John Frederick Hagel Family
The family of John Frederick Hagel arrived in South Carolina in September1752, coming on the Upton. Hagel, at that time, had a wife and 4 children listed in the S.C. Colonial record as: George Christopher 10, John George 8, Mary Barbara 4, and John Andrew 18 months.
CHILDREN OF JOHN FREDERICK HAGEL
I. Christopher Stephen Hagel, born about 1742, moved in 1783 to Nova Scotia.
II. John George Hagel, born about 1744, died 22 April 1783, in Florida at end of Revolutionary War, wife named Mary Catherine.
III. Mary Barbara Hagel, born about 1748.
IV. John Andrew Hagel, born about 1751.
The 300 acre land grant of John Frederick Hagel was located near Prosperity, SC. A 200 acre part of this grant was sold in 1795 by William Dawkins Lane (for Christopher Hagle of Nova Scotia) to Daniel Dewalt (Newberry Deeds C-253). The remaining 100 acre part of the survey was sold in 1818 by William Beard and wife, Mary Catherine, to Frederick Hagle (Newberry Deeds P-2, p. 174).
Testimony about the lives of Christopher Stephen and John George Hoggle during of the Revolutionary War are given in an equity filed by Frederick Hogell, son of John George Hoggel, against John Smiley and Stephen Hogell (1818 Newberry Equities, Box 1, Pkg. 13). Both Christopher Stephen and John George Hoggle were said to have served in Loyalist forces at Fort Augusta, GA. Shortly after 1776 the father John Frederick Hogell died intestate. Christopher, also known as Stephen Hagel, moved to Nova Scotia and did not come back to S.C..
According to P. W. Coldham's "American Loyalist Claims, Vol. 1," Stephen Hoggle lost his wife and two sons within British lines after having been forced from home.
This family is described in "Our Hoggle Family, Descendants of John Frederick Hoggle, Immigrant from Germany to SC, 1752" by Bertha Jean Hoggle.
FAMILY OF JOHN FREDERICK HOGGLE
I. Christopher Stephen Hagel, born about 1742. In 1784, he was living at Country Harbour, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, serving as Private in Company of Capt. George Dawkins. At that time he was married and had a daughter, Jean, age 10 (M. J. Clark, "Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War," Vol. 1, P. 18).
A. Jean Hogle, born about 1774, is thought to have married Benjamin Hines and was known by the name of Ann. Benjamin served in Loyalist Forces in N.C. and was hospitalized in Wilmington (N.C. Historical Commission, English Records, Treasury Papers, Misc. North and South Carolina Refugees 1781-1782, BPRO Treasury 50, Bundle 5). The following list of children is taken from W. G. Hines, "A Partial List of the Descendants of Benjamin Hines of Country Harbour, Nova Scotia," (1984).
1. Joseph Hines, born 29 October 1789, died 1878, married Barbara Grant.
2. Elizabeth Hines, born 4 August 1792, died 16 February 1876.
3. Benjamin Hines, Jr., born 7 September 1798, died 31 July 1884, married Amy Pride. He is buried at Storemont Cemetery, Country Harbout, Nova Scotia.
4. Sarah Hines, married Edward Hodgson.
5. Christopher Hines, married Mary Hislop (from a Carolina family).
6. John Hines, born 6 March 1807.
7. Martha Ann Hines, married John Frude.
8. Lydia Hines, married Jacob Frude, brother of John Frude.
II. John George Hagel, born about 1744, died 22 April 1783, at St. Augustine, FL (Clark, Vol. 1, p. 7). John George Hagel's wife was named Mary Catherine. After the death of John George Hagel, the widow remarried William Beard.
Papers in the estate of Samuel Chapman, Sr., indicate that Catharine Beard was paid for store goods and labor in 1781 with reference made to the estate of George Hogle, dec'd.. (Newberry Estates 355-26).
A. Frederick Hogel, Sr., wife named Margaret, believed to be Margaret Kinard, born about 1770, died after 1850, daughter of Matthias Kinard, Sr. In 1838, the children of Frederick Hogel, Sr. deeded land to Mathias Kinard (Newberry Deeds AA-109). George Hogel was then of Perry County , AL, and Mathias and Frederick Hogel, Jr. were of Wilkes County , GA. The family of Frederick Hogel, Sr. settled in Greene (later Hale) County , AL, in a community that came to be known as Hogglesville.
1. George Hoggle, born 1802, died after 1870, married Nancy Kinard, born 1806, died after 1880, daughter of Mathias Kinard and wife Margaret. Both buried Pleasant Valley Methodist Church, Hale County , AL.
a. John Hoggle, born 2 January 1822, died 6 January 1899, married 5 December 1851, Sarah Ann Smith, born 13 October 1831, died 23 July 1890. Buried New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Hale County , AL.
b. Elizabeth Hoggle, born 11 April 1824, died 26 July 1902, married 17 November 1846, William Christopher Baker, born 1828, died 27 October 1863 (CSA).
c. Nancy Caroline Hoggle, born 1828 (AL), married 28 July 1846, John Peter (Jobe) Richardson, born 1821, son of Jonadab Richardson.
d. James F. Hoggle, born 1833, died 1863 (CSA), married 17 Aug 1856 , E. Rebecca Hoggle, born 1834, GA, died 1858, daughter of Mathias Hoggle and Sarah Richardson. Married 2) 29 December 1858, Mary E. Pinkston, born 15 July 1837 (MS), died 11 April 1908.
e. Peter Hoggle, born December 1834, died 11 May 1910, married 7 February 1864, Margaret E. Kinard, born 1839, died after 1880, daughter of Mathias Kinard and Mary Sims. Peter Hoggle buried Pleasant Valley Methodist Church cemetery.
f. William Hoggle, born December 1834, died 1915, married 5 Aug 1862, Mary Ann E. Weeks, born December 1835, died 22 February 1922, daughter of J. and Polly Weeks. Both buried New Hope Baptist Church cemetery.
g. Hugh H. Hoggle, born 1838, died about 1869, married 23 January 1862, Matilda A. Horn, born 23 November 1838, died 28 December 1924.
h. Catherine Pernecia Maria Hoggle, born 18 March 1839, died 23 January 1923, married 8 January 1867 (Perry County , AL), William J. Pinkston.
i. George W. Hoggle, Jr., born 26 February 1842, died 28 July 1905, married 5 March 1868, Mary Ann McFarland, born 25 September 1847, died 25 February 1923, daughter of James McFarland and Rosannah Smith. Both buried Pleasant Valley Methodist Church cemetery.
j. Daniel Hoggle, born July 1844, married 24 December 1865, Artencia C. Pinkston, born April 1841, died 9 June 1911. Both buried New Hope Baptist Church cemetery.
2. Mathias Hoggle, born 1805, died after 1870, married Sarah Richardson, born 1803, died 4 September 1884, daughter of Frederick Richardson and Mary Payne. Moved to Wilkes County , GA about 1828, then to Perry (later Hale) County , AL before 1840. They were charter members of New Hope Baptist Church.
a. Catherine Hoggle, born 1826, married 22 August 1842, William Larkin Guy, born 1822.
b. John E. Hoggle, born 13 August 1829, died 8 September 1912, married 1) 18 January 1855, Amanda Catherine Kinard, born 7 November 1833, died 5 May 1893; married 2) 2 October 1818, Rebecca Stephens, born 1847, died 1914. Both buried New Hope Baptist Church cemetery, Hale County , AL.
c. E. Rebecca Hoggle, born 1834, died 1858, married 17 August 1856, James F. Hoggle, born 1833, died 1863 (CSA).
d. Son Hoggle. Died young.
e. E. Frances Hoggle, born 1836, died after 1880, married 2 November 1861, John A. Thompson, born January 1838. Lived in Tuscaloosa County , AL.
3. Frederick Hoggle, Jr., born 1809, died 4 May 1872, married Sophia Richardson, born 1810, died after 1860, daughter of Frederick Richardson and Mary Payne. Lived in Wilkes County , GA, then moved to Perry (later Hale) County , AL before 1840.
a. Margaret Hoggle, born 1834, died 11 October 1895, married 18 January 1866, John Sampson Stephens, born 1830.
b. George Hoggle, born 25 November 1834, died December 1913, married 25 January 1857, Rosanna Clary, born 1835.
c. Andrew Hoggle, born 1838, died 17 August 1863, Cleveland, TN (CSA), married 26 November 1858, Artencia C. Pinkston, born April 1841, died 9 June 1911.
d. Catherine Hoggle, born 1846, died before 1870, married 1 October 1867, John Engram Clary, born 7 July 1842, died 6 March 1904. Both buried New Hope Baptist Church cemetery, Hale County , AL.
e. John (Jack) Hoggle, born 1848, died 1910, married 1) Malinda Gooden, born 1896; married 2) 24 January 1877, Sarah E. Smelly, born March 1848, died 1928. John and second wife buried family cemetery at Hoggle's Ridge, Haleyville, Winston County , AL.
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Bio last updated on: 29 December, 2001