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The Skaggs family

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel : map ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of newsclippings (photocopy, 10 leaves) at the Morgan County Public Library, Martinsville, Indiana.

From a nine part series in the column: From the Archives / by Judge Noble K. Littell, printed in The Morgan County Gazette, beginning April 22, 1971.

"Mr. Eddis Johnson ... has compiled an excellent work of the Skaggs or Scaggs family of Morgan County. The next few columns will be devoted to bringing to you the major portion of his work. NKL"

"In Morgan County, Indiana, there are at least two main branches of the Skaggs family, the Green Township Skaggs and the Jackson Township Scaggs."

John Scags/Skaggs was the father of the Green Township Skaggs and is named in the 1830 census. He was born in 1800 in Kentucky, probably in Barren County. He married Edna Ennis, daughter of William and Patsey Ennis, in Barren County, Kentucky, in 1818. Soon after their marriage they moved to Jackson County, Indiana. They had nine children, ca. 1819-1844. He died in Green Township, Morgan County, Indiana, in 1871. Most descendants listed lived in Indiana.

Marcus Scaggs of Jackson Township, Morgan County, Indiana, was born ca. 1829, possibly the son of James Scaggs. He married 1) Eliza Hulen in 1856. They had two children. After Eliza's death, he married 2) Louise Hulen. They had nine children, ca. 1859-1880. He died in 1915.

Includes an obituary for John Skaggs (typescript, 1 leaf) at end.

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