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Descendants of George Nagel/Naugle and Catherine Setzer


      18. Anna C.3 Naugle (Henry2, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born 1828 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1911 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. She married Logan Henry Whitener ABT 1845 in Cherokee County, NC, son of John Whitener and Polly Miller. He was born 1821 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina, and died 1876 in Cherokee County, North Carolina.

Notes for Anna C. Naugle:
Logan H.Whitener was born 1821 in Lincoln County, NC and died in 1876 in Cherokee County, NC. Logan Henry Whitener was the son of John and Polly (Miller) Whitener.[80] Both Logan and Ann C. (Naugle) Whitener are buried at Ogreeta Baptist Church cemetery near Murphy, NC (see footnote # 21). [81]

See also notes for Henry and Jacob Naugle/Noggle.
     
Children of Anna Naugle and Logan Whitener are:
  82 i.   Mary M.4 Whitener, born ABT 1847 in Cherokee County, North Carolina.
  83 ii.   Henry Wesley Jones Whitener, born ABT 1849 in Cherokee County, North Carolina.
  84 iii.   Isabel L. Whitener, born March 1850 in Cherokee County, North Carolina.
  85 iv.   Joseph L. Whitener, born ABT 1853.
  86 v.   Hiran H.L. Whitener, born ABT 1858.
  87 vi.   Noah Stevens Whitener, born ABT 1861.
  88 vii.   Andrew Whitener, born ABT 1866.
  89 viii.   Logan Ashber Jackson Whitener, born January 1870.
  90 ix.   Martha Ann Whitener, born ABT 1873.


      19. Lucinda Catherine3 Noggle (Jacob2 Nogle, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born October 1833 in Macon Co., North Carolina, and died Aft. 1900 in Beaverdam, Cherokee Co., North Carolina. She married ? Williams ABT 1853 in Cherokee Co., NC. He died Bef. 1860.

Notes for Lucinda Catherine Noggle:
Mr. Williams died before 1860. Lucinda Catherine never remarried and died sometime after 1900 in Cherokee County. [82]
     
Child of Lucinda Noggle and ? Williams is:
  91 i.   James A.4 Williams, born ABT 1854.


      20. William Christopher3 Noggle (Jacob2 Nogle, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born January 1836 in Franklin Co., Georgia, and died July 14, 1909 in Mallorysville, Wilkes Co., Georgia. He married (1) Martha Ann Welch/Wells ABT 1862 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. She died ABT 1867 in Wilkes County, Georgia. He married (2) Susan Mahalia Benson August 9, 1868 in Wilkes Co., Georgia. She was born ABT 1845 in Georgia, and died Bef. 1874 in Wilkes Co., Georgia. He married (3) Martha J. "Mattie" Bryant ABT 1874 in Wilkes County, Georgia, daughter of Christopher Bryant and Mary Turner. She was born ABT 1846 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, and died ABT 1882 in Wilkes County, Georgia. He married (4) Mary Elizabeth Bryant May 3, 1883 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, daughter of Christopher Bryant and Mary Turner. She was born October 1854 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and died May 3, 1927 in Wilkes County, Georgia.

Notes for William Christopher Noggle:
William C. Noggle is buried in the Mallorysville Baptist Church cemetery (with several family members) in Mallorysville, Georgia. [83]

William resided in Cherokee County (with his father and mother) where, at age 25, he enlisted 24 September 1861 for Civil War duty. This Cherokee County unit was sent to Camp Patton, Ashville, NC, and was designated Company C of Major David Colemanís Battalion NC Troops. The battalion was reorganized as a regiment in Clinton, Tennessee on 19 May 1862 and became Company C, 39th Regiment NC Troops.

Although records are incomplete for this unit and for William, it is clear that he was part of the Battle of Murfreesboro (or Stoneís Creek) in Tennessee from 31 December 1862 to 3 January 1863. In April of 1863, he was sent to hospital (where and for what reason I do not yet know). During June-October 1863, William was reported absent without leave. It may not be coincidental that Williams first child, Alonzo, was born in July of 1863 (see footnote 102).

William may very well have been involved in several other battles with this unit, notably the Atlanta Campaign of May-September 1864, but there are no company records during this time. William was captured at Spanish Fort, Mobile, Alabama on 8 April 1865 and sent to Ship Island, Mississippi. He arrived there on 10 April 1865. He was then transferred to Vicksburg, Mississippi on 1 May 1865, He was received at Camp Townsend, near Vicksburg, on 6 May 1865.[84]

William married (1) Martha Ann Welch or Wells sometime between 25 June 1860 and November 1862. I have found no record of this marriage or any information at all on Martha Ann Welch/Wells. According to Russell Slaton in Washington, Wilkes County, GA (who as a boy knew of Kit Noggle), William Noggle returned to North Carolina after the Civil War only to find that his wife and newborn son, Alonzo, had gone to Georgia to be with her people. Accordingly, William walked to Graball, GA (in Lincoln County, due east of Wilke) and found his wife and child. As the story goes, Marthaís people gave her part of that yearís standing crop for her maintenance. William worked the crop. Martha is said to have died c1867 and was buried in an unmarked grave in that same area. [85]

William's second wife, Susan Elizabeth Mehalia Benson was born c1845 in Georgia and died sometime between 1871 and 1874 in Wilkes County, GA. [86] Susan may (see footnote 85) have been the daughter of Russell and Mary (Spitz) Benson.

William's third wife, Martha J. Bryant, was born c1846 in Wilkes County, GA and died sometime between 22 February 1881 and 3 May 1883. Martha was the daughter of Christopher and Mary H. (Turner) Bryant of Wilkes County. She was also the sister of William's fourth wife.[87]

William's fourth wife, Mary Elizabeth Bryant, was born in October of 1854 in Wilkes County, GA. She died 2 May 1927 in same. She is buried in the Mallorysville Baptist Church cemetery in Mallorysville, GA.[88]

In late 1888, William C. Noggleís father-in-law, Christopher Bryant died. He divided his 90 acres of land into 35 shares. He left his wife, Mary, one-fifth of the shares (7/35) and each of his six living children (including Williamís wife, Mary E. Bryant) four shares (4/35). He also left William C. Noggle and his children by third wife, Martha J. Bryant, four shares. During the period January to April 1889, all 35 shares in the land were sold to Mrs. A.D.C. Sutton (widow of William Sutton). Mrs. Sutton bought the one-fifth shares for $100.00, and she bought the remaining 28 shares (seven times 4/32) for $50.00 per four-share group. The total for the 90 acres was $450.00. On 4 February 1889, William C. Noggle filed a Guardian Bond with the county court to administer for his children the $40.00 (of original $50.00 from sale of shares) left to them by their grandfather, Christopher Bryant.
     
Child of William Noggle and Martha Welch/Wells is:
+ 92 i.   Alonzo Lewis "Lonnie"4 Noggle, born July 19, 1863 in Lincoln County, Georgia; died August 6, 1904 in Mt. Vernon, Faulkner County, Arkansas.
     
Children of William Noggle and Susan Benson are:
+ 93 i.   John Henry4 Noggle, born May 1, 1869 in Wilkes, Co., Georgia; died November 12, 1948 in Norman, Cleveland Co., Oklahoma.
+ 94 ii.   William Jacob Noggle, born September 29, 1870 in Tignall, Wilkes Co., Georgia; died May 29, 1956 in Washington, Wilkes Co., Georgia.
     
Children of William Noggle and Martha Bryant are:
+ 95 i.   David Coleman4 Noggle, born May 2, 1875 in Tignall, Wilkes Co., Georgia; died March 10, 1936 in Mallorysville, Wilkes Co., Georgia.
  96 ii.   Lula Noggle, born March 1876. She married Vote Wilson
+ 97 iii.   Mary Julia "Mollie" Noggle, born June 1876 in Wilkes Co., Georgia.
+ 98 iv.   Martha Annie Noggle, born May 1878; died in Wilkes Co.,GA.
+ 99 v.   Fanny E. Noggle, born October 1879; died in Elbert Co., GA.
+ 100 vi.   Richard Fortson Noggle, born February 22, 1881 in Wilkes Co., Georgia; died October 31, 1961 in Marietta, Cobb Co., Georgia.
     
Children of William Noggle and Mary Bryant are:
+ 101 i.   Thomas Morgan "Tom"4 Noggle, born May 16, 1885 in Tignall, Wilkes Co., Georgia; died February 20, 1953 in Washington, Wilkes Co., Georgia.
+ 102 ii.   Samuel J. Noggle, born September 1891 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died February 14, 1924 in Mallorysville, Wilkes County, Georgia.


      22. Martha C.3 Noggle (Jacob2 Nogle, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born June 1840 in Franklin Co., GA. She married James Burgess ABT 1860 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina. He was born June 1829 in South Carolina.

Notes for Martha C. Noggle:
James C. Burgess was born June of 1829 in South Carolina. Both Martha and James died after 1900 in Cherokee County, NC.[89]
     
Children of Martha Noggle and James Burgess are:
+ 103 i.   Olin Ann4 Burgess, born March 1872.
+ 104 ii.   Jacob Burgess, born March 1877 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina.


      24. John Henry3 Noggle (Jacob2 Nogle, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born August 1844 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina, and died Aft. 1908. He married Saphronia C. Burgess January 16, 1873 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina, daughter of William Burgess and Catherine Burgess. She was born December 1852 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina, and died June 9, 1907 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.

Notes for John Henry Noggle:
Saphronia C. Burgess was born in December of 1852 in Cherokee County, NC and died 9 June 1907 in Atlanta, Fulton County, GA. She was the daughter of William and Catherine (?) Burgess.[90]

John Henry Noggle singly inherited the land of his father, Jacob Nogle. On 2 March 1908, John (now of Williams County, North Dakota) sold the "old Jacob Noggle Home Place" to Harriet Fricks of Cherokee County, NC for $400.00.[91]

On 18 August 1941, John Uplin Nagle (son of John Henry) and daughter Martha Louise Nagle (of Fulton County, GA) purchased from George and Georgia Taylor 51 acres of the original Jacob Noggle home place for $800.00. On 31 March 1943, Uplin Nagle sold, for himself and as guardian of Martha Louise, the land to B.W. and Emma Mintz.[92]
     
Children of John Noggle and Saphronia Burgess are:
  105 i.   George4 Noggle, born July 1874 in Tennessee.
  106 ii.   William Noggle, born September 1878 in Tennessee.
  107 iii.   Rodrick F. Noggle, born May 1881 in Tennessee.
  108 iv.   Mildred Noggle, born December 1884 in Tennessee.
  109 v.   Bertha Noggle, born September 1886 in Tennessee.
  110 vi.   John Noggle, born April 1890 in Tennessee.
  111 vii.   Uplin Noggle, born December 1893 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina.


      26. Ann Bethana3 Noggle (Jacob2 Nogle, George1 Nagel/Naugle) was born August 1853 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina. She married George W. A. Bryant January 17, 1878 in Father's house, Beaverdam, NC. He was born September 1845 in Wilkes Co., Georgia.

Notes for Ann Bethana Noggle:
George W. Bryant was born in September of 1845 in Wilkes County, GA. He was the son of Christopher and Mary H. (Turner) Bryant of Wilkes County, GA. He was the brother-in-law of William C. Noggle not only because he married Williamís sister, but also because William married two of Georgeís sisters.
George and Annie were married 1878 at "Jacob Nogal's house"), moved to Wilkes County GA by the May of 1880, moved back to Cherokee County by 1885, and finally moved back to Wilkes County by 1910.[93]

See also notes of Jacob Nogle.
     
Children of Ann Noggle and George Bryant are:
  112 i.   William4 Bryant, born May 1881 in Wilkes Co., Georgia.
+ 113 ii.   George Bryant, born May 1883 in Wilkes Co., Georgia.
  114 iii.   Artie S. Bryant, born July 1888 in Cherokee County, North Carolina.
  115 iv.   Mary Bryant, born February 1889 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina.
  116 v.   Levenie Bryant, born September 1892 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina.
  117 vi.   Ellen Bryant, born August 1894 in Cherokee Co., North Carolina.


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