born 22 May 1813, Upper Mount Bethel, Northampton Co., PA
1869--Deed. Anthony Twp., Montour Co., PA, Grantee Index A-L 1850-1958, Book 5, page 565, Date of Deed 8 Jan 1869, Recorded 15 Feb 1869.
Charles Smith, et ux grant land in Anthony Twp., to Mahlon Hagerman
1905--Deed. Anthony Twp, Montour Co., PA, Grantor Index A-L 1850-1958, Book 24, page 381, Date of Deed 26 June 1905, recorded June 8, 1906.
Sarah Ann Smith, John Hagerman, and Joshua Hagerman purchased land from Mahlon Hagerman (by heirs).
Neighbors: Amos & Isabella Haycock, Robert & Hannah Derr, Abm. & Sarah Bechtel, William & Esther Reynolds, Tobias & Sophia Shirts, David & Mary Wilson, and William & Nancy McKes.
Mahlon & Catharine Hagerman of Anthony Twp., Montour Co., Squires Hagerman of Upper Mount Bethel, and Francis & Juliann Hagerman of Upper Mount Bethel grant land to (their sister) Catherine Morey (also known as Katy, married to Jacob Morey) of Upper Mount Bethel. The transaction was made by the heirs and legal representatives of Joshua Hagerman, late of Upper Mount Bethel. The land included two tracts--No. 4 for 12 acres and 50/100th (perches?) and No. 6 for 4 acres and 59 perches. At the October 4, 1864 public vendue the land was sold to Morey for $90 per acre for No. 4 and $45 per acre for No. 6. Neighbors bounding this land included: Francis H. Hagerman, James Kintner, Peter W. Morey, and George Hoagland.
1880--Will. Northampton Co., PA, File No. 10120.
Will of Squires Hagerman--death on February 16, 1880 at residence in Upper Mount Bethel Twp. Charles Morey and Thomas Ott were Executors. Funeral services were conducted by the Presbyterian Churches of Portland and Williamsburg in trust. The Will states his housekeeper, Rachel A. Barns who is to have his land and house near village of Portland. It states his brothers F.H. Hagerman and Mahlon Hagerman and sister Katy, widow of Jacob Morey. Witnesses: Jere Reiner andHenry W. Gangewer. Will probated February 20, 1880. Inventory and appraisal accompanys file.
1904--Will. Montour Co., PA, Book 3, Page 575, No. 540, Dated December 8, Recorded
Last Will & Testament of Mahlon Hagerman of Anthony Twp. It mentions his children: Joshua, John, Susan Ellen Wyre, Sarah Ann Smith wife of Charles Smith, and Harriet Catharine Ford wife of Clayton Ford. It also mentions grand daughter Ellen Peeling and her husband Frank Peeling who are renting a dwelling from him and whom he bequeaths a house and lot to them near Comly, Limestone Twp. His sons, Joshua and John, are named Executors. E.L. Lyons and F.S. Peeling were witnesses.
1905--Letters of Administration. Montour Co., PA, Book 3, Page 575-577, No. 540-541, Dated February 16.
Letters of Administration were granted to Joshua and John Hagerman for the estate of Mahlon Hagerman, late of Anthony Twp., who died Tuesday, February 7, 1905 at 11:50 p.m.
1905--Inventory and Appraisement. Montour Co., PA, Book 2, Page 348, No. 429, and Book 3, Page 575, No. 540, Dated February 18.
Inventory and Appraisement of estate of Mahlon Hagerman. E.L. Lyons and Thomas Watts, appraisors. Appraisement of personal property set at $686.47.
From Historical and biographical annals of Columbia and Montour counties ...
Thhis tells me -
Estella Mae Lilley (Mary Ann Shade3, Lavina Yagle2, Conrad Yagel1) was born 21 JUL 1881 in Limestone Twp., Montour Co., PA, and died 1959 in Limestone Twp., Montour Co., PA. She married Mahlon Augustus Hagerman 14 AUG 1901 in Turbotville, Lewis Twp. Northcumberland Co., PA, son of Joshua Hagerman and Sarah Catherine Albeck. He was born 25 OCT 1882 in Comley, Anthony Twp., Montour Co., PA, and died 4 OCT 1938 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA.
Children of Estella Mae Lilley and Mahlon Augustus Hagerman are:
+ 24 i. Lee Jay Hagerman was born 8 DEC 1902 in Comley, Anthony Twp., Montour Co., PA, and died 14 FEB 1982 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA.
25 ii. Franklin Edward Hagerman was born 10 MAY 1905, and died ABT SEP 1905 in Turbotville (Turbotville's new cem).
+ 26 iii. Ruth Marie Hagerman was born 23 OCT 1906 in Turbotville, Montour Co., PA, and died 22 JUN 1963 in Williamsport, PA (turbotville's new cem).