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Re: John Stagner 1752 VA
Posted by: Robert McAlear (ID *****6616) Date: May 17, 2003 at 20:28:34
In Reply to: John Stagner 1752 VA by David C. Cope of 476

We don't know for certain who this John Stagner is. There was a John Stogganor in Brunswick Co., VA in 1736. Brunswick Co court records show a John Stogner serving as a soldier in 1757. One would think these two men are the same or related. Since "our" Stagner came over in 1738 he can't be the one shown in Brunswick Co in 1736 and it may follow that he is not the same man mentioned as a soldier in 1757. The Stogganor of 1736 and the Stogner of 1757 and the Stagner of Lunenburg Co 1752 could possibly all be the same man. If so, then the Stagner of Rowan Co., NC must be different man. There may be a connection to the Rowan Co bunch, but I don't know what it is.

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