Just came across a reference to Israel Blagg:
Miller’s Weekly Messenger
Editor, John Miller and Son.
Abstracted by G. Anne Sheriff
October 20. 1810
John C. Calhoun elected to Congress from united districts of Abbeville, Laurens and Newbury.
George Butler is re-electedf rom united districtso f Edgefield,B arnwell and Beaufort.
Sheriffs Sale. Pendleton Court House. First Monday and Tuesday in November. Check newspaper dates
before and after this sale. Many times they are listedfor severql weeks.
240 acres, property of John Adair Jr.; suit of William Shaw vs. William Thompson and Adair.
Two young mares, property of Israel Blagg; suit of Stephen Fuller and Stephen Anderson.
170 acres, property of Benjamin Ragsdale; suit of James Cochran Jr. vs. William Montgomery, James
Williams, and Benjamin Ragsdale.
100 acres on Brushy Creek, property of John Elias Phillips; suit of John Sutton.
170 acres on Georges Creek, Charles Waters lives and owns; suit of Horatio Griffin.
Patrick Norris, S. P. D
This would be the older Israel Blagg and would probably be the one on the Indian Removal petitions. I’m very curious as to where he fits.