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Notes for Samuel Bagley, III
pg 23 Athens County 1820 census, next to Samuel Bagley Sr. is Samuel Bagley Jr. Males to 10=3; 26-45=1 Females to 10=3 26-45=1 (engaged in Manufacturing. There are 2 sons unaccounted for.
1886 History of Morgan County, pg. 523..."Samuel Bagley, father-in-law of Mr. Grey, was a native of Rhode Island, and came from Vermont to Athens County in 1819, and from thence to Deavertown in 1825. He was by trade a tanner and currier and died in Deavertown in 1863. He reared a family of fifteen children, eleven of whom are living. James, the historical oracle of Deavertown and Mrs. Grey are the only two living in the township. (at present)
Walker's History of Athen's Co., Ohio Trimble Twp., pg 520.."Samuel Bagley, a tanner by trade, established the first tan yard in the township, about the year 1820.
Dwelling 326/335 Family#335 Samuel Bagley age 65 Tavern Keeper Value of Real Estate-$1000; born in RI. Mary age 57 born in VT; James age 28 Merchant, born in OH; Olive S/A age 25 born in OH; Susan age 21 born in OH; Caroline age 19, born in OH; Anni age 18 born in OH; Judson Adonisani age 16 born in OH clerk; Sarah I age 5 born in OH and Isabel G. age 2 born in OH. Emiline age 19 b. OH
In the same household as Samuel and family resided James Burgoon age 24 b. OH, farmer; JuliusC. Gutherie, age 22 b. OH, Merchant and George Courtney age 27 b OH,, laborer.
Samuel Bagley age 74 Farmer $1000 b RI; wife Mary age 68 b VT; ch: Anne age 28 b OH , Laura,age 12 b OH Judson A., age 26 b OH
Males Under 5=1; 15-20=1; 20-30=1; 50-60=1. Females 5-10=3; 10-15=2; 15-20=1; 40-50=1
Printed from the Ancestry Reference Library
Ohio was intensely involved with the abolitionist movement prior to the Civil War, having considerable activity in the Underground Railroad along Lake Erie and the Ohio River. Following the Civil War, the state gained national political power, producing seven US presidents. As an agricultural and industrial state, some early industries were barrel-making and meat packing. The American Federation of Labor formed there in the 1880's. The industrialization and urbanization of Ohio brought mew residents from eastern and southern Europe and blacks from southern states.[Bagleydk.ged]
He and Mary had 19 children. 15 living to be raised, 3 sets of twins.
11 were living in 1886
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