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Anthony Agee (c1719--): 1m. Nancy Jane Binion (c1720--), 2m. Christian Worley (c1727-c1815)
  • 9 Mar. 1764, "George the third &c To all &c Know Ye that for divers good causes and considerations but more especially for an in consideration of the sum of Twenty shillings of good and lawful money for our use paid to our receiver General of our Revenues in this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia We have Given Granted and Confirmed ... unto Anthony Agee one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing two hundred Acres lying and being in the County of Buckingham among the small South Branches of Slate River and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at Pointers in John Hunters and William Sallees line thence on Sallee South eight Degrees West two hundred and forty Poles crossing a branch to a white oak thence South seventy Degrees East one hundred and twenty three Poles to a shrubby Oak North fifteen Degrees East two hundred and forty two Poles to Pointers & thence on Hunter North seventy three Degrees West one hundred and fifty Poles to the Beginning With all &c To have hold &c To be held &c Yielding and Paying &c Provided &c In witness &c Witness our Trusty and welbeloved Francis Fauquier Esqr our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Colony and Dominion at Williamsburg under the seal of our said Colony the ninth day of November one thousand seven hundred and sixty four in the fifth year of our Reign." [Virginia, Buckingham County, Land Patents, Book 36, p. 711]
  • 11 July 1767, "George the Third ... To all to whom these Presents shall come Greeting Know ye that for divers good Causes and Considerations but more especially for and in Consideration of the Sum of Forty Shillings of good and Lawful Money of our use paid to our Receiver General of our Revenues in this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia We have Given Granted and Confirmed ... unto Anthony Agee one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing four hundred Acres lying and being in the County of Buckingham on the Branches of Greens Creek and Bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at Pointers in Stephen Forsee's Line near the said Creek thence on Forsee's line South nineteen Degrees West one hundred and five Poles to Pointers North seventy Degrees West thirty nine poles to a Pine South sixteen Degrees West one hundred and eighty five poles crossing two Branches to a Chesnut Oak North seventy Degrees West eighty eight poles crossing one of the same Branches to Pointers South fifteen Degrees West two hundred and twenty poles crossing two Branches to Pointers East one hundred and eighty Poles to Pointers thence North twenty three Degrees East four hundred and thirty three poles to Pointers and running thence North sixty Degrees West ninety eight poles crossing the said Creek to the Beginning With all Woods Under woods Swamps Marshes Low ground Meadows Feeding and his due Share of all Veins Mines and Quarries as well discovered as not discovered within the Bounds aforesaid ... In Witness whereof we have Caused these our Letters Patent to be made Witness our Trusty and welbeloved Francis Fauquier Esquire our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Colony and Dominion at Williamsburg under the Seal of our said Colony the tenth Day of July One thousand seven hundred and sixty seven In the Seventh year of our Reign." [Virginia, Buckingham County, Land Patents, Book 37, p. 1-2]
  • 26 Dec. 1791, "State of North Carolina Know ye that We have Granted unto Anthony Agee Five hundred and forty eight Acres of Land in Sullivan County On the South Side of Reedy Creek Joining Pendletons Patent Line Begining at a white Oak an Ash and B. Walnut then South 60 East 67 poles to a black gum on Blanton Line then on Said line South 50 Degrs West 79 poles to a Sugar and W Oak then South 40 Degrees East 160 poles to a Chesnut on Eaton Ridge Corner to Said Hollis, then on Said line South 55 West 162 poles to a white Oak then north 30 degrees West 20 poles to a Red Oak then South 57 Degrees West 200 poles to a red Oak then on the same Course 50 poles to a Chesnut and B. Oak then north 32 degrees West 190 poles to a Stake on Pendleton Line then north 52 degrees East 455 poles to the Begining To Hold to the Said Anthony Agee his Heirs and Assigns forever Dated 26th December 1791. Glasgow Secretary Alex Martin" [North Carolina, Sullivan County, Land Grants, Book 77, p. 307]
  • Agee, Purl Myrtillo, A Record of the Agee Family, 1937. On pages 8 and 330: "Anthony Agee, son of Mathieu Agee and Ann Godwin, born in Virginia in 1719-27, the exact date of birth not known, and died there probably at about eighty years of age. ... He married a Miss Binnion or Binyon, of Virginia."; "General Addenda ... Anthony Agee, son of Mathieu Agee and Ann Goodwin, married Nancy Jane Berrin, or Binnin, or Binnion."
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, compiler, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 2, 2002. On p. 33: "[528] North Carolina No 562 to Anthony Agee, for the sum of 50 shillings for every 100 acres, 548 acres in Sullivan County, on the south side of Reedy Creek joining Pendletons patent line. Begin S60 E67 poles to Blantons line, on said line S50 W29 poles, S40 E160 poles to Eatons Ridge to a corner to J Hollis, on said line S55 W162 poles, N30 W20 poles, S57 W200 poles, on the same course 50 poles, N32 W190 poles to Pendletons line, N52 E455 poles to the beginning. Alexander Martin Governor by J Glasgow Sec. Reg Jul 10 1792"
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 3, 2002. On pages 16, 48-49: "[92] 25 Nov 1795 - Anthony Agee to Samuel Moore, both of Sullivan Co, for the sum of 333 1/3 dollars, 200 acres in Sullivan County on the north side of Eatons Ridge. Begin on Anthony Agees south line, along said line to a corner, then N32 W190 poles, N52 east to a conditional white oak then to a conditional spanish oak then to the beginning. Agreeable to the condition made by said Anthony Agee and Isaac Agee in the presents of William Agee and Daniel Agee. Anthony Agee (seal) Wit: John Yancey, William Agee, Isaac Agee. Nov Session 1796 proved by William Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Dec 18 1796"; "[245] 31 May 1798 - Anthony Agee to Matin Waddle, both of Sullivan Co, for the sum of 130 pounds, 299 acres in Sullivan County, unto the said Martin Waddle, on the south side of Reedy Creek joining Pendletons patent line. Begin S60 E67 poles to Blantons line, on said line S50 W79 poles, S40 E160 poles to [246] Eatons Ridge corner of Hollies, on said line S55 W162 poles, N30 W70 poles, S57 west to Samuel Moors conditional corner then 48 poles, N34 degrs west, then N50 degrs in the patent line, N52 E179 poles to the beginning. Anthony Agee (seal) Wit: Ambrose Gaines, Saml Moore. May Sessions 1799 proved by Ambrose Gaines. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Jun 17 1799"
Evander Agee (1836-1910): m. Permelia Popplewell (1837-1925)
  • 8 Nov. 1855, "I, Benjamin R. King, Minister of the Gospel do Certify that I did on the 8th day of November solemnized a Marriage between Evander Agee and Miss Permelia Popplewell both of Andrew County." [Missouri, Andrew County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 18 July 1860, res. Platte Twp, Evander Agee 23 farmer IN, Permelia 22 KY, Henry N 2 MO, Joseph A 4 MO, America A 8m MO [USA, 1860 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 17 June 1870, res. Platte Twp, Evamder Agee 34 farmer IN, Permelia 32 KY, Henry N 12 MO, America A 10 MO, John W 8 MO, Sarah J 6 MO, Charles M 4 MO, Lilly B 2 MO [USA, 1870 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 1877, E. Agee owns 80 acres in SW corner of section 21, Twp 61N, Range 34W, and 57 acres in SE corner of section 28, Twp 61N, Range 34W [An Illustrated Historical Atlas of Andrew County, Missouri, 1877]
  • 1878, "Agee, childfren of E. & Permelia, Henry N. D. 19 May 1878, 20yrs 1 mo 4 days, Effie D. 30 Dec. 1871, 1 yr. 29 dys., Inf. son D. Oct. 1872, Joseph A. D. 18 Nov. 1868, 11 yrs. 5 mo." [Missouri, Whitesville, Whitesville Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 13 June 1880, res. Platte Twp, Evander Agee 44 farmer IN, Permelia 43 KY, America 19 MO, John W 17 MO, Sarah J 15 MO, Charles W 13 MO, Lilley 11 MO, Emma 6 MO, Evander 3 MO, Alfred 1 MO [USA, 1880 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 1888, "Whitesville Lodge, No. 162, A.F.&A.M., was organized about the year 1855 ... The officers for 1887 are as follows: ... E. Agee, S.D."; p. 270-271, "The history of the Christian Church at Whitesville dates from about 1847 ... The present officers of the congregation are F.M. Brockers, E. Agee and V. Wilson, elders ..." [History of Andrew & DeKalb Counties, Missouri, p. 204, 270-271]
  • 1897, Evander Agee owns 40 acres on E edge of section 7, Twp 61N, Range 33W, and the adjoining 40 acres on W edge of section 8, Twp 61N, Range 33W; also E. Agee owns 10 acres in section 1, Twp 61N, Range 33W [Atlas of Andrew County, Missouri, 1897], p. 21]
  • 7 June 1900, res. Platte Twp, Evander Agee 64 farmer IN, Permelia 62 KY, Alfred 21 MO [USA, 1900 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 27 Feb. 1910, Evander Agee died 27 Feb. 1910 at Albany, MO, of apoplexy, age 74, married, retired farmer, born Greencastle, Ind., parents James I. Agee & Jane Ogle, both born in Virginia, buried 1 Mar. 1910 in Highland Cemetery, Albany, informant John W. Agee of Albany [Missouri, Death Registrations]
  • 26 Apr. 1910, res. Platte Twp, Claiborn Beattie 37 farmer MO, Elma 35 MO, mother-in-law Permelia Agee wd 72 KY [USA, 1910 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 22 Jan. 1920, res. Monroe Twp, John C Beattie 47 farmer MO, Elma 45 MO, mother-in-law Permelia Agee wd 82 KY [USA, 1920 Census, Missouri, Daviess County]
  • 5 Feb. 1925, Permelia Agee died 5 Feb. 1925 at Albany, MO, of hemiplegia, age 87, widow of Evander Agee, born Sep. 30, 1837 in Kentucky, parents J.W. Poppelwell and Sarah Dunn, both born Kentucky, buried 7 Feb. 1925 in Highland Cemetery, Albany, informant Leland Blodgett of Albany [Missouri, Death Registrations]
  • 1940, "Father Evander Agee born Feb. 17, 1836 died Feb. 28, 1910, Mother Permelia Agee born Sep. 30, 1837 died Feb. 5, 1925"; "Alfred R. Agee Dec. 19, 1878, Mar. 14, 1940" [Missouri, Albany, Grandview Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Agee, Louis N., The Agee Register, 1982. On p. 496: "Evander McKeaver Agee (M-A-W-Michael-James Igo), b. 2-17-1836, son of James Igo Agee & wife Jane Ogle, he m. 11-8-1855 Permellia Popperell, b. 9-30-1837 Kentucky"
  • Agee, Purl Myrtillo, A Record of the Agee Family, 1937. On p. 320: "Evander M. Agee (Mathieu-Anthony-Jesse-Michael), son of Michael Agee and Ruth Igo, born Nov. 11, 1825, married Nov. 8, 1855 to Permelia Popplewell. To this union were born twelve children ..."
James Igo Agee (1807-1879): 1m. Jane Ogle (1809-1867), 2m. Martha Hale (c1818-1888)
  • 1830, James Agee, 10001-00001 [USA, 1830 Census, Tennessee, McMinn County]
  • 1840, res. Marion Twp, James Agee, 311001-010001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Putnam County]
  • 24 Oct. 1850, res. Platte Twp, James Agee 43 farmer TN, Jane 41 TN, Michael 20 farmer TN, Joseph 17 farmer IN, Evander 15 IN, Asberry 13 IN, Thomas 11 IN, Sarah 9 IN, Augustine 7 MO, William 1 MO [USA, 1850 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 14 June 1860, res. Township No 62, James Agee 53 farmer VA, Jane 51 TN, Thomas 20 IN, Sarah 17 MO, Agaline 15 MO, William 10 MO [USA, 1860 Census, Missouri, Gentry County]
  • 27 July 1870, res. Platte Twp, James I Agee 69 blacksmith TN, Martha 54 TN, William 21 blacksmith TN, Ruth 9 MO, Angeline Lewis 23 MO, Albert O Frech 6 MO, Birtie Lewis 8m MO [USA, 1870 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 10 May 1871, "This is to certify that on the 18th day of April 1868 at the County of Andrew in the State of Missouri I Joined in marriage James I. Agee and Martha Agee both of said County of Andrew. J.E. Frazee, Minister of the Gospel. Filed May 10th 1871, Phineas Edwards, Recorder" [Missouri, Andrew County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 6 May 1879, Andrew Co., Missouri ("Application for Letters of Administration ... In the Matter of James I. Agee's Estate, Evander Agee says that, to the best of his knowledge and belief, the names of the heirs of the said James I. Agee deceased, and their places and residences, are respectively as follows: Martha Agee widow of deceased, who resides in the County of Andrew in the state of Missouri; Michael Agee, who resides in the County of Gentry in the state of Missouri; Narcissa Courtney, who resides in the County of Leavenworth in the state of Kansas; Evander Agee, who resides in the county of Andrew in the state of Missouri; Asbury Agee; Thomas Agee; Anna Williams, who resides in the County of Andrew and State of Missouri; Sarah Groves; William E. Agee, who resides in the County of Gentry and State of Missouri; and Anna Buzard child of Joseph A. Agee deceased, who resides in the County of Daviess in the State of Missouri; that the said James I. Agee died without a will ... Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22d day of February A.D. 1879 ... Recorded this 6th day of May A.D. 1879." [Missouri, Andrew County, Administrator Letters, Book B, p. 182]
  • 9 June 1880, res. Platte Twp, A.J. Agee 43 farmer TN, Minerva 33 MO, J.W. 14 MO, Oliver 12 MO, Flora B 10 MO, Amy 7 MO, sister Ruth 18 MO, mother Martha 62 MO [USA, 1880 Census, Missouri, Andrew County]
  • 1888, "James Igo Agee born May 15, 1807, died Feb. 13, 1879; Jane Wife of J.I. Agee born Sep. 8, 1809 died Jun 23, 1867"; "Martha wife of Ambrose Agee died July 12, 1888 aged 69 Y. 10 M" [Missouri, Whitesville, Whitesville Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Agee, Purl Myrtillo, A Record of the Agee Family, 1937. On p. 320: "James Igo Agee (Mathieu-Anthony-Jesse-Michael), son of Michael Agee and Ruth Igo, born in Tennessee May 15, 1807, married March 5, 1829 to Jane Ogle. To this union were born ten children ..."
  • Agee, Louis N., The Agee Register, 1982. On p. 495: "James Igo Agee (M-A-W-Michael) b. 5-15-1807 in Tenn. d. 2-13-1879 Whitesville, Mo., son of Michael Agee and wife Ruth Igo, he m. 3-5-1829 to Jane Ogle ... b. 9-8-1809, d. 6-23-1867 ... James Igo Agee moved to Indianaand thence to Mo."
Matthew Agee (c1680-c1741): m. Ann Godwin (c1703--)
  • Agee, Purl Myrtillo, A Record of the Agee Family, 1937. On p. 6: "Mathieu Agee ... was born near Nantes, France, about 1670 ... he left France in 1688, went to Holland, and with some two thousand Huguenots, joined the ranks of William of Orange and accompanied his troop to England, where William dethroned the then Catholic King James, and assumed the duties of the Crown. In recognition of the aid rendered his cause by these people, William offered free passage to the new world to as many as wished to go, and free land grants to those who wished to till the soil. A large number of these French refugees took advantage of this offer. Mathieu Agee arrived in Virginia in 1690, received land grants west of Richmond and built a plantation about seven miles from the site afterwards chosen by the Huguenots where was founded the town of Manakin. Here was established a church, King Williams Parish, and Mathieu Agee was for a great many years a communicant there. This church still exists, and in October, 1936, a memorial tablet was placed in the church house by descendants of Mathieu Agee ... He married rather later in life than was usual to Ann Godwin, daughter of Isaac and Ann Godwin."
  • Allen, Cameron, "Antoine Gevaudan of Manakin Town and His Immediate Descendants", The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1965. On p. 22-23: "Among the passengers landed from James River on September 20, 1700, by the Peter and Anthony, galley of London, Daniel Perreau, commander, was (as transcribed) Anthony Gioudar (Antoine Gevaudan), presumably a single man. He was in the second shipload of those slated for settlement at Manakin Town ... On March 4, 1725/26, Anthony Jevodan patented another 200 acres, this on Jones Creek, bounding on land of Mathew Oge (Agee)."
  • Fife, R.H., translator, "The Vestry Book of King William Parish, Va., 1707-1750", The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1904-1906. In 11:289-304, 425-440, 12:17-32, 241-256, 369-384, 13:65-80, 175-190, 265-280. "The vestry met on December 30, 1710 ... List of Tithable Persons ... Mathien Oset 1"; "The vestry assembled the 30 of June, 1711 ... List of tithable persons, in order to pay five months and fifteen days services of Mr. Phillippe: ... Mathieu Ange 1"; "The vestry met to-day, November 21, 1711 ... List of expenses of the parish of King William for the last six and one-half months of the present year, 1711, ending the last of December next, viz: ... Mathieu Agé, who has not paid for the year 1710, 16s 1½d ... List of tithable persons of the present year 1711, in order to pay the six and one-half months of service and other expenses: ... Mathieu Agé 1"; The vestry assembled this day, September 15, 1712 ... List of Tithables for the Year 1712 ... Mathieu Age 1"; "The vestry assembled this day, November 12, 1713 ... List of Tithables for the Current Year 1713 ... Mathieu Age 1"; "The vestry assembled this day, October 12, 1714 ... List of Tithable Persons for the Present Year, 1714 ... Mathieu Agé, 1"; "List of Tithables Returned in July, 1717: ... Mathieu Age, 1"; "List of tithables of King William parish for the present year 1719, taxed at one and one-half bushels of wheat each: ... Mathieu Agé, 1 [tithable], 1½ [bushels of wheat]"; "The vestry assembled at Monocantown September 3, 1720 ... List of Tithables of King William Parish for the Present Year, 1720, Taxed at Two Bushels of Wheat Each ... Mathieu Agé, 1 [tithable], 2 [bushels of wheat]"; "List of land which each holds in the parish of King William and adjacent thereto: ... Mathieux Agee 220 [acres]"; "The vestry assembled Sept. 30, 1723 ... List of Tithables of King William Parish for the Present Year, 1723 ... Mathieux Agee, Thomas Preouet, 2"; "The vestry assembled July 25, 1724, to make the levy for the year 1724: one bushel of wheat and one-half bushel of maize per tithable ... Mathieu Agee, 1"; "The vestry assembled July 14 to make the levy for the year 1725, at a bushel and one-half of wheat and a bushel of maize per tithable ... Mathieu Agee, 1"; "The vestry assembled this day, July 23, 1726, to make a levy of a bushel and one-half of wheat per tithable ... List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the year 1726 ... Mathieun Agee, 1"; "List of the lands which each inhabitant of the parish of King William owned in the year 1727/8: ... Matieu Age 0211 [acres]"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Present Year, 1730 ... Matieu Age 1"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Year 1731 ... Mathieu Agé, 1"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Year 1735 ... Anthoiny, Mathieu Ogé, 2"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Year 1736 ... Mathieu Ogé, 3"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Year 1737 ... Mathieu Ogé, 3"; "List of Tithables of the Parish of King William for the Year 1738 ... Mathieu Agé, 3"
Michael Agee (1786-c1836): m. Ruth Igou (1786--)
  • 1830, Michael Agee, 2102001-0010001 [USA, 1830 Census, Tennessee, Bledsoe County]
  • 8 Sep. 1836, Bledsoe County deed from heirs of Michael Agee to William Farmer, grantors: Ruth Agee, widow of Michael Agee, deceased; James Agee, William E. Agee, Joseph Ogle & Rebecca his wife, of Putnam Co., Indiana; Ambrose Agee, Elijah Hale & Margaret his wife, Samuel Agee, Evander M. Agee, and Reuben B. Agee of Bledsoe County" [uncertain]
  • 1840, res. Marion Twp, Ruth Agee, 0021-00010001, 3 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Putnam County]
  • Agee, Louis N., The Agee Register, 1982. On p. 495: "Michael Agee (M-A-W), b. 10-24-1786 Washington Co., Va. (probably now Scott Co., Va.) son of William Agee and wife's name not certain. Michael signed as witness for his father in Sullivan County, Tenn Deeds 10-15-1807, 6-8-1808. He moved from Sullivan to Sequatchie Creek, Bledsoe Co. Tenn. ca. 1819 where he died ca. 1836. He m. 1806 to Ruth Igo ... Agee Bee does not list Mary, John and Matilda and list of heirs (Deed dated 8 Sept. 1836 Bledsoe Co. Tenn. to Wm. Farmer does not list the 3 either). The deed states James, William and Rebecca F. had moved to Putnam Co., Ind. The others were still in Bledsoe Co. Tenn.)"
  • Agee, Purl Myrtillo, A Record of the Agee Family, 1937. On p. 320: "Michael Agee (Mathieu-Anthony-Jesse (reuben), son of Jesse Agee and Margaret Anderson, born Oct. 24, 1786, married in 1806 to Ruth Igo. To this union were born eleven children, as follows: 1 James Igo Agee, born May 15, 1807. 2 Mary Agee. 3 William E. Agee. 4 Rebecca T. Agee. 5 Anders Agee. 6 John Agee. 7 Margaret Agee. 8 Samuel Agee. 9 Matilda Agee. 10 Evander M. Agee, born Nov. 11, 1825. 11 Reuben Agee."
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 4, 2002. On p. 74: "[826] 30 Dec 1806 - William Agee to Michael Agee, both of Sullivan Co, for 200 dollars, 50 acres in Sullivan County. Begin N20 W95 poles to William Simpsons line, N48 W40 poles, [827] then a straight line to a red oak, then straight line to a black oak in the road side, along the road to a white oak, thro a sink hole to the spring, down the spring branch to a sweet gum, then to the beginning. William (x) Agee (seal) Wit: Ambros Gaines, John Forguson. Feb Session 1807 proved by Ambros Gaines and John Forguson. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg May 04 1807"
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 5A, 2002. On p. 9 and 37: "[055] 15 Oct 1807 - James Hoggard of Washington Co Va to Wm Agee of Sullivan Co, for [056] 55 pounds, 150 acres in Sullivan County on the north side of Reedy Creek, including the plantation where Peter Catron now lives. Begin on James Agees line S30 E86 poles, S2 W116 poles, S80 W100 poles, N20 W95 poles along Jacob Yests line, N48 W40 poles, then straight to the beginning. James Hoggard (seal) Wit: Ambrose Gaines, Michael Agee. Nov Session 1807 proved by Ambrose Gaines and Michael Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Dec 29 1807"; "[202] 08 Jun 1808 - William Agee to Peter Catron, both now of Sullivan Co, 138 1/4 acres in Sullivan County. Begin formerly at a corner of James Igows, with a line S30 E87 poles to the waggon road, S11 W113 poles, S70 W100 poles, N8 W56 poles to Leonard Yeasts line, N63 E15 poles to a corner of said Yeasts, with his line N20 W65 poles to said road, across the same N48 W40 poles to John Brittons land, then straight to the beginning. [203] William (x) Agee (seal) Wit: John Anderson, Michael Agee, Andrew Mauck. Aug Session 1808 proved by John Anderson and Michael Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk by Robt Rhea DClk. Reg Nov 22 1808"
William Agee (c1758-c1834): 1m. unknown, 2m. Catherine Patton (c1762-c1850)
  • 1796, "William Agee, 200 [acres], 1 [white polls], 37 [cents] 5 [mills tax]" [Tennessee, Sullivan County, 1796 Tax List]
  • 22 Sep. 1812, "September the 22nd day 1812 Then Recd of Richd Bradley Guardein To the Children of Caty Lay To Wit Caty Miller wife of Jas Miller Benjamin Lay Polly Lay James Lay Laurence Lay William Lay the sum of Twenty Eight Dollars & Twenty Two Cents & Three quarters It being the part that Is now Divided that is Coming now To Sd Jas Miller" [North Carolina, Burke County, Wills and Estate Papers]
  • 1 Apr. 1815, "Wilson Cary Nicholas, Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia: To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: know ye, that in conformity with a survey made the 14th day of March, 1812, by virtue of a Land Office Exchange Treasury warrant No. 2043, feued the 17th day of July, 1809, there is granted by the said Commonwealth, unto William Agee, a certain tract or parcel of land, containing one hundred acres, situate in the County of Washington, on the north side of the north fork of Holstein river, and bounded as followeth, to wit: Beginning at a dogwood and hickory, thence north seventy four degrees, east one hundred and twenty four poles to a white oak and beech north thirty degrees, west forty four poles to a white oak and large poplar; north seventy two degrees, east thirty eight poles to a sugar tree and beech north forty degrees, east thirty two poles to a black oak and hickory; south twenty eight degrees, east one hundred and twenty poles to a white oak in a line of Bledsoes survey, on the south side of a ridge; north sixty eight degrees, east sixty six poles to an elm, beech and walnut, on the north bank of the river, thence up the same north forty degrees, west eighty six poles to a black walnut, corner to Jacob Bittles survey; north one hundred and ten poles, south forty eight degrees, west two hundred and ninety six poles and thence south fifteen poles to the beginning, with its appurtenances: To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said William Agee, and his heirs forever. In witness whereof, the said Wilson Cary Nicholas, Esquire, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his hand and caused the lesser seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the first day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, and of the Commonwealth the thirty ninth." [Virginia, Washington County, Land Grants, Book 64, p. 522-523]
  • 1820, William Agee, 300110-22210, 2 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Virginia, Scott County]
  • 22 Oct. 1827, "Wm B Giles Esq Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia: To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Know Ye, That in conformity with a Survey, made on the fourth day of Sepr 1826 by virtue of a Land Office Treasury Warrant No 7021 paid February 17th 1821 there is granted, by the said Commonwealth, unto William Agee A certain Tract or Parcel of Land, containing Ten and half acre situate in the County of Scott on Nh side of Hous' branch, the north waters of the north fork of Holstin River, and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at a black walnut on the South side of a hill corner to said Agee's & George Owen's land and with said Agee's line N56po crossing said branch to a beech and two white oaks in a flat corner to George Vineyard and said Agee's land and with said Veniyards line N 45°E 16 po to a large white oak in a flat corner to said Veniyards land, thence with his line N39°E 40 po to a white oak and beech on the East side of a gulley in said Vineyard's line, S 20°E 2 po leaving said Vineyard's line to a white oak dogwood & sourwood on the West side of said gulley S 20°W 56 po to a spruce vine & chestnut on the west end of a hill and east side of said branch in a gap, S 15°E 31 po to a beech and birch on the west end of a hill and east side of said branch corner to said Owen's land, thence with his line S 64°W 30 po crossing said branch to the beginning To have and to hold the said Tract or Parcel of Land, with its appurtenances, to the said William Agee and his heirs forever. In witness whereof, the said Wm B Giles Esq Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his Hand, and caused the lesser Seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed, at Richmond, on the twenty second day of Oct in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven and of the Commonwealth the fifty second." [Virginia, Scott County, Land Grants, Book 76, p. 455]
  • 1830, William Agee, 0000200001-000010001 [USA, 1830 Census, Virginia, Scott County]
  • Agee, Louis N., The Agee Register, 1982. On p. 495: "William Agee (M-A) b. ca. 1758 in (now) Buckingham Co., Va. He appears under his father, Anthony Agee in the 1773 tithe list of Buckingham. We next find him purchasing land in Sullivan Co., Tenn. and is taxed for 200 acres there in 1796; he witnessed deed for his father, Anthony, there in 1792. He moved into Scott County, Va., near his son, Lawrence, ca. 1830 and died there ca. 1834. He m. Catherine ---."
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 3, 2002. On p. 16: "[92] 25 Nov 1795 - Anthony Agee to Samuel Moore, both of Sullivan Co, for the sum of 333 1/3 dollars, 200 acres in Sullivan County on the north side of Eatons Ridge. Begin on Anthony Agees south line, along said line to a corner, then N32 W190 poles, N52 east to a conditional white oak then to a conditional spanish oak then to the beginning. Agreeable to the condition made by said Anthony Agee and Isaac Agee in the presents of William Agee and Daniel Agee. Anthony Agee (seal) Wit: John Yancey, William Agee, Isaac Agee. Nov Session 1796 proved by William Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Dec 18 1796"
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 4, 2002. On p. 74: "[826] 30 Dec 1806 - William Agee to Michael Agee, both of Sullivan Co, for 200 dollars, 50 acres in Sullivan County. Begin N20 W95 poles to William Simpsons line, N48 W40 poles, [827] then a straight line to a red oak, then straight line to a black oak in the road side, along the road to a white oak, thro a sink hole to the spring, down the spring branch to a sweet gum, then to the beginning. William (x) Agee (seal) Wit: Ambros Gaines, John Forguson. Feb Session 1807 proved by Ambros Gaines and John Forguson. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg May 04 1807"
  • Austin, Susan Hardin, abstracter, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 5A, 2002. On p. 9, 21-22, 37: "[055] 15 Oct 1807 - James Hoggard of Washington Co Va to Wm Agee of Sullivan Co, for [056] 55 pounds, 150 acres in Sullivan County on the north side of Reedy Creek, including the plantation where Peter Catron now lives. Begin on James Agees line S30 E86 poles, S2 W116 poles, S80 W100 poles, N20 W95 poles along Jacob Yests line, N48 W40 poles, then straight to the beginning. James Hoggard (seal) Wit: Ambrose Gaines, Michael Agee. Nov Session 1807 proved by Ambrose Gaines and Michael Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Dec 29 1807"; "[144] 01 May 1808 - Mary Aday to Levi Aday, both of Grainger Co Tn, for 50 dollars, her right of a certain tract of land lying in Sullivan County on the north side of the Big Ridge. Begin at a corner of Jonathan Sterkes, then west to a mulberry, S15 east to near the top of the Big Ridge, N44 west to a corner to William Agee, with Agees line to Pendletons line, then with that line to another corner of Jonathan Starkies, [145] with Starkesees line to the beginning. Assigns to the said Levy Aday. Mary (x) Aday (seal) Wit: John (x) Trotman, Pleasant (x) Forgason. Aug Session 1808 proved by John Trotman and Pleasant Forgason. Test Mattw Rhea Clk. Reg Aug 18 1808"; "[202] 08 Jun 1808 - William Agee to Peter Catron, both now of Sullivan Co, 138 1/4 acres in Sullivan County. Begin formerly at a corner of James Igows, with a line S30 E87 poles to the waggon road, S11 W113 poles, S70 W100 poles, N8 W56 poles to Leonard Yeasts line, N63 E15 poles to a corner of said Yeasts, with his line N20 W65 poles to said road, across the same N48 W40 poles to John Brittons land, then straight to the beginning. [203] William (x) Agee (seal) Wit: John Anderson, Michael Agee, Andrew Mauck. Aug Session 1808 proved by John Anderson and Michael Agee. Test Mattw Rhea Clk by Robt Rhea DClk. Reg Nov 22 1808"
  • Lay, J. Gilbert, Lay Family Genealogy, 1974. On p. 332: "Isaac and Catherine Patton Lay lived in Burkes County, NC ... he and Catherine reared a family in Burkes County before his demise in Scott County, Virginia about the time Scott was taken from Lee County ... Lawrence Lay born in Burkes County and numerated in the Catherine Lay estate in Burkes County, no further record. The guardian for these Lay children was a Bradley and an Agee. Lawrence is supposed to have taken the Agee surname."