Apparently a Descendant of Abraham Baggett III

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Nicholas Granberry Baggett married Elizabeth ("Betsy") Emmons, daughter of William Robert Emmons and his wife Elizabeth Malpus Emmons. Elizabeth's "Betsy" Obituary: (Family Heir-loom, grandfather of Nicholas G. Baggett's wife "Betsy"): Their descendants: (Spring Hill Methodist Church Cemetery Records): (Records of obituary and family heirloom was printed in THE PINE BELT NEWS of Escambia County in 1908.) Apparently Betsy married a Wilson after her husband Emmons died. Here is a letter from her to Malcolm Baggett: They had a son named Solomon. Here is a letter from Sol:


REV. NED GRANBERRY BAGGETT was born 9 October 1849 in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama, the son of Nicholas Granberry Baggett and Elizabeth ("Betsy") Emmons Baggett. Ned married on 15 June of 1879 to Emma Lucretia ("Creasy") McCormick in Appleton (Escambia County), Alabama.

Ned Granberry Baggett died 14 October 1945 in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama and is buried at the Weaver Cemetery on the Appleton Road in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama. I understand Ned was a minister at the Free Will Baptist Church.

Emma Lucretia McCormick married Ned Baggett. She was born 20 Cctober 1858 in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama died 15 December 1944 in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama and is buried at the Weaver Cemetery on the Appleton Road in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama. Emma Lucretia McCormick's father, Joseph McCormick, was a Confederate soldier during the Civil War and survived until 1903. Lucretia's mother Nancy Lowe McCormick was born 12 September 1822 in North Carolina and died 9 July 1926 in Alabama. Joseph McCormick married Nancy Lowe ca. 1846.

Ned Granberry and Lucretia Baggett had 10 children:

1. Andrew Baggett (the oldest- born and died around 1879).
2. Allen Jackson Baggett (married Blackwell) (born 1880).
3. Alonzo ("Lon" or "Lonnie") Baggett- died of a snakebite when he was 18 or 19 years old.
4. William Green Baggett (called "W.G.") (married Whitehead).
5. Julie Bell Baggett (married Martin).
6. Matilda Mae ("Tilda") Baggett (married Burch)
7. Charles Lewis (called "Lewis") Baggett (married Johnson)
8. Daniel Webster Baggett (married Burch)
9. Martha Dee Baggett (married Evans)
10. Nicholas Granberry Baggett (married Dailey)

NOTE: The above are Allen Jackson Baggett's brothers and sisters (might be out of order).
If someone should be able to place these births in proper order, correct the names, or provide dates–in other words if a Bible record exists–please send data so these names above can be amended/added, etc.


ALLEN JACKSON BAGGETT was born 12 March 1880 in Brewton (Escambia County), Alabama He was the son of Rev. Ned Granberry and Lucretia McCormick Baggett.

(Note:; In 1918, when Allen Baggett was 38 years of age, he completed a World War I draft Registration Card and also a Registrar's Report at Brewton, Escambia County, Alabama. The card shows that Allen was a self-employed farmer who was born March 12, 1880. The report says he was tall, slender, with dark hair and blue eyes.)

Allen Jackson Baggett married Margaret Elizabeth (called "Bessie") Blackwell on 24 September 1902 in Escambia County, Alabama. Allen died 28 September 1924 in Goodway (Monroe County), Alabama and was buried next to his wife Bessie.

Margaret Elizabeth ("Bessie") Blackwell was born 10 August 1883 near Repton (Conecuh County), Alabama.  Bessie was the daughter of Stephen B. Blackwell and Mary Emma Boutwell Blackwell.  Bessie died 10 May 1915 in Lenox (Conecuh County), Alabama and is buried at the Spring Hill Methodist Church Cemetery in Conecuh County, Alabama.

Allen Jackson Baggett and Bessie Blackwell had seven children:

1. Nannie Lee Baggett (rnarried Silcox) born 12 February 1904
.2. Laura Bell Baggett (married Matheny) born 25 April 1905.
3. Emma Lucretia Baggett (married Marshall) born 9 August 1906.
4. Wilbert Jackson Baggett (married Blackwell) born 12 February 1908.
5. Luman Savage Baggett (married Howell) born 10 April 1910.
6. Chester Allen Baggett (married Holmes) born 21 July 1912.
7. Mildridge Homer Baggett ( married Fowler) born 1 January 1915.

All the children above have passed away (2000) except for the widow of Homer Baggett.


Laura Bell BAGGETT (married Matheny) was born 25 April 1905 at Repton in Conecuh County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Allen Jackson Bagget and his wife Bessie Blackwell Baggett.

Laura Bell Baggett married Ubie Blackshire Matheny (later became Sr.) on 23 July 1924 in Monroeville (Monroe County), Alabama. Ubie was born 15 August 1901 in Goodway (Monroe County), Alabama and died 10 June 1946 in Edinburg (Hidalgo County), Texas. Laura Baggett Matheny died 23 September 1986 in San Carlos (Hidalgo County), Texas. They are buried next to each other at the Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery in Edinburg (Hidalgo County), Texas.

Laura and Ubie Matheny had 5 children and several grandchildren, all living.


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