Dugger, Jarret - Macoupin County Illinois
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Descendants of Jarret DUGGER

Submitted by Lee Waters

A “First Family” of Macoupin County IL

JARRET6 DUGGER (LEONARD5, JOHN4, LYDIA3, DANIEL2, JOHN1) was born February 08, 1792 in Sumner County, Tennessee to Leonard DUGGER (born 4 Nov 1773 in Sumner Co TN and died Sep 1817 in Sumner Co TN) and Rhoda CASTLEBERRY (Leonard and Rhoda married 12 Jan 1792 in Sumner Co TN); Jarret died March 07, 1850 in Carlinville, Ill.. He married MARY (POLLY) MCADAMS August 25, 1811 in Sumner County, Tenn., daughter of WILLIAM MCADAMS and MARY HENDRICKS. Jarret's father Leonard DUGGER married second 27 Nov 1800 in Sumner Co TN to Elizabeth TAYLOR.

Notes for JARRET DUGGER:
Dugger Cemetery - S/W corner of the S/E 1/4 of the S/E 1/4 of Section 20 of the Carlinville township, thence running north from said point of the beginning 39 rods: running thence north 245 feet: thence east 393 feet: thence 245 feet south: thence west 393 feet to the place of beginning, containing one acre more or less. Jarrot Dugger orginal owner in the early 1830's. :source Macoupin County Historical Museum

Source: Tombstone Revelation in Macoupin County Ill. 1993, Macoupin County Historical Society
Dugger Family History-Sumner County,Tenn. Archives 1994
U.S.Census 1810-1819
Illinois Bible and Family Records, Vo. 1&2 1927
History of Madison County, Illinois

Settled the A Zwilchenbart place in Madison County, Ill. 1828 erected an ox-mill

Moved to North Macoupin County, Ill.

Jarret Dugger was a member of the Madison Assoc. who opposed the introduction of slavery in Illinois.

More About JARRET DUGGER:
Fact 1: 1812, War of 1812, Summer County, Tenn. Cavalry
Fact 2: Duggers were "Middle Class"
Fact 3: 1830, Settled in Carlinville, Ill.,owned a store
Fact 4: Duggers were in the Black Hawk War
Fact 5: 1845, Served as County Commissioner
Fact 6: Battle of New Orleans
Fact 7: Organized first Methodist Sunday school
Fact 8: Planted first Orchard
Fact 9: Estate in Carlinville has family burial ground
Fact 10: Dugger Cemetery -
Fact 11: 1817, Moved to Madison County, Ill.
Fact 12: 1834, Moved to Macoupin County, Ill.
Fact 13: Member of the Madison Association to oppose the introduction of slavery in Ill. Cause of Death: Plurisy

Notes for MARY (POLLY) MCADAMS: Source: Tombstone Revelations in Macupin County, Ill. 1993, Macoupin County Historical Society Committee p. 74 Illinois Bible and Family Records, Vo. 1&2 1927

More About MARY (POLLY) MCADAMS:
Fact 1: 1833, Settled in Carlinville, Ill. Fact 2: Buried in Dugger Cemetery, Carlinville, Ill.

Marriage Notes for JARRET DUGGER and MARY MCADAMS:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927 Marriage Records of Tennessee

Children of JARRET DUGGER and MARY MCADAMS are:

i. ELIZABETH7 DUGGER, b. November 14, 1812; d. April 21, 1846; m. NICHOLAS DECK, June 07, 1832.

*Notes for ELIZABETH DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2 1927

*Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH DUGGER and NICHOLAS DECK:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

ii. JOSEPH CASTLEBURY DUGGER, b. March 21, 1814, Sumner Co. Tenn; d. 1866, Carlinville, Illinois.

iii. LEONARD WESLEY DUGGER, b. September 12, 1815; d. January 18, 1882, Macoupin County, Ill.

iv. WILLIAM FERGUSON DUGGER, b. April 04, 1817; d. March 06, 1847.

v. RHODA ANN DUGGER, b. April 20, 1819; d. November 28, 1865; m. ALEXANDER (TENESS) LEWIS, November 03, 1836.

*Notes for RHODA ANN DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

*Marriage Notes for RHODA DUGGER and ALEXANDER LEWIS:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

vi. HANNAH DUGGER, b. March 01, 1821, Kentucky; d. January 04, 1853.

vii. SALLY DUGGER, b. January 08, 1823; d. August 17, 1825.

*Notes for SALLY DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

viii. SUSANNAH DUGGER, b. August 17, 1824; d. February 06, 1894; m. ABRAHAM C. WOODS, April 15, 1847.

*Notes for SUSANNAH DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible & Family Records, vo. 1&2, 1927

*Marriage Notes for SUSANNAH DUGGER and ABRAHAM WOODS:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

ix. JEFFERSON LEWIS DUGGER, b. September 01, 1826; d. July 16, 1863, Macoupin County, Ill.; m. MARY E. GILL, 1854.

*Notes for JEFFERSON LEWIS DUGGER:
Source: Tombstone Revelations in Macoupin County, Ill. Book IV, 1993 p.74 Macoupin County Historical Society Committee Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

*More About JEFFERSON LEWIS DUGGER:
Fact 1: Buried in Dugger Cemetery, Carlinville Cemetery Fact 2: Asst. Adj. General, Carlinville, Ill. Fact 3: Civil War Soldier

*Marriage Notes for JEFFERSON DUGGER and MARY GILL:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol 1&2, 1927

x. MALINDA DUGGER, b. December 14, 1828; d. November 16, 1831.

*Notes for MALINDA DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

xi. JOHN HOGAN DUGGER, b. September 27, 1831; d. December 15, 1907; m. SARAH M. NEIL, May 25, 1854.

*Notes for JOHN HOGAN DUGGER:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records vol. 1&2, 1927

*Marriage Notes for JOHN DUGGER and SARAH NEIL:
Source: Illinois Bible and Family Records, vol. 1&2, 1927

xii. SAMUEL BASTION DUGGER, b. May 04, 1834; d. October 19, 1903, Carlinville, Ill - Macoupin County; m. CATHERINE MILLER O'DELL, November 20, 1853.

*Notes for SAMUEL BASTION DUGGER:
Source: Tombstone Revelation in Macoupin County Ill. Book IV, Macoupin County Historiacl Society Committee,1993 p. 24 Illinois Bible and FamilyRecords, vol. 1&2, 1927

*More About SAMUEL BASTION DUGGER:
Fact 1: 1852, established 1st newspaper "Macoupin Statesman" Fact 2: Buried in Carlinville City Cemetery

*More About CATHERINE MILLER O'DELL:
Fact 1: Buried in Dugger Cemetery, Carlinville, Ill.

For more information on this family, contact:

Lee H Waters
3304 South Harrison
Amarillo, TX 79109-3732

Christine Ross
1106 Kensington Ave
Flint, MI 48503-5314





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