Timeline showing events in lives of those mentioned in today’s blog comments on timelines of the Barneys and the Johns and George Stagner. Sorry its a little fuzzy, but its the best I do given the source and destination. I believe it supports my statements.
For those followers, sorry for no recent posts. I spent a lot of time late last year and early this year trying to make sense of some DNA results and exploring Ancestry’s ThruLines.
Then, last month my wife of 52+ years passed away suddenly and the devastation has left me neither time nor inclination to do much.
I did, however, take time to go to the NGS conference in St. Charles, MO. On the way I visited two cemeteries holding John Stagners: Cox Cemetery, near Bowling Green, KY and John and Anna Memorial Cemetery in Salem, MO. Also I saw the Dry Fork Cemetery near Salem, where many Stagners are buried. I will post some pictures soon.
Today I published my hypothesis for the origin of Daniel Stagner and family. Daniel spent time in New York, Philadelphia, South Carolina and died in Nova Scotia. He was a Loyalist during the Revolutionary War.
The link to the page:
Daniel Stagner and Family
Today I added a new page: Who were the Henry Stagners in early records?
Henry Stagners have not been well studied to the best of my knowledge, so I present what I know and hypothesize what might be. Many Stagners could trace their origin to a Henry Stagner. Perhaps someday DNA will help to sort this out.
Again, if anyone has any information that can shed light of any of these men, please considering sharing.