Mathias Hagler

Born: Monday, June 8, 1812 in North Carolina

Died: Wednesday, July 28, 1897 in Illinois

Buried: Hagler Cemetery, Jackson County, Illinois

Lived: 85 years 1 month 20 days


Parents

Father:John L. Hagler (1784/NC - 1865/IL)

Mother:Mary Spears (1780/NC - 1832/IL)


Siblings

Brother: Paul Hagler+ (1804/NC - 1855/IL)

Brother: Allen Hagler+ An indication that a portrait of this person is available (1808/NC - 1894/KS)

Brother: John Allen Hagler+ (1817/NC - 1884/TN)

Sister: Delilah Hagler Russell (1818/IL - 1905/IL)

Sister: Mary Hagler Brewster+ (1820/IL - 1899/IL)

Sister: Lucinda M. Hagler Etherton Lipe+ (1825/IL - 1898/IL)

Sister: Ellen Hagler (1827/IL - 1898/IL)

Sister: Tabitha Jane Hagler Grammer+ An indication that a portrait of this person is available (1828/IL - 1917/IL)

Brother: George Hagler+ An indication that this person has military service (1830/IL - 1863/TN)


Spouse

Name: Rebecca Brewster (1816/KY - 1853)


Children

Daughter: Susannah Celia Hagler Etherton+ An indication that a portrait of this person is available (1840/IL - 1928/IL)

Son: Henry Newton Hagler+ An indication that this person has military service (1842/IL - 1926/IL)

Daughter: Armentha Ellen Hagler Emery+ (1844/IL - 1881/IL)

Son: Daniel Newton Hagler+ (1846/IL - 1921)

Daughter: Harriet Hagler Hoyle (1848/IL - 1913/IL)

Son: William H. Hagler (1850/IL - )

Daughter: Ruth Lucinda Hagler Thompson+ (1852/IL - 1944/IL)


History/Life Events

  Service: Black Hawk War. Captain Alex. Jenkins Company, Illinois Volunteers

  Occupation: Farmer.


Official Sources (show all)

Illinois Volunteers Mustered for Discharged from the Black Hawk War, 1832


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