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Generation No. five from John of Surry County, Virginia
Generation No. 1
1. UZZIEL BAGGETT (THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1765. He married UNKNOWN.
Notes for UZZIEL
BAGGETT (Uzziel means, “My strength is God.”)
Uzziel has been conjectured to be the father of Lawrence and Allen Baggett (Baggett Family Newsletter, Issue # 11, used with permission). This genealogy is mostly concerned with the descendants of Lawrence. Census records giving Lawrence and Allen’s ages are compatible with early census records of Uzziel’s famly. The fact that Uzziel had a brother named Allen also lends credence to the conjecture that he also had a son named Allen. Uzziel is shown on the 1800, 1810, and 1820 censuses below. Please note that one must subscribe to access the census records on Ancestry.com.
1800 CENSUS OF ANSON COUNTY,
NC. Pages 222, 223 (interpreted):
Allen Baggott household (Uzziel’s brother, Allen) page 222, Ancestry.com Image #24.
3 males under 10; 2 males 10-16; 1 male 26-45; 2 females under 10; 1 female 26-45.
Xial Baggot household (Uzziel) page 223, Ancestry.com Image #25.
1 male under 10 (Erwin/Irwin); 1 male 26-45; 1 female 26-45.
1810 CENSUS OF MECKLENBURG COUNTY,
NC — township: Captain Smartts Company:
—Ancestry.com Image #4 (interpreted):
Zial Baggett household (Uzziel): 2 males under 10 (Lawrence & Allen who are 20-30 in the 1830 Henry Co. GA census.); 1 male 10-16 (Erwin/Irwin); 1 male 26-45 Uzziel); 1 female 26-45 (wife); 3 females under 10.
1820 CENSUS OF ANSON COUNTY,
—Ancestry.com Image #2 (interpreted):
Uziel Baggett household: 1 male 10-16 (Allen); 1 male 16-18 (Lawrence); 1 male 18-26 (Erwin/Irwin); 1 male 45 and over (Uziel); 1 female under 10; 1 female 10-16; 1 female 16-26; 1 female 45 and over (wife).
Children of UZZIEL BAGGETT and
|i: ERWIN/IRWIN BAGGETT, b. Between 1794 - 1800; m. JUDY RODDEN, 1818, Mecklenburg County, NC.|
|ii, iii, iv. THREE DAUGHTERS BAGGETT, b. Bet. 1800 - 1809.|
"LARRY" JACKSON BAGGETT, b. Abt. 1805; d. Bef. 1840.
vi: ALLEN SIMON BAGGETT, b. 1810.
Generation No. 2
2. LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON BAGGETT (UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1805, and died Bef. 1840. He married MARTHA "PATSY" YARBROUGH July 11, 1823 in Henry County, GA, daughter of THOMAS YARBROUGH and MARTHA GARRETT, born 1806.
|i: Thomas Yarbrough d. 1840 in Henry Co GA m. Martha Garrett, b. 1770 in SC.|
The children of THOMAS YARBROUGH
and MARTHA GARRETT were:
ii: Silas Yarbrough b. 1805-1894, m. Nancy Ray.
iii: Nancy Yarbrough 1807-1876, m. 1823, Henry County, Silas Mosely.
iv: Martha Yarbrough1810- ?, m. 1823, Henry County, Lawrence Jackson Baggett.
v: Temperance Yarbrough 1811- ?, m. John C. Richards.
vi: Lucinda Yarbrough 1813- ?, m. 1829, Henry County, Allen Simon Baggett.
(It appears that Lawrence and Martha named one of their sons Silas Mosely Messer Baggett, after Martha's brother-in-law, Silas Mosely, husband of Nancy Yarbrough.
1830 HENRY COUNTY, GA Census,
page 225, Ancestry.com Image #53 (interpreted)
Larry Baggett: three males under age 5 (Larry Jr., Silas, Unknown); one male 25- 30 (Lawrence); one female 20-30 (Martha, age 20).
Allen Baggett (adjacent to Larry): one male under 5; one male 25-30; one female 15-20 ( Lucinda, age 17).
Thomas Yarbrough Census page 220, Ancestry.com Image #43: one male 15-20; one male 50-60; one female 15-20; one female 50-60; probably the parents and siblings of Martha "Patsy," and Lucinda.
Andrew B. Baggett and his family are shown on Census page 233. Ancestry.com Image# 69. Andrew is a second cousin of Larry and Allen, and closely associated with their families, as seen in the move to Alabama.
L. Baggott and A. Baggotte are shown on a list of voters in Henry County dated October 7, 1833, and Lawrence is shown living in adjacent Coweta County while drawing in the 1832 Land Lottery.
Lawrence's date of death is estimated by his not moving to Alabama with Allen and Andrew B. Baggett, by his not being visible in the 1840 census, and by the fact that he is not shown in an 1840 land sale in which Lucinda and other daughters are represented by their husbands, but Martha "Patsy," Lawrence's wife, participates in the sale on her own behalf. All the children are there, selling the land inherited from their father ostensibly to their sister Nancy, represented by her husband, Silas Mosely.
1840 14 Sep. William Yarbrough, Silas Yarbrough, John R. Richards, Martha Baggett, and Allen Baggett, all of Henry County, sold to Silas Mosely, for $300, 133 acres land, described as the west part of lots #59, 92, 93, Dist. 11, belonging to the Estate of Thomas Yarbrough. Wit: Robert Cagle, J.P., Charles Walker, J.P. Recorded 28 Sep 1840 DB J, p. 345.
Notes for MARTHA "PATSY" YARBROUGH:
Martha's age varied in the different censuses, but in 1870, she gave her age as 64, which would make her birth year 1806. She was the mother of Silas Mosely Messer Baggett and the stepmother of Mary Ann Lambert. She married Lawrence Jackson Baggett, was widowed by 1840, and then as Martha Baggett, neé YARBROUGH, married Seth H. Lambert in 1845. Her son Silas Mosely Messer Baggett, married his stepsister, Mary Ann Lambert, the daughter of Seth H. Lambert and Caroline (unknown).
The Leon County, Texas, Baggetts are descended from Martha Yarbrough's son, Silas Mosely Messer Baggett and Mary Ann Lambert.
The 1850 census of southeastern Carroll County GA shows Martha in her marriage to Seth Lambert. This was the second marriage for both Martha and Seth. He is shown as Seth H. Lambreth 35, and she as Martha 41; also shown are their first children probably born in 1844. (View this census record in the Notes for Silas Mosely Baggett, who married his stepsister, Mary Ann Lambert, the daughter of Seth.)
Children of LAWRENCE
"LARRY" JACKSON BAGGETT and MARTHA YARBROUGH are:
JR. BAGGETT, b. Aft. 1824.
In 1856, Lawrence Jr. Baggett is shown as a Freeholder in Henry Co. GA, 491st District.
ii: SILAS MOSELY MESSER BAGGETT,
b. March 18, 1830, Stone Mountain, GA; d. January 31, 1886, Leon Co. TX.
3. ALLEN SIMON BAGGETT (UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born 1810. He married (1) LUCINDA YARBROUGH January 31, 1829 in Henry County, GA, daughter of THOMAS YARBROUGH and MARTHA GARRETT. She was born Abt. 1812. He married (2) SARAH A. Bef. 1841. She was born 1817 in Clarke Co., GA.
Notes for ALLEN SIMON BAGGETT:
Allen came to Alabama at close to the same time as his cousin Andrew. Allen settled in Tallapoosa County AL which is adjacent to Chambers County AL where cousin Andrew B. Baggett settled when he left Henry County. Both men came to Alabama around 1840. By this time, Allen had taken a second wife, Sarah A. Perhaps Lucinda died. We do not know what happened to Allen and Lucinda's little son.
In 1850, the year that John Thomas was born to Allen and Sara. Allen moved to Jefferson County, GA, in time to be counted on the November 1850 Federal census with his wife Sarah A. and his daughter and son.
Child of ALLEN BAGGETT and LUCINDA
|i: SON BAGGETT, b. 1830.|
Children of ALLEN BAGGETT and
SARAH A. are:
G. BAGGETT, b. 1842, Henry County, GA.
iii: JOHN THOMAS BAGGETT, b. 1850, Tallapoosa County, AL.
Generation No. 3
4. SILAS MOSELY MESSER BAGGETT (LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born March 18, 1830 in Stone Mountain, GA, and died January 31, 1886 in Leon Co. TX. He married MARY ANN LAMBERT November 06, 1853 in Troup Co., GA, daughter of SETH H. LAMBERT and CAROLINE UNKNOWN. She was born April 01, 1834 in Winnett Co., GA, and died Abt. 1916 in Oakwood, Leon County, TX. SILAS MOSELY MESSER BAGGETT and MARY ANN LAMBERT are buried in Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Oakwood, Leon County, TX.
Notes for SILAS MOSELY MESSER
Early Marriages Troup County GA 1828-1900.
Silas Baggett and Mary Ann Lambert were married November 6, 1853. The marriage was performed by James D. Hardy JP. Recorded in Marriage Book, Volume D, page 35.
Silas M. Baggett served in Company H, 2nd Georgia Calvary, Confederate States of America. He enrolled in1863 at La Grange, Troup County, GA. The C.S.A. pension of Mary Ann, widow of Silas M. Baggett, was filed in Freestone County, Texas. Silas is mentioned as Silas Messer Baggett on the pension. Silas and Mary Ann Baggett are buried with son William H. Baggett and wife Sarah Ann, along with some of their children in Mount Pisgah Cemetery, approx. 3 miles south of Oakwood, CA on FM 542. Go through the gate near the Historical Marker; then go through Carter Ranch Pasture, CR 242.
1850 CENSUS OF SOUTHEASTERN CARROLL
COUNTY, GA, no. 74: (interpreted):
Seth H. Lambreth (Lambert) 35; Martha 41; (Martha "Patsy" Yarbrough Baggett Lambert); Nancy 17; John 18; Mary 16 (Mary Ann, future wife of her stepbrother, Silas Mosely Messer Baggett,); Rhoda 14; Joseph 12; Ann 10; Seth 6; Risden 2; and James 3 months. (All the children, except Risden and James, are probably the children of Seth and Caroline.)
1870 CENSUS OF TROUP COUNTY,
Silas Baggett, aged 40; works cotton mill, wife Mary 36 (Mary Ann); William 14; Crawford 13; Nancy 11; Franklin 9; Susan 7; John L. 5; Thompson 4; and Andrew 2 months (should be 2 years, as the 1880 census below shows him as "Andy 12 GA." see below.)
1880 LEON COUNTY, TX CENSUS,
Precinct 6, District 91, p. 217 (interpreted):
Silas M. Baggett 50, GA NC GA; wife Mary 46 GA (Mary Ann) and children: Crawford 22 AL; Nancy 19 GA; Franklin 18 GA; Susan 16 GA; Lawrence 15 GA; Thompson 13 GA; and Andy 12 GA. And adjacent: William H. Baggett 23 GA (obviously the son from the 1870 census); wife Sarah A.19 GA; niece Sarah E. Lambert 7 GA; nephew William S. Lambert 6 GA; brother Seth Lambert 35 GA; widowed (brother of Mary Ann).
Children of SILAS BAGGETT and
MARY LAMBERT are:
H. BAGGETT, b. October 01, 1856, La Grange, GA.
ii:. CRAWFORD FULLER BAGGETT, b. May 01, 1858, Alabama; d. 1942.
iii: NANCY BAGGETT, b. July 01, 1860, GA.
iv: FRANKLIN J. BAGGETT, b. March 01, 1862, GA.
v: SUSAN BAGGETT, b. Abt. 1863, GA.
vi: JOHN LAWRENCE BAGGETT, b. August 01, 1865, GA.
vii: THOMPSON B. BAGGETT, b. August 23, 1868, La Grange, Troup Co. GA; d. Oakwood, TX.
viii: ANDREW BAGGETT, b. 1870, GA.
ix: MOLLIE BAGGETT.
Generation No. 4
5. WILLIAM H. BAGGETT (SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born October 01, 1856 in La Grange, GA. He married SARAH A. LANGFORD August 19, 1877.
Notes for WILLIAM H. BAGGETT:
Children of William H, Baggett are buried in Oakwood Cemetery and Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Leon/Freestone County, Texas. To get to Oakwood Cemetery, from Highway 79 in Oakwood, take Holly Street north past the school for a distance of 0.3 miles to come directly into the cemetery. The marriage date was taken from Troup County, GA Marriages 11851-1898 - USGENWEB.
Children of WILLIAM BAGGETT and
SARAH LANGFORD are:
BAGGETT, b. December 1871; d. (illegible), buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery,
Oakwood, Leon County, Texas.
ii: INFANT BOY BAGGETT, b. d. August 08, 1878, buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Oakwood, Leon County Texas.
iii: MARY S. BAGGETT, b. October 29, 1881; d. January 25, 1882, buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Oakwood, Leon County, Texas.
iv: JOHN W. BAGGETT, b. January 23, 1884; d. October 05, 1900, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
v JAMES F. BAGGETT, b. February 19, 1885; d. October 17, 1885, buried Mount Pisgah, Oakwood, Leon County, Texas.
vi: ROBERT L. BAGGETT, b. November 08, 1890; d. March 29, 1894, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
vii: CALLIE MAY BAGGETT, b. June 17, 1893; d. December 23, 1893, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
viii: INFANT DAUGHTER BAGGETT, b. July 06, 1896; d. July 06, 1896, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
ix: RUBY MAE BAGGETT, b. March 28, 1909; d. December 08, 1951, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
6. CRAWFORD FULLER BAGGETT (SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born May 01, 1858 in Alabama, and died 1942 in Texas. He married MARY ETTA HAGLER, daughter of FRANCIS HAGLER and MARTHA BRADY. She was born September 05, 1857 in Barbour County, AL, and died 1926 in Texas. CRAWFORD FULLER BAGGETT and MARY ETTA HAGLER are buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Teague, TX.
HOPEWELL CEMETERY, Teague, Texas.
Baggett, Crawford F. 1858-1942.
Baggett, Mary A. 4-18-1834 -- 11-25-1916 (Mary Ann Lambert Baggett).
Baggett, Mary E. 1857-1925 (Crawford's wife).
Baggett, Oscar A. 1882-1918. (son of Crawford and Mary E. Baggett).
Baggett, John C. 1884-1959 (son of Crawford and Mary E. Baggett).
MAYS CEMETERY Traveling east from Fairfield, go about 16 or 17 miles and the road is on the left. If you are going West from Palestine on 84, take FCR 301 right past Pleasant Hill Children’s Home on the right. Go left to the stop sign. Lone Star Cemetery is on the left and Mays is right next to it at the bend in the road. This cemetery is a very old cemetery.
Minnie O. Baggett is listed on
these records as "daughter of C. F. and M.E. Baggett."
Mary Etta Hagler's mother is also buried in this cemetery: "HAGLER, Martha A. , April 19, 1826-October 31, 1876."
Children of CRAWFORD BAGGETT
and MARY HAGLER are:
IRENE BAGGETT, b. December 1880.
ii: JOHN CRAWFORD BAGGETT, b. 1884, d. 1959, buried Hopewell Cemetery, Teague, Texas.
iii: OSCAR A. BAGGETT, b. December 1885, d. 1918, buried Hopewell Cemetery, Teague, Texas.
iv: MATTIE GERTRUDE BAGGETT, b. February 1886.
v: MARY ELIZABETH "MAMIE" BAGGETT, b. August 1887; d. August 17, 1966, Nolan County, Texas.
Although at present there is no knowledge of Mary Elizabeth's marriage, the Texas Death Record shows her Marital Status as Married.
vi: MINNIE O. BAGGETT, b. September
02, 1889; d. October 02, 1889.
Also listed as Myrtle Ada.
The 1900 Census shows her as born 1892,
viii: GARLAND SILAS BAGGETT, b. May 1895.
Also listed as Silas Garland.
ix: ANNA RUTH BAGGETT, b. April 01, 1900, Oakwood, Leon Co. TX; d. March 18, 1990, Freestone Co. TX. Unmarried.
7. NANCY BAGGETT (SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born July 01, 1860 in Georgia. She married BOB HAGLER.
Child of NANCY BAGGETT and BOB
|i: WILL HAGLER.|
8. FRANKLIN J. BAGGETT (SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born March 01, 1862 in Georgia. He married ARMINDA "MINNIE" ANN MOORE, daughter of R. STANFORD MOORE and LOUCINDA MARIAH ROBERTSON. She was born December 19, 1867, and died January 11, 1945. R. STANFORD MOORE is buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Leon/Freestone County, Texas. LOUCINDA MARIAH ROBERTSON is buried at Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Leon County, Texas.
Children of FRANKLIN BAGGETT
and ARMINDA MOORE are:
ii: ANNIE MINNIE BAGGETT, m. BILL STILES.
iii: DOUGLAS GUY BAGGETT.
9. THOMPSON B. BAGGETT (SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born August 23, 1868 in La Grange, Troup Co. GA, and died in Oakwood, TX. He married (1) WILLIE LlOYD December 14, 1890 in Leon County, TX, daughter of JAMES R. LlOYD. She was born Abt. 1874 in Opalossa, AL, and died May 28, 1915 in Oakwood, TX. WILLIE LlOYD was buried in Oakwood, TX. He married (2) UNKNOWN HAGLER Abt. 1890 in Texas.
Notes for THOMPSON B. BAGGETT:
Thompson B. Baggett and Willie Lloyd were divorced before 1900. The 1900 Census shows them divorced. Both remarried. From a second marriage, Thompson had a son named Travis. The sons of Thompson and Willie were raised by her second husband, Hammett. Thompson may have married, second, a relative of either his sister Nancy's husband, Bob Hagler, or of his brother Crawford’s wife, Mary Etta Hagler (note: Mary had two sisters). The researcher does not know if Bob Hagler was related in any way to Mary Etta Hagler, as her only brother was named Henry.
LEON COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS
Groom: Baggett, T. B.
Bride: Lloyd, Willie.
Book A, Page 389.
Child of THOMPSON B. BAGGETT
and UNKNOWN HAGLER is:
|i: TRAVIS BAGGETT, b. December 10, 1904, Texas; d. May 19, 1951; buried Oakwood Cemetery, Oakwood TX.|
Children of THOMPSON B. BAGGETT
and WILLIE LLOYD are:
R. LLOYD BAGGETT, b. September 08, 1893, Palestine, TX; d. June 20, 1972,
iii: NEAL HOWARD BAGGETT, b. October 25, 1896, Texas; d. September, 1945, Dew, TX.
Notes for WILLIE LlOYD:
The Lloyds also came from the Georgia/Alabama area.
The marriage record above shows that Willie Lloyd first married Thompson B. Baggett. The Notes on
Thompson Baggett above also state that his sons were raised by his first wife's second husband. Willie
Lloyd married second, John Hammett, May 8, 1903. Their names are misspelled on the marriage record as
Hamett, John and Loyd, Willie (Leon County Marriage Records Book D, page 219). They had a son by this
Son of JOHN HAMMETT and WILLIE
|i: Jerry M. Hammett, b. April 14, 1908, died December 17, 1965. He was buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Leon/Freestone County, Texas.|
Generation No. 5
10. JULIAN STANFORD BAGGETT (FRANKLIN J.8, SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) He married SUE GAMEWELL.
Children of JULIAN BAGGETT and
SUE GAMEWELL are:
ii: DOROTHY SUE BAGGETT.
11. DOUGLAS GUY BAGGETT (FRANKLIN J.8, SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) He married LUCILLE AUTREY.
Children of DOUGLAS BAGGETT and
LUCILLE AUTREY are:
ii: DOUGLAS JAMES BAGGETT.
12. NEAL HOWARD BAGGETT (THOMPSON B.8, SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born October 25, 1896 in Texas, and died September 1945 in Dew, TX. He married EVALENA (LENA) RISNER September 30, 1916, daughter of GEORGE W. RISNER and LOU ETTA WILLIAMS. She was born August 23, 1893 in Berrys Creek, Williamson County, TX, and died May 11, 1974 in Long Beach, CA. NEAL HOWARD BAGGETT is buried in Dew Cemetery, Dew, Texas. EVALENA (LENA) RISNER is buried in Good Shepherd Cemetery, Huntington Beach, California
Notes for NEAL HOWARD BAGGETT:
Neal was very close to his half-brother, Jerry Hammett. Neal worked as an engineer for the railroad in Yuma, Arizona. He lived on a farm on Winterhaven Indian Reservation, California, where his son Jerry was born. During World War I, Neal served in the Army, and may have suffered from being gassed. He was described by kin as being "a true Texan through and through." The source of Neal's information is the Social Security Death Index and Dew Cemetery records.
Notes for EVALENA (LENA) RISNER:
Lena was buried as Lena Vernoy. (Source: Good Shepherd Cemetery records.)
Good Shepherd Cemetery is located on Beach Blvd. and Talbert in Huntington Beach, California. It is a Catholic Cemetery but all denominations are buried there. The oldest section dates back to the early 1900s.
Children of NEAL BAGGETT and
EVALENA RISNER are:
MARGARET BAGGETT, was born October 17, 1918 in Georgetown, Texas and died
February 7, 1980, in Redondo Beach, California. She is buried as Margaret
L. Karin next to her husband, Harvey Karin, in the Good Shepherd Cemetery,
Huntington Beach, California.
Kathryn was first named Chester Arthur for an uncle, but when she was older, she changed her name to Margaret Kathryn or Kathryn Margaret. She seems finally to have decided upon Kathryn Margaret and was known as Aunt Kitty by her niece and nephew. However, she may have changed her name one more time, this time to Margaret Lucille, which would explain her burial name, Margaret L. Karin. above.
ii: JERRY LEON BAGGETT, b. August 03, 1920, Winterhaven, CA; d. January 15, 1998, Huntington Beach, CA of COPD; m. LIVING STEWART, October 20, 1945, St. Louis, MO.
Jerry Leon Baggett was born on an Indian reservation: Yuma/Quechen Indian Reservation, Winterhaven, CA. At that time his father, Neal, was working for the Railroad in Yuma, AZ which was right across the border from Winterhaven. He was named after his father's half-brother (Jerry Hammett) and his mother's youngest brother, Leon Risner and was nicknamed "The Chief" for his military rank. His parents, Lena and Neal, divorced around 1925, and Jerry Leon never saw his father again. Lena remarried several times and had one more child, a son, Lewis Hardwick, Jr. Neal possibly married again, also, but it is not known whom he married. Jerry Leon Baggett served in the Navy for nearly 30 years, and was a veteran of Pearl Harbor. he was buried at sea by the Navy. He requested that his last voyage be from the same Port as his first voyage with the Navy -- San Diego, California. (Source: the living family of Jerry L. Baggett; Navy Records.)
13. JAMES R. LLOYD BAGGETT (THOMPSON B.8, SILAS MOSELY MESSER7, LAWRENCE "LARRY" JACKSON6, UZZIEL5, THOMAS B.4, NICHOLAS II3, NICHOLAS I2, JOHN1) was born September 08, 1893 in Palestine, TX, and died June 20, 1972 in Oakwood, TX. He married (1) CARRIE MAE SCHWALBE, daughter of WILLIAM SCHWALBE and LILLIAN WETZEL. She was born March 12, 1896 in Riesel, TX, and died January 16, 1923. He married (2) ETHEL JONES PACE September 27, 1963. She was born July 30, 1904.
JAMES R. LLOYD BAGGETT was also known as Pete. He may have been born in Oakwood, TX. James and Carrie had two children.
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