Jacob Cagle[1]

Male 1766 - 1858  (92 years)


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  • Name Jacob Cagle 
    Birth 1766  Moore County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Residence 1802-1806  Franklin County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census 1820  Habersham County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census 1830-1850  Hall County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Death Jul 1858  Hall County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Burial Hall County, GA at Bethlehem Baptist Church Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Patriarch & Matriarch
    Leonard "Leonhart Kegel" Cagle,   b. c1684   d. Aft 1754  (Age ~ 70 years)  (Grandfather) 
    Catherine,   b. Bef 1755   d. Aft 1810  (Age > 57 years)  (Mother) 
    Notes 
    • 1802, Jun 29 -- Petition to Georgia Governor Josiah Tattnall
      The petitioners are not identified as being from any particular county in Georgia, but they inform the Governor that they have sent a petition to the President Thomas Jefferson requesting that he appoint Colonels Carnes, Easley, Harris and Captain James Blair as commissioners for treating with the Cherokee Indians. The petitioners are specifically interested in obtaining a tract of land five miles wide between the Tugaloo and Apalachee Rivers and ask that the Governor support their petition. Signers of the petition include: Benjn. Wofford, Phil. Burford, Nathaniel Wofford, Thos. Warren, David Mbreckia(?), Owen Carpenter, John Tucker, William Temsey, Richard Barks, Thomas Case, Jephthat Yarbrough, Samuel McKinney, Isaac Hollensworth, John Parker, Nickels Smith, Stephen Smith, Nathan Hearn, Charles Crawford, Jacob Odom, James McCrackin, Joseph Dickinson, Vincent Alexander, John Helton, Gideon Yarbiner, William Helton, Garland Lane, Hezekiah Stephens, Nathan Smith, Benjn. W. Burford, Nathaniel Williams, George Hopper, Matthew Alexander, James Henson, Edwd. Tatum, Wm. Helton, Saml. Hollingsworth, Thomas Warren, John Shuffeald, John Warren, John Blann, Joseph McCrackin, Saml. Jones, Reuben Warren, John Brown, Micajah Clark(?), D. Glenn, Augustine Brown Jr., Isaac Brown, Wm. Washington Wofford, James Martin, Robert Brown, Chism May, James Maxwell, Philemon Martin, John Martin, Wm. Varnell, Thos. Duke, Jesse Tatum, James Mainyard, Charles Wells, Augustine Brown, William Weatherspoones, Charles Holt, Morgan Gust, John Kech, John Presnell, Bradock McDonald, Jas. Denman, Aql. McCracken, William Deal, Isaac Hollingsworth, Joseph Shelton, James Stigler, John McDavid, David Spradling, George Feree/Pearce(?), Jacob Hollingsworth, Lewis Jones, William Bright, David Clark, Hugh Hartgrove, Levin Dixon, Daniel Parker, John Sharon, Jos. Sharon, Moses Parker, Garret Watts, Solomon Huitt, Jes Scarborough, Jno. Little, Lewis Phebus, Peter Bogus, James Huett, Samuel Letle, Thos, Wafer(?), Benjamin Lewis, Joseph Wilson, Joseph Dunnagae, Ezekiel Dunnagan, Anday Dunnagan and Isaiah Dunnagan. Located in the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries, Telamon Cuyler, box 45, folder 13, document 01

      1802-1806 [estimated] -- Petition to Georgia Governor John Milledge
      Citizens of Franklin County, GA petition Governor John Milledge concerning a bill that passed the legislature as a result of a treaty signed with the Creek Nation at Fort Wilkinson on 16 Jun 1802. The petitioners are concerned with the bill which stipulated how the former lands of the Creek Nation would be distributed. The following citizens signed the petition include: Thomas Dixon, John Dixon, William Archer, Benjamon Baker, Joseph Pain, Thomas Right, George Archer, Champness Payne, Bedney Franklin, Moses. Walter, Daniel Beall, Timothy Terrell, Hillis. Walton, Wm. McMatton, Edward Bollox, Sherod. Hallcomb, Abner Ecols, James Hollingsworth, Nathaniel Huntt, Tho. Jordan, Owen Andrews, Wm. Bollock, Nicholas Smith, Sammil. Walter, Wm. Payne, Thompson Epperson, Jas. Dabbs(?), Jno. Collins, Tyry Swift, Jas. Pettigrew, Andey Lead, Moses Ingram, Abner Farrar, George Cellery, Nathinal Hunt, Marthew Stevens, Isam Handcock, Winney Brassel, Henry Dickins, Joel Raborn, Joseph Sweet(?), Huky Brown, Daniel Vinyard, James Hall, Samuel Hollingsworth, Alexander Forrestor, Jesey Brawner, Edward Brown, Richard Allen, Jno. Owen, Jos R. (missing), Saml. Grady, James Blain, John Bollock, Moses Ayers, Jno. Blackwell, Christopher Lawrey, Jno. Pain, Jacob Holbrooks, Jos Martan, Tho. Crews, Benjn. Patton(?), Wm. Garren, George Cogborne, Jobe Brooks, JD Terrell, John Prestidge, Thomas Warren, Isaac Sanders, Thomas Warren Junr., Thomas P. Carnes, Simon Terrel, Charles S. Morton, Larkin Cleveland, Joseph Chandler, John Carter, Elias Burgess, Josah Burgess, Ben Cleveland, Isham Hancock, Francis (illegible), Sereerlin Sabage (?), John Hill, Elisha Calbert, John Denman, Nathan Williams, Jeptha Rush, Jas. Theather, Vinyard Geofford, Aaron Campnel, Wyly Thornton, Wm. Barry, John Merser, Cornelius Cane, Robt. Merser, Elijah Hanes, John Medderd, John Baker, John Garrison, Wm. (missing), Sam Howel, Little B. Bally (?), Henry Carlton, Jas. W. Cook, Cabb Garrison, Richard Davis, Jos. Morris, John Forsith, Wm. Ramsey, Tho. Forsith, Jos. Reed, Sam. Hemphill, Martin Sims, Mather Hall, Jas. Quillin, Ch. Anglen, Phil Payne(?), Wm. Lawry, Starling Chandler, John Selman, Wm. Blackwell, Jeb Brazwell, Wm. Hobbrook, Thos. Little, Wm. Pirine, Richard Clemmonds, Jos. Heton, Jas. Prince, Eli Brady(?), Josiah Echolls(?), Richard Varnel, Joseph Edwards, Obediah Hooper, Adam Clowd, Robert Williams, Samuel Bowlings, John A. Baker, Francis Hogg, John Brown, Benj. Brazzel, Brice McEver, John Barker, George Thrasher, Isham Cleton, Wm. Cleton, Andrew Walker, Jas. Merrer, Armsted Dowdy, Moses Randol, George Pricket, Jas. Pricket, John Neal, Wm. Gober, Wm. Christian, Israel Pricket, Jas. Martin, Daniel Morgan Sen., Thos. Baldwin, Jacob White, John Arnold, Thos. Davis Senr., Tho. Davis Junr., Nathan Pickford, John Roberson, Zebeter Garrison, Absalom Carter, Daniel Molder, Andrew Cornelius, Jacob Hollingsworth, Mechall Bose, Ephraim Dixon, William Beck, Jon Dugless, Tho. Clark, Wm. Bowman, Christopher Lincan, Wm. Baker, Jno. Lowry, Jas. Loury, Bedney Robertson, Jas. Markey, George Rutledge, Patrick Scott, Wm. Henley, Jeremiah Twedle, Hezechiah Stephens, Tho. Barnard, Nicolas Sewil, James Lowrey, Robert Walton, George Walton, Jas. Watters, Robert Chandler, Christopher Sewil, Baker Ayers, Wm. Hooper, Daniel Chandler, Samuel Scather, Andrew Taynyhill, Jas. Fain, Burel Bayborn, John Pricket, Robt. Flemning, Jno. Payne, Wm. Jones, John Armstrong, David Bullock, Jacob Cagel, Thos. Gazaway, Robt. Brower, John Baugh, Henry Smith, Abner Conley, Ezekeel Thomas, Walter Mabery, George Riner, Thos. Barter, Isaac Hancock, Victor Smith, Tho. Stovall, Wm. Gates, Josht. Dunn, Moses Denman, Tho. Jenkins, David Allerson, Isaah. David, James. Jackson, Benjn. Barton, Joseph Gordon, George Pricket, Tho. Hill, Larkin Prestridge, Jno. Halcomb, James Andrews, Saml. Talbert, Wm. Sewel, Jno. Eckols, Joseph Prine, George Cogborne, James McBee, Hensley Payne, Jos. Stovall, Peter Burnett, Saml. Sewel, Wm. Goodson, Jeremiah Walker, (?) Tait, Benjn. Lowrey, Abda Christian, George Garver, Jno. Walker, Isaac Deloumple, Robet Watters, Stephen Smith, George Morgan, Isham Smith, Arten Taylor, Wm. Smith, James Henson, Joel Hampt, Joel Hunt, Garrett Turner, James (?), Nathaniel Paine, Jno. Shuffle, Robert Michel, Jos. Rogers, Wm. England, Adam Shuffle, Richard Hooper, Isaac Dickes, Zachariah Chandler, Moses Alred, Jno. Stephens, Clement Watters, Wm. Aaron, Wm. Dunn, John MCentere, Jas. Garrison, Archd. Scott, Henry Gasden, Wm. Jones Sen., Samuel Everett, Wm. Bozzel, John (?), Wm. Dunn, John Termon, Ben. Proctor, Jas. Gasden, John Arnold, Davidd Dodd, Benaja. Randold, Martin Harden, Nathaniel Payne, Jebediah Payne, Benson Henrey, Jas. Garner, Benj. Baker, Betholimew Dun, Mark Renfro, Jas. Henson, Thos. Cairn, Peter Carron, John Aaron, Abner Cleveland, Anslem Mills, John Dixon, Thos. Gas (?), Pendereton Payne, Thos. Case, John Morris, Isham Arnold, Elius Baker, Pelmon Harbour, John Waisbrook, John Savage, Marshal Dunken, John Cleveland, Elijah Renshaw and Martha Cox(?).

      1820 -- Census, Habersham County, GA Page 121
      Jacob Cagle
      (45+) 1M
      (26-45) 1F
      (16-25) 1F
      (10-16) 3M 1F
      (0-10) 3F

      1830 -- Census, Hall County, GA Page 96
      Jacob Kagle
      (60-70) 1M
      (50-60) 1F
      (15-20) 1M 1F
      (10-15) 1M 1F
      (5-10) 2F
      (0-5) 1M 1F

      1840 -- Census, Hall County, GA Page 27
      Jacob Cagle
      (70-80) 1M
      (60-70) 1F
      (20-30) 1M 2F
      (15-20) 1F
      (10-15) 1M

      1850 -- Census, Hall County, GA Page 416
      Jacob Cagle 84 M, Farmer, $700 Real Estate, Born in NC
      E. Cagle 80 F, Born in NC
      L. Cagle 23 F, Born in GA
      H. Cagle 21 M, Farmer, Born in GA
    Person ID I21329  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 10 Dec 2022 

    Father John "Dutchman" Cagle,   b. Bef 1734   d. Bef May 1799 (Age ~ 65 years) 
    Mother Catherine,   b. Bef 1755   d. Aft 1810 (Age > 57 years) 
    Histories
    Cagle Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    Cagle Family of Moore County, NC - Miscellaneous Records
    The enclosed is a timeline and accounting of early Cagle references in Moore County and Cumberland County.
    Family ID F0978  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Gilmore,   b. 1770-1775   bur. Hall County, GA at Bethlehem Baptist Church Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Family ID F11638  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Jun 2013 

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth - 1766 - Moore County, NC Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1802-1806 - Franklin County, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1820 - Habersham County, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1830-1850 - Hall County, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - Jul 1858 - Hall County, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBurial - - Hall County, GA at Bethlehem Baptist Church Link to Google Earth
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  • Documents
    1799 Will Book A Page 198/199, Moore County, NC - Will of John Cagle
    1799 Will Book A Page 198/199, Moore County, NC - Will of John Cagle
    1798, May 18 [written]-- Will Book A Page 199-200, Moore County, NC
    1799, May [proven]
    Will of John Cagle
    Wife - Cathrine Cagle: land and plantation [after sons come of age she shall have 10 acres of the plantation where I now live
    Son - John Cagle: 150 acres South of Cabbin Creek when he comes of age
    Son - William Cagle: 112 acres in fork of Cabbin and Bear Creek, the plantation where I now live, when he comes of age and 38 acres located by the meeting house
    Dau - Susanna Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Dau - Dorety Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Dau - Margaret Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Son - Jacob Cagle: twenty shillings
    Dau - Elizabeth Gilmore: twenty shillings
    Son - George Cagle: twenty shillings
    Dau - Mary Melton: twenty shillings
    Son - Henry Cagle: twenty shillings
    Executors - Bartholomew Dun, George Cagle
    Witness - William Smith, Bartholomew Dunn, George Cagle
    1799 Will Book A Page 200/201, Moore County, NC - Will of John Cagle [second page]
    1799 Will Book A Page 200/201, Moore County, NC - Will of John Cagle [second page]
    1798, May 18 [written]-- Will Book A Page 199-200, Moore County, NC
    1799, May [proven]
    Will of John Cagle
    Wife - Cathrine Cagle: land and plantation [after sons come of age she shall have 10 acres of the plantation where I now live
    Son - John Cagle: 150 acres South of Cabbin Creek when he comes of age
    Son - William Cagle: 112 acres in fork of Cabbin and Bear Creek, the plantation where I now live, when he comes of age and 38 acres located by the meeting house
    Dau - Susanna Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Dau - Dorety Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Dau - Margaret Cagle: horses, cattle, hogs and household furniture
    Son - Jacob Cagle: twenty shillings
    Dau - Elizabeth Gilmore: twenty shillings
    Son - George Cagle: twenty shillings
    Dau - Mary Melton: twenty shillings
    Son - Henry Cagle: twenty shillings
    Executors - Bartholomew Dun, George Cagle
    Witness - William Smith, Bartholomew Dunn, George Cagle

    Histories
    1802 Petition, Georgia Residents
    1802 Petition, Georgia Residents
    1802, Jun 29 -- Petition to Georgia Governor Josiah Tattnall
    The petitioners are not identified as being from any particular county in Georgia, but they inform the Governor that they have sent a petition to the President Thomas Jefferson requesting that he appoint Colonels Carnes, Easley, Harris and Captain James Blair as commissioners for treating with the Cherokee Indians. The petitioners are specifically interested in obtaining a tract of land five miles wide between the Tugaloo and Apalachee Rivers and ask that the Governor support their petition. Signers of the petition include: Benjn. Wofford, Phil. Burford, Nathaniel Wofford, Thos. Warren, David Mbreckia(?), Owen Carpenter, John Tucker, William Temsey, Richard Barks, Thomas Case, Jephthat Yarbrough, Samuel McKinney, Isaac Hollensworth, John Parker, Nickels Smith, Stephen Smith, Nathan Hearn, Charles Crawford, Jacob Odom, James McCrackin, Joseph Dickinson, Vincent Alexander, John Helton, Gideon Yarbiner, William Helton, Garland Lane, Hezekiah Stephens, Nathan Smith, Benjn. W. Burford, Nathaniel Williams, George Hopper, Matthew Alexander, James Henson, Edwd. Tatum, Wm. Helton, Saml. Hollingsworth, Thomas Warren, John Shuffeald, John Warren, John Blann, Joseph McCrackin, Saml. Jones, Reuben Warren, John Brown, Micajah Clark(?), D. Glenn, Augustine Brown Jr., Isaac Brown, Wm. Washington Wofford, James Martin, Robert Brown, Chism May, James Maxwell, Philemon Martin, John Martin, Wm. Varnell, Thos. Duke, Jesse Tatum, James Mainyard, Charles Wells, Augustine Brown, William Weatherspoones, Charles Holt, Morgan Gust, John Kech, John Presnell, Bradock McDonald, Jas. Denman, Aql. McCracken, William Deal, Isaac Hollingsworth, Joseph Shelton, James Stigler, John McDavid, David Spradling, George Feree/Pearce(?), Jacob Hollingsworth, Lewis Jones, William Bright, David Clark, Hugh Hartgrove, Levin Dixon, Daniel Parker, John Sharon, Jos. Sharon, Moses Parker, Garret Watts, Solomon Huitt, Jes Scarborough, Jno. Little, Lewis Phebus, Peter Bogus, James Huett, Samuel Letle, Thos, Wafer(?), Benjamin Lewis, Joseph Wilson, Joseph Dunnagae, Ezekiel Dunnagan, Anday Dunnagan and Isaiah Dunnagan.
    1802-1806 Petition, Franklin County, GA
    1802-1806 Petition, Franklin County, GA
    1802-1806 [estimated] -- Petition to Georgia Governor John Milledge
    Citizens of Franklin County, GA petition Governor John Milledge concerning a bill that passed the legislature as a result of a treaty signed with the Creek Nation at Fort Wilkinson on 16 Jun 1802. The petitioners are concerned with the bill which stipulated how the former lands of the Creek Nation would be distributed. The following citizens signed the petition include: Thomas Dixon, John Dixon, William Archer, Benjamon Baker, Joseph Pain, Thomas Right, George Archer, Champness Payne, Bedney Franklin, Moses. Walter, Daniel Beall, Timothy Terrell, Hillis. Walton, Wm. McMatton, Edward Bollox, Sherod. Hallcomb, Abner Ecols, James Hollingsworth, Nathaniel Huntt, Tho. Jordan, Owen Andrews, Wm. Bollock, Nicholas Smith, Sammil. Walter, Wm. Payne, Thompson Epperson, Jas. Dabbs(?), Jno. Collins, Tyry Swift, Jas. Pettigrew, Andey Lead, Moses Ingram, Abner Farrar, George Cellery, Nathinal Hunt, Marthew Stevens, Isam Handcock, Winney Brassel, Henry Dickins, Joel Raborn, Joseph Sweet(?), Huky Brown, Daniel Vinyard, James Hall, Samuel Hollingsworth, Alexander Forrestor, Jesey Brawner, Edward Brown, Richard Allen, Jno. Owen, Jos R. (missing), Saml. Grady, James Blain, John Bollock, Moses Ayers, Jno. Blackwell, Christopher Lawrey, Jno. Pain, Jacob Holbrooks, Jos Martan, Tho. Crews, Benjn. Patton(?), Wm. Garren, George Cogborne, Jobe Brooks, JD Terrell, John Prestidge, Thomas Warren, Isaac Sanders, Thomas Warren Junr., Thomas P. Carnes, Simon Terrel, Charles S. Morton, Larkin Cleveland, Joseph Chandler, John Carter, Elias Burgess, Josah Burgess, Ben Cleveland, Isham Hancock, Francis (illegible), Sereerlin Sabage (?), John Hill, Elisha Calbert, John Denman, Nathan Williams, Jeptha Rush, Jas. Theather, Vinyard Geofford, Aaron Campnel, Wyly Thornton, Wm. Barry, John Merser, Cornelius Cane, Robt. Merser, Elijah Hanes, John Medderd, John Baker, John Garrison, Wm. (missing), Sam Howel, Little B. Bally (?), Henry Carlton, Jas. W. Cook, Cabb Garrison, Richard Davis, Jos. Morris, John Forsith, Wm. Ramsey, Tho. Forsith, Jos. Reed, Sam. Hemphill, Martin Sims, Mather Hall, Jas. Quillin, Ch. Anglen, Phil Payne(?), Wm. Lawry, Starling Chandler, John Selman, Wm. Blackwell, Jeb Brazwell, Wm. Hobbrook, Thos. Little, Wm. Pirine, Richard Clemmonds, Jos. Heton, Jas. Prince, Eli Brady(?), Josiah Echolls(?), Richard Varnel, Joseph Edwards, Obediah Hooper, Adam Clowd, Robert Williams, Samuel Bowlings, John A. Baker, Francis Hogg, John Brown, Benj. Brazzel, Brice McEver, John Barker, George Thrasher, Isham Cleton, Wm. Cleton, Andrew Walker, Jas. Merrer, Armsted Dowdy, Moses Randol, George Pricket, Jas. Pricket, John Neal, Wm. Gober, Wm. Christian, Israel Pricket, Jas. Martin, Daniel Morgan Sen., Thos. Baldwin, Jacob White, John Arnold, Thos. Davis Senr., Tho. Davis Junr., Nathan Pickford, John Roberson, Zebeter Garrison, Absalom Carter, Daniel Molder, Andrew Cornelius, Jacob Hollingsworth, Mechall Bose, Ephraim Dixon, William Beck, Jon Dugless, Tho. Clark, Wm. Bowman, Christopher Lincan, Wm. Baker, Jno. Lowry, Jas. Loury, Bedney Robertson, Jas. Markey, George Rutledge, Patrick Scott, Wm. Henley, Jeremiah Twedle, Hezechiah Stephens, Tho. Barnard, Nicolas Sewil, James Lowrey, Robert Walton, George Walton, Jas. Watters, Robert Chandler, Christopher Sewil, Baker Ayers, Wm. Hooper, Daniel Chandler, Samuel Scather, Andrew Taynyhill, Jas. Fain, Burel Bayborn, John Pricket, Robt. Flemning, Jno. Payne, Wm. Jones, John Armstrong, David Bullock, Jacob Cagel, Thos. Gazaway, Robt. Brower, John Baugh, Henry Smith, Abner Conley, Ezekeel Thomas, Walter Mabery, George Riner, Thos. Barter, Isaac Hancock, Victor Smith, Tho. Stovall, Wm. Gates, Josht. Dunn, Moses Denman, Tho. Jenkins, David Allerson, Isaah. David, James. Jackson, Benjn. Barton, Joseph Gordon, George Pricket, Tho. Hill, Larkin Prestridge, Jno. Halcomb, James Andrews, Saml. Talbert, Wm. Sewel, Jno. Eckols, Joseph Prine, George Cogborne, James McBee, Hensley Payne, Jos. Stovall, Peter Burnett, Saml. Sewel, Wm. Goodson, Jeremiah Walker, (?) Tait, Benjn. Lowrey, Abda Christian, George Garver, Jno. Walker, Isaac Deloumple, Robet Watters, Stephen Smith, George Morgan, Isham Smith, Arten Taylor, Wm. Smith, James Henson, Joel Hampt, Joel Hunt, Garrett Turner, James (?), Nathaniel Paine, Jno. Shuffle, Robert Michel, Jos. Rogers, Wm. England, Adam Shuffle, Richard Hooper, Isaac Dickes, Zachariah Chandler, Moses Alred, Jno. Stephens, Clement Watters, Wm. Aaron, Wm. Dunn, John MCentere, Jas. Garrison, Archd. Scott, Henry Gasden, Wm. Jones Sen., Samuel Everett, Wm. Bozzel, John (?), Wm. Dunn, John Termon, Ben. Proctor, Jas. Gasden, John Arnold, Davidd Dodd, Benaja. Randold, Martin Harden, Nathaniel Payne, Jebediah Payne, Benson Henrey, Jas. Garner, Benj. Baker, Betholimew Dun, Mark Renfro, Jas. Henson, Thos. Cairn, Peter Carron, John Aaron, Abner Cleveland, Anslem Mills, John Dixon, Thos. Gas (?), Pendereton Payne, Thos. Case, John Morris, Isham Arnold, Elius Baker, Pelmon Harbour, John Waisbrook, John Savage, Marshal Dunken, John Cleveland, Elijah Renshaw and Martha Cox(?).

  • Sources 
    1. [S1254] John G. Cagle, The Cagle Family in the South to 1850, North Carolina [2nd Edition], (1997, Published by John G. Cagle, Box 55342, Little Rock, AR 72215), 160.
      Jacob, b.1766. Perhaps the oldest son, since he was listed first among John's adult children in the 1799 will. Moved to Georgia at an early date, perhaps in the 1790s; is listed in the 1820 census of Habersham County, GA and in the 1830, 1840, 1850 censuses of Hall County, GA [age 84 in 1850]. Was perhaps the father of John and William Cagle [b. 1790s] who appeared with him in the 1820 census; perhaps also the father of George Cagle [b.1775-1794] who appeared in the same census, though this is put in doubt by the fact that Jacob's youngest son, b. 1812, as mentioned in Mr. Walker's book is said to have been named George. Other sons included Jacob [b.1805] and Joseph [b.1808].

    2. [S1089] Find A Grave [www.findagrave.com].

    3. [S1089] Find A Grave [www.findagrave.com].
      Jacob Cagle, son of Johannes "John Dutchman" Cagle and Johanetta Hardt was the patriarch of the Hall County, GA Cagle families. He moved from North Carolina to Habersham County Ga and became one of the earlier pioneers of Hall County GA when he moved there in about 1820. He and his wife Elizabeth Gilmore Cagle raised 9 children as well as 5 grandchildren.

      His children were:

      John Cagle married Barbara Cagle
      Mary (Polly) Cagle married William Cagle
      Sarah (Sally) Cagle married Adler Hulsey
      Nancy Cagle married Hiram Cape
      Jacob Cagle Jr. married Elizabeth Robbin
      Joseph Roland Cagle married Rebecca Ingram
      Elizabeth Cagle married Edwin Guthrie
      George Washington Cagle married Sarah Haynes/Mary A. Thompson
      Amelia Cagle married John M. Carter



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