Husband: Julius Dugger
!NOTES:Marty Grant's 5th Great Grand Uncle.;
!NOTES: Julius DUGGER is not a proven child of William DUGGER;
!REVOLUTIONARY PENSION:Julius DUGGER, NC, Pension Application # R3108. NC Line, appl 19 Sep 1832 Carter Co, TN age 71 (born ca 1760/61);
!COURT: 5 Feb 1783 Washington Co, NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Volume 1 1778-1779, pg 196 Jury ... Julius DUGUR ...;
!COURT: 7 Feb 1783 Washington Co, NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Volume 1 1778-1779, pg 199 Jury ... Jules DUGGARD ...;
!COURT: 7 Feb 1783 Washington Co, NC Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Volume 1 1778-1779, pg 201 Jury ... Jules DUGGARD ...;
!NAMED: 2 Nov 1784 Wilkes Co, NC Deeds A1-492 NC Grant to Benjamin DUGGAR, 100a south fork Elk Creek ... Julius DUGGARs line;
!NAMED:26 Apr 1788 Wilkes Co, NC Deeds C1-58 William ISAACS, Burke Co, NC to Zebulon BAIRD, 200, 190a both sides Elk Creek adj land lately owned by Samuel HALL, John BEVERLY & Benjamin DUGGAR being entry made by Julius DUGGAR sold by law by Richard ALLEN, purchased by William ISAACS. Wit: Andrew BAIRD, William (X) REYNOLDS, Budnt BAIRD;
!CENSUS:1790 * Lost for TN;
!TAXLIST:1790 Washington Co., TN ...
!TAXLIST:1791 Washington Co., TN ...
!TAXLIST:1793 Washington Co., TN ...
!TAXLIST:1794 Washington Co., TN ...
!TAXLIST:1795 Washington Co., TN ...
!TAXLIST:1796 Carter Co, TN Julius DUGGARD, 1 Taxable, 183a;
!NAMED:-- --- 1797 Wilkes Co, NC Deeds D-312 William FARGUSON to John BROWN, 100a South Fork Elk Creek, Julas DUGGERs line. Wit: William LENOIR, Theophilus EVANS, Thomas KINDAL;
!TAXLIST:1798 Carter Co, TN Julius DUGGARD, 1 Taxable, 255a;
!CENSUS:1800 * Lost for TN;
!CENSUS:1810 * Lost for TN;
!CENSUS:1820 * Lost for Eastern TN;
!CENSUS:1830 Carter Co, TN pg 19 Julius DUGGER age 60-69 (1760/70) "010100001-010020001";
!REFERENCE:"A History of Watauga County, North Carolina" John Preston Arthur. 1915. Page 222 "... The Dugger family of Cove Creek are descendants of Benjamin DUGGER, who came from Yadkin Elk in 1793 or 1794 to Brushy Fork and entered land there, and for whom the Dugger Mountain and crek east of the Blue Ridge are named. There were three DUGGER brothers who came from Scotland and stopped awhile near Petersburg, VA., named Benjamin, Daniel and Julius. Ben stopped at Yadkin Elk, Daniel went to Kentucky and Julius settled near Fish Springs on the Watauga River, Tennessee. It was from Julius' children that the Banner's Elk Duggers descended."
!REFERENCE:"A History of Watauga County, North Carolina" John Preston Arthur. 1915. Ibid. Page 303 "Dugger Family. --- In 1793 or 1794 Benjamin DUGGER came to Watauga County from Yadkin Elk, where a creek and mountain still bear his name. He entered land on Brushy Fork, near the present HOLTSCLAW settlement. His children were Selah, who married Lawson GOODIN; Daniel DUGGER; Cora Ann, who married Samuel BURNS; Susannah, who married John WHITTINGTON; Mary, who married John CALIHAN; David and William DUGGER. David DUGGER bought out the other heirs. The deed is dated November 1, 1815 and calls for two tracts on Brushy Fork. There were three DUGGER brothers who came from Scotland to Yadkin Elk, having settled for a time near Petersburg, Va., Benjamin, Daniel and Julius. Ben stopped on Brushy Fork, Daniel went west to Kentucky and Julius settled in what was then Carter County, Tennessee, near Fish Springs, where some of his descendants still live. It was from the Julius DUGGER family that the Dugger Forge and the beginnings of Cranberry forge started. David married Margaret ERNEST and their children are: Henry, who married a GREEN; Polly, who married David HOWELL; Elizabeth, who married Jehiel SMITH, and William, who married Unice MUNDAY. William's children were: Henry, who never married; Franklin, who married Martha PRESNELL; David, who married Mary MUNDAY; Elizabeth, who never married; John, killed in Civil War; William Eben, married Nannie WILKERSON; Margaret and Mary Jane, not married";
Revised: February 02, 2019
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