In 1880 Richard is in Kaufman TX working as a farm hand but I can't find him after that
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Richard Haggard Name: Richard Haggard Side: Union Regiment State/Origin: Arkansas Regiment Name: 2 Arkansas Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry COMPANY: K Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M383 roll 2
American Civil War Soldiers about William Haggard This is William M Haggard Name: William Haggard Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Arkansas Service Record: Enlisted as a Private. Enlisted in Company D, 1st Infantry Regiment Arkansas.
American Civil War Soldiers about William Haggard this is William C Haggard Name: William Haggard Side Served: Union State Served: Arkansas Service Record: Enlisted as a Bugler. Enlisted in Company M, 2nd Cavalry Regiment Arkansas.
1860 census, Bay, Jackson, AR
Margarett Glanton36VA Richard13 William13 Julia10 Emma9 Frank4 all ch AR
1850 census, Taylors, Jackson, AR
Margaret Roddy50GApers prop $7500 James9AR Sarah4AR Benjamin Glanton30SC Margaret27VA Julia1AR William Haggard4AR Richard4AR
Benjamin owned 2 slaves, 1 female 45, 1 male, 12 and Margaret Roddy owned 10 slaves
Glanton, Benjamin F.to Margaret A. Haggard1 Oct 1848
There was a W. J. Haggard that was the Clerk of Court, Jackson, AR 1840-1842 and 1844-1846
1840 census, SC
Lewis Glanton Edgefield
1830 census, SC
John Glanton Edgefield Lewis"
1820 census, SC (when Ben was born) Goodson Glanton, Abbeville, Abbeville JohnEdgefield JonathanEdgefield LewisEdgefield William HAbbeville, Abbeville
Contact the Edgefield genealogy society- they have a large library and maybe they can help you determine who Ben belongs to. Abbeville is next to Edgefield, I think all 5 men are connected-
In the 1870 census for Woodruff AR there is a John Homes, age 50, b VA, mulatto (back then that meant any mixture of black, white, or Indian)