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In 1801 a John Blagg signed a petition to create anew county (probably Anderson) from Knox and Granger in Tennessee. source http://www.tngs.org/ansearchin/pdf/1992-3.pdf
So why does William blagg’s 1812 Land grant show Joseph Blagg BROTHER and other heirs? There doesn’t seem to be a “Joseph” who is his brother anywhere else. So, is Joseph someone’s middle name, a new brother or what? “legend” … Continue reading
A letter regarding Lillian Blagg from Blind Workers in U. S. Industries: Photographs and Letters from their Employers (1943):
The last post I made had a reference to Thomas West (Father of Thomas Renshaw West) living at some point in Jackson County AL. Just noticing that this is the same area that we find the elder Israel Blagg on … Continue reading
Israel and John Blagg in Tennesse also in 1837 Tax List 1837 District 9 – Hamilton County, Tennesse – presented by Genealogy Trails
Tax List 1837 District 9 – Hamilton County, Tennesse – presented by Genealogy Trails.
Israel and John Blagg in Tennessee in 1836 The National Cemetery – – Hamilton County Genealogy and History – presented by Genealogy Trails
The National Cemetery – – Hamilton County Genealogy and History – presented by Genealogy Trails.
Lucille Blagg would have been 100 today. Happy birthday Grandma, miss you.
From Braille Monitor April 1959 Our Kansas affiliate suffered another great loss with the passing of Miss Lillian Blagg, who had been its recording secretary for more than 14 years. Miss Blagg was one of the first blind people to … Continue reading
This contains some interesting information on the Granddaughter and family of Elizabeth Jane Blagg who married Richard Fields of the Cherokee. There seems to be connections between the Fields, Blaggs, Muskrats, and Eatons so just thought this might give some … Continue reading