born abt 1743 in NJ
died 16 Jan 1820
Died 22 Nov 1815
Elizabeth Hagerman 1779 - Died before 1780
Bapt. Date: 7 Feb 1779
Parents: Francis hegeman; Abigail Thorne
Source: Records of the reformed Dutch Church of new hackensack
Child: Elizabeth Reference ID: 559
Bapt. Date: 6 feb 1780
Francis hegeman; Abigail Thorne
1792, Aug. 24. Hagaman, Joseph, of Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., Will of. Wife, Eleanor, and sister, Secenute Hagaman, use of plantation and movables during their lives. Grandson, Joseph McCluchon (after decease of wife and sister), plantation and moveables; he paying following bequests. Sons, Joseph, Francis and Cornelius, each 5 shillings. Grandson, Joseph Hagaman (son of Joseph), 7 pounds. Grandson, Joseph Hagaman (son of Francis), 7 pounds. Grandson Joseph Robins, 7 pounds. Daughter Cathrina Hagaman, loom she weaves on. Daughter, Tonake Hagaman, 5 shillings. Executors--wife Eleanor, and Joseph McCluchon. Witnesses--Samuel Johnston, Lawrence Updike. Lib. 34, p. 229.
Proved Oct. 1, 1792. 1792, Sept. 26. Inventory, 182.16.6 pounds; made by Samuel Johnston and Lawrence Updike. File 1609J.
Name: Francis Hagerman
County: Essex County
Record Type: June Tax List
Database: NJ Tax Lists Index 1772-1822
1802 - Francis Hagaman of Knowlton Twp., Sussex Co. and Henry Dills of North Hampton Co., PA were fellowbondsmen on Will of Philip Apple of Knowlton Twp
Francis son Joshua married Henry's daughter Susanna
"Francis Hagaman of Knowlton Twp., Sussex Co. and Henry Dills of North Hampton Co., PA were fellowbondsmen on Will of Philip Apple of Knowlton Twp., Sussex Co., NJ. On Oct. 11, 1802 Francis and Peter Bellis made inventory--$2,967.80. On March 7, 1803 Francis Hagaman and Joseph Gardner did additional inventory--$58.06. Int. Administrators were David Bidleman, Henry Brugler (both of Knowlton Twp.), and John Apple of North Hampton Co., PA"
NJ Archives Documents," NJ Colonial Documents, vol. X 1801-1805, 1st Series Vol. XXXIX, Trenton: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., 1946, page 14 (Book available at James V. Brown Library, Williamsport, PA).
1815 - Abigail Died
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York, United States
Likely that she died while visiting one of her daughters, who lived in NY