Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Lathair Huguley,   BET. 1834 - 1835 - 21 Apr 1898         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Friendship Baptist Church, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   William Gaines Huguley,   2 Nov 1836 - 20 Sep 1888         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Hillside Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   John Haynes Standard,   1860 - 1920         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Standard-Atkinson Family Cemetery, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   George Fendall Huguley,   30 Jun 1852 - 18 Nov 1917         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Danburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Danburg, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   John Andrews,   BET. 1798 - 1799 - Feb 1880         Index

Individual Note:
     Died of pneumonia in February 1880.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Lester Gibson,   1891 - 3 Nov 1965         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   White Rock Cemetery, Randolph, Fannin County, Texas


Individual Notes

Note for:   John T. Blackmon,   22 Nov 1883 - 26 Jul 1951         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Independence United Methodist Church Cemetery, Wilkes Co. GA


Individual Notes

Note for:   Julia M. Thurmond,    - 1920         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Danburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Danburg, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   William Grancer Lacy,   BET. 1728 - 1755 -          Index

Immigration:   
     Date:   BET. 1742 - 1767
     Place:   Came to the United States, at the age of 12, landing at Charleston, South Carolina


Individual Notes

Note for:   Bessie P. Huguley,   ABT. 1875 - 1913         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Standard-Atkinson Family Cemetery, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Lothair Huguley,   21 Aug 1876 - 21 May 1925         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Danburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkes County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Elizabeth Huguley,   ABT. 1801 - ABT. 1875         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Hogan Family Cemetery, Agnes, Lincoln County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Huguelet,   3 Jan 1735/1736 - 11 Sep 1797         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Planter

Individual Note:
     Charles Huguelet emigrated from Rotterdam, Holland, arriving in
        Philadelphia, PA on 14 September 1754 aboard the ship "Nancy."

MY NOTES:
Date: 20 Apr 99 08:05:58 -0700
From: Linda
To: TheShipsList-L@rootsweb.com
Message-Id: <199904201402.HAA21100@avocet.prod.itd.earthlink.net>
Subject: [TSL] Shiip Nancy Rotterdam to PA 1754
MIME-Version: 1.0

Hi, I would passenger list information and ship information for the ShipNancy.

Am looking for :Thomas Bauer who landed in
Philadelphia Sept. 14, 1754. Ship Nancy, John Ewing, Captain, from
Rotterdam, last from Cowes. Inhabitants of Lorraine.

Any and all appreciated,
Linda

Ultimately they arrived on Saturday, September 14, 1754 at Philadelphiaport.
There they took oaths of allegiance to the British Crown. Theirsignatures appear on Ship's list 215C, on file at the Pennsylvania
Archives in Harrisburg. It is interesting that Charles signed his lastname with a lowercase h, as is used on the family crest.
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On Saturday, Sept 14, 1754 nearly ninety men took the oath of allegianceto England at Philadelphia's new courthouse, later known as IndependenceHall. These men had arrived on the ship Nancy, presumably with theirfamilies, traveling from Lorrain (at that time a Province of northeasternFrance), down the Rhine river to Rotterdam, then to Cowes England, and onto America. The passengers were described as "Palatines", a group ofexiled Germans who Queen Anne had invited to settle in
her colonies. Among their number were Abram and Charles Huguelet.

Large groups of the Palatines moved and settled in the northwest part ofLoudon Co., Virginia in the late 1700s, and the Hugulets were among them.On January 1, 1772, a Jacob Huguley became a landholder in Virginia,leasing 135 acres from Bryan Fairfax in the Fairfax Proprietary in LoudonCo., VA. Both Job Huguely and Abraham did likewise, leasing 150 acreseach from Fairfax on September 6, 1777. Abraham, Charles, Jacob, and JobHugeley are shown as taxpayers in Loudon Co.,
VA in the 1780s. Charles had a son named Job, but Harold Huguley believesfrom his research there were two Jobs; one the son of Charles and anotherprobably a younger brother of Charles. He believes Jacob to also be ayounger brother of Abraham and Charles, though neither appear in the listof men at the Philadelphia courthouse. While all arrivals were supposedto take the oath of allegiance, it was common practice to excludechildren under 16 and women from this requirement, so they
may not be listed because of their age at the time. Sue Frances Hewgleyshows only one Job.

The wills for Abraham (Abram), Charles, and Jacob are still in existencein Loudon Co., VA. They contain the names of some of their wives andchildren, and by the time of their deaths, at least Charles had prosperedenough to own slaves. The dates the wills were probated give us at leastan approximate idea of when they died. Most census records for this areawere destroyed by fire in the war of 1812.

Job appears to have died in about 1811. At that time his wife, Tabitha,along with her children, moved to Wilson County, Tennessee. It also seemsthat some of the children of Jacob and Margaret moved at about the sametime. By this time, several variations of the Hugulet name had begun todevelop, including Hughley, Huguley, and Hewgley. Several persons withthese spellings of the Hugulet name appear in the 1840 census for WilsonCo., TN. It is from some of these that we are descended.

William Hewgley, the father of Nelson Hewgley, was born in about 1827,according to census records. He appears in the 1850 census with his wifeand children. In the 1840 census he would have been in the house of hisparents, but the indexes for the 1840 census do not include the names ofthe children, so thus far we have not been able to find which Hewgleyprior to that we are connected to. Hopefully with further research wewill be able to determine exactly where William links back to theoriginal Tennessee Hewgleys, and the Hugulets from Philadelphia andVirginia.

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