|Birth: ||Jan. 21, 1756|
|Death: ||Mar. 4, 1819|
He was the son of Stephen and Ann Hairgrove and the husband of Elizabeth Adams Hairgrove. He supposedly fought with Gen. Francis Marion during the Revolutionary War. He died after the year 1800.
**Year of birth might be 1758 or 1760, and might have been born in Delaware.**
The following came from a series of letters, (beginning in January 25, 1922), from George H. Hargrove of Fullerton, California to Mrs. Frances 'Fanny' Pearson Nicholson, (wife of John Nicholson).
"George Hargrove, my great grandfather, Asa Hargrove, my grandfather, and his wife Jerusha are buried on the W. W. O'Bryan place only a few yards from the old Jacob Townsend residence about two miles from Reedy Creek Church. Asa Hargrove's grave has marble tombstone and buried beside his father, George Hargrove."
Later on in the same letter, he mentioned that George's grave was unmarked.
In addition to the children listed below is:
* Ann Hairgrove, born February 18, 1782. Married Ephraim Ammons.
* John Hairgrove, born January 2, 1787.
* Newell Hairgrove, born February 26, 1790. Married Levisa "Louicy" Ammons.
* Louicy (Vicy) Hairgrove, born June 11, 1795. Married John Townsend.
Ann Hargrove Ammons (1782 - 1868)*
Stephen Marion Hairgrove (1784 - 1858)*
Asa Hairgrove (1792 - 1866)*
Sarah Hairgrove Bethea (1797 - 1875)*
William Hairgrove (1800 - 1872)*
South Carolina, USA
Plot: Unmarked grave beside his son, Asa Hairgrove.
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Originally Created by: Just Plain Nosy
Record added: Sep 04, 2007
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