|Birth: ||Nov. 30, 1843|
|Death: ||Feb. 26, 1932|
Clarence Bagley, the only child of Daniel and Susannah, was born in Troy Grove, Illinois, on November 30, 1843.
Clarence's authorship of Seattle and King County histories -- three volumes each -- was an academic milestone in its time. Even today, Bagley's History of Seattle, Washington and History of King County, Washington enrich the historian's path with their detailed accounts, informal portraits, and personal anecdotes.
Clarence and Alice (Mercer) Bagley had five children.
From Bagley, Daniel (1818-1905) and Clarence B. Bagley (1843-1932) HistoryLink.org Essay 3470
from Allan Wenzel:
Clarence Bagley was admitted to the National Society Sons of the American
Revolution, Washington State Society, Seattle Chapter on February 13, 1915,
through his Patriot ancestoral Great-Great-Grandfather Ithamar Pelton.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
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From the Washington State Society of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution.|
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