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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.
well this was on a google search.. Search Results Georgia genealogical magazine: Issues 103-110 books.google.com1987 – Snippet view … NE unknown, [signed] GEORGE VANDIVER. Wit: JOHN MITCHELL, ROBERT P0RTW00D, who swore by oath 13 Jan 1802 before JOHN HARRIS, JP … Continue reading
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS PRINTED BY ORDER OF … – Google Books. debt robert fields a cherokee owed Israel Blagg
Isriel Blagg, an old and honorable citizen died at his residence on Flint Creek last Saturday morning. Age seventy years. Fayetteville Democrat 2/2/1882
So, I found some new Blagg info and as usual it creates as many questions as it answers. First off, I was looking at the NARA site and found WIlliam and John Blagg listed with a Cherokee application. Surprisingly just … Continue reading
Ever feel you’re just opening a can of worms when you go back and see if there’s new info on an ancestor? Well, I usually do. Here’s a case in point: Israel Blagg. ( Beware sarcasm below!)