I have pulled together several of the documents I have collected about William Hagins Sr. of Lancaster Co. SC and Mecklenburg Co. NC.I'll send this information in three parts.I apologize for the formatting.
The following information is from the Nancy Crockett Collection in the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.The informationcollected and in 1998 submitted to Crockett by William Boyce White of Roanoke VA.
Col. William Hagins*, renowned soldier of the AmericanRevolution, was born c. 1727 in Northern Ireland and died in Mecklenburg County, NC in 1790.[I will attach copy of March 10, 1873 letter to L. C. Draper from Robert Jefferson Hagins.***William Hagins lived on the Tar Kiln Branch now in NE portion of Lancaster County SC and is buried in Six Mile Church Cemetery in that county.. His will was probated in Mecklenburg Co, NC.]He was married c.1750-53 to Mary Patton, daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth Patton of Anson County, NC.She was born c 1727 and died in 1808.[Her will was probated in York County, SC.******]
I. William Hagins, Jr.Soldier of the Revolution; born c 1756; died September 08, 1833; married Mary Potts?) born c. 1776.(She may have been a daughter of William Potts.)
A.William P. HaginsBorn c. 1796; married ___Story.
B.Mary HaginsBorn 1798; died 1820, married DavidS. Patton as his first wife.
C.Elizabeth P. HaginsBorn 1803; died 1820 [buried Six Mile Cemetery with Grandfather William Hagins.]
D.James HaginsBorn 1806.
E.Jane McE. HaginsBorn 1809; died 1895; married first on December. 18, 1823 to Alexander Faris; married second to David S. Patton, as his second wife; married third to ____ Whitesides; buried at Neely’s Creek A. R. P. Churchyard.
F.Martha HaginsMarried on March 11, 1839 to Rev. Eleazer Harris who removed to Tennessee.
II. John HaginsBorn c. 1758; died before August 09, 1807; married Elizabeth ____ who died before her husband.
III. Sarah HaginsBorn c. 1760; married in 1779 to William Crye [William Crye, a Revolutionary soldier, born 1754 on the Isle of Man, eventually moved to Tennessee.[Attached find a copy of his pension papers. *****]
A.William Crye, Jr.
IV.Joseph HaginsBorn c. 1764; died November 25, 1807; married Margaret (“Margery”) _____ born c. 1765-70, died after 1807.
A.Mary Patton HaginsBorn c. 1791
B.Elizabeth HaginsBorn 1793, died 1832.
C.John Tutt HaginsBorn c. 1795; died before 1850; married Jane Dorothy Christie born January 08, 18121 and died October 03, 1882.
1.David Marion HaginsBorn June 18, 1836 at Belair, Lancaster County, SC; died October 14, 1920 at Rock Hill, SC;married in 1871 to Susan Morrow Porter daughter of Benjamin and Cynthia (Morrow) Porter born February 16, 1838 and died February 14, 1905.
2.“Dr.” Joseph John HaginsCSA veteran; born at Belair, SC on February 19, 1841; died September 17, 1933; married Maggie E. McLaughlin** born 1854 and died June 22, 1907.
3.Robert Jefferson HaginsCSA veteran; born November 08, 1843 at Belair, SC; died September 04, 1899; married Julia McLaughlin** born 1856 and died 1941.
a.John T. HaginsBorn September 24, 1874; died November 18, 1948.
b.Bennie HaginsMarried on September 28, 1892 to J. D. Cox of Statesville, NC.
4.Frances E. HaginsDied August 11, 1915; married on March 27, 1883 to James Spratt Wright of Clay Hill, York County, SC.
5.[Daughter]Married ____ McIlwain.
a.Jane McIlwainMarried ____ Moffatt of Chester County, SC, died 1887.
D.James M. HaginsBorn 1797; died 1847; married Jane ____.
1.Margaret Eliza Hagins.
2.Mary Jane Hagins.
E.Margery HaginsBorn c. 1799
F.David HaginsBorn 1801; died 1848; married Louisa ____.
1.Ann C. HaginsDied1827, age five years.
G.William HaginsBorn c. 1803; moved to Crittendon County, Arkansas.
H.Joseph Hagins, Jr.Born c. 1804; died December 05, 1848; married Elizabeth A. Dunlop (Dunlap) born 1803 and died after 1850.
1.William D. HaginsBorn 1828; married in 1856 to Lizzie R. Hough.
2.John A. HaginsBorn 1831.
3.David Morrow HaginsBorn 1833; died March 15, 1854 near Austin TX.
4.James Lafayette HaginsBorn 1836; moved to the West, perhaps Arkansas c. 1856-57.
5.Susan Jane HaginsBorn c. 1840-46.
V.Mary HaginsBorn 1766; died 1835; married James Baxter born 1766 and died 1830.
C.Margaret BaxterMarried ____ Garrison.
*Col. William Hagins, the progenitor probably has a brother John Hagins who married Elizabeth ____ .John Hagins received a Royal land grant in Mecklenburg County, NCon November 16, 1764.The land was situated on Twelve Mile Creek.He also owned land in what became Chester County, SC. (Chester Deed Book D, p, 328.)John and Elizabeth Hagins of Chester County, SC to Benjamin Rives of SC on September 18, 1794.[From Crockett Collection]
**Please Note:Maggie E. McLaughlin, Mrs. Joseph Hagins; and Julia McLaughlin, Mrs. Robert Jefferson Hagins had two sister: 1)Annie M. McLaughlin married H. C. Cox on January 03, 1884.He died September 04, 1906; 2)____McLaughlin married F. E. Ardrey.These McLaughlin sisters were daughters of ____McLaughlin who died in 1861 (CSA) and his wife Eliza Lucinda (McCall) McLaughlin who died May 29, 1914 at age of 80 years. [From Crockett Collection]
Mrs. Annie M. Cox’s daughter Adele married on October 03, 1906 to Edgar Bruce Howell.[From Crockett Collection]
Miss Annie Robinson Dunn of Rock Hill SC was a niece of Mrs. David. M. Hagins. [From Crockett Collection]