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Re: HAGERMAN/COURSER
Posted by: Patty Szalay (street) Date: January 19, 2002 at 04:11:59
In Reply to: Re: HAGERMAN/COURSER by Marg Hunter of 629

This is what i have that may help you all that are researching the Hagerman family.
There is a John Hagerman born in 1780-1838 , he had a older brother named Cornelius, both of them married and bought 400 acres in Queensbury. Cornelius was born in 1774. John was born in Long Island, N.Y. They grew up on there fathers farm of 200 acres in Queens Co. 1 1/2 acre grand at the lower end of Grand Lake. Their father was also a Johyn Hagerman who served with the New York volunteers and was one of thousands of Americans who joined the provisional army without rank to fight for their king and country and to preserve order.
The son John Hagerman born in 1780 he died interstae, in 1838 and was survived by his widow Mary Hagerman (Atherton) (married John in 1801, she was born in New Brunswick, Ca. .
they had 3 sons and 2 daughters. Two of the sons died before he did. His estate was made over by the other heirs to his elderst son. His family was well provided for with now owning near 1000 acres in New Brunswick. John Hagerman is referred to as Captain Hagerman as he served for many years in the 3rd york commanded by John Allen and was promoted to captain in 1829
It is possible that the james you are speaking of is a son of this man and wife mary .
thanks
patty


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