Yes, Teresa, the Agertons are so scarce that I'd take any of them.Actually, I'm looking for Thomas Agerton, Sr. who was born in NC abt. 1740 and died in Chesterfield County, SC between 1810 and 1820. He owned land in NC as late as 1790 but sold out and moved to SC I'm interested in finding out when he first obtained land in SC. A will would be nice but the yankees burned the court house in Chesterfield County and I've little hope of finding that. A Tombstone might have an actual birth and death date if one exists. If I'm extremely lucky it also might show where he was born. I just keep dreaming.
Phillip Agerton (his son I think) married Sabra______ in Chesterfield County between 1810 and 1820. Some way to confirm this would also be nice but SC didn't require marriage licenses back then. If a Church record could be found (assuming one existed) that would be nice too. With luck it might show Sabra's surname. Again I'm dreaming but I keep hoping for a break.