Descendants of Laurentz LeCrown Timeline
Material below that is underlined is general
historical. Material below that is not underlined is based on historical records
regarding the family. Material that is in italics refers to family legends.
- Jamestown on the Santee is Established by French Hugenot
- 9 February Lorentz LeCrown born in Schönau, near Heidelberg (Church
- The French Hugenot refugees on the Santee petition to become a
- Summer According to legend, Adam (Laurenz) Lagrone, a Huguenot from Luxemburg
or Alsace-Lorraine or Oldenburg, fleeing a German controlled land to avoid
conscription to fight against his motherland, France. It has been suggested that he
was the youngest son of a large family. He was sealed in a Hogshead (barrel) on a
boat of sugar beets with the help of his merchant brother and stayed hidden until he was
well at sea. Adam lands either at Jamestown (although whether SC or VA is un clear,
and both have been suggested), or at Charleston, SC. He marries a German girl named
- Settlement of the Carolina "Back Country" begins.
- Legend has Adam (Laurenz) Lagrone settling the Dutch Fork about this time, building
the "Old Rock House" by the "bold strong
spring" where one day his three year old son, William, will drown.
- John Adam Summer is said to be the first white settler in the Dutch Fork region
(acccording to Summer family legends).
- First documented white settlers in the Dutch Fork region
(Brown, Geiger, Mattys, Derse, Fridig, Faust).
- Cherokee lands are purchased and opened.
- 6 May Lorentz Le Crown applies for permission to leave Palatine.
- July The families Le Crown leave Rotterdam.
- 19 September Lorentz Le Crown is recorded as having arrived on the Upton
to Charles Town.
- 4 November Lorentz Le Crown petitions for 450 acres. Tobias Le
Crown petitions for 300 acres
- Adam (Laurenz) Lagrone is thought by some to have built the "Old
Rock House" after this time.
- 22 June 450 acres of land are certified for Lorentz LeCrown
- 18 December 250 acres are certified for Tobias LeCrown between the Broad and
- 2 January 250 Acres on Crims Creek granted to Tobias LeCrown.
- 20 June 450 Acres on Cannon Creek granted to Lorentz LeCrown.
- May Jacob Weber begins to preach in the Dutch Fork area,
"in a state of grace".
- 25 January 100 acres at the headwaters of Cannons Creek are
granted to Elizabeth LeCrown (later land is Jacob Keppleman's)
- ??? 100 acres at the headwaters of Cannons Creek are granted to Maria Magdalen Le
Crowin (later land is Philip Gruber's)
- 10 October [350 acres on Indian Creek granted to William Largren
- Jacob Hoffman is granted land on the Palmetto (later Kinard's)
branch of Bush Creek. There he builds the "Old Rock
- 100 acres granted to Ully/Juliana Leakron on waters of Camping Cr. (later sold by
husband William Stone)[Deed Book F, p.343 (1804)]
- A Smallpox epidemic is widespread in the Back Country.
- October to December Adolph LeGrand is in the milita and accompanies Chevette's
batallion and the expedition of Governor
- The Cherokee War begins. As settlements begin to be
attacked, most farms are abandoned as people hide in the towns [it is not
unreasonable to assume that since "Germany's Fort" is literally just up the hill
from Lorentz's land grant, that the early Le Crowns were aware of the events around them -
risking death and disease while hiding out in the fort. Some of them probably served
in the Militia - and it is also possible to speculate that these events may be why
several family members disappear from the records (e.g. "Laurence")]
- February Two men are killed and scalped near Germany's
- 3 February The 96 settlement is attacked.
- 3 March The 96 settlement is attacked, while smallpox
inside kills 14 people
- Weberites are attacked by the other settlers for no other
reason than they were preaching the divinity of Jacob Weber.
- Summer Desertions and looting by people in the
Milita intended to fight the Cherokee mark the beginning of the Back Country Lawlessness.
- Jacob Weber is hung..
- December. The Cherokees sign a peace treaty.
- 25 June 100 acres between Cannon's Creek and Crim's Creek granted
to John Adolph LeGrown
- 31 Oct John A. Le Gronne - 100 acres Cannon's Creek (Vol. 13-314) [G.
Leland Summers/Bill Nix]
- Summer. There is a crime wave in the Back Country.
- Gangs are running rampant.
- 16 June A gang led by the Black Brothers attack Capt.
Buzzard's plantation on Cannon's Creek, shooting Buzzard in the shoulder.
- 18 June The gang returns to Buzzard's planation and loot
- 10 August Lawrence Legran sold 300 ac to Abraham Nordicke in
Berkeley Co. (Plat Abstracts 0009 003 0006 0059 01 Archives) [HA]
- South Carolina "Regulator" units begin to appear for
the first time
- 29 April Abraham Nordike is granted 300 acres next to
"Laurence Lagront" as recorded in book CCC p.181
- The Ranger/Regulators begin to spread out. At first they
are supported by the Central Government.
- June A Congress of Regulators is called
to meet at the Congarees.
- 2 August Lt. Gov Bull issued a proclaimation to
supress the Regulators.
- 6 August Lt Gov Bull offers pardons to those Regulators
who would keep the peace.
- Circuit Court Act, to strengthen the Back Country legal
- 125 acres being legally transferred by will of Laurence(Lorentz) Lagrone to his son,
Tobias (Will of Lorentz Lagrone, as referred to in Deed Book E, p.133)
- 9-10 May Adam Nordike sells to Doras Feltmat 200 acres adjacent
to land laid out to Laurence Lagront, part of 300 acres granted to said Abraham Nordike,
29 April 1767, (Deed Book CCC, p. 181)[IMC - South Carolina Deed Abstracts
- 54 acres on Hawleek Cr. granted to Frederick Legrone (Deed Book H, p. 245)(by 1806, this
land belonged to other people)
- 31 October Governor Montague pardons 75 Regulators.
- 14 May 46 acres on the waters of Saluda River/54 Acres Hawleek
Creek are granted to Frederick Leakgrown.
- 17 May 100 Acres on Camping Creek granted to Margaret LeCrown
(Later sold by Mathias Rhinehart)
- 12 August John Adolph gave a 100 acre tract to John Frederick
LeGrown [HA]. John Frederick is his only son and heir [CN/WH](Charleston Deeds, Vol. E-4,
- 24 March Tobias Legron sold 125 ac to Jacob Ferrar on Santee
River in Craven Co, and 200 ac between Broad and Saluda rivers in Berkley Co. (Memorial
abstract, Archives) [HA]
- 27 May Laurentz Legrown (no dower) sells 100 acres of Laurence
Lagrone tract to Frederick Lagrone (Deed Book K p.176, and Q p.288)
- A Provincial Congress is organized in South Carolina, it is
comprised by a number of members of the SC House of Commons.
- 21 April The Provincial Congress's
"Secret Committee of Five", led by William Henry Drayton, seizes 1,600 pounds of
gunpowder, 800 guns and 200 cutlasses from the British government.
- 3 May Arthur Lee's letter arrives in Charles
Town from London, regarding putting down the rebellion.
- 8 May Word reaches South Carolina that
fighting has broken out in the North at Lexington and Concord. The Provincial Congress,
under Henry Laurens, authorizes the enlisting and training of 1,500 troops.
- 29 May South Carolina Gazette publishes the
text of a letter from an American in London regarding British plans to promote slave
revolts. After this point, the government of the Colony is de facto in the hands of
the Provincial Congress and its Council of Safety. John Murray, Earl of Dunmore,
Royal Governor of Virginia, passes a proclamation freeing slaves who leave their masters
to fight for the Royal side.
- 18 June Lord William Campbell, the new Royal
Governor of South Carolina, arrives in Charles Town aboard the Scorpion. He is coldly
received. However, a delegation from the Provincial Congress requests that he inform the
King that they don't necessarily want independence.
- June Two Loyalist citizens of Charles Town,
James Dealy and Laughlin Martin, are tarred and feathered for speaking out against the
Committee of Correspondence, and stating that they hoped that Catholics, Indians and
Blacks would be armed.'
- 18 August A free Black pilot is hanged for
saying that he would be happy to guide British ships across the bar of Charles Town
- Mid-September Governor Campbell moves his
entourage aboard the sloop Tamar. It and several other ships anchor off Sullivan's
Island in Charles Town Harbor, where they become the center of fugitive slave
- Mid September William Henry Drayton's forces
Whig supporters meet a force of Loyalists on the Saluda River. There is no actual
fighting, although tension in the Up-Country region is high between the two
- 1 November A second Provincial Congress is
convened, with William Henry Drayton as its president. A number of locations are
fortified around Charles Town, and around the state, on the order of the rebel Councils of
- 19-21 November A battle at Ninety Six fort.
560 Rebel soldiers under Maj Andrew Williamson capture a wagon train of ammunition being
transported to the Indians as part of their hunting allotment. They are eventually
defeated by 1500+ Loyalist soldiers, under Patrick Cunningham and Joseph Robinson, when a
truce is called between the sides. The Loyalists then confiscate the ammunition. There are
no British soldiers or officers around. ("Fort 96" was an old British fort, so
named, since it was 96 miles south of Cherokee capitol of Keowee).
- 19 December A party of 54 rebel soldiers,
dressed like Indians, and led by Col William Moultrie, attack the fugitive slave camp on
Sullivan's Island, killing several runaway slaves and burning their homes.
- December Governor Campbell takes an
unknown number of fugitive slaves and returns to England. He takes with him the Royal Seal
of the Colony.
- December "The Snow Campaign" Rebels
attack Loyalist groups in spite of the truce. A group of 2500 rebel troops led by Col
Richard Richardson, under the orders of the Council of Safety, retake the ammunition from
the 96 engagement.
- 26 March South Carolina adopts a state
constitution, and elects John Rutledge as President, and Henry Laurens as Vice President.
- April The Continental Congress prohibits the
import of Africans to any of the thirteen colonies.
- June Sir Peter Parker arrives in Charleston
Harbor with a flotilla of nine vessels.
- 28 June The Battle of Fort Sullivan sets Sir
Peter Parker against Col William Moultrie.
- 8 July Parker withdraws his vessels and takes
them north to New York, abandoning Charleston to the rebels. After this, the Cherokee
allies of the British attack the northern settlements. The South Carolina militia is sent
into the Uplands to deal with the Cherokees.
- May Georgia and South Carolina representatives
meet with the Cherokees at Dewitt's Corner, and concluded a
treaty that gives to the state the northwestern counties.
- February At Valley Forge, John Laurens
suggests to his father, Henry Laurens (president of the Continental Congress) that a well
chosen regiment of black troops would be useful. This suggestion is met with disdain
- South Carolina passes an act granting 200 acres of land to
Continental Line Troops from SC, in the new districts (now Anderson, Oconee and Pickens
- January British forces under General Augustine
Prevost capture Savannah.
- May General Prevost crosses the Ashley River,
and attacks Charleston General Benjamin Lincoln chases him off. The title of
principle officer of state is changed to "Governor".
- February to March British General Sir Henry
Clinton leads men and a fleet to Charleston. Clinton lays siege to Charleston. Small
battles begin to be fought between British and American forces.
- April Forts Moultrie and Johnson fall to the
British. Col. Tarleton cuts up a rebel force at Monck's Corner.
- 25 April Fort Granby (Columbia) falls to the
- 12 May Charleston falls after a short British
siege. Clinton releases the Militia on parole, and locks up the Continental
- 13 May (First date on Stub records for Col. Philemon Waters Regt)
- May to June Within days of the fall of
Charleston, Cornwallis has occupied Augusta, Ninety Six, Camden and establish smaller
garrisons at Rocky Mount, Cheraw, and Georgetown. This is about the same time that British
troops camping out establish what will be the town of Newberry.
- 29 May Tarleton's dragoons capture a
detachment of infantry, under Col Abraham buford, outside Lancaster. The rebels
surrender and ask for quarter, and Tarleton's men slaughter them.
- 8 June Before he leaves to return to New
York, Clinton proclaims that all paroled Militia must take up arms for England, or be
classified as traitors and risk hanging. This has the effect of cutting out all neutrals
that might have remained. The British in Charleston start recruiting locals to fill out
their occupation force.
- Early July By this point, there have been over
fifteen clashes between Whigs and Tories.
- 16 August British under Cornwallis defeat (and
nearly whip out) rebels under MG Horatio Gates at Camden. The Regulars under General
Johann Kalb are forced to withdraw when the Militia flees. Kalb is killed in the
- 27 August "The Swamp Fox" (Francis
Marion) leads a militia raid at Kingstree.
- 7 October American frontiersmen take Loyalist
positions under Major Ferguson at King's Mountain
- 17 January Americans win a victory at
- 24 February (Date of Maj Livingston's Muster Roll for Feb-24 Apr
- 25 April Hobkirk Hill.
- May A battle at Ninety Six fort. 550 Loyalist
soldiers, under LTC John Cruger, are defeated by 1100 rebel soldiers under General
- 15 July British forces land at Strawberry
Ferry, and meet up with the Royal 19th Regt at Biggin Church.
- 17 July Col Coates burns Biggin Church before
proceeding on a plantation by plantation search and destroy mission. They later engage a
rebel force at the Battle of Quenby Bridge. The Americans lose the battle, but the British
don't come up the river again.
- 18 September Battle of Eutaw Springs
- 19 October General Charles Lord Cornwallis
surrenders at Yorktown, Virginia.
- January to February Rebel troops sack and burn
loyalist plantations near Charleston.
- 24 February Wambaw plantation is seized by
American troops to retaliate against its Loyalist owner.
- 19 April Letter describing murders of 300 Loyalists in 96th Dist,
S. Camden, and 5 in Charleston, including describing Frederick Lagrone as being murdered
as a Tory before this time.
- June John Laurens again presents his plan to
arm black troops.
- August John Laurens is killed in a skirmish
with British troops on the Combahee River.
- 16 November (Last date on Stub records for Col. Philemon Waters
- 14 December British Soldiers leave Charleston.
With them are numerous Loyalists and upwards of 6000 black Loyalists and slaves.
- 3 September Final Treaty of Paris
- South Carolina Legislature passed resolutions confiscating
property of those still resident who had fought for the British.
- 25 November Last British troops leave New York
- 24 April William Lagrene (William Largren) yeoman, and Ann, his
wife, of Indian Creek in Ninety-Six District, , sold 350 acres if the William Lagrone
grant to Robert Brook being situated in Ninety-Six District on Indian Creek, on the south
side of Eneree Rivers and bounded on all sides by vacant lands. Said land sold in
consideration of £500 lawful money (Deed Book A, p.205) [BA][Vr/HA] [N: I can't find any
evidence of this original grant - not proven]
- 8/9 September Adam (X) Lagrone witnesses a lease of land between
George Drafts and John Spulberger (Deed Abstracts, M-5, 232-233)
- 1-3 March Tobias Lagrone sold a 125 acre tract being part of the
450 acre Lawrence LeCrown grant (and part of the 250 acres he had received earlier) to
Mathias Reinehart (Deed Book E, p. 133/4; Deed Book F, p. 133-4)
- 12 March 62 1/2 acres of the 250 acres land grant of Tobias LeCrown was
conveyed by grantee to Adam Lagrone (Signed with mark. Wife Mary) (Deed Book D, p. 539)
- 25/26 April The eastern half of Tobias Lagrone grant conveyed to
Frederick Lagrone (to become the "Old Frederick Lagrone place") (Deed Book J,
- 12 April Date of Stub record for Frederick Le Crown (?)
- 18 Sept Tobias Lagrone, Weaver, to loving son, John Jacob...for
good will & affection, 125 acres of land on Cannons Creek bounded by lands of
Nicholas, Wise and Gray which was part of original grant to Laurence Laygrown in 1752 and
willed by said Laurence to said Tobias, his eldest son and lawful heir (Deed Book B (or A
or P), p. 385) (John signed with mark)
Adam Legrand. 96 Dist, Newberry p.78
Jacob Ligrand 96 Dist, Newberry p.78
Frederic Ligrand 96 Dist, Newberry p.78
Susanna Legrand 96 Dist, Newberry p.78
Oliver Legrand [Vr/HA] 96 Dist, Newberry p.78 or p.27
- 26 April John Legron Jr., grandson of Adolph Legrone, Sr., bought
31 or 70, acres on Cannons Cr. from James McMaster (Deed Book J, p.221)
- 6 January Audaulph Lagrone witnessed a bond on the estate of Jacob
Kippleman (Deed Book B, pages 746-7)
- 19 September John Adolph Lagrown gave his grandson, Frederick
Legron 100 acres out of the 450 acre tract that Lawrence Lecrown had received. In that
deed Frederick reserved a life estate in favor of his wife, Ann Mary. (Deed Records, Vol.
C, page 124 )
- 1 February John Adam Legron of Newberry Dist. South Carolina,
planter, sold to John Kibler, weel-wright, of the same place for £32, sterling, 62 1/2
acre of land situated by the fork of Broad and Saluda Rivers, being part of a tract of 250
acres originally granted to Tobias Legron ... joining lands of Frederick Darrar, Christian
Haupt and Frederick Lagrone. The said 62 1/2 acre tract was transferred to J. Adam Lagrone
from his father Tobias Lagrone by deed dated March 12,1785 and now J. Adam Lagrone and
wife, Mary Lagrone deed same to said John Kibler. [Vr/HA](Deed Book A, p. 539)(Deed Book
D, p. 539)(John Adam signed with Mark)
- 1 February J. Adam Lagrone, planter, of Newberry Co., bought rom
J.Adam Houseal, sadler, of Lexington Co., 180 acres of land in the fork of Broad and
Saluda Rivers, bounded on all sides by vacant lands, and being a part of a 250 acre tract
originally granted to Peter Heyman on July 4,1754. [Vr/HA](Deed Book D, p. 387)
- 1 February Adam Houseal sold to Adam Lagrone 180 acres on Cannons
Cr, bounded on all sides by vacant lands, of Peter Weyman grant (Deed Book H, p. 34)
- 7 June John Lagrone bought at tract of 231A on br. of Cannons Cr.
being part of a tract originally granted to William Taylor 9 Dec 1794, NE and NW on
Frances Wilsons land, NE by John Means, SE and NE laid out, SE by John Garmanys land, NW
and SE by Jacob Capplemans land, SW by George Fellmans land, W by Jas. Wilson. . (Deed
Book E, p. 372, Deed Book K-7?)
- 10 October Adam Lagrone Sr. (Mary Dower) sell 180 acres (of Hans Weyman
Grant) on Cannons Cr. to Michael Jubler (Kibler). Witness Jacob (I*) Lagrone (Deed
Book H, p. 34) [WH] (Newberry Deed Bk P-2 p.9)
- 8 December John Jacob Lecrown sold to John Peter Kinard 125 acres
of land in Newberry District, on waters of Cannon Creek, originally granted to Laurence
Lecrown in 1752 and by his will was given to his eldest son, Tobias Lacrown, who by deed
of gift conveyed same to said John Jacob Lacrown, bounding on lands of Frederick Gray and
heirs of Adolph Lecrown on northwest; lands of Henry Halfacre on the southwest; Mathias
Rinehart on the south; by Nichelas Wise on the west. (Deed Book E, p. 144)
Adam Laground, p.83 (Newberry Co)
Elizabeth Laground, p. 83 (Newberry Co)
Frederic Laground, p. 82 (Newberry Co)
Jacob Laground,p.83 (Newberry Co.)
John Laground, p.82 (Newberry Co.)
John Laground, p. 83 (Newberry Co.)
Oliver Lagran, p. 251 (Lexington Co.)
- 11 July Frederick Lagrone (Elizabeth dower) sold for $125, 62 1/2
acres of the Tobias Lagrone grant on Crims Cr. to John Lagrone, planter, witnessed by
Andrew (or Adam) Lagrone (Deed Book I, p.207) (Book K, p. 207)
- 5 February John Lagrone (wife Mary) bought land from Elisha
Hammond, Jesse Dobbins, and Thomas T. Cureton on Bush River (mentioned Deed book Q or O
- 23 February John Lagrone sold the tract of 231A on br. of Cannons
Cr. being part of a tract originally granted to William Taylor 9 Dec 1794, NE and NW on
Frances Wilsons land, NE by John Means, SE and NE laid out, SE by John Garmanys land, NW
and SE by Jacob Capplemans land, SW by George Fellmans land, W by Jas. Wilson. to Gaspar
Pester. (Deed Book E, p. 373-4, Deed Book J, p.328)
- 21 April John (EL) Legrone (Christian (X) Lagrone, Dower) of
Newberry sold Abraham Taylor 100 acres of Laurence Legrone tract. (Newberry Deed
Records, Vol, K, page 178)(Q-2, p.288)[WH][GR] [This land was Frederick Lagrone's purchase
from Laurentz Legrown land]
- Adam Lagrone Jr. marries Christina Dominick, according to legend, in Perry Co., Al.
- 23 January John Lagrone Sr of Newberry buys 64 acres of Andrew
Thomas grant (Fred Lagrone Sr. witnessed).
- 8-18 February Andrew Thomas (Jr) sold John Lagrone, Sr, Planter,
100 acres for $300, being part of Andrew Thomas Sr grant (Deed Book I, p.202)
- 6 January Adam Lagrone Jr (wife: Christiana Rickard) and John
Rikard (Margrad Rikard), sold either the right to land, or land to, John Dominic.
[CN/WH][Vr/HA][WR/KASWEST](Newberry Deed Records, Vol, K, page 176) (Q-2, p.288) [WH,GR]
- 17 March John Lagrone Sr (and wife Agnes) sold to John Kebler, 62
1/2 acres of John Michael Gadringer grant on Crims Cr. bounding on Weddow Freys land,
Martin Kinard, Fred. Lagrone, Weddow Bears, Thomas Rykard and Matthew Rickard lands(Deed
Book I, p.199)
- 30 April Jacob Counts, having married Susannah, the widow of John
Fredreick Lagrone, and son in law Henry Furr sold to John Lagrone Jr., son of Frederick
Lagrone 55 [?] 3/4 acres of land on a branch of Cannons Creek. (Deed Book J, p. 654)
- 21 January John Lagrone and Mary Christena, his wife and Frederick
Davis and Mary, his wife, deeded to Ulrich Mayer, 75 acres of land on Camping Creek
(Cromer grant) (Deed Book J, p. 473)
- 15 February Benjamin Busbee Senr. to (Adam?) Lagrone, for $300, conveys
50 acres on waters of Clouds Creek, part of a grant to Lewis Powell.(Edgefield Deeds,
- 7 Dec Martin Kinard Sr bought from Frederick Lagrone, Sr, 125 acres
known as the "Old Frederick Lagrone place", the eastern half of the Tobias
Lagrone grant (Deed Book J, Page 288).
- John Lagrone bought a 394A tract on east side Bush River near St. Lukes Church (Deed
Book J, p.328)[CN/WH]
- 4 February John Lagrone (hatter) sold 100 acres of "Adolph
Legrones Old place" Adolph Lagrone grant on a dry branch of Cannon Creek, to Harman
Auhl (Deed Book J, page 354)
Fred Lagron Newberry, p. 107, No Twp
Jacob Lagrone, Sr. Newberry, p. 104, No Twp
Jacob Lagron Jr Newberry, p. 104, No Twp
John Lagron Newberry, p. 104, No Twp
John A Lagroon Edgefield, p. 76, No Twp
*Adam Lagrone. Williamson Co. (Probably -- these records are missing)
- ??? John Lagrone sold land on Clouds Cr. in Edgefield District [CN/WH](Edgefield
- 9 January Abraham Taylor sells 100 AC of Laurence Lagrone grant
(sold by John Lagrone 1802) to Frederick Lagrone Jr (Newberry Deed Book K, p. 179)
- The lands of Alabama are ceded to the US by the Creeks through
the Treaty of Fort Jackson, and ostensibly vacated
- The area that will become Perry Co., Alabama becomes part of
- 31 May from Joel Bell of the Edgefield Dist., for $400,conveys to
David Lagrone, of Newberry Dist., 60 acres on Beaverdam Creek of Saluda River adjacent to
Smith, Ethridge, Deshazo, Roe, Hardy Fluke. [WH](Edgefield Deeds, 33-336/7)
- 2 June John (EL) Lagrone Sr. (Agnes dower) sells to Peter Stockman 67
acres on Crims Creek, being a part of a tract of the Andrew Thomas tract sold to John
Lagrone [Vr/HA](Deed Book L, p. 223)
- 19 June John (IL) Leggrone Sr (Agnes Dower) sells to 83 Acres of
Tobias Lagrone Tract and part of Andrew Thomas Sr. Tract. (Newberry Deed Bk M-431)
- 11 August John (I*L) Lagrone Sr. (Agnis dower) sells 126 acres of
Andrew Thomas grant to John Eigleberger (Newberry Deed Bk Q p.2, Q-2 p.190)
- 5/6 September John Lagrone purchases 56 acres Samuel McConnel Grant on
Cannons Cr. (Newberry Deed Records, Vol. Q-2, pg. 461)
- The area that will become Perry Co., Alabama becomes part of
- 6 January from William Roe of Edgefield Dist., to David Lagrone,
of Edgefield Dist., conveys 95 acres on Beaverdam Creek of Saluda.(Edgefield Deeds,
- Dec The first documentable white settler of
the Perry County region, Anderson West, moves in.
- 4 February John Lagrone and his wife Margaret sold 56 acres Samuel
McConnel Grant on Cannons Cr. to Jacob Sligh. [CN/WH] (Newberry Deed Records, Vol. Q-2,
- The area that will become Perry Co., Alabama is part of
Tuskaloosa, Cahawba, Dallas, and Merengo Counties.
- The Adams-Onis treaty fix the northern and eastern borders of
Elizabeth Legrand Richand Co, p. 94, No Twp
John Legrand Pendleton Co, p. 214, No Twp
John Legrand Newberry Co, p. 148. No Twp
John Legroan Newberry Co, p. 158, No Twp
David Legrone Edgefield Co, p. 80, No Twp
Henry Legrone Edgefield Co, p. 122, No Twp
John Lagrand Edgefield Co, p. 122, No Twp
John Legrone, Sr. Edgefield Co, p. 122, No Twp
Mary Lagron Williamson Co.,p.64
William Lagron Williamson Co.,p.64
- Spain leaves Mexico
- 23 September From David Legrone of Edgefield Dist., to Arter
West, of Edgefield Dist., for $1000 conveys 155 acres on Beaverdam Creek, a branch of
Clouds Creek of Saluda River, part of a tract granted to David Toleson, and confiscated as
the property of Charles Adkins, and purchased by John Calhoun, being part of No. 6 and No.
7, plat held by Thomas Anderson made by his father by request of said Calhoun, adjoining
John Legrone. [WH] (Edgefield Deeds, 39-319/20)
- 1 October Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Legrone, John G. - #? 79.625 acres Cahaba office Sec 11, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
Stephens meridian (Perry Co.) [Little Brush Creek, just northeast of Brush
Creek, Section centered on intersection of Woods Rd and 154]
- 7 May John Lagrone (Mary dower) of Newberry sold 10 acres of land
on the waters of the Bush River to George Gray (Deed Bk (or O) p.305).
- Rebellious Settlers in Texas seize Nacodoches.
- 18 December Arthur Carmichal bought 40 acres of land on Bush
Creek from John Lagrone
- 13 December from John Legrone Senr. of Edgefield Dist., for $200,
convey to Jacob Legrone land on Beaverdam Creek and Roes Branch, 254 acres, part of a
tract sold by the commissioners of confiscated estates as the property of Charles Atkins,
and part of an adjacent tract granted to Edward Coe, October18, 1774, 300 acres, land
grant to Edward Coe was conveyed to me by Robert Deshazo Senr, July 19, 1817, adjoining
John Legrone Junr., heirs of Cornelius Roe deceased. [WH] (Edgefield Deeds, 46-200/1 (or
- Some LaGrones leave Alabama for Texas. Get stuck in a stream...
- Nicholas Lagrone bought land in Bibb Co. in 1829 [BA}
- 7 July Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, David - #3999 79.64 acres. Cahaba office E½SW Sec 8, Twp 19N, Rg 8E St Stephens
meridian; W½NW 8/ 9-N 8-E. St Stephens
- 10 July Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, David - #4223 79.59 acres 1829/07/10 Cahaba office W½NW Sec 14, Twp 19N, Rg
8E St Stephens meridian [Section across the Cahaba from Wells Creek joining with River].
- Mexico, after repeated refusals to sell its northern
territories to the US, exacerbates the issue by refusing to allow the immigrants from the
US to bring in slaves.
- Adam Lagrone Jr appears in the Perry County, AL. Census
- 6 April The Mexican government decrees to stop further
immigration of Americans into Texas. Fort Teran is created.
- 1 October Williamson Co., TN Deed lists all of Adam Sr's living
- 16 November Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, David - #? 79.64 acres Cahaba office E½NW Sec 8, Twp 19N, Rg 8E St
Lagrone, Adam - #4572 79.84 acres Cahaba office SENE Sec 30, Twp 21N, Rg
8E St Stephens meridian [2 miles west of Jerico, 1 mile NW of Heilberger]
Legron, Adam - #4906 79.64 acres Cahaba office E½NE Sec 8, Twp 19N, Rg 8E St
Stephens meridian [Section centered on Cahaba Hgts Road, about 900 meters north of
Sewage Plant. Between Junction of 5 and 183 and Rice Creek?] (not found
Legron, Nicholas - #4907 79.64 acres Cahaba office W½SE Sec 8, Twp 19N,
Rg 8E St Stephens meridian.
Adam Lagrone Perry Co. p.76
David Lagrone Perry Co., p. 49
Jno Jr. Lagrone Perry Co., p. 74,
John G. Lagrine/Lagrive Pike, p. 51, No Twp
John Lagrone Sr. Pike, p. 46, No Twp
Jacob Lagrone Crf , p.407
John Lagrone Cfr, p.407
George Legrand Frk, p.214
Jesse Legrand, Sr. Frk, p.214
John N. Legrand Elb, p.119
Sarah Legrand Frk, p.248
Adam Lagrove Lowndes Co. p.211
John Lagrove Noxube Co. p. 94
Adam Lagrove Noxube Co. p.102
Adam Lagrove Noxube Co. p.110
J. Lagrone Edgefield, p. 158
Henry Lagram Edgefield, p. 158
Jon Legrin Edgefield, p. 155
J. Lagron Newberry, p. 119
William Legrone Will, p. 187
- 17 May Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Legron, James - #5569 84.8 acres Cahaba office SE Sec 21, Twp 21N, Rg 8E St Stephens
- 20 May Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, David, Jr #26691 0, 116.16 acres Cahaba office W½NW and SENW Sec 36, Twp
21N, Rg 7E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, David, Jr #26692 38.72 acres Cahaba office NWSW Sec 36, Twp 21N, Rg 7E
St Stephens meridian
- 1 August Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Hartley, David #6706, 80.475 acres, W ½ SW, sec. 32, 20N8E, St Stephens Meridian, Perry
Hartley, David #6708, 80.045 acres, W ½ SE, sec.31, 20N8E, St Stephens Meridian,
Perry Co., Alabama.
Legron, James - #7291 80 acres 1831/08/01 Cahaba office E½NW Sec 21, Twp 21N, Rg 8E
St Stephens meridian
Legron, James and Adam Koon - #7292 134 acres Cahaba office A Sec 21, Twp
21N, Rg 8E St Stephens meridian
- 16 September Willis Vaughn and Polly Lagrone married in Perry Co., AL.
- Elder Daniel Parker; his father, Elder John; bothers Jas. W.,
Benjamin, Silas, and John Parker in Crawford Co., Illinois get permission to go to
Texas with settlers. (Previously, some may have come from Virginia to Illinois)
- *Empressario Henry Thorn recruits Lagrones to settle near Nacodoches, but makes them
wait on the Sabine until ... then Thorne disappeared, leaving the Lagrones without any
backers. [Possibly the Col. Thorn referred to Early Reminiscences, Texas--By D. L.
Kokernot (Gonzales Inquirer of August 17, 1878)? or more likely Frost Thorn (1793-1854].
- *Some LaGrones cross the Socogee, not realizing that they were in Texas. They
- 1 October 1st Consultation and Convention at San Felise
de Austin. Frost Thorn is present.
- "Battle of Nacodoches" pushes Mexican Troops out of
- 25 November William Allen Lagrone marries Martha Vaughn in Alabama.
- Willis Vaughn and family settle in the Milam region (they are driven back to
Panola Co. area, some time afterwards.
- July - Parker and co. leave Illinois
- December - Some of the Parkers remain in
Elkhart. The rest eventually settle near the Navasota River (the implication is that
they went straight there, but they may have stopped off elsewhere for a short while)
- 14 December David Lagrone marries Mary Ann Lightsey? (doesn't move to
Texas until after the Civil War).
- 22 May Robertson's Colony boundaries are decreed.
Robertson is named Empressarrio.
- 4 September Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, John #14758 38.325 acres 1834/09/04 Cahaba office SWSE Sec 5, Twp 19N, Rg 8E
St Stephens meridian
- 15 October Robertson's Colony land office is opened.
- 20 October First Robertson's Colony land title is
- The Parkers, the Anglins, the Frosts, the Bates, the Plummers,
the Kelloggs, the Dutys and Dwight Nixon take up residence at "Fort
- Area of Williamson Co., is settled to help stabilize the region
against the Indians with the founding of a Rangers outpost on headwaters of Bushy
Cr. (This may be after 2 March 1836)
- Adam LaGrone moves to "Williamson Co. on the San Gabriel" (Hi's Story...)
- 14 May Nicholas Lagrone "& Francis, his wife..." sell 79 acres of
west half of SE quarter, section 8, twp. 19, rg, 8 [Perry Co. Alabama Deed Records, Book
B, p. 810 - BA]. (This may be about the time he sold his land in Bibb Co. as well.]
- 2 October- Incident at Gonzales.
- 14 October Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, James - #16109 40 acres Cahaba office NWSW Sec 21, Twp 21N, Rg 8E St
Lagrone, Adam - # 16173 39.92 acres Cahaba office SENE Sec 30, Twp 21N, Rg 8E St
Lagrone, John G #16187 39.8 acres Cahaba office SENE Sec 11, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
- 16 October Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, William A. #16921 37.02 acres Cahaba office NESE Sec 25, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
Lagrone, William A. #17072 37.02 acres Cahaba office NWSE Sec 25, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
- 13 November The Robertson's Colony Land office is
closed by the Texas Provisional Government.
- 20 November Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Henry #19184 80.48 acres Cahaba office E½SW Sec 29, Twp 20N, Rg 8E St
Lagrone, Henry #19185 78.96 acres Cahaba office W½NE Sec 27, Twp 20N, Rg 8E St
Hartley, David #19186, 80.04 acres, E ½ SE, sec. 31, 20N8E, St Stephens Meridian,
Perry Co., Alabama.
Lagrone, John #19202 80 acres Cahaba office E½SW Sec 14, Twp 20N, Rg 8E St
- At some point, families are ordered to pull back to to Nacodoches. The Parkers
- Spain finally acknowledges Mexican Independence from the Crown.
- 14-19 January - Houston orders the Alamo
destroyed and the troops withdrawn (or doesn't, depending on what historians you want
- 22 Feb-6 March - Seige of the Alamo.
- 2 March - Texas Declaration of Independence is
signed in Nacodoches.
- 3 March - Willis Vaughn joins the T exas Rangers.
- 27 March - Goliad Massacre
- 15 April - Burning of Harrisburg
- 21 April - Battle of San Jacinto
- 8 May - W. A. LaGrone joins the Rangers
- "Adam LaGrone at Ft Parker Story" (only a couple of days before...) AJ was
said to have first spotted the Indians coming.
- 18/19 May - Massacre at Fort Parker.
- about 25 May - 18 survivors from Ft. Parker
reach Fort Houston.
- 23 August - W. A. LaGrone joins the Rangers
- Some Lagrone families returned to area where they crossed the Socogee and resettled.
- "Pre-1837" AJ claims lands and applies
- E., Jacob and Jacob Jr all claim land and apply (Jacob Sr. got 1280 acres, implying
residency in the territory between 2 March 1836 and 1 October 1837; everyone else
got 640 acres, indicating residency after 1 October 1937).
- 10 April Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Nicholas #21331 38.71 acres Cahaba office NESE Sec 24, Twp 20N, Rg 7E St
Lagrone, Nicholas #21332 38.71 acres Cahaba office SWNE Sec 24, Twp 20N, Rg 7E St
- 15 March Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, James - # 23367 72.74 Cahaba office E½SE Sec 24, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
- 1 July Martin claims land applies for land.
- August A request from Texas to be
annexed by the US is denied by Martin Van Buren because he is concerned about upsetting
the balance of the slavery issue.
- 8 August Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, John G. #28574 30.26 acres Cahaba office SWSE Sec 2, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St Stephens
Lagrone, John G. #28575 0, 119.435 acres Cahaba office NESW and W½NW Sec 11, Twp
21N, Rg 6E St Stephens meridian
- 15 August Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, John G #31935 39.87 acres Cahaba office SWNW Sec 12, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
Lagrone, John G #31936 39.81 acres Cahaba office NENW Sec 11, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
- 18 August Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, David #32656 77.44 acres Cahaba office E½SW Sec 36, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
- April E. Lagrone's land claim is certified
- 28 July Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, John #29489 160.0 acres 1838/07/28 Cahaba office NW Sec 20, Twp 20N, Rg
8E St Stephens
- 13 September - Jacob and Jacob Jr.s land claims are certified
- First "civilian" settlers in Williamson Co., Texas
- "Indians are driven out of East Texas"
- 5 December - AJ's land claim is certified.
- 10 October Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, William A. and David Hartley #24730 80.5 acres 1840/10/10 Cahaba office
W½SW Sec 19 21N 8E St Stephens meridian
Mary Anna Lagrone Talladega, p. 274, No Twp Listed
John Lagrove Talladega, p. 274, No Twp Listed
David G. Legron/Ligon Cham, p. 170, No Twp Listed
W. C. Legrand (WA, WL?) Maco, p. 16, No Twp Listed
George Legrove Perry, p. 280, No Twp Listed
John Legrove Perry, p. 272, No Twp Listed
David Legrone Perry, p. 281, No Twp Listed
Henry Legrone Perry, p. 278, No Twp Listed
John Legrone Perry, p. 278, No Twp Listed
Frances Legrone Perry, p. 278, No Twp Listed
John N. La Gram Fors, p. 273, No Twp Listed
Jonathon Legros Earl, p. 114, Wilson
Jesse Ligrand Fran, p. 312, 215th D
John N. Legrand Holmes Co. p. 247, No Twp Listed
John Lagron Noxubee Co. p. ?, No Twp Listed
William Lagrone Noxubee Co. p. ?, No Twp Listed
David Lagrone Noxubee Co. p. ?, No Twp Listed
Republic of Texas
Addam Lagrone, Harrison
Allen Lagrone, Harrison
J. Lagrone, Harrison
Jacob Lagrone, Harrison
Emanuel La Grone, Sabine
John F. Lagrame Newb, p. 252, No Twp Listed
Jacob Lagrove Edgef, p. 83, No Twp
- 20 May Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Nicholas #34135 78.3 acres Cahaba office Lots B&C, NW Sec 1, Twp 20N, Rg
9E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, Frances #34942 159.93 acres Cahaba office SW Sec 19, Twp 20N, Rg 8E St
- 21 Aug Henry Lagrone and his wife Polly sold 80 acres (E1/2 of
SW1/4 of Sec. 29, T20, R8) to J.&.J.W. Whitman [Deed Bk F p.112:21 Terry
LaGrone/Flora England/Bill Nix]
Between 1841 and 1845
- John George Legronne married Rhody Kinard Enlow, and the Hoffman "Old Rock House" becomes part of Lagrone lore.
- February Californian revolutionarios kick out the
Mexicans, and recognize Pio Pico as governor.
- 1 March As his last official act as President, Tyler
signs the Congressional resolution offering annexation to Texas as a state.
- 4 March Polk is innaugurated as
- End of March Mexico withdraws its
minister from the US and breaks off Diplomatic relations.
- June J.C. Fremont leads his 3rd
Expedition to explore the Great Basin.
- 4 July Texas agrees to annexation.
In order to defend this new territory, the US Army and Navy are mobilized into the
areas around Mexico.
- January The new president of Mexico.
Arrillaga, declares that all of Texas up to the Sabine belongs to Mexico and will be
- April Arrillaga proclaims a defensive
war against the US.
- 25 April The first skirmish between Mexican
Cavalry and US troops takes place above Matamoros.
- 8 May The US declares war on Mexico.
- July The Mexican Congress officially declares
war on the US
- August Arrillaga is overthrown, and Santa Ana
regains the leadership of Mexico. An armistice is arranged between the two nations.
- 20-24 September Battle of Monteray.
The US forces in California lose Los Angeles to the revolutionary government.
- Early settlements in Williamson Co., Texas, are abandoned at
the command of President Houston.
- 10 January Stockton finally manages to occupy
- March The seige and destruction of Veracruz by
- 13 September US forces storm Chapultapec.
- 15 September US forces occupy Mexico City.
- 16 September Santa Ana renounces his
- 2 February The Treaty of Guadalupe
Hidalgo is signed in Mexico.
- 25 May The War officially ends.
- 10 November Nancy LeGronne is born to John George LeGronne and Rhody Kinard Enlow
LaGronne - probably in the "Old Rock House".
- 10 December Rhody Kinard Enlow LaGronne - probably in the "Old Rock House".
David Legrone Dwelling 9/Family 9 Perry Co., Old Town Beat p.372
Henry Legrone Dwelling 23/Family 23 Perry Co., Marion Beat, p.366
John Legrone Dwelling 170/Family 170 Perry Co., Marion Beat, p.383
Martin Legrone Dwelling 171/Family 171 Perry Co., Marion Beat, p.383
Jno.. Legrone Dwelling 591/Family 591 Union Co., Van Buren Twp.
Shadrack Legrand Cher p.436 15th Dist
David Lagrove Stew p.77 31st Dist
John Legrand Musc p.353 Russells
John Legrand Cher p. 422 15th Dist
Lucinda Legrand Cass p.184 12th Dist
Willaim Legrand Cher p.416 15th Dist
Viney Legrander Paul p.56 985th Dist
Zilpha Legraves Gwin p.221 36th Dist
Zelphaman Legraves Gwin p.222 36th Dist
Urban E. Ligram Talb p.287 24th Dist
William Lagrow Dwelling 390/Family 425 Carroll Co. Southern Twp., p. 222
William Lagrow Dwelling 392/Family 427 Carroll Co. Southern Twp., p. 223
Adam LaGrone Dwelling 494/Family 494 Chickasaw Co., Eastern Twp. p.335
Jacob A. Lagrone Dwelling 495/Family 495 Chickasaw Co., Eastern Twp. p.335
William H. Lagrone Dwelling 486/Family 486 Monroe Co., Western Twp. p.97
David Lagrone Dwelling 508/Family 508 Noxubee Co., No Twp Listed. p.226
William Lagrone Dwelling 509/Family 509 Noxubee Co., No Twp Listed. p.226
Jesse Lagrone Dwelling 511/Family 511 Noxubee Co., No Twp Listed. p.226
Mary Legrone Dwelling 544/Family 544, Edgefield Co., The District p.35
Elias Lagrone Dwelling 835/Family 835, Edgefield Co., The District p.54
Jacob Lagrone Dwelling 88/Family 88, Edgefield Co., The District p.164
John Legrone Household 245/Family 245 Newberry Co., Newberry p.199
Mary Legrone Household 317/Family 317 Newberry Co., Newberry p.203
John F. Legrone Household 1248/Family 1248 Newberry Co., Newberry p.275
J. Lagrone Dwelling 716/Family 721, Harrison Co., No Twp Listed
G. (or J.) Lagrone Dwelling 717/Family 722, Harrison Co., No Twp Listed
J. Lagrone Dwelling 718/Family 723, Harrison Co., No Twp Listed
M. Lagrone Dwelling 738/Family 723, Harrison Co., No Twp Listed
Adam Lagrone Dwelling 339/Family 339, Panola Co., Pulaski TWP
Jack LaGrone Dwelling 340/Family 340, Panola Co., Pulaski TWP
William A. LaGrone Dwelling 341/Family 341, Panola Co., Pulaski TWP
Frances LaGrone Dwelling 257/Family 257, Walker Co.
- 2 February Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Thompson #39012 40.26 acres Cahaba office SESE Sec 2, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
- 9 February John K. Nichols sold NE1/4 of NE1/2, Sec. 7, T20, R9, Perry
Co, to Henry Lagrone [Deed book K p.288 Terry LaGrone/Flora England/Bill Nix]
- Three year old Nancy LeGronne dies, possibly by drowning in the "clear bold spring
by the oak tree" as legend suggests.
- 1 November Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Thompson #43896 161.05 acres Greenville office N½SE and E½SW Sec 2, Twp
21N, Rg 6E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, John G. #43897 120.495 acres Greenville office W½NW Sec 7, Twp 21N, Rg 7E
St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, David #44215 117.3550 acres Greenville office SWSW, SWNE Sec 36, SESE Sec
35, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, Thompson #44370 160.885 acres Greenville office SWNW Sec 1 and S½NE and
SENW Sec. 2 Twp 21N, Rg 6E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, David #45483 39.915 acres Greenville office SENE Sec 35, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
Lagron, John G. #46679 40.165 acres Greenville office SWNE Sec 7, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
Lagrone, Martin #49224 120.825 acres Greenville office SWNW Sec 2, Twp 21N, Rg 6E St
Lagrone, Martin #44372 40.26 acres Greenville office W1/2NW, NESE Sec 2, Twp 21N, Rg
6E St Stephens meridian
Lagrone, Martin #49769 40.015 acres Greenville office NENW Sec 10, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
- 2 April Land Patents in Perry Co., Alabama:
Lagrone, Henry#50793 76.42 acres Greenville office W1/2SE Sec 3, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St
Lagrone, Allen #50958 319.56 acres Greenville office W1/2SE. SESE, SENW Sec 19,
Twp 22N, Rg 7E St Stephens meridian
Lagron, William M. #50066 320.96 acres Greenville office NW, NENE, S1/2NE, NWSE Sec
30, Twp 21N, Rg 7E St Stephens meridian
Lagron, William M.. #50067 40.12 acres Greenville office NESW Sec 30, Twp 21N, Rg 7E
St Stephens meridian
John LaGrone Dwelling 103/Family 103, Perry Co., Brush Creek P.O. p. 521
Martin LaGrone Dwelling 174/Family 174, Perry Co., Brush Creek P.O. p. 552
J. Geo. Lagrone Dwelling 203/Family 203, Perry Co., Brush Creek P.O.
Thompson Lagrone Dwelling 205/Family 205, Perry Co., Brush Creek P.O. p. 552.
Allen Lagrone Dwelling 206/Family 206, Perry Co., Brush Creek P.O. p. 552
Michael LaGrone Dwelling 298/Family 298, Perry Co., Jerico P.O.
Henry LaGrone, Sr. Dwelling 313/Family 313, Perry Co., Morgan Spr P.O.
Henry LaGrone Dwelling 314/Family 314, Perry Co., Morgan Spr P.O. p. 552
John Lagrone Dwelling 315/Family 315, Perry Co., Morgan Spr P.O. p. 552
A.J. LaGrone Dwelling 394/Family 394, Perry Co., Jerico P.O.
David LaGrone Dwelling 399/Family 399, Perry Co., Morgan Spr P.O.
William LaGrone Dwelling 815/Family 815, Perry Co., Marion P.O.
John La Grone Dwelling 588/Family 588, Union Co. Boone Twp
James La Grone Dwelling 589/Family 589, Union Co. Boone Twp
Lusinda Lagrand Dwelling 741/Family 741, Cass Co., Cassville PO, p.917
Mary E. Lagrand Dwelling 414/Family 414, Polk Co. Van Wert, p.193
Jesse M. Legrand Dwelling 77/Family 77, Franklin Co., Carnesville PO, p.552
John LeGrand Dwelling 502/Family 526, Cherokee Co., Fosters Mill PO, Fair Play Dr,
J. A. Lagrone Dwelling 73/Family 76, Chickasaw Co., p.11
J. C. Lagrone Dwelling 130/Family 130, Lawrence Co., Montecello P.O.
Jacob A. Lagrone Dwelling ???/Family ???, Lowndes Co., p.11
William Lagrone Dwelling 90/Family 90, Monroe Co., p.439
Adam Lagrone Dwelling 115/Family 115, Monroe Co., p.442
William Lagrone Dwelling 106/Family 120, Newton Co., p.17
D.W. Lagrone Dwelling 448/Family 428, Noxubee Co., p. 911
Jessee Lagrone Dwelling 467/Family 447, Noxubee Co., p. 913
Nancy Lagrone Dwelling 496/Family 496, Noxubee Co., p. 918
William Lagrone Dwelling 501/Family 501, Noxubee Co., p. 918-9
A Lagrone Dwelling 952/Family 952, Noxubee Co., p. 982
David Lagrone Dwelling 1012/Family 1012, Noxubee Co., p. 990
Annie (C/P?) Lagrone Dwelling 138/Family 138, Pike Co., p.19
D. P. Lagrone Dwelling 1034/Family 1037, Edgefield Dist. Saluda Regt. Mine
Creek PO p. 188
Mary Lagroon Dwelling 314/Family 317, Edgefield Dist. Saluda Regt. p. 140
Jacob Legroon Dwelling 532/Family 533, Edgefield Dist. Saluda Regt. p.154
Maj. E. Lagrone Dwelling 953/Family 938, Edgefield Dist. Pleasant Lane PO. p.
F.G. Lagrand Dwelling 188/Family 1023, Kershaw Co., Camden, p.140
L.R. Lagrad Dwelling 194/Family 10?9, Kershaw Co., Camden, p.140
Christina Lagrone Dwelling 163/Family 163, Newberry Dist. No Twp Listed p.222
John Lagrone Dwelling 232/Family 232, Newberry Dist. No Twp Listed p.266
Frederick Lagrone Dwelling 1412/Family 1412, Newberry Dist. Newberry PO, p.305
William W. Lagrone Dwelling 273/Family 274, Richland Dist. Columbia PO, p.78
John Lagrand Dwelling 274/Family 275, Richland Dist. Columbia PO, p.78
David LeGrand Dwelling 275/Family 762, Richland Dist. Columbia PO, p.78
G.W. Lagrone Dwelling 153/Family 160, Harrison Co., Marshall PO
J. Lagron Dwelling 157/Family 164, Harrison Co., Marshall PO
J. Lagron Dwelling 158/Family 165, Harrison Co., Marshall PO
E. M. Lagron Dwelling 159/Family 166, Harrison Co., Marshall PO
James ("Jim") Lagrone Dwelling 183/Family 183, Panola Co., Pulaski PO
And J. Lagrone Dwelling 220/Family 220, Panola Co., Pulaski PO
W.A. Lagrone Dwelling 221/Family 221, Panola Co., Pulaski PO
D.H. LaGrone Dwelling 163/Family 160, Walker Co., Newport PO
Frances LaGrone Dwelling 169/Family 166, Walker Co., Newport PO
Henry LaGrone Dwelling 513/Family 206, Walker Co., Huntsville PO [IMC]
- John George Legronne and his surviving family leave the "Old
Rock House" for Florida.
John LaGrone Dwelling ???/Family ???, Union Co., Van Buren Twp., pg 19
Martha J. LaGrone Dwelling #22/Family #22, Union Co., Tubal Twp
Lagrone, John W. 31 m w SC Saluda Div Edgefield p.536
Lagrone, Temer 46 f w SC Stoney Batt Newberry p.725
Lagroon, Charles 32 m b SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.205
Lagroon, Dallas 20 m b SC Gray Twp Edgefield p.142
Lagroon, David Dr 35 m w SC Saluda Div Edgefield p.60
Lagroon, Edward 28 m w SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.186
Lagroon, Elias 55 m w SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.186
Lagroon, George 52 m b SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.186
Lagroon, Jacob 64 m w SC Saluda Div Edgefield p.60
Lagroon, James 25 m w SC Saluda Div Edgefield p.60
Lagroon, James 25 m w SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.186
Lagroon, Martin 65 m b SC Hibbler Twp Edgefield p.194
LaGrun, Sue 35 f m SC 3WD Char Charleston p.173
LaGrone, Martin Household #178/Family #__, Bell Co., Beat No.3 p.25
LaGrone, David Household #181/Family #__, Bell Co., Beat No.3 p.25
Nichols, Matilda (Mary Matilda Lagrone) Household #182/Family #__, Bell Co., Beat
John W. LaGrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 384, page 381
Humphrey P. Lagrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 383, page 390
Henry J.. LaGrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 381, page 388
William M.. LaGrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 381, page 388
Susie LaGrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 308, page 314
Asberry C. Lagrone S.D. 3, E.D. 78 Perry Co., Severe Beat No. 8, family 283, page 260
- The remnants of a stone chimney on the Laurentz LeCrown grant, "down by a
spring", are hauled off.
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