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101 "Martha gift med Hans( Arentsen?) Algerøy f. 1628. Martha var død(sal. Martha Hans Algerøys barn) i 1695.
Var Martha gift med Hans Arentsen Algerøy 38 år i 1666?. Det er forhold som tyder på det. Martha var død da skiftet etter faren ble holdt i 1695, samt at Ole Skoge var satt til verge for "Sal.Martha Hans Algerøys" barn så må også ektemannen være død i 1695, ellers ville han vært den naturlige formynder for barnet..... Hans Arentsen er ikke nevnt etter 1691 og han antas derfor å være den Hans Algerøy som var gift med Martha. Det finnes ikke så mange andre mulige alternativer på Algerøy. Mulige etterkommere til Hans (Arentsen?) og Martha Olsdtr.: Ole Hansen Landro. Den Hans Hansen Algerøy (som døde i ca1731) hvis oppførte alder i 1701 er 40 år er muligens (halv)bror til Ole Hansen Landro(død i 1742). Ole Hansen Landro etterlot seg en sønnesøn Nils Hansen (søn av Hans Olsen Algerøy som døde i 1736), en sønn Hans Olsen og ei dotter Synneve Olsdtr. iht skifte etter han i 1742 (se i pantebok 5 i NHL).

Gårdspartene i Nore Toft i Sund er der fordelt mellom arvingene. Det er også vert å merke seg en bøkselseddel som er notert i 1733 i Tgbok 39 for NHL der er kun Ole Landro nevnt i tillegg kjente sundssokninger + Jens Olsen Vindenes som eiere. Anders Olsen Lerøy er den som bykslet eiendommen på Nore Toft i Sund, han giftet seg jo med dattera til Ingebrigt Olsen Nore Toft og Astri Endresdtr." Sammenfattet av Jostein Børnes 
Hamre, Martha Olsdtr. (I5881)
 
102 "Noch læst Niels Hambris udgifne Schiøde til sin Stifsøn Vincentz Endresen, sampt hans hustru Anne Knudsdatter paa 1/4 Part udi den LaxeWaag SchratHolm i Sartor Schibrede med Wisse indførte conditioner intil Niels Hambris død Dat/eret Hambre d/en 11. Junij 1706. Noch læst bemelte Niels Hambris gifne testament med Wisse conditioner intil Niels Hambris død til hans datter Karen Nielsdatter paa 1/4 part udi den LaxeWaag SchratHolm i Sartor Schibrede Dateret Hambre d/en 11. Junij 1706."

Wincentz fikk barn så sent som i 1729. 
Tyssøy, Wincentz Endres. (I4709)
 
103 "Ole Johannesen Tyrnevik gift 1 gang med Salmi Eriksdtr. (Hummelsund) og 2 gong med Barbro Larsdtr, (som opprinnelig kom fra Aurland i Sogn). Barbro Larsdtr. fra Veum i Aurland og mannen hennar Peder Rognaldsen fra Ohnstad i Aurland flyttet ca 1755 til Kuvikjo i Fitjar fra Aurland og bodde der en ca 15 års tid. Da Peder Rognaldsen døde omlag 1771 må Barbro Larsdtr. tatt resten av familien sin og flyttet til Kausland i Sund til dattera som var gift der. Forholdet mellom enken Barbro Larsdtr og stesønnene på Tyrnevik kan ikke ha vært spesielt godt. Da hun giftet seg fra relativt små kår inn i den velstående familien til Ole Johannesen, for i 1787 er det skifte etter henne på Vorland i Sund. Barbro Larsdtr. har vel nærmest blitt jaget fra Tyrnevik i 1784. Barbro bodde da hos dattera si Gunille Pedersdtr. som var gift for 3 gong med Jens Nilsen fra Nedre Børnes." Sammenfattet av Jostein Børnes.
Barbara var datter av Lars Simonsen og Gunhild Tørrisdtr. 
Veum, Barbra Larsdtr. (I3871)
 
104 "Ole Wincentzson Hamre vart mykje brukt som lagrettesmann i perioden 1650-omlag 1690. Det kan også se ut som om OWH må ha vært en av de meir velstående bønder på denne tid. Td så kan nevnes at OWH lånte Henrik Wessel 150 riksdaler som da pantsette gården Vorland. Brevet er datert Glesnesholmen 3 feb. 1677, og står notert i tingbok for NHL nr. 21 av 1682. Iht. orginalskifte av 29.07-1695 på Levåg på Fitjar, er det oppgitt at OWH eide parter i gårdene Nore Toft/Hammersland i Sund og Opsal i Strandvik. En vet også at OWH eide deler av Sørstrøno på Os i en periode på slutten av 1600-talet. I 1690 så står Ole Hamre og Anders Bakka arvinger oppført som eiere av noe av gården" Sammenfattet av Jostein Børnes. Hamre, Ole Wincentz. (I5876)
 
105 "Olive" fremdeles på farmen i 1930 med sønnen Ole H. Midstokke og familien, og datteren Hilda i Sharon, Steele, ND. Midstokke, Olina Olsdtr. (I30789)
 
106 "Samuel J. McAfee Died of Blood Poison
Prominent Elderly Farmer Died Sunday Night After Brief Illness.

Samuel J. McAfee, seventy-nine, a prominent Lancaster township pioneer, died at his home just south of Kingsland, at 10:30 Sunday night, after a shot illness with blood posoning in his right arm, which developed from a slight cut received while butchering on last Wednesday. He passed away a short time after submitting to an operation for the opening of the infected member, which was resorted to as the only means of saving his life. It is probable that the illness would not have been fatal in a younger man.

Mr. McAfee cut the third finger of his right hand while helping to butcher, but gave the wound no attention as it was scarcely more than a scratch. His hand had been criplled several years ago when he lost two joints of the second finger when the digit caught in a heavy pulley. The blood poison began to develop on Friday and he became worse rapidly until on Sunday Mr. McAfee's arm was in a terribly swollen condition. A consultation was held over him on Sunday afternoon and the operation for opening the infected area was decided on. The poson had gained too great a hold on his system, however, and the operation proved of no avail.

Mr. McAfee was born in Pittsurg on December 29, 1839, the son of James and Rachael (Dinsmore) McAfee, natives of County Antrim, Ireland and of Scotch covenanter descent. They moved to Wayne County, OH, a short time after the birth of the decedent. His moter passed away in 1844 and in 1853 he came to Wells County, IN with his father and settled in Lancaster township, near where his present home is located.

Mr. McAfee was married on September 28. 1865 to Miss Rachel Nelson, a native of Wells County, IN and a daughter of James Nelson and wife, of Lanxaster township, who were pioneer settlers of the county. She was a sister of the late Solomon Nelson, of this city. Mrs. McAfee died on November 9, 1871, leaving two daughers. One daughter, Etta A., the widow of William Wasson, of Lancaster township, survives her father and the other, Ella, passed away in young womanhood.

Mr. McAfee was married a second time, September 29, 1873, to Miss Catherine Maddux, who was the daughter of Jacob Maddux and wife, of Lancaster townshop. Two sons were born to this union, Ernest W. and Marion J. McAfee, both of whom survice. The decedent made his home with the last named son, who lived on his father's farm, just south of Kingsland. Mrs. McAfee has been dead for a number of years.

Besides the daughter and sons Mr. McAfee is survived by five grandhilcren and one great-grandchild, the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lantz Wasson, of Lancaster township. He also leaves a brother and sister, namely: William J. McAfee of this city, who just recently returned from a winter visit to Georgia, and Maria McAfee who keeps house for her brother-in-law, James Earl, just north of Murray." 
McAfee, Samuel James (I22135)
 
107 "Skiftet etter Ole Erichs. Toftetræet ble holdt i 1814. Det står ikke noe om avdødes alder, men han etterlot seg enken Anne Johannesdatter, og de hadde to døtre, Anne Olsdatter, gift med Iver Knutsen Tofteraa, og Kari Olsdatter, 26 år gammel. Det står ikke noe om fødested i skiftet, men i den sjømilitære rullen står han oppført som født i 1751 i "Søelegd", og da han giftet seg i 1775 var han O. E. Glæsnes. I rullen 1749-1777 finner vi at en Ole Erichsen, 1/2 år gammel, registreres i 1751. Faren Erik Joensen Glæsnes var 28 år i 1749." Yngve Nedrebø, Statsarkivar. Glæsnes, Ole Erichs. (I1459)
 
108 "Skiftet ettet Hans Steffensen Hamre viser at det ble holdt 22. juli 1801, og at han etterlot seg mange barn og barnebarn, men jeg kan ikke se at det gir pekepinner mot hans eget opphav. Derimot ser vi av den sjømilitære rullen i 1777 at han var født i 1734 i "søelegd", og at han var kommet til Hamre i 1757. Når vi går til rullen 1749-1777 ser vi at Hans Steffensen Bjelkarøy var 15 år i 1749, at han i 1751 som 17-åring ble flyttet over til tjenestedyktig mannskap, men at han ble strøket under Bjelkarøy noen år seinere, dog uten at det står hvor han flyttet. men navn og fødselsår stemmer, slik at det virker rimelig sannsynlig at Hans Steffensen Bjelkarøy, født ca. 1734, er identisk med Hans Steffensen Hamre, født ca. 1734, og at han har flyttet og giftet seg i 1757. Skiftet etter Brite Steffensdatter Bjelkarøy ble holdt 12. juni 1789. Hun etterlot seg myndig sønn Michel Jacobsen, umyndig datter Elie, og datteren Marthe, gift med Mons Bache. Heller ikke her er det gitt opplysninger som peker mot slektskap med Hans Steffensen Hamre, men siden det var myndige arvinger, har behovet for å hente inn formyndere eller kuratorer utenfra vært fraværende." Statsarkivar Yngve Nedrebø.

I skiftet etter broren Per i 1787 i Bukken, der broren Mons bodde, var arvingene søsknene Mons Bukken, Hans Hamre og Brita Bjelkarøyna. Kilde: Sund på Søre Sotra, band 1, s. 116, Bjelkarøyna, br. 3. 
Bjelkarøy, Hans Stephens. (I642)
 
109 "Soga om Fusa - Hålandsdal og Strandvik" av O.B.Skaathun (bd.III s. 340) Gjøen, Oluff Torbjørns. (I15611)
 
110 "som ei er ved sin rette forstand". Nedremyr, Guri Sveinsdtr. (I13954)
 
111 "Store-Samson", los. Aarland, Samson Lars. (I2385)
 
112 "vit. cordia. + pluritis" (lung disease) Sjölin, Ellen Gertrud Constantia (I23764)
 
113 "William Glenn was born in 1822 in Mohican township. His father was one of the pioneers of Ashland county having emigrated from Harford county, Maryland, in 1818. His home was a log cabin and was surrounded on all sides by the forest. Here the subject of this sketch was born. He remained on the farm until after he was thirty years of age, and many an old oak fell beneath the heavy blows of his ax. The forest gradually gave way and in its place waving fields of grain were to be seen.
"September 23, 1852, Mr. Glenn married Miss Caroline Ewing, a daughter of William Ewing, of Vermillion township, another of Ashland county's pioneers, having came here from Pennsylvania in 1813. Mr. Glenn with his wife moved to Green township, on a farm owned by his father. There they remained four years when he purchased a farm in Milton township and moved there. Two years later he sold his farm and returned to his mother's farm in Mohican township. The next year he bought a farm in Mohican township and lived on it five years at the end of which time he sold and moved to a farm owned by his father-in-law in Montgomery township. At the end of another year bought a farm in Mohican township which he made his home for years."
In their old years Mr. and Mrs. Glenn moved to Ashland where they remained nine years when they moved to Jeromeville and made their home with their son Lewis, proprietor of the Jeromeville hotel. Mrs. Glenn died fifteen months ago.
Four children, three sons and one daughter, survive -Lewis, Jeromeville; William Jr., Beach City; Joshua Glenn and Mrs. A. E. Slocum, Ashland"

Children:

Robert Lewis Glenn, 1853– 1918
Joshua N Glenn, 1856– 1924
William W. Glenn jr, 1858– 1912
Sarah Catherine Slocum, 1862– 1924 
Glenn, William (I28853)
 
114 "William Lucas lived in that part of Surry County which was very close to Charles City (later Prince George), and died there in 1717. He married Grace Beckwith, daughter of Marmaduke and Maudlin (Creed) Beckwith of Surry Co. She died 1720. The will of William Lucas was dated Oct. 1, 1716 and probated December 18, 1717 (D. & W. 1715-30, p. 79), that of Grace Lucas was dated December 22, 1719 and probated February 17, 1719/20 (Id., p. 249)."

"Lucas, William: Leg. -- To my son, William, the Plantation where he now lives. To Ed. Ellis line -- 300 acres and two negroes, clothing, 1000 nails, goods when they come from England. To son, Charles all the rest of the Land three negroes bed etc. also goods sent for to England, etc. To Daniel Eelbank all that he is indebted to me and bed where he lodges at my new dwelling house until he is married. To grandson William Lucas 6 ells of dowlas. To daughters, Ann & Elizabeth one shilling. To daughter, Grace, pewter dishes etc. To daughter, Hannah, one negro. To Daughter, Mary, pewter dishes. Makes wife, Grace Lucas, and son Charles, exers. 1 Oct. 1716. Prob. Dec. 18, 1717. Wit: Daniel Eelbank, Henry Harrison, Thos. Bentley. Book 7 - Page 79."

"William Lucas of Surry was probably related to Roger and Walter Lucas, who appear in the records of Charles City Co." Sources: Charles City Co. O.., 1655-65, pp. 117, 121; Wm. and Mary Quarterly, 1st Series, Vol. IV, p. 168.

Sources: Southside Virginia Families, Vol. II, by John bennett Boddie, p. 308-309; Virginia Wills and Administrations 1632-1800 compiled by Clayton Torrence; Early Wills 1765-1799 Mecklenburg County Virginia compiled by Katherin B. Elliott; Wills and Administrations of Surry County Virginia 1671-1750 by Eliza Timberlake Davis; Revolutionary War Records Mecklenburg County Virginia compiled by Katherine B. Elliott.

Elizabeth Lucas married the much older Henry Briggs.

Charles Lucas married Mary, daughter of Benjamin Evans of Prince George County, VA. In her last will Mary Evans Lucas leaves property to her two sons William and John. This John Lucas was Captain of the Revolutionary War and is said to have been with George Washington's troops at the surrender of Cornwallis. He married Mary Ropeta; their son Major John Lucas b. Surrey Co, Va 1743, d. Sparta, Hancock Co, Georgia, also served in the Rev War as Major of the 3rd Geogia Regiment. His son John or Jonathan Lucas b. 1765 married Mary Simmons, daughter of Wm. Simmons, Rev War soldier. 
Lucas, William (I27656)
 
115 'Bosted 1910:' Jægersminde 7, Breiviken. 'Innflyttet:' 1890. Bosted 1920-22: Breivik. Landsvik, Johannes Anders. (I31087)
 
116 'Ekkja Anna Johannesdtr. vart so åleine brukar att (på Høyspolen) då sonen døydde i 1799. Anna hadde bruket til 1807 då ho flutte til tingstova på Buena som sonekona [Berta Marie] nett hadde flutt ut or. Her døydde ho i 1809.' Norstraumen, Anna Johannesdtr. (I11838)
 
117 'Lars Johannessson Høyspolen vart brukar saman med mori i 1791. G.1792 Berta Marie Pedersdtr. frå Sogndal, f.ikr. 1760. Born: Johannes f.1794, Anna f.1797, Guro f.1799. Ein gut døydde ung. Lars dreiv fiske likeins som faren' .... 'Lars greidde seg tolleg godt, men han måtte i fleire år bu i tingstova på Buena [under Søvik] då det ikkje var rom for både mori sitt folk [ho hadde truleg nokre systre buande hos seg] og han i den vesle stova heime på Høyspolen'. 'Lars døydde alt i 1799, og ekkja vart i nokre år verande på Buena. Ikring 1806 flutte ho med borni frå bygdi, og me veit ikkje kvar det vart av dei'. (Dei flutte til Sund). Høyspolen, Lars Johannes. (I11784)
 
118 'Marislekta' Mari var sansynlig datter av Anna Olsdatter Tosterud fra Feiring og Nils Madsen Knai. De giftet seg i 1825. Anna var først gift med Jon Gulliksen, i 1803. Buraas, Mari Nilsdtr. (I17074)
 
119 (1) Gerritje Sol 1848 at Sloten
(2) Gerritje Gijze 1863 at Sloten
(3) Maria de Wit 1874 at Sloten 
Bothe, Dirk (Theodorus) (I32826)
 
120 (DN XXI nr 672). 'Gottskalk, biskop på Hólar, Island, kunngjør et arveskifte foretatt 4.3.1497 mellom ham selv på den ene side, på vegne av hans mor Herborg Bårdsdotter og hans brødre Peder og Guttorm Nikulassønner, og på den annen side Orm Eiriksson, borger i Stavanger, og Hans Marteinsson på Aga, på vegne av Herborgs søster Gyrid Bårdsdotter og hennes døtre Ingerid, Astrid ? Orm Eirikssons hustru - og Gudrun - Hans Marteinssons hustru. Skiftet gjelder en rekke gardparter i Hardanger, Voss, Sunnhordland og Ryfylke. De jorder som tilfalt Gyrid og Herborg med deres arvinger, oppregnes.' Mellom det som fordeles er 1,5 løp smør og 2 huder i 'Vinea a voss'. Steinnes (Steinnes Asgaut: Nokre Galtung-problem, Norsk Slektshistorisk Tidsskrift, bind XVIII, 1962, side 28f) mente at dette var det samme som de fem matabolene i 1484. Videre at det ikke kunne være tvil om at denne Orm Erikson er den samme som i dokumentet fra 1484. Torsnes, Gottskalk Nils. (I21274)
 
121 (hun var g.1g 1701 og 3 g i 1725) Schaathun: Soge for Fusa-Hålandsdalen og Strandvik bd.4 s 524 Baldersheim, Agate Engelsdtr. (I25471)
 
122 (Jan) Christoffer(l) Meijer, witnessed several of the childrens christenings. Another witness in Jan Godvried Meijer, and often Anna Christina Huune, the grandmother on the childrens mothers side. Meijer, Jan Augustus (I24014)
 
123 (jf. Fjellb. V s. 232). Toftetræet, Herborg Halvorsdtr. (I112)
 
124 (Research):Født i Tacoma, USA, kom til Norge 1908. Kongens Fortjenstmedalje i gull i 1972.
 
Clausen, Conrad Gudrow (I10142)
 
125 (se skifte i NHL 6b 1779-83 fol 812) Toft, Marja Ingebrigtsdtr. (I5934)
 
126 (se skifte i NHL 9a 1794-97 fol 311b)
Alle dei sju borna døde små, og på skifta etter Ola og Mari var arvingane søskena eller deira born, mellom andre Ingebrigt Anderson som vart brukar etter dei på Lerøyna. 
Lerøy, Ole Ols. (I7909)
 
127 -------> Oegstgeest van den Burg, Anna (I19671)
 
128 0904 1404 m Kari Abrahamsdr Kippervig 71 Aar Kippervig 1844 Hjellestad, Berthe Abrahamsdtr. (I1122)
 
129 1 ggm med enkemann Steffen Kristofferson Lillevik f.ca. 1622-d1686 (busatt på Gjerdevik/Vik) 2 gong 26.6.1687 med Sten Andersen Lillevik (Strandvik Sokn)f. Håvik 1668-d.1755 Hamre, Ågot Olsdtr. (I5880)
 
130 1 Jun 1817 Family F185
 
131 1. Husband of Sarah Jane — married 28 May 1690 in New Jersey, Monmouth, New Jersey
2. Husband of Jane Nickson — married about 1694 in Salem, Salem, New Jersey
3. Husband of Hannah Redney — married 30 May 1699 in Salem, Salem, New Jersey

"William Thompson, son of Andrew Thompson by Isabel his wife was borne in Ireland in the County and ??? of Wickelow the 9th day of the 8th month 1669." Source: U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935 for William Thompson.

"William settled inland on 900 acres at the head of Alloway Creek. William built a bridge across the creek, so the village became Thompson's Bridge. He purchased a large tract of land located near Thompson's bridge, now Allowaystown, Monmouth Twp. Salem Co. New Jersey, later settling in Mannington Twp. Salem Co. New Jersey."
Source: WikiTree 
Thompson, William (I27532)
 
132 1. Property, 13 Oct 1727, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1676 William Hagood received a patent of 330 acres on the north side of Maherin River and on the west side of Briery Creek in Brunswick Co, VA (Patent book 13, p188). [Note this is the same date as his father's land grant]
2. Property, 20 Dec 1727, Surry County, Virginia Colony. 944 William is not mentioned in his father George's will. However, he did in fact inherit the lands that his father owned. Mr Jonathan B Butcher, a professional researcher who did much of the research on the Hagood family in Virginia, says "To see why [the will of George Hagood] is misleading it is necessary to understand somewhat of the laws and customs of the time. Virginia law in the colonial era very strongly favored the customs of primogeniture, by which all lands belonging to a deceased person passed intact to the eldest son, unless otherwise bequeathed. Because it was thus presumed that the eldest son would inherit the land we sometimes find Wills where neither this son or the land is mentioned. This is apparently the case here, for George did not bequeath his land in the will, but later we find that this land was inherited by William Hagood. Thus the purpose of the will was merely to bequeath the personal property, particularly the testator's guns."
3. Property, 6 Feb 1733, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1677 William's parentage is implied by a deed of lease and release dated 6-7 Feb 1733, which was a standard but somewhat confusing way of transferring title. The lease segment reads as follows: "This Indenture made this Sixth day of ffebruary in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred & thirty three between Wm Hagood of Brunswick County ... and John Hagood of the said County ... Witnesseth that the said Wm Hagood for ... the sum of five Shillings Sterling ... hath ... sold ... unto sd. John Hagood .. percel or tract of Land Containing three hundred & forty five acres ... on the North side of Meherrin River ... beginning at a Red & White Oake Near Totero Creek ... the sd. percell of Land being Granted to Geo Hagood by patten dated the (blank) ... to hold ... during the term of one year .... (signed) William Hagood." Witnessed by M C Young and James Vaughan. No additional payment was noted in the release deed, therefore the whole transfer was basically a gift from William to his brother John. (Brunswick Co Record Book 1, p95)
4. Appearance in Document, 5 Dec 1735, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1676 The inventory of the estate of James Vaughn was sworn to "before Mr William Hagood". So either William is a county official, or this is intended to mean that William was the person who made the inventory. (Record Book 1, p250)
5. Property, 1 Apr 1736, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1676 William Hagood sold 130 acres of land on the west side of Briery Creek "beloe my plantation" for 5 shillings to George Hagood Jr (his brother). (Patent Book 1, p263)
6. Property, 20 Jul 1738, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1678 William received a grant of 250 acres on the north side of Briery Creek. (Patent Book 18, p35) This tract, although not formally patented, and the remaining 200 acres of the earlier patent are referred to in a mortgage deed William made to Theophilus Field for £45 on 1 Jun 1738 (Book 1, p365) witnessed by Drury Stith, Moses Dunkley and Clem Read. Mr Field recorded a release from this mortgage on 3 Nov 1743 (Book 2, p402). This land may have been sold by William to Thomas Twitty in 1743 (Deed Book 2, p377), with his wife, Mary, supposedly co-signing the deed.
7. Property, 12 Jan 1746, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1678 William received a grant of 404 acres on the south side of Stith's Creek (Patent Book 28, p53). This grant was made in Brunswick Co, but the land fell into Lunenburg County when Lunenburg was formed in 1746, which explains why William does not appear on the surviving Brunswick tithe list of 1748.

Stith Creek is now in the NE corner of Mecklenburg Co.
8. Appearance in Document, 19 Feb 1747, Lunenburg County, Virginia, United States. Deed witnessed by Wm Hagood and John Twitty. (Lunenburg Co Deeds)
9. Appearance in Document, 1748, Lunenburg County, Virginia, United States. 1678 William appears in the tithe list in Lunenburg Co, VA, in 1748, 1749, 1751, and 1752 (lists Wm Jr only).
10. Property, 2 May 1748, Lunenburg County, Virginia, United States. 1678 William Hagood of Lunenburg Co sold the 404 acre grant on the south side of Stith's creek to James Williams for £47 10 s (Lunenburg Co Deed Bk 2, p371).
11. Story, After 1748. 1679 William Hagood does not appear in any Lunenburg Co records after 1748. He does not appear in any deeds of Mecklenburg Co (the area where he lived became Mecklenburg Co when it was formed from Lunenburg Co in 1765). There is no probate record for him in either county. Perhaps William and his sons economic status declined so they did not own land anymore, perhaps they had moved to a different state [two of his sons appear in Johnston Co and Warren Co, NC. There are references to a William Hagwood in Bute Co in 1775.], or perhaps they had died. The next available tithe list for Lunenburg Co is 1764 and lists no Hagood.
12. Appearance in Document, Feb 1754, Brunswick County, Virginia, United States. 1679 William Hagood appears as plaintiff in a lawsuit in Brunswick Co. This could be William Jr instead of William Sr. (Brunswick Co Order Bk 5, p168, p210)

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Hagewood, William (I27615)
 
133 1.5.1813: Henricus Kok, 24 years old, Landbouwer, married to Anna de Lange, 20 years old.
 
de Lange, Anna (I24042)
 
134 1.ggm. Gaute Jakobson søre Tufto, Ustedalen. Åker, Anne Larsdtr. (I14160)
 
135 10 barn, Henry, Bertha, William, Gilmon, Mrs. Brace, Oliver, Mrs. Everson, Hannah Marehand, Lawrence og Bennie Solem. Ifølge Hol III s. 440 og Hall. hft. 166, s. 6 gjekk det ikkje så godt med etterkomarane deira. Solem, Ola Halverson (I14276)
 
136 10 born Svensdal, Marta Hansdtr. (I13507)
 
137 10/11,1754,dødf.søn,Brynulf Olsen,SteeneTræet,Anne Mortensd,, Solheim, Anna Mortensdtr. (I12549)
 
138 11 born, men ingen barneborn. Lauvås, Kari Karlsdtr. (I21759)
 
139 11 born, to døtre levde opp. Landro, Brita Ellingsdtr. (I15004)
 
140 11 children Broekhoff, Johannes Hendricus (I32790)
 
141 11 døtre, fem reiste til USA. Synneve og Emilie var de eneste som levde opp og ble i Norge. Storebø, Erik Elias. (I17543)
 
142 11 uger Remme, Anne Matiasdtr. (I26983)
 
143 11-06-1681 huurder Piter Jans van Hogeveen, verhuurder Charlotta van Ledenbrech. Huysinge ende hoffstede met 18 mergen soo wey-, hoy- als henniplant; 4 mergen soo wey-, hoy- als henniplant; Gerverscop

21-05-1692 Schuldenaar f 1.640,- vanwege landpacht, Piter Janss van Hogeveen, Gerverscop. Schuldeiser Charlotta van Ledenberch (wed. Johan de Casenbroot) voor huysinge ende hoffstede met 18 mergen soo wey-, hoy- als henniplant; 6 mergen te Breudyck; 4 mergen te Gerverscop. 
Hoogeveen, Pieter Jansz (I33442)
 
144 12 10 1865 Andreas Bertels. ungk 1837 Askvoll Prestøy 1 Anne Christine Hansd. 0 1841 Askvoll Olset 1 1428 Family F5028
 
145 12 år i 1666 Nore Bj, 30 i 1701 Søre Bj. Samme mann? Bjorøy, Peder Jacobs. (I21684)
 
146 12 år på skiftet etter faren 1. august 1749. Intet at arve.
Hun var fadder for Elling Monsen og Ingeborg Larsdatters sønn Johannes i KK 1761. 
Paasche, Guri Jørgensdtr. (I26579)
 
147 12 barn som gjekk for både Oddsen og Sund til etternavn, fleire utvandra. Sund, Odd Daniels. (I17894)
 
148 12 born Forland, Arne Hans. (I2104)
 
149 12 born Brattåker, Pål Ols. (I14445)
 
150 12 children.
Arrived in New York 1964, lived in Sacramento. 
van den Burg, Martinus Leonardus (I30335)
 

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