT Est. 1835-1919. TEMPLE IRENIUS WHITLEY, b. July 20, 1821, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. May 15, 1865; m. A NNA MARTHA HATLEY, 1841; b. WFT Est. 1804-1828; d. August 19, 1849, Stanly County, North Carolina. More About ANNA MARTHA HATLEY: Burial: August 19, 1849, Cagle Family Cemetery, Stanly County, North Carolina ix. LOUISA WHITLEY, b. November 28, 1823, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1895; m. (1) D AVID WILLIAM EUDY, Abt. 1843, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1798-1824; d. WFT Est. 1848-1911; m. (2) HIRAM BARBEE, 1876, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1810-1856; d. WFT Est. 1879-1940. SUSANNAH WHITLEY, b. September 02, 1825; d. WFT Est. 1826-1919; m. J OSHUA CHRISTIAN BURROUGHS; b. WFT Est. 1808-1828; d. WFT Est. 1842-1914. ELIZABETH CAROLINA WHITLEY, b. August 16, 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1841-1921; m. DANIEL MONROE FURR, WFT Est. 1841-1874; b. WFT Est. 1810-1830; d. WFT Est. 18441916. MILA ANN WHITLEY, b. December 19, 1829, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. June 06, 1907, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina. COLUMBUS WHITLEY, b. April 05, 1832, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. January 06, 1890; m. MARINTHA EUDY, January 17, 1856, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1818-1841; d. WFT Est. 1861-1930. BENONA ACELINA WHITLEY, b. March 17, 1835, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1873; m. L ABON SMITH, 1857, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1811-1837; d. WFT Est. 1862-1924.

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Generation No. 4 54. ISAAC4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1790 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He married (1) N ANCY DUTY Abt. 1813. She was born 1793 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1839-1888. He married (2) Z ANA HANSON Aft. 1814. She was born 1793 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1797-1880. Notes for ISAAC CAGLE: [email protected] is researching this line. He is the source for the following information: Isaac's older son, as noted in the 1820 Moore County, North Carolina census, may have died before 1840 as he is not known to be listed in the census and is not mentioned in Isaac's 1850 estate settlement. The name of Isaac's older son is not known but the daughter, also noted in the 1820 census was Rebecca J. Cagle who later married Wyatt Temple. The Temple's originated in Chatham County, North Carolina. Samuel Temple, Sr. had land in Orange County, North Carolina (later Chatham County) on both sides of Vear Creek and close by the land in Moore County, North Carolina, where the Cagle families had settled. Isaac's second son, Raleigh J. (1824-1891) is noted, along with the older son, in the 1830 census of Henderson County, Tennessee. Two more children, Nancy J. and George W. were born to Isaac and Nancy in the 1830's.

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On September 11, 1842, Rebecca and Wyatt Temple, daughter and son-in-law of Isaac, bought land in Marshall County, Mississippi near the Tennessee State line. Isaac followed them to Mississippi and on December 19, 1843, bought a tract of land adjoining his daughter. There is information about conveyance of deeds in Marshall County, Mississippi where Isaac Cagle had land adjoining that owned by Wyatt Temple. Their son, Raleigh J. was situated just across the state line in Shelby County, Tennessee. Isaac is believed to have died in the early part of 1850 since his wife is shown as "Head of Household" in the 1850 Census of Marshall County. Daughter, Nancy D. married George Whitmore on November 4, 1850. The heirs of Isaac sold his land and the family group split up. George W. Cagle, along with his sister and brother-inlaw, Rebecca and Wyatt Temple, moved to Pulaski County, Arkansas. Raleigh J. along with his sister and brotherin-law, Nancy and George Whitmore moved to Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. Nancy and George Whitmore moved westward to Robertson County, Texas, by the time of the 1870 Census. More About ISAAC CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1830, Henderson County, Tennessee Census 3: 1840, Henderson County, Tennessee Census 4: 1850, Marshall County, Mississippi Residence: 1843, Moved from Henderson County, Tennessee More About NANCY DUTY: Census: 1850, Marshall County, Mississippi Head of Household Children of ISAAC CAGLE and NANCY DUTY are:

222. i. ii. REBECCA J.5 CAGLE, b. Aft. 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1865, Pulaski County, Arkansas. SON CAGLE, b. 1816, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1820-1906. More About SON CAGLE: Census: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina 223. iii. iv. RALEIGH J. CAGLE, b. March 24, 1824, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. October 20, 1891, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana. NANCY D. CAGLE, b. 1833, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1856-1927; m. GEORGE D. WHITMORE, November 04, 1850; b. WFT Est. 1805-1833; d. WFT Est. 1855-1920. Notes for NANCY D. CAGLE: After her fathers death, Nancy married and together with her husband and brother moved to Calcasius Parish, Louisiana. By the 1870 Census, Nancy and husband had moved to Robertson County, Texas and appeared there on the Census. More About NANCY D. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Henderson County, Tennessee with her father Census 2: 1870, Robertson County, Texas 224. v. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. 1837, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. 1883, Arkansas.

55. JACOB4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1790 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in Georgia. He married MARGARET DUNLAP 1814. She was born 1790 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850. More About JACOB CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1840, Paulding County, Georgia Notes for MARGARET DUNLAP: Margaret is listed as becoming a member of the congregation of the Bethlehem Baptist Church of which her husband was a deacon. Margaret became a member on May 28, 1843.

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Children of JACOB CAGLE and MARGARET DUNLAP are:

i. GEORGE5 CAGLE, b. 1814, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1861-1906; m. A NNIE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1841-1873; b. 1821, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1861-1923. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Calhoun County, Alabama with Annie and 1 child. ii. PHOEBE CAGLE, b. 1823; d. WFT Est. 1840-1917. More About PHOEBE CAGLE: Census: 1840, Paulding County, Georgia with parents at age 17 years. iii. JACOB CAGLE, JR., b. 1828; d. WFT Est. 1868-1919; m. FRANCES NIX, WFT Est. 1842-1877; b. WFT Est. 1812-1838; d. WFT Est. 1867-1927. Notes for FRANCES NIX: Frances was living next door to her daughter Lydia who was married to B. F. Murphy at the time of the 1880 Census of Tishomingo County, Mississippi. She appeared with her children in the 1870 census of Prentiss County, Mississippi suggesting her husband was possibly deceased by then. She may be a civil war widow.

More About FRANCES NIX: Census 1: 1870, Booneville, Prentiss County, Mississippi Census 2: 1880, Tishomingo County, Mississippi as head of household. iv. REVEREND BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1832, Paulding County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1864-1923, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. ANGELINE ROBERTS, September 02, 1852, Paulding County, Georgia; b. 1824, South Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1863-1919. Notes for REVEREND BENJAMIN CAGLE: Benjamin is listed on the 1850 Census of Paulding County, Georgia with his mother, Margaret, Widow of Jacob, born 1797. His family moved on to Calhoun County, Alabama, but Benjamin stayed on in Haralson County, Georgia. Benjamin was included in the list of members of the Bethlehem Baptist Church of Haralson County on January 10, 1846. It is not known when he became a member but, he was later ordained a minister of the faith. Included on the same list of 1846 were his father, Jacob, brother Samuel (also, ordained), mother Margaret and Esther (Samuel's wife). Records for this church are missing until the next list dated June 28, 1856 in which none of this family are listed; Jacob is dead and the rest have moved. John G. Cagle, personally visited the cemetery of this church and no Cagle stones could be found; however, there were several unmarked graves of which Jacob's is considered to be one. Benjamin's father, Jacob was a deacon of this church dating from 1843. Ben is listed in Calhoun County, Alabama census with wife Salina 34; Anna 7 born in Georgia; James 4, born in Alabama; Richard Isaac Newton age 2, born in Alabama; and his mother Margaret age 64, born in North Carolina. The location of Ben and his brother Samuel for 1880 is unknown, both may have been killed in the civil war; for the 1870 census, Samuel's wife was listed as head of household suggesting Samuel had died in the 1860's. The only member of this family group who could be located in 1880 was James J. Cagle listed in Calhoun County, Alabama with wife Sarah and daughter Mary age 3/12, born in Alabama. After Ben's marriage in 1852, he acquired his first property on January 11, 1853, being lot #690 (40 Acres) District 1, Section 4, present Haralson County, Georgia for $200 then sold it shortly afterwards for $180 as recorded in Book A, page 119, old Paulding County deed book. Benjamin and Angeline were married in Paulding County, Georgia on September 2, 1853 by T.J. Tingle, Justice of the Peace.

More About REVEREND BENJAMIN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Calhoun County, Alabama with Salina and 4 children. Notes for ANGELINE ROBERTS: The 1860 US Federal Census of Calhoun County, Alabama lists Angeline as Salina. This was either a mistake or Ben remarried an Angelina after Salina. I suspect they are one and the same.

More About ANGELINE ROBERTS: Alternate Birth: 1825, South Carolina

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56. JOHN M.4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1793 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1860 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married M ARTHA UNKNOWN WFT Est. 18161844 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1804 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1838-1899 in Moore County, North Carolina. More About JOHN M. CAGLE: Burial: 1860, Cagle Family Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1870, Moore County, North Carolina More About MARTHA UNKNOWN: Burial: Unknown, Cagle Family Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARTHA UNKNOWN are:

i. LOUISA A.5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1830, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1853-1924, Moore County, North Carolina; m. R. W. GOLDSTON, 1847, Moore County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1802-1830, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1917. Notes for LOUISA A. CAGLE: Lou's grave is one of only three which are marked and bear an inscription in the Old Cagle Cemetery, on the Homestead of "Old John Dutchman Cagle". Lou's mother and father, John and Martha Cagle are buried here as well in marked graves with tombstones.

More About LOUISA A. CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Lou" Burial: Unknown, Cagle Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina ii. ENOCH SPINKS CAGLE, b. Abt. 1835, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1880-1925; m. M ARY A. UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1852-1885; b. WFT Est. 1831-1851; d. WFT Est. 1880-1935. Notes for ENOCH SPINKS CAGLE: Enoch Spinks Cagle was listed as a student, boarding in the household of Reverend Angus C. McNeill, an Old School Presbyterian clergyman. Enoch's age is give as 15 years.

More About ENOCH SPINKS CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1870, Moore County, North Carolina Census 4: 1880, Moore County, North Carolina with wife Mary and 4 children.

57. ISAAC R.4 CAGLE (JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) died Unknown. He married AMANDA MORRISON. She was born 1823 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1864 in Warren County, Tennessee. More About AMANDA MORRISON: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Children of ISAAC CAGLE and AMANDA MORRISON are:

225. 226. i. ii. MARTHA ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. 1840, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JOHN H. CAGLE, b. 1845, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1880, Johnson County, Illinois.

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58. GREENBERRY4 CAGLE (JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 28, 1813 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died January 20, 1895 in Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi. He married MARTHA MATILDA BRISTER 1834 in Attala County, Mississippi, daughter of HOCKADAY BRISTER and ANNA HODGES. She was born November 13, 1816 in Greenville District, South Carolina, and died August 12, 1892 in Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi. Notes for GREENBERRY CAGLE: Green and Martha were both members of the Primitive Baptist Church. The following is reported by John G. Cagle in the Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry. "Greenberry's father John Cagle, died in Lawrence County, Mississippi, sometime between 1832 and 1837. Between 1837 and 1840, Greenberry's mother moved the family to Holmes County, Mississippi. During this same period, Green married Martha Rachel Brister, 18161892. It is not known where they were married. Martha was the daughter of Hockaday Brister and Anna Hodges who were married in 1805. Martha is named as one of the heirs of Hockaday when his estate was settled, October 15, 1858, after the death of his widow Nanny Brister, in Holmes County about that time. (Deed Book O page 228. Green B. and Martha were the parents of six daughters, born in the 1840's and 1850's, and it is believed that they also had one son, who was either stillborn or died soon after birth. The 1850 census of Attala County shows the five oldest of their daughters, and the youngest daughter, born in the early 1850's shows in the 1860 census. During the decade of the 1850's, Green B. established himself as a farmer in Attala County, and like many of the others across the south, also was the owner of a grist-mill on one of the local streams. By the time of the 1860 census, Green owned real estate valued at $2700, and personal property valued at 3,000. At least part of the personal property consisted on one or more slaves, since the census schedules recognize him as a slave owner in that year. In the 1850's, Percella, eldest daughter of Green B. and Martha was married to Franklin Herrington, and does not appear in her father's household in 1860. Sophrona, the second daughter, seems to be missing from the family and it is possible she married and moved away from the area, or perhaps died during the 1860's. The fourth daughter, Mary M. or Meretta, was more generally known as Jennie Cagle, and during the 1860's was married to Ephraim Swinney 1842-1910. Ephraim and Jennie were buried in the CagleSwinney Cemetery in Attala County not far from Green's homestead. Her tombstone gives her name as Mary J. Swinney, and gives her dates as 1846-1926. Green and his wife, as well as their daughter, Nancy Cagle Lammons, are buried there. Green first appeared on the Attala County Tax list in 1848, and was listed as owner of 160 acres of land described as SE 1/4, section 28, Township 15, R6E. He continues to live on or near section 28 the rest of his life. The following excerpt which pictures Green B. Cagle late in life, as operator of Cagles Mill, was provided by Mrs. Camille McCray of Indian Wells, California, who received it in 1981 from Mrs. Joyce sanders of Attala County, Mississippi. It is a copied excerpt from "An Attala Boyhood, by Palmer Hudson and reprinted in the Journal of Mississippi History. One Saturday in Spring my father set me astride a sack of corn draped across old Maud's fat back, handed me the reins, and sent me off to Cagle's Mill, reminding me of the road we had followed when we went to a fish fry there. Riding proudly past Boyd and Robert, shouting derisively at me from the store gallery at Hesterville, I took the West Station road, turned left near the Brister graveyard, and followed a woods road. A mile and a half down this Maud and I dipped into a deep hollow. On the west side of the dam we drew up to a mossy old mill house. Water was roaring through the race, the great mossy-green wheel was groaning , and the machinery clacking. A shout at the door brought out the miller; hat, eyebrows, beard and shirt as dusty as a weevil. He grinned, shouted hello, tied Maud to a bush, and pulled me off with one hand and the sack with the other. Inside he set my sack down to wait it's turn, felt of the thin trickle of meal, made an adjustment and a test or two, then straightened up, span on the floor, ginned again, and motioned me to follow him. Grasping a fishing pole leaning against the cotton press, and picking up a brown snuff bottle half full of red worms, he led me along the dam to a shaded, grassy spot where a log extended into the pond. There he baited my hook, spat on the worm, adjusted the cork and handed me the tackle. Then he left me to one of the golden hours of my life. Then, if ever, I fed on honeydew, and drank the milk of paradise. God rest you, old Green Cagle! No not rest you, rather, give you the mossy green water mill in some deep hollow of paradise, with water flowing forever free, and an endless procession of little boys bringing sacks of corn to the mill on Saturdays. If I ever join you there, I shall pray for a special dispensation. I shall ask to be made a little boy again, to be sent to the mill every Saturday for an eternity. And if the Lord is kind, I'll ride up to the door, deliver my corn, and follow old Green Cagle to the waterside. There I'll listen to the wheel clatter, and the water spill over the dam. There I'll squat in the shade among the quivering willows, and watch a cork, and gaze at bluebottle dragonflies skimming over the ripples, and catch golden perch, every day for ever and ever."

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Burial: January 21, 1895, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi Occupation: Farmer in Attala County, Mississippi Religion: Primitive Baptist Tax List: 1848, Attala County, Mississippi Notes for MARTHA MATILDA BRISTER: Martha was named as one of the heirs of Hockaday when his estate was settled, October 15, 1859, after the death of his widow "Nanny" Brister, in Holmes County. Deed Book O, page 228.

More About MARTHA MATILDA BRISTER: Burial: August 13, 1892, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Children of GREENBERRY CAGLE and MARTHA BRISTER are:

227. i. ii. TABITHA PERCILLA5 CAGLE, b. September 23, 1837, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. August 06, 1916, Louisiana. SAPHRONA CAGLE, b. 1842, Attala County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1870-1936; m. M ARTIN GUESS, WFT Est. 1858-1862; b. December 04, 1843, Attala County, Mississippi; d. May 27, 1863, Civil War casualty. More About SAPHRONA CAGLE: Alternate Name: Safrona Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 18 years. 228. 229. 230. 231. iii. iv. v. vi. NANCY MATILDA CAGLE, b. December 17, 1844, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi; d. August 05, 1936, Attala County, Mississippi. MARY JEANETTE CAGLE, b. December 20, 1846, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi; d. May 17, 1926, Springdale, Attala County, Mississippi. RACHEL BELLE CAGLE, b. 1848, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1891-1943. MARTHA GREEN CAGLE, b. May 1851, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1896-1946.

59. HENRY4 CAGLE (JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born August 13, 1807 in North Carolina, and died May 01, 1888 in Carrol County, Mississippi. He married S ARAH SALLY SHIPP July 19, 1832 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, daughter of RICHARD SHIPP. She was born 1815 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Carroll County, Mississippi. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry was a Mexican War veteran and is buried in the Mexican War Graveyard, Carroll County, Mississippi. His place of birth is reported in the 1860-1870-1880 US Federal Census of Carroll County, Mississippi. The Mexican War Graves Registrations in Carroll County, Mississippi shows his date of birth as August 13, 1807.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Burial: May 02, 1888, Old Salem Cemetery, Vaiden, Carroll County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with Sarah and 7 children. Census 2: 1860, Carrol County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, Carrol County, Mississippi Census 4: 1880, Carrol County, Mississippi Military service: Mexican War Occupation: Farmer More About SARAH SALLY SHIPP: Burial: Aft. 1880, Old Salem Cemetery, Vaiden, Carroll County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with Henry and 7 children. Census 2: 1860, Carrol County, Mississippi

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Census 3: 1870, Carrol County, Mississippi Census 4: 1880, Carrol County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for HENRY CAGLE and SARAH SHIPP: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900. John Cagle, Henry's father signed as bondsman on July 19, 1832 for this marriage.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and SARAH SHIPP are:

i. L. B.5 CAGLE, b. 1833; d. WFT Est. 1864-1927; m. W. V. WILBORNE, February 17, 1856, Carroll County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1812-1839; d. WFT Est. 1864-1925. More About L. B. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 17 years. Marriage Notes for L. CAGLE and W. WILBORNE: Information taken from Mississippi Marriages, 1826-1900 C D.

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MARY JANE CAGLE, b. 1834, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1866-1928. JOSEPH CAGLE, b. 1835, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1872-1926. JOSEPHINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1842, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1936. More About JOSEPHINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1860, Carrol County, Mississippi with parents at age 18 years.

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SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1847, Holmes County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1864-1941; m. J AMES MADISON CARPENTER, February 25, 1860, Copiah County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1815-1846; d. WFT Est. 1865-1933. Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE: In later years Sarah lived in Gilmer, Upsher County, Texas after 1870. More About SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Carrol County, Mississippi

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JAMES MONROE CAGLE, b. May 01, 1847, Vaiden, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. January 04, 1914, Lometa, Lampassas County, Texas. WESLEY A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1848, Holmes County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1874, Carroll County, Mississippi. CORAELLA CARRIE CAGLE, b. July 1853, Holmes County, Mississippi; d. Bef. 1920, Sunflower County, Mississippi.

60. HENRY4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 01, 1811 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died March 04, 1876 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married E LIZABETH UNKNOWN 1834 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1815 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1880 in Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry and his father, William entered for land on Little Creek on February 17, 1845. William's survey for 50 acres was on August 13, 1845 and Henry's for 50 acres which adjoined his father's was on August 14, 1845, both in Moore County, North Carolina. Henry's 50 acre grant No. 4247, entry number 3879, February 17, 1845, Book 152, page 238, location on Little Creek.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Burial: March 05, 1876, Sheffield-Cagle Cemetery, Northwest Moore County, North Carolina Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina

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Census 3: 1870, Moore County, North Carolina Property: April 05, 1847, 50 Acre Grant, Moore County, North Carolina More About ELIZABETH UNKNOWN: Burial: Unknown, Sheffield-Cagle Cemetery, Northwest Moore County, North Carolina Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. DEBORAH5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1836-1929. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1838, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1865-1932; m. U NKNOWN FREEMAN, Abt. 1859, Moore County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1812-1838, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1870. Notes for SARAH CAGLE: Sarah married a Freeman (first name unknown- may be Raleigh) before the 1860 Census of Moore County, North Carolina. By the census of 1870, she was back in her father's household with a nine year old son, Raleigh Freeman. By the time of the 1880 census of Moore County, Sarah and Raleigh were listed in her mother's household with Raleigh, now age 19. Both were listed as widows.

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WINCY A. E. CAGLE, b. 1840, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1881-1931. NANCY JANE CAGLE, b. 1846, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1847-1940.

61. JENNIE JANE4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1813 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1908. She married M ARTIN SHEFFIELD WFT Est. 1828-1862. He was born WFT Est. 1797-1825 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1909. Child of JENNIE CAGLE and MARTIN SHEFFIELD is:

i. WILLIAM5 SHEFFIELD, b. June 17, 1848, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 25, 1881, Moore County, North Carolina; m. ADELINE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1862-1879; b. WFT Est. 1834-1857; d. WFT Est. 1877-1945. Notes for WILLIAM SHEFFIELD: William is thought to be the son of Martin Sheffield and Jennie Cagle. He is buried in the Sheffield-Cagle Cemetery, about 3 miles from the Bascom Chapel Church. Also, buried there are his parents, his grandparents William Cagle and Sara Bruer Cagle. His Aunt and Uncle Henry Cagle and wife Elizabeth. Nothing else is known at this time about William.

62. JOHN B.4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1815-1904 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married ZILPHA UNKNOWN Abt. 1835 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1810 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Unknown. More About JOHN B. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina, with Zilpha and four children. Census 2: 1870, Moore County, North Carolina, with Zilpha. Census 3: 1880, Moore County, North Carolina, with Zilpha. More About ZILPHA UNKNOWN: Burial: Unknown Child of JOHN CAGLE and ZILPHA UNKNOWN is:

i. MATTHEW5 CAGLE, b. 1837, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 06, 1918, North Carolina; m. MILLEY UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1830, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. More About MATTHEW CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Pleasant Hill Methodist Church Cemetery, Robbins, North Carolina Census 1: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina

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63. HARMON HERMAN4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Hall County, Georgia, and died 1893 in Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia. He married (1) NANCY DUNN 1837 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1814 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1886 in Hall County, Georgia. He married (2) ELIZABETH HALL May 30, 1886 in Hall County, Georgia. She was born September 1861 in Hall County, Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1893-1955. Notes for HARMON HERMAN CAGLE: Harmon moved to Hall County, Georgia about 1842 and lived near Jacob Cagle, born 1766 who was the son of John Dutchman Cagle, son of Jacob was Harmon's uncle and brother of William, his father. After Nancy's death in late 1885 or early 1886, Harmon married Elizabeth Hall on May 30, 1886 in Hall County, Georgia. On November 12, 1892, Harmon granted to Elizabeth Cagle "In consideration of the natural love and affection, the said Harmon Cagle has for his wife, said Elizabeth Cagle..... hereby gives all tract of land on waters of Mulberry River....100 acres more or less. Signed Harmon Cagle." Recorded in Book Y, page 391. This conveyance of property to Elizabeth would seem to mean he was in poor health and was seeking to secure the position of his second wife. As shown by the next record, he was dead by October 28, 1895. On that date Elizabeth Cagle sold to James Stephens, ten acres for $25.00 in Flowery Branch. The deed was recorded on October 28, 1899 in Deed Book P(2). On April 3, 1897, Elizabeth mortgaged twenty acres to Martha J. Hemphill. Book L, page 563. In 1897 Elizabeth sold sixteen acres for $25.00 to J. B. Woods. Recorded March 9, 1897. On December 1, 1900, Elizabeth sold twenty-four acres to James Stephens. In 1904, she sold to W. D. Hawkins seventy acres for $100.00 on waters of Mulberry River. Deed Book 10, page 235. These records seem to indicate that Elizabeth had to sell her property to support herself and her children after Harmon's death. The fact that more than the original 100 acres were sold may mean she had other assets beyond those given to her by Harmon. . Harmon was probably namesake of his mother's brother, Harmon Bruer.

More About HARMON HERMAN CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with wife, Nancy and four children. Census 3: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with wife, Nancy Census 4: 1870, Hall County, Georgia with wife, Nancy. Census 5: 1880, Hall County, Georgia with wife, Nancy More About ELIZABETH HALL: Census: 1900, Hall County, Georgia, widow Children of HARMON CAGLE and NANCY DUNN are:

237. i. ii. ANDERSON PENN5 CAGLE, b. April 1838, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1914, Hall County, Georgia. GEORGE HARRISON CAGLE, b. 1840, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1905. Notes for GEORGE HARRISON CAGLE: George was a school teacher in Hall County, Georgia (CS) Common Schools. More About GEORGE HARRISON CAGLE: Occupation: School teacher in Hall County, Georgia iii. iv. MARY MOLLIE CAGLE, b. 1842; d. WFT Est. 1856-1936; m. JOSEPH R. TEED, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931. PATSY MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1939; m. (1) WILLIAM THOMAS, WFT Est. 18591892; b. WFT Est. 1828-1848; d. WFT Est. 1862-1934; m. (2) S . CLEGHORN, WFT Est. 1859-1892; b. WFT Est. 1828-1848; d. WFT Est. 1862-1934. WILLIAM J. WESLEY CAGLE, b. 1850; d. WFT Est. 1851-1940. NANCY A. JANE CAGLE, b. 1852; d. WFT Est. 1866-1946; m. (1) JOE TAYLOR PIRKLE, WFT Est. 18651895; b. 1845; d. WFT Est. 1867-1936; m. (2) J ESSE WOOD, WFT Est. 1866-1899; b. WFT Est. 1835-1855; d. WFT Est. 1869-1941.

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Children of HARMON CAGLE and ELIZABETH HALL are:

vii. viii. ix. IDA P.5 CAGLE, b. July 1887, Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1888-1981. CALLIE CAGLE, b. July 1889, Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1890-1983. HARMON HERMON CAGLE, JR., b. November 1891, Flowery Branch, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1892-1981.

64. ISAAC4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1822 in Georgia, and died Aft. 1900. He married FRANCEY HARE WFT Est. 1839-1873. She was born WFT Est. 1809-1833, and died WFT Est. 1855-1921. Children of ISAAC CAGLE and FRANCEY HARE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. DAUGHTER5 CAGLE, b. Bet. 1840 - 1850; d. WFT Est. 1851-1957. JAMES CAGLE, b. Bet. 1840 - 1850; d. WFT Est. 1852-1954. JOHN WESLEY CAGLE, b. 1849, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1895-1941. SPHINX L. CAGLE, b. 1852, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1884-1943; m. M ARY CAGLE, March 26, 1878, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. 1859, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1884-1953. Notes for SPHINX L. CAGLE: State of North Carolina, Montgomery County. Office Register of Deeds, March 23, 1878. To any Ordained Minister of any Religious Denomination, or any Justice of the Peace of said County. Sphinx Cagle having applied to me for a License for the Marriage of Sphinx L. Cagle of Moore County, aged 25 years, color white, the son of Isaac Cagle and Franey Cagle, the father now living, the mother living, resident of Moore and Mary Cagle of Montgomery County aged 18 years, color white, daughter of John Cagle and Jane Cagle, the father dead, the mother living, resident of Montgomery County. P. H. Morris, Register of Deeds, State of North Carolina Montgomery County. I, Daniel McAulay, a Sphinx L. CAGLE, united in matrimony Moore and 25 parties licensed above, on the 26 day of March 1878 at white in Isaac Cagle Township in said County, according to law. (NOTE: This appears to have been completed by someone who could not read well or had poor eyesight.) it is copied exactly as it appears in the official records. "Witnesses present at Marriage: James CAGLE of Montgomery, Jesse McCaskill of Montgomery, Ann C. McCaskill of Montgomery.

Marriage Notes for SPHINX CAGLE and MARY CAGLE: Marriage license applied for 23 March 1878, Montgomery County, North Carolina; ceremony performed on 26 Mar 1878 by Daniel M. Caulay, Justice of the Peace, at the home of Isaac Cagle of Montgomery County, North Carolina. Witnessed by: James Cagle, Jesse McCaskill and Ann C. McCaskill all of Montgomery County, North Carolina.

65. JACOB4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1770 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1838 in Barry County, Missouri. He married (1) UKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1795. She was born WFT Est. 1760-1784, and died WFT Est. 1819-1874. He married (2) L UCY DARROUGH May 01, 1826 in Davidson County, Tennessee. She was born 1770 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1845. Notes for JACOB CAGLE: June 26, 1836 Barry County, Missouri, will dated, recorded July 5, 1836 Will book A page 14 Abstract reads as follows; Jacob Cagle dated 26 June 1836 "Wife Lucy Cagle Farm to be sold and money divided among children; Lucretia, Martin, Elizabeth, Martha, John, David, Jacob Elias, Drucilla and Katherine. Executors; William W. Southward and George Damron. Witnesses; Samuel Leas, William Hughes and John Hughes". Jacob married Lucy in Davidson County, Tennessee in 1826. By the 1830's, they had moved their family to Sangamon County, Illinois, and from there to Barry County (present Jasper County) by the mid 1830's. Then in 1836, Jacob made a will naming sons Martin, John, David, and Jacob Elias heirs. It is thought that Martin was

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born to Jacob's first wife, and the three younger ones to Lucy. Jacob died about 1838 and Lucy returned to Tennessee where she was listed in the 1840 census of Dickson County, Tennessee. Later she married Elida Burns and returned to Jasper County, Missouri. By 1850, Lucy was listed with her new husband and five Children. At this time the youngest child of Jacob, Margaret L. F. Cagle was the last Cagle child in the household. She was eleven years old at this time. Those named in Jacob's will are: Lucretia, Martin, Elizabeth, Martha, John L. and David Jacob Elias, Drucilla and Katherine. Executors were William Southward and George Damron. After Jacob's death, John L. and David remained in Christian County, Illinois; Martin G. moved to Lafayette County, Arkansas by 1840, Lamar County, Texas by 1850 and 1860, McLennan County, Texas by 1870.

More About JACOB CAGLE: Will: June 26, 1836, Barry County, Missouri Notes for LUCY DARROUGH: Lucy was in Sangamon County, Illinois during the 1830 Census. Husband Jacob, died about 1838 and Lucy moved to Dickson County, Tennessee by the time of the 1840 Census. Some time before the 1850 census for Jasper County Missouri, she had moved and married Elida Burns and had five more children. At this time, the youngest child of Jacob, Margaret L. F. Cagle was the last Cagle child in the family. She was eleven years old at this time.

Children of JACOB CAGLE and UKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. DAVID5 CAGLE, d. Unknown. JOHN L. CAGLE, b. 1797, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1870, Christian County, Illinois; m. U NKNOWN UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1815-1848; b. WFT Est. 1794-1817, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1840-1904. Notes for JOHN L. CAGLE: John remained in Christian County, Illinois his entire life. He was living with his sister Catherine Sanders at the time of the US Federal Census of 1850 for Christian County, Illinois.

More About JOHN L. CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Sangamon County, Illinois Census 2: 1850, Christian County, Illinois Census 3: 1860, Christian County, Illinois Census 4: 1870, Christian County, Illinois Notes for UNKNOWN UNKNOWN: Susan, the daughter of Unknown, reports her mother as born in Kentucky. This was reported on the 1900 US Federal Census of Buckhart Township, Christian County, Illinois; however, she also, states her father was born in Virginia when in fact he was born in North Carolina, thus another example of the incorrectness of census information.

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ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1804, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1826-1898; m. E DWARD VAUGHN, January 01, 1819, Davidson County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1800; d. WFT Est. 1825-1891. MARTIN G. CAGLE, b. 1808, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1870, Fannin County, Texas; m. SUSAN C. BARKLEY, May 24, 1836, Hardeman County, Tennessee; b. 1816, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1848-1910. Notes for MARTIN G. CAGLE: From 1827 to 1832, Martin G. Cagle appeared on the tax lists of nearby Madison County, Tennessee, where he lived for several years, and is known to appear in Hardeman County records at the time of his marriage. He lived in Christian County, Illinois briefly but, was in Lafayette County, Arkansas by 1840; Fannin County, Texas by 1850 (still there in 1860); and finally McLennan County, Texas by 1870 as verified by census records. He was also, on the tax list in Madison County, Tennessee for the year 1818.

More About MARTIN G. CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Christian County, Illinois Census 2: 1840, Lafayette County, Arkansas

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Marriage Notes for MARTIN CAGLE and SUSAN BARKLEY: Bond on May 24, 1836, by M. G. (Martin G.) Cagle, L. Sypert. 238. v. vi. 239. vii. viii. JACOB ELIAS CAGLE, b. May 16, 1811, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. May 22, 1881, Waco, McLennon County, Texas. DRUCILLA CAGLE, b. 1812, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1838-1906; m. ROBERT RICHARDSON, June 28, 1832, Sangamon County, Illinois; b. Abt. 1800; d. WFT Est. 1837-1891. KATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1814, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1857, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. LUCRETIA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1815, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1839-1909; m. (1) B ANNISTER HICKY, Bef. 1832; b. 1804; d. WFT Est. 1837-1895; m. (2) SAMUEL MELUGIN, March 25, 1833, Sangamon County, Illinois; b. 1805; d. 1850, Sangamon County, Illinois. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1817, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1818-1911.

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Children of JACOB CAGLE and LUCY DARROUGH are:

x. MATHEW JAMES JACKSON5 CAGLE, b. Aft. 1826, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. Aft. 1889, South Haven, Kansas; m. REBECCAH BONE, WFT Est. 1843-1873; b. WFT Est. 1822-1841; d. WFT Est. 1847-1926. Notes for MATHEW JAMES JACKSON CAGLE: Matthew died in South Haven, Kansas. He was on his way to Oklahoma where his son, William Princeton Cagle had made the run and staked a claim near Blackwell, Oklahoma. Mathew's wife, Rebeccah Bone is the sister of Thomas Bone who is the husband of Mathew's sister, Margaret. When Mathew died he left a will naming his children of his first marriage to Catherine as heirs.

More About MATHEW JAMES JACKSON CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Sangamon County, Illinois under age 5. More About REBECCAH BONE: Burial: Unknown, Metropolis, Illinois xi. ROBERT C. F. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1826, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1827-1916. More About ROBERT C. F. CAGLE: Census: 1830, Sangamon County, Illinois under age 5. xii. MARGARET L. T. CAGLE, b. 1839, Dickson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1865-1933; m. THOMAS BONE, January 13, 1859, Dickson County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1814-1840; d. WFT Est. 1864-1927. Notes for MARGARET L. T. CAGLE: Margaret married Thomas Bone, the brother of Mathew's wife, Rebeccah Bone.

66. LEONARD4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1780 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and died Aft. April 20, 1858 in Haralson County Georgia or Calhoun County, Alabama. He married (1) UNKNOWN FULLBRIGHT Abt. 1802 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1775 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1841 in Paulding County, Georgia. He married (2) N ANCY UNKNOWN Abt. 1834 in Georgia. She was born 1803 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1845-1898 in Franklin County, Arkansas. Notes for LEONARD CAGLE: The earliest documentation of Leonard is a land transaction in Lincoln County, North Carolina in 1804. His name appears in the 1810 census of that county and page 79 of the Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina, spelled Kagle on the muster rolls of the War of 1812. Leonard lived with a large clan of Fulbright family, with whom he was engaged in the wagon making business. About 1816, Leonard Cagle moved into Haywood County, North Carolina, and purchased land from a Mr. Jonathan Woody. Benjamin Franklin Cagle, Sr. if tradition is accurate was born on this 75 acre tract of land located east of the Pigeon River which also had once passed through the hands of John Fulbright. A short time after 1820, Leonard's family again was on the move. The Land Lotteries of Georgia may have prompted him to load his family of wife and eight children and move there. In the 1830 Federal Census, living in Chattooga County Georgia, was Leonard Cagle, age 70. Leonard was born

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in or near the year 1780, probably Moore, Montgomery or Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. By the year 1803, Leonard was married and living in Lincoln County, North Carolina, a short distance to the west of the town of Charlotte. By 1816, he had moved to Haywood County, near the town of Asheville, where he remained until the 1820's. At that time he moved to Georgia, and was living in Henry County, outside of Atlanta, in 1827 and the 1830 Federal Census. By 1850, he had moved to Chattooga County, near the Alabama line not far from Rome. Leonard was a wagon maker by trade, according to the 1850 Federal Census. Leonard was born in North Carolina, during the era of the Revolutionary War, in or near the year 1780. He is first known to have appeared in records in 1803, when he acquired land in old Lincoln (now Catawba) County, North Carolina, where he lived until 1816, then moved westward to Haywood County, NC. He remained in Haywood until the 1820's then moved to Georgia where he settled permanently with his four sons who all lived near him until the 1850's. Leonard also, had four or five daughters; however, it is not known at this time what their disposition is due to the early censuses which only included names of head of households. Leonard and family may have lived briefly in Franklin County, in the 1820's before moving to Henry County. He settled near his cousin, David Cagle, 1767-1852, who moved from Montgomery County, North Carolina about 1816. After removal of the Indians from Cherokee Nation in northern Georgia, prompted by the discovery of gold there, Leonard and family was on the move again. They settled in what is now Haralson County where another of Leonard's cousins, Jacob 1790-1840's had settled at least prior to the 1837 special census. Leonard's first appearance in what is now Haralson County, was his inclusion on the regular census of 1840 and 1850. It is known that he constructed a log house in present Haralson County in about 1837 with the help of Benjamin, his son. This home and land passed to Benjamin on his death for there are no land records of Benjamin having purchased them. The area where the homestead was located was at one time Cherokee County, changed to Paulding, changed to Polk and finally to Haralson County in 1857. So, while it appears the Cagle's were moving, actually the county lines were changing. Paulding was formed from Cherokee in 1837, Polk was formed from parts of Paulding in 1851, then finally Haralson was formed in 1857 from part of Polk and Paulding counties. By 1850, Leonard had moved north to Chattooga County and was listed on the census there with sons Jacob and Benjamin. Another son, Joseph lived in adjoining Floyd County. The fourth son, John F. had moved to Clarke County, Mississippi. The other Jacob whom some confuse with Leonard's son Jacob, b. 1804, whom I have identified above as a cousin was most likely a younger brother or a nephew of Leonard's. Though, Leonard left Haralson County sometime before 1850, he retained the homestead. A document exists in Paulding County naming a local lawyer to act in his stead with the management of the property by special power of attorney. The 1850 Census was the last appearance of Leonard on record. Benjamin moved back to Haralson County in the 1850's. It is not known if Leonard died in Chatooga County or if he moved back to Haralson with Benjamin so, his date and place of death as of this writing is still unknown. I suspect he died in Chattooga which is probably what prompted Benjamin's move back to the homestead in Haralson. Most likely, he is buried somewhere in Chattooga since he is not in the Little River Cemetery on the Haralson County homestead where Benjamin and Parthena are buried. By the time of the 1860 census, Jacob had moved to nearby Cherokee County, Alabama and later moved to Polk County, Arkansas about 1862. This possibility might be strengthened by the fact that Leonard's widow, Nancy, and her son, Francis M. Cagle, were enumerated in the 1880 census near Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama.

Notes for UNKNOWN FULLBRIGHT: Listed on Tax Lists in Franklin County, Georgia in 1833/34 were Daniel and John Fullbright. Since Leonard lived for a time in Franklin County, these could provide a connection to Miss Fullbright, Leonard's wife's family.

Notes for NANCY UNKNOWN: Nancy was the second wife of Leonard. It is believed that the youngest two children were born to her and Leonard, but John born 1835, could have been her child from a prior marriage. In the 1880 Census of Madison County, Alabama, Nancy was enumerated in the household of Frances M. Cagle, age 34. Children of LEONARD CAGLE and UNKNOWN FULLBRIGHT are:

i. SARAH SALLY5 CAGLE, b. Bet. 1802 - 1810, Lincoln County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1835-1902; m. CHRISTOPHER DENMAN, November 08, 1827, Franklin County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1747-1780; d. 1834, Franklin County, Georgia. Notes for SARAH SALLY CAGLE:

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Sarah was listed with her husband in the 1830 Census of Franklin County, Georgia with three daughters in the under age 5 category.

More About SARAH SALLY CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Franklin County, Georgia with husband and 3 daughters. Census 2: 1840, Franklin County, Georgia, widow Census 3: 1860, Franklin County, Georgia, widow Notes for CHRISTOPHER DENMAN: The following is a copy of the will of Christopher Denham: Franklin County, Georgia May 1, 1934 Know all men by these presents, that I Christopher Denman of the State aforesaid and County of Franklin, for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear towards my wife Sally Denman, and my three children to wit: Susannah Denman, Leonard Denman, and Margeret Denman, and for and towards the better support and maintenance of said wife and three young children before named after my decease, and for diverse good causes me hereunto moving, have given, granted and sold, and by these presents do freely give, grant and sell unto my said wife Sally Denman during her natural life, and after her decease, to my said three children before named all tract of parcel of land whereon I now live, containing three hundred acres more or less, granted to and bounded by and joining lands of James Stone, Elias Burgess and Sturdy Garner on Gum Log Creek together with all my house hold and kitchen furniture which I may be possessed of at my decease and which is to remain in support and maintenance of my said wife and children before named and after her decease to be equally divided among my said three children, to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land and whatever property and before which I may be possessed of at my decease, unto the said Sally Denman during her natural life, and after her decease to go to and become the property of my said three children as before named, having heretofore given all my older children previous to my intermarriage with my beloved wife Sally Denman, all my valuable property provided never the less that I am to use and enjoy the same during the few days of my natural life. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the 1st day of May in the year of the Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. Signed: Christopher Denman Test: Elizabeth Smith Obadia Neal James R. Smith, J.P. Recorded in Book D May 26, 1837.

More About CHRISTOPHER DENMAN: Census 1: 1830, Franklin County, Georgia with Sarah and 3 daughters. Tax List 1: 1833, Newells District, Franklin County, Georgia Tax List 2: 1834, Newells District, Franklin County, Georgia 240. 241. ii. iii. JOHN FULLBRIGHT CAGLE, b. January 15, 1817, Ashville, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. January 1888, Beirne, Clark County, Arkansas. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE, b. 1819, Ashville, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. December 24, 1886, Haralson County, Georgia at age 67 years old..

Children of LEONARD CAGLE and NANCY UNKNOWN are:

iv. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1850-1925; Stepchild. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John is thought to have been a son of Nancy's and a step son of Leonard's.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Chattooga County, Georgia v. MARY C. CAGLE, b. 1842, Chattooga County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1883-1937; m. JAMES MONROE HILLIARD, April 14, 1864, Madison County, Alabama; b. WFT Est. 1821-1852; d. WFT Est. 1883-1937. More About MARY C. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Chattooga County, Georgia

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FRANCIS MARION CAGLE, b. March 1843, Haralson County, Georgia; d. April 19, 1920, Madison County, Alabama.

67. JOHN FRANCIS4 CAGLE, JR. (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1782 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died June 1854 in Henderson County, North Carolina. He married J ANE JENNIE UNKNOWN Abt. 1797 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1785 in North Carolina, and died 1856 in Henderson County, North Carolina. Notes for JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE, JR.: Buried in Henderson County, North Carolina. Will probated in Henderson County, North Carolina. According to census records it appears that John was moving around; however, that portion of old Rutherford County, North Carolina which became Buncombe County in 1791, later became Henderson County in 1938. So, though it appeared that John was moving around, it was actually the county lines being changed which created that appearance.

More About JOHN FRANCIS CAGLE, JR.: Burial: Unknown, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 1: 1810, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 2: 1820, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 3: 1830, Buncombe County, North Carolina Will: Probated in Henderson County, North Carolina Children of JOHN CAGLE and JANE UNKNOWN are:

243. i. ii. HENRY WASHINGTON5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1803; d. Unknown. JACOB W. CAGLE, b. 1812, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1880, Henderson County, North Carolina.

68. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1783 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1860 in Williamson County, North Carolina. She married JOHN WAGGONER February 26, 1804 in Davidson County, Tennessee. He was born 1782, and died 1850 in Williamson County, North Carolina. Child of ELIZABETH CAGLE and JOHN WAGGONER is:

i. MARY5 WAGGONER, b. Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937.

69. MARY ANN4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1787 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died May 06, 1876 in Metcalf County, Kentucky. She married TIMOTHY FELIX DEMONBRUEN May 27, 1809 in Davidson County, Tennessee, son of JACQUES DEMONBRUEN and MARGUERITE GIBAULT. He was born February 12, 1789 in Cheatham County, Tennessee, and died October 05, 1868 in Edmondson County, Kentucky. Notes for MARY ANN CAGLE: As the story was told, John's daughter Mary Ann was a young girl and walking on the Boardwalk of Nashville, Tennessee in 1809. When Felix, son of Nashville pioneer, Jacques Timothe Bauchrer Demunbreun declared, "If that is not spoken for she will be my wife." Mary Ann had Indian ancestry which explains her known reputation as an excellent mid-wife and Indian herbologist. Mary Ann may have learned her herb doctoring from an Indian mother or her Indian grandmother. As the story goes, the Cagle family, while living in North Carolina, took in an Indian girl, considered terminally ill by her tribe. Later the girl recovered and married one of the Cagle's sons. More About MARY ANN CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Polly" Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and TIMOTHY DEMONBRUEN: Notes from David Cagle, Hardin County, Tennessee states that they were married on May 24, 1809.

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Children of MARY CAGLE and TIMOTHY DEMONBRUEN are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MARY POLLY5 DEMONBRUEN, b. February 22, 1810, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1833-1904; m. WILLIAM AGE, WFT Est. 1826-1855; b. 1810, Tennessee; d. 1873, Edmondson, Kentucky. JOHN FRANCIS DEMONBRUEN, b. September 25, 1811, Robertson County, Tennessee; d. March 31, 1875, Martinsburg, Indiana. JAMES TIMOTHY DEMONBRUEN, b. August 03, 1813; d. Unknown. ELLEN ELIZABETH DEMONBRUEN, b. February 10, 1815; d. March 08, 1906, Edmondson County, Kentucky. SARAH DEMONBRUEN, b. January 17, 1817; d. Unknown. MANISE DEMONBRUEN, b. January 27, 1819, Edmondson County, Kentucky; d. Unknown. WILLIAM CARROLL DEMONBRUEN, b. March 18, 1821, Edmondson County, Kentucky; d. October 18, 1886, Metcalf County, Kentucky. FRANCIS MARION DEMONBRUEN, b. May 17, 1829, Edmondson County, Kentucky; d. October 26, 1877, Metcalf County, Kentucky.

70. CHARLES B.4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1791 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1865 in Arkansas. He married (1) SUSANNAH POLLY DEMONBRUEN May 27, 1810 in Davidson County, Tennessee, daughter of JACQUES DEMONBRUEN and MARGUERITE GIBAULT. She was born 1792 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, and died 1847 in Missouri. He married (2) E LIZABETH HEINS September 09, 1843 in Williamson County, Illinois. She died Bef. 1844 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married (3) ELIZABETH WAGGONER September 22, 1844 in Williamson County, Illinois. She died Abt. 1847 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married (4) MARGARET HARDWICK October 03, 1847 in Ripley County, Missouri. She was born 1831 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1867-1926. Notes for CHARLES B. CAGLE: Charles first wife was Polly Demunbreun, daughter of Timothy Demunbreun, founder of Nashville, Tennessee. The sons of Charles and Polly remained in Williamson County, Illinois, where Charles had lived in 1830's and 1840's and became the ancestors of the large family group in the county. By 1850 , Charles moved to Ripley County, Missouri, along with Elijah Cagle, who was his brother. By 1860, Charles moved into Arkansas, with locating in Van Buren County, and Elijah in neighboring Conway County. Charles had been married to Margaret Hardwick in Ripley County, Missouri. on October 03, 1847, and she was the mother of the 5 youngest children. The Hardwick's, a family of German Origin (Name originally Hartwig) had already intermarried with the Cagle's in Cabarrus County, North Carolina prior to 1800.

More About CHARLES B. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Van Buren County, Arkansas Census 1: 1820, Davidson County, Tennessee Census 2: 1830, Davidson County, Tennessee Census 3: 1840, Williamson, Illinois Census 4: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri Census 5: 1860, Van Buren, Arkansas: Davis Township Military service: War of 1812. Occupation: Farmer Marriage Notes for CHARLES CAGLE and SUSANNAH DEMONBRUEN: Other researchers state that Mary and Charles were married August 11, 1810. Children of CHARLES CAGLE and SUSANNAH DEMONBRUEN are:

244. i. ii. iii. iv. WILLIAM B.5 CAGLE, b. 1811, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1861-1903, Tennessee. JULIA ANN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1812; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1812, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1813-1906. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1814, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1908, Williamson County, Illinois; m. JOHN HAND, WFT Est. 1828-1861; b. WFT Est. 1797-1817; d. WFT Est. 1850-1903. More About SARAH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Williamson County, Illinois Census: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois

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JONATHAN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1815, Roberson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Tennessee. ALFRED B. CAGLE, b. 1815, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1852-1906, Randolph County, Illinois. JOSEPH CAGLE, b. 1819, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1820-1909. SERENA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1820; d. Bef. 1880; m. R OBERT CRAIG, Abt. 1837, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARY CAGLE, b. 1821, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1822-1915. CHARLES CAGLE, JR., b. 1822, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1860, Williamson County, Illinois. REV. TIMOTHY ALLEN CAGLE, b. December 25, 1826, Robinson County, Tennessee; d. March 16, 1908, Williamson County, Illinois. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1834, Illinois; d. 1864, Williamson County, Illinois. ALLEN CAGLE, b. 1837, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Abt. 1923, Nashville, Tennessee.

Child of CHARLES CAGLE and ELIZABETH WAGGONER is:

xiv. HENRY5 CAGLE, b. 1845, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown.

Children of CHARLES CAGLE and MARGARET HARDWICK are:

251. xv. xvi. ELIJAH5 CAGLE, b. July 28, 1848, Ripley County, Missouri; d. July 02, 1911, Jackson County, Arkansas. JANE CAGLE, b. June 1850, Ripley County, Missouri; d. 1915, Missouri; m. J OHN W. PRICE, March 16, 1871, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About JANE CAGLE: Alternate Death: Bef. 1860, Ripley County, Missouri Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with parents at age 3 months. xvii. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1851, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1852-1941. More About BENJAMIN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 9 years. xviii. CARROLL CAGLE, b. 1853, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1854-1943. More About CARROLL CAGLE: Census: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 7 years. xix. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1855, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1856-1945. More About LEONARD CAGLE: Census: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 5 years. xx. SERENA CAGLE, b. 1857, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1871-1951; m. W ILLIAM FERGUSON, WFT Est. 1871-1904; b. WFT Est. 1840-1860; d. WFT Est. 1874-1946. More About SERENA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 2 years. xxi. ROBERT CAGLE, b. 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1861-1950. More About ROBERT CAGLE: Census: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 5 months. xxii. CHARLES CAGLE, JR., b. 1864; d. WFT Est. 1865-1954. More About CHARLES CAGLE, JR.: Aka (Facts Pg): "Charlie"

71. ELIJAH4 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1792 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1850-1884 in Arkansas. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1831. She was born WFT Est. 1791-1818, and died WFT Est. 1843-1905. He married (2) E LENOR TEMPERANCE BRUMLEY August 03, 1845 in Ripley County, Missouri. She was born Abt. 1805 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1900.

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Notes for ELIJAH CAGLE: Elijah's age was established by the US Federal Census of Ripley County, Missouri of 1850 which listed his age as 58 years. US Census for Ripley County, Missouri for 1850 lists his children. Elijah was a Justice of the Peace in Ripley County, Missouri and performed the wedding ceremony of his step-daughter, Keziah Hartwick to Jonathan Sullivan on November 27, 1844, who was later killed during the Civil War.

More About ELIJAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Listed his age as 58 years old. More About ELENOR TEMPERANCE BRUMLEY: Aka (Facts Pg): "Tempy" Children of ELIJAH CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

i. NANCY JANE5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1832, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1856-1926; m. JAMES WALTERS, September 26, 1850, Ripley County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1805-1832; d. WFT Est. 1855-1919. More About NANCY JANE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 18 years. ii. VINA E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1835, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1929. More About VINA E. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 15 years. iii. GEORGE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1836, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1926. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 14 years. iv. IBBY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1839, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1933. More About IBBY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 11 years. v. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1840, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934; m. JOHN CLARK, July 17, 1853, Ripley County, Missouri; d. Unknown. More About MARY ANN CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Polly" Census: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 10 years.

Children of ELIJAH CAGLE and ELENOR BRUMLEY are:

vi. ARMELIA5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1846, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1860-1940; m. ANDREW JACKSON HARDWICK, WFT Est. 1860-1893; b. WFT Est. 1829-1849; d. WFT Est. 1863-1935. More About ARMELIA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 4 years. Census 2: 1860, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 14 years. Census 3: 1870, Ripley County, Missouri with husband and mother, Tempe vii. JAMES R. CAGLE, b. 1849, Ripley County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1860-1939. More About JAMES R. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 1 year. Census 2: 1860, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 11 years.

72. JACOB4 CAGLE, JR. (JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1775 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Warren County, Tennessee at 75 years of age.. He married MARY

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UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1778 in North Carolina, and died Unknown. Notes for JACOB CAGLE, JR.: Jacob is the son of Revolutionary War Veteran, Jacob, Sr. who died in Warren County, Tennessee in 1845. Jacob, Jr. was enumerated in the 1830 and 1840 US Federal Census for Warren County. He was also enumerated in the 1800 Census of Buncombe County, North Carolina and was in Davidson County, Tennessee as early as 1811, remaining there through the 1820's. He was again enumerated in the 1850 US Federal Census for Sevier County, Tennessee along with his wife and a J. L. Smith age 25.

More About JACOB CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1800, Buncombe County, Tennessee Census 2: 1810, Davidson County, Tennessee Census 3: 1820, Davidson County, Tennessee Census 4: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Census 5: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Census 6: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee More About MARY UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Grundy County, Tennessee at age 72 years with husband John. Children of JACOB CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

252. i. ii. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1796-1822; d. WFT Est. 1802-1902. GEORGE WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1819, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1860, Warren County, Tennessee.

73. CHARLES4 CAGLE (JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 11, 1780 in Moore County, Tennessee, and died November 04, 1843 in Warren County, Tennessee at 63 years of age.. He married SUSANNAH C. CAGLE Abt. 1804 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of GEORGE CAGLE and REBECCA CAGLE. She was born February 11, 1781 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Warren County, Tennessee. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles married his first cousin Susannah, daughter of George and Rebecca Cagle. Warren County, Tennessee Will Books (1827-1858) page 511, September 25, 1842. Will of Charles Cagle: I, Charles Cagle, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and memory, blessed by Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament. First, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Susannah Cagle, the home plantation, stock, furniture, tools, bee hives, lands and property during her natural life to manage as she think proper and to destroy nothing, and then to belong to my heirs; William Moffitt, Lewis Carmack, David Cagle, Henry Cagle, Littleton Cagle, A. J. Hill. I also bequeath to my daughter Margaret an equal portion of my estate with the rest of my heirs. I appoint A. J. Hill and David Cagle my sole executors. Witnesses Lewis Carmack, David Cagle and A. J. Hill Abstracted and compiled by Betty Moore Majors. Copied from Coffee County, Lannom Memorial Library. " The oral traditions which I have collected suggest that Charles was a son of the Revolutionary War Veteran Jacob Cagle (Kegel), 1755-1845. Originally of North Carolina and later of Warren County, Tennessee, and that Susannah, his wife was a cousin and the daughter of George Cagle 1740-1825, and Rebecca, 1750-1830's, of Stanly County, North Carolina. Thus far, I have been unable to find estate papers of Jacob, 1755-1845, to confirm names of his children; and, it is known George, 1740's-1825, left estate papers, but they were lost in a courthouse fire in 1838. However many other county and family records in North Carolina and Tennessee remain to be researched. Charles moved with his father to Cumberland, Mecklenburg, and Buncombe Counties, North Carolina, and eventually to Warren County, Tennessee by 1812. It is believed, although not fully documented, that Charles, while in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina in the early 1800's, married his cousin, Susanna Cagle, daughter of George Cagle, 1740's-1825, of nearby Montgomery (present Stanly) County, North Carolina. Charles, after

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migrating to Tennessee, appeared near his father on the 1812 Tax List of Warren County, and in the 1820 Census of Warren County, Tennessee. During the 1820's and 1830's, Charles moved to nearby Bledsoe County, Tennessee, where he owned multiple tracts of land, near the town of Cagle in present Sequatchie County, later formed from old Bledsoe. By 1840, Charles returned to Warren County, where he died in 1843.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Cause of Death: Hemochromatosis Census 1: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 3: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Medical Information: Hemochromatosis-overload of Iron Cells in the blood, resulted in the deaths of two brothers. This is a genetic defect running in this line. Residence: 1840, Moved to Warren County, Tennessee Tax List 1: 1812, Warren County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 3: 1837, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 4: 1838, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 5: 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Will: September 25, 1842, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for SUSANNAH C. CAGLE: Susannah married her first cousin Charles Cagle. Susannah was the daughter of George Cagle and Rebecca Cagle. George was the son of old David born 1728. His younger brother Jacob born 1755, was the father of Charles Cagle. They were first cousins. Susannah went to Bledsoe County, Tennessee. After death of Charles, Susannah lived with her son Henry Cagle and wife Martha and children. Susannah died after 1850. There is a will for Charles Cagle dated September 25, 1842, Warren County, Tennessee. All of their children are listed also the daughters husbands are listed. Other date for the will is November 04, 1843, so he probably died a little earlier than this date that was given above. These notes were taken from John G. Cagle's book on the Cagle's.

More About SUSANNAH C. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Children are listed above under (51) Susannah C. Cagle. 74. HENRY PINKNEY4 CAGLE (JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1793 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1843 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married (1) C ELIA BULLOCK 1809 in North Carolina. She was born 1790 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Lawrence County, Alabama. Notes for HENRY PINKNEY CAGLE: It is not known if Henry had married his wife Celia by the time of the 1810 Census of Buncombe County, North Carolina; if not, it is possible that Henry was the young male in the 16-26 age bracket in Jacob's household. There seems to be reason to believe Henry, upon leaving North Carolina, did not settle immediately in Warren County, Tennessee with his father and brother, but located initially in Lincoln County, Tennessee. One Clue to Henry's period of residence in Lincoln County, Tennessee comes from family records, which indicate that his son, Ignatious West Cagle, was born in Lincoln County, in or near the year 1812. Lincoln is a small town south of Fayetteville, Tennessee, lies in South-central Lincoln County, near the Alabama border. Although the earliest

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land records for Lincoln County are lost, a reference from the County Court minutes shows that Henry Cagle did have land in Lincoln County, by 1814. The reference, from the November 12, 1814 session of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, lists Henry Cagle, for 5 acres on the Head of Norris Creek, Land Entry #5085 and Survey Warrant #617, is listed under the name "Henry Eagle", which was a copyist's incorrect rendering of the name Cagle. Henry Cagle appeared on a list of delinquent tax payers below David Crockett, the noted frontiersman, who later gained fame as a political figure and soldier in West Tennessee and in Texas. Appearing on the same list is thought to be William "Cage" Cagle who later appeared in records of Marion County, Tennessee in the 1820's. Henry may have forfeited his land in Lincoln County in this manner, since no record of his having sold property is found in the deed books. Henry later appeared in records of Marion, Bledsoe and Warren Counties; however, he is not found in the 1820 census of either, Lincoln or Warren County, Tennessee. Henry is thought to have been in Marion or one of the counties east of Lincoln whose census records were destroyed for 1820 since he did begin to be seen in records of the early 1820's in Marion County. Marion County was formed in 1817 from former Indian lands and it is thought Henry was there. The records have been lost; the earliest records for this county begin with 1824 and Henry is located in an obscure document, taken from Bledsoe County, Deed Book D, page 240, which records a Bill of Sale from John Johnson of Bledsoe County to Henry Cagle of Marion County. Additionally, the following land entries appear in Marion County, Tennessee as indicated: Page 159 #679 Cagle, Henry 60 acres top of Cumberland Mountain, on Wolf Pen Mountain, on Brush Creek, 6 Nov 1826 (This area became Sequatchie County later.) Page 160 #680 Cagle, Henry 50 acres top of Cumberland Mountain, on Wolf Pen Mountain, On Brush Creek, 6 Nov 1826 (This area became a part of Sequatchie County later.) Henry and his brother, Charles, 1780-1843, acquired land on Brush Creek in Bledsoe and Marion Counties, Tennessee during the 1820's. Brush Creek, and its tributary, Little Brush Creek, headed in Bledsoe County and flowed generally southward into Marion County, and the Cagles had land on both sides of the county line. Their lands lie in and around the community of Cagle, Tennessee, located on Highway 8, which connects the cities of McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee, and Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. In 1857, the Brush Creek area, and the town of Cagle, were taken into Sequatchie County, upon its formation, largely from the northern end of old Marion County, and the southern end of old Bledsoe County. During the 1820's and 1830's, Henry and Charles Cagle were also acquiring land in adjoining Warren County, Tennessee, near their father Jacob Cagle 1755-1845, and by the time of the 1830 census, Henry Cagle had moved his residence to Warren. Henry was a practicing physician before his disability. His wife Susanna, was half Cherokee Indian and carried on part of his practice, as a midwife, until she remarried. Henry changed the spelling of his last name from Kagle to Cagle because of hostility toward Germans within that area and relocated. Susanna Mullins was married to Henry Preston Cagle who was the son of Henry Pinkney Cagle. Henry Preston was an herbalist (root doctor). He had four wives. More About HENRY PINKNEY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Notes for CELIA BULLOCK: Celia later appeared in the 1850 US Federal Census of Lawrence County, Alabama living with her daughter, Milly and her husband James Stokes. Then, in 1860, she and the two youngest children were listed in the household of her son, Isaac R. Cagle.

More About CELIA BULLOCK: Residence: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Children of HENRY CAGLE and CELIA BULLOCK are:

253. 254. 255. 256. i. ii. iii. iv. MILLIE5 CAGLE, b. 1810, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1905. IGNATIUS WEST CAGLE, b. 1812, Lincoln, Lincoln County, Tennessee; d. August 15, 1889, Verona, Lawrence County, Missouri. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1813, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1853, Warren County, Tennessee. REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE, b. 1816, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, Johnson County, Illinois.

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MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1822; d. WFT Est. 1836-1916; m. JOSEPH MEEKS, WFT Est. 1836-1869; b. WFT Est. 1805-1825; d. WFT Est. 1839-1911. DOVEY M. CAGLE, b. 1826; d. WFT Est. 1856-1920; m. JOHN B. BIRD, January 13, 1851, Lawrence County, Alabama; b. WFT Est. 1804-1831; d. WFT Est. 1856-1917. Notes for DOVEY M. CAGLE: Dovey was living with her older brother, Isaac R. Cagle during the 1850 Census of Lawrence County, Alabama.

More About DOVEY M. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama 257. vii. viii. HENRY PRESTON CAGLE, b. January 01, 1827, Warren County, Tennessee; d. October 02, 1900, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee; Stepchild. JANIE CAGLE, b. 1832, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1846-1926, Wise County, Texas; m. RICHARD T. RIEGER, WFT Est. 1846-1879, Illinois; b. WFT Est. 1815-1935; d. WFT Est. 1849-1921. More About JANIE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama ix. ANN CAGLE, b. 1835, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1929. More About ANN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama

Children of HENRY PINKNEY CAGLE are:

x. CHARLIE5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1850; d. Unknown; m. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN; d. Unknown. Notes for CHARLIE CAGLE: Charlie was a paraplegic, resulting from a coal mining accident. xi. WILL CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854; d. Abt. 1937, Paducah, Kentucky; m. U NKNOWN UNKNOWN; d. Unknown. Notes for WILL CAGLE: Will divorced his wife and traveled the country until his death around 1937. This marriage resulted in no children that are known of.

75. JOHN DAVID4 CAGLE (JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 09, 1800 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died February 03, 1869 in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. He married MARY POLLY CARTER August 08, 1823 in Warren County, Tennessee, daughter of BENJAMIN CARTER. She was born December 08, 1801 in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee, and died March 17, 1872 in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN DAVID CAGLE: John returned to Warren County, Tennessee. He is buried at Hill Cemetery District #6, Warren County. He was killed in a timber and logging accident. He had been in Clark County, Arkansas with his father about 1860. John is listed in the Warren County, Tennessee US Federal Census for 1850.

More About JOHN DAVID CAGLE: Burial: February 05, 1869, Hill Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1870, Warren County, Tennessee Census 4: 1880, Warren County, Tennessee Occupation: Farmer Notes for MARY POLLY CARTER:

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Mary was living with her son Preston and his small son Edwin who was 4 years old. Also, living in the household of Preston was John E. Cagle who was 26 years of age, Mary's son, said to be an idiot.

More About MARY POLLY CARTER: Burial: Unknown, Hill Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1870, Warren County, Tennessee Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARY CARTER are:

i. MARTHA ANN5 CAGLE, b. April 22, 1822, Rockwood, Tennessee; d. October 20, 1904, Rockwood, Tennessee; m. (1) WILLIAM PIGROOM, Abt. 1847; b. WFT Est. 1800-1827; d. WFT Est. 1852-1913; m. (2) JOSEPH MEE RAGAN, Abt. 1854; b. WFT Est. 1806-1838; d. WFT Est. 1865-1922. Notes for MARTHA ANN CAGLE: This line is being researched by Nancy Griffin <[email protected]> who states: where Martha Ann Cagle appears." Martha Ann Cagle, born 22 April 1822, married to Joseph Mee Ragan, is my GGGrandmother. The only documentation I have on her actually being a daughter of John Cagle and Mary Ann Carter is a notation written on the bottom of a family group sheet: "*From old Bible records found by E. A. Ragan. It is assumed that Martha Ann Cagle was a child of this marriage. The dates, places and names are too similar to be disregarded. F.L.W." On another record, Martha Ann Cagle is listed as a daughter of Henry Cagle, Sr. and Lizzie Bulliman. The notation on that record states: "Martha Ann may belong in this family. I do not vouch for any information where Martha Ann Cagle appears." In a letter written to Virgie Ragan Wilson from Kathryn D. Whitefort in 1948, mention is made of a book being published by Virgie on the Cagles of Tennessee. She wrote: "Your book is to be Genealogies of Tennessee." Have you run across this book? For some reason this particular line is bothering me. Where does Martha Ann really belong? I really appreciate your help. Thanks, Nancy

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HENRY MCGAUGHY CAGLE, b. August 24, 1824, Dardanell Township, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1886, Yell County, Arkansas; m. (1) NANCY COLLINS, Abt. 1849, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1829; d. WFT Est. 1854-1922; m. (2) MARY UNKNOWN, Abt. 1851, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1822, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1862-1917; m. (3) N ANCY EADES, February 06, 1855, Warren County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1816-1838; d. WFT Est. 1860-1927; m. (4) L AURA LOW, August 17, 1860, Warren County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1819-1843; d. WFT Est. 1865-1931; m. (5) LOTTIE NUNLEY, Bef. 1861; b. WFT Est. 1819-1844; d. WFT Est. 1866-1932; m. (6) C . A. MYERS, 1864; b. 1840, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18811935. Notes for HENRY MCGAUGHY CAGLE: Harvey was still living with his parents for the census of Warren County, Tennessee of 1850; then in his own household for the census of 1860 Warren County with wife, Mary and five children. He enlisted in the CSA and served until captured and paroled to Illinois and never returned to Tennessee to live. He moved to Kentucky in 1866 and then to Arkansas in the late 1870's, first appearing in Yell County records on the 1879 personal property tax list, in which his property is valued at $110 with tax liability of $2.25. Then, he appeared on the 1880 Census, as did his son Bonaparte Cagle who was living and working in the household of F.M. Harrison. There is a note from one of his descendents that Harvey was married five times and had about twenty-two children. She lists his name as Harvey McGauphey McCoy Cagle, born 1824. She lists known wives as Elizabeth Mullen, Laura Lowe, Lottie Nunley, C. A. Myers, Nancy Eades/Coppinger/Collins. This was from a Dorothy who lists herself as a descendent, on Gen Forum. Harvey is also, listed in the 1900 Census of Grayson County, Texas and the 1910 Census of Cooke County, Texas.

More About HENRY MCGAUGHY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee 258. iii. iv. BENJAMIN STEWARD SILAS CAGLE, b. 1826, Warren County, Tennessee; d. April 07, 1891, Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee. PERMELIA ADELINE CAGLE, b. February 23, 1828, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. September

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07, 1858, Warren County, Tennessee. More About PERMELIA ADELINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 22 years. v. PRESTON ALEXANDER CAGLE, b. September 06, 1831, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee; d. October 15, 1916, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee; m. (1) S USANNAH ROXANNA HAYNES, December 19, 1856, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1843, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1866, Warren County, Tennessee; m. (2) SARAH J. NUNNELLY, November 05, 1871, Warren County, Tennessee; b. May 28, 1850, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1915, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. More About PRESTON ALEXANDER CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1870, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for SARAH J. NUNNELLY: Sarah is step-mother to Edmond S. Cagle born 1866.

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EMALINE CAGLE, b. June 05, 1834, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. August 25, 1868; m. JAMES D. KNIGHT, June 26, 1852, Warren County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1807-1834; d. WFT Est. 18571921. Notes for EMALINE CAGLE: Emaline was living in the household of John Hughes during the 1860 US Federal Census of Warren County, Tennessee attending school at age 14.

More About EMALINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee vii. BARTHENA CAGLE, b. February 29, 1836, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18601930. More About BARTHENA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 14 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 24 years. viii. LUCINDA CAGLE, b. November 23, 1837, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1851-1931; m. JOHN ELWOOD SALIWAY, WFT Est. 1851-1884; b. WFT Est. 1820-1840; d. WFT Est. 1854-1926. More About LUCINDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee ix. JOHN ELWOOD CAGLE, b. June 17, 1841, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. January 10, 1912, Warren County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN ELWOOD CAGLE: John was living with his brother Preston at the time of the 1870 US Federal Census of Warren County, Tennessee, Civil District #7, Irving College P.O. Listed beside his name is "Idiotic". Also, living with Preston at the time was his mother Mary who was listed as age 67 at this time.

More About JOHN ELWOOD CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 7 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 17 years. Census 3: 1870, Warren County, Tennessee with father at age 27 years. x. EMMA CAGLE, b. 1846, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1847-1940.

76. WILLIAM4 CAGLE (JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 03, 1803 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1860-1895. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1832

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in North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1805 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1846 in North Carolina. He married (2) HANNAH GARNER March 09, 1846 in Pope County, Arkansas. She was born 1812 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1907. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: In the 1850 Census of Pope County, Arkansas, Hannah was listed as head of the household. William was already on his way to the California gold fields, they missed him in the census. Hannah and the children went west to meet William and they settled in Oregon. There are land records from Oregon that show they arrived in Oregon Territory in October of 1852. They settled a land claim in Cowlitz County in 1854. This document notes William was born in Cabarrus County, North Carolina in 1803. The 1860 Census of Cowlitz County, Oregon notes Alston Whittle and Henry Whittle who are children by a previous marriage of Hannah. The name Whittle could have been a variation of Whitley, a family who intermarried with the Cagle's in Stanly County, North Carolina. Hannah is William's second wife. His first wife, mother of Charles is still unknown. It is thought that William and Hannah remained in Oregon until their deaths.

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1860, Cowlitz County, Oregon with wife and 3 children. Notes for HANNAH GARNER: In the 1850 Census of Pope County, Arkansas, Hannah was listed as the head of the household. William was already on his way to the California gold fields. Census takers missed him. Hannah and children went west to meet William and they settled in Oregon. There are land records from Oregon that show they arrived in Oregon Territory in October of 1852. They settled a land claim in Cowlitz County, in 1854. This document notes William was born in Cabarrus County, North Carolina in 1803. The 1860 census of Cowlitz County, Oregon lists William age 57; Hannah 48; Charles 27; Austin Whittle 27 and Henry Whittle 16. William was Hannah's second husband.

More About HANNAH GARNER: Census: 1850, Pope County, Arkansas as head of household. Marriage Notes for W ILLIAM CAGLE and HANNAH GARNER: Marriage records for Pope County, Arkansas show "Cagle, William 43, to Whittle, Hannah 40, March 9, 1846 by R. S. Bewley, J.P. Marriage Book A, Line 29. Child of WILLIAM CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN is:

i. CHARLES5 CAGLE, b. 1833, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1860-1923. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles is listed with his father and step mother, Hannah (Garner) (Whittle) Cagle on the US Federal Census of 1850, Polk County, Arkansas. Also, included on the census with Charles are his step brothers and sisters whose last names were Whittle: Alston, age 17, b. North Carolina; Elizabeth age 16, b. North Carolina; Franklin age 12, b. North Carolina; Durand age 8, b. North Carolina. Charles Cagle was shown as age 17; b. Illinois on this same census. By the time of the 1860 of Cowlitz, Oregon, Hannah, Charles' step mother, had moved the family to Oregon to join William who had gotten the Gold Bug in the 1850's. Two of the Whittle stepbrothers made the trip with Hannah and Charles, they are Austin age 27 and Henry age 16 in 1860. Hannah was 48 years old.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Pope County, Arkansas with step mother at age 17 years. Census 2: 1860, Cowlitz County, Oregon with father at age 27 years.

77. JACOB4 CAGLE (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1778 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1826-1870. He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1792-1827. She was born WFT Est. 1762-1787, and died WFT Est. 1826-1877.

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Notes for JACOB CAGLE: It has been suggested that Jacob of the 1800 Buncombe, North Carolina census might possibly be the son of Valentine Cagle, Sr. and that he may also be the father of Leonard C. Cagle and grandfather of Charles H. Cagle of Winston County, Mississippi. There is a tradition among the descendants of Leonard C. and Charles H. that Leonard C.'s father was named Jacob Cagle. Mrs. Dana Meara wrote in December 1998: "Family tradition says his (Leonard's) father was named Jacob who was the son of Henry. Jacob moved to Buncombe County from Montgomery County before 1814 and lived to be 100 years old - no proof yet. Also, the name "Valentine is found in the descendents of Leonard. Jacob of 1800 Buncombe is of the right age to be the father of Leonard C. Cagle, but no definite proof has been found that this is the case. The 1800 census also indicates the only child in Jacob's household is a young daughter. Further weight was added to the argument that Jacob mitht be the son of Valentine by the information in a letter of June 9, 1999, from John G. Cagle, Little Rock, Arkansas John wrote: "Some references to the family of Joseph Tilden Cagle (1879-1952) of Buncombe County, North Carolina sent by his granddaughter, Mrs. Pat Skinner (Pat is the daughter of Joseph's son, James Burton Cagle, Sr. 1901-1986, of Buncombe County, North Carolina). "Joseph 1879-1952 was the son of Henry Washington Cagle, born 1833 and the grandson of Henry Cagle born 1804 of Henderson and Buncombe Counties, North Carolina. Henry born 1804 is closely associated in early records of Henderson County with Leonard Cagle 1798-1866, the father of Charles H. Cagle 1824-1908 who settled in Winston County, Mississippi in the 1850's. "Mrs. Skinner has indicated that Joseph Tilden Cagle, 18791952, stated orally that he was a descendent of Valentine Cagle, 1750's-1810's, the pioneer settler of old Buncombe County, North Carolina. I am uncertain of the exact line of descent, but am guessing that Henry Cagle, born 1804, and perhaps Leonard Cagle, born 1798-1866, were grandsons of Valentine on the 1800 Buncombe County Census".

More About JACOB CAGLE: Census: 1800, Buncombe County, North Carolina Children of JACOB CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

259. 260. i. ii. iii. LEONARD CHARLES5 CAGLE, b. June 30, 1798, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. August 08, 1866, Davidson River, Boyd Township, Transylvania County, North Carolina. HENRY WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. 1804, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. 1880, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina. MARGARET ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. June 03, 1804, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. September 11, 1884, Henderson County, North Carolina; m. S ILAS PETER CORN, 1824, Henderson County, North Carolina; b. September 15, 1803, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. June 09, 1884, Henderson County, North Carolina. Notes for MARGARET ELIZABETH CAGLE: The 1840 census indicates Margaret and Silas had 10 Children, three more were born after 1840 making a total of 13 children. We have the names of only nine.

More About MARGARET ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: September 13, 1884, Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery, Henderson County, North Carolina. Notes for SILAS PETER CORN: Silas was an accomplished stonemason, he prepared the tombstones for himself and his wife in advance of their death, all except for the actual date of death. Silas appeared in a number of land transactions in the Henderson County region, one of which was a land grant which he took out on August 22, 1844 for 296 acres on the Devil's Fork of Mud Creek in Henderson County. In the 1830 Buncombe County Census, the family was listed with three young daughters, and by the time of the 1840 census of Henderson County, the number of children had increased to ten. More About SILAS PETER CORN: Burial: June 11, 1884, Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery, Henderson County, North Carolina. Census 1: 1830, Buncombe County, North Carolina with wife and 3 daughters.

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Census 2: 1840, Henderson County, North Carolina with wife and 10 children. Census 3: 1850, Henderson County, North Carolina with wife and 6 children. Census 4: 1860, Henderson County, North Carolina with wife and 3 children. iv. WILLIAM THOMAS CAGLE, b. April 17, 1806, North Carolina; d. 1885, Blue Ridge, Henderson County, North Carolina; m. (1) ANTHRET JUSTICE, Abt. 1828, North Carolina; b. January 05, 1810, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. March 01, 1859, Blue Ridge, Henderson County, North Carolina; m. (2) CATHERINE CASE, November 26, 1861, Henderson County, North Carolina; b. 1823, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1869-1918. Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS CAGLE: William owned land from US 64 Chestnut Gap Road to Cagle Road. Lou Emma Cagle and Fred Orr inherited land from US 64 Chestnut Gap Road to Rowe Road. Robert inherited land on Cagle Road. Jane Lorena Cagle & Robert Corn had land along Rowe Road. Descendents of all still live on part of the property. Lawrence Cagle son of William Logan Cagle, lives on the homeplace of Robert Cagle. Information taken from the Henderson County, North Carolina Heritage, Volume I, page 53, article #78 gives the names, dates and births of this family group. William was a lifelong resident of Henderson County, having been born there when it was still a part of old Buncombe County. Henderson was formed from Buncombe in 1838. William married in the 1820's, and first appeared as a head of household in the 1830 census of Buncombe County. William's father, John Cagle, 17821854, an early settler of old Buncombe County. John Moved to Buncombe between 1800 and 1806. John remained in Buncombe/Henderson County for the rest of his life, and founded a large family.

More About WILLIAM THOMAS CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Dana United Methodist Church Cemetery, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 1: 1830, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 2: 1840, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 3: 1850, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 4: 1860, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 5: 1870, Henderson County, North Carolina with wife Catherine Case. Census 6: 1880, Henderson County, North Carolina with wife, Catherine Case More About ANTHRET JUSTICE: Burial: March 03, 1859, Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery, Henderson County, North Carolina, Lot # 22. Notes for CATHERINE CASE: The census of 1880 Henderson County, North Carolina reported Catherine as illiterate with notation "Cannot read". However, what Catherine lacked in education, she made up for with hard work, i.e., the 1870 Census indicated the following children boarding in the Cagle household while attending school. George 13, and Mitchell 11, McMinn; D.T. 27 and D. E. 22 Claxton; L. C. Orr 23; J.W. Orr 22; Eli Merrill 23. Housework in those days was much more labor intensive and you can bet she was kept busy with meals and laundry for this number of people.

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MARY CAGLE, b. 1807, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 18331901; m. JEROME PENEL GILBREATH, 1827, Buncombe County, North Carolina; b. 1803; d. WFT Est. 18331894. LAVINA CAGLE, b. 1815, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. 1877, Rutherford County, North Carolina; m. JEREMIAH JACKSON, August 01, 1839, Rutherford County, North Carolina; b. 1813; d. WFT Est. 1845-1904, Rutherford County, North Carolina. Marriage Notes for LAVINA CAGLE and JEREMIAH JACKSON: Marriage License is Luvina Cagle and Jerry Jackson. Bond#000134353, Record #01 159, Bondsman: Samuel McMurry, Witness William Wilkins, August 1, 1836, Rugherford.

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RACHEL CAGLE, b. May 24, 1819, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. June 02, 1867; m. JOHN C. JUSTICE, December 20, 1840, Buncombe County, North Carolina; b. 1816; d. WFT Est. 1846-1907. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1824, Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1825-1918.

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78. VALENTINE4 CAGLE, JR. (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 12, 1787 in Cabarrus, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Jackson County, Alabama. He married (1) M ARTHA JANE AUSTIN WFT Est. 1792-1842, daughter of JOHN AUSTIN and POLLY BENNETT. She was born 1792 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Jackson County, Alabama. He married (2) MARTHA JANE JOHNSON Abt. 1812 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. She was born 1792 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Alabama. Notes for VALENTINE CAGLE, JR.: According to traditions preserved in the Valentine Cagle family, their ties to Larkins' Fork of the Paint Rock River reach back to the year 1812. At that time, what is now Jackson County was still Cherokee territory, but with white settlement nearby in Madison County to the West and Franklin County, Tennessee to the North, opened to whites in 1808 and 1807 respectively. In 1812, there was hostility between Indians and whites in the region where Franklin County, Tennessee adjoined Cherokee lands, present Jackson County. A small band of Indians raided the home of a family named Tucker, killing two of the children. A party of white men from the area pursued the Indians as they fled toward the South, but lost their trail when the Indians swam the Tennessee River, clinging to a log. Valentine Cagle was among the men in the pursuit. The Tucker children were buried on a hill overlooking the Larkin's Fork, a short distance South of the Tennessee state line. A cemetery and log church later grew up around their grave sites; the present church building, Beech Grove Methodist, dates from 1874. The Cagle burial plot at the Cemetery has been in use for over 130 years. The location of the Valentine Cagle home in 1812 is not known; it might be assumed that it was in southern Franklin County, Tennessee, unless they were among the whites who were encroaching on Indian territory, and lived in what is now Jackson County, Alabama. Regarding the identity of the Valentine Cagle who pursued the Indians in 1812, it might be wondered whether he was Valentine, Sr. or Valentine, Jr. It would seem likely, that he is Valentine, Jr. whose family after a brief residence in Illinois in the 1820's and 1830's returned to Jackson County, Alabama in the 1840's. 1810 & 1820 Warren County, Tennessee; 1830 listed in Census of White County, Illinois; 1840 listed in census of Walker County, Alabama; 1850 Jackson County, Alabama at 64 years of age; by 1860 the family had relocated to DeKalb County, Alabama and Martha was listed as head of household. At the time of the 1850 Census of Jackson County, Alabama, the two older sons, Valentine III, born 1819 and John born 1824-1898, were living just across the county line in Franklin County, Tennessee. Valentine's name was spelled "VOLUNTINE". Son, Henry was listed in 1860 DeKalb County, Alabama census at age 24, then in 1880 Marion County, Alabama at age 54.

More About VALENTINE CAGLE, JR.: Alternate Birth: 1786 Burial: Unknown, Cagle Cemetery, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 1: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1830, White County, Illinois Census 4: 1840, Walker County, Alabama Census 5: 1850, Jackson County, Alabama More About MARTHA JANE AUSTIN: Burial: Aft. 1860, Cagle Cemetery, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Jackson County, Alabama with husband at age 58. Census 2: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama widow with 2 children at home. More About MARTHA JANE JOHNSON: Census: 1850, Jackson County, Alabama with husband, Valentine Cagle Children of VALENTINE CAGLE and MARTHA AUSTIN are:

i. ii. iii. ESTER5 CAGLE, b. 1815; d. Unknown. ANNIE CAGLE, b. 1816, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1817-1910. TALITHA CAGLE, b. 1822, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1900, Alabama. More About TALITHA CAGLE: Burial: Aft. 1900, Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Alabama Census 1: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama with mother at age 38 years. Census 2: 1900, Marion County, Alabama with brother, Henry at age 77 years.

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SARAH CAGLE, b. 1823, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, DeKalb County, Alabama; m. STEPHEN BLEVINS, February 14, 1844, DeKalb County, Alabama; b. October 14, 1824, Marion County, Tennessee; d. September 30, 1870, Scottsboro, Jackson County, Alabama.

Children of VALENTINE CAGLE and MARTHA JOHNSON are:

261. v. vi. vii. TABITHA5 CAGLE, b. 1811, Marion County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1812-1905. LEANAH CAGLE, b. October 13, 1813, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1890, Winston County, Alabama. EASTER CAGLE, b. 1815, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1885, Marion County, Alabama. Notes for EASTER CAGLE: Easter is buried at old Buttahatchie School Cemetery, Eastern Marion County, AL. The stone appears to be hand carved and lettered and lined with stone slabs on the sides of the grave then, topped with a single flat coffin-shaped slab. A number of Cagle graves of this type are found throughout the South. There is another grave of identical construction just at the foot of Easter's but, the name cannot be read. Nearby is the similar grave of C. Cagle, probably Charles Cagle of Marion County, Alabama.

More About EASTER CAGLE: Burial: 1885, Buttahatchie School Cemetery, Marion County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Jackson County, Alabama with father at age 35 years. Census 2: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama with mother at age 45 years. 262. 263. 264. 265. viii. ix. x. xi. CHARLES CAGLE, b. September 14, 1817, Fayette County, Tennessee; d. September 26, 1870, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. VALENTINE CAGLE III, b. 1819, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama. JOHN F. CAGLE, b. October 08, 1825, Warren County, Tennessee; d. March 28, 1898, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. HENRY CAGLE, b. February 08, 1826, Warren County, Tennessee; d. February 25, 1904, Marion County, Alabama.

79. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 CAGLE (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 21, 1789 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Jackson County, Alabama. He married (1) MINNIE JOHNSON December 20, 1808 in Tennessee/Buncombe County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1790 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1822-1884. He married (2) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN 1813 in Franklin County, Georgia. She was born WFT Est. 1781-1808, and died WFT Est. 1835-1896. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: After his father's death, about 1850, George moved to Marion County, Tennessee with brother John. George moved to DeKalb County, Alabama at least by 1850 and has the distinction of appearing in both, the 1860 census of DeKalb County, Alabama and Jackson County, Alabama. Apparently, the census had already been taken in DeKalb before he moved, then was counted again in Jackson when he got there. George's daughter, Malinda and her husband, James Adkins and their three children were listed with George as head of household in the 1860 DeKalb County, Alabama US Federal Census. The 1840 Census shows George's family consisting of six children, five females and one male. There may have been older children who were already away from home at the time of that census. Only two of his children, George W. and Malinda, appear in the 1850 census of Dekalb County, Georgia.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, DeKalb County, Alabama with wife and 6 children, one male and five females, Census 2: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama widower with 2 children at home. Census 3: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama with daughter Malinda. Census 4: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama with Martha, his sister in law. Child of GEORGE CAGLE and MINNIE JOHNSON is:

i. WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. March 31, 1819, Fayette County, Tennessee; d. April 09, 1862, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; m. ELIZABETH PIGROOM BLEVINS, WFT Est. 1836-1856; b. 1820; d. November 19, 1898, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama.

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Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: William is buried at Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. His widow remarried but, later placed a tombstone on William's grave which reads: "William Cagle, Born March 31, 1819 - Died April 9, 1862. Erected by his wife E. P. McDaniel."

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Burial: April 11, 1862, Cagle Cemetery, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama More About ELIZABETH PIGROOM BLEVINS: Burial: November 21, 1898, Cagle Cemetery, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 CAGLE, JR., b. 1830, Winston County, Tennessee; d. 1862, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; m. JULIA UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1846-1860, DeKalb County, Alabama; b. WFT Est. 1826-1843; d. WFT Est. 1846-1929. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, JR.: George was in DeKalb County, Alabama with his father on the 1850 Census. He is thought to have died and is buried with his father at Cagle Cemetery, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. He was a young man at age 32 at the time of his death.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, JR.: Burial: 1862, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama Census: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama iii. MALINDA CAGLE, b. 1833, Winston County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1862-1927; m. J AMES ADKINS, WFT Est. 1849-1881; b. 1833, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1863-1924. More About MALINDA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama with father at age 27 years.

80. HENRY4 CAGLE (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 11, 1793 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1863 in Alabama. He married (1) M ARGARET UNKNOWN Abt. 1813 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was born 1791 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850. He married (2) ELIZABETH HILL April 03, 1829 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born 1805 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1848-1900. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry is a son of Valentine Cagle. Proof is his birth recorded in Valentine's Family Bible. Henry and Betsy, along with children, Margaret 19, Henry 18, Mary 16, Martha 12, Pleasant 8, Cecelia 7, Abby 5, James 4, are listed in the 1850 Sevier County, Tennessee Census. Henry's birth date was confirmed by the family bible of Valentine, Jr. and his wife Martha Johnson Cagle. Valentine, Jr. was Henry's brother. Henry was listed in the following US Federal Census: 1820, Franklin County, Illinois; 1830 White County, Illinois; 1840, DeKalb County, Alabama. The 1820 Census of Franklin County lists an older man in the household of Henry over 45 years of age, i.e., born before 1775; this might be a clue as to the final residence of Valentine Cagle, Sr., Henry's father who disappeared from records of Tennessee after appearing in the 1812 and 1815 Tax Lists of Warren County, Tennessee.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Franklin County, Tennessee Census 2: 1830, White County, Illinois Census 3: 1840, DeKalb County, Alabama

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Census 4: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama Tax List 1: 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1834, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 3: 1835, Hardin County, Tennessee More About MARGARET UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama More About ELIZABETH HILL: Aka (Facts Pg): "Betsy" Marriage Notes for HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH HILL: Information from David Cagle, Hardin County, Tennessee states that they were married April 3, 1828.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and MARGARET UNKNOWN are:

266. 267. 268. i. ii. iii. iv. JAMES5 CAGLE, b. 1814, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1861-1906. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1815, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1861-1907. CHARLES B. CAGLE, b. January 04, 1817, Tennessee; d. October 22, 1868, Winston County, Alabama. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1825, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1826-1919. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama with mother, Margaret Cagle.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH HILL are:

v. vi. vii. viii. MARGARET5 CAGLE, b. 1831, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1832-1925. HENRY CAGLE, JR, b. 1832, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1833-1922. MARY CAGLE, b. 1834, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1835-1928. PLEASANT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1842, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. S USANNAH CAGLE, January 31, 1861, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

81. ANNA4 CAGLE (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 1794 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1829 in Hall County, Georgia at the age of 35 years.. She married (1) LITTLE INGRAM 1813 in Franklin County, Georgia, son of JOHN INGRAM and RUTH WHITE. He was born January 1788 in Union County, South Carolina, and died October 1866 in Hall County, Georgia. She married (2) WILLIAM C. CAGLE February 20, 1819 in North Carolina. He was born 1797 in Habersham County, Georgia, and died April 17, 1881 in Hall County, Georgia. Notes for ANNA CAGLE: Baptized January 28, 1798. Parents are recorded as Velti Cagle & wife Caterine. This was in the minutes of the St. John's Lutheran Church, which was located in the Dutch Buffalo Creek area of Cabarrus County. This latter account might be more nearly correct, since the Bear Creek Church, according to most authorities, was not founded until 1806. More About ANNA CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Polly" Baptism: January 28, 1798 Notes for WILLIAM C. CAGLE: William served in the 93rd Battalion of the Hall County, Georgia Dragoons, in 1836. The unit was commanded by Major Barber. This line also being researched by JILL PLESS" <[email protected]>

More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE: Burial: April 17, 1881, Timber Ridge Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia Children of ANNA CAGLE and LITTLE INGRAM are:

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REBECCA5 INGRAM, b. March 14, 1814, Union County, Georgia; d. April 19, 1888, DeKalb County, Alabama. ISAAC INGRAM, b. February 17, 1816, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1855, Union County, Georgia at the age of 39 years.; m. SARAH HAINES, 1834, Hall County, Georgia; b. Bet. 1815 - 1816, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1839-1911. More About ISAAC INGRAM: Alternate Birth: February 17, 1816, Union County, Georgia Cause of Death: Food poisoning from milk Medical Information: Isaac died from food poisoning while serving on a jury along with five other people.

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ELIZABETH INGRAM, b. 1818, Union County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1845-1912, Union County, Georgia; m. ALFRED WEST, October 20, 1839, Hall County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1815, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1844-1907. SARAH INGRAM, b. 1820, Union County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1834-1914, Union County, Georgia; m. THOMAS COLLINS, JR., 1839; b. November 1818, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 18371909. TILLMAN INGRAM, b. 1822, Georgia; d. November 22, 1863, Trinity County, Texas at the age of 41 years; m. M ARTHA HARKINS, WFT Est. 1839-1859, Carroll County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1818-1837; d. WFT Est. 1839-1921. NANCY INGRAM, b. 1823, Union County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1864-1918; m. A RTHUR ENGLAND, April 15, 1860, Union County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1807-1840; d. WFT Est. 1865-1924. MARY JANE INGRAM, b. February 14, 1826, Union County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1863-1921, Fannin County, Georgia; m. HENRY DAY, April 03, 1858, Union County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1808-1838; d. WFT Est. 1863-1923, Fannin County, Georgia. ELIZA LOUISA INGRAM, b. March 05, 1827, Union County, Georgia; d. March 02, 1907, Union County, Georgia at the age of 79 years.; m. JAMES MARION DYER, 1846, Union County, Georgia; b. October 12, 1823, South Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1915. More About ELIZA LOUISA INGRAM: Burial: March 04, 1907, Choestoe Baptist Church Cemetery, Union County, Georgia

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MALINDA INGRAM, b. March 22, 1829, Union County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1843-1923, Union County, Georgia; m. ANDREW TOWNSEND, WFT Est. 1843-1876; b. WFT Est. 1812-1832; d. WFT Est. 1846-1918.

Child of ANNA CAGLE and WILLIAM CAGLE is:

x. ADLER C.5 CAGLE, b. March 07, 1832; d. January 20, 1899; m. MARY ANN CARTER, August 26, 1853; b. February 13, 1831; d. January 30, 1908.

82. JOHN ADAM4 CAGLE (VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 17, 1798 in South Carolina, and died 1880 in Winston County, Alabama at the age of 66 years.. He married SARAH ANN LOVETT September 24, 1820 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born May 12, 1802 in Georgia, and died 1863 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for JOHN ADAM CAGLE: Baptized along with his sister, Anna Mary on January 28, 1798 at the Dutch Buffalo Creek, St. John's Lutheran Church in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Sponsors were Andrew Stauch and wife Elizabeth. John was listed in the US Federal Census for Warren County, Tennessee in 1810 and 1820, Marion County, Tennessee bordering on Jackson County, Alabama in 1830, Walker County, Alabama in 1840 and Winston County, Alabama in 18501860. After his father's death he moved to Marion County, Alabama.

More About JOHN ADAM CAGLE: Alternate Birth: January 17, 1797 Baptism: January 28, 1798, Dutch Buffalo Creek, St. John's Lutheran Church, Cabarrus County, North Carolina Census 1: 1810, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1830, Marion County, Tennessee Census 4: 1840, Walker County, Alabama Census 5: 1850, Winston County, Alabama with Sarah and 9 children.

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Census 6: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with Sarah and 4 children. Children of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH LOVETT are:

i. MATILDA5 CAGLE, b. June 26, 1821, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1882, Winston County, Alabama. More About MATILDA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama with her sister, Emaline, both spinsters.. ii. CAROLINE CAGLE, b. December 09, 1822, Warren County, Tennessee; d. May 24, 1827, Warren County, Tennessee at 4 years of age.. More About CAROLINE CAGLE: Burial: May 24, 1827, Warren County, Tennessee 270. iii. iv. 271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 277. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE, b. December 18, 1824, Georgia; d. September 09, 1863, Haileyville, Marion County, Alabama at 38 years of age.. ELLENZA CAGLE, b. November 18, 1826, Warren County, Tennessee; d. May 03, 1827, Warren County, Tennessee at less than 1 year of age.. HIRAM HARMAN CAGLE, b. March 25, 1828, Warren County, Tennessee; d. July 19, 1896, Winston County, Alabama. EMALINE CAGLE, b. September 15, 1830, Marion County, Tennessee; d. 1912, Winston County, Alabama. ISHAM CAGLE, b. October 01, 1832, Warren County, Tennessee; d. January 13, 1906, Walker County, Alabama. ALBERT S. CAGLE, b. June 15, 1835, Winston County, Alabama; d. August 18, 1907, Alabama. ALOYSIUS CAGLE, b. March 15, 1837, Winston County, Alabama; d. September 22, 1875. ENOCH CAGLE, b. September 09, 1840, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 03, 1864, Winston County, Alabama. EPHRAIM N. CAGLE, b. September 24, 1844, Winston County, Alabama; d. September 28, 1911, Winston County, Alabama. SARAH ANN MANERVA CAGLE, b. January 07, 1846, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 03, 1863, Winston County, Alabama. More About SARAH ANN MANERVA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama

83. GEORGE4 CAGLE (HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1780 in Mechlenburg, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1840 in New Madrid County, Missouri. He married NANCY ELIZABETH FREEMAN WFT Est. 1820-1837, daughter of GIDEON FREEMAN and DEBORAH POLK. She was born 1806 in Mecklenburg-Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1843-1901. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: Moved to Hardin County, Tennessee in the 1820's. George and family moved from Hardin County, Tennessee to New Madrid County, Missouri in 1838. George was killed by a falling tree while clearing land ca 1839. Elizabeth and her children were enumerated in the 1840 census of New Madrid County, however, moved back to Hardin County, Tennessee before her youngest child was born November 18, 1840. George, son of Henry Cagle, Sr., followed his brother, Charles, to Hardin County, Tennessee in 1826. On May 31st of that year, George entered 100 acres of land in Range 14, Section 1. Entry No. 1631, Certificate No's 2,991; 2,992; 2,993; and 2,994 for 25 acres each. This property was located on the waters of Raines Creek, (Indian), and was surveyed on December 31st 1826. The chain carriers were Gideon and W. C. Freeman who were probably relatives of George's wife, Elizabeth Freeman Cagle. George's 100 acre tract included the land on which lives the families of Robert McCasland, and Terry Cagle in 1987. By modern description, the land would be bounded in general as follows: On the west by Highway No. 128; on the east by Indian Creek; on the north by the old fence row south of Ronnie Cagle's house; and on the south by Burnace Cagle's north pasture fence. George sold the 100 acre tract which he had purchased in 1826 to Jesse Smith in 1834. In 1837 George obtained 54 1/4 acres by the occupant law. This land was located on the waters of Swift (Horse) Creek in Range 14,

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section 4 adjacent to Henry Cagle, Sr.'s land. This land today belongs primarily to John H. and Simon White and Dr. H. L. Boyd. George was married to Elizabeth Freeman the daughter of Gedion and Deborah Polk Freeman. They had 6 children that I can name: John S. born 1827; Charles born 1829; Rhoda born 1830 Nancy C. born 1834 Polly born 1838; Deborah T. E. born November 18, 1840. George was enumerated in the 1830 census for Hardin County, Tennessee with his brother Henry Cagle, Jr. George also appears in the Hardin County tax lists for 1833 and 1836. His last appearance in the records of the county is an entry of the 51 1/4 acres, mentioned above, in the survey book dated July 6, 1937. Some time after this date, probably in April of 1838, George, brother Henry and most of their families moved to New Madrid County Missouri. Henry and George's widow, Elizabeth, are enumerated in the 1840 census for that county. Based on the birth date of George and Elizabeth's youngest child, I have estimated that George died in the springsummer of 1840 in New Madrid County. Elizabeth did not remain in Missouri after the death of her husband. Before Deborah Tabitha Elizabeth, her youngest daughter, was born on November 18, 1840, she had moved her family back to Hardin County. Not being able to maintain her large family, as was common practice in those days, Elizabeth allowed the court to place her two minor sons in foster homes to learn a trade. From the court records: Book C 1834-1843 (7 June 1841) Page 401, John S. Cagle an orphan boy about 14 years old, bound to Edward G. Dinkins to learn the farmer's trade until age 21. Page 403, Charles Cagle, an orphan boy, bound out to Thomas Gray until age 21. Apparently the indenture business didn't always work as well as it was supposed to, as shown by an entry in Minute Book C the following year: 4 July 1842, Page 476, Edward G. Dinkins released from further liability on his indenture bond for John T. (S) Cagle, an orphan, that was bound to him has since left. I have no knowledge of what became of John S. and Charles Cagle. Perhaps new information on them will come to light when more census information becomes available. (January 4, 2002) Since I wrote the subject article I have learned that John and Charles ran away from home to work on steamboats on the Tennessee River. Both became pilots. John was killed by a boiler explosion and the trauma caused Charles to quit that business and move to Texas {David Cagle} Elizabeth and the rest of her family continued to live on their 54 1/4 acre farm on Sawmill Branch located about one mile east of where the branch is crossed by Tennessee Highway 128 in 1987, until ca the 1920's. They were shown in the 1850 census as follows: 1850 Census, Hardin County Tennessee ELIZABETH CAGLE 44 NC CAROLINE 20 TN NANCY C. 16 TN POLLY 12 TN DEBORAH 09 TN Elizabeth and daughter, Nancy C., were very early members of the Harmony Cumberland Presbyterian Church

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established in 1852. They were among the group which split from the church to form Union Valley Church in October of 1861. This new church was a short walk from where Elizabeth lived. George and Elizabeth's oldest daughter, Rhoda, born ca 1830, was married to Elijah Green. One of Elijah and Rhoda's granddaughters was Mrs. Sula Majors who resided in the Cerro Gordo community until her death in 1986. The second daughter, Nancy C., was born ca 1834. She never married and death date and place of burial is not known. She, as well as her mother, were probably buried at Morris Cemetery which was located adjacent to Union Valley Church. Third was Polly, born August 4, 1838, died December 31, 1928, buried at Mt. Herman Cemetery. Polly was married first to William H. Polk from which marriage came two daughters: Tennessee P. born October 25, and died March 20, 19360 who was married to Alexander Bain, and Bettie born November 22, 1861, and died April 25, 1947 and was married to John H. Morris. The marriage of William and Polly was cut short by the Civil War. William was killed by guerillas who were trying to get money from him. The practice was to put a rope around the neck, pull the rope over a tree limb until the victim's toes barely touched the ground. This was done until the victim told where his money was hidden or until he choked to death. Apparently, William didn't have any money. He was buried at the old Bain Cemetery which was relocated to Mt. Herman Cemetery a few years ago. His sand rock headstone reads: Wm POKE. After William's death, Polly married a second time to William R. McMahan, the Great Grandfather of J. R. Stricklin, etal. The fourth and youngest daughter of George and Elizabeth Freeman Cagle was Deborah Tabatha Elizabeth, born November 18, 1840, died April 29, 1922, and was buried at Harmony Cemetery. She was married to William H. Tidwell ca 1859-60. To this marriage was born a son, William born March 16, 1861, died June 3, 1898. The elder William H. Tidwell may have been killed during the Civil War. In 1870 Deborah and son William were enumerated in the household of Elizabeth Cagle. On the 7th day of December 1874, Deborah was married for the second time to her first cousin, John Cagle, a widower who's first wife, Eliza Catherine Polk had died of smallpox on January 8, 1873. John and Debbie had two children: Tabitha Elizabeth "Bettie", born June 13, 1875, died May 13, 1954 and John Lewis, born 1877, died 1958, both are buried in Harmony Cemetery. Bettie was married several times: 1. ______ Pool; 2. Granville Whitlow; 3. Dock Copeland; 4. William Tidwell. Bettie had no children. John Lewis Cagle, the second child of John and Debbie, was married first to Caldonia Reynolds Tidwell, born August 6, 1878, died September 22, 1911. She was the widow of Lewis' elder half brother William Tidwell. Lewis' second wife was Lizzie Baxter, born 1890, died 1978. Lewis and Lizzie had three children: Louise, Lois, and Lowell. David Cagle Hardin Co., TN

More About GEORGE CAGLE: Cause of Death: Caused by a falling tree in 1839 Census: 1830, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 1: 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1836, Hardin County, Tennessee Children of GEORGE CAGLE and NANCY FREEMAN are:

i. JOHN S.5 CAGLE, b. 1827, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1828-1917.

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Notes for JOHN S. CAGLE: John's mother moved back to Hardin County Tennessee following the New Madrid, Missouri census of 1840, as a result of her husbands death caused by a falling tree in 1839 in New Madrid. In Hardin County on June 7, 1841, brothers John S. Cagle, born 1827 and Charles Cagle, born after 1830, were indentured to Edward G. Dinkins and Thomas Gray respectively. Dinkins was released from his bond on July 4, 1842 when John Cagle ran away in 1842. John is "Rumored to have been killed in a boiler accident aboard a steamboat on either, the Tennessee or Mississippi Rivers". A Karen Orr, direct descendent of Charles Cagle, brother of John, has confirmed this rumor with the following posting: "Lee, you may not have known that the John in your database who was killed in a boiler accident on a steamboat was a licensed Steamboat Pilot, on his own boat." She continues, "This is the story. Charles Cagle ran away from Tennessee when he was 12 years old. He and his older brother, John, became Steamboat Pilots. My grandfather's eyes sparkled when he talked about his grandfather, the Steamboat Pilot. He would say, Ohh, they loved steamboatin. We asked him, if they loved steamboatin, why did they quit? A cloud fell over his continence. Charles Cagle quit steamboatin because a bad accident killed his brother, John. They were very close. Charles had stayed on shore that night. The reason is not known. When Charles went to the dock the next morning, there was no boat. There was no John. There were no remains of John or the boat. There is probably no grave site or death certificate. Only stories. John may have been married with children. This is unknown."

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CAROLINE RHODA CAGLE, b. 1829, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1843-1923; m. E LIJAH GREEN, WFT Est. 1843-1876; b. WFT Est. 1812-1932; d. WFT Est. 1846-1918. CHARLES CAGLE, b. July 12, 1830, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. April 16, 1908, Dallas, Texas; m. VIRGINIA REGINA ELLETTE, April 14, 1858, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana; b. June 19, 1841, Goochland County, Virginia; d. August 30, 1881, Dallas County, Texas. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: After their fathers death caused by a falling tree in 1839 and following the 1840 Census of New Madrid County, Missouri, Charles' mother moved back to Hardin County, Missouri. In Hardin County, Tennessee on the of June 7, 1841, brothers John S. Cagle, born 1827 and Charles Cagle, born after 1830, were indentured to Edward G. Dinkins and Thomas Gray, respectively. Dinkins was released from his bond on the July 4, 1842 when John ran away. They do not appear again in Hardin County, Tennessee records. Charles is reputed to have moved to Texas and John was killed in a boiler explosion aboard a steamboat on either the Tennessee or Mississippi River. The following information is from Karen Orr, a direct descendent of Charles. "This is the story: Charles Cagle ran away from Tennessee when he was 12 years old. He and his older brother, John, became Steamboat Pilots. My grandfather's eyes sparkled when he talked about his grandfather, the Steamboat Pilot. He would say "Oh, they loved steamboatin'". We asked him, if they loved steamboatin', why did they quit? A cloud fell over his continence, "Charles Cagle quit steamboatin' because a bad accident killed his brother, John". They were very close. Charles had stayed on shore that night. The reason is not known. When Charles went bo the dock the next morning, there was no boat. There was no John. "There were no remains of John or the boat". There is probably no grave site or death certificate. Only stories. John may have been married with children. Unknown. Charles left the river. He may have gone to Arkansas first to hunt and fish in Lawrence County. He enlisted in the war in 1861 at Camp Barton in Dallas, Texas. Later, he became the first Caretaker of Bachman's Dam, which was the water supply for all of Dallas. He had a house, a barn, and a summer house there by the dam. He and his wife, Victoria Regina Ellette of Virginia had 8 children. Most of them died as children and are buried at the Greenwood Cemetery in Dallas. The oldest of these children was George Wellington Cagle. There is a second George Cagle buried in a separate plot. His second oldest son was named John. Charles died in 1908." Charles applied for a pension in Texas indicating he lived in Lawrence County, Arkansas in 1852, he was listed on the 1860 census in Hunt County, Texas. Charles applied for a Confederate Pension on June 26, 1899 in Dallas, wherein he states he has resided in Dallas since the winter of 1861.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Burial: April 18, 1908, Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas Census: 1860, Hunt County, Texas Military Discharge: January 16, 1862, Honorable Disability Discharge, Camp Mulberry, Arkansas Military service: September 10, 1861, Enlisted Camp Barton, Dallas County, Texas More About VIRGINIA REGINA ELLETTE: Burial: September 03, 1881, Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas iv. NANCY CAROLINE CAGLE, b. 1834, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1835-1928.

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MARY L. CAGLE, b. August 04, 1838, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. December 31, 1928, Hardin County, Tennessee. DEBORAH TABITHA ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. November 18, 1840, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. April 29, 1922, Hardin County, Tennessee.

84. HENRY4 CAGLE, JR (HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1780 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Bef. June 1857 in New Madrid County, Missouri. He married (1) UNKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1812 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1792 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1836-1887. He married (2) REBECCA UNKNOWN Aft. 1840 in Hardin County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1792 in North Carolina, and died Bef. February 21, 1857 in New Madrid County, Missouri. Notes for HENRY CAGLE, JR: Moved to Hardin County, Tennessee in the 1828's. Then to New Madrid County, Missouri in 1838. Moore County, North Carolina land grants on improvements to properties: 1795-100 acres on north side of Bear Creek at head of Schoolhouse Branch; 1797-25 acres on south side of Bear Creek at Haw Branch; 1798-50 acres on Bear Creek; 1802-25 acres north of Bear Creek; 1821-24 acres on south side of north prong of Bear Creek. Moved to Hardin County, Tennessee in the 1820's. Then to New Madrid County, Missouri in 1838. More About HENRY CAGLE, JR: Census 1: 1830, Hardin County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri Tax List: 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee Notes for REBECCA UNKNOWN: Rebecca remarried after the death of Henry Cagle, Jr. 1780-1857.

More About REBECCA UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri w/husband and 2 children Children of HENRY CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

280. i. ii. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. January 01, 1813, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. January 09, 1879, Hardin County, Tennessee. EDNA DEBORAH CAGLE, b. August 15, 1821, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. 1872, Hardin County, Tennessee; m. (1) UNKNOWN SMITH; d. Unknown; m. (2) GEORGE WASHINGTON SMITH, 1838, Hardin County, Tennessee; b. October 27, 1815, North Carolina; d. 1872, Hardin County, Tennessee. More About EDNA DEBORAH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Debby" Burial: 1872, Smith Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee More About GEORGE WASHINGTON SMITH: Burial: 1872, Smith Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee 281. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. GEORGE H. CAGLE, b. 1824, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1880, Fannin County, Texas. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1830, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1842-1922; m. U NKNOWN HULING, WFT Est. 1842-1875; b. WFT Est. 1811-1831; d. WFT Est. 1845-1917. ELIZA CAGLE, b. 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1834-1927. JASPER CAGLE, b. 1834, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1835-1924. SUSAN CAGLE, b. Bet. 1835 - 1840, Harden County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and REBECCA UNKNOWN are:

viii. MORROW5 CAGLE, b. 1845, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1846-1935. More About MORROW CAGLE:

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Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri with parents at age 5 years. ix. ADAM CAGLE, b. 1845, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1846-1935. More About ADAM CAGLE: Census: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri with parents at age 5 years.

85. DAVID4 CAGLE (HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Bef. 1790 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1845. He married BETTY STOGNER March 08, 1806 in Cabarrus/Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1786 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1833-1881. Marriage Notes for DAVID CAGLE and BETTY STOGNER: Bondsman George Stogner, Record # 01-034, Bond #000007288, Witness: John Simianer in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

Children of DAVID CAGLE and BETTY STOGNER are:

282. 283. 284. 285. 286. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. GEORGE5 CAGLE, b. 1808, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1905, Morgan County, Alabama. DAVID CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1810, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1845. MICHAEL CAGLE, b. 1813, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1855, Alabama. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1814, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1815-1904. LINDSAY CAGLE, b. 1822, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1876-1914. WILLIAM RILEY CAGLE, b. 1831, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1900, Alabama.

86. CHARLES B.4 CAGLE (HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1799 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Winston County, Alabama. He married (1) MARTHA JOHNSON 1820 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was born 1803 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1847 in Hancock County, Alabama. He married (2) LEANAH CAGLE Abt. 1847 in Hancock County, Alabama, daughter of VALENTINE CAGLE and MARTHA JOHNSON. She was born October 13, 1813 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died 1890 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for CHARLES B. CAGLE: Charles moved from North Carolina to Warren County, Tennessee in the 1820's, then to Winston County, Alabama in the 1830's. His first wife, mother of sons, John T. born 1821, Lloyd H. born 1823, James Riley born 1824, Jeremiah born 1828, George W. born 1835 and Silas born 1838, died 1840's. Charles then married Leannah Cagle, daughter of Valentine Cagle, Jr. born 1766 who also moved to the Winston County, Alabama area in the 1830's. Charles is noted on the 1850 US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama with second wife Leannah Cagle along with three of their children, Talitha, Lavita and Charles. None of the children of his previous marriage are in the household for this census.

More About CHARLES B. CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1790 Burial: Unknown, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1810, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Census 4: 1840, Walker County, Alabama Census 5: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama w/Leanah and 4 children Census 6: 1860, Marion County, Alabama w/Leanah and 3 children More About MARTHA JOHNSON: Burial: Unknown, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Notes for LEANAH CAGLE: In the 1840's she married her cousin Charles Cagle. Leanah is living with Charley, her youngest son for the 1880

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US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama. She is listed as "Annie". More About LEANAH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Annie" Burial: 1890, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama w/husband and 4 children Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama w/Charles Census 3: 1880, Marion County, Alabama w/Son Charley and wife. Children of CHARLES CAGLE and MARTHA JOHNSON are:

287. 288. 289. 290. 291. 292. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. MARY MARGARET5 CAGLE, b. 1818, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1870 - 1880, Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas. JOHN T. ZOLLICOFFER CAGLE, b. January 06, 1818, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 26, 1886, Rabbittown, Winston County, Alabama. LLOYD HIRAM CAGLE, b. 1823, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. November 26, 1894, Winston County, Alabama. JAMES RILEY CAGLE, b. December 1824, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. 1904, Winston County, Alabama. JEREMIAH CAGLE, b. 1829, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Bet. 1861 - 1865, The Civil War. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. February 23, 1835, Warren County, Tennessee; d. February 16, 1922, Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 86.. SILAS CAGLE, b. 1838, Hancock County, Alabama; d. 1850, Winston County, Alabama. More About SILAS CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama viii. ix. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1840, Winston County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1841-1934. RHODIE CAGLE, b. 1842, Winston County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1843-1936.

Children of CHARLES CAGLE and LEANAH CAGLE are:

x. TALITHA5 CAGLE, b. 1848, Marion County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1860-1942. More About TALITHA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 2 years Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with parents at age 12 years. xi. ANDREW CAGLE, b. 1849, Winston County, Alabama; d. Bef. 1860, Winston County, Alabama. Notes for ANDREW CAGLE: Andrew is not listed on the 1860 US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama with the rest of the family? It appears he died before the 1860 census.

More About ANDREW CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama 293. 294. xii. xiii. LAVINA CAGLE, b. June 1852, Illinois; d. 1936, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. CHARLES CAGLE, JR., b. November 1856, Illinois; d. August 1914, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama.

87. WILLIAM C.4 CAGLE, JR. (WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married SARAH UNKNOWN Abt. 1802 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1790 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1839-1885 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Notes for WILLIAM C. CAGLE, JR.: William died sometime between the 1840 and 1850 US Federal census of Sevier County, Tennessee. Sarah was listed as head or household with her two youngest children Rebecca, age 16 and Melinda, age 15.

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More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1830, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee Notes for SARAH UNKNOWN: Sarah was listed in the 1850 Census of Sevier County with her two daughters, Rebeccah and Melinda at ages 16 and 15 respectively. She continued to pay taxes until 1872 in Sevier County, Tennessee.

More About SARAH UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee, widow. Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

295. 296. i. ii. iii. iv. v. WILLIAM C.5 CAGLE III, b. Abt. 1802, Moore County, North Carolina; d. October 1863, Civil War, Meridian, Mississippi. ALLEN CAGLE, b. 1814, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1905. MARY CAGLE, b. 1819, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1833-1913; m. T HOMAS MAINES, WFT Est. 1833-1866, Sevier County, Tennessee; b. 1832, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1836-1908. ISHAM A. CAGLE, b. 1821, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1860, Blount County, Tennessee. CELIA CAGLE, b. 1832, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1855-1926; m. J OHN WELLS, 1849, Sevier County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1804-1832; d. WFT Est. 1854-1919. Notes for CELIA CAGLE: Celia and husband were living next door to her mother and father in the 1850 Census of Sevier County, Tennessee.

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REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1834, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1863-1928; m. J OHN LATHAM, December 09, 1858, Sevier County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1811-1838; d. WFT Est. 1863-1924. More About REBECCA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mother at age 16 years.

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MELINDA CAGLE, b. July 31, 1836, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. February 25, 1903, Sevier County, Tennessee.

88. HENRY4 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1788 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Hamilton County, Illinois. He married ELIZABETH HILL April 03, 1828 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born 1805 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1848-1900. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee More About ELIZABETH HILL: Aka (Facts Pg): "Betsy" Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH HILL are:

299. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. JACOB5 CAGLE, d. Unknown. MARGARET CAGLE, b. Abt. 1830, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. DANIEL BLEDSOE, September 17, 1851, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. HENRY CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1832, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. E LVIRA UNKNOWN, November 02, 1856, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARY E. CAGLE, b. 1834, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. J . B. SUTTON, November 16, 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1838, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1839-1932. PLEASANT CAGLE, b. 1842, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1867-1933; m. S USANNAH CAGLE, January 31, 1861, Monroe County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1824-1848; d. WFT Est. 1866-1937.

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Notes for PLEASANT CAGLE: Pleasant appears in the 1870 US Federal Census for Williamson County, Illinois. He also, shows up serving in three different Cavalry units from Tennessee, having been born in McMinn County, Tennessee. He enlisted March 1, 1862 and was captured July 4, 1863 with a remark "Gone Union". vii. viii. ix. CECELIA CAGLE, b. 1843, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937; m. J AMES HENRY CAGLE, February 21, 1862, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ABBY CAGLE, b. 1845, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1846-1939. JAMES HENRY CAGLE, b. 1846, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1847-1936; m. E LIZABETH UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1847, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

89. MARY CELIA4 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1800 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Unknown in Blount County, Tennessee. She married JESSE ROGERS, JR. July 29, 1820 in Blount County, Tennessee, son of JESSE ROGERS. He was born 1790 in Tennessee, and died March 31, 1855 in Blount County, Tennessee. More About MARY CELIA CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee More About JESSE ROGERS, JR.: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Children of MARY CAGLE and JESSE ROGERS are:

300. 301. 302. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ESTHER5 ROGERS, b. Blount County, Tennessee; d. December 30, 1889. NELSON R. ROGERS, b. Blount County, Tennessee; d. November 07, 1882, Tennessee. ELIZABETH ROGERS, b. May 28, 1821, Blount County, Tennessee; d. April 24, 1894, Tennessee. ASA ROGERS, b. Abt. 1823, Blount County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. TELITHA ROGERS, b. 1827, Blount County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. ADAM GARNER, May 31, 1855; b. Abt. 1825; d. Unknown.

90. JOHN N.4 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1802 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Monroe County, Tennessee. He married P HERIBY ROGERS February 22, 1827 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born 1803 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Monroe County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN N. CAGLE: John and Phereby appear on the 1850 US Federal Census of Monroe County, Tennessee, District #14, Line 1033 along with children. Elijah born November 1841 is not included among the children listed on this census.

More About JOHN N. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with wife and 8 children. More About PHERIBY ROGERS: Alternate Name: Phereby Rogers Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with husband, John Cagle. Children of JOHN CAGLE and PHERIBY ROGERS are:

303. i. ii. MARTIN C.5 CAGLE, b. March 15, 1828, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. September 18, 1893, Monroe County, Tennessee. WILLIS CAGLE, b. 1831, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Bet. 1860 - 1865; m. L UCINDA J. AVENS, April 17, 1849, Monroe County, Tennessee; b. 1833, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1861-1927. Notes for WILLIS CAGLE: Willis and Lucinda appear on the 1850 US Federal Census of Monroe County, Tennessee, District #13, Line 1128. No children were listed at that time. Lucinda applies to Monroe County Court for widows support, page 62-501.

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JOHN N. CAGLE, JR., b. 1834, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1865-1925. LOTT ROGERS CAGLE, b. 1835, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1923, Tyler, Smith County, Texas. FLORA ANN CAGLE, b. 1837, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1851-1931. SHADRICK CAGLE, b. 1838, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1928, Oklahoma. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1840, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934. More About MARTHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 10 years.

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91. GEORGE4 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Randolph County, Tennessee, and died June 03, 1883 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He married (1) M ARY POLLY LATHAM August 02, 1829 in Blount County, Tennessee, daughter of CORNELIUS LATHAM and BARBARA UNKNOWN. She was born 1810 in North Carolina, and died January 02, 1881 in Blount County, Tennessee. He married (2) M ARY ANN SING December 20, 1881 in Blount County, Tennessee. She died Unknown. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: Moved to Warren County, Tennessee. Then to Sevier County where he lived until his death. George was a "Smither" by occupation. He and his family lived on the county line with Blount County. Both, George and Mary are buried at Ellenjoy Cemetery on the border of Blount County, since this is the nearest cemetery for miles. George had a son in the 10-15 year age group in the 1840 US Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee. By 1850, this son is no longer listed. He was either missed by the census taker or had died or was in his own household by 1850 and in the 20-30 age group.

More About GEORGE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mary and 9 children. Census 3: 1860, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 4: 1870, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 5: 1880, Sevier County, Tennessee Occupation: Blacksmith More About MARY POLLY LATHAM: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with husband and 6 children. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with husband and 5 children. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MARY LATHAM are:

i. SON5 CAGLE, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1840-1937, Sevier County, Tennessee. More About SON CAGLE: Census: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 10-15 years. 310. ii. iii. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. February 13, 1830, Warren County, Rennessee; d. June 17, 1894, Sevier County, Tennessee. CECILIA CAGLE, b. 1832, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1926.

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More About CECILIA CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 5-10 years. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 18 years. iv. MARY CAGLE, b. 1834, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1928; m. J OSIAH REAGAN; d. Unknown. More About MARY CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 5-10 years. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 16 years. v. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1836, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1926. More About JAMES CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 0-5 years. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 14 years. 311. 312. vi. vii. viii. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. 1838, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1928. JESSE CAGLE, b. December 07, 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1913, Blount County, Tennessee. ELIJAH CAGLE, b. 1843, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1893-1935; m. (1) MARY BOLING, Abt. 1870, Sevier County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1847, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. (2) S USAN CATHERINE SHARP, 1889, Montgomery County, Tennessee; b. 1854, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1895-1960. More About ELIJAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years. ix. JOHN W. CAGLE, b. May 1846, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1935; m. A MANDA BAILEY; d. Unknown. More About JOHN W. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 years. x. MATTHEW CAGLE, b. 1848, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1938. Notes for MATTHEW CAGLE: Taken from the MOORE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY NEWSLETTER located at the Lee County Library in Sanford, North Carolina. (copied just as printed). NEWS ITEM FROM THE CARTHAGE BLADE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1889 MOORE COUNTY COURT HOUSE BURNED The Fire Thought to be of Incendiary Origin, Estimated Loss $15,000 All the records in the Register's and Supt. Instructions' offices and about half of those in the Clerks's office were wiped out of existence. At 4 o'clock A.M. last Thursday the usually quiet town of Carthage was thrown into wild excitement by being awakened from its slumbers by the ringing of bells and the loud cries of FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!! Every household was in a stir in a jiffy, and in a very few seconds men, women and children could be seen rapidly hastening toward the point from which the alarm came. The fire proved to be at the Court House. We were among the first to arrive on the scene, and found the Register's office a solid sheet of flames from back to front. There being no fire department and the fire already having such headway, everyone seemed appalled and knew not what to do. Finally some thought of the Clerk's office and passed the word that good work could be done there. A rush was made for that office and the crowd worked manfully and succeeded in saving many valuable records, but they had to work rapidly, as the angry flames soon reached that door. The loss from this office was about 500 judgment rolls, all probate papers, most of the old court minutes and dockets, all guardian books and bonds, all administrator's bond books, all Supreme Court reports and Acts of the Legislature. All ! other books and papers are saved. Every paper and book in the Register's office, including the 1889 tax books (which had not yet been quite finished) was lost. So was everything in the County Superintendent's office also lost. As there was little in

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the Sheriff's office, there was nothing lost. After the fire had spent its fury, we found MR. MATHEW CAGLE, an ""upper end"" farmer, who was camping on the public square about 50 or 75 yards distant from the Court House and who gave the alarm, upon inquiry as to the origin of the fire, we elicited the following information from him. He said, "About 2 hours before the fire broke out I noticed a light about as large as that of a candle in the Register of Deed's office. I thought nothing of the circumstance, and again went to sleep. The next thing I heard, my son called me and said the Court House was on fire. I hurriedly ran up there and into the building and noticed that the fire was issuing from the Register's office door. I pushed the door, which was slightly ajar, open and saw a large pile of books burning very rapidly as if saturated with oil or spirits of turpentine. I ran to the public well to get water, and believe I could have stopped the fire with a few buckets of water, but found the ropes cut and the buckets in the well. I then gave the alarm. Before the fire broke out I heard someone walking in the Register's office." Two or three other men who got there just after MR. CAGLE substantiate what he says. Therefore, we have no doubt that the fire was the work of an incendiary. And it was evidently someone who wanted to be rid of some paper that was on record against him. The fact that the well rope was cut in the strongest circumstance of incendiarism. The Court House was almost new, having been put in thorough repair and enlarged about two years ago. The building was worth about $15,000, $5,500 of which is yet to be paid. The loss is a heavy blow to the county and no end of litigation will result from it. The above was copied at the Moore County Library on November 6, 1986 by James Vann Comer. On November 25, 1986 there appeared in the Southern Pines Pilot in the Carthage section edited by Woodrow Wilhoit a similar article about the same event--the fire of 1889. Mr. Wilhoit had recently read an article written in 1922 by Mr. Jacob Fulton Cole in which he recalled the night vividly. He too had been sleeping nearby, in the back room of the little drug store on the circle, and was one of those who helped MR. CAGLE save papers out of the Clerks's office. He too told about the cut ropes of the well that prevented any water being used to quench the fire. He also mentioned the reason MR. CAGLE was there on the grounds-the farmer had brought a load of hay to town and needed to stay with it till delivered the next morning. This news article by Mr. Cole can be seen in the issue of the Moore County News of July 27, 1922. Two other men named as helpers were Ralph Tyson and W. H. Branson. Cole remembered A. H. McNeill, who had been Clerk of Court for many years, saying that as a small boy he helped make brick for the old court house for thirty cents a day. Monroe County Court page 65-221 appoints Matthew administrator of estate of Jonathan Hankins.

More About MATTHEW CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. xi. JANE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

92. GEORGE4 CAGLE (CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Bef. 1790, and died WFT Est. 1811-1904. Children of GEORGE CAGLE are:

313. i. ii. ENOCH5 CAGLE, b. 1812, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, Tennessee. MATTHEW CAGLE, b. 1815, Marion County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1889-1948; m. K ESIAH JANE MORGAN, 1849, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1889-1956. More About MATTHEW CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee Census 2: 1870, Monroe County, Tennessee

93. JACOB4 CAGLE (CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1808 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1832-1899. He married RUTH UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1821-1856. She was born WFT Est. 1788-1815, and died WFT Est. 1831-1903. Child of JACOB CAGLE and RUTH UNKNOWN is:

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94. MARY4 COCKMAN (INNA CATARINA3 CAGLE, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1781 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1860 in Wayne County, Tennessee. She married HENRY M. BREWER Abt. 1801 in North Carolina, son of LANIER BREWER and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN. He was born Abt. 1780 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1855 in Wayne County, Tennessee. Children of MARY COCKMAN and HENRY BREWER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. GEORGE W.5 BREWER, b. Abt. 1803, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1852, Wayne County, Tennessee; m. ELIZABETH WILSON, Abt. 1829; b. WFT Est. 1793-1817; d. WFT Est. 1845-1906. ENOCH BREWER, b. Abt. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1900. WILLIAM BREWER, b. Abt. 1810; d. WFT Est. 1811-1900. MARY BREWER, b. Abt. 1811; d. WFT Est. 1811-1905. NANCY BREWER, b. Abt. 1812; d. WFT Est. 1813-1906. ANDREW JACKSON BREWER, b. May 08, 1815; d. WFT Est. 1847-1906, Wayne County, Tennessee; m. JULIA ANN MARKHAM, February 19, 1835, Lawrence County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1817, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1847-1911, Tennessee. ELIZABETH BREWER, b. Abt. 1818; d. WFT Est. 1819-1912. SARAH C. BREWER, b. July 27, 1820; d. WFT Est. 1821-1914. HENRY JEFFERSON BREWER, b. November 14, 1825; d. WFT Est. 1826-1915. More About HENRY JEFFERSON BREWER: Aka (Facts Pg): "Jeff"

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95. SARAH4 COCKMAN (INNA CATARINA3 CAGLE, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1785 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1851 in Wayne County, Tennessee. She married SOLOMON BREWER Abt. 1809 in Moore County, North Carolina, son of LANIER BREWER and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN. He was born Abt. 1786, and died WFT Est. 1824-1882. Children of SARAH COCKMAN and SOLOMON BREWER are:

i. CATHERINE5 BREWER, b. Abt. 1819, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1864-1914; m. L OTT A. DANIEL, Abt. 1836, Wayne County, Tennessee; b. 1816, Burke County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1870, Wayne County, Tennessee. JOSEPH BREWER, b. Abt. 1821, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1842-1911, Oregon County, Missouri; m. ELIZABETH ROBINSON, WFT Est. 1838-1871; b. WFT Est. 1817-1837; d. WFT Est. 18421921.

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96. MARGARET4 COCKMAN (INNA CATARINA3 CAGLE, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1795 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died November 07, 1868 in Wayne County, Tennessee. She married WILEY BREWER Abt. 1813, son of LANIER BREWER and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN. He was born Abt. 1785, and died WFT Est. 1818-1882. Child of MARGARET COCKMAN and WILEY BREWER is:

i. HENRY GEORGE5 BREWER, b. March 01, 1823, Lawrence County, Tennessee; d. August 08, 1884, Wayne County, Tennessee; m. MARY PERMELIA RISNER, Abt. 1846, Tennessee; b. March 10, 1830, Tennessee; d. April 04, 1906, Wayne County, Tennessee.

97. JOSEPH4 COCKMAN, JR. (INNA CATARINA3 CAGLE, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 09, 1796 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1869 in Maury County, Tennessee. He married (1) ELIZABETH GADY WFT Est. 1813-1845. She was born WFT Est. 1792-1812, and died WFT Est. 1813-1896. He married (2) ELIZABETH HILL May 02, 1816 in Pulaski County, Arkansas. She was born January 22, 1797 in South Carolina, and died Bef. 1866 in Pulaski County, Arkansas. Children of JOSEPH COCKMAN and ELIZABETH HILL are:

i. SARAH5 COCKMAN, b. March 08, 1817, Maury County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1894, Butler Creek, Wayne County, Tennessee; m. CARROLL THOMPSON, Abt. 1836, Wayne County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 17911817; d. WFT Est. 1841-1905.

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CHARLOTTE COCKMAN, b. September 01, 1822, Alabama; d. May 04, 1907, Oregon County, Missouri; m. JOHN H. RISNER, 1842, Wayne County, Tennessee; b. September 27, 1819, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. July 09, 1872, Oregon County, Missouri. RACHEL COCKMAN, b. July 18, 1824, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1838-1918; m. U NKNOWN WALLIS, WFT Est. 1838-1871; b. WFT Est. 1807-1827; d. WFT Est. 1841-1913. JOHN A. COCKMAN, b. July 25, 1826, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1843-1916; m. M ARY JANE DANIEL, WFT Est. 1843-1876; b. WFT Est. 1822-1842; d. WFT Est. 1843-1926. ELIZABETH COCKMAN, b. August 30, 1828, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. June 28, 1883, Saline County, Arkansas; m. BERRY WILLIAM DANIEL, March 23, 1849, Butler Creek, Wayne County, Tennessee; b. May 21, 1825, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. August 07, 1883, Arkansas. JANE COCKMAN, b. September 07, 1830; d. WFT Est. 1844-1924; m. J OHN A. CANTRELL, WFT Est. 18441877; b. WFT Est. 1813-1833; d. WFT Est. 1847-1919. THOMAS WASHINGTON COCKMAN, b. August 05, 1832, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18491922; m. MALINDA CANTRELL, WFT Est. 1849-1882; b. WFT Est. 1828-1848; d. WFT Est. 1849-1932. JOSEPH BREWER COCKMAN, b. January 04, 1833; d. WFT Est. 1834-1923. CAROLINE COCKMAN, b. December 27, 1834, Wayne County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1848-1928; m. WILLIAM SPINKS COCKMAN, WFT Est. 1848-1881; b. WFT Est. 1817-1837; d. WFT Est. 1851-1923. EMALINE COCKMAN, b. December 27, 1834; d. WFT Est. 1848-1928; m. D AVID COLE, WFT Est. 18481881; b. WFT Est. 1817-1837; d. WFT Est. 1851-1923.

98. DAVID4 AUMAN (MARY3 CAGLE, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 27, 1800 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died December 06, 1888 in Wapello County, Iowa. He married (1) ZELPHA ROGERS January 20, 1821 in Blount County, Indiana. She was born WFT Est. 1780-1806, and died WFT Est. 1830-1894. He married (2) J OHANNA HUFFMAN March 18, 1850. She was born WFT Est. 1801-1835, and died WFT Est. 1859-1923. More About DAVID AUMAN: Census 1: 1840, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1850, Clay County, Indiana Children of DAVID AUMAN and ZELPHA ROGERS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. ELIJAH5 AUMAN, b. 1820; d. 1875. MARY AUMAN, b. 1821; d. 1902. LEVI AUMAN, b. 1823; d. 1907. DAVID AUMAN, JR., b. 1825; d. 1915. SARAH SALLY AUMAN, b. 1827; d. 1906.

Children of DAVID AUMAN and JOHANNA HUFFMAN are:

vi. vii. viii. ix. ANDREW5 AUMAN, b. 1852; d. 1928. NANCY AUMAN, b. 1853; d. 1947. ELISHA AUMAN, b. 1855; d. 1938. MARTIN AUMAN, b. December 06, 1857, Iowa; d. May 05, 1941, Canada; m. (1) E UERMANINE ELIZA RANES, November 30, 1876; b. WFT Est. 1836-1862; d. WFT Est. 1882-1951; m. (2) E MMALINE MISHLER, July 15, 1886, Cherryvale, Kansas; b. WFT Est. 1849-1875; d. WFT Est. 1908-1963.

99. ELISHA4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1795 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1870 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He married A NNA ELIZABETH HANCOCK February 15, 1821 in Randolph County, North Carolina, daughter of JOHN HANCOCK and NANCY UNKNOWN. She was born 1799 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died May 04, 1870 in Blount County, Tennessee.

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More About ELISHA CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1830, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 3: 1840, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 4: 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina with Anna and 3 children. Census 5: 1860, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 6: 1870, Randolph County, North Carolina Occupation: 1860, Farmer Marriage Notes for ELISHA CAGLE and ANNA HANCOCK: Bond #000110871, Record #01-296, Bondsman: Samuel Smithern, Witness: Hugh McCain, February 15, 1821, Randolph County, North Carolina.

Children of ELISHA CAGLE and ANNA HANCOCK are:

i. JOEL5 CAGLE, b. 1832, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1923; m. EMMA UNKNOWN, Abt. 1854, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. 1837, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1931. More About JOEL CAGLE: Census: 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina with parents at age 18 years. ii. HENRY CAGLE, b. March 02, 1834, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. August 08, 1904, Carroll County, Virginia; m. SUSANNAH OWENS, August 12, 1854, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. 1833, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. 1909, Carroll County, Virginia. More About HENRY CAGLE: Burial: August 1904, Marion Family Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia Census: 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina with parents at age 16 years. More About SUSANNAH OWENS: Burial: 1909, Marion Family Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia Marriage Notes for HENRY CAGLE and SUSANNAH OWENS: Bond #000110874, Record #01 036, Bondsman: Gilbert Cagle, August 8, 1854, Witness: Wesley Dean, JP, Randolph County, North Carolina, marriage performed by Wesley Dean, JP on August 12, 1854.

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FEREBEE CAGLE, b. 1837, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1931. More About FEREBEE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Randolph County, North Carolina with parents at age 13 years.

100. SARAH4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1799 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1829-1893. She married C ORNELIUS DIFFEE Abt. 1824 in North Carolina, son of JOHN DIFFEE and SARAH UNKNOWN. He was born 1790 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Clark County, Arkansas. Children of SARAH CAGLE and CORNELIUS DIFFEE are:

i. JONATHAN5 DIFFEE, b. December 19, 1825, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. November 13, 1862, Bismark, Hot Springs County, Arkansas; m. MARY ANN SHUFFIELD, 1844, Mississippi; b. October 04, 1827, Kentucky; d. August 03, 1917, Bismark, Hot Springs County, Arkansas. DAUGHTER DIFFEE, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830; d. WFT Est. 1825-1923.

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101. GEORGE HENRY4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1800 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1850. He married S ARAH UNKNOWN Abt. 1833 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1801 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1850-1896. More About GEORGE HENRY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with Sarah and 4 children

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Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

i. ELIZA5 CAGLE, b. 1834, Mechlenberg County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1928. More About ELIZA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with parents ii. ESTHER E. CAGLE, b. February 20, 1838, Mechlenberg County, North Carolina; d. January 12, 1913, Sullivan County, Tennessee; m. JESSE P. CROSS, WFT Est. 1852-1880; b. 1830, Tennessee; d. 1896, Tennessee. More About ESTHER E. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with parents. iii. CARNIS CAGLE, b. 1840; d. Bef. 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee. Notes for CARNIS CAGLE: Carnis was not listed with the family for the 1850 US Federal Census of Hawkins County, Tennessee. iv. TELITHA CUMI CAGLE, b. August 06, 1841, Mechlenberg County, North Carolina; d. January 16, 1938, Carter County, Tennessee; m. PATRICK MCCLANEY, WFT Est. 1855-1888; b. WFT Est. 1824-1844; d. WFT Est. 1859-1930. More About TELITHA CUMI CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with parents v. ISAAC CAGLE, b. June 09, 1845, Hawkins County, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1916, Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee; m. SARA MCGUIRE, July 27, 1873, Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee; b. March 1852; d. WFT Est. 1895-1947. More About ISAAC CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 years. vi. BENJAMIN BALLARD CAGLE, b. 1847, Hawkins County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1882-1938; m. E LIZA MCALISTER, WFT Est. 1873-1905; b. 1861; d. WFT Est. 1883-1955. More About BENJAMIN BALLARD CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hawkins County, Tennessee with parents at age 3 years.

102. JONATHAN4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1803 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1850 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married S ARAH UNKNOWN Abt. 1822 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born 1806 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1901. Notes for JONATHAN CAGLE: Jonathan is listed in the 1830, 1840 and 1850 Census' for Moore County, North Carolina. The 1860 census lists Sarah living alone. More About JONATHAN CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1840, Moore County, North Carolina Census 3: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina Census 4: 1850, Lists a William Sheffield, 12 Deaf and dumb, relation to Jonathan is not given. More About SARAH UNKNOWN: Education: Illiterate Children of JONATHAN CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

315. i. ii. DEMPSEY5 CAGLE, b. 1823, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1883, Moore County, North Carolina. THENIER CAGLE, b. 1825, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1916; m. U NKNOWN UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1838-1873; b. WFT Est. 1806-1832; d. WFT Est. 1851-1919.

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103. WILLIAM4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1866 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married (1) DICEY BOLING February 05, 1826 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, daughter of GARDNER BOLING. She was born 1809 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1884 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married (2) SARAH SIMMONS February 29, 1848 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1824 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1853-1918. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: At the time of Wiliam's death he was buried by his first wife Dicey at Lucas Cemetery, Steeds, Montgomery County, North Carolina. The following are land grants to William In Montgomery County,North Carolina 1830 26 acres on Little River at the mouth of Muddy Branch. Adjoins his own, Thomas Suggs & Elijah Suggs. 1836 100 acres on Little River. Adjoins his own corner, George Cagle and James Maines. 1841 100 acres on S. bank of Suggs Creek near Reedy Branch. Adjoins Widow Suggs' line. 1845 100 acres on Little River. Adjoins his own line and Johnson Spencer. 1848 55 acres on Suggs Creek. Adjoins his own, Johnson Spencer, and John Hussey. 1853 100 acres East side of Little River adjoins his own line. Gardner Boling was living with William during the 1850 Census of Montgomery County, North Carolina. William's wife was missing from the census.

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Burial: 1866, Lucas Cemetery, Steeds, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina Occupation: 1850, Farmer Notes for DICEY BOLING: Dicey, though divorced from, William buried him at Lucas Cemetery, Steeds, Montgomery County North Carolina, then moved to Louisville P.O., Winston County, Mississippi and appeared on the census there in 1870. Dicey's father was living in the Moore County, North Carolina household of William Cagle during the census of 1850. Dicey was not listed in the house at the time.

More About DICEY BOLING: Burial: Unknown, Lucas Cemetery, Steeds, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 1: 1850, Lists a Gardner Boling, 62, living in the home of Sarah and William, presumably the father of Williams first wife, Dicy. Census 2: 1870, Louisville, Winston County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for W ILLIAM CAGLE and DICEY BOLING: Bond #000110880, Record #01 036, Bondsman: George Cagle, Witness: Thomas Hancock, February 5, 1826, Randolph County, North Carolina. Bondsman, Martin Cagle, Record#01 006, Bond #000084587, Montgomery County, North Carolina.

Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and DICEY BOLING are:

i. SARAH5 CAGLE, b. 1824, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1918. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 26 years. ii. LOUISA BERNICE CAGLE, b. 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1859-1924; m. NATHAN H. PHILLIPS, November 19, 1854, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1807-1834; d. WFT Est. 1859-1920.

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More About LOUISA BERNICE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 20 years. Marriage Notes for LOUISA CAGLE and NATHAN PHILLIPS: Record #02 156, date of bond: November 19, 1854, Cararrus County, North Carolina, Bondsman: Joseph Chambers.

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CALVIN CAGLE, b. 1832, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1923; m. E MILINE SPENCER, December 15, 1853, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1814-1839, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1859-1927. More About CALVIN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 18 years. Marriage Notes for CALVIN CAGLE and EMILINE SPENCER: Bond #000110870, Record #01 135, December 15,1853, Bondsman: Dempsey Auman, Randolph County, North Carolina.

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MARY A. CAGLE, b. 1834, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937. More About MARY A. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 7 years.

Child of WILLIAM CAGLE and SARAH SIMMONS is:

v. MARGARET5 CAGLE, b. 1843, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937.

104. MARTIN C.4 CAGLE (HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1808 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died 1859 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He married (1) LUCY KING February 02, 1831 in Randolph County, North Carolina. She was born WFT Est. 1795-1819 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1845-1907. He married (2) LYDIA JANE CAGLE Abt. 1846 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1824 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1878 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. Notes for MARTIN C. CAGLE: Census of 1850 lists a William King 34, Farmer in the home of Martin and Lydia, presumably Lydia's brother. Land grants to Martin in Montgomery County, North Carolina. 1836 100 acres on Williams Creek. Adjoins his own line and Saul Allen's Corner 1839 100 acres East Side of Little River on Williams Creek. Adjoins his own, Hannah Spencer and George Auman's line. 1852 52 acres on East side of Little River. Adjoins his own, Widow Allen, Freeman, and John Hussey lines.

More About MARTIN C. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with Lydia and 7 children Occupation: 1850, Farmer Marriage Notes for MARTIN CAGLE and LUCY KING: Bond# 000110878, Record # 01 036, February 2, 1831, Bondsman, Wesley Dean. Children of MARTIN CAGLE and LUCY KING are:

i. RILEY5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1866-1925; m. N ANCY DUNN, December 24, 1860, Chatham County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1822-1844; d. WFT Est. 1865-1933. More About RILEY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 15 years.

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Marriage Notes for RILEY CAGLE and NANCY DUNN: Bond# 000020626, Record #02-002, Bondsman: Amos Bridges, Witness Z. Z. Buroughs, bond and marriage date December 24, 1860, Chatham County, North Carolina.

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BRANSON CAGLE, b. 1837, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1860. DISA CAGLE, b. 1838, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1932. More About DISA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 12 years.

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SARAH CAGLE, b. 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 10 years.

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ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1842, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1936. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 8 years.

Children of MARTIN CAGLE and LYDIA CAGLE are:

vi. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1847, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1937. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 3 years. vii. JONATHAN M. CAGLE, b. 1849, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1883-1940; m. M ARY JANE ALLEN, March 13, 1878, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. 1849, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1883-1944. More About JONATHAN M. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 1 year. Marriage Notes for JONATHAN CAGLE and MARY ALLEN: Jonathan CAGLE to Mary J. ALLEN State of North Carolina, Montgomery County. Office Register of Deeds, March 9th 1878. To any Ordained Minister of any Religious Denomination, or any Justice of the Peace of said County: J.M. CAGLE having applied to me for a LICENSE for the Marriage of Jonathan CAGLE of Montgomery aged 28 years, color white, the son of Martin CAGLE and Lydia CAGLE, the father now dead, the mother dead, resident of Montgomery Co. And Mary J. ALLEN of Montgomery aged 24 years, color white, daughter of J. G. ALLEN and Jane ALLEN, the father living, the mother living, resident of Montgomery. P. H. MORRIS, Register of Deeds. State of North Carolina, Montgomery COUNTY. I, Eli WARD, a Justice of the Peace united in matrimony Jonathan CAGLE and Mary J. ALLEN the parties licensed above, on the 13th of March 1878, at James G. ALLEN in Little River Township in said County, according to law. *Witnesses Present at Marriage: Eli WARD, J.P., John L. STUART of Hill Township, M. L. ALLEN of Hill Township, M. L. LEACH of Little River Township.

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MARTIN C. CAGLE, JR., b. 1852, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1853-1942. MADISON CAGLE, b. October 26, 1855, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. December 15, 1928, Montgomery County, North Carolina; m. MARGARET E. FREEMAN, May 21, 1885, Hill Township, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. March 03, 1867, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. November 21, 1922, Montgomery County, North Carolina. Notes for MADISON CAGLE:

More About MADISON CAGLE: Burial: December 17, 1928, Ether Cemetery, Montgomery County, North Carolina

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More About MARGARET E. FREEMAN: Burial: November 23, 1922, Ether Cemetery, Montgomery County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for MADISON CAGLE and MARGARET FREEMAN: State of North Carolina, Montgomery COUNTY. Office of Register of Deeds, May 15th 1885. To any Ordained Minister of any Religious Denomination or any Justice of the Peace of said County: Remus CAGLE having applied to me for a LICENSE for the Marriage of Madison CAGLE of Montgomery County, aged 28 years, color white, the son of Martin CAGLE and Layddy (Lydia) CAGLE, the father now dead, the mother dead, resident of Montgomery County, And Margaret E. Freeman of Montgomery aged 18 years, color white, daughter of Jesse FREEMAN and Sarah FREEMAN, the father living, the mother living, resident of Montgomery County. J.M. Deaton, Register of Deeds. State of North Carolina, Montgomery COUNTY. I, J.M. WRIGHT, a Justice of the Peace, united in Matrimony Madison CAGLE and Margarett E. FREEMAN the parties licensed above, on the 21st day of May 1885, at Jesse FREEMAN's residence in Hill Township, in said County, according to law. "Witnesses Present at Marriage: J. M. WRIGHT, J.P., Noah R. FREEMAN and Lunsey W. FREEMAN of Allreds, and Pines CAGLE of Hunsucker Store."

105. JOHN4 CAGLE (PETER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 17, 1810 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died May 22, 1872 in Cherokee County, Georgia. He married FRANCES MACOM MICKENS February 05, 1833 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born May 12, 1806 in North Carolina, and died November 26, 1884 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John had a colored servant named James Keith. John migrated from Moore County, North Carolina to Randolph County, North Carolina in the 1820's, then to Cherokee County with his father in 1839. He then purchased land in Cherokee County in 1848. The Cagle's of Cherokee County have been well documented in a recent publication of the Cherokee County Historical Society, researched by Mr. Chester Lanier.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Baptism: July 05, 1851, Sardis Baptist Church, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Burial: May 24, 1872, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 3: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia Occupation: Farmer More About FRANCES MACOM MICKENS: Aka (Facts Pg): "Fanny" Baptism: July 05, 1851, Sardis Baptist Church, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Burial: November 26, 1884, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Children of JOHN CAGLE and FRANCES MICKENS are:

317. i. ii. MARTHA PATSY5 CAGLE, b. February 07, 1835, Monroe, Union County, North Carolina; d. June 04, 1932, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. JAMES O. CAGLE, b. 1839, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. 1871, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. M ARY A. JARVIS, April 26, 1867, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1846; d. 1915, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About JAMES O. CAGLE: Burial: 1871, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 21 years. More About MARY A. JARVIS: Burial: 1915, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia iii. EMELINE CAGLE, b. July 28, 1841, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. November 11, 1912, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. JOSEPH O. HEARD, December 10, 1865, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. May 17, 1843, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. January 09, 1920, Cherokee County, Georgia.

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More About EMELINE CAGLE: Burial: November 13, 1912, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 19 years. More About JOSEPH O. HEARD: Burial: January 11, 1920, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia iv. SALENA CAGLE, b. April 21, 1845, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. January 17, 1929, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. LEWIS MAULDEN, WFT Est. 1885-1916; b. March 10, 1869; d. WFT Est. 1885-1959, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About SALENA CAGLE: Burial: January 19, 1929, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 5 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 15 years. More About LEWIS MAULDEN: Burial: Unknown, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia v. ELIAS CAGLE, b. March 08, 1847, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 09, 1925, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. CAROLINE WRIGHT, June 20, 1873, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. November 16, 1854, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. April 19, 1916, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About ELIAS CAGLE: Burial: February 1925, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 13 years. More About CAROLINE WRIGHT: Burial: April 21, 1916, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia vi. MARTIN RANDOLPH CAGLE, b. December 24, 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. January 08, 1938, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. SARAH HOLBERT, January 13, 1878, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. January 24, 1858; d. December 16, 1922, Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for MARTIN RANDOLPH CAGLE: "Randolph Cagle, Grandmother Cline's [i.e., Patsy Cagle Cline] brother was extremely economical. . . . Randolph's brother got his frontal skull fractured. The doctor examined the broken bone and instructed the men present to take a one fourth silver dollar to the anvil and beat it out thin, to beat it until it was three or four times its original size so it would support the broken skull and hold it. Then the skin was stitched over the silver plate. Randolph heard the instructions and said, "Wouldn't a nickel do instead of a quarter?"

More About MARTIN RANDOLPH CAGLE: Burial: January 10, 1938, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 9 years. More About SARAH HOLBERT: Burial: December 18, 1922, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia vii. RACHEL CAGLE, b. May 14, 1853, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. March 01, 1935, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. JAMES M. QUARLES, May 09, 1872, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. May 09, 1852; d. April 14, 1940, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About RACHEL CAGLE: Alternate Birth: May 05, 1853, Cherokee County, Georgia Burial: March 03, 1935, Sharp Mountain Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 7 years. More About JAMES M. QUARLES: Burial: April 16, 1940, Sharp Mountain Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia

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106. MARTHA PATSY4 CAGLE (PETER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 31, 1813 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died June 10, 1887 in Cherokee County, Georgia. She married GARRETT CORNELISON May 01, 1834 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, son of JOHN CORNELISON and REBECCA KING. He was born June 12, 1807 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died March 01, 1881 in Cherokee County, Georgia. More About MARTHA PATSY CAGLE: Alternate Birth: May 31, 1813, Randolph County, North Carolina Alternate Death: June 10, 1887, Montgomery County, North Carolina Burial: Unknown, Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia More About GARRETT CORNELISON: Alternate Death: March 01, 1881, Montgomery County, North Carolina Burial: Unknown, Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia Occupation: 1850, Farmer Marriage Notes for MARTHA CAGLE and GARRETT CORNELISON: Bond #000111097, Record # 01 050, Bondsman: John Cagle, 6 May 1834, Randolph County, North Carolina.

Children of MARTHA CAGLE and GARRETT CORNELISON are:

i. ii. iii. CALVIN J.5 CORNELISON, b. March 03, 1835, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. May 06, 1904; m. ANNIE OWENS, WFT Est. 1850-1881; b. November 22, 1833, North Carolina; d. October 25, 1902. BURELL W. CORNELISON, b. July 23, 1836, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. April 20, 1906. JAMES WILBURN CORNELISON, b. 1838, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1863-1929; m. ELIZABETH OWENS, September 15, 1857, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1820-1844; d. WFT Est. 1862-1933. JOHN CORNELISON, b. 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1872-1931; m. J ANE CAGLE, December 08, 1859, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1838, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1872-1933. Notes for JANE CAGLE: Jane, with husband and family was enumerated in the Shake Rag District (Canton P.O.) Cherokee County, Georgia for the 1870 US Federal Census.

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More About JANE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with husband. Census 3: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with husband and 1 child. v. vi. vii. viii. OLIVE ELLA CORNELISON, b. October 30, 1841, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 07, 1908. SARAH JANE CORNELISON, b. October 14, 1843, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 07, 1908. NANCY A. CORNELISON, b. November 15, 1845, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. January 01, 1911. MALISSA LISENNA CORNELISON, b. November 18, 1847, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. May 19, 1904, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia; m. ASBURY S. CAGLE, July 22, 1866, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1849, Hall County, Georgia; d. May 07, 1928, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia. More About MALISSA LISENNA CORNELISON: Burial: May 21, 1904, Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About ASBURY S. CAGLE: Burial: May 09, 1928, Friendship Church Cemetery, Floyd County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 1 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 3: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with wife and 2 children and sister Sarah. ix. x. GOODMAN CORNELISON, b. Abt. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1835-1935. ANNANIAS CORNELISON, b. Abt. 1851; d. WFT Est. 1835-1935.

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107. MARTIN4 CAGLE (PETER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 27, 1816 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died November 01, 1900 in Pinkens County, Georgia. He married M ARY POLLY O'BRIEN January 31, 1837 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born August 16, 1817 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died April 29, 1888. Notes for MARTIN CAGLE: Martin migrated from Moore County, North Carolina to Randolph County with his parents in the 1820's then to Cherokee County, Georgia in 1839. Martin later purchased land in Cherokee County in 1848. Martin was ordained by the Sardis Baptist Church in Cherokee County, Georgia on June 9, 1857.

More About MARTIN CAGLE: Alternate Birth: July 27, 1816, Randolph County, North Carolina Burial: November 03, 1900, Bethany Cemetery, Pickens County, Georgia Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 3: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 4: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 5: 1880, Pickens County, Georgia Census 6: 1900, Pickens County, Georgia Occupation: Blacksmith More About MARY POLLY O'BRIEN: Burial: Unknown, Bethany Cemetery, Pickens County, Georgia Children of MARTIN CAGLE and MARY O'BRIEN are:

i. 318. ii. iii. iv. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. October 1838, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1879-1929; m. M ARY OWENS, July 24, 1859, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. May 1841; d. WFT Est. 1879-1936. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. April 10, 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. May 17, 1913, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. LITITIA CAGLE, b. 1843, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937. PETER CAGLE, b. December 28, 1844, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. April 30, 1895, Pickens County, Georgia; m. MARTHA EMELINE CARPENTER, December 29, 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. April 08, 1849, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. December 04, 1944, Pickens County, Georgia. More About PETER CAGLE: Burial: May 02, 1895, Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Pickens County, Georgia More About MARTHA EMELINE CARPENTER: Burial: December 06, 1944, Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Pickens County, Georgia v. LEVI CAGLE, b. 1846, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1881-1937; m. (1) JANE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1865-1895; b. Abt. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1881-1943; m. (2) C LARISSA CARNEY, January 12, 1868, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1874-1943. FRANCES M. CAGLE, b. 1848, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1874-1942; m. U NKNOWN WRIGHT, July 13, 1868, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1823-1849; d. WFT Est. 1873-1936. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1854, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1855-1948. LORINDA JANE CAGLE, b. January 20, 1854, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. August 23, 1929, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma; m. JOHN WARREN DARNELL, January 06, 1878, Pickens County, Georgia; b. April 11, 1858; d. July 26, 1942, Jasper, Pickens County, Georgia. Notes for LORINDA JANE CAGLE: Their home while still in Georgia was in the Salacoa District in NW Cherokee County, and the 1895 W.P. Bullock Map lists her husband as J. W. Darnell, in Lot 233, District 23, Section 2. Their move to the West (Indian Territory) is described in Reverend Walker's volume, page 168, as follows: "They moved to Marietta, Indian Territory, now Garvin County, Oklahoma, from Adairsville, Georgia, and arrived by train on Mar 9, 1899 after stops by way of Nashville, Tennessee and Fort Worth, Texas."

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108. PETER4 CAGLE (JOHN K.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1804 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1845-1895 in Clay County, Indiana. He married D OVEY STURDIVANT WFT Est. 1830-1862. She was born Abt. 1818 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1846-1912. Notes for PETER CAGLE: Living with peter on the 1850 US Federal Census are his mother Sarah and the following others who are not his children: Susannah age 37, born North Carolina Guileen, age 15, born Indiana Nancy, age 5, born Indiana 1860 US Federal Census has him living in Boone County, Iowa.

More About PETER CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with Dovey. Census 3: 1860, Boone County, Iowa More About DOVEY STURDIVANT: Census 1: 1850, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1860, Boone County, Iowa Children of PETER CAGLE and DOVEY STURDIVANT are:

i. TABITHA5 CAGLE, b. 1833, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1892-1929; m. P ETER MAXWELL, July 08, 1889, Gentry County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1820-1869; d. WFT Est. 1892-1954. More About TABITHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 17 years. ii. ELMIRA CAGLE, b. 1836, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1837-1930. More About ELMIRA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 14 years. iii. LIDDY CAGLE, b. 1839, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1840-1933. More About LIDDY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 11 years. iv. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. 1842, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1850-1936. More About SUSANNAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 8 years.

109. HENRY4 CAGLE (JOHN K.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 02, 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died September 20, 1871 in Cass Township, Clay County, Indiana. He married DELILA COMER January 1828 in North Carolina, daughter of WILLIAM COMER and NANCY BARBEE. She was born March 15, 1805 in North Carolina, and died March 28, 1875 in Poland, Clay County, Indiana. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Another source states that he died in 1861.

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Burial: September 21, 1871, Cagle Cemetery, Cass Township, Clay County, Indiana Census 1: 1840, Clay County, Indiana Census 2: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with Delilah Census 3: 1860, Clay County, Indiana Census 4: 1870, Clay County, Indiana More About DELILA COMER: Burial: March 29, 1875 Children of HENRY CAGLE and DELILA COMER are:

i. RAUGHLEY5 CAGLE, b. January 05, 1829, Moore County, North Carolina; d. February 19, 1892, Clay County, Indiana; m. ZIPPORAH DYER, July 27, 1854, Clay County, Indiana; b. WFT Est. 1816-1838; d. WFT Est. 1859-1927. More About RAUGHLEY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 20 years. ii. SARAH CAGLE, b. March 14, 1832, Clay County, Indiana; d. March 04, 1887, Clay County, Indiana. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 17 years. iii. ELIAS CAGLE, b. June 15, 1833, Clay County, Indiana; d. June 05, 1916, Poland, Clay County, Indiana; m. CATHERINE BRIDGES, December 30, 1858, Clay County, Indiana; b. July 13, 1834, Clay County, Indiana; d. January 11, 1906, Poland, Clay County, Indiana. More About ELIAS CAGLE: Burial: June 06, 1916, Poland Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 14 years. More About CATHERINE BRIDGES: Burial: January 12, 1906, Poland Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana iv. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. 1838, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1881-1933; m. P HILLIP ANDERSON, September 12, 1861, Clay County, Indiana; b. September 15, 1841, Indiana; d. February 22, 1902, Poland, Clay County, Indiana. More About MARY ANN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 12 years. v. EMALINE CAGLE, b. 1840, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934. More About EMALINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 10 years. vi. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1842, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1897-1937; m. J OHN DUNN, April 19, 1893, Clay County, Indiana; b. WFT Est. 1829-1873; d. WFT Est. 1896-1957. More About NANCY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 8 years. vii. MARTHA PATSY CAGLE, b. January 09, 1845, Clay County, Indiana; d. January 06, 1916, Owen County, Indiana; m. (1) WILLIAM ROBERT ANDERSON, October 06, 1867, Clay County, Indiana; b. November 08, 1843, Clay County, Indiana; d. 1931, Owen County, Indiana; m. (2) FREDERICK PERKINS, October 03, 1875, Clay County, Indiana; b. WFT Est. 1826-1855; d. WFT Est. 1880-1940. More About MARTHA PATSY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 5 years. viii. HENRY ELLIS CAGLE, b. 1847, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1879-1938; m. M INERVA CATTERLIN, July 17, 1873, Clay County, Indiana; b. WFT Est. 1835-1857; d. WFT Est. 1878-1946. More About HENRY ELLIS CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 3 years.

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CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1848, Clay County, Indiana; d. June 11, 1891; m. (1) M ARY SILLS, Abt. 1875; b. WFT Est. 1837-1859; d. WFT Est. 1880-1948; m. (2) E MMA WOODRUFF, August 07, 1887, Clay County, Indiana; b. WFT Est. 1844-1870; d. WFT Est. 1892-1958; m. (3) M ARY ELIZABETH ROYHER HOUKS, June 11, 1891; b. WFT Est. 1845-1874; d. WFT Est. 1896-1961. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1850, Clay County, Indiana with parents at age 2 years.

110. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (JOHN K.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died November 10, 1879 in Bourbon County, Kansas. She married J AMES ANDERSON November 04, 1832 in Clay County, Indiana, son of ISAAC ANDERSON and BARBARA DYER. He was born October 28, 1811 in Guilford County, North Carolina, and died January 13, 1878 in Bourbon County, Kansas. Notes for JAMES ANDERSON: Moved to Bourbon County, Kansas about 1857. Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and JAMES ANDERSON are:

i. ii. CATHERINE5 ANDERSON, b. December 14, 1834, Owen County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1835-1928. JACOB ANDERSON, b. January 01, 1838, Owen County, Indiana; d. August 11, 1922, Bourbon County, Kansas; m. (1) MARGARET PEYTON, WFT Est. 1855-1888; b. WFT Est. 1834-1854; d. WFT Est. 18551938; m. (2) LYDIA HOLT, WFT Est. 1855-1888; b. WFT Est. 1834-1854; d. WFT Est. 1855-1938. DELILAH ANDERSON, b. August 10, 1841, Owen County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1871-1935; m. J OHN W. CARSON, 1866; b. WFT Est. 1819-1846; d. 1906, Lake, California. CALEB ANDERSON, b. August 08, 1844, Owen County, Indiana; d. February 27, 1907, New Mexico; m. ELIZA J. HALL, 1869, Fort Scoptt, Bourbon County, Kansas; b. WFT Est. 1831-1853; d. WFT Est. 18741942. JAMES MATISON ANDERSON, b. January 28, 1850, Owen County, Indiana; d. 1918, Lake, California.

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111. SARAH4 CAGLE (JOHN K.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1816 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1888 in Clay County, Indiana. She married JOHN ANDERSON October 04, 1846 in Clay County, Indiana, son of ISAAC ANDERSON and BARBARA DYER. He was born July 08, 1820 in Monroe County, Indiana, and died WFT Est. 1852-1911. Children of SARAH CAGLE and JOHN ANDERSON are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. ISAAC B.5 ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1836-1866; d. WFT Est. 1842-1945. ELLEN ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1836-1866; d. WFT Est. 1842-1948. LEVI ANDERSON, b. 1846; d. WFT Est. 1847-1936. ELIZABETH ANDERSON, b. 1847; d. WFT Est. 1848-1941. JAMES ANDERSON, b. 1848; d. WFT Est. 1849-1938. EZEKIEL ANDERSON, b. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1850-1939.

112. LYDIA4 CAGLE (JOHN K.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1820 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1870 in Poland, Clay County, Indiana. She married ROBERT ANDERSON January 1836 in Clay County, Indiana, son of ISAAC ANDERSON and BARBARA DYER. He was born November 18, 1813 in Raleigh, Guilford County, North Carolina, and died August 23, 1894 in Poland, Clay County, Indiana. Children of LYDIA CAGLE and ROBERT ANDERSON are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. JOHN C.5 ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861, Poland, Clay County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1841-1942. MARY JANE ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861; d. WFT Est. 1841-1945. DANIEL ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861; d. WFT Est. 1841-1942. SARAH E. ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861, Jackson Township, Owen County, Indiana; d. WFT Est. 1841-1945. EDWARD ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861; d. WFT Est. 1841-1942. ELIZABETH ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861; d. WFT Est. 1841-1945. ALICE ANDERSON, b. WFT Est. 1835-1861; d. WFT Est. 1841-1945.

113. JESSE4 CAGLE (JACOB3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1817 in Moore County, North

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i. ii. FRANCIS A.5 CAGLE, b. 1851, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1945. MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1851, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1945. More About MARGARET CAGLE: Census: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina with parents at age 9 years. iii. iv. v. DAVID CAGLE, b. 1855, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1856-1945. JOHN M. CAGLE, b. 1860, North Carolina; d. 1894. DANIEL CAGLE, b. 1865, North Carolina; d. 1926.

114. SAMUEL4 CAGLE (JACOB3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1820 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1862-1911. He married ESTHER JOHNSON May 30, 1843 in Paulding County, Georgia. She was born 1820 in South Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1861-1915. Notes for SAMUEL CAGLE: Samuel was listed on the 1850 census for Paulding County with wife Esther 30, Jonathan 7, Nancy 5, Ireny 3 and Harvey 1/12. He was again listed on the 1860 census of Haleyville PO, Marion County, Alabama with wife Esther, the same children, plus added to the family by then were James M 6, George W. 4, and Mary J. one. Samuel was a licensed minister of the Baptist faith; became a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Church of Haralson County, January 22, 1843; and was later ordained minister of the faith through the same church. Samuel and Esther Johnson were married in Paulding (Present Haralson County, GA) by William Johnson, Minister of the Gospel, Bethlehem Baptist Church. Samuel was, either, missed, deceased or out of the county at the time of the 1870 Marion County, Alabama census. His wife, Esther and three of their children, Harvey, James M. and George W. were listed in Marion County in 1870.

More About SAMUEL CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Paulding County, Georgia with Esther and 4 children. Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with Esther and 7 children. More About ESTHER JOHNSON: Census 1: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with husband, Samuel Cagle. Census 2: 1870, Marion County, Alabama with 3 children. Children of SAMUEL CAGLE and ESTHER JOHNSON are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. JONATHAN5 CAGLE, b. 1843, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1844-1933. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1845, Paulding County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1846-1939. IRENA CAGLE, b. 1847, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1848-1941. HARVEY CAGLE, b. 1850, Paulding County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1851-1940. JAMES M. CAGLE, b. 1854, Marion County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. 1856, Marion County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1857-1946. MARY J. CAGLE, b. 1859, Marion County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1860-1953.

115. LINDSEY C.4 CAGLE (JACOB3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 22, 1828 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died November 04, 1898 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married ELIZA PATTERSON in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1838, and died Unknown. More About LINDSEY C. CAGLE: Occupation: Farmer

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More About ELIZA PATTERSON: Occupation: Keepinghouse Children of LINDSEY CAGLE and ELIZA PATTERSON are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859; d. Unknown. SARAH J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1862; d. Unknown. REGINA L. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1864; d. Unknown. MARTIN A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1866; d. Unknown. ROSETTA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1868; d. Unknown. FRANCES L. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1870; d. Unknown. ALLEN N. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1872; d. Unknown. EMELINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1876; d. Unknown. LINDSEY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1878; d. Unknown.

116. ENOCH4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 1811 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died January 25, 1871 in Homeplace, Moore County, North Carolina. He married NANCY M. STUTTS 1836 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of J OHN STUTTS and CECELIA SMITH. She was born January 10, 1814 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died January 25, 1871 in Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for ENOCH CAGLE: 1852 100 acres at the South side of Bear Creek, Adjoins 100 acre tract of Heirs of Henry Cagle, deceased. 1852 100 acres at the county line on the Long Branch, near Haw Branch, adjoins John Manes and Lewis Cagle. 1852 35 acres adjoining his own line, no waters given. Joins John Manes, Lewis Cagle. Enoch served in Company H of the 26th North Carolina Infantry. He enlisted in Moore County, North Carolina on June 3, 1861. Looking at his date of birth of 1811 and his enlistment date of 1861, he would have been in his 50's during his service which was an advanced age for a soldier. Enoch was listed as head of his father's household in the 1860 census of Moore County, North Carolina, Good Springs District.

More About ENOCH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina Census 2: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina, head of household Children of ENOCH CAGLE and NANCY STUTTS are:

i. JAMES MARTIN5 CAGLE, b. October 26, 1834, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 31, 1862, Casualty of Civil War; m. CATHERINE LEACH, December 21, 1855, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. September 13, 1834, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. October 16, 1895. More About JAMES MARTIN CAGLE: Military service: A Confederate soldier during the Civil War. Marriage Notes for JAMES CAGLE and CATHERINE LEACH: Bond #000110876, Record #01 036, December 21, 1855, Randolph County, North Carolina, Bondsman: Jesse Lawrence.

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LEWIS E. CAGLE, b. January 22, 1836, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 31, 1864, Casualty of Civil War; m. MARY EMALINE BROWN, September 15, 1859, Randolph County, North Carolina; b. 1837, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1870. More About LEWIS E. CAGLE: Military service: A Confederate soldier during the Civil War. Marriage Notes for LEWIS CAGLE and MARY BROWN: Marriage bond is for Emeline Brown and Lewis Cagle. Bond #000110877, Record #01 036, Bondsman:

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Benjamin Moffit, August 17, 1859, ceremony performed by E. Grower, September 15, 1859.

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ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. July 08, 1838, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1932, Moore County, North Carolina; m. GREEN B. BAILEY, WFT Est. 1851-1881; b. 1832, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 04, 1909, Moore County, North Carolina. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Pleasant Hill Methodist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Notes for GREEN B. BAILEY: Elizabeth Cagle and Green Bailey had five children.

More About GREEN B. BAILEY: Burial: December 05, 1909, Pleasant Hill Methodist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina 319. iv. v. GEORGE CAGLE, b. July 28, 1841, Moore County, North Carolina; d. August 15, 1919, Randolph County, North Carolina. HENRY C. CAGLE, b. December 25, 1843, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 22, 1915, Moore County, North Carolina; m. M ARY ELIZABETH DAWSON, Abt. 1875, Moore County, North Carolina; b. February 17, 1855, North Carolina; d. March 27, 1929, Moore County, North Carolina. Notes for HENRY C. CAGLE: Henry was a member of the Confederate Army who survived the war along with his brother George.

More About HENRY C. CAGLE: Burial: March 23, 1915, Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Military service: A Confederate soldier during the Civil War. More About MARY ELIZABETH DAWSON: Burial: March 28, 1929, Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina vi. GILLIAM CAGLE, b. May 30, 1845, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 21, 1862, Casualty of Civil War. Notes for GILLIAM CAGLE: He never married. He was killed at age 17 years.

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ALFRED C. CAGLE, b. January 07, 1849, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1926; m. V ELMA LEACH, January 01, 1873; b. WFT Est. 1835-1858; d. WFT Est. 1878-1947. MARY J. CAGLE, b. January 07, 1849, Moore County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1888-1944; m. J AMES SIMMONS, March 05, 1883, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. 1821, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1885-1915. More About JAMES SIMMONS: Residence: March 05, 1883, Montgomery County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and JAMES SIMMONS: James SIMMONS to Mary CAGLE State of North Carolina, Montgomery COUNTY. Office of Register of Deeds. February 20, 1883. To any Ordained Minister of any Religious Denomination or any Justice of the Peace of said County: James SIMMONS having applied to me for a LICENSE for the Marriage of James SIMMONS of Montgomery County, aged 62 years, color white, the son of William SIMMONS and Mary SIMMONS the father now dead, the mother dead, resident of Montgomery County And Mary CAGLE of Moore County aged 32 years, color white, daughter Enoch CAGLE and Nancy CAGLE, the father dead, the mother living, resident of Moore County. J.M. DEATON, Register of Deeds. State of North Carolina, Montgomery COUNTY. I, Eli WARD, a Justice of the Peace united in matrimony James SIMMONS and Mary CAGLE the parties licensed above, on the 5th day of March, 1883, at the Residence of Bowling Kings in Hill Township, in said County, according to law.

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Witnesses Present at Marriage: Eli WARD, J.P., Bowling KING of Auman Hill, Christian KING of Auman Hill. License applied for February 20, 1883 in Montgomery County, North Carolina; ceremony performed by Eli Ward, Justice of the Peace, Montgomery County. Witnessed by: Bowling King and Christian King, both of Auman Hill, North Carolina.

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ROSEANNE CAGLE, b. February 26, 1855, Moore County, North Carolina; d. October 29, 1856, Moore County, North Carolina. ENOCH WESLEY CAGLE, b. September 14, 1859, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 04, 1934, Hamlet, North Carolina; m. MARTHA ALICE GORDON, September 15, 1877, Moore County, North Carolina; b. September 15, 1861, Moore County, North Carolina; d. February 08, 1946, Hamlet, North Carolina.

117. ELISHA4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 27, 1816 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died May 20, 1895 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married ANN ELIZABETH STUTTS Abt. 1838 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of JOHN STUTTS and CECELIA SMITH. She was born November 29, 1816 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died February 25, 1902 in Moore County, North Carolina. More About ELISHA CAGLE: Burial: May 21, 1895, Bethlehem Baptist Church, Moore County, North Carolina More About ANN ELIZABETH STUTTS: Burial: February 26, 1902, Bethlehem Baptist Church, Moore County, North Carolina Children of ELISHA CAGLE and ANN STUTTS are:

320. i. ii. iii. iv. v. JOHN RANSOM5 CAGLE, b. November 03, 1839, Moore County, North Carolina; d. July 14, 1922, Moore County, North Carolina. ABRAHAM W. CAGLE, b. October 07, 1841, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1880; m. S ARAH WELCH, WFT Est. 1860-1877; b. April 24, 1847, Chatham County, North Carolina; d. June 28, 1918. NANCY JANE CAGLE, b. January 25, 1844, Moore County, North Carolina; d. April 06, 1926, Moore County, North Carolina. JULIA ADELINE CAGLE, b. February 12, 1846, Moore County, North Carolina; d. May 08, 1916; m. GEORGE W. MELTON, WFT Est. 1860-1891; b. WFT Est. 1829-1849; d. WFT Est. 1863-1935. SARAH ANN CAGLE, b. June 25, 1848, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 20, 1938, Chatham County, North Carolina; m. NOAH WESLEY COCKMAN, January 25, 1865, Moore County, North Carolina; b. March 16, 1845, North Carolina; d. January 06, 1929, Chatham County, North Carolina. More About SARAH ANN CAGLE: Burial: November 21, 1938, Bennett, Chatham County, North Carolina More About NOAH WESLEY COCKMAN: Burial: January 07, 1929, Bennett, Chatham County, North Carolina vi. CAMILLA HASELTINE CAGLE, b. May 02, 1853, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 04, 1907, Moore County, North Carolina; m. ISHAM WALLACE HAIG COCKMAN, January 11, 1872; b. March 27, 1848; d. October 1909. More About CAMILLA HASELTINE CAGLE: Burial: March 05, 1907, Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina vii. viii. ix. CECILIA LOUISE CAGLE, b. November 06, 1855, Moore County, North Carolina; d. March 27, 1931, Moore County, North Carolina. EXER ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. April 03, 1860, Moore County, North Carolina; d. November 27, 1947; m. JEROME POWELL PERSON, WFT Est. 1874-1907; b. WFT Est. 1843-1863; d. WFT Est. 1877-1949. FRANCES CAGLE, b. 1862, Moore County, North Carolina; d. 1862, Moore County, North Carolina.

118. ISHAM4 CAGLE (MARTIN3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1821 in Montgomery County,

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North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1853-1912. He married H ANNAH UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1838-1869 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1822 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1853-1916. More About ISHAM CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with Hannah and 4 children. Occupation: Farmer Children of ISHAM CAGLE and HANNAH UNKNOWN are:

i. BENJAMIN5 CAGLE, b. 1842, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1932. More About BENJAMIN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 8 years. ii. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1843, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1933. More About JAMES CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 7 years iii. CALVIN CAGLE, b. August 02, 1845, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. December 02, 1924, Montgomery County, North Carolina; m. (1) MARY WINCY GREEN, WFT Est. 1861-1886; b. February 28, 1845; d. August 29, 1896, Montgomery County, North Carolina; m. (2) P RUCILLA H. CAGLE, November 10, 1865, Haywood County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1828-1852, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1941. More About CALVIN CAGLE: Burial: December 02, 1924, Cagle Cemetery, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 4 years. More About MARY WINCY GREEN: Burial: August 29, 1896, Cagle Cemetery, Montgomery County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for CALVIN CAGLE and P RUCILLA CAGLE: Bond #000065024, Record #01 013, Bondsman: Henry Cagle, Witness: J.W. Killian, C. L.., November 10, 1865, Haywood County, North Carolina.

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TABITHA CAGLE, b. 1848, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1942. More About TABITHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 2 years.

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DIZA CAGLE, b. 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1851-1944. More About DIZA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 5 months.

119. MARTIN4 CAGLE, JR. (MARTIN3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1826 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1876-1918. He married AGA LASSITER November 01, 1860 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1836 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1876-1931. More About MARTIN CAGLE, JR.: Alternate Birth: 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 1: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 23 years. Census 2: 1860, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 33 years. Census 3: 1870, Montgomery County, North Carolina with Aga and 2 children. Census 4: 1880, Montgomery County, North Carolina with Aga and 3 children. Marriage Notes for MARTIN CAGLE and AGA LASSITER: Bond #000084756, Record #01 006, November 1, 1860, Bondsman: Jesse A Sanders, witness John McLennan, Montgomery County, North Carolina.

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Children of MARTIN CAGLE and AGA LASSITER are:

i. JAMES5 CAGLE, b. 1861, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1880-1951. More About JAMES CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1880, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 19 years. ii. JOHN HARRISON CAGLE, b. 1867, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. 1896, Star, Montgomery County, North Carolina; m. MITTIE JANE JAMES, Abt. 1886; b. September 16, 1871, Union County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1901-1965, Darlington, South Carolina. Notes for JOHN HARRISON CAGLE: John was a school teacher in eastern Montgomery County, North Carolina and died of pneumonia at age 29 or 30. He was riding in a buggy, caught in a rain storm, and pneumonia and death followed. In the census of 1900 Montgomery County, his widow, Mittie, is living in the household of her mother and father, John L. and Louisa James, with her three children, Beatrice, Bronze, and Claude.

More About JOHN HARRISON CAGLE: Cause of Death: Pneumonia Census 1: 1870, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1880, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 13 years. More About MITTIE JANE JAMES: Burial: Unknown, Swift Creek Captist Church Cemetery, Darlington, South Carolina Census: 1900, Montgomery County, North Carolina widow with 3 children. iii. BENJAMIN E. CAGLE, b. 1874, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1880-1964. More About BENJAMIN E. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Montgomery County, North Carolina with parents at age 6 years.

120. LEONARD4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1829 in Copiah County, Mississippi. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN 1799. She was born Abt. 1780, and died WFT Est. 1818-1875. He married (2) ELIZABETH CARTER April 01, 1812 in Amite County, Mississippi. She was born Abt. 1795 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1824-1889. He married (3) CHARITY HARRIS February 03, 1821 in Amite County, Mississippi. She was born Abt. 1800, and died WFT Est. 1829-1894. Notes for LEONARD CAGLE: Acquired his first property in Cumberland County, North Carolina, in December 1768, by land grant from the colonial land office, on the Little Buffalo Creek. He sold it in 1775, and joined Henry Cagle in the upper Bear Creek region in North West Cumberland, County. Leonard remained in that area for 20 years, and in the mid 1790's sold his holdings and moved westward to the South West part of old Montgomery County, North Carolina (now part of Stanley County.), where he was the last to join his brothers Charles and David on the Rocky River. E-mail received from Jimmy B. Cagle on December 13,2001:

Hi Liz, Thank you so very much for the seven files of re:Greenberry Cagle and please accept my apology for taking such a long time to respond to your e mail. I neglected so many things during the years that I was concentrating on getting the book published that they really piled up. We have been having wonderful fall weather here and I have been really busy trying to catch up some of those chores. I usually download my e mail fairly regular, but have not stopped to read and respond. Again thank you so very much. I sure wish I could have met you before I published as I would have dearly loved to have included your information in The Cagle Families of the Southern States. I applaud your effort and accomplishment. I really tried especially hard to follow the lines of descent of the Mississippi Cagle Families but had such a hard time with

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those later than 1920. I was especially intrigued with the Utica families but could never make contact with any of the descendants. With your permission I would like to use the information from your seven files to update my database and extend the lines of all those families. In answer to your question about other sons of Leonard Cagle. That is a very hard question. It was a time consuming and painstakingly difficult task to sort out the children and grand children of old Roger Cagle. It was my conclusion, from a detailed study of all the available records, that Roger, Sr., Leonard and Roger, Jr., have often lived together or in homes very close together and it is my feeling that in some of the census the families are intermingled in the different households. Thus it was very difficult to establish who was whose children. In the Book I show the William Cagle who married Dicey Strathers as being a son of Leonard. I believe he is the son of Leonard, though others tend to consider him as the William who was later in Madison County. Actually I believe that some of the records attributed to the other William in Madison County may be that of the William who married Dicey and that both Williams were there. William only appears in one identifiable record and that is of his marriage to Dicey Strathers. You may want to take note that Leonard's daughter, Malinda, was living in Dallas Co., Al, in 1850, and a William Cagle lived near them. (mentioned on page 248) I was also very interested in Leonard's daughters Malinda and Mary, but did not have much luck following their line of descent. Some believe Malinda died, but I am sort of skeptical that she may have either divorced or left Hardy and remarried. Perhaps we may find her again one day. I am also very interested in learning more about the descendants of Mary Cagle and Charles McAlister. Do you have anything beyond that which is in the book? As to Old Roger being buried in the Pine Bluff Cemetery, I just do not know? The last record of him was his appearance at a Fourth of July event in Dentville. It is not known if he was living there, or just visiting, but if he did return to live with grandchildren in the area, it is possible he buried there. Thanks again, Liz, and I am pleased that you have enjoyed the book. Your cuz Jimmy B. Cagle

More About LEONARD CAGLE: Census: 1820, Amite County, Mississippi More About CHARITY HARRIS: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi w/husband Leonard Cagle Children of LEONARD CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

321. 322. i. ii. iii. MARY5 CAGLE, b. 1811, Clark County, Georgia; d. May 1860, Adams County, Mississippi. MALINDA BESHUMA CAGLE, b. 1811, South Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1858-1906. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. March 15, 1815; d. WFT Est. 1839-1906; m. DICEY STRATHERS, January 31, 1833, Madison County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1796-1821; d. WFT Est. 1838-1910. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: William is thought to have moved to Madison County, Mississippi, from Copiah County, Mississippi with the Cagle's led by Roger Cagle, Sr., around 1833. His marriage is recorded in Madison County in 1833 and is the only official document discovered relating to William up to this time.

Children of LEONARD CAGLE and ELIZABETH CARTER are:

323. 324. iv. v. WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. 1817, Amite County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1878-1910. GREENBERRY S. CAGLE, b. January 06, 1820, Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. December 30, 1879, Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi.

Child of LEONARD CAGLE and CHARITY HARRIS is:

325. vi. REV. MARY POLLY5 CAGLE, b. March 15, 1824, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. July 23, 1905, Copiah County, Mississippi.

121. CONRAD4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Aft. 1780 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died February 18, 1815 in Battle of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana. He married SENITH CELIA CHANCE May 06, 1813 in Amite County, Mississippi, daughter of PHILEMON CHANCE. She was born 1796

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in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1821-1890. Notes for CONRAD CAGLE: Private in Captain Thomas Neasom's 10th and 20th Consolidated Regiment, Louisiana Militia. Conrad was killed during the Battle of New Orleans. Conrad's occupation was that of a farmer and part time soldier. Conrad served in the military, December 24, 1814, in the War of 1812. Conrad was a Private in Captain Thomas Neasom's Consolidated 10th Regiment Louisiana Militia. He died from wounds received in the Battle of New Orleans. See also, Elizabeth (Mrs Eli Cagle Chance and George Cagle's letters supporting her pension application. Conrad's will was probated December 20, 1826, in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. His service in the Louisiana militia extended to March 11, 1815. It is likely he mustered in Captain U. Chance's company of the 10th Regiment.

Notes for SENITH CELIA CHANCE: Mississippi Amite County Cagle, Conrad married Chance, Julia on May 6, 1813 in Amite County, Mississippi. Married Robert Crawford, name appears on marriage record as Seny Cagle, her dead husband's surname. Minor child Jesse Cagle still in home. More About SENITH CELIA CHANCE: Census 1: 1840, Copiah County, Mississippi with husband Robert Crawford. Census 2: 1850, Copiah County, Mississippi with husband Robert Crawford. Child of CONRAD CAGLE and SENITH CHANCE is:

326. i. JESSE PLANTER5 CAGLE, b. February 06, 1815, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. March 06, 1894, Copiah County, Mississippi.

122. CHARITY4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1793 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1861 in Copiah County, Mississippi. She married BENJAMIN CHANCE November 01, 1810 in Amite County, Mississippi, son of PHILEMON CHANCE. He was born July 1784 in North Carolina, and died February 21, 1838 in Copiah County, Mississippi. Notes for CHARITY CAGLE: Parents: Source, Family Records; Lillie Burt Young Bible; copy in possession of Vernon Myers, Star Mississippi, in 1970. Original owner of Bible of Lillie Burt Young was probably Charity Cagle Chance as the family records show one earlier generation for Myers, two for Chance and three for Cagle. An 1875 letter of brother, George mentions "elder sister, Charity", death of "Oldest brother, Conrad", marriage of "sister, Elizabeth".

More About CHARITY CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Feleciana Parish, Louisiana Census 2: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 3: 1840, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 4: 1850, Copiah County, Mississippi Notes for BENJAMIN CHANCE: Family records in Levi Chance Bible, owned by Ms. Betty Lou Cain, Clinton, L.A. copy in possession of Miles A. Causey in 1994. Marriage verified in Marriage Book 1, pages 56-57, Amite County Circuit Clerk, Liberty, Mississippi (Philemon Chance, bondsman). Death: Probate Minute Book. B, page 24 (February 1838), and Benjamin Chance estate file (loose papers), Copiah County Chancery Clerk, Hazlehurst, Mississippi.

More About BENJAMIN CHANCE: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Military service: December 24, 1814, War of 1812, 10th Regiment Louisiana Militia, in East Feliciana Parish,

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Louisiana Will: Probated in Copiah County, Mississippi Children of CHARITY CAGLE and BENJAMIN CHANCE are:

327. 328. 329. 330. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. CATHERINE5 CHANCE, b. 1812, Feleciana Parish, Louisiana; d. 1861, Copiah County, Mississippi. ELIZABETH CHANCE, b. Abt. 1814, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. 1882, Rankin County, Mississippi. JOHN N. CHANCE, b. 1816, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. Abt. 1878, Copiah County, Mississippi. UNKNOWN CHANCE, b. Abt. 1820, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1821-1914. CYNTHIA C. CHANCE, b. March 03, 1821, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. February 17, 1902, Mississippi. UNKNOWN CHANCE, b. Abt. 1822, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1823-1916. UNKNOWN CHANCE, b. Abt. 1823, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1824-1913. ELI Z. CHANCE, b. Abt. 1825, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. July 02, 1862, Civil War, CSA Army. UNKNOWN CHANCE, b. Abt. 1827, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1828-1917. MARY JANE CHANCE, b. Abt. 1835, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1857-1929; m. J EREMIAH PALMER, August 21, 1851, Copiah County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1806-1835; d. WFT Est. 1856-1922. Marriage Notes for MARY CHANCE and JEREMIAH PALMER: Marriage: Marriage Book C, page 71, Copiah County Circuit Clerk, Hazelhurst, Mississippi .

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123. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1795 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1871 in Hardin County, Texas. She married ELI Z. CHANCE September 19, 1816 in Amite County, Mississippi, son of PHILEMON CHANCE. He was born 1790 in Montgomery County, Georgia, and died January 21, 1863 in Hardin County, Texas. Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE: On August 6, 1871, Elizabeth appeared before the Clerk of District Court in Hardin County, Texas and filed a Declaration of a Widow for Pension, based on her deceased husband's service in the war of 1812. Elizabeth also, states in her declaration that she married Eli Chance on September 19, 1814. Her younger brother, George Cagle, more that four years later on January 7, 1876, in Montgomery County, Texas, gave a sworn affidavit that he was a witness to Elizabeth's marriage. This statement was in support of Elizabeth's claim for a widow's pension based on the service her husband Eli Chance, in the war of 1812. "Eli Chance, Veterans Records, War of 1812 from National Archives, Washington, DC.

More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Tyler County, Texas Census 2: 1860, Caney Head, Hardin County, Texas Notes for ELI Z. CHANCE: STATE OF TEXAS) COUNTY OF TYLER) On this sixth day of December, A.D., One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five personally appeared before me, George W. Vanvluk, a Justice of the Peace duly authorized to administer oaths within and for the County and State aforesaid. Eli Chance aged sixty-six years, a resident of Tyler County in the state of Texas who being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical Eli Chance who was a Second Sergeant in the Company commanded by Captain William Chance in the regiment of Infantry Commanded by Major Flu Ken (Fluken) under Adjutant Austin in the war of 1812 against Great Britain, that he engaged to serve as a minute man at Baton Rouge on or about _______A.D. 1814 for the term of three months and continued in actual service until the close of the war aforesaid and was honorably discharged at Camp Morgan on the_____________A.D. 1815 on account of peace having been concluded as will appear by the Muster Rolls of said Company and that he never received any written discharge. He makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the Bounty Land to which he is entitled under the Act of March 3, 1855. He also declares that he has never rec'd any Bounty Land under any former Act nor has he ever applied for any before. He also declares that he has never received any part of his monthly pay, for his said services and to the best of his recollection he verily believes it was, and is, entitled to twelve dollars per month for and during the whole term of his service

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Signed: Eli (X) Chance

More About ELI Z. CHANCE: Census 1: 1850, Tyler County, Texas Census 2: 1860, Caney Head, Hardin County, Texas Military service: December 24, 1814, War of 1812, 10th Regiment Louisiana Militia, in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and ELI CHANCE are:

332. 333. i. ii. iii. MARTHA ANN5 CHANCE, b. Abt. 1817, Mississippi; d. Bef. 1860, Hardin County, Texas. EZEKIEL MOORE CHANCE, b. September 23, 1819, Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; d. April 15, 1897, Hook Switch, Hardin County, Texas. ISIAH CHANCE, b. 1822, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1912. More About ISIAH CHANCE: Census 1: 1850, Caney Head, Hardin County, Texas Census 2: 1860, Caney Head, Hardin County, Texas 334. 335. 336. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MARY A. CHANCE, b. Abt. 1825, Mississippi; d. 1880, Hardin County, Texas. ELIZABETH J. CHANCE, b. Abt. 1829, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1861-1923. DANIEL ELI CHANCE, b. Abt. 1832, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1862-1923. DAVID CHANCE, b. Abt. 1833, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1834-1923. SARAH EMALINE CHANCE, b. November 21, 1833, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1859-1927; m. J AMES B. FAIRCHILD, February 24, 1853, Tyler County, Texas; b. WFT Est. 1808-1834; d. WFT Est. 1858-1921. More About SARAH EMALINE CHANCE: Census: 1850, Tyler County, Texas 337. ix. EMILY SUSAN CHANCE, b. May 16, 1837, Mississippi; d. January 06, 1909, Tyler, Smith County, Texas.

124. CATHERINE4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1798 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died Bef. 1850 in Choctaw County, Mississippi. She married BENJAMIN MCALLISTER January 11, 1816 in Amite County, Mississippi, son of JOHN MCALLISTER and ANN UNKNOWN. He was born December 22, 1792, and died Bef. 1850 in Choctaw County, Mississippi. Notes for CATHERINE CAGLE: Catherine and her husband moved to Copiah County, Mississippi with her father when he moved his family north into the newly opened Indian lands. Benjamin appears on the Copiah County, Mississippi Tax Lists, along with his father-in-law, and several other kinsmen in the years 1826, 1827, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832 and 1833. Benjamin is found next in 1840 in Choctaw County, Mississippi in the census of that year. No further census information is found on this couple after 1840, they are presumed to have died before the 1850 Census. Catherine had a total of 11 children however, the names of only two are known at this time.

More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Katy" Census 1: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 2: 1840, Choctaw County, Mississippi Children of CATHERINE CAGLE and BENJAMIN MCALLISTER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. UNKNOWN5 MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN MCALISTER, d. Unknown.

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125. GEORGE W.4 CAGLE (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1800 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died 1877 in Montgomery County, Texas. He married (1) REBECCA CROSSWELL March 04, 1833 in Madison County, Mississippi. She was born WFT Est. 1796-1822 in South Carolina, and died WFT Est. 18541911. He married (2) SARAH UNKNOWN 1868 in Texas. She was born 1835 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 18751930. Notes for GEORGE W. CAGLE: George, the youngest son of Roger, Sr., established permanent residence in Madison and Leake Counties , Mississippi; and appeared there in the Federal Censuses of 1840 and 1850, before finally moving to Montgomery County, Texas. Roger in his migrations from Moore County, North Carolina to Columbia County, Georgia in the mid-1790's, and to Jackson County, Georgia by 1799. Soon after the formation of Clarke County, from old Jackson County in 1802, Roger began to sell his land holdings in preparation for a move to the Louisiana Territory, and probably departed in 1804. George, however, remained in Clarke County, Georgia and appeared in many records there prior to his death in 1837. A full George Cagle, c1768-1837, believed to be the younger brother of Roger Cagle, c.1763-c.1838, followed account of George's movements to 1805 has been given in the article on Roger, in the April-September 1994 issues of the CAGLE JOURNAL. In the October and November issues, attention will now be turned to the history of the George Cagle family in the post-1805 era. George Cagle, in the 1807 Land Lottery, had drawn Lot #88, District 23, in Wilkinson County, on Palmetto Creek. He still owned this tract at the time of the 1809 Tax List, but sold it prior to the 1810 List. Conrad and Adam Andrews appear on the Clarke County Tax Lists for the final time in 1808, soon joining Roger Cagle and the remainder of the Andrews family in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Also listed on the 1808 tax books as a landowner adjacent to George Cagle was John Middleton. In the Land Lottery of 1807, old Baldwin and Wilkinson Counties, which had been formed in the Land lottery of 1805, were pushed some 20 miles westward as more former Indian lands were opened to white settlement. The registration list for the 1807 Lottery for Clarke County is no longer extant, so it is not known how many Cagle's registered in that year; however, it is known that George Cagle was among the fortunate drawers. Wilkinson County: District 23, Lot #88. George Cagle, Robinson's District, Clarke County. The grant was issued on February 10, 1808. The tax lists of Clarke County show that George Cagle owned this tract in Wilkinson County during the years 1808 and 1809, but seems to have sold it by 1810. District 23, in which the grant was situated, lay partly in Twiggs County, which was formed in 1809 from old Wilkinson County. A check of the deed index, for Twiggs County, which is extant from date of county formation, does not show a reference to George Cagle; thus, it would appear that George's tract lay on the side of the county line which remained in Wilkinson County. Unfortunately, the deeds of Wilkinson County were lost to fires in 1829, 1854, 1864 and 1924, so it is not possible to determine the date and terms by which George Cagle disposed of his tract. The grant to Peter Kilgo (i.e., Kilgore), in District 11, Lot #189 in Baldwin County, was later sold to Henry Cagle of Hancock County, Georgia. 1810 Tax List, Clarke County, Captain Torry's District Cagle, Georg l Poll 306 Acres $.6950 (The increase in the landholdings of George Cagle from 111 1/2 to 306 acres reflects his purchase of 194 1/2 acres in 1809 from David Kelly. On the tax lists of 1811 through 1815, George's holdings are variously listed from 297 to 330 acres, but 306 seems to be the correct total. The Ray family, originally of Wilkes and Columbia Counties on the eastern edge of the state, began to appear on Clarke County, tax lists in 1810. In the same year, George Cagle was married to Isabella Ray, and in 1812 his son Isham Cagle was married to Malinda Ray.) In 1814, George Cagle pays 1 Poll on 317 acres of $.57. This is also, the first record of Isham Cagle,

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George's son, who defaulted on his poll tax and was probably charged $.62 which was double his tax and was the custom in Georgia. George pays $.71 Poll Tax for 1815 and Isham is absent. In 1816, George pays $.57 and Isham is again listed as defaulted. Appearing for the first time is John Cagle, George's son-in-law and husband of Barbary. George continues on the tax lists for 1817, 1818 and 1819. He was probably on the tax list for 1820; however, the page has containing all the letter "C"s has been torn from the book. Appearing on the 1820 tax list is Thomas Tramel, who had been George's neighbor for many years with 550 acres on Robinson Creek, and is listed as adjoining Cagle. Clarke County, Georgia, Superior Court Minutes Book 3, 1811-1812 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1812 Book 4, 1813-1816 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1814 Jury Duty, George Cagle, September 1814 Book 5, 1817-1820 Jury Duty, George Cagle, March 1817 Between 1809 and 1823, George Cagle appeared in four land deeds in Clarke County, as follows: Book F, page 90. Book G, page 53. Book K, page 332. Book M, page 320. David Kelly to George Cagle; Zachariah Middleton to George Cagle; George Cagle to Isaac Matthews; Robert Poore to George Cagle, respectively This Indenture made this thirtieth day of January Eighteen hundred and nine between David Kelly of the one part and George Cagle of the other part Witnessed that for and in consideration of the Sum of five hundred dollars in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said David Kelly hath this day bargained Sold and Confirmed delivered and by these presents doth bargain Sell and Deliver to Said George Cagle a Certain Tracts or parcels of Land Containing One hundred ninety four & a half acres lying on the waters of Robinson's Creek, One Survey Containing forty Acres beginning on a Maple thence on Cagle's line to Stake thence to a pine on Welches line thence to a Stake on Lloyd's line thence to the beginning & another parcel Containing one hundred four and a half Acres Beginning on a Spanish Oak thence N55 W52.37 Chs. ** to a Black Gum thence N35 E21 Chs. on Lloyd's line to a Black Oak thence S55 E54.62 Chs. to a pine thence to the beginning & another part Containing fifty Acres more or less adjoining the other parcels or tracts above mentioned beginning at a Stake Thence S55 E28 to a Pine thence N53 E15-40 to a Post Oak thence N55 W33.50 to a black Oak thence So.35 W15-40 to the beginning Corner; the above land as represented lies in the State and County above written which land together with all and Singular the rights titles members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use benefit and behoof of him the said George Cagle his heirs & assigns, and the Said David Kelly binds himself his heirs and Ecrs. Executors and administrators and assigns will warrant and forever Defend the aforesaid land & premises to the Said George Cagle his heirs and assigns. In Witness whereof the Said David Kelly hath Set his hand and Seal the day and Date above Written. Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of A. Toney (? - illegible name) James Mar-Niell R. Fullwood, J.P. David Kelly (Seal Recorded the 17th day April 1810 In 1815, George Cagle sold one of the three tracts mentioned above, the one of 104 acres, to Isaac Mathews of Clarke County In 1808, the Clarke County tax list shows that George Cagle owned 111 acres of land in that year, while the 1810 tax list reflects his purchase of the 194 acres from David Kelly, showing him with a total of 306 acres. 1820 US Federal Census of Clarke County, Georgia Cagle, George 001202-1111 page 121 The listing for George Cagle, c. 1768-c. 1837, shows that he was over the age of 45, and that his wife Isabella, the

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oldest female listed in his household, was between the ages of 26 and 45; the censuses of 1830 and 1840, as will be noted later, indicate that Isabella was born during the decade of the 1780's and thus was in her 30's at the time of the 1820 census. The three daughters in the household of George and Isabella in 1820 probably were Anna, who married Gilbert Fry in 1821; Mary, who married Jesse Hightower in 1823; and Nancy, who married Williamson Whitehead in 1830. Anna and Mary, it is believed, were the daughters of George and his first wife, and Nancy seems to have been the only daughter of George and Isabella, who had married in 1810. Regarding the sons of George Cagle, it will be remembered that the 1820 census had an extra column for males aged 16-18, in order to identity young men coming of age for military duty. Thus, the listing for George Cagle, above, shows one son in the 16-18 bracket, and two sons in the 16-26 bracket. This shows that the son aged 16-18 was listed two times, once in the 16-18 bracket and again in the 16-26 bracket. The net result is that George had two sons at home, one aged 16-18 and the other aged 18-26. One of these sons is known to be Zachariah Cagle, who later married Polly Jackson in Clarke County in 1821. The 1850 census of Independence County, Arkansas lists Zachariah as 47 years old in that year, giving a birth date of c.1803. The 1860 census of Independence County, Arkansas lists him as 55 years old. These censuses suggest a birth date in the era of 1803-05, which would correspond to the age of the youngest son in George Cagle's household in 1820, who was born in the 1802-1804 era. The identity of the older son in George's household in 1820, who was born in the 1794-1802 era, has not been determined, nor does a young man of that age appear on the Clarke County tax lists or marriage books during the 1820's, or on the census of 1830. Thus, it would appear that George Cagle had one son who remains unidentified, and who apparently migrated out of Clarke County without making an appearance in the county records. Absent from the 1820 census are Robert and Charity Wilkins, who married in January 1820, but are not found on the census, taken in the summer of 1820. It would appear that they were either missed by the censustaker, or were living in the household of another family and thus were not enumerated as a separate household. They reappear, a decade later, in the 1830 census of Henry County, Georgia; Charity, it will be remembered was the daughter of George Cagle. Also absent from the 1820 census in Clarke County were the Ray families, from which George Cagle's second wife Isabella and daughter-in-law Malinda originated; however, the Rays began to reappear in Clarke County in the census of 1830, and the 1850 census eventually finds some of them living in the household of the widow Malinda Cagle.

One of the officials of each early rural county was the Straymaster, whose duty was to oversee the process of locating the owners of stray livestock. The process was as follows: The finder of the stray would report it to the Justice of the Peace in his district and get an appraisal of its value from one or more competent local citizens; afterward the stray would be advertised in the newspaper with the approval of the Clerk of Superior Court, and returned to the rightful owner if located. The earliest surviving estray book for Clarke County is that of 18171846, and following below are those references which appear for George Cagle and his neighbors in District #239. This district, as can be seen on maps which accompany this chapter, generally comprised the drainage of Robinson's Creek, and was bounded on the north by Barber's Creek and on the south by the Appalachee River. The references are given in abbreviated form, except for that of George Cagle, which is given in full as is seen on the original book: May 25, 1819: James J. Moore's District (239th). One brindle heifer found by Aaron Parker Jr.; appraised at $5. September 15, 1819: George Cagle toll before me one year old bull unmarked Dun pided whitish Colour on the back and belly, appraised by Jessee Philips & Isaac Mathews, at $2.75. September 15th 1819. R. Fullwood, J.P. Georgia, Clark County. Captain James Moore's district and Justices 239th. December 14, 1820: Aaron Parker, Sr. of Captain Harper's District (239th). One yoke of oxen, appraised at $50. September 6, 1821: Aaron Parker, Sr. of Captain Harper's District (239th). One sow and shoat, appraised at $4. June 21, 1823: Obediah Jackson of 239th District. Three hogs, appraised at $4.50. December 23, 1823: Obediah Jackson of 239th District. Boar shoat, appraised by Reason Whitehead at $1. June 11, 1825: Henry Hightower, 239th District. One bay colt, appraised at $20 by George Cagle and Jonston Frost. June 11, 1825: Henry Hightower, 239th District. One bay mare, appraised at $60 by George Cagle and J. Frost. May 13, 1830: Obadiah Jackson. One dark bay mare, appraised by George Cagle and William Bull at $20. Free public schools, first authorized by the Georgia State Legislature in 1817 for children of families of modest means, became firmly established in most Georgia counties by the 1820's. On December 23, 1822, an Act of the Legislature required that a complete list of students and a yearly financial accounting be submitted by each school

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to the state authorities. Most of these reports have been lost during the passage of time, but those which have survived provide a valuable resource for historical study. The Poor School Records for Clarke County have survived for 1823, the first year of the mandatory reports, after which a long gap occurs until 1852, with only a partial list for-1837 surviving during those three decades. The only Cagle's to appear on these lists for Clarke County date from 1823, when Mary and Nancy, daughters of George Cagle, were included. The Clarke County Poor School Records for 1823 were published in the Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Volume 29, page 191f.) in 1989, prefaced by the following explanatory remarks: "Poor School, 1823. The following lists were compiled in accordance with the Act of the Georgia Legislature of December 23, 1822. The act provided scholarships to children between the ages of 8 and 18 who had not been given public education for more that three years and whose parents had not paid more that fifty cents above the state poll tax." (George Cagle paid $.57 tax in 1823, including .3125 poll tax.) George continued on the Tax Lists through 1830 and also, appearing for Jury Duty. 1830 US Federal Census Clarke County, Georgia Cagle, George 000000001-0001001 George Cagle, c.1768-c-1837, appeared in the federal census for the final time in 1830, enumerated in the 60-70 age bracket. Also appearing in his household were two females in the 40-50 and 15-20 age brackets, believed to be his wife Isabella and their daughter Nancy, who married Williamson Whitehead later in the year, on December 6, 1830. Among the heads of household who lived near George was his son-in-law, Gilbert Fry, who had married Anna Cagle in 1821. George's daughter-in-law, Malinda Cagle, widow of Isham Cagle, also was in Clarke County in 1830, although not listed as a head of household; it is possible that Malinda, whose maiden name was Ray, was one of the five adult females listed in the household of Mary Ray. Malinda'a daughter, Lucinda Cagle, b.1817, may have been the female listed in the 10-15 age bracket in the Ray household. Three children of George Cagle who had married during the early 1820's, Charity, Zachariah and Mary, had already moved westward by the time of the 1830 census: Charity and husband Robert Wilkins, to Henry County; Zachariah and wife Polly Jackson, to Coweta County; and Mary and husband Jesse Hightower, to Fayette County.

In the 1840 census, Isabella Cagle, widow of George Cagle, c.1768-c.1837, was enumerated as a head of household in District #437, in the 50-60 age bracket; also living in her household was another female in the 50-60 bracket. Isabella does not appear in the 1850 census of Clarke County, and apparently either died or remarried during the decade of the 1840's. Among her neighbors in 1840 were her son-in-law and daughter Williamson and Nancy Whitehead. Also living nearby were Simeon and Lucinda Aycock, the son-in-law and daughter of Malinda Cagle, widow of Isham Cagle. The census-book shows that Simeon and Lucinda were both in their 20's and had three sons under the age of five; also present in their household was a female in the 40-50 age bracket, who may have been Lucinda'a mother, Malinda Cagle. Charity Wilkins, Anna Fry, Zachariah Cagle and Mary Hightower, four of the children of George Cagle and his first wife, were living with their families in Henry, Heard, Carroll and Henry Counties, respectively. George was a farmer. A tax list from the 1830's shows two Roger Cagle's and a George Cagle among those taxed in Madison County, Mississippi. This would appear to be Roger, Sr., his son Roger, Jr., 1790's1830's, and son George 1800-1877. It is known George was in the county by 1833, for he was married to Rebecca Crosswell on March 4, 1833. Later that same month, on March 25, Malinda Cagle was married to Hardy Crosswell; Malinda was perhaps a sister of George and Hardy a brother of Rebecca. It is believed that both Roger, Sr. and Roger, Jr. died prior to 1840, though it has not been determined if they died in Madison County; it is known, however, that Sidney Rushing Cagle, widow of Roger, Jr. was living in adjacent Leake County, Mississippi, by the time of the 1840 census. George Cagle continued to live in Madison to 1840 and beyond; was in the 1840 census of Madison, enumerated with wife and three children (10001-11001). By 1846, however, George moved to neighboring Leake County, where he bought land in that year and lived until 1853, at which time he sold his farm and moved to Texas, settling eventually in Montgomery County, where he died in 1877.

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More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Madison County, Mississippi Census 2: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 3: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas Census 4: 1870, Danville, Montgomery County, Texas Occupation: Farmer More About REBECCA CROSSWELL: Census 1: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas Marriage Notes for GEORGE CAGLE and REBECCA CROSSWELL: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900. More About SARAH UNKNOWN: Census: 1870, Montgomery County, Texas Children of GEORGE CAGLE and REBECCA CROSSWELL are:

i. MARY J.5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1836-1929. More About MARY J. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi 339. ii. iii. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1837, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1868-1928. LUCINDA CAGLE, b. 1839, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1933. More About LUCINDA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas iv. ALZADA CAGLE, b. 1840, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934. More About ALZADA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas v. INDIANA ANN CAGLE, b. 1843, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1937. More About INDIANA ANN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas vi. ALMEDA CAGLE, b. 1846, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1940. More About ALMEDA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Sumpter, Trinity County, Texas

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WILLIAM THOMPSON CAGLE, b. 1848, Leake County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1872-1939. GEORGE A. CAGLE, b. 1852, Leake County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1890-1943.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

ix. x. LOUISA LEE5 CAGLE, b. 1869, Montgomery County, Texas; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963. DANIEL CAGLE, b. 1873, Montgomery County, Texas; d. WFT Est. 1874-1963.

126. ROGER4 CAGLE, JR. (ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1801 in Georgia, and died Abt. 1839 in Leake County, Mississippi. He married SIDNEY ELIZABETH RUSHING September 19, 1825 in Copiah County, Mississippi, daughter of MATTHEW RUSHING and SARAH HOWELL. She was born 1805 in South Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Mississippi. Notes for ROGER CAGLE, JR.: Roger, Jr. did not remain in Madison County, Mississippi; but seems to have been on the tax lists of Attala County, Mississippi during the period of 1835-1837, then on the tax list of Leake County, Mississippi in 1838. By the time of the 1840 Federal Census, Roger, Jr. had died and his wife Sidney Rushing Cagle was enumerated as head of household, which included their four young sons. More About ROGER CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 2: 1834, Madison County, Mississippi Census 3: 1837, Madison County, Mississippi POll tax 1: 1802, Clark County, Georgia POll tax 2: 1803, Clark County, Georgia POll tax 3: 1804, Clark County, Georgia Notes for SIDNEY ELIZABETH RUSHING: Sidney appears on the 1840 Census as a widow with four sons. She is not found for the 1850 census but, is listed again in Leake County, Mississippi for 1860 with the same four sons. On 6 July 1870, Sidney's property is sold for taxes and Sidney and Abraham J. are listed and appear on the 1872 Leake County, Tax Roll.

More About SIDNEY ELIZABETH RUSHING: Census 1: 1840, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Carthage, Leake County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, Conway, Leake County, Mississippi Children of ROGER CAGLE and SIDNEY RUSHING are:

342. i. ii. iii. JEPTHA5 CAGLE, b. 1825, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. Aft. 1870, Leake County, Mississippi or Wood County, Texas. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1828; d. Unknown. ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE, b. 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. Aft. 1880, Neshoba County, Mississippi; m. UNKNOWN UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1848-1876; b. WFT Est. 1828-1855; d. WFT Est. 18781942. Notes for ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE: Andrew was listed on the Tax List for Leake County, Mississippi in 1856 along with his brother Francis M. Cagle. It is not known if he left Leake County, before 1840 and returned or was simply in no official records. The Tax records for 1840-1856 for Leake County are missing so they could have been continuous residents. Andrew remained with his mother until the end of her life. He was listed with her through every census through 1870. He was found living in the household of Daniel W. Watkins and his wife Winfred A. during the census of 1880 along with Emma L. Cagle.

More About ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Carthage, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Conway, Leake County, Mississippi

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Census 3: 1880, Neshoba County, Mississippi 343. 344. iv. v. MARTIN V. CAGLE, b. 1837, Attala County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1874-1928, Civil War. FRANCIS MARION CAGLE, b. April 1838, Attala County, Mississippi; d. October 1862, Camp Rogers, Saltillo, Lee County, Mississippi.

127. CHARITY4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1787 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1880. She married R OBERT WILKINS January 07, 1820 in Clarke County, Georgia. He was born December 05, 1776, and died September 27, 1848 in Henry County, Georgia. Notes for CHARITY CAGLE: Charity and Robert were married in Jan 1820, the 1820 Federal Census was taken in the summer of 1820; however, this family is either, missed or they moved from the county shortly after marrying. They reappear in the census for Henry County, Georgia a decade later. 1830 Census of Henry County, Georgia 00001-01001 In this listing, the census taker placed Charity Wilkins in the wrong age bracket. She was probably in her late 20's, rather than in the 40-50 bracket shown.

Children of CHARITY CAGLE and ROBERT WILKINS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. CAROLINE5 WILKINS, b. Abt. 1822, Henry County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1840, Henry County, Georgia. SON WILKINS, b. Abt. 1825; d. Unknown. NANCY WILKINS, b. Abt. 1827, Henry County, Georgia; d. Aft. 1880, Hill City, Georgia; m. JEREMIAH M. SAYLOR, December 30, 1847, Henry County, Georgia; d. Unknown. MAP WILKINS, b. Abt. 1831, Henry County, Georgia; d. Unknown. MALINDA JANE WILKINS, b. August 19, 1833, Henry County, Georgia; d. July 04, 1913, Whitfield County, Georgia. ISABELLA REBECCA WILKINS, b. April 17, 1835, Henry County, Georgia; d. May 17, 1921, Whitfield County, Georgia. MINNIE FRANCES WILKINS, b. October 15, 1839, Henry County, Georgia; d. October 24, 1919, Whitfield County, Georgia; m. AARON GREEN MASSINGILL, April 10, 1870; d. Unknown.

128. ISHAM4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1796 in Georgia, and died 1823 in Georgia. He married MALINDA RAY January 12, 1812 in Clarke County, Georgia. She was born Abt. 1800, and died 1855 in Clarke County, Georgia. Notes for ISHAM CAGLE: Isham first appeared on the Tax Records for the first time in Capt. Tramel's District of Clarke County, Georgia along with his father George Cagle. Isham is absent from the Clarke County tax list in 1815 but, then reappears in 1816 and 1817 where he paid poll tax in Capt. Stewart's District of $.3125. This would be his last appearance on the Clarke County, Georgia Tax List. In 1823, his widow Malinda Ray Cagle, reappears in Clarke County, and bought a tract of 112 or 113 acres, on which she lived until her death in 1855. The location of Isham and Malinda between the years 1818 and 1822 remains a mystery, as do the time and place of his death. Neither, Isham nor, Malinda is known to appear on the 1820 Federal Census, and it would appear they were either missed by the census taker or were living in a state or county for which the 1820 census has not survived. Their only known child, Lucinda Cagle, who later married Simeon Aycock in Clarke County, was born December 29, 1817 and died on April 1, 1888, according to her tombstone at Ray's Chapel Church in Oconee County, (old Clarke).

Child of ISHAM CAGLE and MALINDA RAY is:

345. i. LUCINDA R.5 CAGLE, b. December 29, 1817, Clarke County, Georgia; d. April 01, 1888, Oconee County, Georgia.

129. ANNA4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1803 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1805-1899. She married GILBERT FRY 1821. He was born WFT Est. 1779-1816, and died WFT Est. 18051894. Notes for ANNA CAGLE:

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Anna and her husband are listed in the 1840 US Federal Census of Heard County, Georgia as: 000001-001001 on page 291/GMD #693. Gilbert Fry,who had married Anna in 1821, moved to Coweta County, by the time of the 1850 Census, and back to Heard County, by 1860. Gilbert and Anna seem to have had only one child, a daughter listed in the 10-15 age bracket.

Child of ANNA CAGLE and GILBERT FRY is:

i. DAUGHTER5 FRY, d. Unknown.

130. ZACHARIAH4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1803 in Coweta County, Georgia, and died Abt. 1869 in Independence County, Arkansas. He married (1) M ARY JANE JACKSON December 23, 1821 in Clarke County, Georgia, daughter of SAMUEL JACKSON and ORRIE COX. She was born 1805 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died Bef. April 19, 1857 in Independence County, Arkansas. He married (2) MARGARET UNKNOWN Aft. 1822. She died Unknown. He married (3) MARGARET MAHALA ROBERTS April 15, 1857 in Independence County, Arkansas, daughter of PHILLIP ROBERTS and NANCY UNKNOWN. She was born 1824 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1873-1919. Notes for ZACHARIAH CAGLE: Moved with wife from Clarke County, to Coweta County, Georgia in time for the 1830 US Federal Census which lists the household as 10001-21001 on page 385. 1840 US Federal Census of Carroll Co., Georgia Cagle, Zachariah 101001-113001 Zachariah had returned to Coweta County by 1841, before migrating to Tennessee by 1846 and finally settling in Independence County, Arkansas where he was listed in the 1850 US Federal Census.

More About ZACHARIAH CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Clarke County, Georgia with father Census 2: 1830, Henry County, Georgia with wife and 4 children. Census 3: 1840, Clarke County, Georgia Census 4: 1850, Independence County, Arkansas Occupation: Farmer More About MARY JANE JACKSON: Aka (Facts Pg): "Polly" Marriage Notes for ZACHARIAH CAGLE and MARY JACKSON: Married under name of Polly Jackson. Performed by W. White, Justice of the Peace of Clarke County, Georgia. Also, present were Zachariah's sisters, Mary and Nancy. Recorded in Marriage Book B, 1821-1838.

Children of ZACHARIAH CAGLE and MARY JACKSON are:

i. ii. BABY5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1826, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1827-1920, Clarke County, Georgia. NANCY HULDAY CAGLE, b. 1827, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1868-1922; m. J OHN ZEBULON HEADSTREAM, November 29, 1860, Independence County, Arkansas; b. 1825, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18691917. ISOM CAGLE, b. 1828, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1829-1918. SUSAN CAGLE, b. 1831, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1872-1926, Independence County, Arkansas; m. DAVID M. TUCKER, October 13, 1850, Washington Township, Independence County, Arkansas; b. 1816, Virginia; d. WFT Est. 1871-1908, Independence County, Arkansas. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. 1834, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1861-1928; m. H IRAM LILES, March 11, 1855, Independence County, Arkansas; b. WFT Est. 1809-1836; d. WFT Est. 1860-1923. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1838, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1839-1932. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1842, Clarke County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1843-1932. MALINDA JANE CAGLE, b. September 06, 1846, Clarke County, Georgia; d. June 21, 1919, Judsonia, White County, Arkansas; m. JAMES JACKSON ALLEN, March 16, 1865, Shiloh, Cleburne County, Arkansas; b. May 12, 1840, Quitman, Van Buren County, Arkansas; d. January 07, 1918, Heber Springs, Cleburne County, Arkansas.

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Notes for MALINDA JANE CAGLE: Also, researching this line is James Allen <[email protected]>and Tonya Dill Cole <[email protected]>

More About MALINDA JANE CAGLE: Burial: June 22, 1919, Mount Olive Cemetery, Heber Springs, cleburne County, Arkansas More About JAMES JACKSON ALLEN: Burial: January 08, 1918, Mount Olive Cemetery, Heber Springs, cleburne County, Arkansas 346. ix. GEORGE L. CAGLE, b. March 1848, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1883-1934.

Children of ZACHARIAH CAGLE and MARGARET ROBERTS are:

x. xi. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. 1859, Independence County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1860-1953. MARGARET ADELINE CAGLE, b. 1861, Van Buren County, Arkansas; d. August 31, 1940, Arkansas; m. THOMAS BERTRAM THOMPSON, September 13, 1879, Van Buren County, Arkansas; b. April 14, 1851, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. June 09, 1909, Russelville, Arkansas. More About MARGARET ADELINE CAGLE: Burial: September 03, 1940, Martin Cemetery, between Pottsville and Russelville, Arkansas More About THOMAS BERTRAM THOMPSON: Burial: June 11, 1909, Martin Cemetery, between Pottsville and Russelville, Arkansas

131. GREEN L.4 CAGLE (DAVID3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1803 in Clarke County, Georgia, and died 1880 in Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas. He married (1) MARTHA PATSY UNKNOWN Bef. 1830 in Perry County, Tennessee. She was born 1808 in Tennessee, and died Bet. 1850 - 1860 in Franklin County, Arkansas. He married (2) MARTHA UNKNOWN Aft. 1860 in Franklin County, Arkansas. She was born WFT Est. 1801-1842 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1864-1930. Notes for GREEN L. CAGLE: Green and family were members of the Enon Primitive Baptist Church in North Franklin County, Arkansas. Cagle Census Records of the South, 1860 to 1910 page 537+ this will help clarify some of Green L. Cagle. He according to J. G. Cagle said Green L. Cagle was recorded in 1830 Perry County, Tennessee, by 1840, 1850, 1870 and 1880 for Franklin County, Arkansas. He died here after 1880. He was the son of one of the Cagle brothers of the Hickman/Perry County, Tennessee region, who left Montgomery(present Stanley) County, North Carolina about 1801, lived briefly around Clark County, Georgia, and then to Tennessee by 1807. Green's father could have been Robert Cagle, near whom he was living in 1830 Perry County, Tennessee. 1830 Census, Perry County, Tennessee page 220 Cagle, Green L. 10301-000010001 His birthplace is not known; however, the 1850 census for Franklin County, Arkansas, said North Carolina. His age is estimated 1805 by Mr. J. G. Cagle, and said his birthplace could be Georgia. Leonard Cagle married to Louiza is a son of Green L., Thomas Cagle (Caghill) married to Holly Blackwell is the oldest son of Green L. (probably Leonard). This Leonard and Thomas were both casualties of Civil War. Green L. Cagle has custody of Thomas and Leonard's orphaned children. Sarah Cagle married W. T. Boggs, a daughter of Green L. Cagle. The following is a quote from the Cagle Journal of March 1996, page 2. " One of the two sons listed as Under 10 and 10-16 is possibly the oldest son, Green L. Cagle, born in the 1804-1810 era, who was an adjoining landowner to David Cagle in 1838-39 in Perry County, Tennessee....."The Federal Censuses of 1850 through 1880 for Franklin County, Arkansas, where Green L. Cagle moved about 1839, show his age and birthplace as follows: 1850-Green L. Cagle, 47, born South Carolina; 1860-G. L. Cagle, 55, born Tennessee; 1870 Green Kagel, 71 born Georgia; 1880: Green Cagle, 100, born North Carolina

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The age of 100, which is given for Green Cagle in 1880, is clearly incorrect and the age of 71, in the 1870 census, while nearer to the truth, also may be somewhat too high. The ages given him in 1850 and 1860 are probably closer to his real age, which would place his birth date in the 1803-1805 era, and which would correspond to the 1830 Perry County, Tennessee Census and the 1840 Franklin County, Arkansas Census, which show him as born in the 1800-1810 era. The birthplace of Green L. Cagle is impossible to establish from the census records, since the censuses of 1850 through 1880 give four different birthplaces. It seems possible, however, that he was born prior to his father's arrival in Tennessee, perhaps during the Cagles' residence in Georgia in the 1803-1806 era, when David Cagle enrolled in the1805 Land Lottery as a married man. Pam Hoagland, 1010 Faulkner Pl., Claremore, OK 74017 probobably would know by now who the father is of Green L. Cagle. She is related to the Campbell's, Ivy, Honea, Hale, James, Jeffers, Knight, Wagoner, McCalister, Woris and Lewis.

More About GREEN L. CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Franklin County, Arkansas Census 3: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Patsy and 9 children. Census 4: 1870, Franklin County, Arkansas Tax List: 1860, Perry County, Tennessee Children of GREEN CAGLE and MARTHA UNKNOWN are:

347. 348. 349. i. ii. iii. iv. v. THOMAS5 CAGLE, b. 1830, Perry County, Tennessee; d. March 27, 1866, Casualty of Civil War. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1832, Perry County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1855, Fort Smith, Franklin County, Arkansas, Casualty of Civil War. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1835, Perry County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1850. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1837, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1862-1928; m. M ARY JANE CAMPBELL, July 10, 1856; b. Abt. 1839; d. WFT Est. 1862-1933. SARAH JANE CAGLE, b. 1840, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1841-1934. More About SARAH JANE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Parents at age 10 years. vi. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1843, Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937. More About NANCY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Parents at age 7 years. vii. DAVID CAGLE, b. 1845, Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1874-1936; m. S USAN MOORE, June 14, 1868; b. Abt. 1845; d. WFT Est. 1874-1939. More About DAVID CAGLE: Census: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Parents at age 5 years. viii. ELIZA CAGLE, b. 1847, Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1873-1941; m. MADISON CHASTINE, February 24, 1867; b. 1844; d. WFT Est. 1873-1935. More About ELIZA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Parents at age 3 years. ix. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1849, Boston Township, Franklin County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1850-1939. More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1850, Franklin County, Arkansas with Parents at age 11 months.

132. DAVID4 CAGLE, JR. (DAVID3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1822 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1853-1913. He married P OLLY UNKNOWN Abt. 1842 in Tennessee. She was born 1820 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1852-1914. Children of DAVID CAGLE and POLLY UNKNOWN are:

i. WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. 1843, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1933.

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More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1850, Dunklin County, Missouri with parents at age 7 years. ii. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1845, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1935. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Dunklin County, Missouri with parents at age 5 years. iii. JAMES A. CAGLE, b. 1846, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1895-1938; m. LUCY ANN OVERSTREET, February 18, 1883, Dunklin County, Missouri; b. 1865; d. WFT Est. 1896-1959. Notes for JAMES A. CAGLE: In the Dunklin County, Missouri; Marriage Book 1: page 153 John A. Cagle to Emily J. Derassett October 19, 1879 page 202 John A. Cagle to Gernda J. Shelton January 4, 1881. This as John G. Cagle notes, may have been earlier marriages for John A. Cagle. This line also, being researched by Margaret Cagle Yeargan <[email protected]> who is a daughter of Jack B. Cagle, born November 17, 1925.

More About JAMES A. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Dunklin County, Missouri with parents at age 4 years. iv. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1849, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1850-1939.

133. MARY ANNA4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1810 in Tennessee, and died Bef. 1852 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She married (1) E VERETT SMITH May 25, 1824 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, son of ELI SMITH and MARY UNKNOWN. He was born Abt. 1807 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died July 02, 1836 in Yazoo County, Mississippi. She married (2) J AMES MITCHELL PIERCE September 14, 1837 in Copiah County, Mississippi, son of RANDALL PIERCE and MARY WHATLEY. He was born August 12, 1812 in Copiah County, Mississippi, and died October 1876 in Copiah County, Mississippi. Notes for MARY ANNA CAGLE: Mary's husband Everett Smith was murdered in July 2, 1836 in Yazoo County, Mississippi leaving her with five small children. Mary moved back to Copiah County, Mississippi where she met James Pierce who was willing to take on a ready made family in return for her love. They were married September 14, 1837 with Mary's brother, Abraham, serving as Bondsman for James. The new family of Pierce's moved to Catahoula Parish, Louisiana where they had another five children. Their family appeared in the 1850 US Federal Census of Catahoula, page 88.

More About MARY ANNA CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Alina Census: 1850, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Notes for EVERETT SMITH: Everett Smith was murdered in Yazoo County, Mississippi in 1837. His father has been identified as Eli Smith. The murder was written up in the Yazoo County Newspaper and reported in Volume 8, February 1985 of Family Trails, a genealogy journal published by the Historical and Genealogical Society of Mississippi, on page 130, as follows: "$500 REWARD for apprehension and delivery of John W. Moseley, one of the murderers of Everett Smith of Yazoo County on the night of July 2, 1837 near this place. The said Moseley is between 25 & 30 years of age, full six feet high, well proportioned, rather a down look and coarse harsh voice; dark sandy hair inclined to be red, with a small scar supposed to be on the left side of his face; also a scar on the right side of his head a little behind his ear, which may be easily discovered when his hat is off. He has been employed as an overseer for some time in this vicinity. Joseph J. Pugh, Will D. Hart, William S. Rayner, Will Hines all of Livingston, Mississippi. PS - W. Hause, the other accomplice in the murder is now confirmed in Jail in Canton, Madison County, Mississippi."

Children of MARY CAGLE and EVERETT SMITH are:

350. i. LOT5 SMITH, b. March 04, 1828, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. June 09, 1892.

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SARAH SMITH, b. March 04, 1830, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1831-1924. AMANDA SMITH, b. January 04, 1832, Yazoo County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1835-1928. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. January 08, 1834, Yazoo County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1836-1929. More About ELIZABETH SMITH: Alternate Birth: January 08, 1835, Yazoo County, Mississippi

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Children of MARY CAGLE and JAMES PIERCE are:

vi. vii. viii. ix. x. NANCY JANE5 PIERCE, b. July 17, 1840, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1864-1934; m. J OHN LAUGHLIN, September 08, 1858; b. WFT Est. 1813-1840; d. WFT Est. 1863-1927. MELINDA PIERCE, b. June 28, 1842, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1843-1936. WILLIAM RANDALL PIERCE, b. April 13, 1844, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. October 20, 1906, Copiah County, Mississippi. DELILAH PIERCE, b. February 19, 1846, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1847-1940. MARTHA ANN PIERCE, b. February 16, 1848, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. WFT Est. 1849-1942.

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134. ABRAHAM4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died January 11, 1865 in Woodruff County, Arkansas. He married NANCY ELLEN MILLER July 29, 1838 in Copiah County, Mississippi. She was born 1823 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1873-1918. Notes for ABRAHAM CAGLE: Abraham was a farmer and laborer. He died on January 11, 1865 in Arkansas at age 52 years. Abraham's first public appearance was as a bondsman for James Mitchell Pierce for the wedding of Mary Anna Cagle Smith, who was a widow and his sister. This occurred in Copiah County on September 14, 1837. Between 1840 and 1843, Abraham moved his family to Choctaw County, Mississippi where they were listed on the County tax rolls for the years 1843 and 1844. He may have moved to Choctaw County with, or perhaps followed Benjamin and Catherine Cagle McAlister who were also known to be in Choctaw County during this time. Catherine Cagle McAlister is a cousin of Abraham's. Abraham appeared on the Tippah County Tax rolls for 1856, before appearing in the 1860 Census of Monroe County, Arkansas, having arrived just prior to the census.

More About ABRAHAM CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Copiah County, Mississippi Census 2: 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi Census 3: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas Occupation: Farm Laborer Probate: August 11, 1865, Woodruff County, Arkansas Tax List 1: 1843, Choctaw County, Mississippi Tax List 2: 1844, Choctaw County, Mississippi Tax List 3: 1856, Tippah County, Mississippi Notes for NANCY ELLEN MILLER: After Abraham's death, Nancy filed a petition of probate in the Woodruff County, Arkansas probate court on August 8, 1866. The court heard her petition on August 20, 1866, wherein she was named as administrator of the estate. No final deposition of the probate was found. The following children were named as heirs of Abraham: Tabitha Emeline, Sarah Presley, William Henderson, Ira Oliver, Nancy Elliott and Martha Jane Cagle. No mention is made of the other three children who appear in the 1850-1860 Census. It is likely they were dead by the time of the 1866 probate of the will since they do not appear in the probate of their father.

More About NANCY ELLEN MILLER: Census 1: 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas Census 3: 1870, Woodruff County, Arkansas

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Marriage Notes for ABRAHAM CAGLE and NANCY MILLER: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900. Children of ABRAHAM CAGLE and NANCY MILLER are:

i. TABITHA EMELINE5 CAGLE, b. 1841, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1866-1935; m. WILLIAM H. BURT, 1860, Monroe County, Arkansas; b. 1832, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1865-1923. More About TABITHA EMELINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas with parents at age 19 years. More About WILLIAM H. BURT: Census: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas Occupation: Stage Driver ii. SARAH PRESLEY CAGLE, b. 1844, Choctaw County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1845-1938. More About SARAH PRESLEY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi with parents at age 6 years. Census 2: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas with parents at age 16 years. 352. iii. iv. WILLIAM HENDERSON CAGLE, b. April 1847, Choctaw/Tippah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 18911939. DRUCILLA E. CAGLE, b. 1849, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. Bef. August 11, 1865, Tippah County, Mississippi. Notes for DRUCILLA E. CAGLE: Drucilla is not mentioned in the probate of her father's estate. It is possible she may have been dead by the time of probate in 1866.

More About DRUCILLA E. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas v. LUCINDA E. CAGLE, b. 1852, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. Bef. August 11, 1866, Tippah County, Mississippi. Notes for LUCINDA E. CAGLE: Lucinda is not mention in the probate of her father's will in Aug 1866. She may have been dead. Her sister, Drucilla was not mentioned, either.

More About LUCINDA E. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas 353. vi. vii. IRA OLIVER CAGLE, b. 1854, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1886-1945. MARTHA JANE CAGLE, b. July 04, 1854, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. October 25, 1933, Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas; m. SILAS ALFRED STOKES, 1874, Winston County, Alabama; b. March 02, 1854, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 18, 1921, Clay County, Arkansas. More About MARTHA JANE CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1856, Tippah County, Mississippi Alternate Born: July 04, 1854, Arkansas Alternate Census: 1860, Tippah County, Mississippi with parents at age 14 years. Burial: October 27, 1933, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Monroe County, Arkansas More About SILAS ALFRED STOKES: Burial: May 20, 1921, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas viii. NANCY ELLIOT CAGLE, b. 1855, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1856-1949. More About NANCY ELLIOT CAGLE:

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Census: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas with parents at age 5 years. ix. MARGARET G. CAGLE, b. 1859, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. Bef. August 11, 1866, Monroe County, Arkansas. More About MARGARET G. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Monroe County,Arkansas with parents at age 1 year.

135. JAMES4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 09, 1813 in Meadville, Franklin County, Mississippi, and died February 26, 1895 in Brookhaven, Lincoln County, Mississippi. He married MIRAH SMITH October 21, 1837 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, daughter of WILLIAM SMITH and DELILAH KEES. She was born December 18, 1815 in Meadville, Franklin County, Mississippi, and died April 14, 1889 in Brookhaven, Lincoln County, Mississippi. Notes for JAMES CAGLE: James was a farmer. James served in Company B, 2nd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry as a Sergeant, CSA from June 8, 1862, Monticello, Mississippi to August 22, 1862, disability, age 49 years.

More About JAMES CAGLE: Alternate Birth: July 19, 1813, Meadville, Franklin County, Mississippi Burial: February 27, 1895, Sharon Cemetery, Brookhaven, Lincoln County, Mississippi Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi Military service: August 1862, Civil War, CSA Army, Company B, 2nd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry as a Sergeant. Occupation: Farmer More About MIRAH SMITH: Burial: April 15, 1889, Algood Cemetery, Lincoln County, Mississippi Census 1: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Bogue Chitto, Lincoln County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for J AMES CAGLE and MIRAH SMITH: Consent for marriage given by William Smith. John Ray was bondsman. Mariah was the daughter of Captain William "Billy" Smith and Delilah Kees.

Children of JAMES CAGLE and MIRAH SMITH are:

i. TABITHA P.5 CAGLE, b. September 23, 1837; d. August 06, 1919. More About TABITHA P. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Hughes Chapel Church, Louisiana 354. ii. iii. MARY ANN E. CAGLE, b. 1838, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1876-1933. T. JANE CAGLE, b. 1840; d. WFT Est. 1860-1934. More About T. JANE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi iv. PRISCILLA CAGLE, b. 1842; d. WFT Est. 1856-1936; m. (1) JEFFERSON ALLEN, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931; m. (2) R ICHARD SPROLES, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931; m. (3) E LIAS HARRIS, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 18251845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931. WILLIAM A. CAGLE, b. December 11, 1843, Hazelhurst, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. January 18, 1863, Mississippi, Casualty of Civil War. Notes for WILLIAM A. CAGLE: William died of wounds received in action. He enlisted on August 17, 1863 in Company K, Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, CSA, Private, KIA (killed in action) January 18, 1863.

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More About WILLIAM A. CAGLE: Burial: January 1863, Algood Cemetery, Lincoln County, Mississippi Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi Military service: August 17, 1861, Civil War, CSA Army 355. vi. vii. JOHN HAMES CAGLE, b. July 1846, Mississippi; d. March 20, 1900, Wesson, Copiah County, Mississippi. SAMANTHA CAGLE, b. 1851, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1945. More About SAMANTHA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi 356. viii. ix. ARZELIA M. CAGLE, b. October 11, 1851, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. January 01, 1930, Lincoln County, Mississippi. JESSE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. More About JESSE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Mississippi at age 4 years. 357. x. SAMUEL PRESTON CAGLE, b. August 06, 1855, Meadville, Franklin County, Mississippi; d. April 05, 1925, Lincoln County, Mississippi.

136. ISAAC4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Amite County, Mississippi, and died Bef. 1880 in Choctaw County, Mississippi. He married (1) ELIZABETH HODGES November 28, 1840 in Holmes County, Mississippi. She was born WFT Est. 1804-1827, and died WFT Est. 1851-1916. He married (2) MATILDA AMERICA SMITH 1843 in Choctaw County, Mississippi. She was born 1828 in Florida, and died WFT Est. 1864-1923. Notes for ISAAC CAGLE: Isaac was a farmer. He, Abraham and William appear on the 1843 Choctaw County Tax Roll. Isaac served in the military with Company E, 31st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry during the war of aggression. He enlisted as a Private, April 26, 1862 at Pigeons Roost, Choctaw County, Mississippi. The 1841 Mississippi State Census lists Isaac as one of the early settlers enumerated in that census. The enumerator lists a total of eight individuals in Isaac's family; four white females and four white males. Isaac and his wife, whom he married just the year before, account for two of the individuals. The others could be family members. It is known brother, Abraham married in 1838 and had at least one child by 1841. Isaac, Abraham and William Cagle all appear on the 1843 Choctaw County Tax Roll. Abraham appears again in 1844 and Isaac again in 1846 and 1849 on the tax roll. No record of a marriage has been found for the wife who appears with Isaac in the 1850 & 1860 US Census of Choctaw County, Mississippi.

More About ISAAC CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, McNutt, Sunflower County, Mississippi Military service: Civil War, CSA Army, Company E, 31st Regiment, Mississippi Infantry. Occupation: Farmer Tax List: 1843, Choctaw County, Mississippi Notes for MATILDA AMERICA SMITH: No record of marriage has been found for the wife who appears with Isaac in the 1850 and 1860 Census in Choctaw County, Mississippi. Her surname is unknown, in the 1850 census she is listed as Mameric, age 23, born in Florida. In the 1860 census of Choctaw County, Mississippi she is listed as America, age 26, born in Florida. She is enumerated with Isaac in the 1870 census of Sunflower County, Mississippi as America, age 30, born in Florida. In the 1880 census of Bolivar County, she appears in the household of her son, Isaac, listed as his mother, Matilda, along with her two younger sons, James and Wesley. It seems evident from the census listings, therefore, that her name is Matilda America. Her first born daughter was also named Matilda.

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More About MATILDA AMERICA SMITH: Census 1: 1850, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, McNutt, Sunflower County, Mississippi Census 4: 1880, Bolivar County, Mississippi Child of ISAAC CAGLE and ELIZABETH HODGES is:

358. i. ISAAC ISAIAH5 CAGLE, b. June 1848, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1894-1940.

Children of ISAAC CAGLE and MATILDA SMITH are:

ii. WILLIAM HENRY5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, Choctaw County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1888-1936; m. MARGARET ANN JOHNSON MARONEY, January 02, 1883, Leake County, Mississippi; b. July 04, 1834, Alabama; d. March 29, 1913, Good Hope, Leake County, Mississippi. Notes for WILLIAM HENRY CAGLE: William was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Company E, Orr's Regiment, 31st Mississippi Infantry March 8, 1862 to December 1863.

More About WILLIAM HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Choctaw County, Mississippi Military service: Company E, in Orr's Regiment, 31st Mississippi Infantry. Notes for MARGARET ANN JOHNSON MARONEY: Margaret filed Pension Application for Widow of Confederate Soldier, source: Pike County, Mississippi, source records SP001, 1798-1910, Lena, Leake County, Mississippi, wife of William H. Cagle. More About MARGARET ANN JOHNSON MARONEY: Burial: March 30, 1913, Good Hope, Leake County, Mississippi Cause of Death: Stomach Cancer Census 1: 1900, Good Hope, Leake County, Mississippi Census 2: 1910, Good Hope, Leake County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE and MARGARET MARONEY: Reverend T. E. Morris, officiating, January 2, 1883.

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HASSELTINE CAGLE, b. 1860, Choctaw County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1870-1954; m. G EORGE E. JONES, May 28, 1874, Bolivar County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About HASSELTINE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Hassie Census 1: 1860, Choctaw County, Mississippi with parents at age 2 months. Census 2: 1870, McNutt, Sunflower County, Mississippi with parents at age 10 years.

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137. WILLIAM LEONARD4 CAGLE, JR. (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 15, 1824 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1878-1916. He married N ANCY ELIZABETH WALLACE April 28, 1850 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She was born February 14, 1835 in Louisiana, and died WFT Est. 18791930. Notes for WILLIAM LEONARD CAGLE, JR.: William was a farmer. He bought a cow and a calf for the sum of $10 at the estate sale of Captain Billy Smith, deceased, made at his last residence in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He later appeared in the 1850 US Federal Census of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, as newly married.

More About WILLIAM LEONARD CAGLE, JR.: Census: 1850, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana with wife. Occupation: Farmer Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and NANCY WALLACE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. JOHN FRANCIS5 CAGLE, b. February 16, 1852, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. WFT Est. 1853-1942. KESIAH CAGLE, b. August 30, 1855, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. WFT Est. 1856-1949. SUSAN JANE CAGLE, b. January 08, 1857, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1858-1951. RACHAEL ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. May 21, 1859, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943. MARY M. EMALINE CAGLE, b. December 08, 1861, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1862-1955. ISAAC CAGLE, b. August 17, 1868, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1869-1958. WILLIAM DAVID B. CAGLE, b. June 30, 1870, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. February 11, 1936, Jonesville, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1874, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. WFT Est. 1875-1964. HENRY CAGLE, b. April 27, 1877, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; d. WFT Est. 1878-1967.

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138. EMILY REBECCA4 CAGLE (WILLIAM3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1830 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1867-1925. She married S . HENRY WALKER July 10, 1845 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, son of JEREMIAH WALKER and MIRIAM FOSTER. He was born Abt. 1821 in Copiah County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1866-1913. Notes for S. HENRY WALKER: Researching this line is "MICHAEL PONDER" <[email protected]>. More About S. HENRY WALKER: Census: 1850, Copiah County, Mississippi Children of EMILY CAGLE and S. WALKER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. CHARLES5 WALKER, b. 1844, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1845-1934. THOMAS MARTIN WALKER, b. 1846, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1847-1936. EMILY WALKER, b. 1848, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1849-1942. SUSAN WALKER, b. 1850, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1851-1944. MARY EMALINE WALKER, b. 1854, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1855-1948. JAMES WALKER, b. 1856, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1857-1946. JEFFERSON WALKER, b. 1857, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1858-1947. STEPHEN WALKER, b. 1859, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949. ASA WALKER, b. 1861, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1862-1951. EDWARD G. WALKER, b. 1864, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1865-1954.

139. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (HENRY3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1827 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1922. She married J ACKSON FLOID Abt. 1849 in Decatur County, Tennessee. He was born 1825 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1916. Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE: Elizabeth appears to have been counted twice in the 1850 census of Decatur County, Tennessee once with her

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father and then, with her husband Jackson Floid. Living with Elizabeth and Jackson is Isaac Cagle at age 4 years. It is supposed this is her little brother or her child; however, since his surname is Cagle it is thought to be her brother. Elizabeth is living next door to her father when enumerated for the 1860 Census of Decatur County, Tennessee with her husband Jackson and four daughters.

More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with her father. Census 2: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with her husband Jackson Floid. Census 3: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and JACKSON FLOID are:

i. M.5 FLOID, b. 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1944. More About M. FLOID: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 10 years. ii. E. FLOID, b. 1851, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1945. More About E. FLOID: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 9 years. iii. S. FLOID, b. 1853, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1947. More About S. FLOID: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years. iv. W. FLOID, b. 1858, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1952. More About W. FLOID: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years.

140. WILLIAM4 CAGLE (HENRY3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1832 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1864-1923. He married MARY UNKNOWN Abt. 1858 in Decatur County, Tennessee. She was born 1838 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1875-1933. More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with wife and son Augustus. More About MARY UNKNOWN: Census 1: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee Census 2: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. AUGUSTUS G.5 CAGLE, b. 1859, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. 1928. More About AUGUSTUS G. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 1 year. ii. SARAH E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1861, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1862-1955.

141. HENRY4 CAGLE, JR. (HENRY3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1834 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1870-1925. He married J ANE TANNER WILLIAMS WFT Est. 1848-1881 in Perry County, Tennessee. She was born 1831 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1870-1926. More About HENRY CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee

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Census 2: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee Children of HENRY CAGLE and JANE WILLIAMS are:

i. SAMUEL5 CAGLE, b. 1864, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1899-1955; m. N ELLIE WILLIAMS, WFT Est. 1880-1913; b. WFT Est. 1855-1877; d. WFT Est. 1899-1965. More About SAMUEL CAGLE: Census: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 6 years. ii. CLARISSA CAGLE, b. 1865, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1959. More About CLARISSA CAGLE: Census: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 5 years. iii. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1867, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1957. More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 3 years.

142. ROBERT H.4 CAGLE (HENRY3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1835 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1872-1926. He married C AROLINE UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1854-1884. She was born 1839 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1871-1933. More About ROBERT H. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 15 years. Census 2: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with wife and 2 children. Children of ROBERT CAGLE and CAROLINE UNKNOWN are:

i. WILLIAM H.5 CAGLE, b. 1858, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1948. More About WILLIAM H. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. ii. BENJAMIN GREEN CAGLE, b. 1859, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949. More About BENJAMIN GREEN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 1 year. iii. iv. LAMONE CAGLE, b. 1867, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1868-1957. MARY E. CAGLE, b. 1869, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963.

143. THOMAS4 CAGLE (HENRY3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1838 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1875-1929. He married SARAH A. UNKNOWN Abt. 1859 in Decatur County, Tennessee. She was born 1839 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1875-1934. More About T HOMAS CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 13 years. Census 2: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with wife Sarah. Children of THOMAS CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

i. ELIZA E.5 CAGLE, b. 1861, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1862-1955. Notes for ELIZA E. CAGLE: First appears with parents on 1870 US Census for Decatur County, Tennessee at age 9, along with brother, James G., age 4; and sister, Mary C., age 1. ii. JAMES G. CAGLE, b. 1866, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1867-1956. Notes for JAMES G. CAGLE: First appears on census for Decatur County, Tennessee with parents along with sisters, Eliza E., age 9; and

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MARY C. CAGLE, b. 1869, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963. Notes for MARY C. CAGLE: First appears on census for Decatur County, Tennessee with parents and sister, Eliza E., age 9; and brother, James G., age 4.

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MATTIE S. CAGLE, b. 1872, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1873-1966; m. WALTER HENSON, January 22, 1896, Roane County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1849-1876; d. WFT Est. 1901-1962. Notes for MATTIE S. CAGLE: First appears on census for Decatur County, Tennessee along with parents and sister, Eliza E., age 17; brother, James G., age 14; and sister, Mary C., age 11.

144. THOMAS4 CAGLE (CHARLES3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 02, 1814 in Taylor's Creek, Hickman County, Tennessee, and died 1897 in Hickman County, Tennessee. He married RACHEL CHESSOR October 15, 1840 in Hickman County, Tennessee, daughter of JAMES CHESSOR and BESSIE CAVENDER. She was born October 19, 1818 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died 1858 in Hickman County, Tennessee. Notes for THOMAS CAGLE: In a family document he says he is of Irish descent. At this point that probably came from the mothers side of the family. Died in a fire and is buried in Chessor Cemetery. From the History of Hickman County, Thomas settled in Cow Hollow in 1823 and 10 years later saw the a meteor display, which was known to pioneers as the year the sky fell. A mention is also made in the History of Hickman County about the Cagle and Coble mill. He was born on Taylor's Creek in the seventh district. "The Line of 1784 runs through the ninth District, crossing Beaverdam Creek at the Jack Malugin place, and Sulphur Fork at the James Malugin place. It crosses Cow Hollow near its head. This information was furnished by the late Thomas Cagle, who entered fifty acres of land south of this line, which was his northern boundary. North of this line and north of Cagle's entry was an entry made by Henry Nixon, one of the pioneer lawyers old Centerville. Thomas Cagle, Sr. was born on June 2, 1814, on Taylor's Creek, in the Seventh District. His father, Charles Cagle, was born in North Carolina in 1779, and married a daughter of the pioneer preacher, Thomas Curb. Thomas Cagle settled in the Cow Hollow region in 1823, and ten years later saw the thrilling meteoric display which, in pioneer chronology, made the year 1833 known as "the year the stars fell. He married Rachel Chesser, daughter of James Chesser. She was born on October 19, 1818. "Thomas Cagle, son of Charles and Elizabeth Curb Cagle, was born on Taylor's Creek, June 2, 1814. He settled in Cow Hollow, on a 50-acre occupant entry tract south of the Military Line, and was living here in the wilderness in his log cabin (the present home of Mrs. Charlotte Ammons) in 1823. He married Rachel Chessor, daughter of James Chessor, on October 15, 1840. Spence says he was living (with whom we are not told) in Cow Hollow in the year "the stars fell," 1833, which information Thomas himself gave Mr. Spence. In fact, all that Spence gives about the Cagle's was furnished by Thomas and his sons, Thomas, Jr. and Samuel Cagle. Perhaps the reason Thomas entered "a 50-acre tract south of the Military Line" was because the Colonial Reservation of land on the north side for the benefit of soldiers and officers who had served in the Continental Army, the south side being open to occupant entries. At any rate, here he built his cabin in 1823. "Ten years later (1833) he saw the thrilling meteoric display which, in Pioneer chronology, made the year 1833 known as the "year the stars fell." (Spence}

More About T HOMAS CAGLE: Burial: 1897, Chessor Cemetery, Hickman County, Tennessee More About RACHEL CHESSOR:

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Alternate Birth: October 19, 1819, Hickman County, Tennessee Alternate Death: 1855, Hickman County, Tennessee Burial: 1858, Chessor Cemetery, Hickman County, Tennessee Children of THOMAS CAGLE and RACHEL CHESSOR are:

362. 363. i. ii. iii. CHARLES5 CAGLE, b. August 28, 1841, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. July 01, 1914, Hickman County, Tennessee. JAMES CAGLE, b. November 18, 1842, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. November 04, 1864, Killed in action at the battle of Franklin, Tennessee, CSA. SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. April 15, 1844, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. August 18, 1887, Hickman County, Tennessee; m. WILLIAM RILEY COBLE, November 30, 1863, Hickman County, Tennessee; b. September 05, 1842, Missouri; d. March 29, 1904. Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE: Other researchers state that Sarah was born October 16, 1843. More About SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Sallie" iv. ADAM CAGLE, b. July 06, 1845, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. April 07, 1863, CSA Army, Tennessee. Notes for ADAM CAGLE: CAGLE, ADAM Private, F Company, 42nd Tennessee Infantry killed in action during the Civil War CSA. Reference: Spence's History of Hickman County on Cagles from Hickman County, Tennessee, TCW, page 72, Spence page 186. Enlisted Nov. 18, 1862 at Port Hudson. Born July 6, 1845, Hickman CO. TN. Died April 7, 1863 in service to CSA. Brother James 42nd and Cgarles Cagle 11 th TN.

More About ADAM CAGLE: Military service: 42nd Tennessee Infantry, Company F, CSA 364. 365. 366. 367. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. THOMAS CAGLE, JR., b. September 02, 1847, Whitfield, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. December 08, 1920, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. SUSANNAH JANE CAGLE, b. February 21, 1849, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. December 08, 1913, Perry County, Tennessee. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. September 19, 1850, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. January 22, 1916, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. SAMUEL CAGLE, b. March 15, 1852, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. May 15, 1935, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. JESSE ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE, b. February 21, 1854, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18551944.

145. SAMUEL4 CAGLE (CHARLES3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Bet. 1815 - 1820 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1848-1911. He married ANNA UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1834-1867. She was born 1821 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1848-1915. Notes for SAMUEL CAGLE: This is thought to be Samuel Cagle the son of Charles Cagle born 1779 and Elizabeth Curb. Anna and her son John are listed on the census report in the household of Charles for 1860. Samuel is thought to have died before 1850.

More About SAMUEL CAGLE: Census: 1830, Hickman County, Tennessee Notes for ANNA UNKNOWN: Anna and her son, John was listed on the 1860 US Federal Census of Hickman County, Tennessee in the household of Charles Cagle who is thought to be her father-in-law. Charles is shown as 86 years of age.

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Child of SAMUEL CAGLE and ANNA UNKNOWN is:

368. i. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. June 12, 1879, New Orleans, Louisiana.

146. CHARLES JACOB4 CAGLE (CHARLES3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 28, 1818 in Taylor's Creek, Hickman County, Tennessee, and died August 22, 1928 in Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. He married MARY PATTON 1839 in Hickman County, Tennessee. She was born November 23, 1824 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Hickman County, Tennessee. Notes for CHARLES JACOB CAGLE: Moved to Marion County Arkansas by 1860. Was listed in Sevier County, Tennessee Census for 1850 along with wife, Mary 25, Son Thomas 10, Susan 9, Elizabeth 8, Wiley 7, and Feriba 5. Moved to Perry County, Tennessee by 1870 census with the following additional Children: Miles, 18, Arkansas; William, 16, Arkansas; Mathew, 10, Arkansas; Mary E, 7, Arkansas; Charles, 4, Arkansas; and Hulda, 3, Arkansas.

More About CHARLES JACOB CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hickman County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Arkansas Census 3: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with Mary and 6 children. Military service: War of 1812, Hickman County, Tennessee Notes for MARY PATTON: Mary is found on the 1880 Oregon County, Missouri Census as head of household with sons, Thomas William Cagle and Mathew Cagle which indicates Charles died before the Census.

More About MARY PATTON: Census: 1880, Oregon County, Missouri Children of CHARLES CAGLE and MARY PATTON are:

369. i. ii. iii. iv. THOMAS WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. April 01, 1840, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. August 29, 1917, Charleston, Mississippi County, Missouri. SUSANNA CAGLE, b. February 11, 1843, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937. SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. October 1844, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1845-1938. WILEY CAGLE, b. March 21, 1846, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1910, Oregon County, Missouri; m. MARY JANE UNKNOWN, 1868; b. 1843, Marion County, Arkansas; d. Aft. 1910, Oregon County, Missouri. More About WILEY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hickman County, Tennessee with parents at age 4 years. Census 2: 1870, Marion County, Arkansas with wife and 1 child. Census 3: 1880, Marion County, Arkansas Census 4: 1900, Oregon County, Missouri Census 5: 1910, Oregon County, Missouri v. vi. vii. viii. MARY ALVIRA CAGLE, b. 1847, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1848-1941. FERBY CAGLE, b. March 29, 1848, Hickman County, Tennessee; d. September 12, 1934, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. MILES CAGLE, b. March 21, 1851, Marion County, Arkansas; d. August 22, 1928, Coble, Hickman County, Tennessee. WILLIAM M. CAGLE, b. December 24, 1853, Clover Bend, Lawrence County, Missouri; d. September 01, 1935, Peter's Prairie, Red River County, Texas; m. LOUISA ELIZABETH RISENHOOVER, November 16, 1873, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas; b. September 19, 1854, Wayne County, Missouri; d. July 14, 1956, Peter's Prairie, Red River County, Texas. Notes for WILLIAM M. CAGLE: William lived in Oregon County, Missouri before moving to Texas in the late 1890's. More About WILLIAM M. CAGLE: Burial: September 04, 1935, Lanes Chapel Cemetery, Red River County, Clarksville, Texas Census: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 16 years.

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More About LOUISA ELIZABETH RISENHOOVER: Burial: July 17, 1956, Lanes Chapel Cemetery, Red River County, Clarksville, Texas ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. RYAL BARNETT CAGLE, b. January 20, 1856, Marion County, Arkansas; d. Bef. 1870, Marion County, Arkansas. MARTIN CAGLE, b. 1860, Marion County, Arkansas; d. Bef. 1870, Marion County, Arkansas. MARY E. CAGLE, b. 1862, Marion County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1863-1956. HULDA JANE CAGLE, b. March 18, 1863, Marion County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1864-1957. CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1866, Marion County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1870-1956. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1870, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 4 years.

147. JACOB C.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 14, 1804 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died April 24, 1886 in Board Camp, Polk County, Arkansas at 82 years of age.. He married (1) HARRIET UNKNOWN Abt. 1829 in Henry County, Georgia. She was born Abt. 1804 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1850 in Cobb County, Georgia. He married (2) E LIZABETH C. WEAVER Abt. 1852 in Cobb County, Georgia. She was born May 16, 1822 in Cherokee County, Alabama, and died September 05, 1896 in Board Camp, Polk County, Arkansas. Notes for JACOB C. CAGLE: Jacob is buried at Board Camp in Polk County, Arkansas at Liberty Cemetery which is 8-10 miles east of Mena on Arkansas Highway 8. Jacob and Harriet were listed on the Cobb County Georgia census of 1840, with children Andrew Jackson Cagle 20, and William 18. Harriet died soon after this census and Jacob married a widow, Elizabeth C. Weaver and moved to Polk County, Arkansas where several more children were born. Jacob moved to Coweta County in 1840 but, had moved on to Chattooga County before 1850. No known Cagle's lived in Coweta County in the 1850's, 1860's or 1870's. Jacobs nephew, Augustus moved to Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia and was enumerated there in the 1910 Census.

More About JACOB C. CAGLE: Burial: April 26, 1886, ceLiberty Cemetery, Board Camp, Polk County, Arkansas Census 1: 1820, Franklin County, Georgia Census 2: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 3: 1840, Coweta County, Georgia Census 4: 1850, Chattooga, Georgia Census 5: 1860, Polk County, Arkansas Census 6: 1870, Polk County, Arkansas Census 7: 1880, Polk County, Arkansas Occupation: Farmer Notes for HARRIET UNKNOWN: In the 1850's Harriett died, and Jacob was remarried to a widow of Cherokee County, Alabama, Elizabeth Weaver, with whom he had several more children who were born in the 1850's and 1860's. In about 1862, Jacob and family moved to Polk County, Arkansas , where he died in 1886.

Notes for ELIZABETH C. WEAVER: Elizabeth and daughter, were widowed in Cherokee County. Since Harriet was still alive for the 1850 census, Mary Frances could not have been the child of Jacob. Later in the 1880 Census of Polk County, Arkansas she appears in the household of Jacob as Mary Weaver with child Susan Weaver. It is possible, Weaver is not the maiden name of Elizabeth, but rather her deceased husband's last name.

More About ELIZABETH C. WEAVER: Burial: September 06, 1896, Liberty Cemetery, Polk County, Arkansas

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Children of JACOB CAGLE and ELIZABETH WEAVER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. MARY FRANCES5 CAGLE, b. January 01, 1849, Cherokee, Alabama; d. May 05, 1933, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas. MARGARET L. CAGLE, b. January 12, 1853, Georgia; d. August 23, 1950, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas. JULIA CAGLE, b. January 01, 1855; d. January 01, 1930, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas. ROSA ROSY CAGLE, b. 1857, Polk County, Arkansas; d. Unknown. CHRISTINE CAGLE, b. 1860, Polk County, Arkansas; d. Unknown. JOHN HENRY CAGLE, b. January 23, 1862, Alabama; d. March 17, 1934, Polk County, Arkansas; m. M ARY A. UNKRINGTON; d. Unknown. JACOB CAGLE, b. 1864, Alabama; d. February 19, 1949, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas; m. L ENORA VIDELLA STRICKLAND; b. 1874, Polk County, Arkansas; d. February 20, 1949, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas.

148. LINDSEY4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 19, 1807 in Warren County, Kentucky, and died December 02, 1863 in Lawrence County, Missouri. He married MAHULDA PRUITT October 11, 1834 in Allen County, Kentucky, daughter of ABRAHAM PRUITT and MAHALA HILL. She was born May 23, 1816 in Lawrence County, Missouri, and died 1893 in Lawrence County, Missouri. Notes for LINDSEY CAGLE: Lindsey moved from the area of Cabarrus/Stanley County, North Carolina to Warren/Allen County region of Kentucky between 1800-1810. In the 1840's this family migrated to Jasper County, Missouri, where Leonard, Lindsey's father, soon died, in 1845. By 1860, Lindsey had moved across the county line into Lawrence County, where his family settled permanently. Sons David and Leonard became well-known figures in Lawrence County, and appeared in all Lawrence County Censuses from 1860 through 1910. This information was received by email from Nancy Jane Balmer on July 20, 2001. All information was taken from archived messages. More About LINDSEY CAGLE: Burial: December 02, 1863, Boucher City Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1860, Lawrence County, Missouri shows him as 53 years old. More About MAHULDA PRUITT: Burial: 1893, Boucher City Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Missouri shows her as 44 years old. Children of LINDSEY CAGLE and MAHULDA PRUITT are:

i. MALINDA E.5 CAGLE, b. December 12, 1838, Allen County, Kentucky; d. July 24, 1889, Lawrence County, Missouri; m. (1) LEMUEL T. BOUCHER, January 08, 1857, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 18091838; d. WFT Est. 1862-1925; m. (2) WILLIAM F. BAILEY, November 17, 1865, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1817-1845; d. WFT Est. 1870-1930. More About MALINDA E. CAGLE: Burial: July 26, 1889, Boucher City Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri ii. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. March 07, 1840, Allen County, Kentucky; d. April 02, 1900, Lawrence County, Missouri; m. JAMES WILLIAM MORRIS, March 06, 1859, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 18141847; d. WFT Est. 1880-1932. More About SUSANNAH CAGLE: Burial: April 04, 1900, Boucher City Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri iii. DAVID C. CAGLE, b. September 07, 1843, Allen County, Kentucky; d. February 09, 1922, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri; m. BARTHENA SCHOOLING, July 20, 1865, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. November 30, 1844, Jasper County, Missouri; d. February 24, 1917, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri. Notes for DAVID C. CAGLE: David moved across the county line to Lawrence County and was listed on all census records from 1860 to 1910. David enlisted in the Union Army on November 1, 1863, and served in Company C, 15th Regiment of the Missouri Cavalry Volunteers. Before being discharged on November 1, 1865, he served as a cook in the Army and also fought engagements, including the defense of the Missouri State Capitol during the

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confederate General Price's second raid. His closest brush with death came in a skirmish near Sarcoxie, Jasper County. Described as follows by a fellow soldier S. M. Brown. Jasper County in the Civil War pages 185 and 186. "When we advanced on them, it was the writers misfortune to ride in advance with John White, Davy Cagle and Justin Beck. The fence on our south, the fence and the bushwhackers on our north. Humbard, the confederate officer, fired and called to his men to "Come out and fire them to hell". Humbard's shot and killed John White who fell across my horse right in front of me. Such a rain of bullets and shots went over and around our heads. I had never heard before, nor since. We only lost one man". Funeral Services were conducted by Reverend C. H. Smith of Mount Olivet Church where David was a member.

More About DAVID C. CAGLE: Burial: February 11, 1922, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Missouri shows him as 17 years old. Occupation: 1860, farmer More About BARTHENA SCHOOLING: Burial: February 26, 1917, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri iv. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1847; d. Unknown. More About LEONARD CAGLE: Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Missouri shows him as 15 years old. v. ALFRED CAGLE, b. 1849; d. Unknown.

149. JOSEPH F.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 21, 1808 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died April 14, 1873 in Mena, Polk County, Arkansas at age 65.. He married ELIZABETH S. JINKS February 11, 1830 in Locust Grove, Henry County, Georgia, daughter of MATTHEW JINKS and PATSEY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1812 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Mena, Polk County, Arkansas. Notes for JOSEPH F. CAGLE: Joseph and family were listed on the 1850 US Federal Census of Floyd County, Georgia then on the 1860 US Federal Census of Polk County, Arkansas. Joseph moved to Arkansas in 1854 and settled on Carter's Creek, near the town of Old Dallas which was then the county seat. He obtain 360 acres Federal Land Grant on March 1, 1855 then another 40 acres on July 1, 1859. On April 2, 1860 he added another 80 acres, all in Polk County. At some time in the 1850 and 1860's, Joseph served as the County Treasurer of Polk County. Joseph's older brother, Jacob moved from Georgia in 1862 and settled nearby in Fulton Township, Polk County. Another brother, John Fullbright Cagle, also arrived in Arkansas in 1863, and settled in Clark County. The younger brother, Benjamin F. Cagle remained on the family homestead in Haralson County, Georgia. Joseph Cagle, 1808-1873, who had been in the 1850 census in Floyd County, Georgia was the son of Leonard Cagle, 70 of Chattooga County, Georgia. Joseph moved to Arkansas in 1854, and settled on Carter Creek in Polk County, near the town of Old Dallas, which was the county seat. At one point during the 1850's and 1860's, Joseph served as Treasurer of Polk County. Joseph's older brother Jacob 1804-1886, moved from Georgia to Arkansas about 1862, and settled nearby in Fulton Township, Polk County . Another brother John Fulbright Cagle, 1817 - 1888, arrived in Arkansas in 1863, and settled in Clark County, The youngest brother Benjamin F. Cagle, Sr. 1819-1886, remained on the family homestead in Haralson County, Georgia. More About JOSEPH F. CAGLE: Burial: April 15, 1873, Old Dallas Cemetery, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 2: 1840, Henry County, Georgia Census 3: 1850, Floyd County, Georgia Census 4: 1860, Polk County, Arkansas Census 5: 1870, Polk County, Arkansas More About ELIZABETH S. JINKS: Burial: Unknown, Old Dallas Cemetery, Mena, Polk County, Arkansas

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Children of JOSEPH CAGLE and ELIZABETH JINKS are:

372. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. JULIA ANN5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1831; d. Abt. 1908. NANCY MARY CAGLE, b. August 1832; d. November 1915; m. W ILLIAM H. WARD; b. October 16, 1830; d. 1905. JOHN JINKS CAGLE, b. 1833; d. Unknown. ALEXANDER CAGLE, b. 1835; d. Unknown. ELIJAH COLUMBUS CAGLE, b. April 10, 1837; d. Unknown. ADALINE CAGLE, b. 1838, Floyd, Georgia; d. Unknown. DAVID CAGLE, b. 1841; d. Unknown. THOMAS J. CAGLE, b. 1842; d. Unknown. JOSEPH S. CAGLE, b. 1844; d. Unknown. MARY CAGLE, b. 1846; d. Unknown. LAURA JUDSON CAGLE, b. 1848; d. Unknown. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE, b. 1849, Floyd, Georgia; d. Unknown. LEONARD PINKNEY CAGLE, b. October 24, 1856, Polk County, Arkansas; d. July 30, 1923, Board Camp, Polk County, Arkansas.

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150. SYNTHA4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1811 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1906. She married J OHN H. BRAZIER 1830 in Henry County, Georgia. He was born 1802 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1851-1894. Notes for SYNTHA CAGLE: Syntha, together with two of her children, Elizabeth and Vincent, joined with Leonard, her father to appoint an attorney to represent them in the settlement of an estate in North Carolina. This action was accomplished on April 20, 1858 in Haralson County, Alabama and this represents the last public action taken by Leonard Cagle, insofar as public records.

More About SYNTHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Fayette County, Tennessee More About JOHN H. BRAZIER: Census: 1850, Fayette County, Tennessee Children of SYNTHA CAGLE and JOHN BRAZIER are:

i. ii. ELIZABETH5 BRAZIER, d. Unknown. VINCENT BRAZIER, d. Unknown.

151. SUSANNAH4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 30, 1811 in Allen County, Kentucky, and died October 06, 1836 in Allen County, Kentucky. She married JAMES SQUIRE MOTLEY February 25, 1834 in Allen County, Kentucky, son of EDWIN MOTLEY and MARTHA LYNN. He was born WFT Est. 1783-1814, and died WFT Est. 1839-1899. Children of SUSANNAH CAGLE and JAMES MOTLEY are:

i. ii. SALLY5 MOTLEY, b. May 15, 1831, Allen County, Kentucky; d. August 28, 1912; m. W ILLIAM WITHERSPOON WILLOUGHBY, WFT Est. 1845-1877; b. WFT Est. 1814-1834; d. WFT Est. 1848-1920. EDWIN CAGLE MOTLEY, b. May 23, 1835, Allen County, Kentucky; d. September 13, 1915; m. E LIZABETH LANDERS, March 28, 1858; b. WFT Est. 1820-1844; d. WFT Est. 1863-1932. More About EDWIN CAGLE MOTLEY: Census: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri with grandmother Cagle at age 12 years.

152. LYDIA A.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Amity, Clark County, Arkansas. She married JACOB EDWARD LEVINS Aft. 1837 in Henry County, Georgia. He was born 1804 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1842-1895 in Arkansas. Notes for LYDIA A. CAGLE:

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The only child of Lydia and Jacob Levins was Nathaniel M. Jacob Levins had been married before and had five children ranging in age from 22 to 13 at the time of the 1850 census of Heard County, Georgia. The family moved to Clarke County, Arkansas by 1860 and joined Lydia's three brothers Jacob, Joseph and John Fulbright Cagle, who had moved there from Georgia. Benjamin remained on the old homestead in Haralson County, Georgia. Later, they were joined by two of Benjamin's sons, William Samuel and Benjamin Cagle, Jr. William Samuel was there briefly then, moved to North Carolina and finally settled in Washington, Benjamin, Jr. would move to Tennessee and finally to Travis County, Texas. After the death of his wife, he moved again briefly, to Houston, Texas. He died while vacationing in Fort Worth, visiting his daughter, Johnnie, and is buried in Fort Worth, Texas.

More About LYDIA A. CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 2: 1840, Paulding County, Georgia Child of LYDIA CAGLE and JACOB LEVINS is:

i. NATHANIEL M.5 LEVINS, b. Abt. 1853, Heard, Georgia; d. Unknown.

153. EDWIN4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 11, 1815 in Allen, Pike County, Kentucky, and died August 20, 1864 in Reeds, Jasper County, Missouri. He married MARY FLETCHER ORR September 10, 1845 in Lawrence County, Missouri. She was born Abt. 1824 in Jasper County, Missouri, and died 1884 in Jasper County, Missouri. Notes for EDWIN CAGLE: Edwin was shot to death in the doorway of his home by bushwhackers during the Civil War. Edwin was accused of feeding Confederate soldiers by a Company of Union Troops who shot him down. All his other brothers had left the area.

More About EDWIN CAGLE: Bond: Lawrence County, Missouri shows his name as Edwin Burial: August 22, 1864, Dudman Springs Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri More About MARY FLETCHER ORR: Burial: 1884, Dudman Springs Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Fact 1: Marraige bond shows her first name as Mary. Children of EDWIN CAGLE and MARY ORR are:

i. ROBERT HENRY5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1846, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1910-1936. Notes for ROBERT HENRY CAGLE: Robert was in the US Federal Census for Oregon in 1900 and California in 1910. More About ROBERT HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Census 3: 1880, Jasper County, Missouri Census 4: 1900, Oregon County, Missouri Census 5: 1910, California 376. 377. ii. iii. iv. SARAH FRANCES CAGLE, b. Abt. 1848, Jasper County, Missouri; d. April 09, 1931, Lamar County, Texas. MARTHA E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1851, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1873-1945. AMELIA J. CAGLE, b. March 21, 1853, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1867-1947; m. W ILLARD EDWIN BAGGS, WFT Est. 1867-1900; b. WFT Est. 1836-1856; d. WFT Est. 1870-1942. More About AMELIA J. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri

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CHARLES N. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1855, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1856-1945. More About CHARLES N. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri

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FINIS E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1858, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1859-1948. More About FINIS E. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1870, Jasper County, Missouri Census 3: 1880, Jasper County, Missouri Occupation: 1880, School teacher

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SAMUEL CAGLE, b. 1861, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1862-1951. Notes for SAMUEL CAGLE: Samuel, along with his brother, Robert Henry, was in the US Federal Census for Oregon in 1900 and California in 1910.

More About SAMUEL CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1880, Jasper County, Missouri viii. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. 1863, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1880-1957. More About SUSANNAH CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri at age 8 years. Census 2: 1880, Jasper County, Missouri at age 17.

154. REBECCA4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 28, 1817 in Allen County, Kentucky, and died September 15, 1884 in Lawrence County, Missouri. She married JOHN LOGAN SCHOOLING January 29, 1845 in Jasper County, Missouri, son of JOSEPH SCHOOLING. He was born Abt. 1815, and died WFT Est. 1858-1907. More About REBECCA CAGLE: Burial: September 17, 1884, Schooling Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri More About JOHN LOGAN SCHOOLING: Burial: Unknown, Schooling Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Children of REBECCA CAGLE and JOHN SCHOOLING are:

i. BARTHENA5 SCHOOLING, b. November 30, 1844, Jasper County, Missouri; d. February 24, 1917, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri; m. DAVID C. CAGLE, July 20, 1865, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri; b. September 07, 1843, Allen County, Kentucky; d. February 09, 1922, Mount Pleasant, Lawrence County, Missouri. More About BARTHENA SCHOOLING: Burial: February 26, 1917, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Notes for DAVID C. CAGLE: David moved across the county line to Lawrence County and was listed on all census records from 1860 to 1910. David enlisted in the Union Army on November 1, 1863, and served in Company C, 15th Regiment of the Missouri Cavalry Volunteers. Before being discharged on November 1, 1865, he served as a cook in the Army and also fought engagements, including the defense of the Missouri State Capitol during the confederate General Price's second raid. His closest brush with death came in a skirmish near Sarcoxie, Jasper County. Described as follows by a fellow soldier S. M. Brown. Jasper County in the Civil War pages 185 and 186. "When we advanced on them, it was the writers misfortune to ride in advance with John White, Davy Cagle and Justin Beck. The fence on our south, the fence and the bushwhackers on our north. Humbard, the confederate officer, fired and called to his men to "Come out and fire them to hell". Humbard's shot and killed John White who fell across my horse right in front of me. Such a rain of bullets and shots

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went over and around our heads. I had never heard before, nor since. We only lost one man". Funeral Services were conducted by Reverend C. H. Smith of Mount Olivet Church where David was a member.

More About DAVID C. CAGLE: Burial: February 11, 1922, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri Census: 1860, Lawrence County, Missouri shows him as 17 years old. Occupation: 1860, farmer ii. iii. iv. v. vi. ROBERT WILLIS SCHOOLING, b. December 02, 1846, Jasper County, Missouri; d. September 02, 1920, Jasper County, Missouri. ELIZABETH SCHOOLING, b. 1849, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943. JOSEPH ALEXANDER SCHOOLING, b. April 13, 1851, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1852-1941. HENRY HARRISON SCHOOLING, b. March 02, 1853, Jasper County, Missouri; d. April 22, 1922, Jasper County, Missouri. WILLIAM BENJAMIN SCHOOLING, b. June 26, 1855, Jasper County, Missouri; d. December 17, 1916, Jasper County, Missouri.

155. DAVID F.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 28, 1820 in Allen County, Kentucky, and died March 1896 in Jasper County, Missouri. He married MARY J. HAZELWOOD November 29, 1854 in Lawrence County, Missouri. She was born 1834 in Missouri, and died WFT Est. 1873-1929. Notes for DAVID F. CAGLE: Most of the family went to Chariton county, Missouri, to escape the ravages of war. However, David, was in service and another, Edwin who lived at Reeds,refused to leave. In August,1864, a company of Union soldiers rode up in front of his place, called him out and accused him of having fed Confederate troops. They shot him dead in his doorway. More About DAVID F. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Census 2: 1870, Jasper County, Missouri Census 3: 1880, Jasper County, Missouri Children of DAVID CAGLE and MARY HAZELWOOD are:

i. SARAH E.5 CAGLE, b. 1856, Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1857-1950. More About SARAH E. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri ii. WILLIAM C. CAGLE, b. 1858, Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1859-1948. More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri iii. iv. v. EMILY T. CAGLE, b. 1862, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1863-1956. REBECCA J. CAGLE, b. 1865, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1866-1959. AMANDA CAGLE, b. 1871, Jasper County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1872-1965.

156. BENJAMIN4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 31, 1825 in Allen County, Kentucky, and died August 18, 1900 in Charlton County, Missouri. He married MARTHA ANN WALTON September 23, 1860 in Jasper County, Missouri, daughter of T HOMAS WALTON and SUSAN STITCH. She was born August 06, 1839 in Jasper County, Missouri, and died July 01, 1876. More About BENJAMIN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri with mother at age 24 years. Census 2: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Children of BENJAMIN CAGLE and MARTHA WALTON are:

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CHARLES FRANKLIN5 CAGLE, b. August 12, 1862, Scott County, Arkansas; d. 1936; m. MARY CATHERINE COOK, February 08, 1885; b. WFT Est. 1847-1871; d. WFT Est. 1890-1959. THOMAS B. CAGLE, b. 1864, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1865-1954. FLORA ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. March 12, 1866, Jasper County, Missouri; d. May 29, 1965, Musselfork, Missouri; m. AUGUSTUS FLAVIUS CHAPMAN, September 28, 1894, Charlton County, Missouri; b. July 28, 1867; d. WFT Est. 1904-1958, Musselfork, Missouri. Notes for FLORA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Carla Harlan, 1918 Autumn Hill Drive, O'Fallon, Missouri, 63366 is the great granddaughter of Flora and is researching this line.

More About FLORA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Musselfork, Missouri More About AUGUSTUS FLAVIUS CHAPMAN: Burial: Unknown, Musselfork, Missouri iv. v. SUSIE FANNIE CAGLE, b. June 1868; d. WFT Est. 1869-1962. MARTHA A. CAGLE, b. July 1876; d. WFT Est. 1890-1970; m. J ESSE CROWE, WFT Est. 1890-1923; b. WFT Est. 1859-1879; d. WFT Est. 1893-1965.

157. WILLIS F.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 16, 1830 in Bowling Green, Allen County, Kentucky, and died April 14, 1879 in Saline County, Missouri. He married RHODA C. LAFORCE October 11, 1863 in Green County, Illinois, daughter of J AMES L. LAFORCE. She was born 1844, and died 1917 in Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri. Notes for WILLIS F. CAGLE: "Lester Oliver Cagle was the youngest of four boys born to Willis F. and Rhoda C. LaForce Cagle. Willis moved to Saline County, Missouri. Rebecca 1817-1884 married John Logan Schooling on January 29, 1845 and their daughter Barthena Schooling, married David C. Cagle who was born 1843{they were first cousins) and was the son of Lindsey Cagle, 1807-1843, on July 20, 1865" More About WILLIS F. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri with mother at age 19 years. Census 2: 1860, Jasper County, Missouri Children of WILLIS CAGLE and RHODA LAFORCE are:

i. ii. JAMES L.5 CAGLE, b. 1865, Saline County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1866-1955. ELMER E. CAGLE, b. 1869, Saline County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1870-1959. Notes for ELMER E. CAGLE: Elmer migrated to California is is listed in the US Federal Census for San Francisco for 1910.

More About ELMER E. CAGLE: Census: 1910, San Francisco, California iii. WILLIAM FRANK CAGLE, b. July 02, 1871, Saline County, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1907-1962; m. C ORA LUELLA MYERS, March 28, 1894, Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri; b. WFT Est. 1856-1881; d. August 14, 1946, Nampa, Idaho. LESTER OLIVER CAGLE, b. January 03, 1877, Saline County, Missouri; d. December 15, 1958, San Bernardino, California.

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158. REBECCA4 CAGLE (SAMPSON3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 29, 1808 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died September 17, 1871 in Warren County, Kentucky. She married EDWIN LYNN MOTLEY March 29, 1825 in Warren County, Kentucky. He was born WFT Est. 1783-1814, and died WFT Est. 1847-1899.

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More About REBECCA CAGLE: Burial: September 18, 1871, Cagle-Motley Cemetery, Hunts Bend, Barren River, Warren County, Kentucky More About EDWIN LYNN MOTLEY: Burial: Unknown, Cagle-Motley Cemetery, Hunts Bend, Barren River, Warren County, Kentucky Census: 1850, Jasper County, Missouri Child of REBECCA CAGLE and EDWIN MOTLEY is:

i. KITTY5 MOTLEY, b. 1845, Warren County, Kentucky; d. July 20, 1855, Warren County, Kentucky.

159. CATHERINE4 CAGLE (SAMPSON3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1818 in Warren County, Kentucky, and died Bef. 1868 in Butler County, Kentucky. She married JOHN L. GREATHOUSE October 10, 1836 in Warren County, Kentucky. He was born 1810 in Butler County, Kentucky, and died WFT Est. 1871-1903. Children of CATHERINE CAGLE and JOHN GREATHOUSE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. LEONARD T.5 GREATHOUSE, b. 1839, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1874-1930; m. ALMEDA SCHULTZ, November 21, 1869, Butler County, Kentucky; b. WFT Est. 1830-1852; d. WFT Est. 1874-1941. WILLIAM R. GREATHOUSE, b. 1841, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1842-1931. ISAAC C. GREATHOUSE, b. 1843, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1844-1933. SARAH F. GREATHOUSE, b. 1845, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1846-1939. SUSAN E. GREATHOUSE, b. 1847, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1848-1941. CHRISTIAN A. GREATHOUSE, b. 1849, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1850-1939. SAMPSON P. GREATHOUSE, b. 1852, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1883-1943; m. E LIZA YEAGER, February 16, 1871, Butler County, Kentucky; b. 1855, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1883-1949. DRURY W. F. GREATHOUSE, b. July 04, 1854, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944.

160. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (SAMPSON3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 14, 1827 in Warren County, Kentucky, and died October 26, 1911 in Butler County, Kentucky. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON LEGRAND 1847 in Warren County, Kentucky, son of OBADIAH LEGRAND and SARAH RICHEY. He was born March 01, 1815 in Warren County, Kentucky, and died January 22, 1897 in Shannon County, Missouri. Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and GEORGE LEGRAND are:

i. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 LEGRAND, JR., b. 1849, Warren County, Kentucky; d. 1887, Butler County, Kentucky; m. LOUISA G. FELTY, November 16, 1870, Butler County, Kentucky; b. June 11, 1853, Butler County, Kentucky; d. 1922, Butler County, Kentucky. COLUMBUS PETER LEGRAND, b. October 13, 1849, Warren County, Kentucky; d. October 14, 1931, Livingston County, Kentucky; m. MARY E. UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1866-1899; b. WFT Est. 1845-1865; d. WFT Est. 1866-1949. WILSON THOMAS LEGRAND, b. August 12, 1852, Warren County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1853-1942. JAMES L. LEGRAND, b. December 25, 1854, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1886-1945; m. FRANCES J. BOND, September 14, 1881, Butler County, Kentucky; b. 1858, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 18871952. CHARLES C. LEGRAND, b. 1856, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1857-1946. MARY F. LEGRAND, b. August 13, 1858, Butler County, Kentucky; d. February 14, 1942, Butler County, Kentucky; m. LEON TEMPLE NEAL, October 19, 1882, Butler County, Kentucky; b. November 24, 1845, Butler County, Kentucky; d. May 06, 1919, Butler County, Kentucky. ELIZA LEGRAND, b. 1863, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1864-1957. SALLY ANN LEGRAND, b. 1864, Butler County, Kentucky; d. November 20, 1912, Butler County, Kentucky; m. AMERICUS PHELPS, October 12, 1891, Butler County, Kentucky; b. November 28, 1855, Butler County, Kentucky; d. WFT Est. 1896-1946.

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161. ROBERT4 CAGLE, JR. (ROBERT3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1875 in Henderson County, Tennessee. He married (1) A NNA GULLORY. She was born Abt. 1826 in Decatur County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1879-1921. He married (2) N ANCY UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1823-1853. She was born 1807 in Ohio, and died WFT Est. 1823-1901. He married (3) R EBECCA UNKNOWN Abt. 1826 in Hardeman County, Tennessee. She was born 1806 in Decatur County, Tennessee, and died 1859 in Izard County, Arkansas.

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Notes for ROBERT CAGLE, JR.: Robert moved to Perry-Decatur County, Tennessee with Robert, Sr, later moved a short distance to Hardeman County, Tennessee and began to appear in the records of County Court: January 1828: Robert Cagle named to serve on the Road Jury, on the road from Michael Reed's to the County line. Also, Robert Cagle served on the Petit Jury, in the cases of the State vs. William McBee, and Peter Bertrand vs Josiah Hatley. October 1828: Robert Cagle named to serve on the Road Jury delegated to repairing the Fowler Road. January 1829: Robert Cagle again named to serve on the Road Jury. At this same time Robert, Sr. was appearing on the census of Perry County, TN 011001-011101. Robert, Jr. is also, included on the Tax Lists of 1836 and 1837 District #13, Hardeman County, Tennessee. Robert was a Justice of the Peace in Hardeman County and appears in the Marriage Book 1 (1823-1838) and Marriage Book 2 (1838-1852) six times as conducting marriage ceremonies and once as a bondsman. The final appearance of Robert Cagle, Jr. in Hardeman County, Tennessee are in the Minutes of County Court, 1838: Robert Cagle among those signing for a copy of the Acts of the Tennessee Legislature. He does not appear in the records of Hardeman County from 1830 to 1836. There is a possibility that he lived briefly in Illinois (County unknown) during this period, for the 1850 Census of Searcy County, Arkansas shows his second son, George W. Cagle was born 1832 in Illinois. Thus, it would appear that he lived briefly in Illinois, moved back to Hardeman County, Tennessee in the 1836-1838 era, and finally migrated to Arkansas by 1840. Robert Cagle, Jr., 1805-1875, lived in old Izard County, Arkansas, in the Ozark region of that state, where he resided for the remainder of his life, although boundary changes later placed him in the counties of Searcy and Stone.

More About ROBERT CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1830, Hardeman County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Izard County, Arkansas Census 3: 1850, Searcy County, Arkansas Census 4: 1870, Izard County, Arkansas Tax List 1: 1836, Hardeman County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1837, Hardeman County, Tennessee Children of ROBERT CAGLE and ANNA GULLORY are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. TABITHA5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1851-1944. ELIZA J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1853-1946. NANCY E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1853, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1854-1947. WILLIAM D. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1857, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1858-1947. MARTHA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1860-1953. ISAAC R. CAGLE, b. April 01, 1862, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. June 18, 1925; m. G ILLIE ANN OWEN, July 18, 1889, Lincoln County, Arkansas; d. Unknown. EDMOND E. CAGLE, b. June 1865, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1902-1956; m. C YNTHIA A. UNKNOWN; b. August 1872, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. SARAH ANN CAGLE, b. May 06, 1867, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. May 18, 1934, Dunklin County, Missouri; m. NELSON BRITT; b. 1863, Tennessee; d. Unknown. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. October 1870, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1908-1961; m. ELIZABETH UNKNOWN; b. December 1874, Tennessee; d. Unknown. GRANVILLE M. CAGLE, b. February 1878, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1912-1969; m. JENNIE UNKNOWN; b. July 1882; d. Unknown.

Children of ROBERT CAGLE and REBECCA UNKNOWN are:

xi. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. 1826, Hardeman County, Tennessee; d. June 24, 1905, Bartlett, Bell County, Texas; m. UNKNOWN MCGUIRE, WFT Est. 1840-1872; b. WFT Est. 1809-1829; d. WFT Est. 1843-1915. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: June 24, 1905, Bartlett Cemetery, Bartlett, Bell County, Texas Census 1: 1830, Hardeman County, Tennessee with parents Census 2: 1850, Searcy County, Arkansas with parents at age 24 years. Census 3: 1860, Izard County, Arkansas with father at age 34 years.

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ROBERT LEE CAGLE, b. 1833, Bates, Arkansas; d. January 01, 1999, Bates, Arkansas; m. BETTY UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1850-1883; b. WFT Est. 1829-1849; d. WFT Est. 1854-1933. Notes for ROBERT LEE CAGLE: The following obituary appeared in the Waldron News issue of February 10, 1999: "Bobby Lee Cagle, 65, of Bates, Arkansas died January 1, in his home. He was retired from the Ouachita Correctional Facility, a veteran of the Korean Conflict, served in the National Guard, Navy, and Air Force. He was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Bessie Cagle and a brother, Edgar Cagle. Funeral service was at 2 P.M., February 4, at Bates Assembly of God church with burial at Gipson Cemetery at Bates, Arkansas under the direction of Martin Funeral Home of Waldron. Survivors include his wife Betty; one son and daughter-in-law, Bobby Allan and Rebekah Cagle of London, England, two step daughters Marilyn Hailey of Poteau, Oklahoma and Carolyn Boga of Vallejo, California; two step sons, Kenneth Braziel of Pinole, California and David Braziel of Bentonville, Arkansas, two sisters, Louise Adams of Poteau, Oklahoma, Dessie May Hill of Mira Loma, California; two brothers, William Cagle of Heavener, Oklahoma, James Cagle of Heavener, Oklahoma; several nieces and nephews, cousins, brothers and sisters in Christ; 9 step grandchildren; a number of step great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Terry Nix, Mike Nix, Troy Nevills, David Braziel, Johnny Mengell, Rich Maxwell. Vewing was from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. February 4."

More About ROBERT LEE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Bobby" Burial: January 04, 1999, Gipson Cemetery, Bates, Arkansas xv. xvi. xvii. xviii. xix. EDGAR CAGLE, b. 1835; d. WFT Est. 1836-1925. JAMES CAGLE, b. Abt. 1837, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1838-1927. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. Abt. 1839, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1840-1929. LOUISE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1841, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1855-1935; m. UNKNOWN ADAMS, WFT Est. 18551888; b. WFT Est. 1824-1844; d. WFT Est. 1858-1930. DESSIE MAE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1843, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1857-1937; m. UNKNOWN HILL, WFT Est. 18571890; b. WFT Est. 1826-1846; d. WFT Est. 1860-1932.

162. PAUL4 CAGLE (ROBERT3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1806 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died August 19, 1882 in Attala County, Mississippi. He married SARAH KATE TIPTON Abt. 1828 in Tennessee, daughter of WILLIAM TIPTON and MARGARET FOWLER. She was born 1814 in Tennessee, and died June 22, 1894 in Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi. Notes for PAUL CAGLE: Over the years speculation about the origins of Paul Cagle of Attala County, Mississippi, have been the subject of discussion of many researchers working on the Cagle family. What motivated Paul's move to Attala County from Tennessee, via Tishomingo County, Mississippi, is a question yet to be resolved. There is a school of thought that Paul's southward migration into Mississippi is somehow connected to the northward migration of Roger Cagle, Sr., who was near Clinton, Louisiana, in 1810, in Amite County, Mississippi, in 1815; Copiah County, Mississippi, in 1825 and Madison County, Mississippi, in 1833. Roger Cagle, Sr.'s whereabouts after 1844, if he was still alive, are unknown, but his youngest son, Roger, Jr., was in Attala County by 1836. It is possible Paul was a brother of Roger, Sr. and thus the motivation was to rejoin other family members. Perhaps another reason can be found in the Mary M. Fenwick's book, Attala County Mississippi Cemeteries. Mary's book enumerates those interned in The East Union Cemetery, north of Kosciusko, not far from where Paul settled. In the cemetery there is a double stone marking two very old graves. The double stone suggests the graves are those of close relatives, perhaps a mother and daughter or two sisters. The graves are those of Margaret Tipton born March 22, 1790, who died September 7, 1852, at the age of 62 years, 5 month and 16 days and Melissa Cagle born July 30, 1805, who died September 14, 1818 at the age of 13 years, I month and 15 days. Also buried there are two other

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Tipton children and William Elbert Cagle believed to be the son of Paul Cagle. Paul Cagle, having established residence in McNairy County, Tennessee by 1830, appeared in a document there on December 25, 1832, in which he acted with power of attorney on behalf of Isham Medford. Then, on March 12, 1833, Paul received from the State of Tennessee a land grant in McNairy County for 25 acres, on the Hatchie River, in Ranges 1 and 2 and Section 1. Paul Cagle's wife was Sara Kate Tipton whom he married in Tennessee. Notice that Margaret Tipton, who died in 1852, was still living during the first fifteen years that Paul and Sarah Kate Cagle lived in Attala County. There is probably a link between Sarah Kate Tipton and Margaret Tipton. There is very probably a link between Paul Cagle, Margaret Tipton and Malissa Cagle. Was Malissa the wife of a relative of Paul Cagle and daughter of Margaret? Was Malissa the daughter of Margaret Tipton who was married to a Cagle at the time of Malissa's birth and who later married a Tipton? Answers to these questions may provide insight to Paul's motive for moving to Attala County. The Ancestry of Paul Cagle has remained unclear throughout all the years this writer has been researching the Cagle Families in Mississippi. Perhaps the best theory of Paul Cagle's lineage is that Paul is the son of Roger Cagle, Sr.'s brother, Robert Cagle, and nephew of Roger Cagle, Sr. This genealogy assumes Paul Cagle of Attala County, Mississippi, is the son of old Robert Cagle who was a younger brother of Roger Cagle, Sr. Support for this theory can be found in, The Cagle Journal of Historical , John G. Cagle, Little Rock, April 1996 page 4, where he writes: "Among the young Cagles to leave Tennessee during the 1830's were Green L., the supposed son of David, who moved from Perry County, Tennessee, to Franklin County, Arkansas, and Paul and Robert, the supposed sons of old Robert, who went respectively, from McNairy County, Tennessee, to Tishomingo County, Mississippi, and from Hardeman County, Tennessee, to lzard County, Arkansas." On page 190 of Probate Book No. 1, 1858-1863, (December 19, 1859) Paul Cagle is recorded as follows: "Stephen J. Flanagan, guardian of William and James J. Fondren, presented his final account and requested division of property because William and James J. Fondren are now over twenty-one years of age. Ozias Lewis, Paul Cagle and John G. Stephens were appointed commissioners to divide the property." Paul Cagle is listed in Attala County Deed Book A, Page 157, (8 April 1854) as follows: "John Biggs sold to Paul Cagle for $22.87, 18 1/4 acres, land description: NE quarter of SW quarter of Sec 26, Twp 15, Range 7 East." Paul Cagle is listed in Attala County, Mississippi, Deed Book A, page 159 (20 November 1849) as follows: "Daniel M. Herrod and Mary M. Herrod, his wife, sold to Paul Cagle for $600, land description: West Half of SW quarter of Section 26 and NE quarter of SW quarter of Section 27, and East half of SE quarter of Section 8, Twp 15, Range 7 Ease." Paul Cagle is listed in Attala County, Mississippi, Deed Book A, page 417 (August 28, 1858)as follows: "James W. Summerhill leased to Thomas D. Savage, Paul Cagle, N. G. Hudson, A. R. Hines and Jno. Biggs, trustees of schools and lands, for $7.50, 2 1/2 acres on East half of SE quarter and west half of SE quarter of Section 8, Twp 15, Range 7 East." Another researcher of this line is Yvonne Simpson <[email protected]> More About PAUL CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1807, North Carolina Burial: August 20, 1882, East Union Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census: 1837, Tishomingo County, Mississippi, Tax Roll Census 1: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee with parents. Census 2: 1830, McNairy County, Tennessee Census 3: 1840, Tishomingo County, Mississippi Census 4: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Census 5: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with wife Sarah and 3 children.

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Census 6: 1870, Attala County, Mississippi with wife Sarah and 2 children. Occupation: Farmer Tax List: 1837, Tishomingo County, Mississippi More About SARAH KATE TIPTON: Burial: June 23, 1894, East Union Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census 1: 1860, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Census 2: 1880, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Children of PAUL CAGLE and SARAH TIPTON are:

379. i. ii. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. 1827, Hardeman County, Tennessee; d. January 02, 1872, Attala County, Mississippi. MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1832, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. January 21, 1885, Attala County, Mississippi. More About MARGARET CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Tishomingo County, Mississippi with parents. Census 2: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Census 3: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 29 years. Census 4: 1870, Attala County, Mississippi Census 5: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 48 years. 380. 381. iii. iv. v. MINERVA LUCINDA CAGLE, b. December 04, 1833, Tennessee; d. January 17, 1916, Attala County, Mississippi. ADELINE CAGLE, b. 1834, Perry County, Tennessee; d. September 05, 1868, Attala County, Mississippi. WILLIAM ELBERT CAGLE, b. May 01, 1837, Attala County, Mississippi; d. July 01, 1849, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi. More About WILLIAM ELBERT CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Kosciusko City Cemetery, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi vi. CHARLOTTA B. CAGLE, b. 1842, Attala County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1856-1936; m. C . WALLACE, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931. More About CHARLOTTA B. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 16 years. 382. vii. ROBERT HENRY CAGLE, b. January 12, 1848, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi; d. December 11, 1897, Attala County, Mississippi.

163. JOHN DAVID4 CAGLE (ROBERT3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 15, 1812 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died January 01, 1882 in Decatur County, Tennessee. He married E LIZABETH C. BAUGH Abt. 1832 in Decatur County, Tennessee. She was born July 19, 1815 in Tennessee, and died November 18, 1885 in Decatur County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN DAVID CAGLE: David had been in Hardeman County, Tennessee on the 1836 Tax List and remained in Hardeman at the time of the 1840 Census, returned to the Decatur County area at some point during the 1840's, and in 1849 made an entry for a land grant of 331 acres, lying largely in Carroll County, but also partly in Decatur County, and adjoining the north boundary of Henderson County. The tract was entered in Carroll County, as David's residence was on the Carroll side of the county line, and was granted to David on May 1, 1850. In May 1852 John "David" Cagle entered a tract of 38 and 48/100 acres in Rang 8, Sec 1 in the southern end of Benton County, Tennessee, a few miles to the NE of the 331 acre David Cagle land grant of 1850. The tract was granted to John Cagle on January 2, 1854. The identity of this John Cagle is unclear, but since the tract is so close to Decatur County, it might be wondered if he were identical to David Cagle, whose full name was John David Cagle. David is listed in the 1850 Federal Census for Carroll County, Tennessee along with wife Elizabeth 36, William 18, Henry 16, Isaac 14, Benjamin 9, Martha 6. They are both buried in the Brewer family cemetery that is

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located on a farm in the Northwest part of Decatur County Tennessee, near the Henderson and Carroll County lines, next to the Prospect Church. David also, appears on the 1860 Census of Decatur County, Tennessee next door to Henry Cagle 1776-1860's. David is listed in the 1860 Federal Census for Decatur County, Tennessee, page 39. Included in the census is wife, Elizabeth 43, Tennessee; son, George Henry, 21, Tennessee; son, Benjamin Franklin, 17, Tennessee; daughter, Martha A, 14, Tennessee; daughter, Sarah, 12, Tennessee; daughter, R., 10, Tennessee; son, James A., 7, Tennessee; daughter, Nancy C., 3, Tennessee.

More About JOHN DAVID CAGLE: Burial: January 02, 1882, Brewer Family Cemetery, Decatur County, Tennessee Census 1: 1840, Hardeman County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 3: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with Elizabeth and 7 children. Census 4: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with Elizabeth and 3 children. Tax List: 1836, Hardeman County, Tennessee More About ELIZABETH C. BAUGH: Burial: November 18, 1885, Brewer Family Cemetery, Decatur County, Tennessee Children of JOHN CAGLE and ELIZABETH BAUGH are:

383. 384. 385. 386. 387. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. WILLIAM R.5 CAGLE, b. April 04, 1833, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1865-1924. GEORGE HENRY CAGLE, b. November 30, 1836, Bradies Landing, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1873-1929. ISACK CAGLE, b. April 02, 1839, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. 1902, Henderson County, Tennessee. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE, b. October 20, 1842, Bradies Landing, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. January 14, 1912, Decatur County, Tennessee. MARTHA ANN CAGLE, b. April 16, 1845, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. October 18, 1917, Decatur County, Tennessee. SARAH D. CAGLE, b. 1848, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1880-1942. Notes for SARAH D. CAGLE: Sarah was still living with her parents in 1880. More About SARAH D. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 12 years. Census 3: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 22 years. Census 4: 1880, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 32 years. vii. JAMES A. CAGLE, b. May 18, 1853, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. April 21, 1919, Decatur County, Tennessee; m. MARY DORINDA KOLWICK, November 27, 1875, Decatur County, Tennessee; b. July 26, 1843, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1880-1938, Decatur County, Tennessee. More About JAMES A. CAGLE: Burial: April 22, 1919, Prospect Cemetery, Decatur County, Tennessee Census 1: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years. Census 2: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 17 years. More About MARY DORINDA KOLWICK: Burial: Unknown, Prospect Cemetery, Decatur County, Tennessee viii. NANCY P. CAGLE, b. September 13, 1857, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1951. More About NANCY P. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 13 years.

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164. HENRY C.4 CAGLE (ROBERT3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1825 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died 1899 in Henderson County, Tennessee. He married E LIZABETH HARRIS December 11, 1859 in Decatur County, Tennessee. She was born 1842 in Decatur County, Tennessee, and died 1898 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Notes for HENRY C. CAGLE: On September 24, 1862 Henry enlisted in the Union Army, along with his two nephews George Henry Cagle, Benjamin Franklin Cagle and James Johnson for a period of one year. They were all assigned to D Company 7th Tennessee Cavalry. While in service near Saulsbury, Tennessee on a charge against the enemy, his horse fell and he was stepped on by other horses while on the ground, injuring his chest. He was discharged at Saulsbury, Tennessee on October 25, 1863. In later years he tried to get a pension due to these injuries but was declined. On March 25, 1891, he was listed as 66 years old, 5 feet 6 1/2 inches tall, weight 204 pounds. Henry was in the 1850, 1860, and 1870 Census for Decatur County, Tennessee. Decatur County, Deed Book 5, page 66, is a faded and partly-illegible transaction which seems to bear the date January 2, 1860, and in which he conveys his interest in the 110 acre tract inherited from Robert, Sr. to another Cagle; the name of the grantee is difficult to decipher, but could be Paul Cagle. Some six years later, February 5, 1866, Henry C. Cagle appeared again in Decatur County records and conveyed his 3/5 interest in the same tract of land to Roger Gibson; thus, it would appear that Henry, at some point during the 1860's, regained the tract which he had sold on January 2, 1860, even though no record of such is found in the deed books. Living with Henry C. during the 1870 US Federal Census of Decatur County, Tennessee along with his wife and three children is Keity (Katy) Brinkley, thought to be the mother of Elizabeth Harris? In the 1870's, Henry moved once again from Decatur County to adjoining Henderson County and appeared in the 1880 Census in Henderson County, at age 55. Afterward, Henry died and is buried at the Laster Cemetery in the NE corner of Henderson County with his grave marked by a Civil War veteran's tombstone.

More About HENRY C. CAGLE: Burial: 1899, Laster Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 25 years. Census 2: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with wife Elizabeth Harris. Census 3: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with wife Elizabeth and 3 children. More About ELIZABETH HARRIS: Burial: 1898, Laster Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee Census: 1860, Decatur County, Tennessee with husband Henry C. Cagle. Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH HARRIS are:

i. WILLIAM G.5 CAGLE, b. July 25, 1861, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1951. More About WILLIAM G. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 8 years. ii. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. August 18, 1866, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1955. More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 4 years. iii. MARY LEE CAGLE, b. December 03, 1869, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963. More About MARY LEE CAGLE: Census: 1870, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 6 months. iv. v. vi. ROBERT G. CAGLE, b. May 28, 1873, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. July 26, 1873, Henderson County, Tennessee. JAMES L. CAGLE, b. September 29, 1876, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1877-1966. MINERVA CAGLE, b. December 1879, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1880-1973.

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165. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (ROBERT3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1828 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1863 in Henderson County, Tennessee. She married P ORTER GIBSON 1843 in Henderson County, Tennessee. He was born February 23, 1827 in Henderson County, Tennessee, and died 1910 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE: On May 10, 1859, Elizabeth sold her 1/5 of the 110 acre tract that she had inherited from her father's estate to her brother, Henry C. Cagle, which gave him a 3/5 interest in the property. This is recorded in Decatur County, Tennessee Deed book Volume 5 on pages 14-15.

More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with husband and 2 children. Notes for PORTER GIBSON: Porter enlisted as a private in C Company, 15th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA at Dyersburg, Tennessee on November 9, 1863. He did not serve long as he was wounded in action on Christmas Eve 1863 in a skirmish at Estanaula, on the Hatchie River in West Tennessee. It is believed that he went home to recover and never returned. Porter was a farmer and shoemaker. Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and PORTER GIBSON are:

i. WILLIAM5 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1845, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1850-1935. More About WILLIAM GIBSON: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 years. ii. ROGER R. GIBSON, b. 1849, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880. More About ROGER R. GIBSON: Census: 1850, Decatur County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 months. iii. MARTHA GIBSON, b. 1850, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. Bet. 1893 - 1909, Medina, Gibson County, Tennessee; m. MOSES PAUL RAINEY, Bef. 1867, Gibson County, Tennessee; b. October 23, 1832; d. WFT Est. 1894-1925, Tennessee. More About MOSES PAUL RAINEY: Burial: Unknown, Hope Well Cemetery, Medina, Gibson County, Tennessee iv. v. vi. HENRY GIBSON, b. 1852, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1871; m. L OUISE UNKNOWN, Aft. 1870; b. WFT Est. 1833-1858; d. WFT Est. 1875-1947. JOHN GIBSON, b. Abt. 1854, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. ELIZABETH GIBSON, b. 1856, Decatur County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, Tennessee; m. MOSES PAUL RAINEY, Bef. 1892, Tennessee; b. October 23, 1832; d. WFT Est. 1894-1925, Tennessee. More About MOSES PAUL RAINEY: Burial: Unknown, Hope Well Cemetery, Medina, Gibson County, Tennessee vii. THOMAS ALLEN GIBSON, b. March 15, 1860, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. December 06, 1950, Decatur County, Tennessee; m. (1) AMANDA MOORE, Aft. 1890, Henderson County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1851-1873; d. WFT Est. 1895-1962; m. (2) F RANCES ELIZABETH GREENER, January 21, 1896, Henderson County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1855-1879; d. WFT Est. 1901-1967; m. (3) M ARY L. P. CAGLE, July 27, 1900, Henderson County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1856-1883; d. WFT Est. 1905-1971; m. (4) VIRGIE LEONA TOWNSELL, September 03, 1916, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1858-1898; d. WFT Est. 19201986. More About THOMAS ALLEN GIBSON: Burial: Unknown, Bear Creek Cemetery, Decatur County, Tennessee

166. SUSANNA4 CAGLE (JOHN LOUIS3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1802, and died WFT Est.

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1838-1897. She married (1) JAMES RUCKER December 22, 1823 in Amite County, Mississippi. He was born WFT Est. 1776-1805, and died Abt. 1829 in Copiah County, Mississippi. She married (2) DRURY WATSON October 01, 1831 in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was born Abt. 1792, and died Unknown. She married (3) JOHN CROSSWELL March 04, 1833 in Madison County, Mississippi. He was born WFT Est. 1784-1813, and died WFT Est. 1838-1898. Notes for SUSANNA CAGLE: After Susanna and James Rucker were married they moved north to Copiah County, Mississippi where James then appeared on the Tax Rolls for 1823 through 1828. By the time of the 1830 Census of Copiah County, Susanna is listed as a widow with three sons and one daughter, all under ten years of age.

More About SUSANNA CAGLE: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi Children of SUSANNA CAGLE and JAMES RUCKER are:

i. SON5 RUCKER, b. 1825, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1826-1915. More About SON RUCKER: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi with mother at age 5 years. ii. SON RUCKER, b. 1826, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1827-1916. More About SON RUCKER: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi with mother at age 4 years. iii. SON RUCKER, b. 1828, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1829-1918. More About SON RUCKER: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi with mother at age 2 years. iv. DAUGHTER RUCKER, b. 1829, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1830-1923. More About DAUGHTER RUCKER: Census: 1830, Copiah County, Mississippi with mother at age 1 year.

167. WILLIAM HENRY4 CAGLE (JOHN LOUIS3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Georgia, and died Abt. 1873 in Madison County, Mississippi. He married ELIZABETH HENRY August 12, 1835 in Madison County, Mississippi. She was born 1813 in East Tennessee, and died Unknown. More About WILLIAM HENRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Fannin, Rankin County, Mississippi More About ELIZABETH HENRY: Census 1: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Fannin, Rankin County, Mississippi Census 3: 1880, Madison County, Mississippi Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and ELIZABETH HENRY are:

388. 389. i. ii. iii. WILLIAM HENRY5 CAGLE, JR., b. 1836, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1865-1927. TEMPERANCE JANE CAGLE, b. 1838, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1880-1933. MARY CAGLE, b. 1842, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1843-1936. More About MARY CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 18 years. Census 2: 1870, Madison County, Mississippi iv. MATILDA CAGLE, b. 1843, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937.

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More About MATILDA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 13 years. 390. v. vi. SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. October 16, 1843, Madison County, Mississippi; d. October 17, 1925, Shelby County, Texas. CHANDLER P. BRADLEY CAGLE, b. 1847, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1870-1938. More About CHANDLER P. BRADLEY CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1848, Madison County, Mississippi Census 1: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 12 years. Census 2: 1870, Fannin, Rankin County, Mississippi 391. vii. viii. THOMAS PERRY CAGLE, b. July 13, 1849, Madison County, Mississippi; d. July 10, 1921, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Texas. LUCY CAGLE, b. 1855, Madison County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949. More About LUCY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 5 years.

168. ISAAC4 CAGLE (JOHN LOUIS3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died 1873 in Rankin County, Mississippi. He married (1) MARGARET SMITH February 16, 1841 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. She was born WFT Est. 1802-1826, and died August 16, 1843 in Lawrence County, Mississippi. He married (2) PENELOPE ANGELINE CAUSEY September 12, 1846 in Copiah County, Mississippi. She was born 1829 in Mississippi, and died November 10, 1860 in Emory, Holmes County, Mississippi. He married (3) M ARGARET A. BATTE February 24, 1862 in Rankin County, Mississippi. She was born 1832 in South Carolina, and died September 1869 in Scott County, Mississippi. He married (4) M ISSOURI CALLI NOBLES June 04, 1870 in Rankin County, Mississippi. She was born 1823 in Rankin County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1885-1943. Notes for ISAAC CAGLE: After his father, John's death, Isaac accompanied his mother to Holmes County in Central Mississippi about 1830. It was here that Joseph M, Cagle was born. Isaac served in the military in the Civil War, CSA Army. He enlisted in August 1864 as a Private in Yerger's Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry at Brandon, Scott County, Mississippi. Missouri Callie Nobles was the fourth wife of Isaac.

More About ISAAC CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1819, Choctaw County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with Penelope and 3 children. Census 2: 1870, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with Missouri and 3 children. Military service: August 1864, Private, Yerger's Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry, at Brandon, Scott County, Mississippi Occupation: Farmer Notes for MARGARET SMITH: Appearing in a Natchez, Mississippi newspaper: "Mississippi Free Trader, on September 6, 1843, found in Marriages and Deaths from Mississippi Newspapers, Volume No. 2, 1801-1850, compiled by Betty Couch Wilshire, (Heritage Books, Bowie, MD), 1989, as follows: Died in Lawrence County, on the 16th August, Mrs Margaret Kagle, Consort of Mr. Isaac Kagle, and on the 17th their infant son, John Kagle." Marriage Notes for I SAAC CAGLE and MARGARET SMITH: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900. Recorded in Marriage Book 2, page 39 on February 16 in Lawrence County, Mississippi.

More About PENELOPE ANGELINE CAUSEY: Burial: Unknown, Emory, Holmes County, Mississippi Census: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with Isaac.

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More About MARGARET A. BATTE: Alternate Death: September 1869, Rankin County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for I SAAC CAGLE and MARGARET BATTE: Marriage information Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900 CD. More About MISSOURI CALLI NOBLES: Alternate Birth: 1848, Mississippi Census 1: 1870, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with Isaac Census 2: 1880, Sharon, Madison County, Mississippi with husband, Richard Lawrence. Marriage Notes for I SAAC CAGLE and MISSOURI NOBLES: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900 CD.

Child of ISAAC CAGLE and MARGARET SMITH is:

i. JOHN5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1843, Lawrence County, Mississippi; d. August 17, 1843, Natchez, Lawrence County, Mississippi.

Children of ISAAC CAGLE and PENELOPE CAUSEY are:

392. 393. ii. iii. iv. WILLIAM A.5 CAGLE, b. 1846, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1879-1937. JAMES F. CAGLE, b. August 1848, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1895-1940, North West, Red RiverCounty, Texas. SARAH MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1849, Copiah County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1870-1943. More About SARAH MARGARET CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 8 months. Census 2: 1870, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 20 years. 394. 395. v. vi. vii. STEVE S. CAGLE, b. June 1852, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1913-1946. REVEREND JOSEPH M. CAGLE, b. December 27, 1852, Holmes County, Mississippi; d. July 25, 1910, Davis, Garvin County, Oklahoma. MAGNOLIA CAGLE, b. 1856, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1870-1950. More About MAGNOLIA CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Nola Census: 1870, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi with parents at age 14 years.

Children of ISAAC CAGLE and MISSOURI NOBLES are:

396. 397. viii. ix. SAMUEL JUSTIN5 CAGLE, b. April 12, 1871, Choctaw County, Mississippi; d. May 23, 1935, Dunn, Richland Parish, Louisiana. GEORGE ISAAC CAGLE, b. February 22, 1873, Mississippi; d. November 15, 1924, Fondren, Hinds County, Mississippi.

169. ELI4 CAGLE (JOHN LOUIS3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 28, 1823 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died January 09, 1891 in Pelahatchie, Rankin County, Mississippi. He married SARAH SPROLES Abt. 1850. She was born 1818, and died WFT Est. 1861-1913. Notes for ELI CAGLE: Eli served in the military in the Civil War, CSA Army, July 30, 1862. Eli appears in the microfilmed records of Mississippi Veterans and Military Units in the Civil War. The records are located at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History in the Old Capitol Building at Jackson, Mississippi, Microfilm Roll No. 204. Eli served as a Private in Company G, 1st Regiment Mississippi State Troops. Enlisted July 3, 1862 by Colonel P. Henry. More About ELI CAGLE: Burial: January 10, 1891, New Prospect Cemetery, Pelahatchie, Rankin County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi

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Census 2: 1860, Rankin County, Mississippi Military service: July 30, 1862, Civil War, CSA Army More About SARAH SPROLES: Census: 1860, Rankin County, Mississippi Children of ELI CAGLE and SARAH SPROLES are:

i. ELIZABETH P.5 CAGLE, b. 1851, Rankin County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1883-1945; m. J OHN G. MALONE, August 26, 1878, Rankin County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1830-1858; d. WFT Est. 1883-1943. More About ELIZABETH P. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Rankin County, Mississippi with parents at age 9 years. ii. MARY ANN CAGLE, b. 1855, Rankin County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1881-1949; m. J OB C. HUGHES, January 13, 1875, Rankin County, Mississippi; b. WFT Est. 1830-1856; d. WFT Est. 1880-1943. More About MARY ANN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Rankin County, Mississippi with parents at age 5 years. iii. JO ANNA CAGLE, b. 1859, Rankin County, Mississippi; d. September 11, 1868, Pelahatchi, Rankin County, Mississippi. More About JO ANNA CAGLE: Burial: September 12, 1868, New Prospect Cemetery, Pelahatchie, Rankin County, Mississippi Census: 1860, Rankin County, Mississippi

170. ADAM4 CAGLE (PAUL3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1817 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1880 in Dunklin County, Missouri. He married MARY B. WILSON 1839 in Perry County, Tennessee. She was born 1815 in Perry County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1880 in Dunklin County, Missouri. More About ADAM CAGLE: Census 1: 1820, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 0-10 years. Census 2: 1830, Perry County, Tennessee with father at age 10-20 years. Census 3: 1840, Perry County, Tennessee Census 4: 1850, Green County, Arkansas Census 5: 1860, Green County, Arkansas Census 6: 1870, Dunklin County, Missouri Children of ADAM CAGLE and MARY WILSON are:

i. ALFRED J.5 CAGLE, b. September 1840, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1884-1932; m. (1) E MALINE UNKNOWN, Abt. 1859, Green County, Arkansas; b. 1841, Perry County, Tennessee; d. 1869, Dunklin County, Missouri; m. (2) CHARLOTTE UNKNOWN, Abt. 1870; b. January 1842; d. WFT Est. 1883-1937. HENRY P. WILSON CAGLE, b. August 1843, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1900-1935; m. M ELISSA CLIFFORD, WFT Est. 1862-1887, Arkansas; b. 1847, Arkansas; d. Bef. 1900, Clay County, Arkansas. More About HENRY P. WILSON CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Greene County, Arkansas with parents at age 7 years. Census 2: 1860, Greene County, Arkansas with parents at age 17 years. Census 3: 1870, Dunklin County, Missouri with parents at age 27 years. Census 4: 1880, Clay County, Arkansas with Melissa and 4 children. Census 5: 1900, Clay County, Arkansas with Rebecca and 3 children. and 4 children. iii. iv. ELIZABETH I. CAGLE, b. 1845, Perry County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1846-1939. LEMUEL TAYLOR CAGLE, b. 1848, Big Creek, Greene County, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1889-1939; m. (1) LORINDA A. UNKNOWN, Abt. 1869, Greene County, Arkansas; b. 1850, Greene County, Arkansas; d. Bef. 1884, Dunklin County, Missouri; m. (2) M ARY J. CREWES, March 11, 1884, Dunklin County, Missouri; b. September 1844, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1888-1939. ADAM GREEN CAGLE, b. June 29, 1851, Big Creek, Greene County, Arkansas; d. July 12, 1941, Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.

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171. HULDA MALISSA4 CAGLE (PAUL3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 18, 1853 in Clay Township, Dunklin County, Missouri, and died 1928. She married CHARLES M. BUEST January 18, 1874 in Dunklin County, Missouri. He was born WFT Est. 1825-1854, and died WFT Est. 1879-1941. Child of HULDA CAGLE and CHARLES BUEST is:

i. EMILY ELIZABETH5 BUEST, b. October 31, 1874; d. January 19, 1951, Savannah, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma; m. HENRY ELLINGTON, April 28, 1892, Randolph County, Arkansas; b. WFT Est. 1847-1874; d. WFT Est. 1897-1961.

172. RICHARD4 CAGLE (SIMON JOHNSON3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1842 in New Madrid County, Missouri, and died Bef. 1870. He married E MELINE UNKNOWN. She was born 1836 in Tennessee, and died Unknown. Notes for RICHARD CAGLE: Pemiscot County, Missouri Receiver's Book: Cagle, Richard 1855 40 Acres in Township 18; 40 Acres in Township 20. Cagle, Richard 1860 80 Acres in Township 18. Simon and the rest of the family moved west to Dunklin County, however, Richard remained in Pemiscot County for the census of 1860. More About RICHARD CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Humphries County, Missouri Census 2: 1840, New Madrid County, Missouri Census 3: 1850, New Madrid County, Missouri Census 4: 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri More About EMELINE UNKNOWN: Census: 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri Children of RICHARD CAGLE and EMELINE UNKNOWN are:

i. SUSAN5 CAGLE, b. 1855, Pemiscot County, Missouri; d. Unknown. More About SUSAN CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri Census 2: 1870, Pemiscot County, Missouri ii. WRIGHT CAGLE, b. 1856, Pemiscot County, Missouri; d. Unknown. More About WRIGHT CAGLE: Census: 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri iii. BUDDY CAGLE, b. 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri; d. Unknown. More About BUDDY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Pemiscot County, Missouri iv. JANE CAGLE, b. 1861, Dunklin County, Missouri; d. Unknown; m. E . BLANKENSHIP, January 14, 1883, Pemiscot County, Missouri; d. Unknown. More About JANE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Janey" Census: 1870, Dunklin County, Missouri

173. ANNA MARY4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born August 1798 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died November 08, 1865 in Hall County, Georgia. She married WILLIAM C. CAGLE February 20, 1820 in Habersham County, Georgia. He was born 1797 in Habersham County, Georgia, and died April 17, 1881 in Hall County, Georgia.

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Notes for ANNA MARY CAGLE: The death certificate of David Crockett Cagle, Mary's son, lists his mothers name as Polly Hemington. It is possible that Mary "Polly" was a step-daughter of Jacob Cagle, C.1766-1858 and "Hemington" was her real maiden name. Perhaps she took the Cagle surname.

More About ANNA MARY CAGLE: Burial: November 09, 1865, Timber Ridge Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia Notes for WILLIAM C. CAGLE: William served in the 93rd Battalion of the Hall County, Georgia Dragoons, in 1836. The unit was commanded by Major Barber. This line also being researched by JILL PLESS" <[email protected]>

More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE: Burial: April 17, 1881, Timber Ridge Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia Children of ANNA CAGLE and WILLIAM CAGLE are:

i. ii. iii. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. 1822, Habersham County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1852-1916; m. J OSEPH MARION MARTIN, December 26, 1847, Hall County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1800-1827; d. WFT Est. 1852-1913. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1827, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1856-1921; m. JOHN J. HEAD, January 20, 1850, Hall County, Georgia; b. 1830; d. WFT Est. 1856-1921. JACOB C. CAGLE, b. 1828, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1876, Hall County, Georgia; m. L UTHANY M. TYLER, October 07, 1849, Hall County, Georgia; b. March 1832; d. 1916, Hall County, Georgia. Notes for JACOB C. CAGLE: Also, being researched by Susan Lowe Jones<[email protected]> iv. HENRY CICERO CAGLE, b. March 07, 1830, Hall County, Georgia; d. January 05, 1887, Hall County, Georgia; m. RACHEL ANN REYNOLD, Abt. 1855, Hall County, Georgia; b. July 20, 1835, Hall County, Georgia; d. March 01, 1917. DAVID CROCKETT CAGLE, b. May 11, 1835, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia; d. May 06, 1923, Fanshawe, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. MARY POLLY CAGLE, b. 1837, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1884. MILLIE CAGLE, b. 1840, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1841-1934.

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174. NANCY L.4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1801 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1867-1898. She married (1) H IRAM CAPE January 15, 1824 in Hall County, Georgia. He was born 1801, and died WFT Est. 1866-1895. She married (2) W ILLIAM E. SHOCKLEY February 09, 1865. He was born November 24, 1828, and died WFT Est. 1870-1919. Children of NANCY CAGLE and HIRAM CAPE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. 400. viii. SARAH E.5 CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1836-1930; m. ELIJAH HULSEY, WFT Est. 18361881; b. WFT Est. 1810-1846; d. WFT Est. 1836-1925. T. K. CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1840-1927; m. LETTIE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1840-1885; b. WFT Est. 1820-1854; d. WFT Est. 1840-1935. M. J. CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1826-1927. WILLIAM MARION CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1840-1927; m. SUSAN J. HEAD, WFT Est. 1840-1885; b. WFT Est. 1820-1854; d. WFT Est. 1840-1935. NANCY L. CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1836-1930; m. WILLIAM E. SHOCKLEY, WFT Est. 1836-1881; b. WFT Est. 1810-1846; d. WFT Est. 1836-1925. HIRAM T. CAPE, b. WFT Est. 1820-1848; d. WFT Est. 1826-1927. JACOB M. CAPE, b. 1848; d. WFT Est. 1865-1938; m. NANCY JANE HARRIS, WFT Est. 1865-1898; b. WFT Est. 1844-1864; d. WFT Est. 1865-1948. CICERO H. CAPE, b. December 23, 1866; d. WFT Est. 1883-1956.

175. JACOB S.4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1880 in Cherokee County, Georgia. He married E LIZABETH ROBBINS September 29, 1831 in Hall County, Georgia, daughter of WILLIAM ROBBINS. She was born 1812 in Hall County, Georgia, and died

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1875 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for JACOB S. CAGLE: Jacob married Eliza Robbins in Hall County on September 29, 1831 and they moved to Cherokee County about 1833. They had 12 children. Most of these children, along with Jacob's daughter in law Sara Minerva Grogan, are buried in Hickory Flat Cemetery. Henry Foster Cagle, his first wife Nancy, and Henry's parents Jacob and Eliza, are probably buried there (John G. Cagle's remark), but have no standing tombstones. Jacob was enumerated in the 1850 US Federal Census with wife Eliza 38, Sallie 10, Jacob 8, Rebecca 6, Dorcus 4, Peter 2. He was enumerated in the US Federal Census with wife Eliza 48, the same children, plus John 10, Frances 8, and Osgood 6. Jacob and family were continued in census' for 1860. Jacob served in the 93rd Battalion of the Hall County, Georgia Dragoons commanded by Major Barber, in 1836, as well as his brothers, George and William.

More About JACOB S. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with Eliza and 5 children. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with Eliza and 8 children. Census 3: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 4: 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia Children of JACOB CAGLE and ELIZABETH ROBBINS are:

i. ii. JANE5 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1827-1854; d. WFT Est. 1833-1937. MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. February 08, 1832, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. March 28, 1896, Hardin County, Kentucky; m. REV. JAMES DAY, February 20, 1855, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. August 29, 1835, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 05, 1878, Hardin County, Kentucky. Notes for MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE: Mary and her husband moved to Hardin County, Kentucky where they established permanent residence and reared their family. James was a Baptist Minister. Mary was one of four children missed by the census taker of 1850. If they were not in the house at the time, he didn't count them.

More About MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: March 29, 1896, Hardin County, Kentucky Notes for REV. JAMES DAY: James Day was operating a Grist Mill in the vicinity of Marietta, Georgia, at the time of the Civil war and family legend tells that like most buildings in the path of Sherman's Army it met destruction, too. It is not known why the family chose Hardin County, Kentucky for their move.

More About REV. JAMES DAY: Burial: February 06, 1878, Hardin County, Kentucky Religion: Baptist 401. iii. iv. WILLIAM A. CAGLE, b. January 31, 1835, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. September 13, 1913, Smith County, Texas. HENRY FOSTER CAGLE, b. Abt. 1836, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 01, 1901, Hickory Flat, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. (1) NANCY BARRETT, Abt. 1859, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1821-1845; d. Bef. 1874, Hickory Flat, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. (2) S ARAH MINERVA GROGAN, November 17, 1874, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. November 03, 1851, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. August 18, 1924, Hickory Flat, Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for HENRY FOSTER CAGLE: Henry bought his father's land in Cherokee County, Hickory Flat area, in 1880. Married Nancy Barrett. With her, Henry had children, John Henry, James J. and Indianna [sic] C. Cagle. It seems Henry and Nancy had another child, Marcus, who died before 1880. Nancy died in early 1870's. In 1874 he married Sarah. On January 5, 1880, court granted Henry F. guardianship of his children by his first wife. It appeared they inherited a sizable estate from their mother. Most of these children migrated in adulthood to Texas, as did several of Henry's own brothers and sisters.

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Henry Foster Cagle was a private in Company C 42nd regiment of the Georgia infantry during the Civil War. He enlisted March 4, 1862, and was discharged on April 12, 1862 for an unspecified disability. Then in 1863 he enlisted in the Cherokee Legion, a home guard unit. It consisted of men under 17 or over 45, or men with disabilities.

Notes for SARAH MINERVA GROGAN: Sara is buried on the cemetery lot of her son George Washington Cagle, at Hickory Flat. Sara's dates, according to cemetery plot, are November 3, 1851 - August 18, 1924. I see no other mentions of people with the name Grogan in John G. Cagle's book. However, I checked the Marlin History of Cherokee County also. There are 3 Grogan's mentioned, but only in the context that 3 men by that last name are listed as being members of the Confederate Army during the Civil War.

More About SARAH MINERVA GROGAN: Burial: Unknown, Hickory Flat Cemetery, Hickory Flat, Cherokee County, Georgia v. SALLY CAGLE, b. 1838, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1852-1932; m. W ILL REESE, WFT Est. 1852-1885; b. WFT Est. 1821-1841; d. WFT Est. 1855-1927. More About SALLY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 10 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 20 years. vi. JACOB J. CAGLE, b. January 16, 1839, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1929; m. E LIZA ROHM, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1835-1855; d. WFT Est. 1856-1939. Notes for JACOB J. CAGLE: This was in the FLOYD COUNTY, GEORGIA. Archives MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY F, 23rd REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ARMY OF TENNESSEE C. S. A. COBB, COFFEE & SPALDING COUNTIES, GEORGIA Cagle, Jacob J. - Private August 31,1861. Wounded in right leg and left arm at Crampton's Gap, Maryland, September 14,1862. Captured at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 3,1863. Exchanged at City Point, Virginia, May 23,1863. Roll for April 30,1864, last on file, shows him present. Pension records show he was twelve miles from Greensboro, North Carolina, April 26,1865. Paroled at Cowpens, South Carolina, in 1865. (Born in Cherokee County, Georgia, January 16,1839.) Mollie Charles Pawlik [email protected]

More About JACOB J. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 8 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 18 years. vii. REBECCA L. CAGLE, b. 1844, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1871-1938; m. H IRAM REESE, November 26, 1865, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1819-1846; d. WFT Est. 1870-1933. More About REBECCA L. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 6 years. Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 16 years. viii. DORCUS ANN CAGLE, b. 1846, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1940; m. U NKNOWN TURNER, WFT Est. 1860-1893; b. WFT Est. 1829-1849; d. Unknown. More About DORCUS ANN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 4 years.

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Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 14 years. ix. JOHN BAUSCH CAGLE, b. January 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1896-1942; m. M ARTHA A. PAYNE, WFT Est. 1869-1899; b. February 10, 1855, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 16, 1926, Dill City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Notes for JOHN BAUSCH CAGLE: John lived in Georgia until the late 1880's when he moved to McLennon, Texas and from there to Washita County, Oklahoma. He was listed on the US Federal Census of 1880 for Cherokee, Georgia, District #1010, Hickory Flats, along with wife Martha; Walton, Jacob, and Minnie; then, again on the 1900 US Federal Census of Texas, Vol 76, ed 85, sheet 17; then 1910, Beckham, Oklahoma.

More About JOHN BAUSCH CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 10 years. Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 20 years. More About MARTHA A. PAYNE: Burial: February 17, 1926, Liberty Bell Cemetery, Sentinel, Oklahoma x. FRANCES L. CAGLE, b. 1852, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1870-1942; m. U NKNOWN TURNER, WFT Est. 1869-1902; b. WFT Est. 1848-1868; d. WFT Est. 1869-1952. More About FRANCES L. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 8 years. Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 18 years. xi. DOCTOR OSGOOD CAGLE, b. 1854, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. More About DOCTOR OSGOOD CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 6 years. Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 16 years.

176. JOSEPH ROLAND4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 31, 1808 in Habersham County, Georgia, and died July 14, 1868 in Cherokee County, Georgia. He married REBECCA INGRAM Abt. 1829 in Union County, Georgia, daughter of LITTLE INGRAM and ANNA CAGLE. She was born March 14, 1814 in Union County, Georgia, and died April 19, 1888 in DeKalb County, Alabama. Notes for JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE: Joseph and Rebecca Ingram were first cousins. Joseph, a native of Habersham and Hall Counties, Georgia, was the son of Jacob Cagle, 1766-1850 who had moved to Georgia from Moore County, North Carolina (1830 US Federal Census. Joseph migrated to Cherokee County, Georgia in the 1830's where he settled permanently and appeared in the census of 1840-1850-1860. Joseph lived near his father in Hall County, Georgia before moving to Cherokee County, Georgia. Joseph took off to the Civil War on his father's $400 horse. Actually, he signed up for a six month stint with the home guard and was discharged after his tour of duty.

More About JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE: Burial: July 16, 1868, Mount Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 3: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia Occupation: 1860, Farmer Notes for REBECCA INGRAM: Joseph lived near his father in Hall County, Georgia but, in the 1830's moved to Cherokee County, Georgia, where he settled permanently and appeared in the census of 1840, 1850, and 1860. Rebecca appeared on the census of 1870 with son Charles and daughter Malissa still at home with her. In the 1880 Census, Rebecca was listed living with her daughter and son-in-law Truman Knox and their child Waverly who was 9 months old at the time.

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More About REBECCA INGRAM: Alternate Birth: March 04, 1814, South Carolina Burial: April 21, 1888, Mount Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia widow of Joseph R. Cagle Marriage Notes for J OSEPH CAGLE and REBECCA INGRAM: Joseph and Rebecca were first cousins.

Children of JOSEPH CAGLE and REBECCA INGRAM are:

i. MARY LUCINDA5 CAGLE, b. 1832, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1859-1926; m. J AMES ISAAC YARBOROUGH, January 03, 1853, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1807-1834; d. WFT Est. 18581921. Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and JAMES YARBOROUGH: Marriage bond was issued January 3, 1850, married January 3, 1850 by James A. Maddox, JIC (Justice of Inferior Court).

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ELIZABETH M. CAGLE, b. 1834, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1859-1928; m. W ILLIAM YARBOROUGH, June 01, 1853, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1808-1834; d. WFT Est. 1858-1922. More About ELIZABETH M. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 6 years. Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 16 years. Notes for WILLIAM YARBOROUGH: Marriage information found in "The Cagle Family in the South to 1850, Vol II, Georgia by John G. Cagle. Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH CAGLE and WILLIAM YARBOROUGH: Marriage records for 1849-1858, bond issued June 1, 1853. Married, June 1, 1853 by A. H. Taivle, Minister.

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GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. 1836, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. June 27, 1862, Richmond, Virginia; m. M ARTHA A. BENNETT, WFT Est. 1855-1861, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1840, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1867-1934. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: George was killed in action during the Civil War. Died resulting from wounds received at the battle of Seven Pines, Virginia. He was a member of the 23rd Georgia Infantry, Company G. He is buried in Division B, Row S, Grave # 20, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. George obtained marriage bond on Sep 19, 1858 and wed on the same day by J. H. Wood, Justice of the Peace.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: Burial: June 29, 1862, Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia Cause of Death: Wounds received in Battle of Richmond, Virginia in the Civil War. Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 4 years. Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 14 years. iv. SARAH SALLY CAGLE, b. 1838, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1855-1933; m. T HOMAS KITCHENS, WFT Est. 1855-1886; b. 1838, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1857-1929. More About SARAH SALLY CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 2 years. Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 12 years. v. MILDRED ANN CAGLE, b. December 15, 1838, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. May 12, 1928; m. J AMES WESLEY HUNNICUTT, WFT Est. 1852-1882; b. September 01, 1833, South Carolina; d. October 16, 1924. More About MILDRED ANN CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Millie" Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 2 years.

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Census 2: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 12 years. 402. vi. vii. viii. ISAAC JACKSON CAGLE, b. December 21, 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. June 16, 1927, Collinsville, DeKalb County, Alabama. LOUISA JANE CAGLE, b. 1844, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1874-1938; m. B ENJAMIN PAYNE, February 08, 1869, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1822-1849; d. WFT Est. 1874-1935. LEONARD P. CAGLE, b. 1846, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. May 23, 1863, Richmond, Virginia during the Civil War. Notes for LEONARD P. CAGLE: Leonard died of pneumonia May 23, 1863, while serving with the 23rd Georgia Infantry. He died in General Hospital #13, Richmond, Virginia. He too, is probably buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Richmond. More About LEONARD P. CAGLE: Cause of Death: Pneumonia ix. 403. x. xi. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1848, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1862-1942; m. U NKNOWN YARBOROUGH, WFT Est. 1862-1895; b. WFT Est. 1831-1851; d. WFT Est. 1865-1937. IRENE LODUSCA CAGLE, b. March 07, 1849, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. September 03, 1881, Gravely, Yell County, Arkansas. CHARLES J. CAGLE, b. 1852, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1870-1942. More About CHARLES J. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 8 years. Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia wither mother at age 18 years. xii. MELISSA HOLLENDERRY CAGLE, b. June 01, 1856, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 01, 1937, Bartow County, Georgia; m. WILLIS TRUMAN KNOX, WFT Est. 1868-1899; b. April 24, 1842, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. February 05, 1922, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About MELISSA HOLLENDERRY CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 4 years. Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with mother at age 14 years. Census 3: 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia with husband and 1 child.

177. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Harbins District, Hall County, Georgia, and died 1890 in Pickens County, Georgia. He married (1) SARAH HAYNES 1835 in Hall County, Georgia. She was born 1812 in Georgia, and died 1853 in Hall County, Georgia. He married (2) M ARY ANN THOMPSON September 19, 1858 in Cherokee County, Georgia. She was born February 1825 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, and died 1911 in Pickens County, Georgia. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: George Washington Cagle married (1) Sarah Haynes who died not long after they moved to Cherokee County, Georgia, (2) Ann Stoner Thompson had been previously married to Isaac Stoner in 1840 by whom she had seven children. It was reported Isaac Stoner, at some point after the birth of Andrew Asbury, deserted his family and moved West, after which Ann secured a divorce and married George Cagle. George posted a marriage bond which was issued September 19, 1858 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Ann filed a pension application in 1909 in Pickens County, Georgia as "Annie Cagle, born 1825 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, had married George W. Cagle 1812-1891, in Cherokee County, Georgia, on September 9, 1858. During the Civil War, George W. had served in the Cherokee Legion, a home guard unit, composed primarily of older men, which patrolled the northern Georgia area. Annie's application which was filed on the grounds of age, poverty and blindness was approved in 1910, the 1910 census of Pickens County, Georgia shows Mrs. Annie Cagle, age 86, residing with her daughter from her first marriage, Mary Ann Stoner. The application indicates that George W. Cagle died in Pickens County, his tombstone stands in Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery in adjoining Cherokee County. George served in the 93rd Battalion of the Hall County, Georgia Dragoons Militia in 1836, as did Jacob and William, his brothers.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: Burial: 1890, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with Sarah and 7 children.

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Census 2: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with Annie and 5 children. Census 3: 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia with Annie and 3 children. More About SARAH HAYNES: Census: 1850, Hall County, Georgia Notes for MARY ANN THOMPSON: Mary who first married Isaac Stoner in l840 by whom she had seven children one of which may have been named Mary, since a Mary Stoner with child Victoria was enumerated in the 1870 US Federal Census. It was reported that Isaac Stoner, at some point after the birth of Andrew Asburry, deserted his family and moved West, after which "Annie" secured a divorce and married George Washington Cagle. Annie and George Washington Cagle had four children.

More About MARY ANN THOMPSON: Burial: 1911, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SARAH HAYNES are:

i. SARAH5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1850-1929, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 15 years. ii. JANE CAGLE, b. 1838, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1872-1933; m. JOHN CORNELISON, December 08, 1859, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1872-1931. Notes for JANE CAGLE: Jane, with husband and family was enumerated in the Shake Rag District (Canton P.O.) Cherokee County, Georgia for the 1870 US Federal Census.

More About JANE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with husband. Census 3: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with husband and 1 child. iii. JAMES M. CAGLE, b. December 15, 1839, Hall County, Georgia; d. March 1916, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. JANE SUMMERLIN, July 18, 1861, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. December 1835, South Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1884-1930, Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for JAMES M. CAGLE: The 1910 pension application for James indicates he enlisted in May 1862, in the 34th Georgia Infantry and surrendered in May 1865 at Kinston, Georgia. His application was approved at the rate of $30 per year, and later increased to $60 per year. Earlier, in 1889 and 1908, he had applied for pension, but had been disapproved. James died in March 1916, his widow Jane applied for a pension; the application indicates that she had married James on July 18, 1861 in Cherokee County, Georgia.

More About JAMES M. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia with Jane and 8 children. Census 3: 1900, Cherokee County, Georgia with Jane and 5 children. Census 4: 1910, Cherokee County, Georgia with Jane and 3 children. iv. JACOB CAGLE, b. December 21, 1841, Hall County, Georgia; d. April 09, 1926, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. M ARY ANN HAMETT, January 05, 1861, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. 1844, South Carolina; d. 1908, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About JACOB CAGLE: Burial: April 11, 1926, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia

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More About MARY ANN HAMETT: Burial: 1908, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia v. NEVERSON CALVIN CAGLE, b. July 25, 1844, Hall County, Georgia; d. July 14, 1934, Bemis, Madison County, Tennessee; m. MARY JOSEPHINE OWEN, July 29, 1869, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. May 23, 1850, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. January 04, 1928, Bemis, Madison County, Tennessee. More About NEVERSON CALVIN CAGLE: Burial: July 16, 1934, Cagle Cemetery, Pleasant Springs Church, Chester County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 6 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 16 years. More About MARY JOSEPHINE OWEN: Burial: January 06, 1928, Cagle Cemetery, Pleasant Springs Church, Chester County, Tennessee 404. vi. vii. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, JR., b. January 1845, Hall County, Georgia; d. April 28, 1927, Cherokee County, Georgia. ASBURY S. CAGLE, b. 1849, Hall County, Georgia; d. May 07, 1928, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia; m. MALISSA LISENNA CORNELISON, July 22, 1866, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. November 18, 1847, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. May 19, 1904, Rome, Floyd County, Georgia. More About ASBURY S. CAGLE: Burial: May 09, 1928, Friendship Church Cemetery, Floyd County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 1 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with parents at age 11 years. Census 3: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with wife and 2 children and sister Sarah. More About MALISSA LISENNA CORNELISON: Burial: May 21, 1904, Shoal Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia. viii. ASBERRY CAGLE, b. 1849, Hall County, Georgia; d. Unknown. More About ASBERRY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Hall County, Georgia

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MARY THOMPSON are:

ix. WILLIAM5 CAGLE, b. 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1870-1950. More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 10 years. x. xi. xii. UNKNOWN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1862, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1863-1956. SUSAN JEAN CAGLE, b. 1864, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. 1934, Greer County, South Carolina. EDWARD F. CAGLE, b. 1866, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1890-1957; m. M ARY TYSON, July 06, 1884, Cherokee County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1847-1872; d. WFT Est. 1889-1961. More About EDWARD F. CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 4 years. Census 2: 1880, Cherokee County, Georgia with father at age 14 years.

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178. AMELIA4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 1816 in Hall County, Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1865-1911. She married JOHN M. CARTER November 11, 1838 in Hall County, Georgia. He was born January 11, 1810 in Hall County, Georgia, and died June 29, 1864. Children of AMELIA CAGLE and JOHN CARTER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. LUCINDA5 CARTER, b. December 05, 1839, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1840-1933. WILLIAM HENRY CARTER, b. November 28, 1842, Hall County, Georgia; d. November 12, 1862. AMELDA CARTER, b. April 27, 1845, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1846-1939. SARAH ELIZABETH CARTER, b. June 02, 1847, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1848-1941. TERESSA CARTER, b. October 14, 1849, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943. SANDERS TAYLOR CARTER, b. August 02, 1852, Hall County, Georgia; d. April 1883, Hall County,

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179. MATILDA4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1821 in Hall County, Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1860-1916. She married SAMUEL CHAMBERS August 09, 1840 in Hall County, Georgia. He was born 1814 in Hall County, Georgia, and died Bet. 1871 - 1879 in Hall County, Georgia. More About MATILDA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia Census 3: 1870, Hall County, Georgia Census 4: 1880, Hall County, Georgia Notes for SAMUEL CHAMBERS: Samuel served in the Hall County, Georgia Dragoons militia in 1836, 93rd Battalion commanded by Major Barber.

Children of MATILDA CAGLE and SAMUEL CHAMBERS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. MARY5 CHAMBERS, b. 1843, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937. ROBERT CHAMBERS, b. 1846, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1847-1936. LUCINDA CHAMBERS, b. 1848, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1849-1942. WILLIAM CHAMBERS, b. 1851, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1852-1941. SARAH CHAMBERS, b. 1856, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1857-1950. MILLIE CHAMBERS, b. 1858, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1859-1952.

180. LUCINDA4 CAGLE (JACOB3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 10, 1824 in Hall County, Georgia, and died August 13, 1918 in Hall County, Georgia. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON HEAD October 28, 1855 in Hall County, Georgia. He was born October 18, 1823 in Hall County, Georgia, and died June 17, 1891 in Hall County, Georgia. Notes for LUCINDA CAGLE: Also, researching this family is Neda Conley <[email protected]>. Also, [email protected] More About LUCINDA CAGLE: Burial: August 14, 1918, Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Hall County, Georgia with parents at 24 years. Census 2: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with George and 2 children Census 3: 1870, Hall County, Georgia Census 4: 1880, Hall County, Georgia Census 5: 1900, Hall County, Georgia More About GEORGE WASHINGTON HEAD: Burial: June 18, 1891, Dewberry Baptist Church Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia Census: 1860, Hall County, Georgia with Lucinda and 3 children Children of LUCINDA CAGLE and GEORGE HEAD are:

i. MILLIE ELIZABETH5 HEAD, b. September 1856, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1950. More About MILLIE ELIZABETH HEAD: Census: 1900, Hall County, Georgia ii. iii. NANCY M. HEAD, b. March 1860, Hall County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1861-1954. LUEVENIA BARTHENY HEAD, b. October 18, 1866, Hall County, Georgia; d. August 14, 1956, Buford, Georgia; m. WILLIAM PINKNEY BELL, January 17, 1890, Hall County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1847-1879; d.

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181. JEPTHA4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1802 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Marshall County, Alabama. He married ELIZABETH FAILS January 17, 1839 in Henry County, Georgia. She was born 1808 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1870 in Near Guntersville, Marshall County, Alabama. Notes for JEPTHA CAGLE: Jeptha was born in Lancaster County, South Carolina but, his father owned land also, in Anson County, North Carolina during the period 1791-1825, when he sold his land in both states and moved to Henry County, Georgia taking his family with him. Both Jeptha and his father are listed on the 1830 census of Henry County, Georgia as heads of household. Leonard with all his children including Jeptha and his young family moved in 1838 to Cobb County, Georgia and appeared on the 1840 Census. Jeptha is listed as head of household and Leonard was by then a widow living in the household with Jeptha along with Jeptha's three brothers. By the time of the 1850 census Jeptha was still living in Cobb County, Georgia but moved to Marshall County, Alabama during the 1850's.

More About JEPTHA CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 2: 1840, Cobb County, Georgia Census 3: 1850, Cobb County, Georgia Census 4: 1860, Marshall County, Alabama Census 5: 1870, Marshall County, Alabama Residence: Bet. 1850 - 1855, Marshall County, Alabama Children of JEPTHA CAGLE and ELIZABETH FAILS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. LEONARD5 CAGLE, b. 1833, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1834-1923. REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1836, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1837-1930. ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE, b. 1841, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1858-1931; m. F RANCES B. HATCHER, WFT Est. 1858-1891; b. WFT Est. 1837-1857; d. WFT Est. 1858-1941. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1844, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1845-1938.

182. ELI4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1805 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1860 - 1869. He married MARY UNKNOWN Abt. 1846 in Georgia. She was born 1830 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1861-1924. Notes for ELI CAGLE: Eli, indicates he is 27 years of age on the 1860 Census of Gordon County, Georgia, Freeman Township per page 359, #747. Also, shows wife Mary, age 30, Georgia, Henry age 13, Georgia, John age 11, Georgia, William D. age 9, Georgia; Elizabeth age 7, Georgia; Francis age 6, Georgia; and Sophronia age 2, Georgia. Also, living near by are Henry and his wife with children on page 359, #751. Eli is still on the Tax List for Cobb County, Georgia for 1849 but, by 1850 appeared on the Census of Murray County, Georgia, probably lived in the southern end of Murray which became Gordon County.

More About ELI CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia with father. Census 2: 1840, Cobb County, Georgia

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Census 3: 1850, Murray County, Georgia Census 4: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia Children of ELI CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. HENRY5 CAGLE, b. 1847, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1848-1937. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 13 years. ii. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1849, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1939. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 11 years. iii. WILLIAM D. CAGLE, b. 1853, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1854-1943. More About WILLIAM D. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 7 years. iv. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1853, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1947. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 7 years. v. FRANCES CAGLE, b. 1854, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1948. More About FRANCES CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 6 years. vi. SOPHRONIA CAGLE, b. 1858, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1952. More About SOPHRONIA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 2 years.

183. MARY S.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1810 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1860. She married JAMES MCGAHA Bef. 1840 in Paulding County, Georgia. He was born 1814 in South Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1860-1905. Notes for JAMES MCGAHA: James was listed with a Susan Unknown in the 1860 US Federal Census of Haralson County, Georgia. She is shown as age 15, born in North Carolina.

Children of MARY CAGLE and JAMES MCGAHA are:

i. ELIZABETH5 MCGAHA, b. 1841, Haralson County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1867-1935; m. ALLEN KELLEY, October 27, 1861, Haralson County, Georgia; b. 1835, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1867-1925. More About ELIZABETH MCGAHA: Census: 1860, Haralson County, Georgia with father at age 19 years. More About ALLEN KELLEY: Census: 1850, Paulding County, Georgia with mother at age 15 years. ii. FLORENCE MCGAHA, b. 1845, Haralson County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1939. More About FLORENCE MCGAHA: Census: 1860, Haralson County, Georgia with father at age 15 years. iii. JANE MCGAHA, b. 1847, Haralson County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1941. More About JANE MCGAHA: Census: 1860, Haralson County, Georgia with father at age 13 years.

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184. WILLIAM N.4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, and died February 1908 in Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia. He married ROSANNA UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1829-1862. She was born 1813 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1857-1908. Notes for WILLIAM N. CAGLE: According to Jeanette Holland, Austin's "Georgia Obituaries, 1905-1910", was noted in the Atlanta Georgian newspaper in February 1908, "Uncle Billy Cagle, age 105, died near Powers Ferry, Atlanta, Wednesday. Children: Billy Jr., Burch, Marion, Daniel, Mrs G. G. Cook, Mrs Dick Beddington. He was born in South Carolina in 1803, came to Georgia at age 18. He was buried in the Buckhead region of that portion which is now North Atlanta, Georgia which is where he settled in 1830 while it was still a part of old DeKalb County. In December 1853 when Fulton County was formed from the Western end of DeKalb, William was taken into the new county but, Robert, his cousin, (son of David 1767-1852), who lived a few miles away in the area of Lithonia remained in DeKalb.

More About WILLIAM N. CAGLE: Burial: February 1908, Crossroads Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, North Atlanta, Georgia Census 1: 1840, DeKalb County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with Rosanna and 6 children Census 3: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with Rosey and 5 children. Census 4: 1870, Fulton County, Georgia with Rosa and 2 children. Census 5: 1880, Fulton County, Georgia with Rosa. Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and ROSANNA UNKNOWN are:

i. FRANCIS MARION5 CAGLE, b. April 1838, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1930; m. ROSA ADELINE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1853-1886; b. November 1837, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1932. Notes for FRANCIS MARION CAGLE: Francis Marion and Daniel, sons of William, later served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, and after the war continued to live near their father. In William's 1908 obituary, they were listed as Marion and Daniel Cagle, and at that time were about 70 and 68 years of age. Francis Marion who was listed in his first census as Head of Household was enumerated at F. M. Cagle 21, Adaline 23 and son Rufus age 1. They were enumerated in Buckhead District of Fulton County, which was formed from the western end of DeKalb County in 1853. So, while it appears that they had moved, actually the county lines were changed.

More About FRANCIS MARION CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with parents at age 12 years. Census 3: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with Adeline and Rufus. Census 4: 1870, Fulton County, Georgia with Adeline and 3 children. Census 5: 1880, Fulton County, Georgia with Adeline and 4 children. Census 6: 1900, Fulton County, Georgia with Adeline and 3 children. ii. DANIEL CAGLE, b. 1840, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1931; m. CALLIE S. UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1855-1888; b. 1839, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1934. More About DANIEL CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with parents at age 10 years. Census 2: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 21 years. Census 3: 1870, Fulton County, Georgia with Callie and 4 children. Census 4: 1880, Fulton County, Georgia with Callie and 7 children. Census 5: 1900, Fulton County, Georgia with Callie and 1 child. iii. CHARLOTTE CAGLE, b. 1841, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1930. More About CHARLOTTE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 19 years.

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LUCINDA CAGLE, b. 1845, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1860, Fulton County, Georgia. More About LUCINDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with parents at age 5 years.

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AMANDA CAGLE, b. 1849, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1860, Fulton County, Georgia. More About AMANDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia with parents at age 1 years.

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CAROLINE CAGLE, b. 1850, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1864-1944; m. RICHARD BEDDINGTON, WFT Est. 1864-1897; b. WFT Est. 1833-1853; d. WFT Est. 1867-1939. More About CAROLINE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 10 years. More About RICHARD BEDDINGTON: Aka (Facts Pg): "Dick"

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WILLIAM N. CAGLE, JR., b. January 1852, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1900-1943; m. ATHELINA UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1868-1900; b. January 1852, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 19001947. More About WILLIAM N. CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1870, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 18 years. Census 3: 1880, Fulton County, Georgia with Athelina and child, Tessa. Census 4: 1900, Fulton County, Georgia with Athelina and 4 children.

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JARRET BURCH CAGLE, b. August 1855, Buckhead Region, Old Dekalb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 18741946; m. LOUISA CATHERINE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1870-1903; b. July 1854, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 18761948. More About JARRET BURCH CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 5 years. Census 2: 1870, Fulton County, Georgia with parents at age 15 years.

185. HENRY4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1820 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1912. He married E LIZABETH THOMASON Abt. 1841 in Murray County, Georgia, daughter of GEORGE THOMASON and SARA ISOM. She was born 1827 in DeKalb County, Georgia, and died Aft. 1914 in Murray County, Georgia. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry is listed on the 1860 Gordon County, Georgia census at age 39, North Carolina; wife Elizabeth age 33, Georgia; Jeptha age 12, Georgia; Rebeccah age 14, Georgia; George age 9, Georgia; Amanda age 6, Georgia; Mary age 3, Georgia and John age 7 months, Georgia. Henry is shown on page 359, family #751. Also, on the same census on page 359, family #747 is Eli, Henry's brother, along with his family. Henry and Eli appeared on the Tax List for Cobb County, Georgia for 1849 but, both had moved and appeared on the census of Murray County, Georgia for 1850. This area later became Gordon County due to change of county lines.

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Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia with father, Leonard. Census 2: 1840, Cobb County, Georgia Census 3: 1850, Murray County, Georgia Census 4: 1860, Freeman Township, Gordon County, Georgia Census 5: 1870, Murray County, Georgia Children of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH THOMASON are:

i. SARA CAROLINE5 CAGLE, b. 1842, Murray County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1901, Gordon County, Georgia; m. (1) WILLIAM POLK WALRAVEN, 1858, Georgia; b. 1836, Murray County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1872, Gordon County, Georgia; m. (2) NELSON D. BAKER, JR., March 05, 1876, Gordon County, Georgia; b. 1845, Murray County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1935, Murray County, Georgia. REBECCA A. CAGLE, b. 1846, Murray County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1878-1940; m. M ATTHEW COUCH, May 08, 1873, Gordon County, Georgia; b. 1843, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1878-1934. More About REBECCA A. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 14 years. iii. JEPTHA CAGLE, b. 1848, Murray County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1938. More About JEPTHA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 12 years. iv. GEORGE CAGLE, b. 1851, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1896-1943; m. (1) M ARY PETTY, April 1879, Murray County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1839-1862; d. WFT Est. 1885-1951; m. (2) M AGDALINE DUDLEY, 1892, Murray County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1847-1875; d. WFT Est. 1897-1963. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 9 years. v. AMANDA CAGLE, b. 1854, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1879-1948; m. J . F. JACKSON, February 20, 1873, Gordon County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1828-1854; d. WFT Est. 1878-1942. More About AMANDA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 6 years. vi. MARY CAGLE, b. 1857, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1882-1951; m. THOMAS ELROD, January 16, 1876, Gordon County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1855, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1882-1946. More About MARY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 3 years. vii. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1859, Gordon County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with father at age 7 months.

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186. TABITHA ANN4 CAGLE (LEONARD3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 1822 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died August 17, 1885 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. She married RUBEN TUCKER HILL Abt. 1839 in Cobb County, Georgia. He was born March 07, 1818 in South Carolina or Georgia, and died April 08, 1890 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. Notes for TABITHA ANN CAGLE: Cobb County, Georgia 1840 Census listed this family with first child Sarah A. Hill, born January 12, 1840. Gordon County, Georgia Census of 1860 listed all but last child. Next listed in 1870 Census for Jefferson County Alabama with last child Rozella Caroline (Carrie) as born January 10, 1866, so they moved to Jefferson County, Alabama sometime before 1866, since last child was listed as Alabama born. This line is also being researched by Mollie Charles Pawlik<[email protected]>.

More About T ABITHA ANN CAGLE: Burial: August 18, 1885, Pratt Mines, Alabama

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Census 1: 1840, Cobb County, Georgia with husband and 1 child. Census 2: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with husband and 8 children. Census 3: 1870, Jefferson County, Alabama with husband and children. Children of TABITHA CAGLE and RUBEN HILL are:

i. SARAH A.5 HILL, b. January 12, 1840, Cobb County, Georgia; d. July 17, 1913; m. J AMES F. ECHOLS, December 02, 1869, Cobb County, Georgia; b. WFT Est. 1820-1849; d. WFT Est. 1874-1934. More About SARAH A. HILL: Alternate Birth: December 01, 1840, Cobb County, Georgia Census 1: 1840, Cobb County, Georgia with parents. Census 2: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 19 years. ii. LUCINDA HILL, b. Abt. 1842, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1936; m. U NKNOWN BROWN, WFT Est. 1856-1889; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1859-1931. More About LUCINDA HILL: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 18 years. iii. ELIZA ELLENDER HILL, b. August 14, 1845, Plainsville, Cobb County, Georgia; d. January 03, 1923, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. THOMAS FRANKLIN GREEN, January 21, 1869, Village Falls Methodist Church, Jefferson County, Alabama; b. March 11, 1848, Resaca, Gordon County, Georgia; d. April 06, 1923, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. More About ELIZA ELLENDER HILL: Burial: January 04, 1923, Crumbley's Chapel, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 15 years. More About THOMAS FRANKLIN GREEN: Burial: April 07, 1923, Crumbley's Chapel, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama iv. WILLIAM A. HILL, b. September 1847, Cobb County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1883-1938; m. ADELINE JOHNSON, December 1878; b. March 06, 1852, Georgia; d. Aft. 1940. More About WILLIAM A. HILL: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 13 years. v. RUBEN RUSSELL HILL, b. September 1853, Cobb County, Georgia; d. October 10, 1934; m. H ARRIET L. BLEVINS, WFT Est. 1870-1903; b. WFT Est. 1849-1869; d. WFT Est. 1870-1953. More About RUBEN RUSSELL HILL: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 6 years. vi. EMALINE HILL, b. Abt. 1854, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1860-1948. More About EMALINE HILL: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 5 years. vii. NANCY E. HILL, b. October 27, 1855, Cobb/Gordon County, Georgia; d. July 04, 1930; m. W ILLIAM G. POWELL, WFT Est. 1869-1901; b. WFT Est. 1838-1858; d. WFT Est. 1872-1944. More About NANCY E. HILL: Census: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 4 years. viii. MARY C. HILL, b. October 1858, Cobb/Gordon County, Georgia; d. 1928; m. (1) J AMES W. WHEELER, May 18, 1878; b. WFT Est. 1833-1859; d. WFT Est. 1883-1946; m. (2) R OBERT J. POWELL, Aft. 1879; b. WFT Est. 1833-1860; d. WFT Est. 1884-1947. More About MARY C. HILL: Census 1: 1860, Gordon County, Georgia with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1870, Jefferson County, Alabama with parents at age 12 years. ix. JOHN MILTON HILL, b. June 15, 1861, Gordon County, Georgia; d. June 08, 1935; m. N ANCY HILL, WFT Est. 1878-1910, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; b. WFT Est. 1857-1877; d. WFT Est. 1878-1961.

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More About JOHN MILTON HILL: Census: 1870, Jefferson County, Alabama x. ROZELLA CAROLINE HILL, b. January 10, 1866, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. WFT Est. 1867-1960.

187. MAHALA4 CAGLE (JOHN3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1799 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died 1881 in Transylvania County, North Carolina. She married JAMES ALEXANDER BURNS WFT Est. 1815-1847. He was born 1800 in Transylvania County, North Carolina, and died 1880 in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Notes for MAHALA CAGLE: Information in part on this line was obtained from Carolyn Burns Bowse via the internet. Many researchers believe that Mahala was a sister to Leonard Cagle 1798-1866, because of their close association and location. I cannot prove her parentage. James and Mahala donated the land for the Blue Ridge Baptist Church where they are buried. More information is available from Dana Meara at <[email protected]>. Also, researching this line is Richard, <[email protected]> More About MAHALA CAGLE: Alternate Born: Abt. 1798, Buncombe County, North Carolina Burial: 1881, Blue Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery, Transylvania County, North Carolina More About JAMES ALEXANDER BURNS: Burial: 1880, Blue Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery, Transylvania County, North Carolina Children of MAHALA CAGLE and JAMES BURNS are:

i. ii. 406. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. NEWTON MARSHALL5 BURNS, b. 1829, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1920; m. CAROLINE EVELYN SHIPMAN, WFT Est. 1848-1877; b. 1834; d. 1900. ALEXANDER PERRY BURNS, b. 1831; d. 1880; m. E LIZABETH JONES, WFT Est. 1846-1871; b. 1829; d. WFT Est. 1846-1923. STREET BURNS, b. October 31, 1832; d. October 06, 1922. THOMAS BURNS, b. 1833; d. WFT Est. 1855-1924; m. MARTHA ANNE UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1853-1883; b. 1840; d. WFT Est. 1853-1934. JAMES BURNS, b. 1835; d. WFT Est. 1836-1925. MARTHA BURNS, b. 1838; d. 1924; m. A NDREW JACKSON SMITH, WFT Est. 1850-1882; b. 1822; d. WFT Est. 1854-1913. MARY S. BURNS, b. 1838; d. 1918; m. B ENJAMIN F. KILPATRICK, WFT Est. 1854-1885; b. 1838; d. 1911. JULIET BURNS, b. 1840; d. 1922; m. I RA D. POTTS, WFT Est. 1856-1885; b. 1837; d. 1912. SARAH ELIZABETH BURNS, b. 1842; d. 1901; m. J ACKSON SUMMERVILL HEATH, WFT Est. 1857-1884; b. 1838; d. 1921.

188. JOHN4 CAGLE (JOHN3, CHARLES2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1802 in Burke County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1875 - 1880 in Haywood County, North Carolina. He married (1) R ACHEL FOX October 14, 1828 in Burke County, North Carolina. She was born 1804 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1869 in Haywood County, North Carolina. He married (2) CATHERINE ANNE HALCOMBE November 08, 1869 in Haywood County, North Carolina. She was born 1836 in South Carolina, and died 1892. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1870, Haywood County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for J OHN CAGLE and RACHEL FOX: Marriage Bond posted by Henry Cagle and A. Payne. John was married as Johnathan Kagale. The following appears in Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Burke County, North Carolina Bond Date: October 14, 1828, County: Burke; Record # 1 038; Bondsman: Hugh Fox & Henry Kagle; Witness: A. Payne; Bond #000005714.

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Notes for CATHERINE ANNE HALCOMBE: It is not certain who is the father of Henry, however, he went by the Cagle name. Henry drowned at age 13. Annie lived alone in the 1880 Census of Haywood County; it is unclear if she was divorced or John had died. A Civil War Heirloom, after 135 years in Pennsylvania was returned to the Great-granddaughter of Annie. The locket had been taken to Pennsylvania by a civil war soldier. It was later recovered by "Gladys of GiGi's" at a flea market attached to a man's pocket watch. She bought the locket which contained two tin type photos of Annie as a young lady. Ellen Miller, the great-granddaughter, of 6225 Sharon Acres Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28210, was viewing the locket and thought something was vaguely familiar about the photo. She bought the locket and after she returned home she compared the pictures in the locket with old photographs and realized that one of the tin types was of her great grandmother. There was no way to discover who had owned the locket. It is thought the locket was carried by one of Annie's male relatives. Marriage Notes for J OHN CAGLE and CATHERINE HALCOMBE: Bond #00065028, Record #01 005, Witness: W. C. Brown, R.D., November 8, 1869, performed by J. H. Moody, JP, November 8, 1869. Children of JOHN CAGLE and RACHEL FOX are:

i. HENRY5 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1822-1844; d. WFT Est. 1864-1927; m. NANCY DEMPSEY, July 14, 1858, Haywood County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1814-1841; d. Unknown. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: It is not certain who is the father of Henry, however, he went by the Cagle name. Henry drowned at age 13. 407. 408. ii. iii. WILLIAM B. CAGLE, b. 1829, Burke County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1854-1920. EVAN HARVEY CAGLE, b. February 10, 1839, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. October 10, 1916, Jackson County, North Carolina.

189. MARY4 CAGLE (DAVID M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1795 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1872 in Winn Parish, Louisiana. She married N ATHAN MOFFETT July 14, 1836 in Henry County, Georgia, son of THOMAS MOFFETT and ABIGAIL JORDAN. He was born August 15, 1791 in Lincoln County, Georgia, and died May 25, 1863. Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and NATHAN MOFFETT: Mary is said to be the third wife of Nathan Moffett.

Children of MARY CAGLE and NATHAN MOFFETT are:

i. ii. YANCY5 MOFFETT, b. 1839, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1840-1929. NATHANIEL ROBERT MOFFETT, b. 1841, Henry County, Georgia; d. December 05, 1904, Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas; m. SARAH ANN VIRGINIA ERNEST, WFT Est. 1858-1888; b. WFT Est. 1837-1856; d. WFT Est. 1858-1941. ALLEN C. MOFFETT, b. 1842, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1843-1932. CHARLES F. MOFFETT, b. 1843, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937.

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190. GEORGE4 CAGLE (DAVID M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1797 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850 in Henry County, Georgia. He married NANCY CAGLE WFT Est. 1813-1842. She was born WFT Est. 1788-1812, and died Aft. 1850 in Moore County, North Carolina. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 2: 1840, Cherokee County, Alabama Census 3: 1850, Cherokee County, Alabama Census 4: 1860, Conway County, Arkansas Children of GEORGE CAGLE and NANCY CAGLE are:

409. i. ii. GREENBERRY5 CAGLE, b. July 16, 1823, Henry County, Georgia; d. May 07, 1910, Cullman County, Alabama. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1832; d. WFT Est. 1833-1926.

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191. DAVID M.4 CAGLE, JR. (DAVID M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 13, 1806 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died December 10, 1892 in Clayton County, Georgia. He married ELIZABETH CATCHINGS December 23, 1830 in Henry County, Georgia. She was born December 15, 1809 in Georgia, and died October 10, 1876 in Clayton County, Georgia. Notes for DAVID M. CAGLE, JR.: David had moved to Henry County, Georgia and was listed in the 1840 Census there. David is buried at Kings Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. David was a blacksmith. He is enumerated in the 1850 Fayette County, Georgia Census with his wife Elizabeth and children Rebeccah 12, Joseph 9, and David 4. By 1870, he had moved to Clayton County, Georgia and is listed on the census there with his wife. By 1880, David is listed as blind and living with his son. David's wife Elizabeth is listed as head of household and living separately in her own household.

More About DAVID M. CAGLE, JR.: Burial: December 14, 1892, Kings Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale , Clayton County, Georgia Notes for ELIZABETH CATCHINGS: Elizabeth is buried with her husband at Kings Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. Name in marriage book appears to be Elizabeth Cachous but, marriage date and husband's name is the same.

More About ELIZABETH CATCHINGS: Burial: October 12, 1876, Kings Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale , Clayton County, Georgia Children of DAVID CAGLE and ELIZABETH CATCHINGS are:

i. MARY A. P.5 CAGLE, b. February 12, 1835, Georgia; d. December 28, 1903, Clayton County, Georgia; m. UNKNOWN HILL, WFT Est. 1849-1880; b. WFT Est. 1818-1838; d. WFT Est. 1852-1924. Notes for MARY A. P. CAGLE: Mary is buried with her parents at King's Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. More About MARY A. P. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, King's Cemetery, Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia ii. REBECCA L. CAGLE, b. August 27, 1838, Clayton County, Georgia; d. January 13, 1908, Clayton County, Georgia. Notes for REBECCA L. CAGLE: Rebecca is buried with her parents at King's Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. More About REBECCA L. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, King's Cemetery, Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia iii. iv. JOSEPH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1841, Clayton County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1842-1931. DAVID M. CAGLE III, b. September 15, 1846, Henry County, Georgia; d. January 08, 1908, Clayton County, Georgia; m. ELIZABETH W. BRAY, November 22, 1866, Henry County, Georgia; b. November 10, 1846, Georgia; d. January 26, 1930, Clayton County, Georgia. Notes for DAVID M. CAGLE III: David is buried with his parents at King's Cemetery on Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. More About DAVID M. CAGLE III: Burial: Unknown, King's Cemetery, Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia

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Notes for ELIZABETH W. BRAY: Elizabeth is buried with her husband at Kings Cemetery, Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. More About ELIZABETH W. BRAY: Burial: Unknown, King's Cemetery, Walker Road near Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia

192. ROBERT NELSON4 CAGLE (DAVID M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 23, 1811 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died April 09, 1872 in DeKalb County, Georgia. He married AILEY FORD July 24, 1834 in Henry County, Georgia, daughter of DANIEL FORD and AGATHA UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1813 in South Carolina, and died 1891 in DeKalb County, Georgia. Notes for ROBERT NELSON CAGLE: US Federal Census for DeKalb County, Georgia Lithonia P.O. enumerated Robert with wife Aley 47, daughter Elizabeth 18, son Robert 17, Agatha S. 11, David D. 6 and Mary Keggle, mother of Robert at age 91. This was the census for 1860. It lists Robert as Quarrying Rocks. The 1870 Census for the same P.O. again lists Robert with wife Aley 58, Mary M. 21, Agatha S. 20 and David D. 16. Robert was also in the Census for Henry County, Georgia and 1850 DeKalb, Georgia. Among others, he performed the wedding ceremony for Tabitha Hill and Robert Fendley in Henry County, Georgia on July 6, 1837.

More About ROBERT NELSON CAGLE: Burial: April 11, 1872, Rock Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia Census 1: 1830, Henry County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, DeKalb County, Georgia Census 3: 1860, DeKalb County, Georgia Census 4: 1870, DeKalb County, Georgia More About AILEY FORD: Burial: 1891, Rock Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia Children of ROBERT CAGLE and AILEY FORD are:

i. ii. iii. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1842, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1843-1936. ROBERT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1843; d. WFT Est. 1844-1933. AGATHA S. CAGLE, b. September 14, 1848; d. March 01, 1906, Conyers, Rockdale County, Georgia; m. W . H. HENDERSON, WFT Est. 1862-1891; b. WFT Est. 1831-1851; d. WFT Est. 1865-1937. More About AGATHA S. CAGLE: Burial: March 02, 1906, Old Conyer's City Cemetery, Rockdale County, Georgia iv. v. MARY M. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1849; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943. DAVID D. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. Notes for DAVID D. CAGLE: David was the second Mayor of Lithonia, Georgia.

193. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1795 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Bef. November 1842 in Stanley County, North Carolina. She married WILLIAMSON FINCH WFT Est. 1809-1834. He was born WFT Est. 1778-1798, and died WFT Est. 1813-1884. Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and WILLIAMSON FINCH are:

i. ii. LINDSEY F.5 FINCH, b. WFT Est. 1813-1836; d. WFT Est. 1818-1917. WELLINGTON FINCH, b. WFT Est. 1813-1836; d. WFT Est. 1818-1917.

194. MARY4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1799 in Montgomery

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i. ii. iii. iv. v. BENJAMIN RILEY5 MAULDIN, JR., b. Abt. 1823, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. Bef. November 12, 1842, Montgomery County, North Carolina. REBECCA MAULDIN, b. Abt. 1825, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1826-1919. MARTHA MAULDIN, b. Abt. 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1828-1921. JAMES ERVIN MAULDIN, b. April 02, 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 09, 1905; m. MINERVA KINREY, WFT Est. 1842-1874; b. February 04, 1826; d. May 09, 1905. MARY MAULDIN, b. Abt. 1828, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1829-1922.

195. NANCY4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1801 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Bef. November 12, 1842. She married J EREMIAH ROWLAND. He died WFT Est. 1896-1985. Children of NANCY CAGLE and JEREMIAH ROWLAND are:

i. ii. JOHN BAND5 ROWLAND, b. Abt. 1830; d. WFT Est. 1909-1928. GREEN D. ROWLAND, b. Abt. 1832; d. WFT Est. 1909-1929.

196. JAMES4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1803 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died December 03, 1827. He married A BIGAIL COBLE 1826 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, daughter of DAVID COBLE and MARTHA HORN. She was born 1806 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1832-1900. Child of JAMES CAGLE and ABIGAIL COBLE is:

i. ITHAMA5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1827; d. Unknown.

197. LINDSEY F.4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 19, 1806 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died October 15, 1842 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married ABIGAIL ROWLAND WFT Est. 1824-1839 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born February 27, 1808 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1849-1903. Notes for LINDSEY F. CAGLE: The Stanly County, Guardian accounts and returns book , February term, 1845, page 27, indicates that Jacob J. Efird (Husband of Lindsey's sister Catherine) was appointed as guardian of the minor heirs of Lindsey F. Cagle ; Amounts due the minors are given on pages 27, 43, 55, 61, and 93 of the book . Lindsey Cagle, who married Abigail Rowland, lived near his father, Benjamin in 1840 census of Montgomery, County, North Carolina. In 1842, Lindsey died, and his widow Abigail is listed as the head of household in the 1850 census of Stanly County; then, Benjamin died in 1843, and his widow was living near Abigail in the 1850 census. The other Rowland children, accompanied their father, moved to Carroll County, Tennessee about 1827; and by the time of the 1830 census, Jeremiah Rowland had married, Nancy Cagle, who was listed as head of household , along with Lloyd. Living near them in 1830 Carroll County, was a Thomas Rowland , as well as John and Jesse Gurley. Jeremiah Rowland does not appear on the 1840 census of Carroll County, Tennessee and his location for the 1840's census is unknown at the present . At any rate, it is known that his first wife Nancy Cagle, died sometime before 1843, with the Will of her father Benjamin Cagle.

More About LINDSEY F. CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina Census 2: 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina

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Notes for ABIGAIL ROWLAND: Abagail is listed as the head of household in the 1850 census of Stanly County. She remained in North Carolina when the Rowland family moved to Tennessee. Abagail is living with her daughter Rebecca "Becky" (Cagle) Smith in the 1860 US Federal Census of Stanly County, North Carolina. Becky is shown as head of household.

More About ABIGAIL ROWLAND: Census 1: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina as widow with 4 children. Census 2: 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina with daughter Rebecca and 4 children. Census 3: 1880, Pope County, Arkansas with son James and family. Children of LINDSEY CAGLE and ABIGAIL ROWLAND are:

i. ii. iii. WILLIAM ALEXANDER5 CAGLE, b. 1825, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1842-1915; m. NANCY C. REED, WFT Est. 1842-1875; b. WFT Est. 1821-1841; d. WFT Est. 1842-1925. MARY CAGLE, b. 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1851-1921; m. U NKNOWN REID, Abt. 1845, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1800-1827; d. WFT Est. 1850-1914. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1829, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1880-1920; m. (1) L AURA UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1846-1877; b. 1830, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1862-1924; m. (2) ELMIRA UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1846-1879; b. WFT Est. 1825-1845; d. WFT Est. 1846-1929. More About JAMES CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with mother at age 21 years. Census 2: 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina with wife and 4 children. Census 3: 1880, Pope County, Arkansas More About LAURA UNKNOWN: Census: 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina with James and 4 children. 410. iv. v. BENJAMIN F. CAGLE, b. 1833, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. April 1866, Anson County, North Carolina. REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1834, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1862-1928; m. R OBERT SMITH, July 21, 1851, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1804-1834; d. WFT Est. 1861-1920. Notes for REBECCA CAGLE: Rebecca (Cagle) Smith is listed as head of household #354 along with her four children and her mother in the 1860 US Federal Census of Stanly County, North Carolina. Abagail is shown as age 50.

More About REBECCA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with mother at age 16 years. Census 2: 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina vi. HENRY ERVIN CAGLE, b. 1842, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1932. More About HENRY ERVIN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with mother at age 8 years.

198. CATHERINE4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 21, 1807 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died July 22, 1860 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She married JACOB JOHN EFIRD 1824 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, son of JACOB EFIRD and ELIZABETH DOVE. He was born March 24, 1800 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died August 19, 1872 in Stanly County, North Carolina. Notes for CATHERINE CAGLE: Listed as age 43 in the 1850 Census of North Carolina. Buried at St. Martin's Lutheran Church, Stanly County, North Carolina .

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More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Burial: July 22, 1860, Saint Martin's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Stanly County, North Carolina More About JACOB JOHN EFIRD: Burial: August 21, 1872, Saint Martin's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Stanly County, North Carolina Children of CATHERINE CAGLE and JACOB EFIRD are:

i. SIMEON HOWELL5 EFIRD, b. October 03, 1825, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. March 26, 1881, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. (1) HARIETTE DELILAH FAIR WHITE, 1846, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. June 17, 1825, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. June 22, 1880, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. (2) SALLY HATHCOCK, September 16, 1880, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 18231862; d. WFT Est. 1884-1950. NATHANIEL PARKER EFIRD, b. February 02, 1827, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. February 11, 1907; m. (1) ELIZABETH EVE COBLE, 1848; b. June 01, 1834, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. February 18, 1898; m. (2) SARAH ANN LITTLE, August 22, 1901, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. 1851; d. WFT Est. 1904-1946. PRISCILLA ELIZABETH EFIRD, b. February 21, 1829, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. February 26, 1901; m. WILLIAM MYRICK HARWARD, September 26, 1847, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. May 19, 1823, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. October 23, 1904. NOAH CICERO EFIRD, b. September 23, 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. January 24, 1874; m. NANCY JANE MORTON, 1849, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. January 03, 1832, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. February 08, 1879. DONONIA ANCELINE EFIRD, b. August 25, 1832, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. May 01, 1891; m. DAVID TREECE, 1853, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. June 08, 1824, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. October 06, 1893. TALITHA CUMI EFIRD, b. October 15, 1834, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. June 14, 1902; m. EZEKIEL MORTON, WFT Est. 1850-1861; b. April 12, 1832; d. July 03, 1863, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. MARY ANN E. EFIRD, b. October 16, 1836, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. May 18, 1895; m. J OHN E. LOVE, WFT Est. 1849-1877, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. 1828, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1919. JACOB E. EFIRD, b. February 17, 1839, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. July 19, 1908. SARAH L. EFIRD, b. March 30, 1841, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1935; m. J ESSE ALLEN MORTON, December 01, 1864, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. WFT Est. 1818-1844; d. WFT Est. 1869-1931. ISREAL S. EFIRD, b. 1843, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. July 1863, Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania. DANIEL RUFUS ALEXANDER EFIRD, b. November 10, 1847, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1848-1937. ELIZABETH MAGDALENA EFIRD, b. 1849, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1943.

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i. LUCY5 CAGLE, b. 1835, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1836-1929.

200. MARTHA4 CAGLE (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1838 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1872-1933. She married J OHN KENDALL March 08, 1855 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, son of DAVID KENDALL. He was born 1826 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died

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i. REBECCA5 KENDALL, b. 1858, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1952. More About REBECCA KENDALL: Census 1: 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 12 years. ii. JULIA KENDALL, b. 1860, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1870 - 1954. More About JULIA KENDALL: Census: 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 10 years. iii. DAVID KENDALL, b. 1861, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1951. More About DAVID KENDALL: Census: 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 9 years. iv. HARRIET KENDALL, b. 1866, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1960. More About HARRIET KENDALL: Census: 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 4 years. v. ROBERT KENDALL, b. 1869, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1959. More About ROBERT KENDALL: Census: 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 1 years.

201. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1800 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died 1830. She married LEVI K. HUNEYCUTT WFT Est. 1813-1828. He was born WFT Est. 17721800, and died WFT Est. 1825-1887. Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and LEVI HUNEYCUTT are:

i. ii. ADAM W.5 HUNEYCUTT, b. Abt. 1820, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1821-1910. ELI B. HUNEYCUTT, b. Abt. 1822, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1843-1912; m. L EAH UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1839-1872; b. WFT Est. 1818-1838; d. WFT Est. 1843-1922.

202. HARWOOD WASHINGTON4 CAGLE (GEORGE3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1809 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1865 in Pope County, Arkansas. He married CATHERINE FURR December 05, 1831 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, daughter of PAUL S. FURR. She was born 1805 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1846-1900. Marriage Notes for HARWOOD CAGLE and CATHERINE FURR: Bond #000007289, Record #01 034, Bondsman: Paul S. Furr, Witness J. G. Spears, December 5, 1831, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

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i. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS5 CAGLE, b. 1833, Henry County, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1869-1924; m. J ANE MALINDA TUCKER, February 26, 1860, Pope County, Arkansas; b. 1838, Georgia; d. WFT Est. 1869-1932.

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Notes for CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS CAGLE: Christopher C. Cagle, shown living with Harwood, was son of George Cagle, born 1797, of 1830 Henry County, Georgia, and 1840 and 1850 Cherokee County, Alabama Harwood's father was , George 1777-1851, was the brother of David Cagle, 1767-1852, the father of George born 1797, and grandfather of Christopher C. above. David Cagle, originally of Stanly County, North Carolina, had moved to Henry County, Georgia about 1816.

More About CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Cherokee County, Alabama with parents at age 17 years. Census 2: 1860, Pope County, Arkansas Census 3: 1870, Pope County, Arkansas Census 4: 1880, Conway County, Arkansas Notes for JANE MALINDA TUCKER: Christopher and wife, Jane M. were living in the household of Harwood Cagle, 51, North Carolina, during the census of Clarke Township, Pope County, Arkansas, #342.

More About JANE MALINDA TUCKER: Census 1: 1860, Pope County, Arkansas Census 2: 1870, Pope County, Arkansas Marriage Notes for CHRISTOPHER CAGLE and JANE TUCKER: Cagle, Christopher Columbus 28 to Jane Malinda Tucker 22 on February 26, 1860 by Robert White, JP, D27.

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203. JOHN HANSON4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 27, 1834 in Benton County, Tennessee, and died November 29, 1899 in Grantsburg, Johnson County, Illinois. He married FRANCES JANE LILES June 03, 1852 in Carroll County, Tennessee, daughter of J OEL LILES and CLARISSIE ARRINGTON. She was born January 04, 1833 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died November 06, 1917 in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. Notes for JOHN HANSON CAGLE: Birthday, March 27, 1834 per Marie Phifer. She writes John H. Cagle died at age 65 with a congestive chill, perhaps pneumonia. Age 65 would make the previous birth date correct. Another birth date for John is February 17, 1834. "John was a master Mason in the Masonic Lodge. John and Frances lived about twenty miles from each other, but never met until they were about grown. They met and married in Carroll County, Tennessee. Grandma "Francis Jane" was 1/2 scotch and 1/2 Irish. Grandpa Cagle was 1/2 scotch and 1/4 dutch. Grandpa, Grandma, Uncle Dannie and Uncle Jack was buried in Illinois, between Grantsburg and Reevesville near Aunt Lizzie's". From History of the Cagle Family written by Annie Jane Cagle Cole June 1949.

More About JOHN HANSON CAGLE: Alternate Birth: February 10, 1834, Carroll County, Tennessee Census: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with wife and 4 children.

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More About FRANCES JANE LILES: Burial: November 1917 Census: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with husband and 4 children. Children of JOHN CAGLE and FRANCES LILES are:

411. 412. i. ii. iii. JOHN FRANKLIN5 CAGLE, b. February 22, 1853, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. October 11, 1912, Chelan, Chelan County, Washington. JAMES ANDERSON CAGLE, b. March 03, 1855, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. January 24, 1937, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee. SARAH JANE CAGLE, b. November 07, 1857, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. April 02, 1951, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas; m. SAMUEL WADE YOUNG, February 12, 1874, Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas; b. September 04, 1844, Arkansas; d. November 28, 1918, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. More About SARAH JANE CAGLE: Burial: April 04, 1951, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. More About SAMUEL WADE YOUNG: Alternate Death: November 27, 1918, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas Burial: November 28, 1918, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas iv. WILLIAM JOEL CAGLE, b. February 17, 1860, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. July 24, 1924, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas; m. MARYABETH ALICE GALLOWAY, July 01, 1877, Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas; b. WFT Est. 1856-1875, Arkansas; d. November 06, 1914, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. More About WILLIAM JOEL CAGLE: Burial: July 1924, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with parents at age 6 months. More About MARYABETH ALICE GALLOWAY: Burial: November 07, 1914, Pine Bluff, Arkansas v. vi. DANIEL THOMAS CAGLE, b. December 09, 1862, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. September 12, 1878, Stewart County, Tennessee. TENNESSEE BELLE CAGLE, b. June 09, 1865, Big Sandy, Benton County, Tennessee; d. May 16, 1931, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas; m. CHARLES ROBERT AARON, December 15, 1881, Henry County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1833-1860, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1885-1946. Notes for TENNESSEE BELLE CAGLE: Tennessee was missed in the 1860 US Federal Census of Benton County, Arkansas.

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204. JAMES HENRY4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 10, 1836 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died August 09, 1909 in Henry County, Tennessee. He married MARTHA ELIZABETH LINDSEY Abt. 1854 in Benton County, Tennessee, daughter of WILLIAM LINDSEY and NANCY BREWER. She was born May 18, 1837 in Benton County, Tennessee, and died September 08, 1917 in Henry County, Tennessee. Notes for JAMES HENRY CAGLE: James was the only son of John's who remained in Tennessee. The rest all migrated to Illinois where they settled.

More About JAMES HENRY CAGLE: Burial: August 10, 1909, Poplar Grove Cemetery, Henry County, Tennessee More About MARTHA ELIZABETH LINDSEY: Burial: September 1917, Poplar Grove Cemetery, Henry County, Tennessee Children of JAMES CAGLE and MARTHA LINDSEY are:

i. LOUZANA ELIZABETH5 CAGLE, b. May 02, 1855, Henry County, Tennessee; d. April 25, 1899, Henry County, Tennessee; m. SIDNEY AUGUSTA FRENCH, May 02, 1885, Henry County, Tennessee; b. July 19, 1858; d. March 08, 1936. Notes for LOUZANA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Louzana was married under the name "Zana" Cagle. Popular Grove Cemetery ( Old Section) Located on land given by John L. Hagler at Methodist Church, near Old Springville. A tornado destroyed many of the markers in 1812 or 1813. More About LOUZANA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: April 26, 1899, Methodist Church Cemetery, Popular Grove, Henry County, Tennessee Cause of Death: Child birth Medical Information: Giving birth to her son, Norman French. More About SIDNEY AUGUSTA FRENCH: Burial: Unknown, Pleasant Hill, Paris, Henry County, Tennessee 413. ii. iii. iv. JOHN HENRY CAGLE, b. March 10, 1865, Benton County, Tennessee; d. August 03, 1897, Popular Grove, Henry County, Tennessee. SARAH CAMILLE CAGLE, b. July 01, 1869, Benton County, Tennessee; d. July 12, 1891; m. R OBERT BYRDEN DEBRUCE, WFT Est. 1883-1890; b. June 14, 1864; d. August 14, 1931. IDA BELLE CAGLE, b. February 06, 1878, Benton County, Tennessee; d. July 04, 1941, Henry County, Tennessee; m. (1) J. N. FRENCH, January 27, 1893, Henry County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1848-1878; d. WFT Est. 1898-1965, Tennessee; m. (2) WILLIAM IRBY LUGAN, WFT Est. 1894-1919; b. December 12, 1876; d. March 31, 1929, Henry County, Tennessee. More About IDA BELLE CAGLE: Burial: July 1941, McRae Cemetery, Henry County, Tennessee More About J. N. FRENCH: Burial: Unknown, McRae Cemetery, Henry County, Tennessee

205. WILLIAM TALEN4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 26, 1838 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died January 04, 1906 in Samath, Massac County, Illinois. He married ELIZABETH JANE LILES WFT Est. 1855-1886 in Carroll County, Tennessee, daughter of J OEL LILES and CLARISSIE ARRINGTON.

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She was born 1842 in North Carolina, and died 1900 in Illinois. Notes for WILLIAM TALEN CAGLE: William migrated to Johnson County with his brothers Leonard, Charles, Thomas and David. Later, William moved on the Massac County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM TALEN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 2: 1870, Massac County, Illinois Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and ELIZABETH LILES are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. ELIZABETH J.5 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1859-1887; d. WFT Est. 1864-1969. CLARISSA C. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1863, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1864-1969. WILLIAM TALEN CAGLE, JR., b. Abt. 1865; d. WFT Est. 1865-1966. CHARLES ADDINGTON CAGLE, b. Abt. 1867, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1865-1966. EDDIE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1874, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1865-1966. M. A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1876, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1864-1969. EUGENE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1879, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1865-1966.

206. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 1844 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died 1935 in Massac County, Illinois. He married MARY CAROLINE STOCKDALE April 05, 1866 in Benton County, Tennessee, daughter of DEE STOCKDALE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN. She was born 1847 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died 1867 in Carroll County, Tennessee. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: George moved first to Union County, Illinois before settling in Massac County, Illinois. His brothers, William, Leonard, Charles, Thomas and David were living in Johnson County, Illinois. All are originally from Tennessee.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee More About MARY CAROLINE STOCKDALE: Cause of Death: Child birth Medical Information: Died giving birth to her daughter, Mary Ann in 1867. Child of GEORGE CAGLE and MARY STOCKDALE is:

414. i. MARY ANN5 CAGLE, b. 1867, Carroll County, Tennessee; d. 1927, Benton County, Tennessee.

207. LEONARD TAYLOR4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 1849 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died 1904 in Brookport, Johnson County, Illinois. He married M ARY ANN STATEN Abt. 1866 in Carroll County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1848 in Kentucky, and died WFT Est. 1891-1943. Notes for LEONARD TAYLOR CAGLE: Leonard migrated with his brothers to Johnson County, Illinois with his brothers, William, Charles, Thomas and David. More About LEONARD TAYLOR CAGLE: Alternate Birth: September 1847, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee with his father. Census 2: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with widowed mother. Census 3: 1870, Massac County, Illinois Children of LEONARD CAGLE and MARY STATEN are:

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ALBERT5 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1867; d. WFT Est. 1868-1957. MARTHA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1869; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963. LEONARD THOMAS CAGLE, b. August 21, 1869, Massac County, Illinois; d. January 09, 1933, Metropolis, Mossac County, Illinois. ALLEY GRIFFIN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1873; d. WFT Est. 1874-1963. MAY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1875; d. WFT Est. 1876-1969. JOHN J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1877; d. WFT Est. 1878-1967. DAVID F. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1879; d. WFT Est. 1880-1969. MARY J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1881; d. WFT Est. 1882-1975. HATTIE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1883; d. WFT Est. 1884-1977. ROBERT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1885; d. WFT Est. 1886-1975. LOU CAGLE, b. Abt. 1887; d. WFT Est. 1888-1981. IDA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1889; d. WFT Est. 1890-1983.

208. CHARLES MO4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 1850 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1876-1942 in Massac County, Illinois. He married (1) A MANDA P. MORRIS July 21, 1870 in Massac County, Illinois. She was born Abt. 1851 in Illinois, and died WFT Est. 18761945 in Tennessee. He married (2) SALLIE UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1870-1900. She was born 1854 in Cumberland County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1870-1948. Notes for CHARLES MO CAGLE: Charles migrated from Tennessee with his brothers, William, Leonard, Thomas and David, all settling in Johnson County, Illinois except George Washington Cagle, who settled in Union County, Illinois before moving to Massac County, Illinois. The tombstone of John, Charles's father, indicates Charles was born in 1851; however, he is listed on the 1850 census of Carroll County, Tennessee as 11-12 (11 months) which would seem to indicate he was born in 1849.

More About CHARLES MO CAGLE: Alternate Birth: December 1851, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Carroll County, Tennessee with his father. Census 2: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee Census 3: 1870, Massac County, Illinois Children of CHARLES CAGLE and AMANDA MORRIS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. BIRTIS5 CAGLE, b. Aft. 1870; d. WFT Est. 1871-1960. CHARLES EVERETT CAGLE, b. Aft. 1870; d. WFT Est. 1871-1960. ALICE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1872, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1871-1964. R. FRANK CAGLE, b. Abt. 1876, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1871-1960. M. EFFIE CAGLE, b. March 1880, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1871-1964.

209. THOMAS B.4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born August 02, 1852 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died April 05, 1935 in New Columbia, Massac County, Illinois. He married SARAH EVA RICHARDSON July 09, 1873 in Massac County, Illinois. She was born Abt. 1854 in Illinois, and died WFT Est. 1879-1948. Notes for THOMAS B. CAGLE: Thomas migrated to Johnson County, Illinois with his brothers William, Leonard Charles and David. George Washington, his other brother moved to Union County, Illinois. Later Thomas, moved on to Massac County, Illinois.

More About T HOMAS B. CAGLE: Alternate Birth: August 22, 1852, Carroll County, Tennessee Census 1: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with his widowed mother. Census 2: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois

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i. ii. JESSIE M.5 CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1873-1902; d. WFT Est. 1879-1981. DAUGHTER CAGLE, b. WFT Est. 1873-1902; d. WFT Est. 1878-1984.

210. DAVID HAMILTON4 CAGLE (JOHN M.3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 11, 1855 in Carroll County, Tennessee, and died October 16, 1936 in Metropolis, Massac County, Illinois. He married K ATIE Q. LAMBERT May 25, 1877 in Massac County, Illinois. She was born Abt. 1859 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1890-1952. Notes for DAVID HAMILTON CAGLE: David migrated to Johnson County, Illinois with his brothers, William, Leonard, Charles, and Thomas. His other brother, George Washington Cagle, migrated to Union County, Illinois before settling in Massac County, Illinois. David also, moved again to Massac County, Illinois.

More About DAVID HAMILTON CAGLE: Alternate Birth: November 11, 1853, Carroll County, Tennessee Burial: October 1936 Census 1: 1860, Benton County, Tennessee with his widowed mother. Census 2: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois Children of DAVID CAGLE and KATIE LAMBERT are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. JEREMIAH H.5 CAGLE, b. 1878, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1878-1967. DORA CAGLE, b. Aft. 1879, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1880-1973. DAVID T. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1881; d. WFT Est. 1882-1971. CARRIE K. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1883; d. WFT Est. 1884-1977. ERNESTINE M. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1885; d. WFT Est. 1886-1979. ALTA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1887; d. WFT Est. 1888-1981.

211. ELIZABETH4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1805 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died January 18, 1877 in Warren County, Tennessee. She married W ILLIAM M. MOFFITT 1829 in Warren County, Tennessee, son of ROBERT MOFFITT and CATHERINE UNKNOWN. He was born 1798 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died November 08, 1866 in Warren County, Tennessee. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: January 19, 1877, Myers Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with husband and 7 children. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with husband and 4 children. More About WILLIAM M. MOFFITT: Burial: November 09, 1866, Myers Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee Children of ELIZABETH CAGLE and WILLIAM MOFFITT are:

i. CHARLES CAGLE5 MOFFITT, b. December 1827, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. 1918, Cagle, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; m. (1) ELIZABETH CLEMONS, Abt. 1848; b. 1831; d. WFT Est. 1854-1925; m. (2) LOUISA JANE EADY, December 08, 1853, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1830, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1925. More About CHARLES CAGLE MOFFITT: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 22 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with Louisa and 4 children. More About LOUISA JANE EADY: Census: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with husband and 4 children. ii. ALFRED MOFFITT, b. October 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. 1917, Cottle, Texas; m. M ARY STIPES, WFT Est. 1847-1878; b. Abt. 1831, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1880-1926.

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More About ALFRED MOFFITT: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 20 years. Census 2: 1860, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Mary and 4 children. More About MARY STIPES: Census: 1860, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Alfred and 4 children. iii. MALINDA ELIZABETH MOFFITT, b. 1834, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1877, Warren County, Tennessee; m. JASPER N. ROWLAND, October 21, 1853, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1834, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1878-1926. More About MALINDA ELIZABETH MOFFITT: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 16 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with husband and 3 children. iv. AARON P. MOFFITT, b. September 24, 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. August 24, 1909, Van Buren County, Tennessee; m. MARTHA ELLEN SCOTT, July 31, 1888, Van Buren County, Tennessee; b. May 04, 1868, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. August 01, 1928, Van Buren County, Tennessee. More About AARON P. MOFFITT: Burial: August 25, 1909, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 13 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 23 years. More About MARTHA ELLEN SCOTT: Burial: August 03, 1928, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee v. HUGH LAWSON HILL MOFFITT, b. 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. 1907, Van Buren County, Tennessee; m. MARY ANN RUSSEL, WFT Est. 1861-1890, Van Buren County, Tennessee; b. July 15, 1849, Van Buren County, Tennessee; d. March 29, 1945, Van Buren County, Tennessee. Notes for HUGH LAWSON HILL MOFFITT: He went by Harvey L. Both buried at Laurel Creek Cemetery , Van Buren County, Tennessee Children were listed in a biography of Hugh Lawson Moffitt.

More About HUGH LAWSON HILL MOFFITT: Burial: 1907, Laurel Creek Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 21 years. More About MARY ANN RUSSEL: Burial: March 31, 1945, Laurel Creek Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee vi. JOSIAH S. MOFFITT, b. 1842, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. December 05, 1901, Union, Falkner County, Arkansas; m. (1) SARAH DRAKE, October 29, 1865, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1846, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1875-1940; m. (2) F RANCES ROBERTS, October 18, 1876, Warren County, Tennessee; b. July 1854, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1893-1949. Notes for JOSIAH S. MOFFITT: Josiah is listed in the 1850 Census of Warren County, Tennessee as Isaiah Cagle, age 8 years with his parents.

More About JOSIAH S. MOFFITT: Burial: December 16, 1901, City Cemetery, Union, Falkner County, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 18 years. vii. WILLIAM DENTON MOFFITT, b. April 10, 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; d. November 20, 1931, New Union, Warren County, Tennessee; m. HANNAH CHARLEE GRIBBLE, October 14, 1865, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1850, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1889-1945. More About WILLIAM DENTON MOFFITT:

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Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 4 years. Census 2: 1860, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 14 years.

212. MARGARET4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 26, 1806 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died June 04, 1871 in Temple Hill, Pope County, Illinois. She married ABNER RUSSELL 1831 in Warren County, Tennessee, son of J OHN RUSSEL and RHODE NEWBERRY. He was born July 29, 1804 in Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee, and died November 11, 1885 in Temple Hill, Pope County, Illinois. More About MARGARET CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee More About ABNER RUSSELL: Occupation: Mechanic and farmer Children of MARGARET CAGLE and ABNER RUSSELL are:

i. CATHERINE CHARLENE5 RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1832, Massac County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1850-1926; m. IRWIN L. HOLLOWAY, WFT Est. 1847-1877; b. 1828, Massac County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1848-1919. More About CATHERINE CHARLENE RUSSELL: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 18 years. ii. ELIZA RUSSELL, b. June 19, 1833, Massac County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1872-1928; m. J OHN DITTERLINE, Abt. 1852; b. 1829, Massac County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1873-1921. More About ELIZA RUSSELL: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 17 years. 415. iii. iv. LUCINDA RUSSELL, b. February 09, 1835, Warren County, Tennessee; d. December 28, 1907, Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 72.. ABNER RUSSELL, JR., b. February 15, 1844, Metropolis, Massac County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1856-1935; m. S ARAH CATHERINE VAUGHN, WFT Est. 1856-1891; b. February 12, 1836; d. WFT Est. 1860-1930. More About ABNER RUSSELL, JR.: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years.

213. REBECCA4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 19, 1808 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died January 01, 1858 in Van Buren County, Tennessee. She married LEWIS CARMACK 1830 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. He was born March 16, 1806 in Tennessee, and died December 20, 1872 in Van Buren County, Tennessee. Notes for REBECCA CAGLE: Rebecca moved to Pulaski County, Missouri in 1850. In 1830 family was in Warren County, Tennessee, in 1840 they were in Wilson County, Tennessee , and 1850 they were in Van Buren County, Tennessee. and then went to Missouri sometime after 1845. Rebecca was one of two chain carriers, for her father during the survey of August 20, 1826 as recorded on page 124, Bledsoe County Surveyor's Book, 1824--1826, 100 Acres/Entry #394 on Cumberland Mountain, on the waters of Brush Creek. Rebecca would have been 18 years of age at this time. Rebecca and Lewis left 1850 and settled in Pulaski County, Missouri. 1860 Carmack Lewis Pulaski County Missouri 312 Humboldt P. O. Federal Population Schedule Missouri 1860 Federal Census Index Missouri 06065128 1870 Carmack Lewis Pulaski County Missouri 222 Union Township Federal Population Schedule Missouri 1870 Federal Census Index Missouri 29834017 1870 Carmack Lewis Pulaski County Missouri 222 Union Township Federal Population Schedule Missouri 1870 Federal Census Index Missouri 29834018 This is from the Bledsoe county, Tennessee deed book L page 347. Charles Cagle of Warren county, Tennessee,

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heirs were: William Moffett and wife Elizabeth (Cagle) , Lewis Carmack and wife Rebecca of Van Buren County, Tennessee. Abner Russell and wife Margaret of Marion County Tennessee . David Cagle Littleton Cagle and his wife Catherine of Warren County, Tennessee. Henry Cagle of Franklin County, Tennessee. Charles C., Lewis Carmack, wife Rebecca Cagle Carmack, and their son, Henry are all buried at a Farm Cemetery on the land which once was their farm. It is located between Waynesville and Crocker, Missouri. Most of their children are buried at Crocker Cemetery . In a book "Bledsoe County, Tenn-A-History" in the appendix under "Indian Wars Cherokees and Seminole" are listed Lewis Carmack and David Cagle . Some think they were members of a Militia that was called up to go to Florida and fight the Indians.

More About REBECCA CAGLE: Burial: January 03, 1858, Cagle Family Cemetery, between Waynesville and Crocker, Missouri Census: 1850, Van Buren County, Tennessee Notes for LEWIS CARMACK: In the book "Bledsoe County, Tennessee-A-History" appendix under Indian Wars, Cherokees and Seminole, are listed Lewis Carmack and David Cagle. They were members of the militia who went to Florida to fight the Indian wars. By 1830, they were in Warren County, Tennessee, in 1840 in Wilson County, Tennessee and then went to Missouri sometime after 1845. Lewis was born in Tennessee. His parents crossed the Gap and settled at the foot of the mountains. Lewis fought in the Indian wars in Florida in 1836.

More About LEWIS CARMACK: Burial: December 21, 1872, Cagle Family Cemetery, between Waynesville and Crocker, Missouri Census: 1860, Pulaski, Missouri Children of REBECCA CAGLE and LEWIS CARMACK are:

i. LOUISA SUSAN5 CARMACK, b. January 31, 1831, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. May 30, 1911, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. JOHN MULKIE PAYNE, Abt. 1850; b. June 05, 1834, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. November 14, 1892, Pulaski County, Missouri. JOHN A. CARMACK, b. May 12, 1833, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. July 16, 1921, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. THURSEY A. RAMSEY, WFT Est. 1850-1883; b. WFT Est. 1829-1849; d. WFT Est. 1850-1933. CHARLES C. CARMACK, b. January 25, 1835, Van Buren County, Tennessee; d. September 23, 1898, Crocker, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. M ARY POLLY PAYNE, October 04, 1854, Van Buren County, Tennessee; b. May 10, 1835, Columbus, Kentucky; d. October 07, 1910, Crocker, Pulaski County, Missouri. Notes for CHARLES C. CARMACK: Buried at Pulaski County, Missouri. Information on Charles C. Carmack is from his descendent Karen and C. Stadler. More About CHARLES C. CARMACK: Burial: September 24, 1898, Crocker, Pulaski County, Missouri More About MARY POLLY PAYNE: Burial: October 08, 1910, Crocker, Pulaski County, Missouri iv. LUCY CARMACK, b. January 10, 1838, Van Buren County, Tennessee; d. July 22, 1916, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. JAMES BATES, WFT Est. 1854-1885; b. 1837, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1863-1928. More About LUCY CARMACK: Census: 1860, Pulaski County, Missouri v. JESSE ALLEN CARMACK, b. March 20, 1840, Van Buren County, Tennessee; d. June 17, 1907, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. MARTHA DECKER, WFT Est. 1857-1888; b. WFT Est. 1836-1855, Kentucky; d. WFT

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L. WILLIAM CARMACK, b. March 05, 1848, Van Buren County, Tennessee; d. September 11, 1913, Pulaski County, Missouri; m. AMANDA HAITEMAN, WFT Est. 1865-1896; b. WFT Est. 1844-1863; d. WFT Est. 1865-1948.

214. ELIZA JANE4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1809 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1847-1904. She married ANDREW JACKSON HILL Abt. 1832 in Weakly County, Tennessee, son of HENRY HILL and MARY JOHNSON. He was born April 25, 1816 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1848-1907. Notes for ANDREW JACKSON HILL: In a Hill Family Gedcom, there is mention of a Kickapoo Indian massacre of a surveying party consisting of 38 people in 1838. Among those massacred were Dr. George Hill and Andrew J. Hill of Navarro County, Texas.

Children of ELIZA CAGLE and ANDREW HILL are:

i. EUPHEMA5 HILL, b. WFT Est. 1830-1860; d. WFT Est. 1835-1941; m. REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE, WFT Est. 1835-1875; b. 1816, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880, Johnson County, Illinois. Notes for REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE: Isaac was a Baptist Preacher. Isaac R. Cagle appeared in the 1850 Lawrence County, Alabama at age 34 along with his first wife Amanda, mother of James who is living next to his father Isaac. Isaac's mother Celia age 60. On Nov 26, 1953 Isaac R. and Amanda sold a tract of land in Johnson County, Illinois to Stephen H. Perriman. Their stay in Illinois at that time, however, was short since Isaac and Amanda appeared in Franklin County, Alabama in the 1860 census along with his mother Celia, 70. Amanda died in the 1870's and Isaac was then married to Elizabeth, who seems to be the mother of the four youngest children. Henry Utley appears to be the son of Elizabeth by her 1st marriage; at her marriage to Isaac Cagle on March 2, 1866, she lists her name as Elizabeth Utley. More About REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Polk County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 3: 1860, Franklin County, Tennessee Census 4: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois Occupation: Baptist Minister ii. iii. iv. v. ELIZABETH L. HILL, b. 1833, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1869-1928; m. A MOS F. MOORE, February 18, 1864, Weakly County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1815-1844; d. WFT Est. 1869-1929. JOHN G. HILL, b. 1838, Weakly County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1868-1929; m. M ARTHA A. BEARD, November 05, 1862, Weakly County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1824-1847; d. WFT Est. 1867-1936. MARY JANE HILL, b. 1841, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1859-1935; m. W . S. HALL, December 12, 1855, Weakly County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1810-1836; d. WFT Est. 1860-1924. WILLIAM HILL, b. 1844, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1869-1935; m. S AMANTHA ANN CROCKETT, June 13, 1863, Weakly County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1826-1850; d. WFT Est. 1868-1939.

215. LITTLETON YOUNG4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1810 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died March 1889 in Brockdell, Bledsoe County, Tennessee at 79 years old.. He married LUCINDA CATHERINE ROSS Abt. 1835 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. She was born 1818 in Jackson, Clark County, Alabama, and died 1889 in Brockdell, Bledsoe County, Tennessee.

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More About LITTLETON YOUNG CAGLE: Burial: March 1889, Cagle Cemetery, Brockdell, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 1: 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 3: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee Census 4: 1860, Sequatchie, Tennessee Civil District #8, Dunlap P.O. Census 5: 1870, Was missed in this census. Census 6: 1880, Sequatchie County, Tennessee Tax List 1: 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1837, Birmingham, Alabama Tax List 3: 1838, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 4: 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee More About LUCINDA CATHERINE ROSS: Burial: 1889, Cagle Cemetery, Brockdell, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Children of LITTLETON CAGLE and LUCINDA ROSS are:

i. ELIJAH5 CAGLE, b. 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1856-1927; m. E LIZA UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1855-1885; b. 1840, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1856-1934. More About ELIJAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 14 years. 416. ii. iii. LINDSEY CORBIN CAGLE, b. April 29, 1838, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; d. February 11, 1893, Madison County, Alabama. CHARLES CAGLE, b. February 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1883-1931; m. L UCINDA MCGLOTHLIN, December 03, 1865, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1829-1853; d. WFT Est. 1882-1942. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 11 years. Census 2: 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee with parents at age 21 years. Census 3: 1870, Sequatchie County, Tennessee Census 4: 1880, Sequatchie County, Tennessee iv. HENRY P. CAGLE, b. March 31, 1841, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1910-1934; m. (1) REBECCA ANN AUSTIN, Abt. 1861; b. July 04, 1841, Tennessee; d. December 03, 1898, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; m. (2) MARY UNKNOWN, 1899, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1858, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1903-1953. More About HENRY P. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1870, Sequatchie County, Tennessee with Rebecca and 3 children. Census 3: 1880, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Rebecca and 5 children. Census 4: 1900, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Mary and 2 children. Census 5: 1910, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Mary and 1 child. More About REBECCA ANN AUSTIN: Burial: December 06, 1898, Pope Cemetery, Bledsoe County, Tennessee 417. v. vi. SUSAN ANN CAGLE, b. August 16, 1843, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. May 01, 1899, Coal Mine Mountain, Jackson County, Alabama. LUCINDA ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. August 16, 1845, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1939; m. ANDREW JACKSON EATON, June 16, 1866, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; b. 1841, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1932. Notes for LUCINDA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Lucinda Elizabeth is listed on both the 1850 census of Marion County, and the 1860 census of Sequatchie County, TN as "Elizabeth" with her parents.

More About LUCINDA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 years.

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Census 2: 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee with parents at age 15 years. vii. JOHN C. CAGLE, b. August 1846, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1901-1938; m. MARTHA BRITT, WFT Est. 1880-1911, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; b. May 1867, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1903-1962. More About JOHN C. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 4 years. Census 2: 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee with parents at age 14 years. Census 3: 1900, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Martha and 3 children. viii. WILLIAM W. CAGLE, b. November 20, 1847, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; d. 1929, Madison County, Alabama; m. (1) SUSAN BRITTANA BURNETT, November 14, 1866, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; b. WFT Est. 1827-1852; d. Aft. 1869, Bledsoe County, Tennessee; m. (2) M ARTHA J. CHRISTIAN, October 27, 1870, Sequatchie County, Tennessee; b. June 1853, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1898-1948. More About WILLIAM W. CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Bill" Census 1: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1860, Sequatchie County, Tennessee with parents at age 11 years. Census 3: 1870, Bledsoe County, Tennessee with Susan and 2 children. Census 4: 1880, Madison County, Alabama with Martha and 4 children. Census 5: 1900, Madison County, Alabama with Martha and 8 children. Census 6: 1910, Madison County, Alabama with Martha and 4 children. Notes for SUSAN BRITTANA BURNETT: Susan was listed on the 1880 Sequatchie County, Tennessee census as "Brittana".

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216. DAVID BENJAMIN4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1811 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, and died 1880 in Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas. He married (1) ELIZABETH CARMICHAEL 1830 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born 1811 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1850 in Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas. He married (2) SARAH ANN TIMS DUNN May 30, 1860 in Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas. She was born August 1825 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1867-1920. Notes for DAVID BENJAMIN CAGLE: David was in Sevier County, Tennessee during the 1850 US Federal Census. Children: Caroline 19, Charles 17, Susan 11, John 10 and Matilda 7 were all in school at the time of this census. David moved to Clark County, Arkansas prior to the 1860 Census and remained there for the rest of his life.

More About DAVID BENJAMIN CAGLE: Cause of Death: Hemochromotosis Census 1: 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee with Elizabeth and 4 children. Census 3: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with Elizabeth and 8 children. Census 4: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with Sarah and 6 children. Census 5: 1870, Clark County, Arkansas with Sarah and 2 children.

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Census 6: 1880, Clark County, Arkansas with Sarah and 2 children. Medical Information: Iron overload, running in this family line. Occupation: Farmer Tax List 1: 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1837, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 3: 1838, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 4: 1839, Bledsoe County, Tennessee More About ELIZABETH CARMICHAEL: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee, age 19 years. More About SARAH ANN TIMS DUNN: Census: 1900, Clark County, Arkansas with Son, Rufus at age 74 years. Marriage Notes for DAVID CAGLE and SARAH DUNN: Sarah was 35 years old and David was 50 years old when they married. Sarah was living with her son, Rufus during the census of 1870, Clark County, Arkansas.

Children of DAVID CAGLE and ELIZABETH CARMICHAEL are:

i. CAROLINE5 CAGLE, b. 1831, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1832-1925. More About CAROLINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 19 years. Census 2: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with father at age 29 years. ii. CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1833, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1865-1924; m. F RANCES TAYLOR, April 18, 1859, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1835, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1864-1929. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Charles was age 17 in a 1850 Warren County, Tennessee. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee at age 17 years. More About FRANCES TAYLOR: Aka (Facts Pg): "Frankie" iii. SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. 1839, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1893, Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas; m. DANIEL R. ROBERTS, October 12, 1855, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; b. 1835, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. 1903, Fendley, Clark County, Arkansas. More About SUSANNAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 11 years. 420. iv. v. JOHN DAVID CAGLE, b. April 09, 1842, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. February 01, 1869, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. MATILDA JANE CAGLE, b. 1843, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1937; m. (1) J. H. SKEIN, Bef. 1867; b. 1839, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1930; m. (2) ISAAC ROBERTS, January 06, 1867, Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas; b. 1847, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1873-1938. More About MATILDA JANE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years. Census 2: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with father at age 17 years. vi. MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. March 03, 1845, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 18611939; m. VINCENT PERRY JOHNSON, WFT Est. 1860-1890; b. 1841, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1861-1932. More About MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE:

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Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 5 years. Census 2: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with father at age 15 years. vii. PHOEBE MARILLA CAGLE, b. 1848, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1873-1942, Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas; m. WASHINGTON FRANK WILDER, January 06, 1867, Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas; b. 1844, Warren County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1870, Caddo Township, Clark County, Arkansas. More About PHOEBE MARILLA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with parents at age 12 years. Census 3: 1870, Clark County, Arkansas head of household. viii. WILLIAM DILLARD CAGLE, b. September 14, 1849, Warren County, Tennessee; d. November 1884, Gurdon, Clark County, Arkansas; m. ELIZABETH HILL, March 16, 1871, Greenville, Green County, Tennessee; b. March 23, 1854, Somerville, Fayette County, Tennessee; d. November 23, 1936, Gurdon, Clark County, Arkansas. Notes for WILLIAM DILLARD CAGLE: Was living in Greenville Township, Clark County, Arkansas with family of Frederick Hill, his father in law, during Census for 1870. During the 1860 census he was still living with his father at Greenville Township, Clark County, Arkansas, Arkadelphia P.O.

More About WILLIAM DILLARD CAGLE: Burial: November 1884, Dobyville Cemetery, Gurdon, Clark County, Arkansas Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 1 year. Census 2: 1860, Clark County, Arkansas with father at age 11 years. Census 3: 1870, Clark County, Arkansas with frederick Hill family at age 21 years. Census 4: 1880, Clark County, Arkansas with wife and 5 children. Notes for ELIZABETH HILL: William was still listed with his parents in 1860 Census of Greenville Township, Clark County, Arkadelphia P. O., Arkansas, he was listed in the household of the family of Frederick Hill in 1870 Census of Greenville Township, Clark County, Arkansas. The Hills, who originated Warren County, Tennessee were intermarried with both of these Cagle groups of Clark County, Arkansas, that of David Cagle and John Fullbright Cagle.

More About ELIZABETH HILL: Burial: November 25, 1936, Dobyville Cemetery, Gurdon, Clark County, Arkansas

Child of DAVID CAGLE and SARAH DUNN is:

421. ix. RUFUS MILES5 CAGLE, b. February 07, 1861, Greenville Township, Clark County, Arkansas; d. January 10, 1929, Clark County, Arkansas.

217. HENRY EDWARD4 CAGLE (CHARLES4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, and died Aft. September 18, 1864 in Clarksville, Newton County, Arkansas. He married MARTHA ISABELLE PINETREE 1836 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born June 11, 1815 in Cherokee Nation, Georgia, and died February 02, 1910 in Jethro, Franklin County, Tennessee. Notes for HENRY EDWARD CAGLE: In the book "History of Newton County, Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas" by Walter F. Lackey the following notation: "November 1, 1859 #11682 to Henry Cagle, 40 Acres for $40 at Newton County, Arkansas, Township 17, North Range 19 West. " Henry was enlisted as a Arkansas Confederate in Company B, Second Mounted Dragoons. Henry enlisted on July 15, 1861 and fought for the Confederates until he was wounded on August 31, 1864. He was in the hospital at Barnesville, Georgia near Love Joy, Georgia. His leg had to be amputated. Henry appears on the Inspection report, commanded by Brigadier General D. H. Reynolds dated September 18, 1864 at rank of Second Lieutenant. The Second Regiment of Arkansas Mounted Rifles was to provide the firepower of an Infantry Regiment with the mobility of a Calvary unit. Rather than possessing the advantages of each group, they attempted to combine which multiplied the disadvantages. The Second Mounted Rifles served relatively for a brief period of time. They were transferred to the east bank of the Mississippi River

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in the Spring of 1862. The regiment was dismounted. It was requested to have it remounted but they continued to serve as Infantry for the rest of the war. Company B, Second Mounted Rifles was made up of men from the area now known as Pottsville, Russelville, Atkins and as far east as Point Remove. The company was composed of 86 men and commanded by Benjamin T. Embry, a successful farmer and merchant, who resided at what is now Arkins, Arkansas. The company originally as Calvary and were required to furnish their own horses and accouterments. They travelled approximately 150 miles to Osage Prairie outside of Bentonville, Arkansas where they were sworn into the Confederate Service. Benjamin T. Embry, the original company Commander was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the Regiment and First Lieutenant Peter W. Parker became Captain. The Regiment was designated Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles and command was given to James McQueen McIntosh, a West Point Graduate from Kentucky. The unit had 86 men in it's original roster. In 1865 at the surrender of the Army of Tennessee there were only 8 men remaining of the original 86. Out of the Regiment that was composed of 1,200 men, only 84 remained. The unit had fought from the Western reaches of the Confederacy to the Eastern Sea Coast. They had fought in 9 states and over 30 engagements. They were known as one of the finest, hardest and most reliable fighting units in the Army of Tennessee. There were only 8 survivors in the unit for parole at the end of the War. Henry was 49 years old when he went in the CSA Army. One of the descendants said that Henry only had one leg and was burning up with fever when he arrived home. Martha went to get water and when she returned bushwhackers had killed him and a young boy. Henry's daughters Nancy and Suzie tried to fight them off and save the boy who was either a son, or a child of Nancy or Suzie. Henry along with wife Martha and six children were enumerated in the 1850 Sevier County Census. Moved to Richland Township about 1853 or 1854, I think, this should be about right because James J. was born in January 11, 1855 in Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas. It has been passed down that Jeremiah "Jerry" Standridge came to Tennessee to get this family group and bring them back to Newton County, Arkansas because he was in love with Nancy Cagle. Jeremiah married Nancy, March 15,1856 in Pope County, Arkansas. In 1859 Henry Cagle bought 40.00 acres in Richland Township, Newton County Arkansas: His deed reads: "November 1, 1859 #11682 to Henry Cagle, 40 acres for $40.00, at Newton County, Arkansas, Township 17, North Range 19 West" The above information was found in a book "History of Newton County, Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas" by Walter F. Lackey.

More About HENRY EDWARD CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with Martha and 6 children. Tax List 1: 1836, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1837, Bledsoe County, Tennessee Notes for MARTHA ISABELLE PINETREE: Martha apparently remarried after the murder of her husband because she was later found living with her son Charles Arter and daughter in law Mary. One year Margaret Emeline, her daughter by Henry went to visit her family, she said that Martha was still living with them, she smoked a clay pipe and spoke broken English. Emeline said Martha was Cherokee Indian (her Indian name was Pinetree.) Martha lived to be 95 years old. She is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Jethro, Franklin County, Arkansas, next to her grave is a dogwood tree planted beside her headstone. This tree is not native to Arkansas but is native to Tennessee. This was said to be Martha's favorite tree. This story was proved by Elizabeth Robnett who served as Bledsoe County Historian for more than 25 years. More About MARTHA ISABELLE PINETREE: Alternate Death: February 02, 1910, Ozark, Watalula, Franklin County, Arkansas Burial: February 04, 1910, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Jethro, Franklin County, Arkansas Fact 1: She smoked a clay pipe Fact 2: Was said to have been full Cherokee Indian Occupation: Housewife Children of HENRY CAGLE and MARTHA PINETREE are:

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NANCY5 CAGLE, b. 1837, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. September 25, 1880, Americus, Lyon County, Kansas; m. JEREMIAH STANDRIDGE, March 15, 1856, Pope County, Arkansas; b. December 25, 1834, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; d. February 23, 1917, Arkansas. Notes for NANCY CAGLE: Nancy and her family were on the Wagon Train that went to Idaho and most of the people on the Wagon Train were family. Nancy died on the way back home to Newton County, Arkansas on September 25, 1880 in Kansas from Typhoid Fever. Her son General Alexander Standridge also died from the fever along with Nancy's sister in law. Alexander died two days before or two days after Lydia Margaret Standridge Cagle who died September 30, 1880 and is buried in Americus, Lyon County, Kansas.

More About NANCY CAGLE: Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever Census: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with parents at age 13 years. Notes for JEREMIAH STANDRIDGE: Jerry was enlisted in Company C, 1st Arkansas Infantry Volunteers, Union at Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 12, 1863 and was discharged on August 10, 1865 at Fort Smith, Arkansas. He was 6'3" tall with grey eyes, hair was dark and his complexion was dark. During the Civil War, Jerry's Military records shows him as a deserter and absent on detached service with the Captain Vanderpool for the same period of time. It could be due to a difference in the opinion of the person who took the roll or it could have just been a mass confusion. Jerry remarried after Nancy's death and had a total of 23 children. He died and was buried at Moore Cemetery just inside the south gate and has a Military Marker.

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SUSANNAH CAGLE, b. 1840, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. 1927, Galena, Stone County, Missouri; m. (1) JOHN WESLEY STANDRIDGE, JR., December 26, 1858, Newton County, Arkansas; b. Abt. 1832, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; d. February 19, 1865, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; m. (2) SQUIRE RICHARD MEEKS, Aft. 1864; b. Abt. 1831, Arkansas; d. WFT Est. 1875-1923, Newton County, Arkansas. Notes for SUSANNAH CAGLE: The story goes, after bushwhackers killed her second husband Richard Meeks, she took the boys and went on the ill-fated wagon train on the Oregon Trail. For some reason, they stopped in Idaho with other family members. They remained there from 1887 to 1880. They worked there for awhile to save up enough money to make the trip back home to Newton County, Arkansas. After she returned to Arkansas, she moved to Missouri near her brother Henry Carson Cagle. The boys stole two horses and rode bareback to Arkansas and that's when they changed their names because the law was looking for them. William Marion Cagle (Jeremiah Standridge) was hiding on White River when he saw a pretty young girl being baptized and wanted to get to know her. It turned out that she was the daughter of the Sheriff of Marion County. Her name was Ella Fee and they ended up getting married. James (bro of Jerry) married Ella Fee's cousin, Ona Barkheimer. Notes for Susanna "Susan" "Susie" Cagle: Age 10, in the 1850 Census Warren County, Tennessee She was on the wagon train with her children

More About SUSANNAH CAGLE: Burial: 1927, Galena, Stone County, Missouri Census 1: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee with parents at age 10 years. Notes for JOHN WESLEY STANDRIDGE, JR.: John enlisted in Company C 1st. Arkansas Infantry, Union on February 12, 1863 and was killed by bushwhackers at his home on February 19, 1865. His war record states that he was 5' 9" tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes and light hair. The record also states that John was in camp at Fort Smith and received word that his father and two brothers had been killed by bushwhackers and their families had been robbed of their food and clothing. John was in the Civil War, John was a private in the Arkansas Infantry February 12,1863. His Captains name was James R. Vanderpool and the lieutenant was Jack Case. He was reported murdered shot several times by Querrill on February 19, 1865 while home without leave. His wife Susanna "Susan" Cagle age 23 years old with three small children sent in an application for pension no. 123,212. Application was rejected

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June 19, 1866, soldier murdered while absent without leave. Susan had written John a letter while he was at Fort Smith, Arkansas to tell him that his father John, and two of his brothers Lemuel and Washington were murdered and that they had been robbed of all there food and clothing. Susan and their three small children lived there with the family. John had come home to help them get some food and clothing. John had only been home one day before Querrill and his men came back and shot him several times and murdered him. There is a letter that said John came home on furlough near the close of the war to see his family and was killed the next day by Querrill bushwhackers. He was reported by enemies to be a deserter but his old widow of this place now 82 years old declares he was not. Susan and her children never believed him guilty of desertion. Captain Vanderpool testified at John's hearing, that he fully believed that John would return to his unit after helping his family and got the charges reduced from desertion to A.W.O.L. Susan did receive a bounty from the government for John's service, but did not get a pension because he was A.W.O.L. at the time of his death. She moved to Stone County, Missouri shortly thereafter. Her tombstone at Galena, Missouri gives dates of 1840 to 1927. (this was in C.L Boyd's book on page 900. Hear is a story out of the "Standridge Book", sent in by Evelyn Flood, book by C. L. Boyd. The Hanging in Limestone Valley , Newton County, Arkansas - May 29, 1863. Sent in By Evelyn Flood as printed in the Newton County Family History. On March 24, 1863, Captain J. R. Vanderpool of Company C, 1st. Arkansas Infantry (under Colonel James M. Johnson) was ordered from Fayetteville, Arkansas, along with Captain Abial Stevens of Company E, 1st. Regular Arkansas Infantry and a group of men to go to Newton County for scouting. They encountered many Confederate forces and retreated to the post at Fayetteville, leaving several union men behind. When these men returned to Fayetteville, they found that the post had been evacuated on April 16, 1863. They were then at high risk of being captured by Confederates and had to hide. Those known to be left behind were Gilbert Smith, David Flood, James Smith, (Gilbert's brother and David's brother-in-law), John Standridge, Kelsey Gilmore, O. C. Bright and possibly others. All of these men were taken prisoner, plus David's neighbor, Berry Stone (who may have hidden these men). Someone had a knife and some of the men cut themselves loose and escaped. David Flood, his brother-in-law James Smith, and Berry Stone were hanged by Confederates on the same tree, supposedly in Limestone Valley. " you could see the rope marks one year later, " according to one source. When David Flood was taken prisoner, his wife Martha followed after the men pleading; but they were hanged anyway. John Standridge and the others returned to their command. John Standridge later heard of his father's and brothers death and returned to Newton County to help find them food, clothing and protect his family. He was also killed by the bushwhackers on February 19, 1865. His widow was unable to draw his pension since he had been absent without leave. (this account has been taken from many depositions and pension records from various men.) Steel Creek Cemetery This cemetery is located on the Freeman farm in Limestone Valley. To reach this cemetery, turn left at the second road after passing Odgen Cemetery going south and cross a low water bridge on Steel Creek, continue around a curve to the right. The cemetery is inside a field on the right after turning the curve. Only two graves had data on the stones. (located in section 18, township 12 N , Range 21 W. )

Notes for SQUIRE RICHARD MEEKS: Richard Meeks was said to have been Bushwhacked and Killed by Coon Ross and his brother Tal, Coon Ross was married to his sister Rhoda Meek, it has been said that Rhoda warned her brothers. Richard and Lewis Meeks both were shot and killed.

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REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1842, Warren County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1872-1936; m. W ILLIAM MEEKS, Bef. 1860, Arkansas; b. WFT Est. 1816-1845, Texas; d. WFT Est. 1872-1930, Oklahoma. Notes for REBECCA CAGLE: Rebecca would have been around 12 years old when they moved to Newton County, Arkansas, in 1854 and would have been around 17 or 18 when she married . She was married in the 1850s, She had to be married in or around Newton County, Arkansas. The other two sisters Nancy in 1856 and Susan in 1858, both to Standridge's .

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She may have married a William Meeks? (ages are wrong??) but he lived in Eufaula, Oklahoma, and was married to a Rebecca "Becky" Cagle?

More About REBECCA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1870, Stone County, Missouri with William Meeks and 2 children. 422. iv. v. CHARLES ARTER CAGLE, b. February 25, 1844, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. December 20, 1927, Ozark, Watalula, Franklin County, Arkansas. SARAH ANN CAGLE, b. April 07, 1847, Warren County, Tennessee; d. September 22, 1913, Sallisaw, Oklahoma; m. SAMUEL JAMES STANDRIDGE, March 1864, Newton County, Arkansas; b. December 01, 1841, Newton County, Arkansas; d. September 25, 1913, Sallisaw, Oklahoma. More About SARAH ANN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1860, Newton County, Arkansas with parents at age 13 years. Notes for SAMUEL JAMES STANDRIDGE: Samuel served in Company C, 1st Arkansas Regiment Infantry Volunteers, Union. He was five feet ten inches tall, complexion is light, eyes are dark, he said they were yellow and his hair was dark. He had a scar on the top of his right ear, he said it was split open by a wild cat or some other varmint. He was asleep when he was attacked by the beast. His pension lists him a being born in Jackson County, Illinois, but the pension lists him being born in Newton County, Arkansas? He was married to Sarah Ann Cagle who was born about 1843 in Tennessee and they had a family of fourteen children. They were married by Jeremiah Meeks who was a Justice of the Peace in Newton County, Arkansas, March 1864. This information was taken from his pension records. Information was also, contained in a book by C. L. Boyd titled "Standridge".

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HENRY CARSON CAGLE, b. 1848, Warren County, Tennessee; d. August 17, 1884, Galena, Stone County, Missouri. JAMES JACKSON CAGLE, b. January 11, 1855, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; d. November 01, 1928, Okfuskee, Dewey County, Oklahoma. MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. November 28, 1857, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; d. November 05, 1895, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma; m. W ILLIAM J. LANE, April 16, 1880, Payette, Ada County, Idaho; b. October 28, 1850, Indiana; d. December 03, 1894, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Notes for MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE: Mary E. Cagle, she was married to William J. Lane. They were also on the Wagon Train, she was 21 years old. Both of them made there home in Eufaula , McIntosh County, Oklahoma, along with the younger sister Margaret C. Cagle Hubble and there family. Both were buried in Asbury Cemetery (McIntosh County , Oklahoma ) This cemetery was located in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, in Sec 25 T10N, R16E. Reinterment was made adjacent to Fishertown Cemetery, McIntosh County, block 13, Sec, T10N, R17E.

More About MARY ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: November 06, 1895, Fishertown Cemetery, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma Census: 1860, Newton County, Arkansas with parents at age 2 years. More About WILLIAM J. LANE: Burial: December 04, 1894, Fishertown Cemetery, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma ix. SON CAGLE, b. Abt. 1860, Newton County, Arkansas; d. Aft. September 1864, Newton County, Arkansas. Notes for SON CAGLE: When Henry was killed near Clarksville, Arkansas, there was a small boy who was also, killed along with him. Nancy Cagle Standridge and Suzzie Cagle Standridge tried to fight the renegades to save the small boy. This was either, a son of Henry's or a grandson. x. MARGARET CAROLINE CAGLE, b. March 11, 1860, Richland Creek, Newton County, Arkansas; d. January 15, 1949, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma; m. J OHN HUSTON HUMBLE, January 06, 1881, Polk

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County, Arkansas; b. March 11, 1861; d. January 15, 1949, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Notes for MARGARET CAROLINE CAGLE: Margaret and Husband also, made the trek on the Oregon trail stopping in Idaho for some reason. On the return trip many family members died of Typhoid Fever and were buried in Kansas in September of 1880. Margaret is buried at Asbury Cemetery, McIntosh County, Oklahoma. This cemetery was relocated due to construction of a dam which formed Lake Eufaula. She was reinterred to Fishertown Cemetery, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

More About MARGARET CAROLINE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Fishertown Cemetery, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma Census: 1860, Newton County, Arkansas with parents at age 2 months. More About JOHN HUSTON HUMBLE: Burial: Unknown, Greenwood Cemetery, Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma

218. GEORGE4 CAGLE (CHARLES ROBERT3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1813 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died February 27, 1888 in Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina. He married (1) ELIZABETH ROSA WHITLEY 1833 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1812, and died Abt. 1857. He married (2) NANCY JANE HINSON January 04, 1853 in Stanly County, North Carolina, daughter of CHARLES HINSON and MILEA CLARK. She was born 1825 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1862-1920. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with Elizabeth and 9 children. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and ELIZABETH WHITLEY are:

i. PARTHENA5 CAGLE, b. October 24, 1833, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1927. More About PARTHENA CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 17 years. ii. DAVID S. CAGLE, b. March 30, 1835, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. April 11, 1915, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. (1) M ICHEL UNKNOWN, WFT Est. 1852-1885; b. WFT Est. 1831-1851; d. WFT Est. 1852-1935; m. (2) SARAH THOMAS, 1855, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. September 23, 1835; d. April 02, 1908, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina. More About DAVID S. CAGLE: Burial: April 11, 1915, Big Lick Baptist Church Cemetery, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 15 years. More About SARAH THOMAS: Burial: April 02, 1908, Big Lick Baptist Church Cemetery, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina iii. SARAH CAGLE, b. December 13, 1836, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1930. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 13 years. iv. MARY CAGLE, b. June 16, 1838, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1932. More About MARY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 12 years. v. MARTHA CAGLE, b. August 04, 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1934. More About MARTHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 10 years. vi. MELINDA ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. June 1841, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1854-1935; m. JACOB A. CRISCOE, JR., WFT Est. 1854-1886; b. WFT Est. 1813-1842; d. WFT Est. 1857-1926. More About MELINDA ELIZABETH CAGLE:

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Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 9 years. vii. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. June 26, 1842, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1936. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 8 years. viii. MARTHENA CAGLE, b. 1843, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1937. More About MARTHENA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 7 years. ix. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. July 03, 1848, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1863-1942; m. J AMES BAKER, WFT Est. 1862-1895; b. WFT Est. 1831-1851; d. WFT Est. 1865-1937. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 2 years.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and NANCY HINSON are:

x. ANNA JANE5 CAGLE, b. September 27, 1854, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. November 24, 1931, Troutman, Iredell County, North Carolina; m. JOSEPH MONROE HARTSELL, March 17, 1870, Stanly County, North Carolina; b. August 18, 1846, Furr Township, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. December 23, 1923, Troutman, Iredell County, North Carolina. More About ANNA JANE CAGLE: Burial: November 26, 1931, Pleasant Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina More About JOSEPH MONROE HARTSELL: Burial: December 24, 1923, Pleasant Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina xi. xii. FRANCES LAURA CAGLE, b. 1858, Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1897, Iredell County, North Carolina. ELI CAGLE, b. 1859, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949.

219. CHARLES ROBERT4 CAGLE, JR. (CHARLES ROBERT3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1821 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died April 1876 in Stanly County, North Carolina. He married SARAH YOW WFT Est. 1840-1865 in Stanly County, North Carolina. She was born 1824 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1871-1919. More About CHARLES ROBERT CAGLE, JR.: Census: 1850, Stanley County, North Carolina with Sarah and two children. More About SARAH YOW: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina Children of CHARLES CAGLE and SARAH YOW are:

i. ARCHIBALD N.5 CAGLE, b. 1842, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. August 17, 1862, 42nd North Carolina Infantry. More About ARCHIBALD N. CAGLE: Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever Census: 1850, Stanley County, North Carolina with parents at age 8 years. Medical Information: Contracted Typhoid Fever while serving in the Confederate Army and died August 17, 1862. ii. ELIZABETH SEMITHA CAGLE, b. 1846, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1850-1940. More About ELIZABETH SEMITHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 4 years.

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EVA CAGLE, b. 1851, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1852-1945. MARY CAGLE, b. 1854, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1855-1948. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1859, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1860-1949. JAMES CAGLE, b. 1862, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1863-1952. MAHALIA CAGLE, b. 1864, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1865-1958. ELIZA CAGLE, b. 1869, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1870-1963.

220. DAVID M.4 CAGLE (CHARLES ROBERT3, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 31, 1828 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died April 11, 1915 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. He married MICHELL HINSON WFT Est. 1844-1876 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1828 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1860-1922. More About DAVID M. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina with parents at age 2 years. Children of DAVID CAGLE and MICHELL HINSON are:

i. ii. iii. JOHN S.5 CAGLE, b. 1852, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1853-1942. CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1854, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1855-1944. POLLY E. CAGLE, b. 1858, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. WFT Est. 1859-1952.

221. MILA ANN4 WHITLEY (REBECCA LOUISA3 CAGLE, GEORGE2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 19, 1829 in Stanly County, North Carolina, and died June 06, 1907 in Big Lick, Stanly County, North Carolina. She married WILLIAM RILEY HUNEYCUTT WFT Est. 1843-1875. He was born WFT Est. 1808-1835, and died WFT Est. 1860-1919. Children of MILA WHITLEY and WILLIAM HUNEYCUTT are:

i. ii. UNKNOWN5 HUNEYCUTT, b. WFT Est. 1847-1870; d. WFT Est. 1852-1954. WILLIAM RILEY HUNEYCUTT, JR., b. December 12, 1857, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. July 23, 1905, Stanly County, North Carolina; m. ELIZA JANE HINSON, WFT Est. 1869-1897; b. August 12, 1850, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. June 09, 1934, Albemarle, Stanly County, North Carolina. More About WILLIAM RILEY HUNEYCUTT, JR.: Burial: July 24, 1905, Silver Springs Church Cemetery, Aquadale, Stanly County, North Carolina More About ELIZA JANE HINSON: Burial: June 10, 1934, Silver Springs Church Cemetery, Aquadale, Stanly County, North Carolina

Generation No. 5 222. REBECCA J.5 CAGLE (ISAAC4, GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Aft. 1814 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1865 in Pulaski County, Arkansas. She married WYATT TEMPLE 1829 in Henderson County, Tennessee. He was born WFT Est. 1797-1817, and died 1865 in Pulaski County, Arkansas. Notes for REBECCA J. CAGLE: [email protected] is researching this line. The following is from this source: Rebecca Cagle and Wyatt Temple had six children (documentation poor), one of whom was James Hartwell Temple, born June 22, 1837 in Henderson County, Tennessee. The family moved to Marshall County, Mississippi before 1850, and to various regions in Arkansas, finally settling in Big Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas before 1860. Family lore states that they were both killed by an ex-slave in 1865.

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More About REBECCA J. CAGLE: Census: 1820, Moore County, Mississippi Notes for WYATT TEMPLE: Information on this family was supplied by Susan Hood via e-mail on November 17, 2001. Susan is the g-g-ggranddaughter of this couple. Family lore has it Wyatt and Rebecca were both killed by a former slave in Pulaski County, Arkansas in early 1865. Liz Glad that you received the family history. Just be aware that some Temple researchers believe that Samuel Temple, Sr. is not the father of Samuel Temple, Jr., but that the families were related in some way yet to be untangled. You'll see that a Susan Arabella Temple also married a Cagle, and I've yet to understand this relationship. Maybe you'll have some answers. Happy holidays! Susan Hood

Child of REBECCA CAGLE and WYATT TEMPLE is:

425. i. JAMES HARTWELL6 TEMPLE, b. June 22, 1837, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

223. RALEIGH J.5 CAGLE (ISAAC4, GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 24, 1824 in Henderson County, Tennessee, and died October 20, 1891 in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana. He married PARTHENIA DAUZE GOLIGHTLY July 13, 1847 in Marshall County, Mississippi, daughter of HUGH GOLIGHTLY. She was born July 20, 1825 in Alabama, and died 1914 in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana. Notes for RALEIGH J. CAGLE: Raleigh's tombstone includes a metal Masonic Grave Marker. Raleigh appeared on the census of Calcasieu Parish (later to become Beauregard) for 1860 to 1900. Prior to that he appeared on the 1850 Census of Shelby County, Tennessee.

More About RALEIGH J. CAGLE: Burial: October 23, 1891, First Baptist Church Cemetery, Sugartown, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana Census 1: 1850, Shelby County, Tennessee at age 26 years. Census 2: 1860, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana Census 3: 1870, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana Census 4: 1880, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana More About PARTHENIA DAUZE GOLIGHTLY: Burial: 1914, Merryville Cemetery, Merryville, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana Census: 1850, Shelby County, Tennessee at age 25 years. Children of RALEIGH CAGLE and PARTHENIA GOLIGHTLY are:

i. ii. EASON MARIAN6 CAGLE, b. Louisiana; d. Unknown. CLARA CAGLE, b. 1849, Shelby County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. J OHN J. REEVES; d. Unknown. More About CLARA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Shelby County, Tennessee iii. 426. iv. v. REBECCA W. CAGLE, b. April 10, 1851, Tennessee; d. October 14, 1890; m. T HOMAS JEFFERSON ILES; d. Unknown. ISAAC GOLIGHTLY CAGLE, b. April 27, 1853, Mississippi; d. January 31, 1936, Hoosier Creek, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana. LAURA CAGLE, b. 1865, Louisiana; d. Unknown.

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JUDITH ALICE CAGLE, b. January 05, 1867, Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana; d. September 13, 1901, Sugartown, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. LORENZO DOWELL CAGLE, b. February 12, 1870, Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana; d. May 15, 1915, Louisiana. More About LORENZO DOWELL CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Daw Burial: May 1915, Merryville Cemetery, Merryville, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana

224. GEORGE W.5 CAGLE (ISAAC4, GEORGE3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1837 in Henderson County, Tennessee, and died 1883 in Arkansas. He married (1) SUSAN ARABELLA TEMPLE Abt. 1862 in Arkansas. She was born 1845 in Tennessee, and died 1872 in Pulaski County, Arkansas. He married (2) FRANCES V. SIMMONS January 24, 1877 in Lonoke County, Arkansas. She was born 1846 in Georgia, and died January 29, 1884 in Lonoke County, Arkansas. More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Pulaski County, Arkansas Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SUSAN TEMPLE are:

i. ii. iii. GEORGE6 CAGLE, b. 1863, Arkansas; d. Unknown. WILLIAM ISAAC CAGLE, b. Abt. 1868, Arkansas; d. Unknown. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1870, Arkansas; d. Unknown.

Child of GEORGE CAGLE and FRANCES SIMMONS is:

iv. CLARENCE6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1878; d. Unknown.

225. MARTHA ELIZABETH5 CAGLE (ISAAC R.4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1840 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Unknown. She married HENRY STOKES, son of J AMES STOKES. He was born 1844 in Lawrence County, Alabama, and died Unknown. Notes for MARTHA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Henry Stokes parents were Milly Cagle and James Stokes. Lizzie and Henry are cousins.

More About MARTHA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census 1: 1880, Bloomfield, Johnson County, Illinois More About HENRY STOKES: Occupation: Farmer Children of MARTHA CAGLE and HENRY STOKES are:

i. JOHN6 STOKES, b. 1860, Alabama; d. Unknown. Notes for JOHN STOKES: He is Jane's twin.

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JANE STOKES, b. 1860, Alabama; d. Unknown. HENRY STOKES, JR., b. 1863, Alabama; d. Unknown. ALPHRED STOKES, b. 1868, Alabama; d. Unknown. MAY STOKES, b. 1871; d. Unknown. NETTY STOKES, b. 1876; d. Unknown. PRESTON STOKES, b. 1879; d. Unknown.

226. JOHN H.5 CAGLE (ISAAC R.4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1845 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1880 in Johnson County, Illinois. He married SARAH H. UTLEY May 14, 1865 in Johnson County, Illinois. She was born 1847 in Kentucky, and died Unknown.

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More About JOHN H. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Wildcat Cemetery, Johnson County, Illinois Children of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH UTLEY are:

i. ii. AMANDA I.6 CAGLE, b. 1867, Johnson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. JAMES G. CAGLE, b. 1869, Johnson County, Illinois; d. Unknown.

227. TABITHA PERCILLA5 CAGLE (GREENBERRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 23, 1837 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, and died August 06, 1916 in Louisiana. She married WILLIAM FRANKLIN HERRINGTON WFT Est. 1853-1882. He was born 1834 in Covington County, Mississippi, and died Bet. 1886 - 1900 in Attala County, Mississippi. More About T ABITHA PERCILLA CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Sill Alternate Birth: Abt. 1841 Burial: August 07, 1916, Hughes Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery, Beekman, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana Census: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 13 years. More About WILLIAM FRANKLIN HERRINGTON: Aka (Facts Pg): Green Military service: April 29, 1862, Private, Company D, 40th Mississippi Infantry, Civil War, CSA Army Children of TABITHA CAGLE and WILLIAM HERRINGTON are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. LEON B.6 HERRINGTON, d. Unknown; m. ALTHEA O. MANNING; d. Unknown. JOHN ISAAC HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1859, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. ENOCH R. HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1861; d. Unknown. WILLIAM ZACHARIAH HERRINGTON, b. May 13, 1861, Attala County, Mississippi; d. December 12, 1937, Ashley County, Arkansas. LENA MAE HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1863, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. MARY LOU HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1865, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. PLEASANT GREEN HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1867, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. MARTHA MATTIE HERRINGTON, b. Abt. 1869, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. JAMES FRANKLIN HERRINGTON, b. November 12, 1871, Attala County, Mississippi; d. December 28, 1945, Bastrop, Louisiana. CHARLIE BLAKE HERRINGTON, b. September 24, 1872, Attala County, Mississippi; d. June 13, 1951, Bastrop, Louisiana. WILLIE DELIA HERRINGTON, b. October 05, 1876, Kosciusko, Mississippi; d. May 16, 1966, Marshall, Texas. SUSAN ELLEN HERRINGTON, b. March 23, 1879, Kosciusko, Mississippi; d. November 14, 1940, Bakersfield, California.

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228. NANCY MATILDA5 CAGLE (GREENBERRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 17, 1844 in Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi, and died August 05, 1936 in Attala County, Mississippi. She married WILLIAM HENRY LAMMONS December 1867 in Attala County, Mississippi. He was born August 23, 1843 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, and died April 04, 1900 in Attala County, Mississippi. More About NANCY MATILDA CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Nannie Alternate Birth: December 16, 1844, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi Burial: August 06, 1936, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Census: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi Religion: Member of Primitive Baptist Church, Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi Notes for WILLIAM HENRY LAMMONS: William served with Wheaton's County, Georgia Artillery, CSA during the Civil War.

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More About WILLIAM HENRY LAMMONS: Alternate Birth: August 23, 1844 Burial: April 05, 1900, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Military service: Civil War, CSA Army Occupation: Blacksmith Children of NANCY CAGLE and WILLIAM LAMMONS are:

i. 433. ii. EFFIE LOUISE6 LAMMONS, b. July 30, 1873, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown; m. J IM HUTCHINSON, January 16, 1900, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. MARTHA FRANCES LAMMONS, b. October 30, 1877, Mississippi; d. March 10, 1956, Indianola, Sunflower County, Mississippi.

229. MARY JEANETTE5 CAGLE (GREENBERRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 20, 1846 in Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi, and died May 17, 1926 in Springdale, Attala County, Mississippi. She married EPHRAIM WILSON SWINNEY 1865 in Attala County, Mississippi, son of JOHN SWINNEY and MARY UNKNOWN. He was born September 07, 1842 in Near Bowling Green, Holmes County, Mississippi, and died February 14, 1930 in Near Springdale, Attala County, Mississippi. More About MARY JEANETTE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Maretta Alternate Birthplace: Holmes County, Mississippi Burial: May 19, 1926, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi Notes for EPHRAIM WILSON SWINNEY: Ephraim grew to manhood in Holmes County, and from there enlisted in the Confederate Army, September 1862, in Company K, 29th Mississippi Regiment, Bill Barksdale, Captain. He served throughout the remainder of the war, making a good record as a soldier, was in a number of the hardest fought battles especially in Tennessee. His command surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina at the end of the war in 1865, after which he returned to the Swinney home in Holmes County and resided ther until September 20, 1867. He was married to Mary Jeannette Cagle, and made his home in Attala County. At the time of his death he was living with his son, Luther.

More About EPHRAIM WILSON SWINNEY: Alternate Burial: February 26, 1930, Attala County, Mississippi Alternate Death: February 24, 1930, Attala County, Mississippi Burial: February 16, 1930, Swinney-Cagle Cemetery, Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi Children of MARY CAGLE and EPHRAIM SWINNEY are:

434. i. ii. ANDREW W.6 SWINNEY, b. September 1870, Attala County, Mississippi; d. December 19, 1930, Attala County, Mississippi. EPHRAIM WILSON SWINNEY, JR., b. March 07, 1874, Attala County, Mississippi; d. September 26, 1909, Attala County, Mississippi. More About EPHRAIM WILSON SWINNEY, JR.: Burial: Unknown, Cagle-Swinney Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi iii. JOHN LUTHER G. SWINNEY, b. December 1879, Attala County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About JOHN LUTHER G. SWINNEY: Census: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi

230. RACHEL BELLE5 CAGLE (GREENBERRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1848 in Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1891-1943. She married S AMUEL ROBERT WILLIS 1885 in Attala County, Mississippi, son of ROBERT WILLIS and ELLENDER MUSSLEWHITE. He was born June 25,

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1846 in Mississippi, and died December 17, 1909 in Mississippi. More About RACHEL BELLE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Musslewhite Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Census 1: 1850, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 12 years. Census 3: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi Notes for SAMUEL ROBERT WILLIS: Samuel was a widow with four sons when he married Rachel. More About SAMUEL ROBERT WILLIS: Burial: Unknown, Musslewhite Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi Children of RACHEL CAGLE and SAMUEL WILLIS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. SAMUEL6 WILLIS, JR., b. February 1871, Mississippi; d. Unknown. ELIJAH WILLIS, b. February 1875, Mississippi; d. Unknown. JAMES W. WILLIS, b. February 1879, Mississippi; d. Unknown. KATIE D. WILLIS, b. February 17, 1889, Mississippi; d. October 05, 1900, Mississippi. More About KATIE D. WILLIS: Burial: Unknown, Musslewhite Cemetery, Attala County, Mississippi

231. MARTHA GREEN5 CAGLE (GREENBERRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 1851 in Hesterville, Attala County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1896-1946. She married J OHN B. DODD 1884 in Attala County, Mississippi. He was born 1851 in Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1898-1943. More About MARTHA GREEN CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): Mattie Census 1: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Attala County, Mississippi Census 3: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi More About JOHN B. DODD: Census 1: 1860, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 9 years. Census 2: 1870, Attala County, Mississippi with parents at age 19 years. Census 3: 1880, Attala County, Mississippi Children of MARTHA CAGLE and JOHN DODD are:

i. JOHN T.6 DODD, b. October 1884, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About JOHN T. DODD: Census: 1900, Attala County, Mississippi ii. WILLIAM J. DODD, b. April 1886, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About WILLIAM J. DODD: Census: 1900, Attala County, Mississippi iii. RANDOLPHUS DODD, b. March 1887, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About RANDOLPHUS DODD: Census: 1900, Attala County, Mississippi iv. MYRA DODD, b. March 1893, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About MYRA DODD: Census: 1900, Attala County, Mississippi v. FRANK W. DODD, b. April 1896, Mississippi; d. Unknown.

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More About FRANK W. DODD: Census: 1900, Attala County, Mississippi

232. MARY JANE5 CAGLE (HENRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1834 in Carroll County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1866-1928. She married (1) UNKNOWN WEEKS WFT Est. 1848-1881. He was born WFT Est. 1817-1837, and died WFT Est. 1851-1923. She married (2) I SIAH W. CARPENTER January 29, 1861 in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was born WFT Est. 1813-1841, and died WFT Est. 18661926. More About MARY JANE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi Children of MARY CAGLE and UNKNOWN WEEKS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. UNKNOWN6 WEEKS, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN WEEKS, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN WEEKS, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN WEEKS, d. Unknown. UNKNOWN WEEKS, d. Unknown.

233. JOSEPH5 CAGLE (HENRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1835 in Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1872-1926. He married T ULINE UNKNOWN Abt. 1860. She was born 1842 in Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1872-1936. More About JOSEPH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 15 years. More About T ULINE UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 8 years. Children of JOSEPH CAGLE and TULINE UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. ALBERT6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1862, Mississippi; d. Unknown. ELMA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1864, Mississippi; d. Unknown. HENRY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1869, Mississippi; d. Unknown.

234. JAMES MONROE5 CAGLE (HENRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 01, 1847 in Vaiden, Carroll County, Mississippi, and died January 04, 1914 in Lometa, Lampassas County, Texas. He married (1) MOLLIE S. BRAZILLE December 04, 1870 in Robertson County, Texas. She was born WFT Est. 18311855, and died 1871 in Robertson County, Texas. He married (2) SARAH M. WEBB December 23, 1873 in Robertson County, Texas, daughter of THOMAS WEBB and ELIZA UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1851, and died 1881 in Calvert, Robertson County, Texas. He married (3) G EORGIA ANNA BAKER October 29, 1882 in Lampassas County, Texas, daughter of MARION BAKER and MARY HINES. She was born November 06, 1851 in Alabama, and died July 10, 1914 in Lometa, Lampassas County, Texas. Notes for JAMES MONROE CAGLE: James served in the military in the Civil War, CSA Army, 1861 as a Private in Company E, 1st Battalion, Miller's Mississippi Cavalry, and Company A, 2nd Partisan Rangers.

More About JAMES MONROE CAGLE: Burial: January 04, 1914, Nix Cemetery, Lampassas County, Texas Cause of Death: heart ailment Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1860, Holmes County, Mississippi with parents at age 13 years. Military service: Abt. 1861, Civil War, CSA Army, Private in Company E, 1st Battalion, Miller's Mississippi Cavalry and Company A 2nd Partisan Rangers

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More About MOLLIE S. BRAZILLE: Burial: Unknown, Near Calvert, Texas Cause of Death: pneumonia More About SARAH M. WEBB: Aka (Facts Pg): "Sally" Burial: Unknown, Near Calvert, Texas Cause of Death: Apoplexy More About GEORGIA ANNA BAKER: Burial: July 11, 1914, Nix Cemetery, Lampassas County, Texas Cause of Death: partial paraysis and complications Children of JAMES CAGLE and SARAH WEBB are:

i. JOSIE PETER6 CAGLE, b. September 26, 1874, Robertson County, Texas; d. October 06, 1908, Arizona; m. MARION WILSON AIKEN, December 23, 1891, Lampasas County, Texas; d. Unknown. More About JOSIE PETER CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Phoenix, Arizona ii. CALLIE MARCIAL CAGLE, b. October 18, 1876, Calvert, Robertson County, Texas; d. Unknown, California; m. DAVID LEE AIKEN, January 14, 1897, Lampasas County, Texas; d. Unknown. More About CALLIE MARCIAL CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Modesto, California iii. THOMAS HENRY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1879, Robertson County, Texas; d. Abt. 1883. More About THOMAS HENRY CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Near Calvert, Texas

Children of JAMES CAGLE and GEORGIA BAKER are:

iv. v. MARY GEORGIA6 CAGLE, b. April 09, 1884, Lampasas County, Texas; d. Unknown; m. ERNEST WILSON KING, February 21, 1931, Mertson, Texas; b. May 23, 1895, Bogota, Red River County, Texas; d. Unknown. CORA PAULINE CAGLE, b. February 10, 1886, Lampasas County, Texas; d. March 17, 1887, Lampasas County, Texas. More About CORA PAULINE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Nix Cemetery, Lampasas County, Texas Cause of Death: diptheria

235. WESLEY A.5 CAGLE (HENRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1848 in Holmes County, Mississippi, and died Abt. 1874 in Carroll County, Mississippi. He married FANNIE S. UNKNOWN Abt. 1870 in Mississippi. She was born 1846 in Mississippi, and died Aft. August 15, 1880. Notes for WESLEY A. CAGLE: Wesley served with the 1st Mississippi Regiment Cavalry Troops, organized 1864. This information was reported in "Military Annuals of Carroll County" by W. F. Hamilton. Wesley before 1880 Census of Carroll County, Mississippi leaving a widow, Fannie S. and three small children. The two boys were raised by Henry Cagle, Wesley's father and Fannie took Josephine with her when she remarried R. C. Cochran in August 1880.

More About WESLEY A. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Holmes County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Carroll County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, Carroll County, Mississippi Military service: 1st Mississippi Calvary Regiment (CSA)

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More About FANNIE S. UNKNOWN: Census: 1880, Carroll County, Mississippi as head of household. Children of WESLEY CAGLE and FANNIE UNKNOWN are:

435. i. ii. JOHN SHIPP6 CAGLE, b. March 1872, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1948, Milford, Ellis County, Texas. JOSEPHINE CAGLE, b. 1874; d. Unknown. More About JOSEPHINE CAGLE: Census: 1880, Carroll County, Mississippi

236. CORAELLA CARRIE5 CAGLE (HENRY4, JOHN3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 1853 in Holmes County, Mississippi, and died Bef. 1920 in Sunflower County, Mississippi. She married FLOYD KING October 23, 1872 in Carroll County, Mississippi, son of H IRAM KING and RACHAEL THOMAS. He was born April 1849 in Lowndes County, Mississippi, and died 1902 in Sunflower County, Mississippi. More About CORAELLA CARRIE CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Carroll County, Mississippi Census 2: 1870, Carroll County, Mississippi Marriage Notes for CORAELLA CAGLE and FLOYD KING: Marriage information found in Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900 CD. Children of CORAELLA CAGLE and FLOYD KING are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. EDWARD6 KING, b. Abt. 1873, Mississippi; d. Unknown. HERMAN KING, b. Abt. 1874, Mississippi; d. Unknown. EUNICE KING, b. 1875, Mississippi; d. Unknown; m. J AMES ASHMORE; d. Unknown. HELEN KING, b. 1877, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. ROBERT CLEMON KING, b. December 12, 1879, Vaiden, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. January 25, 1960, Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma. MARY KING, b. February 1880; d. Unknown. CHARLIE KING, b. June 1883, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. Unknown. HATTIE E. KING, b. July 1887, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. Unknown; m. F ALLIE MCDANIEL; d. Unknown. MINNIE KING, b. December 1889; d. Unknown; m. UNKNOWN WILTSHIRE; d. Unknown. OLLIE KING, b. March 1891, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. Unknown; m. DAVID MCDANIEL; d. Unknown. WALTER HARRIS KING, b. July 1893, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 1949, Mississippi; m. M ARY MARTIN; b. 1893; d. 1954. More About WALTER HARRIS KING: Burial: Unknown, Woodlawn Cemetery, Granada, Grenada County, Mississippi More About MARY MARTIN: Burial: Unknown, Woodlawn Cemetery, Granada, Grenada County, Mississippi

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237. ANDERSON PENN5 CAGLE (HARMON HERMAN4, WILLIAM3, JOHN DUTCHMAN2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 1838 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1914 in Hall County, Georgia. He married N ANCY ELENA PIRKLE January 03, 1861 in Hall County, Georgia. She was born December 23, 1839 in Chestnut Mountain, Hall County, Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1868-1933. Notes for ANDERSON PENN CAGLE: The information in these notes were received from Lee Cagle from Oklahoma City in an e-mail on October 15, 2001. Anderson Penn Cagle lived In Moore County, North Carolina from his birth in 1838 until his father, Harmon, moved his family to Georgia sometime in the mid-1840s. Harmon was in Hall County, Georgia in the 1850 census. Anderson Penn Cagle evidently lived in Hall County and adjoining Jackson County until he moved to Texas in 1873.

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Anderson Penn Cagle joined the Confederate Army, Company I of the First Georgia Regulars,. when he enlisted at Gainesville, Georgia on February. 23, 1863. He was called Captain Cagle in his later years and, even though he enlisted as a Private in the infantry, there is some evidence that he became a Captain in the cavalry In August, 1864. Following the war, Anderson Penn Cagle was appointed a census enumerator for Jackson County, Georgia. In 1871 he bought a tract of land in Hall County, Georgia and laid out on it the town of Flowery Branch. This town is near the SE corner of Lake Sidney Lanier and was on the new railroad line, THE AIRLINE, being built from Atlanta to Charlotte, North Carolina. The author has the certificate appointing Anderson Penn Cagle the Postmaster of Flowery Branch on Nov. 14, 1871. The author's father, William Wallace Cagle - son of Harmon Isaac and grandson of Anderson Penn Cagle - recalls anecdotes about a hotel/restaurant owned by Anderson Penn Cagle in Flowery Branch. He also recalls a large pocket watch which Anderson Penn Cagle won by writing an essay for the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION newspaper. Since William Wallace also recalls that the watch had an engraving of a train engine on it, one is tempted to wonder whether it was related in some way to THE AIRLINE. Anderson Penn Cagle moved his family to Texas by wagon, landing at Reagan, Falls County, Texas on January 16, 1873. After a year at Robertson Springs, he moved to Hill County, Clay County, Grayson County, and Montague County, Texas. Anderson Penn Cagle lived with his son Harmon's family for several years and was considered a very loving grandfather by the children, according to William Wallace Cagle. This family lived near Hardy in Montague County from 1893 to 1902 and from 1902 to 1906 in Courtney, Love County, Indian Territory. The author has two branding Irons used by Anderson Penn Cagle in Texas, an N (for Nancy) and a C (for Cagle). They were later used by his son Harmon in reverse order, i.e. CN. Anderson Penn Cagle and Harmon moved to Konawa, Seminole County, Oklahoma in 1906. Anderson Penn Cagle remarried in Konawa and lived there the rest of his life. Anderson Penn Cagle classified himself as a Missionary Baptist, farmer-merchant, civil engineer, and nonpolitical. He was a Master Mason. William Wallace recalls as a boy working as a rod and chain helper on some of Anderson Penn Cagle's survey crews. He also recalls that Anderson Penn Cagle was at some time the County Surveyor for Montague County, Texas and was a census enumerator. He also recalls assisting his grandfather as a scribe, copying letters and other documents associated with Anderson Penn Cagle's efforts as an Indian Claims Agent to help Indians obtain land grants after Oklahoma became a state in 1907.

Although Anderson Penn Cagle described himself as nonpolitical , his actions were otherwise. He ran, unsuccessfully, for State Representative in Oklahoma in 1912. William Wallace recalls that Anderson Penn Cagle was very interested in politics and always read the newspaper for political news. In fact, it was his poor hearing (he used an ear trumpet) and his habit of reading the newspaper while walking home from town which probably caused the accident that killed him. He was struck by a freight engine being shuttled around in the rail yard at Konawa, Oklahoma.

Child of ANDERSON CAGLE and NANCY PIRKLE is:

437. i. HARMON ISAAC6 CAGLE, b. July 25, 1865, Hall County, Georgia; d. 1956, Wellington, Collinsworth County, Texas.

238. JACOB ELIAS5 CAGLE (JACOB4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 16, 1811 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died May 22, 1881 in Waco, McLennon County, Texas. He married CLARISSA E. BABBITT November 11, 1832 in Sangamon County, Illinois, daughter of ORANGE BABBITT and KATHERINE CAGLE. She was born 1818 in Pennsylvania, and died December 26, 1894 in Waco, McLennon County, Texas. Notes for JACOB ELIAS CAGLE: 1820, moved to Sangamon County, Illinois; 1832, married Clarissa Babbitt in Sangamon County, Illinois; 1835,moved to Iowa County, Wisconsin; 1836, census of Iowa County, Wisconsin;

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1840, census of Iowa County, Wisconsin; 1850, census of Lafayette County, Wisconsin; 1860, census of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana; 1870 Census of McLennan County, Texas. July 28, 1855 Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Orange Babbitt sells 80 acres with a Saw Mill to Jacob E. Cagle, Francis Cagle witness.

More About JACOB ELIAS CAGLE: Burial: May 24, 1881, Greenwood Cemetery, Waco, McLennon County, Texas Census 1: 1836, State Census, Iowa County, Wisconsin Census 2: 1840, Iowa County, Wisconsin Census 3: 1850, Lafayette County, Wisconsin Census 4: 1860, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Census 5: 1870, Waco, McLennan County, Texas Census 6: 1880, McLennan County, Texas Occupation: Farmer Notes for CLARISSA E. BABBITT: Clarissa is listed as head of household in the 1850 US Federal Census of LaFayette County, Wisconsin with 8 children. Clarissa is listed again as head of the household for the 1860 US Federal Census of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana with 6 children. Francis and his father are seeking family fortunes in the gold fields of California during this period. Clarissa's will was dated September 24, 1887 and proved May 24, 1895.

More About CLARISSA E. BABBITT: Census 1: 1850, Lafayette County, Wisconsin Census 2: 1860, Nachetoches, Louisiana with 7 children Census 3: 1870, McLennon County, Texas with Jacob Cagle Census 4: 1880, McLennon County, Texas Tax List: 1890, McLennon County, Texas Children of JACOB CAGLE and CLARISSA BABBITT are:

438. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. THOMAS DENTON6 CAGLE, b. July 02, 1836, Illinois; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1837; d. Unknown. CLARISSA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1841; d. Unknown. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1843; d. Unknown. ISABELL CAGLE, b. 1845; d. Unknown. REBECCA CAGLE, b. 1849; d. Unknown.

239. KATHERINE5 CAGLE (JACOB4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1857 in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. She married (1) ORANGE BABBITT, JR. January 04, 1829 in Sangamon County, Illinois. He was born August 03, 1792 in Dorset, Bennington County, Vermont, and died November 21, 1859 in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. She married (2) JOHN M. SANDERS August 15, 1844 in Sangamon County, Illinois. He was born 1820, and died WFT Est. 18501911. More About KATHERINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Census 2: 1850, Christian County, Illinois with husband John Sanders Child of KATHERINE CAGLE and ORANGE BABBITT is:

439. i. CLARISSA E.6 BABBITT, b. 1818, Pennsylvania; d. December 26, 1894, Waco, McLennon County, Texas.

240. JOHN FULLBRIGHT5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 15, 1817 in Ashville, Haywood County, North Carolina, and died January 1888 in Beirne, Clark County, Arkansas. He married ELIZABETH JANE ROWE Abt. 1843 in Carroll County, Georgia. She was born

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November 10, 1820 in Putnam, Carroll County, Georgia, and died July 15, 1914 in Findley, Clark County, Arkansas. Notes for JOHN FULLBRIGHT CAGLE: John was a wagon maker, learned the trade from his father, Leonard. John moved to Amity, Clark County, Arkansas where there were saw mills. He eventually moved to Beirne another small sawmill town in Clark County. He was later killed in an accident in the falling or hauling of timber. Joseph owned sawmills in both Polk and Clark Counties. He is buried at the Old Dallas Cemetery, about 6 miles SE of Mena on Arkansas Highway 345. Prior to moving to Arkansas, John was living in Clarke County, Mississippi and listed on the census there as a blacksmith. His wife and family consisted of Elizabeth age 25, 1850) and children at that time, Alexander age 6, Joseph age 4, Frances age 3, and Jane age 1. John was a blacksmith, wagon maker, and millwright by occupation as well as farming. He was well known in the saw mill profession in Clark County, Arkansas. John lived briefly in Alabama before settling in Clarke Co., Mississippi where he was listed on the census of 1850 and 1860. He moved to Arkansas in 1863 and lived in or near Clark County until his death. John Fullbright Cagle, 1817-1888, was son of Leonard Cagle, 70, of 1850 Chattooga County, Georgia. and a brother of Benjamin F. Cagle, Sr. 1819-1886, of Haralson County, Georgia. Two older brothers, Jacob, 18041886, and Joseph, 1808-1873, were in Polk County, Arkansas. Two of the older children of this family , Alexander Wiley Cagle, born 1845, and Ester Jane, born 1850, were already married by 1870. Two others, Leonard Boyd, born 1858 and Annie, born 1861, died in childhood. John Fullbright Cagle married Elizabeth Rowe in Carroll County, Georgia in the 1840's, and lived briefly in Alabama before settling in Clarke County, Mississippi, where he appeared in the census of 1850 and 1860. He moved to Arkansas in 1863, and lived in or near Clark County until his death in 1888. Elizabeth born 1820, lived until 1914.

More About JOHN FULLBRIGHT CAGLE: Burial: January 1888, Old Dallas Cemetery, Clark County, Arkansas Census 1: 1850, Clarke County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Clarke County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, Clark County, Arkansas Census 4: 1880, Clark County, Arkansas Notes for ELIZABETH JANE ROWE: Elizabeth appeared on the 1910 US Federal Census in the household of Robert Allen Deaton who was the husband of Martha Cagle, Elizabeth's daughter. Along with Elizabeth, also appearing on the Census was her son Anthony Joseph Cagle. More About ELIZABETH JANE ROWE: Burial: July 17, 1914, Oak Grove Cemetery, Fendley, Clark County, Arkansas Census 1: 1860, Clarke County, Mississippi Census 2: 1900, Clark County, Arkansas Children of JOHN CAGLE and ELIZABETH ROWE are:

440. i. ii. ALEXANDER WILEY6 CAGLE, b. January 10, 1845, Alabama; d. December 03, 1908, Hollywood, Clark County, Arkansas. ANTHONY JOSEPH CAGLE, b. September 26, 1846, Mississippi; d. December 20, 1932, Findley, Clark County, Arkansas; m. MARY M. HALE, July 03, 1879, Clark County, Arkansas; b. 1858, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About ANTHONY JOSEPH CAGLE: Burial: December 23, 1932, Oak Grove Cemetery, Findley, Clark County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Clarke County, Mississippi iii. CHARITY FRANCES CAGLE, b. February 24, 1848, Clarke County, Mississippi; d. November 09, 1917, Fendley, Clark County, Arkansas; m. HARVEY CONNER MCCARROLL, January 22, 1888, Clark County, Arkansas; b. August 20, 1832, Henderson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About CHARITY FRANCES CAGLE: Burial: November 12, 1917, Oak Grove Cemetery, Fendley, Clark County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Clarke County, Mississippi

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ESTHER JANE CAGLE, b. February 23, 1849, Mississippi; d. March 09, 1915, Winifield, Titus County, Texas; m. WILLIAM S. BRIDGES, December 26, 1869, Clark County, Arkansas; d. Unknown. More About ESTHER JANE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Clarke County, Mississippi

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OLIVER G. CAGLE, b. September 17, 1853, Clarke County, Mississippi; d. October 20, 1935, Antoine, Pike County, Arkansas. JOHN WILLIAM MCRAE CAGLE, b. October 26, 1855, Mississippi; d. October 16, 1930, Swartz, Union Parish, Louisiana. MISSOURI EMELINE CAGLE, b. February 04, 1857, Clarke County, Mississippi; d. April 23, 1947, Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas. LEONARD BOYD CAGLE, b. 1858, Clarke County, Mississippi; d. 1858, Clarke County, Mississippi. ASA HILLIARD CAGLE, b. May 12, 1859, Clarke County, Mississippi; d. November 11, 1939, Dallas, Texas at the age of 80.. ANNIE CAGLE, b. 1861, Mississippi; d. Bef. 1870, Clark County, Arkansas. MARTHA ELLEN CAGLE, b. February 21, 1863, Caddo Gap, Montgomery County, Arkansas; d. November 12, 1953, Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas; m. ROBERT ALLEN DEATON; d. Unknown.

241. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Ashville, Haywood County, North Carolina, and died December 24, 1886 in Haralson County, Georgia at age 67 years old.. He married P ARTHENA B. JINKS May 13, 1838 in Locust Grove, Henry County, Georgia. She was born 1817 in North Carolina, and died 1894 in Haralson County, Georgia. Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE: Ben was born in 1819 in Haywood County, North Carolina but, by 1820 his father had moved briefly to Franklin County, Georgia where land records verify this. However, by the spring of 1820, his father was listed on the Census of Wild Cat Creek, Henry County, Georgia so, his stay in Franklin County was very brief. They lived in Henry County until at least 1837 when family lore says his father bought property in Paulding (present Haralson County) and constructed a log house on the property that year. The house was well constructed and still standing today along Route 100 just north of Tallapoosa. Ben returned to Henry County to marry Parthena Jinks in 1838 (It is thought that Parthena and Elizabeth Jinks were sisters, Elizabeth Jinks married Ben's older brother Joseph also, in Locust Grove, Henry County, Georgia.) but, was in Paulding County when William Marcus Jackson was born in March of 1838. He was living on his fathers place in Chattooga by the time of the 1840 Census with his first two children. In 1850, Ben was living near his father, Leonard, born 1780, on a farm adjoining his father's in Chattooga County, Georgia near (probably on land of his brother, Jacob) Rome, Georgia. By 1853, he had moved to Haralson County which abuts Chatooga County, where he lived until his death in 1886. Benjamin had the distinction of being one of the original pioneers of Haralson County, since they were thought to have owned land in that portion of Polk that split off into Haralson County. Their farm land was primarily in the upper northwestern section of the county. Parthenia Cagle lived another eight years after her husband's death. Several children lived close, although Frances Bowman Brooks probably lived nearest and looked after her during her final years. Both, Benjamin and Parthena are buried in the Little Creek Cemetery beside Highway 100, near an old abandoned school house only a mile or so north of the original log cabin where they lived. The cemetery is on the East side of Highway 100 at the 16 mile marker. The cemetery is on land once owned by Benjamin. The current owner of the land is the current mayor of Tallapoosa, Georgia. The original log cabin is currently used by hunters and is between the 14 and 15 mile markers and easily identified beside a large white Quonset- type barn. A widow, Sara Smith, who lived nearby had a son Hezekiah. She married James Martin whom Hezekiah didn't get along with. He left home and moved in with and worked for Benjamin for some years. He later moved to Polk County, Georgia, changed his name to Cagle and is listed on the 1880 census for Polk County as Hezekiah Cagle at age 22. By 1880, Jackson could not be located on the census, he was in Atlanta attending school. His wife and children were listed in Walton County, Georgia. Samuel was in Madison County, North Carolina and would later settle in Washington State. Benjamin, Jr. was in Clark County, Arkansas and would later settle in Travis County, Texas. The two youngest sons, Augustus and Jesse, were still living near Benjamin and Parthena in 1880 and living on their father's home place, each with new families of their own. In fact, it is reported Benjamin built two houses on his place, for two of his sons who helped him on the farm, presumably Augustus and Jesse. One of these houses, a sturdy log cabin with a stone chimney, still stands in good condition along Highway 100. In the later stages of the civil war the Cagle homestead was placed in jeopardy, when Union Forces under General Sherman, marched through Georgia in their successful attempt to

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divide the Confederacy. It is said that Benjamin, upon learning of the approach of the union forces, hid his wheat and valuables in a cave along Big Creek, on the NE side of his farm and awaited the possible destruction of his home. However, the Union forces, after burning the courthouse at Cedartown, in Polk County to the north of Haralson, turned southeast toward Atlanta, thereby narrowly missing the Cagle homestead. After the war, Ben returned to his settled life as a farmer and added to his reputation as an honest and industrious man, with one of the better developed farms in the region. The 1866 Tax list of Haralson County summarizes his homestead as follows: 120 acres of land, valued at $1,200; other property valued at $315; five children at home between the ages of 6 and 18; 30 sheep and 1 dog on the premises. It might be assumed that he also had stock and horses though not specifically mentioned. By 1870, his property had increased to 160 acres and school age children had decreased to two. This was at a time when the average farm was appraised at $200. Ben remained on his homestead until his death in 1886, after which his widow, Parthena, outlived him another eight years. Both are buried at the Little Creek Cemetery, a short distance north of their home, along Highway 100. Ben and Parthena, during their old age were cared for by their daughter, Frances Cagle Bowman, who lived on the adjoining farm, and who later served as the Executrix of their estate in 1894 After Parthena's death. The Cagle home place was sold to D. A. Pope of Haralson County, by public auction on the court house steps, at Buchanon, Georgia on November 5, 1895 for the highest bid of $750. More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE: Burial: December 26, 1886, Little Creek Cemetery, Tallapoosa, Haralson County, Georgia Census 1: 1850, Chattooga, Georgia Census 2: 1860, Haralson County, Georgia Occupation: Farmer More About PARTHENA B. JINKS: Burial: Unknown, Little Creek Cemetery, Tallapoosa, Haralson County, Georgia Children of BENJAMIN CAGLE and PARTHENA JINKS are:

445. 446. 447. 448. 449. 450. 451. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. JACKSON WILLIAM MARCUS6 CAGLE, b. 1838, Chattooga County, Georgia; d. Unknown. ANNA CAROLINE CAGLE, b. May 29, 1840, Chattooga County, Georgia; d. June 29, 1887, Georgia. SARAH ANN CAGLE, b. 1841, Chattooga County, Georgia; d. 1877, Kaufman County, Texas. FRANCES A. FLOURENCE CAGLE, b. April 12, 1843, Haralson County, Georgia; d. August 17, 1917, Haralson County, Georgia. NANCY L. CAGLE, b. 1844; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH JANE CAGLE, b. 1845, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown. WILLIAM SAMUEL CAGLE, b. May 07, 1847, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown, Washington. MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1849, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown, Edwardville, Cleburne County, Alabama; m. ROBERT M. BROWN, September 11, 1868, Harolson County, Georgia; d. Unknown. Notes for MARGARET CAGLE: Margaret Cagle, the eighth child of Benjamin and Parthena Jinks Cagle, was born in Georgia about 1849. At the time of the 1860 census, Margaret was living with her parents in Harlason County, Georgia, at 11. She next appears in county records on September 9, 1868 when she and Robert M. Brown were licensed to be married. The ceremony was performed on September 11, by J. G. Newman, Justice of the Peace. After their marriage, Robert and Margaret lived for a number of years in Harlason County, at one time owning a tract of land adjacent to Benjamin F. Cagle homestead, their main place of residence, however, seems to have been along Poplar Springs Road, a few miles to the south. This farm was first acquired by Benjamin F. Cagle in 1872, but had either been sold or deeded to Margaret and Robert by 1875, when their names appear on the tax list as owners. They appear to have been in the county as late as 1887, when Margaret's name appears on the request by Jesse Cagle, her younger brother, to force the probate of Benjamin F. Cagle's will. Family tradition indicates that Robert M. Brown, though a farmer by occupation, was best known in the county, as a man with a firey temper, who would not hesitate to draw his gun when provoked. Such a case eventually led to the couple's departure from Haralson County. Robert was brought into court on a certain charge, and when the proceeding of the case went against him, he refused to submit to judgement, and instead drew his gun and fired at the judge on the bench. Although the shots were wide of the mark, Robert became a fugitive, and after a period of hiding, fled to Texas, where relatives of Margaret were living. Their exact year of arrival in Texas in not known, however, it is certain that they were in Grayson County, Texas in 1896 because on the 25th of June in that year, they appeared before a Notary Public to execute documents identifying them as the rightful heirs of Benjamin F. Cagle. Then on July 6, 1896, when the proceeds of the estate were divided, Margaret received one - twelfth share of $60.15. Factual evidence regarding Margaret's later life has been difficult to obtain. Family tradition, however indicates that she and her husband returned to the region of Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama, apparently living in or near the region of Cherokee / Cleburne Counties, Alabama. Though several of Benjamin F. Cagle's children died in youth or middle age. Margaret

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lived into old age and was affectionately known as "Aunt Margaret" by the many Cagle descendants in the region. It has been reported that Margaret died in Alabama, and is buried at the Presbyterian Church, near Edwardsville, Cleburne County, Alabama. More About ROBERT M. BROWN: Occupation: Farmer 452. 453. 454. 455. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAGLE, JR., b. November 1851, Haralson County, Georgia; d. October 27, 1921, Forth Worth, Texas. AUGUSTUS CAGLE, b. 1852, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown. LAURA ANN CAGLE, b. 1854, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown. JESSE MARTIN CAGLE, b. December 03, 1855, Haralson County, Georgia; d. 1890, Polk County, Georgia. MARY CAGLE, b. 1860, Haralson County, Georgia; d. Unknown.

242. FRANCIS MARION5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 1843 in Haralson County, Georgia, and died April 19, 1920 in Madison County, Alabama. He married (1) ELIZABETH AGNES HILLIARD February 09, 1864 in Madison County, Alabama. She was born WFT Est. 1825-1850, and died Bef. 1869 in Madison County, Alabama. He married (2) C ALDONIA J. SANDERSON May 06, 1869 in Madison County, Alabama. She was born 1849 in Alabama, and died Bef. 1910 in Madison County, Alabama. Notes for FRANCIS MARION CAGLE: Francis was born in Paulding (present Haralson) County, Georgia. He was first listed in the Census Records as head of a household in 1880. The fact that the oldest daughter was shown as born in Alabama about 1866 would indicate this family had been residents of Alabama at least since 1866. Thus far, they have not been located for the 1860 and 1870 censuses; their location in those years might provide a clue as to the place of his father's death. It is thought they moved with his mother after Leonard's death in the 1850's. Living with Francis during the 1880 US Federal Census of Madison County, Alabama was Nancy, his mother, at age 70, born North Carolina. (Actually, she was 77 years of age.) More About FRANCIS MARION CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Chattooga County, Georgia Census 2: 1880, Madison County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Madison County, Alabama Census 4: 1910, Madison County, Alabama Children of FRANCIS CAGLE and CALDONIA SANDERSON are:

i. MARTHA JANE6 CAGLE, b. September 1875; d. Unknown. More About MARTHA JANE CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Janie" ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. PARILEE CAGLE, b. February 1877; d. Unknown. JOHN W. CAGLE, b. May 1879; d. Unknown. SALLIE B. CAGLE, b. June 1881; d. Unknown. FRANK CAGLE, b. February 1883; d. Unknown. MANUEL CAGLE, b. February 1885; d. Unknown. ROBERT CAGLE, b. December 1886; d. Unknown. GOLDMAN CAGLE, b. July 1888; d. Unknown.

243. JACOB W.5 CAGLE (JOHN FRANCIS4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1880 in Henderson County, North Carolina. He married (1) RACHAEL JUSTICE 1836 in Henderson County, North Carolina. She was born 1814 in Henderson County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1859-1909. He married (2) A LAFAR PARKER May 20, 1837 in Haywood County, North Carolina. She died Unknown. More About JACOB W. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 2: 1850, Henderson County, North Carolina

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Census 3: 1860, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 4: 1870, Henderson County, North Carolina Census 5: 1880, Henderson County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for J ACOB CAGLE and ALAFAR PARKER: This marriage to Alafar Parker is not proven to be this Jacob's wife.

Children of JACOB CAGLE and RACHAEL JUSTICE are:

i. ii. EMILY S.6 CAGLE, b. 1838, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. M . H. GILBREATH, March 03, 1860, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. SUSAN M. CAGLE, b. 1840, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. August 26, 1927. More About SUSAN M. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Henderson County, North Carolina Occupation: 1870, Housekeeping iii. iv. 456. v. vi. vii. viii. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. 1842, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH M. CAGLE, b. 1844, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. GEORGE W. JONES; d. Unknown. WILLIAM A. CAGLE, b. 1846, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1848, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. MARY CAGLE, b. 1855, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. WEXLER I. CAGLE, b. 1857, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. January 07, 1938.

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244. WILLIAM B.5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1811 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1903 in Tennessee. He married KATHERINE PROCTOR Abt. 1833. She was born 1820 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1915 in Tennessee. More About WILLIAM B. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Robertson County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Sevier and Robertson County, Tennessee Census 3: 1860, Cheatham County, Tennessee Census 4: 1870, Cheatham County, Tennessee Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and KATHERINE PROCTOR are:

i. ii. 458. 459. 460. 461. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. MARY GRACE6 CAGLE, b. 1834, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1835-1928. AARON CAGLE, b. 1835, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1836-1925; m. S ARAH FARMER, July 27, 1853, Davidson County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1835; d. Unknown. CHARLOTTE LOTTIE CAGLE, b. 1836, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1837-1930. RINA CAGLE, b. 1838, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1839-1932. JULIA ANN CAGLE, b. 1840, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. 1923, Kentucky. SUSAN KATHERINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1843; d. Unknown. WILLIAM PITT CAGLE, b. Abt. 1845, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ALLEN CAGLE, b. January 1847, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. WFT Est. 1902-1939. CHEATHAM CAGLE, b. 1850, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. E . SIMPKINS, December 23, 1876, Cheatham County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. CHARLES C. CAGLE, b. June 1850, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ROSETTA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852, Cheatham County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ELIZA ANN CAGLE, b. 1853, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. J OHN W. DEMONBREUN; b. April 14, 1850; d. May 19, 1914. MANDELIA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854, Davidson County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. J AMES S. BINKLEY, December 14, 1872, Cheatham County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

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245. JONATHAN5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1815 in Roberson County, Tennessee, and died Unknown in Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH MILUS Bef. 1842. She was born Abt. 1822 in North Carolina, and died Unknown. More About JONATHAN CAGLE:

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Census 1: 1840, Roberson County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Sumner County, Tennessee Census 3: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois Census 4: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois Children of JONATHAN CAGLE and ELIZABETH MILUS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. CHARLES HENRY6 CAGLE, b. 1839, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. LOTTIE HOUSE; d. Unknown. PAULINA ELIFAIR CAGLE, b. March 04, 1844; d. December 18, 1919, Rockwall County, Texas; m. D AVID EDMOND KLUTTS, April 02, 1865, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. MARY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1847, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. B ENJAMIN RAMSEY, September 01, 1867, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. JOHN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1848, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. E LIZABETH MILES; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH MILES: Aka (Facts Pg): "Betsy" v. vi. vii. viii. ix. MARGARET CAGLE, b. Abt. 1849, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. C OY RAMSEY; d. Unknown. ORVILLE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852, Wilson County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1860, Illinois. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. January 09, 1855, Tennessee; d. August 18, 1898, Illinois; m. J AMES A. GURLEY, December 03, 1871; d. Unknown. HEZEKIAH CAGLE, b. March 07, 1860, Illinois; d. January 1946, Texas; m. JULIA DOUGHTY, March 06, 1885; d. Unknown. WILLIAM R. CAGLE, b. September 11, 1862, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. R OBERTA LEGGET; d. Unknown. More About ROBERTA LEGGET: Aka (Facts Pg): "Bert" x. LUCY M. CAGLE, b. September 04, 1865, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. U NKNOWN FULLER; d. Unknown.

246. ALFRED B.5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1815 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1852-1906 in Randolph County, Illinois. He married SIRENA UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1842-1874. She was born 1830 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1853-1924 in Randolph County, Illinois. Notes for ALFRED B. CAGLE: He moved to Randolph County, Illinois sometime before the 1850 Census.

More About ALFRED B. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Randolph County, Illinois Occupation: Farmer Children of ALFRED CAGLE and SIRENA UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. iv. WILLIAM6 CAGLE, b. 1842; d. Unknown. ALLEN CAGLE, b. 1843; d. Unknown. CHARLES CAGLE, b. 1845; d. Unknown. TIMOTHY CAGLE, b. 1849; d. Unknown.

247. CHARLES5 CAGLE, JR. (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1822 in Davidson County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1860 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married REBECCA NELSON November 02, 1842 in Williamson County, Illinois. She was born 1819 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1853-1914 in Williamson County, Illinois. More About CHARLES CAGLE, JR.: Census 1: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois Census2: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois Occupation: Farmer

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Residence: Moved to Illinois from Tennessee in the 1850's More About REBECCA NELSON: Census 1: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois with husband and 3 children. Census 2: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois widow with 2 children. Census 3: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois Occupation: Housekeeping Children of CHARLES CAGLE and REBECCA NELSON are:

i. WILLIAM H.6 CAGLE, b. 1843, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About WILLIAM H. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois ii. JAMES R. CAGLE, b. 1847, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About JAMES R. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois iii. ELIZABETH MEVINA CAGLE, b. 1849, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH MEVINA CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois Census 2: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois iv. BASIL JACKSON CAGLE, b. 1850, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About BASIL JACKSON CAGLE: Census: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois

248. REV. TIMOTHY ALLEN5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 25, 1826 in Robinson County, Tennessee, and died March 16, 1908 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married MARTHA CAROLINE ROBERTS Bet. August 22 - 25, 1849 in Williamson County, Illinois, daughter of WILLIAM ROBERTS and NANCY TURNER. She was born August 10, 1832 in Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois, and died April 01, 1906 in Williamson County, Illinois. Notes for REV. TIMOTHY ALLEN CAGLE: Rev. Timothy Cagle. Pioneer Farmer. This venerable old gentleman, now close to the 80's, is another living testimonial to the benefits of the simple and regular habit of farm life. He comes, too, of long-lived ancestry among the mountains of Tennessee. He was born in Robinson County, December 25, 1826, and came, a babe in his mother's arms and settled first near the old town of Bainbridge. His mother, Polly Demunbreun, died there at the age of 65, and his father, Charles Cagle, lived to be 85 and died near Little Rock, Arkansas. Her father was a soldier in the war of the Revolution and died at Nashville, Tennessee, at the advanced age of 110. August 25, 1849, Mr. Cagle chose Caroline Roberts for his life's partner, and together they have raised 14 children. She is a very remarkable woman and richly deserves to be held in everlasting remembrance. She was born August 8, 1832, at Bainbridge, and she and her husband were school-mates from childhood. Except in child-bearing she was never sick a day in her life, never had a doctor nor a hired girl. She did her own housework, raised her great family and has spun and woven as high as 100 yards of woolen cloth in a year. At her advanced age she scorns hired help and gets about the old farmhouse as sprightly as a maid of 20. She is slim and trim as a bride, quick and active, and as ambitious as in her girlhood. Except for the few wrinkles and an occasional grey hair, you would hardly know that time had ever laid its hand upon her. She and her husband are co-laborers still, but she is the smarter of the two. May such mothers multiply in the land, and may her sons do her reverence and her daughters follow in her steps. But alas! The sound of the spinning wheel is no longer heard in the land. Its busy hum has given way to the earracking tum-tum-tum of the piano. The sons and daughters have forsaken the farm and families have dwindled to one and two or three. Also for the Republic if the industrial drift lead not back to the old paths. In 1848 Mr. Cagle bought his present homestead among the wolves and the rattlers, and in 1849 brought his newly wedded bride to a home where light has been kept cheerfully burning until this present hour. Neither had much education, but pioneering gave them health and strength if it did not give them book-learning.

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Near their home, among the rocks along Crab Orchard Creek, was a den of rattlers, so numerous and prolific that Mr. Cagle's predecessor, of whom he bought, killed 300 in one year. He, himself, was bitten but once, and barely escaped with his life. But the rattlers have long ago gone to keep the wolves and bears company. In 1852, he began to preach for the Missionary Baptists, and served them until a year after the War. In 1866, he was licensed by the Free Baptists and preached for them until about three years ago, when advancing age and infirmities brought his labors to an end. He enlisted in Company B, 1st Col. regiment to serve in the Mexican War, but with the rest of those boys, he bravely marched up the hill only to march down again. In politics he was a Republican and always voted that ticket, but was never an office-seeker nor a politician. The names of their children are: William Cagle, deceased; Mrs. Nancy, widow of Hezekiah McNeal; Jas. Cagle, deceased; Mrs. Mary W., the wife of Hiram Wedkins, Carterville; Pleasant Cagle, Charles Cagle, Timothy Cagle, Carterville; Martha Cagle, Moody Cagle, Edwin Cagle, Carterville; Mardicai, deceased; Mrs. Gertie, wife of Grif Sanders; Mrs. Dolly, wife of Tuck Hampton; Mrs. Dora, wife of William Hampton, Carterville; Alfracratis Cagle, on the old farm. Courtesy: Angela Place Angela Place / Williamson County, ILGenWeb

Moved with his father to Williamson County, Illinois and was enumerated there in the 1860 Census. He has been listed on all Census since 1860. In 1900, he and Martha are listed as the only people remaining in the household except for a grandson, James H. Wadkins, age 17, date of birth March 1883.

More About REV. TIMOTHY ALLEN CAGLE: Alternate Birth: January 1826, Davidson County, Tennessee Burial: Unknown, Hampton Cemetery, Williamson County, Illinois Census 1: 1850, Williamson County, Illinois Census 2: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois Census 3: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois Census 4: 1880, Williamson County, Illinois Census 5: 1900, Williamson County, Illinois Military service: Company B, U.S. Voluntary Infantry, Mexican War More About MARTHA CAROLINE ROBERTS: Burial: Unknown, Hampton Cemetery, Williamson County, Illinois Children of TIMOTHY CAGLE and MARTHA ROBERTS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. 469. 470. xiii. xiv. xv. ANNA WALLACE6 CAGLE, b. Private. MARDICAI CAGLE, d. Unknown, Died as a baby. NANCY J. CAGLE, b. 1853, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. GILBERT PRICE; d. Unknown. JAMES A. CAGLE, b. 1854, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. INDIAN SQUAW; d. Unknown. MARY E. CAGLE, b. 1855, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. 1884. PLEASANT E. CAGLE, b. 1858, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. WFT Est. 1885-1948. CHARLES A. CAGLE, b. 1860, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. 1898. TIMOTHY LEANDER CAGLE, b. February 22, 1861, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. October 10, 1921. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1864, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. 1920. MOODY CAGLE, b. 1864, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. 1938. EDWARD S. CAGLE, b. August 06, 1868, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. L UCY WADKINS/HOPKINS; d. Unknown. GERTRUDE CAGLE, b. 1871, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. GRIFF SANDERS; d. Unknown. DORA ALICE CAGLE, b. March 02, 1873, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. January 19, 1935, Williamson County, Illinois. SECRATUS CAGLE, b. 1875, Bainbridge, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; Foster child. KIZIAK HOPKINS CAGLE, b. June 12, 1875; d. Unknown. More About KIZIAK HOPKINS CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Hampton Cemetery, Williamson County, Illinois

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249. JAMES5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1834 in Illinois, and died 1864 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married SAPHRONIA ELLEN CHAMNESS September 24, 1854 in Williamson County, Illinois. She was born 1835 in Williamson County, Illinois, and died WFT Est. 1878-1930 in Williamson County, Illinois. More About JAMES CAGLE: Census: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois More About SAPHRONIA ELLEN CHAMNESS: Census 1: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois Census 2: 1880, Williamson County, Illinois widow Children of JAMES CAGLE and SAPHRONIA CHAMNESS are:

471. i. ii. iii. iv. TIMOTHY E.6 CAGLE, b. 1857, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. VINCENT C. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. ALFRED CAGLE, b. Abt. 1861, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. JAMES C. CAGLE, b. 1863, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown; m. SARAH ELIZABETH COLLARD, February 17, 1884, Williamson County, Illinois; b. Abt. 1866, Kentucky; d. Unknown.

250. ALLEN5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1837 in Williamson County, Illinois, and died Abt. 1923 in Nashville, Tennessee. He married MARTICIA T. CHAMNESS December 19, 1856 in Williamson County, Illinois. She was born 1842 in Williamson County, Illinois, and died Abt. 1921. More About ALLEN CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1839, Williamson County, Illinois Census 1: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with father at age 13 years. Census 2: 1860, Williamson County, Illinois Census 3: 1870, Williamson County, Illinois Census 4: 1880, Williamson County, Illinois Military service: Soldier in the Revolutionary War Occupation: Farmer Children of ALLEN CAGLE and MARTICIA CHAMNESS are:

472. 473. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. WILLIAM ALLEN6 CAGLE, b. 1858, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. WILEY B. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. MELVINA CAGLE, b. April 30, 1864, Pigeon Creek, Williamson County, Illinois; d. April 18, 1935, Energy, Williamson County, Illinois. MARTICIA CAGLE, b. 1869, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. CHARLES CAGLE, b. May 16, 1871, Williamson County, Illinois; d. November 28, 1936, Williamson County, Illinois. L. ANN CAGLE, b. 1874, Marion, Williamson County, Illinois; d. Unknown.

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251. ELIJAH5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, JOHN FRANCIS3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 28, 1848 in Ripley County, Missouri, and died July 02, 1911 in Jackson County, Arkansas. He married (1) RUTH MARGARET NEWCOMB December 13, 1866 in Jackson County, Arkansas. She was born July 1848 in Jackson County, Arkansas, and died WFT Est. 1884-1943 in Arkansas. He married (2) M ALISSA E. DUNCAN February 25, 1880 in Williamson County, Illinois. She died Unknown. More About ELIJAH CAGLE: Burial: July 03, 1911, Gracelawn Cemetery, Jackson County, Arkansas Census 1: 1850, Ripley County, Missouri with parents at age 2 years. Census 2: 1860, Van Buren County, Arkansas with parents at age 12 years. Child of ELIJAH CAGLE and RUTH NEWCOMB is:

475. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 CAGLE, b. July 22, 1875, Tuckerman, Jackson County, Arkansas; d. July 22, 1962,

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252. GEORGE WILLIAM5 CAGLE (JACOB4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1860 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married C ATHERINE ELEDGE May 11, 1844 in Van Buren County, Tennessee. She was born 1820 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1859-1915. Notes for GEORGE WILLIAM CAGLE: This 1850 Census does not list Catherine Eledge George's wife with the family. Then in 1860 Census of Warren County, Tennessee there is a listing of Catherine Cagle as a head of household but, with no one else present in the home (no children).

More About GEORGE WILLIAM CAGLE: Census: 1850, Grundy County, Tennessee Children of GEORGE CAGLE and CATHERINE ELEDGE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. ISABELLE6 CAGLE, d. Unknown. MARTHA CAGLE, d. Unknown. MALINDA CAGLE, d. Unknown. GEORGE W. CAGLE, d. Unknown. WILLIAM CAGLE, d. Unknown. ELIZABETH CAGLE, d. Unknown. BENJAMIN THOMAS CAGLE, b. October 05, 1852, Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee; d. May 21, 1923, Wilkins, Cimarron County, Oklahoma.

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253. MILLIE5 CAGLE (HENRY PINKNEY4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1810 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1852-1905. She married J AMES STOKES WFT Est. 1826-1858. He was born 1810 in Georgia, and died WFT Est. 1853-1902. More About MILLIE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Notes for JAMES STOKES: The 1850 census of Lawrence County, Alabama lists James as an illiterate carpenter earning $75 per year. In addition to a wife and seven children, at the time of this census, living with James was his mother-in-law, Celia Cagle, age 60 and two of her minor daughters, Janey, 18; and Ann, 15.

More About JAMES STOKES: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Occupation: Carpenter Children of MILLIE CAGLE and JAMES STOKES are:

i. JESSE6 STOKES, b. 1835, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About JESSE STOKES: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama ii. L. STOKES, b. 1837, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About L. STOKES: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama iii. LIDDY STOKES, b. 1841, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About LIDDY STOKES: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama

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254. IGNATIUS WEST5 CAGLE (HENRY PINKNEY4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Lincoln, Lincoln County, Tennessee, and died August 15, 1889 in Verona, Lawrence County, Missouri. He married (1) U NKNOWN UNKNOWN Abt. 1837 in Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1799-1824, and died Bef. 1852 in Morgan County, Alabama. He married (2) NANCY MARY LEMMONS October 20, 1848 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee. She was born 1822 in Warren/McMinn County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1865-1917. Notes for IGNATIUS WEST CAGLE: He was listed in the Civil War Pension Index in Missouri with Nancy Cagle as his widow. Ignatious who first appeared as a head of household in the 1840 census of Warren County, Tennessee. After the death of Henry, his father in the 1840's Celia and sons I.W., Isaac R. and Henry P. moved to Alabama. In 1850, all were in Lawrence County, Alabama except I. W. who was in Morgan County, Alabama. I. W. Cagle, moved to Missouri by 1852, and in June of that year joined the Lone Jack, Missouri Baptist Church in Jackson County. In 1856 he withdrew his membership from the church, presumably at the time when he moved to Barry County, Missouri. By 1870, he moved across the county line into Lawrence County, Missouri where he remained until his death, appearing in the census of 1870 and 1880. I. W. Cagle was a cousin of the large Cagle group which lived near Pierce City, in S. W. Lawrence County but, was not from their immediate group. In 1850, Ignatious, Henry P. and Isaac W., all sons of Henry & Celia, lived in Morgan and Lawrence Counties of Alabama, moved to southern Illinois, then by 1870 was living in Scott County, Missouri, directly across the river from Alexander County, Illinois. Ignatious was listed on the 1836 Tax List of Warren County, Tennessee.

More About IGNATIUS WEST CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1850, Morgan County, Alabama Census 4: 1860, Sugar Creek Township, Barry, Missouri Census 5: 1870, Spring River Township, Lawrence, Missouri Census 6: 1880, Aurora Township, Lawrence, Missouri Children of IGNATIUS CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

i. ANDREW J.6 CAGLE, b. 1839, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About ANDREW J. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Morgan County, Alabama ii. iii. iv. EVALINE CAGLE, b. 1841, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ISAAC H. CAGLE, b. 1843, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARY J. CAGLE, b. 1846, Alabama; d. Unknown.

Children of IGNATIUS CAGLE and NANCY LEMMONS are:

v. HENRY S.6 CAGLE, b. 1852, Alabama; d. Unknown.

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SEALY J. CAGLE, b. 1853, Missouri; d. Unknown. SARAH E. CAGLE, b. 1855, Missouri; d. Unknown. THOMAS B. CAGLE, b. 1857, Missouri; d. Unknown. W. F. CAGLE, b. 1858, Missouri; d. Unknown. PRESTON CAGLE, b. 1860, Missouri; d. Unknown. IGNATIUS WEST CAGLE, JR., b. 1863, Missouri; d. 1949, Missouri; m. E LLEN UNKNOWN; d. Unknown, Missouri. More About IGNATIUS WEST CAGLE, JR.: Burial: Unknown, Spring River Cemetery, Verona, Missouri More About ELLEN UNKNOWN: Burial: Unknown, Spring River Cemetery, Verona, Missouri

255. JOHN5 CAGLE (HENRY PINKNEY4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1813 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died 1853 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married S ARAH BROWN 1828 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born January 28, 1814 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died 1864 in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John died in the 1850's and left a will. Sarah is listed as head of house in the 1860 census of Warren County. John is listed on the 1836 Tax List for Warren County, Tennessee.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Notes for SARAH BROWN: Sarah was widow of John, born 1813, of 1850 Warren County, Tennessee. Her sons included James Cagle and Jacob, 23. Children of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH BROWN are:

i. PEGGY ANN6 CAGLE, b. 1836, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. D ANIEL BLEDSOE, September 17, 1850, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About PEGGY ANN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee ii. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1839, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee iii. POLLY CAGLE, b. 1840; d. Unknown. More About POLLY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee iv. BENJAMIN CAGLE, b. 1842, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About BENJAMIN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee v. EMALINE CAGLE, b. 1844, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About EMALINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Marion County, Tennessee vi. JOHN CAGLE, JR., b. 1849, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About JOHN CAGLE, JR.:

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256. REVEREND ISAAC R.5 CAGLE (HENRY PINKNEY4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1816 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Johnson County, Illinois. He married (1) EUPHEMA HILL WFT Est. 1835-1875, daughter of ANDREW HILL and ELIZA CAGLE. She was born WFT Est. 1830-1860, and died WFT Est. 1835-1941. He married (2) A MANDA MORRISON Abt. 1838 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born 1823 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1864 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married (3) ELIZABETH UTLEY March 02, 1866 in Johnson County, Illinois. She was born 1836 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1872-1931. Notes for REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE: Isaac was a Baptist Preacher. Isaac R. Cagle appeared in the 1850 Lawrence County, Alabama at age 34 along with his first wife Amanda, mother of James who is living next to his father Isaac. Isaac's mother Celia age 60. On Nov 26, 1953 Isaac R. and Amanda sold a tract of land in Johnson County, Illinois to Stephen H. Perriman. Their stay in Illinois at that time, however, was short since Isaac and Amanda appeared in Franklin County, Alabama in the 1860 census along with his mother Celia, 70. Amanda died in the 1870's and Isaac was then married to Elizabeth, who seems to be the mother of the four youngest children. Henry Utley appears to be the son of Elizabeth by her 1st marriage; at her marriage to Isaac Cagle on March 2, 1866, she lists her name as Elizabeth Utley. More About REVEREND ISAAC R. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Polk County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 3: 1860, Franklin County, Tennessee Census 4: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois Occupation: Baptist Minister More About AMANDA MORRISON: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Notes for ELIZABETH UTLEY: Henry Utley, age 14, born in Kentucky, appears on the 1870 US Federal Census of Johnson County, Illinois in the household of Elizabeth Utley and Isaac R. Cagle. He is probably her son but, could be a younger brother. Also, James H. Cagle, Isaac's son, married Sarah H. Utley, who could be a younger sister of Elizabeth's. She is too old to be her daughter.

More About ELIZABETH UTLEY: Census: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois Children of ISAAC CAGLE and AMANDA MORRISON are:

i. ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. 1839, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama ii. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1841, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About MARTHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama iii. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1843, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama iv. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1845, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About JOHN CAGLE:

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Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama v. MATILDA CAGLE, b. 1848, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About MATILDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama vi. AMANDA A. CAGLE, b. 1850, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About AMANDA A. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Franklin County, Alabama vii. MARY CAGLE, b. 1853, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Franklin County, Alabama viii. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1857, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1860, Franklin County, Alabama ix. ISAAC S. CAGLE, b. 1866, Johnson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About ISAAC S. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois x. SONARA CAGLE, b. 1868, Johnson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About SONARA CAGLE: Census: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois xi. GEORGE M. CAGLE, b. 1869, Johnson County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About GEORGE M. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Johnson County, Illinois

257. HENRY PRESTON5 CAGLE (HENRY PINKNEY4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 01, 1827 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died October 02, 1900 in Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee. He married (1) M ARY PRIEST October 03, 1850 in Lawrence County, Alabama. She was born 1824 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1855-1918. He married (2) KATHERINE STOKES Abt. 1856 in Alabama. She was born WFT Est. 1817-1840 in Lawrence County, Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1864-1929. He married (3) CATHERINE WARNER August 24, 1865 in Johnson County, Illinois, daughter of JAMES WARNER and ELIZA UNKNOWN. She was born 1846 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1881-1941. He married (4) SUSANNA E. MULLINS 1883 in Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee. She was born June 1858 in Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee, and died May 20, 1922 in Oliver Springs, Tennessee. Notes for HENRY PRESTON CAGLE: Henry was a farmer and "Root Doctor". Henry was listed on the 1850 Lawrence County, Alabama Census living with his older brother, Isaac and his family. Both, Henry's wife, Mary and his sister, Dovey M. were residing with Isaac who was a Baptist Minister. Henry followed his brothers, to Missouri, Illinois then moved back to Tennessee before his death. Henry is listed in the 1900 U.S. Federal Census of Whitley County, Kentucky living with his daughter Laura and son-in-law, James Fox. James with his family is living next to his father, Henry Preston and his new family for the 1880 Census. James 28 , was the son of Henry P. by his first wife . Henry Preston Cagle, was the son of Henry and Celia Cagle of Warren County, Tennessee and the brother of Ignatius W. Cagle, 1812-1889, of Lawrence County, Missouri and Isaac R. Cagle, of 1870 Johnson County, Illinois. In 1850, these brothers lived in Morgan and Lawrence Counties, Alabama, moved to southern Illinois, then by 1870 was living in Scott County, Missouri, directly across the river from Alexander County, Illinois where he had moved by 1880. (Late in life, Henry P. returned to the state of his birth, and in the 1900 census was living in Cumberland County, Tennessee. Henry P. died shortly after the 1900 census.

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More About HENRY PRESTON CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1840, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 4: 1870, Scott County, Missouri Census 5: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois Census 6: 1900, Cumberland County, Tennessee Census 7: 1900, Whitley County, Kentucky Tax List 1: 1872, Alexander County, Illinois Tax List 2: 1878, Alexander County, Illinois Notes for MARY PRIEST: Mary Priest , first wife of Henry Preston, is in 1860 Census of Lawrence County, Alabama, with son, James. Henry and Mary were divorced. James with his family is living next to his father, Henry Preston and his new family for the 1880 Census. James 28 , was the son of Henry P. by his first wife . Henry P. Cagle, was the son of Henry and Celia Cagle of Warren County, Tennessee, and the brother of Ignatius W. Cagle, 1812-1889, of Lawrence County, Missouri and Isaac R. Cagle, of 1870 Johnson County, Illinois. In 1850, these brothers lived in Morgan and Lawrence Counties, Alabama, moved to southern Illinois, then by 1870 was living in Scott County, Missouri, directly across the river from Alexander County, Illinois where he had moved by 1880. (Late in life, Henry P. returned to the state of his birth, and in the 1900 census was living in Cumberland County, Tennessee. Henry P. died shortly after the 1900 census.

More About MARY PRIEST: Census 1: 1850, Lawrence County, Alabama More About CATHERINE WARNER: Census: 1870, Scott County, Missouri Child of HENRY CAGLE and MARY PRIEST is:

i. JAMES W.6 CAGLE, b. February 13, 1852, Lawrence County, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. MARY UNKNOWN; b. 1853, Alabama; d. Unknown. Notes for JAMES W. CAGLE: James was on the 1860 Census of Lawrence County, Alabama with his mother. Later, 1880 census of Alexander, Illinois he was living next to his father in his own household. An inquiry in Alabama Valley Leave, March 1969, by Mrs Irene Morrison, Box 644, Yuba City, CA 05991, indicates that James birth date of February 13, 1852 was listed in census records with the family of Isaac Priest of Lawrence County, Alabama Records of Isaac Priest also, indicated Henry P. Cagle and Mary Priest were wed on Oct 3, 1850. James was listed on the 1876 Tax List of Union Co., IL, along with his half-brother, Joseph T. Cagle.

More About JAMES W. CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 2: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois Tax List: 1876, Union County, Illinois

Children of HENRY CAGLE and KATHERINE STOKES are:

ii. JOSEPH T.6 CAGLE, b. 1857, Missouri; d. Unknown. Notes for JOSEPH T. CAGLE: Appearing on the 1876 Tax List with Joseph was his half brother James W. Cagle, whose mother was Mary Priest.

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More About JOSEPH T. CAGLE: Tax List: 1876, Union County, Illinois iii. MARY MARTHA JANE CAGLE, b. 1858, Missouri; d. Unknown; m. C HARLES JACO, August 14, 1872, Alexander County, Illinois; d. Unknown. Notes for CHARLES JACO: Charles Jaco appears on the 1876 Tax List of Union County, Illinois along with his wife's brothers, James W. and Joseph T. Cagle.

More About CHARLES JACO: Tax List: 1872, Alexander County, Illinois Tax List 2: 1876, Union County, Illinois Tax List 3: 1882, Alexander County, Illinois iv. WILLIAM PRESTON CAGLE, b. March 19, 1859, Scott County, Missouri; d. Unknown; m. S ARAH BOYD, September 07, 1890, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About WILLIAM PRESTON CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Scott County, Missouri Census 2: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois v. vi. MELVILLE CAGLE, b. 1860, Missouri; d. Unknown. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1861, Illinois; d. Unknown.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and CATHERINE WARNER are:

vii. SARAH A.6 CAGLE, b. April 15, 1868, Scott County, Missouri; d. Unknown; m. M ICHAEL J. SHEHAN, April 29, 1884, Roane County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About SARAH A. CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Scott County, Missouri Census 2: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois 477. viii. ix. LUVERBA ELLA CAGLE, b. June 10, 1874, Alexander County, Illinois; d. Unknown. CHARLES AUSTIN CAGLE, b. August 12, 1876, Alexander County, Illinois; d. Unknown. More About CHARLES AUSTIN CAGLE: Census: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois x. LAURA MAGNOLIA CAGLE, b. March 19, 1878, Alexander County, Illinois; d. February 03, 1926, Westbourne, Tennessee; m. JAMES FOX, September 30, 1894, Whitley County, Kentucky; b. October 1878, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About LAURA MAGNOLIA CAGLE: Census: 1880, Alexander County, Illinois Marriage Notes for LAURA CAGLE and JAMES FOX: Other information states that they were married on September 9, 1894.

Children of HENRY CAGLE and SUSANNA MULLINS are:

xi. ROBERT L.6 CAGLE, b. July 1884, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1912, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee. Notes for ROBERT L. CAGLE: Robert died from a shotgun accident while hunting, possibly around 1912.

More About ROBERT L. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Cumberland County, North Carolina xii. JAMES H. CAGLE, b. June 1887, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1926, Petros, Morgan County,

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Tennessee; m. CHARITY UNKNOWN, Abt. 1907, Tennessee; b. 1891, Tennessee; d. Unknown. Notes for JAMES H. CAGLE: James died from a hand gun wound, around 1924-25, during a confrontation with a coal miner he had fired. He was superintendent with a coal mining company in New River, Tennessee at the time. More About JAMES H. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Cumberland County, North Carolina 478. xiii. JOHN BAXTER CAGLE, b. July 15, 1890, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee; d. June 05, 1949, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

258. BENJAMIN STEWARD SILAS5 CAGLE (JOHN DAVID4, JACOB3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1826 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died April 07, 1891 in Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee. He married (1) LAVISA WRIGHT July 23, 1848 in Warren County, Tennessee, daughter of LEMUEL WRIGHT and PRISCILLA TAYLOR. She was born April 04, 1822 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died May 20, 1855 in Warren County, Tennessee. He married (2) L UCINDA SMITH December 31, 1860 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1820-1843, and died WFT Est. 1865-1931. He married (3) L AURA L. ARMSTRONG December 04, 1867 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born WFT Est. 1826-1853, and died Abt. 1875 in Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee. He married (4) MARY CATHERINE SMARTT April 12, 1882 in Warren County, Tennessee. She was born June 1840 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died 1912 in Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee. Notes for BENJAMIN STEWARD SILAS CAGLE: Ben was a member of the Masonic Lodge #478, Chartered November 8, 1875. Ben chaired the committee selected to draw up the first charter. He was a senior warden 1865 and WM 1886. The five stations which Ben built were moved from Altmont and are still used by the Tracy City Masonic Lodge. The narrative of the Cagle Family was obtained from the Cagle Family Bible by the wife of Berton Benjamin Cagle, Great Grandson of Ben Cagle. Ben died at Beersheba and is buried in the Armstrong Cemetery, Irvin College, Tennessee. At the time of his death, his property totaled 6.2 sections. It was known as the Orchard but, also had a Tannery and Lumber Mill. He willed everything to his three daughters and his widow, Mary, who died in 1912. Cagle grandchildren refer to her as Granny Shackle. Local residents recall that two elderly ladies operated a children's gift shop in the Cagle house on Dahigren Avenue about 1916 and 1917. Three or four years later, A. M. Harris lived there briefly when he came from Alabama to run the Saw mill. He also, operated a small grocery store in the building which now houses the museum. It is interesting to note that Ben originally acquired his property at a court sale. (Clerk and Magistrate) in 1866 and 54 years later 1902, it was sold at court by the Cagle heirs in a partition suit. The new owners were W. R. and Maggie Olley, they had a contract for carrying the mail from Beersheba to Coalmont. According to a 1923 deed, B. M. Brown and John M Mears purchased the Mansion House, barn, stable, orchards, etc. John and Ida Mears operated the Hotel for several years. Thomas and James Northcutt bought the Cagle property in 1937 and after their deaths, it was inherited by their niece Fannie Moffitt.

More About BENJAMIN STEWARD SILAS CAGLE: Burial: April 09, 1891, Armstrong Cemetery, Irvin College, Tennessee Census: 1850, Warren County, Tennessee Children of BENJAMIN CAGLE and LAVISA WRIGHT are:

i. NIMROD TITUS6 CAGLE, b. September 21, 1850, Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1934, Baker Grove, Grundy County, Tennessee; m. ELIZABETH MARY DYKES, January 08, 1877, Grundy County, Tennessee; b. 1859, Grundy County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About NIMROD TITUS CAGLE: Burial: February 1934, Brow's Chapel Cemetery, Grundy County, Tennessee ii. CANOVA THOMAS CAGLE, b. January 1853, Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Idaho; m. (1) MARTHA TATE, August 21, 1873, Beersheba Springs, Grundy County, Tennessee; d.

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Unknown; m. (2) NANNIE ROGERS, December 31, 1891, Warren County, Tennessee; b. March 1874, Tennessee; d. Unknown, Idaho. Notes for CANOVA THOMAS CAGLE: Canova was the Beersheba's Postmaster from 1876 to 1882. Their home was located near Dark Hollow on the property now owned by Alfred Adams, Jr.

More About CANOVA THOMAS CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Schild Cemetery, Idaho More About MARTHA TATE: Burial: Unknown, Schild Cemetery, Idaho More About NANNIE ROGERS: Burial: Unknown, Schild Cemetery, Idaho

259. LEONARD CHARLES5 CAGLE (JACOB4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 30, 1798 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died August 08, 1866 in Davidson River, Boyd Township, Transylvania County, North Carolina. He married MARY J. OSBORNE January 19, 1819 in Transylvania County, North Carolina, daughter of JEREMIAH OSBORNE and ANNE BLYTHE. She was born September 06, 1797 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died June 16, 1869 in Davidson River, Boyd Township, Transylvania County, North Carolina. Notes for LEONARD CHARLES CAGLE: The 1862 Tax List for Transylvania County, North Carolina lists Leonard as one of the largest land holders in Davidson County. More About LEONARD CHARLES CAGLE: Burial: August 10, 1866, Davidson River Cemetery, Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina Census: 1820, Buncombe County, North Carolina More About MARY J. OSBORNE: Burial: June 18, 1869, Davidson River Cemetery, Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina Children of LEONARD CAGLE and MARY OSBORNE are:

i. MARGARET6 CAGLE, b. November 22, 1822, Davidson River, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. October 03, 1830, Davidson River, Transylvania County, North Carolina. More About MARGARET CAGLE: Burial: October 05, 1830, Davidson River Cemetery, Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina 479. ii. iii. iv. v. CHARLES HUGHEY CAGLE, b. May 04, 1824, Flat Rock, Henderson County, North Carolina; d. January 13, 1908, Louisville, Winston County, Mississippi. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1825, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ANNA MYRA CAGLE, b. February 23, 1825, Davidson River, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. 1870. RUTH ELVIRA CAGLE, b. April 04, 1826, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1890, Henderson County, North Carolina; m. NOAH RABB; d. Unknown. More About RUTH ELVIRA CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Davidson River Cemetery, Transylvania County, North Carolina vi. JANE CAGLE, b. February 25, 1828, Davidson River, Buncombe County, North Carolina; d. 1909, Transylvania County, North Carolina; m. JOSHUA ORR, 1854, Transylvania, County, North Carolina; b. April 28, 1824, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. 1910. More About JANE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Davidson River Cemetery, Transylvania County, North Carolina Census: 1850, Henderson County, North Carolina with parents at age 22 years. vii. NANCY CAGLE, b. February 23, 1830; d. December 21, 1897, Marietta, Greenville County, South Carolina; m. JOHN JACKSON COX; d. Unknown.

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More About NANCY CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Cox Chapel Baptist Church, Marietta, Greenville County, South Carolina 481. viii. ix. JACOB W. CAGLE, b. December 14, 1832, Flat Rock, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. December 20, 1910, Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina. REBECCA LOUISE CAGLE, b. August 29, 1835, Davidson River, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. December 04, 1897, Davidson River, Transylvania County, North Carolina; m. (1) OTIS L. FLEENOR, February 10, 1859, Transylvania, County, North Carolina; b. 1831; d. Unknown; m. (2) BENJAMIN MERRELL, January 18, 1880; b. 1824; d. 1901.

260. HENRY WASHINGTON5 CAGLE (JACOB4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1804 in Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died 1880 in Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina. He married (1) REBECCA JUSTICE 1824 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, daughter of JOHN JUSTUS and ELIZABETH THOMAS. She was born 1805 in Henderson County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1850 in Avery's Creek Township, Buncombe County, North Carolina. He married (2) BETSY HOWELL April 07, 1853 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. She was born 1830 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1859-1924. Notes for HENRY WASHINGTON CAGLE: Between 1830 and 1836, Henry had received more than 400 acres in Buncombe County, North Carolina as recorded in the state archives. 200 acres were in the Bent Creek area of Avery's Creek Township where he built his home in a cove at the foot of Cagle Mountain, Rice Pinnacle and Wolf Top. Rebeccah does not appear in the 1850 US Federal Census for Buncombe County and is presumed dead prior to the census. Henry's marriage to Betsy is confirmed by Buncombe County marriage Records; however, not accepted by family members nor some researchers. Others researching this line are (1) William H. Cagle, Sr, 640 Pearson Road, Asheville, North Carolina 28806 and his brother (2) James B. Cagle, 448 E. Warner St., Groveland, Florida, 32736, Great Grandsons of Henry Washington Cagle.

More About HENRY WASHINGTON CAGLE: Census 1: 1830, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 2: 1850, Buncombe County, North Carolina Census 3: 1880, Buncombe County, North Carolina Children of HENRY CAGLE and REBECCA JUSTICE are:

i. ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. September 22, 1826, North Carolina; d. November 05, 1905, North Carolina; m. CHARLES BROOKS, December 04, 1856; b. 1826; d. 1916. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Hominy Baptist Church Cemetery, Candor, North Carolina ii. iii. iv. MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1830; d. Unknown; m. J AMES CASE; d. Unknown. LEONARD CAGLE, b. 1832; d. Unknown, In the Civil War.. HENRY WASHINGTON CAGLE, JR., b. 1833, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1880; m. S ARAH ANN CASE, October 31, 1854, Buncombe County, North Carolina; b. 1836; d. Unknown.

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261. LEANAH5 CAGLE (VALENTINE4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 13, 1813 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died 1890 in Winston County, Alabama. She married CHARLES B. CAGLE Abt. 1847 in Hancock County, Alabama, son of HENRY CAGLE and ELIZABETH WAGGONER. He was born 1799 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1860 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for LEANAH CAGLE: In the 1840's she married her cousin Charles Cagle. Leanah is living with Charley, her youngest son for the 1880 US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama. She is listed as "Annie". More About LEANAH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Annie" Burial: 1890, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama w/husband and 4 children Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama w/Charles Census 3: 1880, Marion County, Alabama w/Son Charley and wife. Notes for CHARLES B. CAGLE: Charles moved from North Carolina to Warren County, Tennessee in the 1820's, then to Winston County, Alabama in the 1830's. His first wife, mother of sons, John T. born 1821, Lloyd H. born 1823, James Riley born 1824, Jeremiah born 1828, George W. born 1835 and Silas born 1838, died 1840's. Charles then married Leannah Cagle, daughter of Valentine Cagle, Jr. born 1766 who also moved to the Winston County, Alabama area in the 1830's. Charles is noted on the 1850 US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama with second wife Leannah Cagle along with three of their children, Talitha, Lavita and Charles. None of the children of his previous marriage are in the household for this census.

More About CHARLES B. CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1790 Burial: Unknown, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1810, Warren County, Tennessee Census 2: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee Census 3: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee Census 4: 1840, Walker County, Alabama Census 5: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama w/Leanah and 4 children Census 6: 1860, Marion County, Alabama w/Leanah and 3 children Children are listed above under (86) Charles B. Cagle. 262. CHARLES5 CAGLE (VALENTINE4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 14, 1817 in Fayette County, Tennessee, and died September 26, 1870 in Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. He married MALINDA BELLE AUSTIN December 19, 1839 in DeKalb County, Alabama. She was born August 09, 1821 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died January 29, 1877 in Dear Head Cove, DeKalb County Alabama. Notes for CHARLES CAGLE: Buried in Deer Head Cove Cemetery, DeKalb County, Alabama with wife. Masonic tombstone.

More About CHARLES CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Dear Head Cove Cemetery, DeKalb County Alabama Census 1: 1840, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1850, Walker County, Alabama Census 3: 1860, Marion County, Alabama Census 4: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama

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Notes for MALINDA BELLE AUSTIN: Buried at Deer Head Cove Cemetery, DeKalb County, Alabama, along side her husband.

More About MALINDA BELLE AUSTIN: Burial: January 31, 1877, Dear Head Cove Cemetery, DeKalb County Alabama Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama Children of CHARLES CAGLE and MALINDA AUSTIN are:

i. SARAH ANN6 CAGLE, b. October 20, 1840, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. May 20, 1916, Violet Hill, Izzard County, Arkansas. More About SARAH ANN CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Forrest Chapel Cemetery, Violet Hill, Izzard County, Arkansas ii. MARY JANE CAGLE, b. February 01, 1841, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. June 17, 1912, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. More About MARY JANE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Cagle Cemetery, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama 482. iii. iv. MARGARET ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. February 13, 1843, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. July 04, 1901, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama. NANCY CAROLINE CAGLE, b. May 31, 1845, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About NANCY CAROLINE CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama v. vi. vii. viii. LUCINDA CATHERINE CAGLE, b. February 07, 1847, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. RUFINA CANSADA CAGLE, b. October 09, 1849, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. WILLIAM JASPER CAGLE, b. August 25, 1850, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. GEORGE MARTIN CAGLE, b. October 02, 1854, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. LOUISA J. BLEVINS, February 05, 1882, Dekalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About GEORGE MARTIN CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama ix. STEPHEN AUSTIN CAGLE, b. December 13, 1854, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About STEPHEN AUSTIN CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama x. MARTHA PARALEE CAGLE, b. November 02, 1857, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARTHA PARALEE CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama xi. JAMES BROCK CAGLE, b. November 02, 1857, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JAMES BROCK CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama xii. MINERVA FRANCES CAGLE, b. November 15, 1863, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MINERVA FRANCES CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama xiii. ROBERT LEE CAGLE, b. April 12, 1865, Deerhead Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

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More About ROBERT LEE CAGLE: Census: 1870, DeKalb County, Alabama

263. VALENTINE5 CAGLE III (VALENTINE4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1819 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama. He married CATHERINE STOKES February 17, 1845 in Jackson County, Alabama. She was born 1822 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1900 in Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama. Notes for VALENTINE CAGLE III: The exact location of Valentine Cagle, Jr., b. 1786, in the 1850 census of Jackson County is not known. It is possible that he was in the area of Paint Rock Valley; however, it might be more likely that he was in the region of Deer Head Cove, at the point where Jackson Co joins DeKalb Co; it was in this region where his brother George born 1789, lived and where his widow, Martha lived at the time of the 1860 census. The history of the continuous Cagle settlement in the Paint Rock Valley, therefore, properly starts with Valentine, III born 1819, the oldest son of Valentine, Jr. Valentine, III lived in Franklin County, Tennessee at the time of the 1850 census, but in 1851, began a series of land acquisitions in the Paint Rock Valley in Jackson County, Alabama and founded a homestead there which still remains in the possession of his descendants. Valentine, III and his brother John 1824-1898, were listed in the 1850 census of Franklin County, Tennessee. Valentine, III moved across the county line to Jackson County, Alabama about 1851. During the 1850's, he acquired at least 6 tracts of land in the upper Larkins Fork Valley of the Paint Rock River, each tract being 40 acres in size. It was on this land, in or near 1852, that they built a cabin of cedar logs which stood for over 125 years, until destroyed by fire. At least one of the acquisitions, that of the 1852, was a Land Grant from the US Government, through the Military Act of 1850, providing for land for veterans of the War of 1812 and the Indian Wars; perhaps Valentine, III had been in Indian Wars in 1830's. Valentine died in the 1880's at Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama. He died suddenly while at the Beech Grove Baptist Church. According to his grandson, Mr. Dick Cagle of Killen, Alabama, among those who carried Valentine's body home from the church as Alfred W. Pogue, born 1846, son of James P. Pogue, 1828-1863, who was the great grandfather of Mrs. Dick Cagle. Valentine, III and his wife Catherine, who lived until after 1900 are buried in unmarked graves in the Cagle plot at Beach Grove Methodist Church, Francisco, Alabama.

More About VALENTINE CAGLE III: Burial: Aft. 1880, Beach Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with Catherine and 2 children. Census 2: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama with Catherine and 3 children. Census 3: 1870, Jackson County, Alabama with Catherine and 2 children. Census 4: 1880, Jackson County, Alabama with Catherine and no children. Notes for CATHERINE STOKES: Catherine is listed on 1900 US Federal Census of Jackson County, Alabama Beat #25, Harmony Township. She was living with her son Joseph Valentine Cagle, his wife Lucinda, and their four children.

More About CATHERINE STOKES: Burial: Aft. 1900, Beach Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Francisco, Jackson County, Alabama Census 1: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama Census 2: 1900, Jackson County, Alabama with son, Joseph Valentine Cagle. Children of VALENTINE CAGLE and CATHERINE STOKES are:

i. JOHN H.6 CAGLE, b. 1844, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. 1855, Jackson County, Alabama. More About JOHN H. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Beech Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama Census: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee 483. ii. THOMAS B. CAGLE, b. 1849, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

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264. JOHN F.5 CAGLE (VALENTINE4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 08, 1825 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died March 28, 1898 in Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. He married LAVINA STOKES 1845 in Franklin County, Tennessee. She was born September 11, 1827 in Alabama, and died November 08, 1872 in Colbert County, Alabama. More About JOHN F. CAGLE: Burial: March 29, 1898, Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Franklin County, Tennessee with Lavina and 2 children. Census 2: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama with Lavina and 6 children. Census 3: 1880, Lawrence County, Alabama with 4 children. More About LAVINA STOKES: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama Children of JOHN CAGLE and LAVINA STOKES are:

i. ARTIMISSA6 CAGLE, b. 1847, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About ARTIMISSA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama ii. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1849, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About HENRY CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama 485. 486. iii. iv. v. WILLIAM CARROLL CAGLE, b. March 13, 1851, Illinois; d. March 12, 1923, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. ANDREW JACKSON CAGLE, b. March 13, 1851, Franklin County, Tennessee; d. April 25, 1935, Aurora, Wise County, Texas. PLEASANT CAGLE, b. 1853, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About PLEASANT CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama vi. AMANDA CAGLE, b. 1855, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About AMANDA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama vii. JOHN CAGLE, JR., b. 1858, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JOHN CAGLE, JR.: Census: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama viii. ix. MARTHA CAGLE, b. 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown. WILLIAM S. CAGLE, b. 1865, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About WILLIAM S. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama x. ALLEN W. CAGLE, b. 1867, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About ALLEN W. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama

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265. HENRY5 CAGLE (VALENTINE4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 08, 1826 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died February 25, 1904 in Marion County, Alabama. He married MARY ESTHER MUSGROVE July 31, 1851 in Dekalb County, Alabama. She was born November 27, 1831 in Marion County, Tennessee, and died August 17, 1909 in Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas. Notes for HENRY CAGLE: Henry moved with his father to what is now Winston County, Alabama in the 1830's, then to Jackson County, Alabama in the 1840's, where he appeared in his father's household in the 1850 census. Henry married in the early 1850's, and was living near his widowed mother, Martha Cagle, in the 1860 census of DeKalb County, Alabama. By 1880, was located in Marion County, Alabama, where he remained fo the rest of his life. Henry is buried at the Old Bethel Cemetery, located about 10 miles west of Haleyville, Alabama, and 4 miles NW of the White House Church of Christ, in Marion County. Buried near him are his children Mary Easter, Valentine, Jason and Francis M. Cagle.

More About HENRY CAGLE: Alternate Birth: February 08, 1829, Warren County, Tennessee Burial: February 27, 1909, Old Bethel Cemetery, Haileyville, Marion County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Jackson County, Alabama with father at age 21 years. Census 2: 1860, DeKalb County, Alabama with mary and 3 children. Census 3: 1880, Marion County, Alabama with wife and 5 children. Census 4: 1900, Marion County, Alabama with wife and sister, Talitha. More About MARY ESTHER MUSGROVE: Burial: August 20, 1909, Mitchell Cemetery, Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas Children of HENRY CAGLE and MARY MUSGROVE are:

487. 488. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. MARY EASTER6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852; d. Unknown. MARTHA J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854; d. Unknown. VALENTINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1857, Alabama; d. 1896, Marion County, Alabama. HENRY CAGLE, JR., b. March 10, 1861, Marion County, Alabama; d. April 12, 1911, Marion County, Alabama. JASON CAGLE, b. Abt. 1864; d. Unknown. FRANCIS M. CAGLE, b. January 1869, Marion County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

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266. JAMES5 CAGLE (HENRY4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1861-1906. He married S ARAH BIRD Abt. 1837 in Hardin County, Tennessee. She was born 1823 in Hardin County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1915. Notes for JAMES CAGLE: James is listed on the 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880 Winston County, Alabama Census. Prior to that, there was a James and Henry on the 1833, 1834, and 1835 Tax Lists for Hardin County, Tennessee. Then the next year James shows up on the Tax List of 1836 in Marion County, Alabama. May be this same James and his father, Henry, born July 11, 1793. More About JAMES CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Jim" Census 1: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Tax List 1: 1833, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 2: 1834, Hardin County, Tennessee Tax List 3: 1835, Hardin County, Tennessee

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More About SARAH BIRD: Alternate Birth: 1820, Tennessee Census 1: 1850, Hancock/Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Children of JAMES CAGLE and SARAH BIRD are:

490. i. ii. ELIMINA6 CAGLE, b. October 15, 1838, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. December 20, 1910, Burnsville, Tishomingo County, Mississippi. MARGARET CAGLE, b. 1841, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About MARGARET CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 10 years Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 20 years Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 30 years Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 40 years iii. DOVENY CAGLE, b. 1843, Hardin County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About DOVENY CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 6 years Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 16 years iv. PARTHULA CAGLE, b. 1844, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About PARTHULA CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 26 years Census 2: 1880, Winston County, Alabama w/parents at age 36 years 491. 492. v. vi. vii. JOHN L. CAGLE, b. 1848, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. BENJAMIN ALEXANDER CAGLE, b. August 15, 1850, Winston County, Alabama; d. April 25, 1920, Tennessee. CALEB CAGLE, b. 1859, Alabama; d. Unknown.

267. JOHN5 CAGLE (HENRY4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1815 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1861-1907. He married M ARY UNKNOWN Abt. 1835. She was born 1816 in Kentucky, and died WFT Est. 1861-1911. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: John may have been the man known locally as "Crooked John Cagle" a noted figure along the Biler Road south out of Haleyville. He is most likely buried in the Old Cagle Cemetery along this same road where his brother Charles B. Cagle 1817-1863 is buried.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama More About MARY UNKNOWN: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. CHARLES6 CAGLE, b. 1836, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama ii. VALENTINE CAGLE, b. 1839, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About VALENTINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama

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MARJORIE ANN CAGLE, b. 1859, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARJORIE ANN CAGLE: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama

268. CHARLES B.5 CAGLE (HENRY4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 04, 1817 in Tennessee, and died October 22, 1868 in Winston County, Alabama. He married H ARRIET M. UNKNOWN Abt. 1842. She was born April 10, 1824 in Alabama, and died October 12, 1886 in Marion County, Alabama. More About CHARLES B. CAGLE: Burial: October 23, 1868, Old Cagle Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with Harriett and 6 children. More About HARRIET M. UNKNOWN: Burial: October 13, 1886, Old Cagle Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Children of CHARLES CAGLE and HARRIET UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. MARILDA6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, Alabama; d. Unknown. JOHN H. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1845, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JOHN H. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama 493. iii. iv. v. vi. WILLIAM T. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1848, Alabama; d. Unknown. ELIZA C. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1849, Alabama; d. Unknown. MARGARET J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852, Alabama; d. Unknown. HARRIET E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1857, Alabama; d. Unknown.

269. REBECCA5 INGRAM (ANNA4 CAGLE, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 14, 1814 in Union County, Georgia, and died April 19, 1888 in DeKalb County, Alabama. She married JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE Abt. 1829 in Union County, Georgia, son of JACOB CAGLE and ELIZABETH GILMORE. He was born March 31, 1808 in Habersham County, Georgia, and died July 14, 1868 in Cherokee County, Georgia. Notes for REBECCA INGRAM: Joseph lived near his father in Hall County, Georgia but, in the 1830's moved to Cherokee County, Georgia, where he settled permanently and appeared in the census of 1840, 1850, and 1860. Rebecca appeared on the census of 1870 with son Charles and daughter Malissa still at home with her. In the 1880 Census, Rebecca was listed living with her daughter and son-in-law Truman Knox and their child Waverly who was 9 months old at the time.

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More About REBECCA INGRAM: Alternate Birth: March 04, 1814, South Carolina Burial: April 21, 1888, Mount Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia widow of Joseph R. Cagle Notes for JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE: Joseph and Rebecca Ingram were first cousins. Joseph, a native of Habersham and Hall Counties, Georgia, was the son of Jacob Cagle, 1766-1850 who had moved to Georgia from Moore County, North Carolina (1830 US Federal Census. Joseph migrated to Cherokee County, Georgia in the 1830's where he settled permanently and appeared in the census of 1840-1850-1860. Joseph lived near his father in Hall County, Georgia before moving to Cherokee County, Georgia. Joseph took off to the Civil War on his father's $400 horse. Actually, he signed up for a six month stint with the home guard and was discharged after his tour of duty.

More About JOSEPH ROLAND CAGLE: Burial: July 16, 1868, Mount Carmel Baptist Church Cemetery, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 1: 1840, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 2: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia Census 3: 1860, Cherokee County, Georgia Occupation: 1860, Farmer Marriage Notes for REBECCA INGRAM and JOSEPH CAGLE: Joseph and Rebecca were first cousins.

Children are listed above under (176) Joseph Roland Cagle. 270. MALINDA MARINDA5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 18, 1824 in Georgia, and died September 09, 1863 in Haileyville, Marion County, Alabama at 38 years of age.. She married JAMES RILEY CAGLE Abt. 1848 in Winston County, Alabama, son of CHARLES CAGLE and MARTHA JOHNSON. He was born December 1824 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1904 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE: The US Federal Census of Winston County, Alabama lists Malinda with her husband James Riley Cagle. Malinda is 24 years of age with one child, Sherard age 1, born Alabama.

More About MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Notes for JAMES RILEY CAGLE: During the Civil War, James served as a blacksmith in the Union Army; after the war, he was a longtime operator of a gristmill in SW Winston County. His second wife was Emaline Cagle, 1830-1912, the younger sister of Malinda; both were his cousins, and daughters of John Cagle, 1798-1863 of Winston County. The US Federal Census of 1900 for Winston County, Alabama lists Eliza Cagle age 23, Alabama born September 1876. She is thought to be the daughter of Emaline's brother, Ephraim. James' tombstone reads "J. R. Cagle, Company A, 1st Calvary, USA." He is buried at Old Sardis Cemetery.

More About JAMES RILEY CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Riley" Burial: 1904, Old Sardis Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Winston County, Alabama with Emaline and Eliza.

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Military service: Civil War, Blacksmith in the Union Army Children of MALINDA CAGLE and JAMES CAGLE are:

494. i. ii. SHERROD W.6 CAGLE, b. 1849, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. TAMSEY E. CAGLE, b. 1850, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About TAMSEY E. CAGLE: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama iii. SAMANTHA CAGLE, b. 1854, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About SAMANTHA CAGLE: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama iv. DELILAH EMALINE CAGLE, b. 1856, Winston County, Alabama; d. 1937; m. R UFUS TIDWELL; b. 1852, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About DELILAH EMALINE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Marion County, Alabama

271. HIRAM HARMAN5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 25, 1828 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died July 19, 1896 in Winston County, Alabama. He married ANNA CUMMINGS WFT Est. 1847-1876. She was born 1832 in Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 18771928. More About HIRAM HARMAN CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Children of HIRAM CAGLE and ANNA CUMMINGS are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. ARMINDA6 CAGLE, b. 1852, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. CORNELIUS CAGLE, b. 1852, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. CANSADA CAGLE, b. 1853, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. JAMES D. CAGLE, b. 1854, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. SYLVESTER CAGLE, b. 1856, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. SARAH A. CAGLE, b. 1858, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. FRANKLIN CAGLE, b. 1860, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. ALBERT S. CAGLE, b. 1864, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. ISAAC CAGLE, b. 1866; d. Unknown. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1869; d. Unknown. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1870; d. Unknown. ANDREW J. CAGLE, b. 1875; d. Unknown.

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272. EMALINE5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 15, 1830 in Marion County, Tennessee, and died 1912 in Winston County, Alabama. She married JAMES RILEY CAGLE Aft. 1863 in Alabama, son of CHARLES CAGLE and MARTHA JOHNSON. He was born December 1824 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1904 in Winston County, Alabama. More About EMALINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Census 5: 1910, Winston County, Alabama Notes for JAMES RILEY CAGLE: During the Civil War, James served as a blacksmith in the Union Army; after the war, he was a longtime operator

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of a gristmill in SW Winston County. His second wife was Emaline Cagle, 1830-1912, the younger sister of Malinda; both were his cousins, and daughters of John Cagle, 1798-1863 of Winston County. The US Federal Census of 1900 for Winston County, Alabama lists Eliza Cagle age 23, Alabama born September 1876. She is thought to be the daughter of Emaline's brother, Ephraim. James' tombstone reads "J. R. Cagle, Company A, 1st Calvary, USA." He is buried at Old Sardis Cemetery.

More About JAMES RILEY CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Riley" Burial: 1904, Old Sardis Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Winston County, Alabama with Emaline and Eliza. Military service: Civil War, Blacksmith in the Union Army Child of EMALINE CAGLE and JAMES CAGLE is:

i. ELIZA6 CAGLE, b. September 1876, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. Notes for ELIZA CAGLE: Eliza was listed as a niece in the 1900 Winston County, Alabama census. Some believe she may have been the daughter of Emaline and Melinda's brother, Ephraim.

273. ISHAM5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born October 01, 1832 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died January 13, 1906 in Walker County, Alabama. He married REBECCA NORRIS Abt. 1854 in Alabama. She was born October 1832 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1874-1927. More About ISHAM CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 18 years. Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with Rebecca and 3 children. Census 3: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with Rebecca and 7 children. Census 4: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with Rebecca and 5 children. Census 5: 1900, Walker County, Alabama with Rebecca and 1 child. Census 6: 1910, Walker County, Alabama Children of ISHAM CAGLE and REBECCA NORRIS are:

i. LOUVINA JOSEPHINE6 CAGLE, b. July 24, 1855, Walter, Cullman County, Alabama; d. July 10, 1924; m. JOHN NATHAN WILLIAM ALEXANDER, April 27, 1879, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About LOUVINA JOSEPHINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with father at age 5 years. Census 2: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 15 years. ii. JAMES MELTON CAGLE, b. January 13, 1857, Winston County, Alabama; d. July 09, 1934; m. N ANCY CAROLINE BAUGHN, January 25, 1879, Walker County, Alabama; b. February 23, 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JAMES MELTON CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with father at age 3 years. Census 2: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 13 years. Census 3: 1900, Walker County, Alabama with Nancy and 7 children. Census 4: 1910, Walker County, Alabama with Nancy and 4 children. iii. NANCY CAGLE, b. 1858, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About NANCY CAGLE: Census: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 12 years. iv. ADONIA CAGLE, b. 1860, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

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More About ADONIA CAGLE: Census: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 10 years. v. MARY ALLIE CAGLE, b. December 26, 1861, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 18, 1864, Winston County, Alabama. More About MARY ALLIE CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 8 years. Census 2: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 18 years. Census 3: 1900, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 38 years. vi. MARTHA J. CAGLE, b. 1863, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARTHA J. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with parents at age 17 years. vii. JOHN REUBEN CAGLE, b. September 1866, Walker County, Alabama; d. July 11, 1938; m. ALICE A. HILTON; b. February 1875, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JOHN REUBEN CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 4 years. Census 2: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 14 years. Census 3: 1900, Walker County, Alabama with Alice and 2 children. Census 4: 1910, Walker County, Alabama with Alice and 5 children. viii. LOUISA CAGLE, b. 1868, Walker County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About LOUISA CAGLE: Census 1: 1870, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 2 years. Census 2: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with father at age 12 years. ix. DUNCAN AMON CAGLE, b. June 1872, Walker County, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. ALLIE J. UNKNOWN; b. November 1875, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About DUNCAN AMON CAGLE: Census 1: 1880, Walker County, Alabama with parents at age 7 years. Census 2: 1900, Walker County, Alabama with Allie and 1 child.

274. ALBERT S.5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 15, 1835 in Winston County, Alabama, and died August 18, 1907 in Alabama. He married (1) ALMIRA UNKNOWN Abt. 1856. She was born 1838 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1863-1932. He married (2) E LINDRA ELLEN UNKNOWN Abt. 1859. She was born 1841 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1876-1936. More About ALBERT S. CAGLE: Alternate Birth: June 15, 1835, Walker County, Alabama Burial: August 1907, Rock Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Child of ALBERT CAGLE and ALMIRA UNKNOWN is:

i. PERNITA FLORENCE6 CAGLE, b. May 30, 1862; d. September 10, 1952, Boartush, Haileyville, Winston County, Alabama; m. JAMES WASHINGTON CAGLE; b. Bet. 1871 - 1873; d. Unknown. Marriage Notes for P ERNITA CAGLE and JAMES CAGLE: James and Pernita were first cousins.

275. ALOYSIUS5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born

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March 15, 1837 in Winston County, Alabama, and died September 22, 1875. He married E LIZABETH UNKNOWN WFT Est. 1856-1872. She was born 1840 in Winston County, Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1876-1935. Notes for ALOYSIUS CAGLE: Aloysius "Ellis" Cagle served in the military in the Civil War, Union Army.

More About ALOYSIUS CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Ellis" Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Military service: Civil War, Union Army Child of ALOYSIUS CAGLE and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN is:

i. JAMES WASHINGTON6 CAGLE, b. Bet. 1871 - 1873; d. Unknown; m. P ERNITA FLORENCE CAGLE; b. May 30, 1862; d. September 10, 1952, Boartush, Haileyville, Winston County, Alabama. Marriage Notes for JAMES CAGLE and P ERNITA CAGLE: James and Pernita were first cousins.

276. ENOCH5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 09, 1840 in Winston County, Alabama, and died May 03, 1864 in Winston County, Alabama. He married MARY J. UNKNOWN Abt. 1859 in Winston County, Alabama. She was born 1843 in Winston County, Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1865-1937. Notes for ENOCH CAGLE: Enoch was living with his sister, Matilda during the 1860 census of Winston County, Alabama at age 19 with his wife Mary J., age 17. Enoch served in the Union Army during the Civil War.

More About ENOCH CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Military service: Civil War, Union Army Children of ENOCH CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. DELLA F.6 CAGLE, b. Richland, Randolph, North Carolina; d. Unknown. CHARLIE B. CAGLE, b. Richland, Randolph, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ERASTUS C. CAGLE, b. Richland, Randolph, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ALINE A. CAGLE, b. Richland, Randolph, North Carolina; d. Unknown. UNA L. CAGLE, b. Richland, Randolph, North Carolina; d. Unknown.

277. EPHRAIM N.5 CAGLE (JOHN ADAM4, VALENTINE3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born September 24, 1844 in Winston County, Alabama, and died September 28, 1911 in Winston County, Alabama. He married LUCINDIA BARTON Abt. 1865 in Winston County, Alabama. She was born June 01, 1849 in Winston County, Alabama, and died July 28, 1929 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for EPHRAIM N. CAGLE: Ephraim served in the Union Army during the War of Aggression (Civil War). Both, Ephraim and Lucinda are buried in Enon Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County Alabama. The 1910 Census of Winston County, Alabama lists a grandson, Elmer Cagle living with Ephraim.

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Burial: Unknown, Enon Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Census 5: 1900, Winston County, Alabama Census 6: 1910, Winston County, Alabama Military service: Civil War, Union Army More About LUCINDIA BARTON: Burial: July 28, 1929, Enon Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Children of EPHRAIM CAGLE and LUCINDIA BARTON are:

496. 497. i. ii. iii. JOHN C.6 CAGLE, b. 1864, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. ENOCH CAGLE, b. 1868, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. EPHRAIM NATHANIEL CAGLE, b. June 1878, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

278. MARY L.5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born August 04, 1838 in Hardin County, Tennessee, and died December 31, 1928 in Hardin County, Tennessee. She married (1) WILLIAM H. POLK WFT Est. 1851-1883. He was born WFT Est. 1813-1841, and died WFT Est. 1866-1926. She married (2) WILLIAM R. MCMAHAN WFT Est. 1852-1885. He was born WFT Est. 1821-1841, and died WFT Est. 1855-1927. More About MARY L. CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Polly" Burial: January 02, 1929, Mount Herman Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Children of MARY CAGLE and WILLIAM POLK are:

i. ii. BETTIE6 POLK, b. November 22, 1861; d. April 25, 1947; m. J OHN H. MORRIS; d. Unknown. TENNESSEE P. POLK, b. October 25, 1863; d. March 20, 1936; m. ALEXANDER BAIN; d. Unknown.

279. DEBORAH TABITHA ELIZABETH5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 18, 1840 in Hardin County, Tennessee, and died April 29, 1922 in Hardin County, Tennessee. She married (1) W ILLIAM H. TIDWELL Abt. 1860 in Hardin County, Tennessee, son of JAMES TIDWELL. He was born WFT Est. 1812-1841, and died 1863 in Civil War Casualty. She married (2) JOHN CAGLE December 07, 1874 in Hardin County, Tennessee, son of HENRY CAGLE and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN. He was born January 01, 1813 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died January 09, 1879 in Hardin County, Tennessee. More About DEBORAH TABITHA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Debbie" Burial: April 30, 1922, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Notes for JOHN CAGLE: When his family moved on to New Madrid County, Missouri, John remained in Hardin County, Tennessee. In a message dated 1/9/2002 6:47:58 PM Mountain Standard Time, [email protected] writes: Here is some more of my family. Anyone may use this if they wish. Cagle, John 37, Eliza C. 34, Henry C. 8, Charles 6, Catherine 3, Mary L. 6/12 NC, NC, Hardin Co. 10-504

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Very little is known about the early life of our ancestor, John Cagle. When I first began researching John, many years ago, the first thing I noticed is that his tombstone is probably in error. It shows John to be born January 1, 1818. However, all of the census records show that John was probably born January 1, 1813 in Cabarrus County North Carolina. I have no explanation for the error on the stone. John likely accompanied his father, Henry Cagle, Jr. to Hardin County in 1828. His uncles and his future wife's family were already living in Hardin County by that time. John is shown in the 1830 Census of Hardin County as a male, age 15 to 20, in the household of his father. His uncle George was also enumerated in that census as follows: Henry Cagle (Jr.) 1001001 - 0022001 George Cagle 2000001 - 000001 John's siblings were: George; Susan; Eliza; Sarah (Huling); and Edna Debby (Smith) Several of John's family are shown on the 1833 Tax List of Hardin County, however, the first clear record of John is the 1836 Tax List for the county. George is also shown on the 1836 list, however, the others are not. John, alone, is shown on the 1837 Tax List, as most of the rest of the Cagles moved to New Madrid County, Missouri. Sometime in the late 1830's, John was married to Elizabeth Catherine Polk. They settled on a 144 acre tract of land which was eventually allotted to Eliza as her part of her father's estate after his death in 1839. Her father, Charles Talley Polk was buried in a family plot about 1/2 mile east of where I now live. John and Eliza lived in a house located at the site of the old house where Mr. Enloe Godwin lived until his death a few years ago. John added to the farm when he purchased a 100 acre tract from W. R. McMahan on September 11, 1862. The property included all of the land extending from the old Polk tract north to Indian Creek, bounded north and east by Indian Creek, west by Z. T. Smith (George Cagle 100 Acre Tract) and south by the old Polk tract and John Cagle's home tract. John probably borrowed the money to buy the 100 acres from his brother-in-law, Washington Wells. When Wells died, John had to sell the land to satisfy a judgement owed to the Heirs of Washington Wells. Washington Wells died in the smallpox epidemic of 1872-73. After their marriage ca 1838, John and Eliza settled down to farming and raising a family. The 1840 census shows a female 0 to 5 years old at the time of that census. Apparently this was John's youngest sister. For some reason not known to this writer, Susan was left with John and his wife when the rest of the family went to New Madrid County, Missouri ca 1838. I suspect that Henry's first wife may have died in child birth. John Cagle 00001-10001 Sometime during the next 10 years, Susan leaves this family as she does not show in the 1850 census and there is no other record of her whereabout. However, between 1840 and 1850 John and Eliza had four other children: Henry Overton, born in 1842; Charles Talley, born 5/12/1844; Catherine, born 4/9/1847; and Mary L., born 11/29/1849. No records exist that indicate that the Cagles had anything other than a normal life while raising the family. His two sons, Henry and Charley were Confederate soldiers during the late war. Then, in 1872-73 his wife and two daughters died in a smallpox epidemic. After the death of his wife and daughters in the winter of 1873, John Cagle married the second time to his first cousin, Deborah Tabitha Elizabeth Cagle Tidwell. Deborah, whose husband, William H. Tidwell, may have been killed during the Civil War, came to keep house for John. On December 7, 1874 John and Debby were married. To this union, two children were born: Tabitha Elizabeth in 1875 and John Lewis in 1877. (See information on George Cagle Family). John and Debby had been married for about 5 years when John died on January 9, 1879. John Cagle, born on the 1st day of January 1813 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina came to Hardin County Tennessee, with his parents ca 1828, where he lived the rest of his life until his death on the 9th day of January 1879 at the age of 66 years and 8 days. He is buried with family and neighbors at the Harmony Cemetery in the Cerro Gordo Community in Hardin County, Tennessee.

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More About JOHN CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Census: 1850, Henderson County, Tennessee Child of DEBORAH CAGLE and WILLIAM TIDWELL is:

i. WILLIAM H.6 TIDWELL, JR., b. March 16, 1861; d. June 03, 1898; m. CALDONIA HAGGARD, November 20, 1892; d. Unknown.

Children of DEBORAH CAGLE and JOHN CAGLE are:

ii. TABITHA ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. June 13, 1875; d. May 13, 1954; m. WILLIAM C. TIDWELL; d. Unknown. More About TABITHA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Bettie" Burial: Unknown, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee 498. iii. JOHN LEWIS CAGLE, b. 1877; d. 1958.

280. JOHN5 CAGLE (HENRY4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 01, 1813 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died January 09, 1879 in Hardin County, Tennessee. He married (1) ELIZABETH CATHERINE POLK 1838 in Hardin County, Tennessee, daughter of CHARLES TALLEY POLK. She was born May 16, 1816 in North Carolina, and died January 08, 1873 in Hardin County, Tennessee. He married (2) DEBORAH TABITHA ELIZABETH CAGLE December 07, 1874 in Hardin County, Tennessee, daughter of GEORGE CAGLE and NANCY FREEMAN. She was born November 18, 1840 in Hardin County, Tennessee, and died April 29, 1922 in Hardin County, Tennessee. Notes for JOHN CAGLE: When his family moved on to New Madrid County, Missouri, John remained in Hardin County, Tennessee. In a message dated 1/9/2002 6:47:58 PM Mountain Standard Time, [email protected] writes: Here is some more of my family. Anyone may use this if they wish. Cagle, John 37, Eliza C. 34, Henry C. 8, Charles 6, Catherine 3, Mary L. 6/12 NC, NC, Hardin Co. 10-504

JOHN CAGLE (1813-1879) Very little is known about the early life of our ancestor, John Cagle. When I first began researching John, many years ago, the first thing I noticed is that his tombstone is probably in error. It shows John to be born January 1, 1818. However, all of the census records show that John was probably born January 1, 1813 in Cabarrus County North Carolina. I have no explanation for the error on the stone. John likely accompanied his father, Henry Cagle, Jr. to Hardin County in 1828. His uncles and his future wife's family were already living in Hardin County by that time. John is shown in the 1830 Census of Hardin County as a male, age 15 to 20, in the household of his father. His uncle George was also enumerated in that census as follows: Henry Cagle (Jr.) 1001001 - 0022001 George Cagle 2000001 - 000001 John's siblings were: George; Susan; Eliza; Sarah (Huling); and Edna Debby (Smith) Several of John's family are shown on the 1833 Tax List of Hardin County, however, the first clear record of John is the 1836 Tax List for the county. George is also shown on the 1836 list, however, the others are not. John, alone, is shown on the 1837 Tax List, as most of the rest of the Cagles moved to New Madrid County, Missouri.

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Sometime in the late 1830's, John was married to Elizabeth Catherine Polk. They settled on a 144 acre tract of land which was eventually allotted to Eliza as her part of her father's estate after his death in 1839. Her father, Charles Talley Polk was buried in a family plot about 1/2 mile east of where I now live. John and Eliza lived in a house located at the site of the old house where Mr. Enloe Godwin lived until his death a few years ago. John added to the farm when he purchased a 100 acre tract from W. R. McMahan on September 11, 1862. The property included all of the land extending from the old Polk tract north to Indian Creek, bounded north and east by Indian Creek, west by Z. T. Smith (George Cagle 100 Acre Tract) and south by the old Polk tract and John Cagle's home tract. John probably borrowed the money to buy the 100 acres from his brother-in-law, Washington Wells. When Wells died, John had to sell the land to satisfy a judgement owed to the Heirs of Washington Wells. Washington Wells died in the smallpox epidemic of 1872-73. After their marriage ca 1838, John and Eliza settled down to farming and raising a family. The 1840 census shows a female 0 to 5 years old at the time of that census. Apparently this was John's youngest sister. For some reason not known to this writer, Susan was left with John and his wife when the rest of the family went to New Madrid County, Missouri ca 1838. I suspect that Henry's first wife may have died in child birth. John Cagle 00001-10001 Sometime during the next 10 years, Susan leaves this family as she does not show in the 1850 census and there is no other record of her whereabout. However, between 1840 and 1850 John and Eliza had four other children: Henry Overton, born in 1842; Charles Talley, born 5/12/1844; Catherine, born 4/9/1847; and Mary L., born 11/29/1849. No records exist that indicate that the Cagles had anything other than a normal life while raising the family. His two sons, Henry and Charley were Confederate soldiers during the late war. Then, in 1872-73 his wife and two daughters died in a smallpox epidemic. After the death of his wife and daughters in the winter of 1873, John Cagle married the second time to his first cousin, Deborah Tabitha Elizabeth Cagle Tidwell. Deborah, whose husband, William H. Tidwell, may have been killed during the Civil War, came to keep house for John. On December 7, 1874 John and Debby were married. To this union, two children were born: Tabitha Elizabeth in 1875 and John Lewis in 1877. (See information on George Cagle Family). John and Debby had been married for about 5 years when John died on January 9, 1879. John Cagle, born on the 1st day of January 1813 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina came to Hardin County Tennessee, with his parents ca 1828, where he lived the rest of his life until his death on the 9th day of January 1879 at the age of 66 years and 8 days. He is buried with family and neighbors at the Harmony Cemetery in the Cerro Gordo Community in Hardin County, Tennessee.

More About JOHN CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Census: 1850, Henderson County, Tennessee More About ELIZABETH CATHERINE POLK: Burial: January 08, 1873, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Cause of Death: Small Pox More About DEBORAH TABITHA ELIZABETH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Debbie" Burial: April 30, 1922, New Harmony Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee Children of JOHN CAGLE and ELIZABETH POLK are:

499. i. ii. HENRY OVERTON6 CAGLE, b. 1842; d. September 1898. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. April 09, 1847; d. January 29, 1873. More About CATHERINE CAGLE:

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Cause of Death: Small Pox iii. MARY L. CAGLE, b. November 29, 1849; d. February 03, 1873. More About MARY L. CAGLE: Cause of Death: Small Pox 500. iv. CHARLES TALLEY CAGLE, b. May 12, 1844; d. October 26, 1930.

Children are listed above under (279) Deborah Tabitha Elizabeth Cagle. 281. GEORGE H.5 CAGLE (HENRY4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1824 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1880 in Fannin County, Texas. He married (1) CATHERINE UNKNOWN Abt. 1846 in New Madrid County, Missouri. She was born 1831, and died Bef. 1849 in New Madrid County, Missouri. He married (2) MARGARET MALINDA MATTHEWS January 12, 1849 in New Madrid County, Missouri. She was born 1837 in New Madrid County, Missouri, and died WFT Est. 1866-1931. Notes for GEORGE H. CAGLE: George was born in North Carolina. Henry migrated to Hardin County, Tennessee about 1821. In 1838, Henry and the family moved to New Madrid County, Missouri, then in 1870, George moved on to Fannin County, Texas. More About GEORGE H. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Fannin County, Texas with Malinda and 3 children. Notes for CATHERINE UNKNOWN: Catherine apparently died shortly after the birth of Columbus Cagle, her only child.

More About MARGARET MALINDA MATTHEWS: Census: 1880, Fannin County, Texas Marriage Notes for GEORGE CAGLE and MARGARET MATTHEWS: Marriage performed by Jonas Davis, J.P., recorded April 7, 1949, New Madrid County, Missouri.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and CATHERINE UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. COLUMBUS6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1846; d. Unknown. LOUISA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1847; d. Unknown.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MARGARET MATTHEWS are:

501. iii. iv. HENRY6 CAGLE, b. 1862; d. Unknown. ISACC CAGLE, b. North Carolina; d. Unknown.

282. GEORGE5 CAGLE (DAVID4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1808 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1905 in Morgan County, Alabama. He married MILLIE HINSON Abt. 1832 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1814 in Alabama, and died WFT Est. 18581909. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Mount Oak Methodist Church, Ruth Community, Marshall County, Alabama Residence: 1850, Cherokee County, Alabama Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MILLIE HINSON are:

502. i. FRANK H.6 CAGLE, b. February 04, 1833, Montgomery County, North Carolina (now Stanley County); d.

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November 06, 1911, Arab, Alabama. HENRY H. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1834, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. SARAH EUDY; b. Abt. 1840; d. Unknown. GEORGE WILSON CAGLE, b. August 1835, Alabama; d. March 16, 1914, Dublin, Coahoma County, Mississippi. JOHN HAMPTON CAGLE, b. March 10, 1844, Montgomery County, Alabama; d. June 11, 1895, Lamar County, Texas. WILLIAM HODGE CAGLE, b. April 10, 1846, Aullman, Alabama; d. September 30, 1933, Mississippi?. TEMPEY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1847, Morgan County, Alabama; d. Unknown. BIRD CAGLE, b. Abt. 1848, Alabama; d. Unknown. LINZEY C. CAGLE, b. January 1851, Alabama; d. September 19, 1909, Coahoma County, Mississippi. JAMES CAGLE, b. Abt. 1854, Alabama; d. Unknown. MARY E. J. CAGLE, b. March 1855, Alabama; d. 1920, Mississippi.

283. DAVID5 CAGLE, JR. (DAVID4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1810 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1845. He married NANCY CAGLE Abt. 1829 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1815 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 18501910. Children of DAVID CAGLE and NANCY CAGLE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. PATSY6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1829, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1835, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ELIZA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1837, Georgia; d. Unknown. MARGARET CAGLE, b. Abt. 1839, Georgia; d. Unknown. LINDSEY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1841, Georgia; d. Unknown. REBECCA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1843, Georgia; d. Unknown. PINKNEY CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, Georgia; d. Unknown. SARAH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1845, Georgia; d. Unknown. DAVID CAGLE III, b. Abt. 1848, Georgia; d. Unknown.

284. MICHAEL5 CAGLE (DAVID4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1813 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1855 in Alabama. He married LUCINDA PRINCE Abt. 1839 in Montgomery County, North Carolina. She was born 1826 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1858-1920. Children of MICHAEL CAGLE and LUCINDA PRINCE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. ADAM6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1841; d. Unknown. EUNICE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1844, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM MCCLURE; d. Unknown. MARILDA ANN CAGLE, b. Abt. 1849, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. DAVID EUDY; d. Unknown. MAHALIA J. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1851, Alabama; d. Unknown. LUCY JANE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1853, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. JESSE MERRITT; d. Unknown. NOAH CAGLE, b. Abt. 1855, Alabama; d. Unknown.

285. LINDSAY5 CAGLE (DAVID4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1822 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1876-1914. He married L ECRETRO BASHAM January 18, 1849 in Morgan County, Alabama. She was born Abt. 1831 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1877-1926. Children of LINDSAY CAGLE and LECRETRO BASHAM are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. MALINDA JANE6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1850, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JOHN R. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1853, Alabama; d. Unknown. NANCY R. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1856, Alabama; d. Unknown. MARY R. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1858, Alabama; d. Unknown. SUSAN W. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown. MARTHA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1866, Alabama; d. Unknown. JAMES W. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1871, Alabama; d. Unknown. JANE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1875, Alabama; d. Unknown.

286. WILLIAM RILEY5 CAGLE (DAVID4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1831 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1900 in Alabama. He married PHEBA CATHERINE EUDY September 08, 1853 in Marshall County, Alabama. She was born September 1833 in North Carolina, and died

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508. i. ii. iii. iv. v. ELIZA6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1855, Alabama; d. Unknown. JOHN W. CAGLE, b. May 1855, Alabama; d. May 13, 1913, Dublin, Coahoma County, Mississippi. MARY L. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1856, Alabama; d. Unknown. SUSAN C. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown. REBECCA A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown.

287. MARY MARGARET5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1818 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1870 - 1880 in Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas. She married WILLIAM HENRY STOKES 1838 in Winston County, Alabama. He was born September 08, 1813 in Georgia, and died February 18, 1884 in Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas. Notes for MARY MARGARET CAGLE: Family lore of the Stokes' is that Mary Margaret was a Cagle but have been unable to determine her parentage. The Winston County, Alabama census of 1850 listed children from ages 1 to 10 years, all born in Warren County, Tennessee. It is therefore, expected that Mary Margaret's family would have come from that area. The person most apt to fit these requirements is Charles Cagle born 1799. The practice of the English of naming the first male child after the father's family and the second, after the mother's, if true in this case, would be Charles as well.

More About MARY MARGARET CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama with husband and 6 children More About WILLIAM HENRY STOKES: Burial: February 20, 1884, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas Census 1: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Clay County, Arkansas Children of MARY CAGLE and WILLIAM STOKES are:

i. ii. LLOYD HENRY6 STOKES, b. September 16, 1838, Winston County, Alabama; d. 1895, Massac County, Illinois. CHARLES STOKES, b. October 31, 1840, Winston County, Alabama; d. February 28, 1905, Clay County, Arkansas. More About CHARLES STOKES: Burial: March 02, 1905, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas iii. ELIZABETH O. STOKES, b. January 18, 1842, Winston County, Alabama; d. December 09, 1911, Marion County, Alabama; m. HILKIAH K. SELF, 1865, Alabama; b. April 11, 1843, Alabama; d. January 17, 1916, Guin, Marion County, Alabama. ELLA PARLEE STOKES, b. December 18, 1844, Winston County, Alabama; d. September 09, 1907, Clay County, Arkansas. More About ELLA PARLEE STOKES: Burial: September 11, 1907, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas v. JOHN W. STOKES, b. 1846, Winston County, Alabama; d. April 29, 1864, Nashville, Tennessee in the Civil War. Notes for JOHN W. STOKES: John was a Union soldier. He enlisted at Camp Davies, Mississippi on December 22, 1863 and served as Pvt. Company A. Mustered in Memphis, Tennessee on February 5, 1864 and served until his death on April 29, 1864 of measles, vi. RILEY HOUSTON STOKES, b. October 06, 1849, Winston County, Alabama; d. October 26, 1924, Marion

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County, Alabama. More About RILEY HOUSTON STOKES: Burial: October 28, 1924, Gold Mine Church of Christ Cemetery, Marion County, Alabama vii. viii. ALFRED W. STOKES, b. December 1852, Winston County, Alabama; d. Bet. 1897 - 1907, Clay County, Arkansas; m. NANCY MELVINA PAYNE; d. Unknown. SILAS ALFRED STOKES, b. March 02, 1854, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 18, 1921, Clay County, Arkansas; m. MARTHA JANE CAGLE, 1874, Winston County, Alabama; b. July 04, 1854, Deer Head Cove, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. October 25, 1933, Greenway, Clay County, Arkansas. More About SILAS ALFRED STOKES: Burial: May 20, 1921, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas More About MARTHA JANE CAGLE: Alternate Birth: 1856, Tippah County, Mississippi Alternate Born: July 04, 1854, Arkansas Alternate Census: 1860, Tippah County, Mississippi with parents at age 14 years. Burial: October 27, 1933, Mitchell Cemetery, Clay County, Arkansas Census: 1860, Monroe County, Arkansas ix. GEORGE N. STOKES, b. November 04, 1857, Winston County, Alabama; d. December 04, 1904, Hamilton, Marion County, Alabama. More About GEORGE N. STOKES: Burial: December 06, 1904, Hamilton City Cemetery, Marion County, Alabama

288. JOHN T. ZOLLICOFFER5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 06, 1818 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died March 26, 1886 in Rabbittown, Winston County, Alabama. He married MARY JANE MITCHELL Abt. 1840, daughter of J AMES MITCHELL. She was born May 17, 1824 in Virginia, and died December 30, 1912 in Rabbittown, Winston County, Alabama. Notes for JOHN T. ZOLLICOFFER CAGLE: Source of information on this family was Lee Cagle, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. John and two of his brothers, Lloyd H. and James Riley, were all born in North Carolina between 1821 and 1824. He moved with his father from North Carolina to Warren County, Tennessee in the mid 1820's where the family was enumerated in 1830 census. John's father remained in Warren County for a few years and then joined a group of Cagle's who had settled in Old Walker County, Alabama during the 1830's. John T. is believed to be one of the two sons in the age group 15-20 enumerated in his father's household in the 1840 census of Walker County, Alabama. John T. and two of his brothers, Lloyd H. and Jeremiah were all living in DeKalb County, Alabama and moved to Winston County, during the 1850's where he appears in the census of 1870 and 1880. His widow, Mary J. was born in Virginia. She continued to appear in the Winston County census in 1900 and 1910. John was listed on the 1880 US Federal Census of Winston County, Alabama with his family and his father-in-law, James Mitchell.

More About JOHN T. ZOLLICOFFER CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Goffer" Burial: March 27, 1886, New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Needmore, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1820, Warren County, Tennessee with parents. Census 2: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee with parents. Census 3: 1840, Walker County, Alabama with parents. Census 4: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama with Mary and 4 children. Census 5: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with wife and 7 children. Census 6: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with wife and 7 children. Census 7: 1880, Winston County, Alabama with Mary and 3 children. Occupation: Farmer Notes for MARY JANE MITCHELL:

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Mary was listed on the 1910 US Federal Census of Winston County, Alabama at age 86 of Virginia, age 86 in the household of Godsey Hickel, Jr. her son-in-law. More About MARY JANE MITCHELL: Burial: December 31, 1912, New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Needmore, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1900, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1910, Winston County, Alabama Occupation: Housekeeper Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARY MITCHELL are:

i. ELIZABETH JULIETTE ANN6 CAGLE, b. February 12, 1843, Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 28, 1921, Winston County, Alabama; m. RICHARD DAVIDSON BERRY, November 22, 1858, Winston County, Alabama; b. August 03, 1833, Red Hill, Winston County, Alabama; d. November 28, 1915, Winston County, Alabama. More About ELIZABETH JULIETTE ANN CAGLE: Burial: May 29, 1921, Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Rabbit Town, Winston County, Alabama Census: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama with parents at age 8 years. More About RICHARD DAVIDSON BERRY: Burial: November 29, 1915, Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Rabbit Town, Winston County, Alabama 509. 510. ii. iii. iv. JAMES RILIEGH CAGLE, b. June 17, 1845, Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama; d. 1901, Blue Cain Township, Clay County, Arkansas. WILLIAM JACKSON CAGLE, b. October 11, 1847, Winston County, Alabama; d. January 07, 1927, Brace, Lawrence County, Tennessee. CHARLES MONROE CAGLE, b. January 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama; d. 1914, Lawrence County, Alabama; m. SARAH DIANIAH, Bef. 1870, Winston County, Alabama; b. August 27, 1840, South Carolina; d. February 08, 1926, Winston County, Alabama. More About CHARLES MONROE CAGLE: Burial: 1914 Census 1: June 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama with parents at age 5 months. Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 9 years. Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with wife Sarah. Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama with wife Sarah. Census 5: 1910, Winston County, Alabama with wife Sarah. More About SARAH DIANIAH: Burial: February 08, 1926, Old Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama v. FRANCES CAGLE, b. 1853, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About FRANCES CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 7 years. Census 2: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 17 years. vi. SARAH JANE CAGLE, b. July 27, 1855, Winston County, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. (1) L ARRY GODSEY; d. Unknown; m. (2) LLOYD MATT CARTER; b. November 16, 1855, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About SARAH JANE CAGLE: Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 15 years. vii. JOHNEY CAGLE, b. March 06, 1858, Winston County, Alabama; d. October 10, 1858, Winston County, Alabama. More About JOHNEY CAGLE: Burial: October 11, 1858, New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Needmore, Winston County, Alabama viii. LOUISA CAGLE, b. 1860, Winston County, Alabama; d. 1918, Winston County, Alabama; m. R ICHARD MCHERSHALL GODSEY; b. 1859, Winston County, Alabama; d. 1926, Winston County, Alabama. More About LOUISA CAGLE:

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Burial: 1918, Friendship Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 10 years. More About RICHARD MCHERSHALL GODSEY: Burial: 1926, Friendship Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama ix. GEORGE ALEXANDER CAGLE, b. October 20, 1862, Winston County, Alabama; d. June 14, 1933, Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama; m. (1) MARGARET LILLIAN FROST, December 06, 1882, Lawrence County, Alabama; b. June 25, 1860; d. August 05, 1893, Franklin County, Alabama; m. (2) C ORDELIA HARRIET MIZE, February 11, 1894, Marion County, Alabama; b. September 27, 1871, Arkansas; d. January 01, 1940, Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama. Notes for GEORGE ALEXANDER CAGLE: George W. Cagle appears in the 1888 Itawamba County Tax Roll, being listed in the Greenwood Election Precinct, Supervisors District Number 3. He appears on the roll again in 1890 in the Bigbee Election Precinct, Supervisors District Number 3. More About GEORGE ALEXANDER CAGLE: Burial: June 15, 1933, Old Bethel Cemetery, Dime Community, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1880, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 18 years. Census 3: 1900, Marion County, Alabama with Cordelia and 7 children. Census 4: 1910, Winston County, Alabama with Cordelia and 8 children. More About MARGARET LILLIAN FROST: Burial: August 06, 1893, Old Union Cemetery, Franklin County, Alabama Cause of Death: Child birth Notes for CORDELIA HARRIET MIZE: Information regarding children and their dates and place of birth was taken from the Autograph Album which belonged to Cordelia Harriet Mize and was maintained in her handwriting. Children were also verified from Otto Cagle's family bible.

More About CORDELIA HARRIET MIZE: Burial: January 03, 1940, Old Bethel Cemetery, Dime Community, Winston County, Alabama Census: 1910, Winston County, Alabama with husband George. 511. x. xi. LLOYD H. CAGLE, b. February 19, 1865, Winston County, Alabama; d. January 30, 1950, Tremont, Itawamba County, Mississippi. RICHARD HOUSTON CAGLE, b. March 17, 1867, Winston County, Alabama; d. August 23, 1939, Winston County, Alabama; m. (1) SARAH ICEDO TAYLOR, Abt. 1900, Winston County, Alabama; b. March 22, 1884, Winston County, Alabama; d. December 13, 1913, Winston County, Alabama; m. (2) EMMA S. TAYLOR, Aft. 1913, Winston County, Alabama; b. December 22, 1886, Winston County, Alabama; d. December 08, 1962, Winston County, Alabama. Notes for RICHARD HOUSTON CAGLE: Richard married sisters, Sarah and Emma Taylor.

More About RICHARD HOUSTON CAGLE: Burial: August 25, 1939, Frost Chapel Cemetery near Double Springs, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1870, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 3 years. Census 2: 1880, Winston County, Alabama with parents at age 13 years. Census 3: 1900, Winston County, Alabama with Sarah and 4 children. Census 4: 1910, Winston County, Alabama with Sarah and 4 children. More About SARAH ICEDO TAYLOR: Burial: December 14, 1913, Frost Chapel Cemetery near Double Springs, Winston County, Alabama More About EMMA S. TAYLOR: Burial: December 10, 1962, Frost Chapel Cemetery near Double Springs, Winston County, Alabama

289. LLOYD HIRAM5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born

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1823 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died November 26, 1894 in Winston County, Alabama. He married (1) CATHERINE UNKNOWN Abt. 1841. She was born 1820 in Tennessee, and died Bef. 1870 in Winston County, Alabama. He married (2) CLARISSA UNKNOWN Bef. 1870 in Winston County, Alabama. She was born 1835 in Winston County, Alabama, and died WFT Est. 1867-1929 in Winston County, Alabama. More About LLOYD HIRAM CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Occupation: Blacksmith-Farmer More About CATHERINE UNKNOWN: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama More About CLARISSA UNKNOWN: Burial: Unknown, Henryfield Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Children of LLOYD CAGLE and CATHERINE UNKNOWN are:

i. MARTHA6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1842, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARTHA CAGLE: Census: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama ii. LURILDA E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1845, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About LURILDA E. CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama iii. CATHERINE ESTER CAGLE, b. Abt. 1849, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About CATHERINE ESTER CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama iv. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1856, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama 512. 513. v. vi. vii. LLOYD HIRAM CAGLE, JR., b. January 1856, Alabama; d. Unknown. VALENTINE CAGLE, b. June 29, 1859, Winston County, Alabama; d. February 24, 1925. GEORGE W. CAGLE, b. 1861, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama viii. ANDREW CAGLE, b. 1863, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About ANDREW CAGLE: Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama ix. MARY T. CAGLE, b. 1866, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARY T. CAGLE: Census: 1870, Winston County, Alabama

290. JAMES RILEY5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born

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December 1824 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, and died 1904 in Winston County, Alabama. He married (1) MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE Abt. 1848 in Winston County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH LOVETT. She was born December 18, 1824 in Georgia, and died September 09, 1863 in Haileyville, Marion County, Alabama at 38 years of age.. He married (2) EMALINE CAGLE Aft. 1863 in Alabama, daughter of JOHN CAGLE and SARAH LOVETT. She was born September 15, 1830 in Marion County, Tennessee, and died 1912 in Winston County, Alabama. Notes for JAMES RILEY CAGLE: During the Civil War, James served as a blacksmith in the Union Army; after the war, he was a longtime operator of a gristmill in SW Winston County. His second wife was Emaline Cagle, 1830-1912, the younger sister of Malinda; both were his cousins, and daughters of John Cagle, 1798-1863 of Winston County. The US Federal Census of 1900 for Winston County, Alabama lists Eliza Cagle age 23, Alabama born September 1876. She is thought to be the daughter of Emaline's brother, Ephraim. James' tombstone reads "J. R. Cagle, Company A, 1st Calvary, USA." He is buried at Old Sardis Cemetery.

More About JAMES RILEY CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Riley" Burial: 1904, Old Sardis Cemetery, Winston County, Alabama Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Marion County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Winston County, Alabama with Emaline and Eliza. Military service: Civil War, Blacksmith in the Union Army Notes for MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE: The US Federal Census of Winston County, Alabama lists Malinda with her husband James Riley Cagle. Malinda is 24 years of age with one child, Sherard age 1, born Alabama.

More About MALINDA MARINDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama More About EMALINE CAGLE: Census 1: 1850, Winston County, Alabama Census 2: 1860, Winston County, Alabama Census 3: 1870, Winston County, Alabama Census 4: 1880, Winston County, Alabama Census 5: 1910, Winston County, Alabama Children are listed above under (270) Malinda Marinda Cagle. Child is listed above under (272) Emaline Cagle. 291. JEREMIAH5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1829 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died Bet. 1861 - 1865 in The Civil War. He married SARAH PUCKETT April 08, 1851 in DeKalb County, Alabama. She was born 1833 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 18621927. Notes for JEREMIAH CAGLE: Jeremiah was listed on the 1850 US Federal Census of DeKalb County, Alabama as a farmer in the household of Jacob Bean, of North Carolina which would cause one to question his relationship, if any, with the Bean family, or was he hired help. Jeremiah would have been 21 years of age at this time. His mother had died by this time and his father was remarried to Leanah Cagle who was a cousin. By 1860, Jeremiah had married in DeKalb County and was the father of four children. Jeremiah served in the military in the Civil War, CSA Army, 1860. "Jeremiah remained in DeKalb County, Alabama where he was listed in the 1860 census, and from where he enlisted in the CSA and met his death." Ref: John G. Cagle Journal of Historical Inquiry, May 1993, page 5.

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More About JEREMIAH CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Jerry" Census 1: 1830, Warren County, Tennessee with parents Census 2: 1840, Walker County, Alabama with parents Census 3: 1850, DeKalb County, Alabama Census 4: 1860, Annawaika, DeKalb County, Alabama Marriage Notes for J EREMIAH CAGLE and SARAH PUCKETT: The State of Alabama DeKalb County--Know all by these presents that we Jeremiah Cagle and Archibald Stoner are held and firmly bound unto Henry W. Collier Governor of the State of Alabama and his successors in Office in the sum of two hundred dollars for which payment will and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs and agree firmly and severally by these presents sealed with our seal and signed this the 8th day of April 1851. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be celebrated between the above bounder Jeremiah Cagle and Sarah Puckett of said county now if there is no lawful course to obstruct the (page torn) marriage then this obligation to be valid otherwise to remain in full force and effect (page torn) and date above written. Jerry Miacher Archibald Stoner

Children of JEREMIAH CAGLE and SARAH PUCKETT are:

i. ii. iii. iv. ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1852; d. Unknown. MARY A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1855; d. Unknown. MALINDA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1856; d. Unknown. KANSAIDA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859; d. Unknown.

292. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 23, 1835 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died February 16, 1922 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 86.. He married LUCINDA RUSSELL February 17, 1854 in Massac, Metropolis County, Illinois, daughter of ABNER RUSSELL and MARGARET CAGLE. She was born February 09, 1835 in Warren County, Tennessee, and died December 28, 1907 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 72.. Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: George was listed in the following US Federal Census: 1850, Winston County, Alabama; 1860 Nothing; 1870 Pope County, Illinois; 1880, Reno County, Kansas; 1900, Reno County, Kansas and 1910 Boise, Idaho. George and Lucy were first cousins as were Lucy's parents. A current contact for this family is Mrs Margaret M. E. Cagle, 1729 E Albion Drive, Sandy, Utah 84092. The following article appeared in a local paper in Reno County, Kansas: "For fifty years Mr. and Mrs. Cagle have worked in double harness and now celebrate. There was a golden wedding celebration and reunion at the home of G. W. Cagle, one of the old settlers of Loda Township, in his home at Sego, nine miles south of Arlington, on February 17, 1904. Mr. and Mrs. Cagle were among the first settlers of that vicinity. He was presented with a gold headed cane. The aged couple also received many other handsome presents. Elder Henry Cole of Arlington was present and had charge of the ceremonies. George Washington Cagle was born in Warren County, Tennessee February 23, 1835. When about two or three years of age, his father, Charles Cagle, emigrated to the state of Alabama with his family, consisting of several children. George W. was among the number and when he was seventeen years old they emigrated from Alabama to Illinois. Lucy Russell and parents emigrated from Tennessee to Illinois, locating not far from the place where G. W. Cagle was living. The couple were married in Massac County, Illinois on February 17, 1854. They emigrated and settled in Reno County, Kansas in the year 1878. This February 17th being their golden wedding or fiftieth marriage anniversary. The family now consists of ten children, two sons and eight daughters. There are thirtynine grandchildren and ten great grandchildren."

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George, after being married in Illinois in 1854, returned to Alabama in time to be enumerated in the 1860 Winston County, Alabama census. He returned to Illinois in the 1860's, then lived in Missouri in the 1870's, before migrating to Kansas in 1878.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE: Burial: February 16, 1922, Boise Cemetery, Boise, Ada County, Idaho Census 1: 1850, Hancock County, Alabama Census 2: 1870, Pope County, Illinois Census 3: 1900, Reno County, Kansas Notes for LUCINDA RUSSELL: George Washington Cagle and Lucy Russell were 1st. cousins . Lucy's parents were 1st. cousins. Lucy's parents were Margaret Cagle born 1806 Moore County, North Carolina and her husband Abner Russell . Margaret Cagle's parents were Charles and Susannah Cagle who were also 1st cousins. More About LUCINDA RUSSELL: Aka (Facts Pg): "Lucy" Burial: December 30, 1907, Boise Cemetery, Boise, Ada County, Idaho Marriage Notes for GEORGE CAGLE and LUCINDA RUSSELL: Lucy and George were cousins.

Children of GEORGE CAGLE and LUCINDA RUSSELL are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. MARTHA ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. January 09, 1855, Metropolis, Illinois; d. July 27, 1924, Mendian, Idaho at the age of 69 years.. MARY MATILDA CAGLE, b. January 09, 1855, Metropolis, Illinois; d. January 14, 1932, Arlington, Kansas at the age of 77 years.. JOHN RILEY CAGLE, b. March 03, 1858, Winston County, Alabama; d. May 27, 1861, Winston County, Alabama at the age of 3 years.. MARGARET LURILDA CAGLE, b. February 04, 1860, Winston, Davies County, Missouri; d. December 15, 1922, Charleston, Missouri at the age of 62 years.. ELIZA CATHERINE CAGLE, b. March 05, 1862, Mossac, Metropolis County, Illinois; d. 1956. LUCY ARMINDA CAGLE, b. July 25, 1864, Temple Hill, Pope County, Illinois; d. November 15, 1939, Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 75 years.. GEORGE WASHINGTON CAGLE, JR., b. January 28, 1867, Massac, Metropolis County, Illinois; d. June 06, 1947, Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 80 years.. RHODA ADELINE CAGLE, b. April 05, 1869, Massac, Metropolis County, Illinois; d. February 05, 1960, Glen Furry, Elmore County, Idaho at the age of 90 years.. CHARLIE MONROE CAGLE, b. October 31, 1871, New Madrid, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. December 28, 1946, Boise, Ada County, Idaho at the age of 75 years.. SUSAN ANN CAGLE, b. October 31, 1871, New Madrid, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. September 06, 1907. EMILY JANE CAGLE, b. May 06, 1874, New Madrid, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. Unknown. IDA EMELINE CAGLE, b. August 08, 1875, New Madrid, New Madrid County, Missouri; d. May 05, 1906, Kingman, Kansas at the age of 30 years..

293. LAVINA5 CAGLE (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born June 1852 in Illinois, and died 1936 in Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM CARROLL CAGLE Abt. 1871 in Marion County, Alabama, son of JOHN CAGLE and LAVINA STOKES. He was born March 13, 1851 in Illinois, and died March 12, 1923 in Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. More About LAVINA CAGLE: Census 1: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with parents at age 8 years. Census 2: 1880, Marion County, Alabama with husband William C. Cagle Census 3: 1910, Wise County, Texas Notes for WILLIAM CARROLL CAGLE:

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William was included in the US Federal Census of Marion County, Alabama in 1880, Lawrence County, Alabama in 1900, Wise County, Texas in 1910. William moved to Texas prior to 1910 for health reasons and settled near Rhome, Wise County, in the Fort Worth area. Accompanying him were some of his married sons, Martin Luther and Thomas. Also, moving to Texas at the same time was Williams twin brother Andrew Jackson Cagle. While in Texas, these families farmed and hauled wheat to the thresher for large farmers; however, dry weather and sand storms hampered their efforts, and they decided to return to Alabama. Upon returning, they settled near Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama and founded large families which are still centered in NW Alabama.

More About WILLIAM CARROLL CAGLE: Burial: March 13, 1923, Smith Cemetery, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1860, Jackson County, Alabama Census 2: 1880, Marion County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 4: 1910, Wise County, Texas Children of LAVINA CAGLE and WILLIAM CAGLE are:

i. GEORGE W.6 CAGLE, b. 1872, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Marion County, Alabama ii. GENETTA CAGLE, b. 1875, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About GENETTA CAGLE: Census: 1880, Marion County, Alabama iii. WILLIAM CHARLES CAGLE, b. October 1877, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About WILLIAM CHARLES CAGLE: Census: 1880, Marion County, Alabama iv. LLOYD H. CAGLE, b. February 1880, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About LLOYD H. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Marion County, Alabama v. JOHN M. CAGLE, b. October 1883, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About JOHN M. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama vi. TALITHA A. CAGLE, b. June 1886, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About TALITHA A. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama vii. MARTIN LUTHER CAGLE, b. September 1889, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About MARTIN LUTHER CAGLE: Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama viii. THOMAS M. CAGLE, b. April 1892, Alabama; d. Unknown. More About THOMAS M. CAGLE: Census 1: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 2: 1910, Wise County, Texas

294. CHARLES5 CAGLE, JR. (CHARLES B.4, HENRY3, DAVID JOHAN THEOBALD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 1856 in Illinois, and died August 1914 in Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama. He married

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ANNIE ELIZABETH STAGGS 1882 in Marion County, Alabama. She was born November 1861 in Marion County, Alabama, and died 1945 in Florence, Lauderdale County, Alabama. More About CHARLES CAGLE, JR.: Burial: August 1914, Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census 1: 1860, Marion County, Alabama with parents at age 5 years. Census 2: 1880, Marion County, Alabama Census 3: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama with Annie and 7 children Census 4: 1910, Lawrence County, Alabama with Annie and 5 children More About ANNIE ELIZABETH STAGGS: Burial: 1945, Smith Cemetery, Mount Hope, Lawrence County, Alabama Census: 1900, Lawrence County, Alabama Children of CHARLES CAGLE and ANNIE STAGGS are:

i. ii. MATILDA E.6 CAGLE, b. December 1881, Alabama; d. Unknown. ANDREW WASHINGTON CAGLE, b. May 24, 1886, Marion County, Alabama; d. May 17, 1971, Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama. More About ANDREW WASHINGTON CAGLE: Residence: May 1971, Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama Social Security Card: Issued in Alabama (before 1951) Social Security Number: 420-18-8361 iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. MARTHA L. CAGLE, b. February 1889; d. Unknown. DAVID M. CAGLE, b. March 1892; d. Unknown. MARION C. CAGLE, b. December 1893; d. Unknown. COLEMAN CAGLE, b. 1895; d. Unknown; m. E MMA UNKNOWN; d. Unknown. CHARLIE HUTSON CAGLE, b. March 07, 1897, Marion County, Alabama; d. November 1989, Alabama; m. ANNALEE RADFORD, July 13, 1914, Alabama; d. Unknown. MISSOURI A. CAGLE, b. January 1900; d. Unknown; m. J OHN RUSSELL SHERRILL; d. Unknown. CLARICE CAGLE, b. 1903; d. Unknown; m. LEE WORLEY; d. Unknown. MELONY CAGLE, b. Private.

295. WILLIAM C.5 CAGLE III (WILLIAM C.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1802 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died October 1863 in Civil War, Meridian, Mississippi. He married MARY POLLY WILLIAMS December 29, 1831 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born 1810 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Blount County, Tennessee. Notes for WILLIAM C. CAGLE III: Died of complications from wounds incurred in the autumn of 1863. He enlisted September 20, 1862 for three years or duration as a Private in Company A, 62nd Tennessee Mounted Infantry, in the place of another man, R. C. Bates, which apparently was allowed. His widow was paid a pension by 1866. Source, John G. Cagle, Historian Cagles of the South.

More About WILLIAM C. CAGLE III: Census 1: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mary and 5 children. Census 2: 1860, Bradley County, Tennessee Notes for MARY POLLY WILLIAMS: At the time of Mary's death, her daughter, Elvira Moore and grandchildren were living with her in Blount County, Tennessee.

Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and MARY WILLIAMS are:

514. 515. i. ii. ANDREW JASPER6 CAGLE, b. September 1833, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1910, Texas; Stepchild. HENRY MARION CAGLE, b. August 16, 1835, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. May 23, 1874, Monroe County,

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Tennessee; Stepchild. ELVIRA CAGLE, b. 1841, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1910, Knox County, Tennessee; Stepchild. RUFUS CAGLE, b. 1842, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. May 07, 1865, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee; Stepchild. Notes for RUFUS CAGLE: Ruphus enlisted for three years in Knoxville, Tennessee on December 8, 1863 as a Private in Company G, 10th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA at age 21. Died May 7, 1865 in a Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee of Valvular heart disease (Small Pox). Rufus lived in Charleston, Bradley County, Tennessee at the time of his enlistment into the CSA.

More About RUFUS CAGLE: Cause of Death: Small Pox Census 1: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with his parents Census 2: 1860, Bradley County, Tennessee with his parents v. SARAH CAGLE, b. 1844, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; Stepchild. More About SARAH CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with her parents vi. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1849, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; Stepchild. More About JOHN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with his parents

296. ALLEN5 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1814 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1850-1905. He married SARAH UNKNOWN 1844. She was born 1825 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1850-1919. Notes for ALLEN CAGLE: The 1850 US Federal Census of Sevier County, Tennessee listed Allen at age 36 with his wife Sara and their two children, Richard, age 5 and Jane, age 4. Living in the same household was Allen's mother, Sarah age 60, and her two daughters and Allen's sisters, Rebeccah age 16 and Melinda age 15.

More About ALLEN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Sarah and 4 children. More About SARAH UNKNOWN: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with husband and 2 children. Children of ALLEN CAGLE and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. RICHARD6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1845, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JANE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1846, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

297. ISHAM A.5 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1821 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Abt. 1860 in Blount County, Tennessee. He married MARY UNKNOWN Abt. 1838 in Sevier County, Tennessee. She was born 1814 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Aft. 1870 in Tennessee. Notes for ISHAM A. CAGLE: Isam A. (Allen?) Isham Cagle married Mary and moved to Monroe County, Tennessee before 1860. He died before 1870 in either, Monroe or Blount County, Tennessee. Widow Mary and his five children are listed in the 1870 US Federal Census of Monroe County living near her son, Allen. Isom Cagle, Private Company G, 12th Tennessee Cavalry, March 25, 1864. Residence Monroe County, Tennessee. Deserted at Nashville on December 30, 1864. July and August in confinement in Nashville. Age 44 when dishonorably discharged on June 10, 1865. Court Martialed. Born Sevier County, Tennessee. Dark hair and dark complexion 6' tall. Made his name with X

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More About ISHAM A. CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Ellajoy Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mary and Susan. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mary and 5 children. Census 3: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee Census 4: 1870, Blount County, Tennessee, wife listed as widow. More About MARY UNKNOWN: Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with husband and 1 child. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with husband and 5 children. Census 3: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee with husband and 3 children. Census 4: 1870, Blount County, Tennessee, listed as widow. Children of ISHAM CAGLE and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. SUSAN6 CAGLE, b. 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JAMES H. CAGLE, b. 1842, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. CEILA CAGLE, February 21, 1862, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. 1845, Blount County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ALLEN CAGLE, b. 1847; d. Unknown. MARION CAGLE, b. 1849, Tennessee; d. Unknown. THOMAS CAGLE, b. 1854, Tennessee; d. Unknown. PLEASANT CAGLE, b. 1855, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

298. MELINDA5 CAGLE (WILLIAM C.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 31, 1836 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died February 25, 1903 in Sevier County, Tennessee. She married (1) STEPHEN WELLS Abt. 1854 in Sevier County, Tennessee, son of GEORGE WELLS. He was born Abt. 1834 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Bet. 1861 - 1865 in Killed during the Civil War. She married (2) H ENRY M. BAKER May 25, 1867 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He was born WFT Est. 1816-1845, and died WFT Est. 18701930. Notes for MELINDA CAGLE: Melinda's first husband Stephen Wells, was killed in the Civil War. Henry Baker had been married previously and his wife, Amanda died in 1860's. Source: Cagle Census Records of the South, 1860 to 1910, page 422, supplied by Mrs. Aileen Irvin Tarver, 5501 Parkwood Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612.

More About MELINDA CAGLE: Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with Mother at age 14 years. Notes for STEPHEN WELLS: Stephen was killed in the Civil War.

Children of MELINDA CAGLE and STEPHEN WELLS are:

i. ii. ADALINE6 WELLS, b. Abt. 1855, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. BENJAMIN WELLS, b. Abt. 1857, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

Children of MELINDA CAGLE and HENRY BAKER are:

iii. iv. v. vi. SARAH6 BAKER, b. Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. CLABOURN BAKER, b. Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ELIZABETH BAKER, b. Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ALFRED BAKER, b. Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

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299. JACOB5 CAGLE (HENRY4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) died Unknown. Child of JACOB CAGLE is:

517. i. ENOCH6 CAGLE, b. 1812; d. Unknown.

300. ESTHER5 ROGERS (MARY CELIA4 CAGLE, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born in Blount County, Tennessee, and died December 30, 1889. She married J OHN H. ROGERS Abt. 1846 in Blount County, Tennessee. He died Unknown. Child of ESTHER ROGERS and JOHN ROGERS is:

i. WILLIAM H.6 ROGERS, b. Abt. 1865; d. Unknown.

301. ELIZABETH5 ROGERS (MARY CELIA4 CAGLE, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 28, 1821 in Blount County, Tennessee, and died April 24, 1894 in Tennessee. She married E LI GARNER January 12, 1837 in Blount County, Tennessee, son of ADAM GARNER and DELITHA ROGERS. He was born January 11, 1814 in North Carolina, and died May 04, 1900 in Tennessee. Children of ELIZABETH ROGERS and ELI GARNER are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. SAMPSON6 GARNER, b. October 22, 1837; d. September 20, 1864. AMOS GARNER, b. June 03, 1840; d. May 17, 1912. MATTHEW GARNER, b. October 30, 1841; d. June 14, 1924. NANCY GARNER, b. May 06, 1843; d. May 1930. ELIZABETH GARNER, b. January 22, 1845; d. March 03, 1919. JANE GARNER, b. January 01, 1847; d. March 19, 1939. ELI GARNER, JR., b. August 24, 1848; d. November 15, 1907. FRANCIS GARNER, b. August 07, 1850; d. June 12, 1927, Blount County, Tennessee; m. (1) S ARAH C. DELOZIER; b. 1862; d. April 25, 1877, Tennessee; m. (2) S ARAH CAROLINE DAVIS, July 13, 1879, Tennessee; b. January 16, 1862; d. April 10, 1929. RANSOM GARNER, b. June 19, 1852, Tennessee; d. May 19, 1919, Blount County, Tennessee. MANSEL GARNER, b. September 30, 1854; d. 1882. ALEXANDER GARNER, b. August 11, 1856; d. Unknown. LEVI GARNER, b. April 23, 1858; d. November 12, 1927. EVALINE GARNER, b. November 16, 1859; d. February 13, 1929. HUGH GARNER, b. January 13, 1861; d. September 21, 1930. NELSON GARNER, b. June 07, 1862; d. December 23, 1925. EMILY GARNER, b. June 22, 1865; d. Unknown.

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302. ASA5 ROGERS (MARY CELIA4 CAGLE, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born Abt. 1823 in Blount County, Tennessee, and died Unknown. He married ELIZA R. MCFEE March 17, 1844 in Blount County, Tennessee. She died Unknown. Child of ASA ROGERS and ELIZA MCFEE is:

i. JESSE6 ROGERS, b. Abt. 1845; d. Unknown.

303. MARTIN C.5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born March 15, 1828 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died September 18, 1893 in Monroe County, Tennessee. He married MARTHA ANN DEVINE April 19, 1849 in Monroe County, Tennessee. She was born January 13, 1835 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died September 13, 1915 in Monroe County, Tennessee. Notes for MARTIN C. CAGLE: 1850 US Federal Census of Monroe County lists Martin with wife Martha Ann, along with daughter Elizabeth who was 2 months old at the time of the census. (See District #13, line 1163.)

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More About MARTIN C. CAGLE: Alternate Birth: March 15, 1828, Monroe County, Tennessee Burial: September 20, 1893, Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison, Monroe County, Tennessee More About MARTHA ANN DEVINE: Burial: September 15, 1915, Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison, Monroe County, Tennessee Children of MARTIN CAGLE and MARTHA DEVINE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. ELIZABETH6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1850; d. Unknown. ARGIN CAGLE, b. February 04, 1855, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. December 21, 1926, Monroe County, Tennessee; m. JOE HITSON; d. Unknown. LOU CAGLE, b. Abt. 1859, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JOHN W. CAGLE, b. December 1862; d. Unknown. WILLIAM MARTIN CAGLE, b. August 1864, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARTIN C. CAGLE, JR., b. January 1867; d. Unknown. ALONZA C. CAGLE, b. March 1869; d. Unknown. JAMES CAGLE, b. Abt. 1870, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. RORINA CAGLE, b. 1873; d. Unknown; m. H ENRY SIMPSON, March 02, 1896, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ROBERT L. CAGLE, b. 1874; d. Unknown.

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304. JOHN N.5 CAGLE, JR. (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1834 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1865-1925. He married MARTHA M. BRANAM July 07, 1859 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born 1837 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1864-1932. More About JOHN N. CAGLE, JR.: Alternate Birth: 1838, Monroe County, Tennessee Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 16 years. Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARTHA BRANAM are:

i. ii. iii. GEORGE6 CAGLE, b. 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JANE A. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1863, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ELIAS A. CAGLE, b. 1868, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

305. LOTT ROGERS5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1835 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died Bef. 1923 in Tyler, Smith County, Texas. He married CELIA ANN SAFFEL December 17, 1865 in Monroe County, Tennessee. She was born December 1847 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1902-1942. Notes for LOTT ROGERS CAGLE: Lot was accused of Bastardy in Monroe County court by Martha Watson Page 70-226. He served in the military, Company B, 4th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry, in the Civil War, CSA Army. He was listed as a resident in the census report in Monroe County, Tennessee, 1850. Lot died before 1923 in Tyler, Smith County, Texas. His body was interred in the New Haven cemetery in Dimple, Red River County, Texas. The immediate family report that Lot was a trader. He would trade for anything of value.

More About LOTT ROGERS CAGLE: Burial: Bef. 1923, New Haven Cemetery, Dimple, Red River County, Texas Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 9 years. Military service: Company B, 4th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry, in the Civil War, CSA Army Notes for CELIA ANN SAFFEL: He was listed in the Civil War Pension Index in Tennessee with ??Ann Cagle listed as his widow. More About CELIA ANN SAFFEL: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee

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Children of LOTT CAGLE and CELIA SAFFEL are:

i. 519. ii. iii. MARY S.6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1865, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. F . J. SWEARINGEN, November 11, 1886, Cherokee County, Texas; d. Unknown. JAMES MONROE CAGLE, b. November 19, 1866, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. August 25, 1936, Quinton, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. MINERVA CAGLE, b. November 1869, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About MINERVA CAGLE: Census: 1870, Monroe County, Tennessee iv. J. R. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1871, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About J. R. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Rhea County, Tennessee v. S. E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1873, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About S. E. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Rhea County, Tennessee vi. A. E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1876, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About A. E. CAGLE: Census: 1880, Rhea County, Tennessee vii. EVA D. CAGLE, b. July 1879, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About EVA D. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee viii. CRATIE E. CAGLE, b. February 07, 1882, Tennessee; d. January 1970, Clarksville, Red River County, Texas. More About CRATIE E. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee Social Security Card: Issued in Texas (before 1951) Social Security Number: 458-50-6153 ix. LUTHER CAGLE, b. July 1886, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About LUTHER CAGLE: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee x. OSCAR L. CAGLE, b. July 1890, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About OSCAR L. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee xi. LOLA D. CAGLE, b. July 1900, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About LOLA D. CAGLE: Census: 1900, Rhea County, Tennessee

306. FLORA ANN5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1837 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1851-1931. She married (1) J OHN BOYD Bef. 1863. He died Unknown. She married (2) ANDREW ANDERSON MORGAN September 10, 1863 in Madisonville, Tennessee. He was born WFT Est. 1820-1840, and died WFT Est. 1854-1926. More About FLORA ANN CAGLE: Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 13 years. Child of FLORA CAGLE and ANDREW MORGAN is:

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307. SHADRICK5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1838 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1850-1928 in Oklahoma. He married B ARTHENIA WEBB. She died Unknown. More About SHADRICK CAGLE: Aka (Facts Pg): "Shade" Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 12 years. Children of SHADRICK CAGLE and BARTHENIA WEBB are:

i. ii. STAND WAITE6 CAGLE, b. 1864, Texas; d. Unknown; m. E LIZABETH ELVA KEETH, March 04, 1883, Washing County, Arkansas; d. Unknown. JOHN CAGLE, b. 1870, Dade County, Horsecreek Township, Missouri; d. Unknown.

308. PHERIBY LEE5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born August 05, 1842 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died 1934 in Tennessee. She married S TEPHEN DECAUTOR SAFFEL August 05, 1863 in Monroe County, Tennessee. He was born April 10, 1843 in Tennessee, and died January 08, 1900 in Rhea County, Tennessee. More About PHERIBY LEE CAGLE: Alternate Death: 1890, Texas Alternate Name: Phereby Lee Cagle Burial: Unknown, Cagle Cemetery, Coble, Tennessee Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 7 years. Child of PHERIBY CAGLE and STEPHEN SAFFEL is:

i. MATTIE SUSAN6 SAFFEL, b. Abt. 1864; d. Unknown.

309. GEORGE5 CAGLE (JOHN N.4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1844 in Monroe County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1873-1935. He married SARAH A. MOSES December 27, 1867 in Monroe County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1843 in Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1872-1941. More About GEORGE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Monroe County, Tennessee with parents at age 6 years. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and SARAH MOSES are:

i. ii. SAMUEL6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1868, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARANDA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1869, Monroe County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

310. ELIZABETH5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 13, 1830 in Warren County, Rennessee, and died June 17, 1894 in Sevier County, Tennessee. She married W ILLIAM REAGAN April 30, 1854 in Sevier County, Tennessee, son of RICHARD REAGAN and PHEBE SAMPLE. He was born April 07, 1830 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died February 20, 1895 in Sevier County, Tennessee. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Sevier County, Tennessee Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 10 years. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 20 years. More About WILLIAM REAGAN: Burial: Unknown, Sevier County, Tennessee Child of ELIZABETH CAGLE and WILLIAM REAGAN is:

520. i. MARIA6 REAGAN, b. October 10, 1864; d. May 05, 1921.

311. GEORGE W.5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1838 in

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Sevier County, Tennessee, and died WFT Est. 1850-1928. He married MARY JANE SING Abt. 1862 in Sevier County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1847 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Unknown. More About GEORGE W. CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 0-5 years. Census 2: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 12 years. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MARY SING are:

i. ii. iii. JOHN F.6 CAGLE, b. 1863, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARY E. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1867, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JAMES T. CAGLE, b. Abt. 1869, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

312. JESSE5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, WILLIAM C.3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born December 07, 1840 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Abt. 1913 in Blount County, Tennessee. He married CATHERINE W. KEEBLE March 06, 1862 in Blount County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1831 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Blount County, Tennessee. More About JESSE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Old Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Census: 1850, Sevier County, Tennessee with parents at age 9 years. More About CATHERINE W. KEEBLE: Burial: Unknown, Old Ellajoy Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee Children of JESSE CAGLE and CATHERINE KEEBLE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. REBECCA6 CAGLE, b. December 1862, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1910, Tennessee. SELA CAGLE, b. Abt. 1866, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. GEORGE ANDERSON CAGLE, b. May 1870, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ELLEN CAGLE, b. 1871, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. ANGELINE CAGLE, b. Abt. 1874, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MATILDA CAGLE, b. December 1876, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. WILLIAM CAGLE, b. April 1879, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. JAMES CAGLE, b. April 12, 1880, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

313. ENOCH5 CAGLE (GEORGE4, CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1812 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1880 in Tennessee. He married S ARAH JANE HOLMES Abt. 1837 in Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1819 in North Carolina, and died Unknown. Notes for ENOCH CAGLE: With the coming of the Civil War, the three sons of Enoch, Louis C., James Henry, and Enoch, enlisted in Company B or the 39th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, with Louis serving as a Sergeant, and the two brothers as Privates. This confederate unit was raised in the North West corner of Georgia, and contained a number of men from Bradley County, Tennessee, which was an adjoining county in South Eastern Tennessee. Louis C. Cagle may have maintained his Confederate loyalty throughout the war, for he later also, served in the 36th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (CSA), as a Sergeant in Company F. However, James Henry and Enoch Cagle shifted loyalty to the Union cause during the War. The roster of Company K, 12th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (USA), which was organized in 1863 of men from Monroe County, Tennessee contains the names of Enoch, James, Isom and William Cagle. It is known, from the tombstone of Enoch Cagle, Jr. in Howe Cemetery, LeFlore County, Oklahoma, that he was the Enoch Cagle who served in this unit, and it appears that James was his brother James Henry, and that Isom and William Cagle were two cousins from Monroe County, Tennessee. The Index to Union Military Pensions reveals that Enoch Cagle, after moving to Arkansas, later applied for a veteran's pension in 1890 from that state. At the time of the 1870 Federal Census, Enoch, Sr. and Sarah were still in District 12 of Monroe County, Tennessee and were enumerated with their four youngest children: Enoch, Catherine, Eliza, and Minerva. The oldest son, Lewis C. Cagle, had moved to Scott County, Arkansas where he established permanent residence. By the time of the 1880 census, Enoch had joined Louis C. in Arkansas.

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Enoch was an early settler in Bradley County, Tennessee, appearing there in the 1840 Federal Census, as a young man in his 20's, with a wife and two infant sons. By the time of the 1850 census, the family was still in Bradley County, and had six children at home as follows: Enoch, age 38, North Carolina; Sarah J., age 31, North Carolina; Louis C., age 13, Tennessee; James H., age 11, Tennessee; Mary J., age 9, Tennessee; Sarah A., age 6, Tennessee; Enoch, age 3, Tennessee; Catherine, age 2-12, Tennessee. Enoch was a cabinet maker. His ancestry is not entirely clear, but it would appear that he originated among the Cagle group which moved from Moore County, North Carolina to Sevier and Blount Counties, Tennessee in the early 1800's, and from there spread into Monroe, McMinn, Bradley and other counties of East Tennessee. This group headed by Christian Cagle, (17611850's) and William Cagle (1754-1850's), the two oldest sons of Henry Cagle, Sr. who had migrated from Pennsylvania to Orange (present Moore) County, North Carolina in the 1750's, and then settled in old Cumerland (Present Moore) County, North Carolina in the 1760's, where he died in 1802 on the upper reaches of Bear Creek in NW Moore. It seems likely that Enoch Cagle, Sr. was a grandson of either William or Christian Cagle, and a great-grandson of Henry Cagle, Sr., although the exact connection cannot be traced at this time. By the 1860 Federal Census, Enoch had moved his family to Monroe County, Tennessee where he and wife Sarah were enumerated with all eight of their known children which consisted of those in the 1850 census of Bradley, plus Eliza, age 6, Tennessee and Minerva, age 4, Tennessee.

More About ENOCH CAGLE: Census 1: 1840, Bradley County, Tennessee Census 2: 1850, Bradley County, Tennessee Census 3: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee Census 4: 1880, Monroe County, Tennessee More About SARAH JANE HOLMES: Census 1: 1850, Bradley County, Tennessee Census 2: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee Children of ENOCH CAGLE and SARAH HOLMES are:

521. 522. i. ii. iii. LOUIS C.6 CAGLE, b. 1837, Bradley County, Tennessee; d. 1894, Waldron, Scott County, Arkansas. JAMES HENRY CAGLE, b. 1839, Tennessee; d. Unknown. MARY JANE CAGLE, b. 1841, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About MARY JANE CAGLE: Census: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee iv. SARAH A. CAGLE, b. 1844, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About SARAH A. CAGLE: Census: 1850, Bradley County, Tennessee 523. v. vi. ENOCH W. CAGLE, b. 1847, Bradley County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. CATHERINE CAGLE, b. 1850, Bradley County, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About CATHERINE CAGLE: Census: 1850, Bradley County, Tennessee vii. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1852, Tennessee; d. Unknown. More About ELIZABETH CAGLE: Census: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee viii. MINERVA E. CAGLE, b. 1853, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. J AMES D. ROACH, 1880, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia; d. Unknown. More About MINERVA E. CAGLE: Caste: 1860, Monroe County, Tennessee

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314. PETER5 CAGLE (JACOB4, CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born May 1829 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died August 02, 1903 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. He married NANCY ELISABETH HENSON 1846, daughter of T HOMAS HENSON and NANCY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1825 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died 1896 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. More About NANCY ELISABETH HENSON: Alternate Death: Sevier County, Tennessee Child of PETER CAGLE and NANCY HENSON is:

524. i. MARGARET EVALINE6 CAGLE, b. June 03, 1848, McMinn County, Tennessee; d. September 11, 1937, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

315. DEMPSEY5 CAGLE (JONATHAN4, HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1823 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died 1883 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married E LIZABETH BOROUGHS February 12, 1855 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born September 21, 1823 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1876-1918. Notes for DEMPSEY CAGLE: Served in Confederate States of America Army during Civil War.

More About DEMPSEY CAGLE: Burial: 1883, Kennedy-Cagle Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Residence: 1879, Moore County, North Carolina More About ELIZABETH BOROUGHS: Residence: 1879, Moore County, North Carolina Child of DEMPSEY CAGLE and ELIZABETH BOROUGHS is:

i. WILLIAM6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1856, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. LOUZENIA CORNELISON, November 16, 1879, Montgomery County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1853; d. Unknown. Marriage Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE and LOUZENIA CORNELISON: William CAGLE to Louzenia CORNELISON State of North Carolina, Montgomery County. Office Register of Deeds, November 13, 1879. To any Ordained Minister of any Religious Denomination, or any Justice of the Peace of said County: William CAGLE having applied to me for a LICENSE for the Marriage of William CAGLE of Moore Co age 23 years color white, the son of Dempsey CAGLE and Elizabeth CAGLE, the father now living, the mother living, resident of Moore Co. And Louzenia CORNELISON of Montgomery aged 26 years color white, daughter of Peter CORNELISON and Unreadable CORNELISON, the father living, the mother living, resident of Montgomery County. P. H. MORRIS, Register of Deeds. State of North Carolina, Montgomery County. I, Spencer MOORE, a J.P. united in matrimony, William CAGLE and Louarcnia CORNLISON the parties licensed above, on the 16 day of November 1879, at Petter CORNELISON in Little River Township in said County, according to law. *Witnesses Present at Marriage: Elias JORDAN, Philipp DEATON.

316. BRANSON5 CAGLE (MARTIN C.4, HENRICH HENRY3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1837 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died 1860. He married CAROLINE GOINS April 02, 1857 in Randolph County, North Carolina. She was born January 06, 1831 in Randolph County, North Carolina, and died March 14, 1910 in Cagle Mountain, Richmond County, North Carolina. Notes for BRANSON CAGLE: Branson was the bondsman for the marriage of Riley Luther to Mary Ann Wood, Bond #000113141, June 30, 1859, record #01-176, witnessed by B. F. Hoover, Clerk, Randolph County, North Carolina, wedding performed by William Gollahorn, J. P. Branson died shortly after the Civil War.

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More About BRANSON CAGLE: Census: 1850, Montgomery County, North Carolina with father at age 13 years. More About CAROLINE GOINS: Burial: March 15, 1910, Cagle Cemetery, Cagle Mountain, Richmond County, North Carolina Census: 1860, Randolph County, North Carolina living with Allred family with son John Cagle at age two. Marriage Notes for B RANSON CAGLE and CAROLINE GOINS: Bond #000110869, Record #01 035, Bondsman: Green Bailey, Witness: B. F. Hoover, Clerk of County Court, April 2, 1857, performed by Wesley Dean, JP, April 2, 1857, Randolph County, North Carolina.

Children of BRANSON CAGLE and CAROLINE GOINS are:

i. JOHN CHARLES6 CAGLE, d. Unknown. Notes for JOHN CHARLES CAGLE: John Charles was left behind to be raised by the Coffin family.

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317. MARTHA PATSY5 CAGLE (JOHN4, PETER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born February 07, 1835 in Monroe, Union County, North Carolina, and died June 04, 1932 in Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. She married LEVI ERWIN CLINE June 19, 1853 in Waleska, Cherokee County, Georgia, son of MIKEREL CLINE and SUSIE AMBRA. He was born February 22, 1820 in Swain County, North Carolina, and died April 07, 1907 in Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About MARTHA PATSY CAGLE: Burial: June 06, 1932, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1850, Cherokee County, Georgia with parents at age 15 years. More About LEVI ERWIN CLINE: Alternate Name: Levi Ervin Cline Burial: April 10, 1907, Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Census: 1870, Cherokee County, Georgia Children of MARTHA CAGLE and LEVI CLINE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. MARY J.6 CLINE, b. October 30, 1854; d. Unknown. JOHN WESLEY CLINE, b. Abt. 1856; d. Unknown. WILLIAM THOMAS CLINE, b. August 1859; d. Unknown. JAMES ERWIN CLINE, b. June 05, 1861; d. January 26, 1940, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia; m. C ORA ARTIE MISSIE MATHIS REINHART, November 02, 1879; b. December 27, 1860, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia; d. July 09, 1941, Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia. More About JAMES ERWIN CLINE: Burial: Unknown, Sardis Baptist Church, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia Notes for CORA ARTIE MISSIE MATHIS REINHART: Cora's family founded Reinhart College.

More About CORA ARTIE MISSIE MATHIS REINHART: Burial: Unknown, Sardis Baptist Church, Sardis, Cherokee County, Georgia v. vi. vii. viii. MARTHA EMELINE CLINE, b. November 24, 1864; d. Unknown. ELIAS FRANKLIN CLINE, b. November 17, 1866; d. Unknown. LENA CLINE, b. June 17, 1869; d. Unknown. MEKIE CLINE, b. September 10, 1871; d. Unknown.

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318. WILLIAM5 CAGLE (MARTIN4, PETER3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born April 10, 1840 in Cherokee County, Georgia, and died May 17, 1913 in Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. He married SARAH BOATMAN December 13, 1857 in Cherokee County, Georgia. She was born September 03, 1833 in South Carolina, and died February 07, 1913 in Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. Notes for WILLIAM CAGLE: During the Civil War, it is reported, William supported the Federal cause, and with his brothers John M., Peter and Levi, served as Union Soldiers during the latter part of the War. In 1866, he and his brother John M. bought land in south central Pickens County, and migrated to that county, where they settled permanently. William in addition to being a miller and farmer, was an ordained Baptist Minister and they lived in Cherokee and Pickens Counties, Georgia until late 1899, at which time he migrated to the Chickasaw Indian Nation in Indian Territory, (now Oklahoma). He appeared in the 1900 Census at the age of 60. The following is a quote by a grandson of Patsy Martha Cagle Cline who is a first cousin of William's. "Bill Cagle, my grandmother's cousin, became a Baptist preacher and committed much of the Bible to memory. He moved to Oklahoma before it became a state, and built a residence there, of sand and cement. If he had had educational opportunities and religious breadth, he would have been a powerful man. He returned from the West and visited in our home when I was about 18 years old [ca 1906]. I loved and respected him so much. I would have been glad to have gone home with him for a long visit." The date of arrival of William and family in Indian Territory is not known, but would appear to be late in the year 1899. In the Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, Marriage Book D, 1899-1900, it is noted that the Reverend W. Cagle, on December 27, 1899 performed a marriage for a couple in the town of Pauls Valley. William and Sarah continued to reside in Indian Territory, and in 1907, Oklahoma became recognized as the 46th State of the Union. In the Federal Census of Garvin County, Oklahoma (previously Chickasaw Indian Nation, IT) both make their final appearance on the census with Sarah dying on February 13th and William on the 17th of May of the same year, 1913. Both are buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Pauls Valley, OK. Also, living in the household during the 1900 census of Chickasaw Nation, was Lillie M. Cagle, at age 17, born in Georgia in August 1883 and shown to be a niece; however, it is uncertain whose daughter she is, perhaps, Levi's who is the brother of William. Is Levi, perhaps dead by this date? Another mention of William Cagle, 1840-1913, was made in 1935 by Luke E. Tate, in his "History of Pickens County, pages 233-238, in which he included a section of remembrances by Judge William Alonzo Covington of Meigs, Georgia, a native of Cherokee County, Georgia and a resident of Pickens County, Georgia during the 1880's. The reference to Cagle's Mill is to that owned by John M. Cagle, 1838-1913, brother of William Cagle. "A history of Pickens County would be incomplete without some attention to the Reverend William Cagle. Although uncultured, he was one of Natures's noblemen. One Sunday my employer, William C. Atherton, and his family attended services at Salem Baptist Church, southwest of Jasper; and they brought home to dinner the preacher of the day, Reverend William Cagle. Mr. Cagle had preached near my home in Cherokee when I was a child, and , as I could understand it, was almost as much against the Methodists as against the devil! This day I saw him for the first time; and watched and listened to him narrowly. He was a strapping, handsome man, and full of vitality. Of course, since he was the guest of Methodists, all controversial subjects were avoided; but I recall one of the incidents he told about. His mother, he said, had become seriously ill one occasion, and "I was sent for to go to see her." She talked to him a while about family matters; then she said, "Son, you are a preacher now, and before you go, I want you to make me one promise." "I asked her what it was," Mr. Cagle told us, "and she said, ;Never by word or deed bring reproach on the cause of Christ. I took her by the hand and I said, 'Mom'--we always called her that --'Mom, I'll never do; I'll die first.'" Well, it was very simple and impressive to hear, and when next year the Reverend William Cagle was a candidate for the legislature, I eased in a vote for him. It was voting for a man who was both a Republican and a Baptist -an "awful Mixtry," as the old woman said of her liquor, but I downed it. Mr. Cagle was elected and made a creditable representative. He later moved to Oklahoma, but his family continued to be well represented in Pickens. Indeed, this is a good place to make mention of the fact that the Clan Cagle has

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been for nearly a hundred years prominent in Pickens and the upper part of Cherokee. And I, at least, never heard a word against one of them. They were and are a God-fearing folk and they kept His commandment to "multiply the face of the earth." In the eighties, most of the revival preaching in the country districts was done by Reverend William Cagle and Reverend Thad Pickett. Both knew how to get results, and both were natural orators. I bear in mind a "protracted meeting" at Refuge Missionary Babtist Church once, that was not going very well. "Bill" Cagle passed along one night going to Jasper. He climbed off his mule, went inside, and preached. Soon the "mourners" were going up to the front in droves, and shouting as they went. His mission accomplished, Cagle got back up on his mule and rode on." Mr. Tate, on pages 85 and 89 of his volume, adds that William Cagle served as Surveyor of Pickens County, Georgia from January 18, 1873 to January 15, 1875, and as State Representative from Pickens County in 18901891.

More About WILLIAM CAGLE: Burial: May 18, 1913, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma Census 1: 1870, Pickens County, Georgia Census 2: 1880, Pickens County, Georgia with Sarah and 6 children. Census 3: 1900, Chickasaw Indian Nation, Oklahoma Census 4: 1910, Garvin County, Oklahoma More About SARAH BOATMAN: Burial: February 08, 1913, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma Census: 1880, Pickens County, Georgia with husband and 6 children. Child of WILLIAM CAGLE and SARAH BOATMAN is:

526. i. MARY DELILAH6 CAGLE, b. October 19, 1858; d. September 29, 1915, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma.

319. GEORGE5 CAGLE (ENOCH4, GEORGE3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born July 28, 1841 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died August 15, 1919 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He married MARY BIRD October 09, 1863 in Moore County, North Carolina, daughter of J AMES BIRD and CAROLINE MACON. She was born May 12, 1844 in North Carolina, and died July 03, 1905 in Randolph County, North Carolina. Notes for GEORGE CAGLE: George, along with two of his brothers were confederate soldiers. Of the three, George was the only one to survive.

More About GEORGE CAGLE: Burial: Unknown, Grey's Chapel Cemetery, Randolph County, North Carolina Census 1: 1850, Moore County, North Carolina with parents at 10 years of age. Census 2: 1860, Moore County, North Carolina with parents at 19 years of age. Military service: A Confederate soldier during the Civil War. More About MARY BIRD: Burial: July 04, 1905, Grey's Chapel Cemetery, Randolph County, North Carolina Marriage Notes for GEORGE CAGLE and MARY BIRD: Bond # 000110873, Record # 01 035, Bondsman: Uriah Presnell, Witness: J. H. Brown, Clerk Randolph County, North Carolina; Date of bond: October 7, 1863, ceremony performed by W. R. Brown, JP on October 9, 1863. Children of GEORGE CAGLE and MARY BIRD are:

i. THOMAS W.6 CAGLE, b. Abt. 1864, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown.

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JEANETTE CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. J IM ALLRED; d. Unknown. JOHN F. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. MARY INEZ CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. J OHN COX TRUETT, Greensboro, North Carolina; d. Unknown. JAMES S. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. B IRCH CRAVEN; d. Unknown. HENRIETTA CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. ERASTUS CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. S ARAH CHAMNES; d. Unknown. MADGE N. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. E D WEBSTER, Ramseur, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. CARRIE P. CAGLE, b. Aft. 1864, Randolph County, North Carolina; d. Unknown.

320. JOHN RANSOM5 CAGLE (ELISHA4, GEORGE3, HENRICH HENRY2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born November 03, 1839 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died July 14, 1922 in Moore County, North Carolina. He married MARGARET CORINNA RITTER Abt. 1873 in Moore County, North Carolina. She was born March 20, 1858 in Moore County, North Carolina, and died March 03, 1935 in Moore County, North Carolina. More About JOHN RANSOM CAGLE: Alternate Name: John Rance Cagle Burial: July 15, 1922, Cross Hill Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina More About MARGARET CORINNA RITTER: Burial: March 04, 1935, Cross Hill Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina Children of JOHN CAGLE and MARGARET RITTER are:

i. INFANT SON6 CAGLE, b. December 16, 1874, Moore County, North Carolina; d. December 16, 1874, Moore County, North Carolina. More About INFANT SON CAGLE: Burial: December 16, 1874, Cross Hill Cemetery, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina ii. iii. 528. iv. v. 529. vi. vii. SARAH ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. December 16, 1876, Moore County, North Carolina; d. June 17, 1932; m. JAMES S. DOWDY; d. Unknown. ANNIE JANE CAGLE, b. April 20, 1879, Moore County, North Carolina; d. August 20, 1958, Moore County, North Carolina; m. WALTER BRANSON LAMBERT; d. Unknown. JOHNNY LEE CAGLE, b. January 09, 1882, Moore County, North Carolina; d. August 15, 1974, Lee County Hospital, Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina. HENRY CLEVELAND CAGLE, b. November 03, 1884, Moore County, North Carolina; d. July 1944; m. L ALA VAN CADDELL, August 08, 1909; b. 1891, Moore County, North Carolina; d. Unknown. MARGARET EMILE CAGLE, b. December 28, 1887, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. April 15, 1965, Greensboro, Guiford County, North Carolina. MARY ALMA CAGLE, b. May 23, 1891, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. August 09, 1960, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; m. GURNEY C. RICHARDSON; b. October 09, 1884, Moore County, North Carolina; d. September 16, 1942, Moore County, North Carolina. More About MARY ALMA CAGLE: Burial: August 11, 1960, Cross Hill Cemetery, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina More About GURNEY C. RICHARDSON: Burial: September 18, 1942, Cross Hill Cemetery, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina viii. WILLIAM HARRISON CAGLE, b. August 20, 1894, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. October 25, 1959, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina. More About WILLIAM HARRISON CAGLE: Burial: October 27, 1959, Cross Hill Cemetery, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina ix. x. RUTH ADELINE CAGLE, b. September 06, 1897, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. May 17, 1980; m. ADGER ORVILLE GOODMAN; d. Unknown. MATTIE LOU CAGLE, b. August 24, 1901, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. June 26, 1987, Moore County, North Carolina; m. C HARLES H. BENNETT; b. December 23, 1889; d. November 06, 1955,

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Moore County, North Carolina. More About MATTIE LOU CAGLE: Burial: June 29, 1987, Lamm's Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina More About CHARLES H. BENNETT: Burial: November 08, 1955, Lamm's Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Moore County, North Carolina 530. xi. FRANCES HASELTINE CAGLE, b. March 24, 1904, Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina; d. September 15, 1986, Lumberton, Robeson County, North Carolina.

321. MARY5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1811 in Clark County, Georgia, and died May 1860 in Adams County, Mississippi. She married CHARLES L. MCALISTER December 08, 1831 in Copiah County, Mississippi. He was born Abt. 1811 in Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1851-1902. More About MARY CAGLE: Census: 1850, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi Notes for CHARLES L. MCALISTER: 1870 MCALLISTER CHARLES L. Adams County MS 012 Natchez Federal Population Schedule MS 1870 Federal Census Index MS30916399 More About CHARLES L. MCALISTER: Census 1: 1850, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi Census 3: 1870, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi Occupation: Ranger Marriage Notes for MARY CAGLE and CHARLES MCALISTER: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900.

Children of MARY CAGLE and CHARLES MCALISTER are:

531. i. ii. ELIZA J.6 MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1832, Mississippi; d. Unknown. CHARLES MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1833, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About CHARLES MCALISTER: Census: 1860, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi iii. SAM J. MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1836, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About SAM J. MCALISTER: Census: 1860, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi iv. MARY S. MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1837, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About MARY S. MCALISTER: Census: 1850, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi v. SARAH MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1844, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About SARAH MCALISTER: Census: 1860, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi vi. NANCY J. MCALISTER, b. Abt. 1846, Mississippi; d. Unknown. More About NANCY J. MCALISTER: Census 1: 1850, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi Census 2: 1860, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi

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322. MALINDA BESHUMA5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1811 in South Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1858-1906. She married H ARDY CROSSWELL March 25, 1833 in Madison County, Mississippi. He was born 1809 in North Carolina, and died WFT Est. 1858-1901. Notes for MALINDA BESHUMA CAGLE: From the census record it appears Malinda and Hardy were living in Dallas County, Alabama in 1836, when their first child was born. Remembering that Hardy was listed on the 1838 Attala County, Census raises a small question since the second child, age 12 (born 1838), is listed as being born in Alabama. They could have returned to Mississippi in 1838, for awhile, as the distance between the two counties is not great. Looking at the census, it appears Malinda and Hardy moved to Alabama, in 1836-1838, remained there for several years and returned to Mississippi between 1842 and 1846. One other item of interest for Malinda and Hardy regarding the 1850 census is that living next door was a young couple, William and Mary Cable (Cagle). Malinda may have died shortly after 1856 when her last child, Martha, was born as Hardy appears in the 1860 census with a wife named Adaline, and a family with little, if any, resemblance to his 1850 family. No record was found for Hardy after 1860.

More About MALINDA BESHUMA CAGLE: Residence: 1850, Dallas County, Alabama, page 248 Jimmy B. Cagle's book, "Cagle Families in the Southern States" Notes for HARDY CROSSWELL:

1860 CROSSWELL HARDY Yalobusha County, Mississippi 772 Oakland Federal Population Schedule Mississippi 1860 Federal Census Index MS54018327 1870 CROSSWELL HARDY Calhoun County, Mississippi 334 Banner P.O. Federal Population Schedule Mississippi 1870 Federal Census Index MS31051983 More About HARDY CROSSWELL: Census 1: 1838, Attala County, Mississippi Tax List Census 2: 1850, Yalobusha County, Mississippi with Malinda and 7 children. Census 3: 1860, Yalobusha County, Mississippi with Adeline and children. Census 4: 1870, Calhoun County, Mississippi Occupation: Planter-Farmer Marriage Notes for MALINDA CAGLE and HARDY CROSSWELL: Marriage information from Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900. Children of MALINDA CAGLE and HARDY CROSSWELL are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. MARY6 CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1836; d. Unknown. AMANDA CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1837; d. Unknown. WILLIAM CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1838; d. Unknown. JOHN CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1840; d. Unknown. EZEKIEL CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1841; d. Unknown. Notes for EZEKIEL CROSSWELL: 1850 CROSSWELL E. Leake County MS 046 Beat No 3 Federal Population Schedule MS 1850 Federal Census Index MSS5a406027 More About EZEKIEL CROSSWELL:

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Census 1: 1850, Beat number 3 vi. vii. viii. ix. x. LUCY CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1843; d. Unknown. SAMUEL CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1846; d. Unknown. MISSOURI A. CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1851; d. Unknown. SARAH A. CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1852; d. Unknown. MARY O. CROSSWELL, b. Abt. 1856; d. Unknown.

323. WILLIAM5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born 1817 in Amite County, Mississippi, and died WFT Est. 1878-1910. He married N ANCY ELIZABETH WALLACE WFT Est. 1837-1867 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She was born 1824 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, and died WFT Est. 1880-1919. Children of WILLIAM CAGLE and NANCY WALLACE are:

i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. KESIAH6 CAGLE, b. 1862; d. WFT Est. 1863-1956. ELIZABETH CAGLE, b. 1871; d. WFT Est. 1872-1965. EMILY CAGLE, b. 1873; d. WFT Est. 1945-1967; m. HENRY WALKER, Private; b. Private. WILLIAM DAVID CAGLE, b. 1874; d. WFT Est. 1875-1964. JAMES EDWARD CAGLE, b. 1877; d. WFT Est. 1878-1967. HENRY CAGLE, b. 1878; d. WFT Est. 1879-1968.

324. GREENBERRY S.5 CAGLE (LEONARD4, ROGER3, LEONARD2, LEONHART (KEGEL)1) was born January 06, 1820 in Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi, and died December 30, 1879 in Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi. He married (1) JULIA ANN HOOD 1842 in Copiah County, Mississippi, daughter of JAMES HOOD and RACHEL COUSENS. She was born January 01, 1823 in Hazelhurst, Copiah County, Mississippi, and died August 29, 1870 in Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi. He married (2) ELIZABETH A. MORRIS December 13, 1871 in Copiah County, Mississippi, daughter of NATHAN MORRIS and DRUSCILLA MYERS. She was born December 1839 in Mississippi, and died Aft. 1920 in Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi. Notes for GREENBERRY S. CAGLE: Greenbury was a farmer. He served in the military as a Private in Company E, 3rd State Troops, Mississippi Cavalry of the Civil War CSA. Greenberry's estate was probated in Copiah County, Mississippi 1880. The probate records for the estate of Greenberry are in the Courthouse at Hazelhurst, Mississippi and stored in the Chancery Clerk's Vault in Box 984. A picture was taken of his gravestone and is on file in his scrapbook. A picture was taken of his wife's, Julia Ann's, headstone and it reads: Wife of Greenbury Cagle. The spelling is different than that found in other places. This Greenbury Cagle established residence in Copiah County, by the early 1840's, and may have been the man with whom Roger, Sr. was living with in 1844, at the time of Roger's last known appearance in the records of Copiah County, Mississippi.

More About GREENBERRY S. CAGLE: Burial: January 01, 1880, Pine Bluff Baptist Church Cemetery, Dentville, Copiah County, Mississippi Cause of Death: pneumonia Census 1: 1850, Copiah County, Mississippi wit