How do you know you are a descendant of Johannes (John) and Elizabeth Van Hoose?
Did you know that this John obtained his first land purchases in the forks (north of Rocky River and west side of the Pee Dee River) in what was Anson that became Montgomery that is now Stanly County, NC? He obtained his land in 1765 and neighbors were the Van Hoose (multiple different spellings)family. Because of fevers then associated with BAD WATER he relocated about twenty years later to live in the area of Kings Creek that originally was in Wilkes but now Caldwell County between Lenoir and Wilkesboro.
I`m told that there is considerable information about this particular John in the verticle files of the Lenoir public library.
Personally, I descend from another Johannes Hägler who was my immigrant ancestor and he too obtained his land in 1765. It was on the east side of Dutch Buffalo Creek in what was Mecklenburg that in 1792 became Cabarrus County. The Dutch Buffalo flows into Rocky River from the north and these two John`s lived only about 20 miles apart (as the crow flies).
You have misspelled Ferguson and that may be your problem in trying to find the location of the Hagler cemetery. As I recall the Hagler`s lived along what`s now Dula Road. The cemetery you are looking for of course wouldn`t get up and move. I`m sure it`s still there where it has always been.
Go to Google and type telephone directory and then click search. Scan down to the site named Any Who and click. Then type Minton in the Last Name block and in the location block type Lenoir and click NC for state. I don`t know if there are more than one by that name in Lenoir but there was a maried lady there who was a school teacher and author of books for children who is a descendant of that Hagler who could be of assistance as she had her grandfather`s genealogical/historical records.
If you want, my e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org and I live in Raleigh, NC