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Thomas John Baggett
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Birth: Mar. 19, 1835
Florida, USA
Death: Nov. 26, 1909
Mississippi, USA

Your father was Thomas Choice Baggett, Sr. b) North Carolina ( b-1780 d-1850/1860 )
Your mother was Mary "Polly" Lamb, b) Georgia, 2d wife of your father. Location of her grave has not yet been found.

Your wife was Rosalie (Rose Allie) Evans
(b: 1843, d: about 1926), married: 10 June 1858.

You were half-brothers to Andrew B. Baggett (1815-1899) buried in Old Campground cemetery, Beauregard Parish, Sugartown, La. and Milton Brown Baggett Sr. (1822-1906) buried in LeBlanc cemetery, Allen Parish, LeBlanc, La.

You were also a half-brother to Joshua B. Baggett who was the GGgrandfather of Charles T. Baggett.

You were a veteran of the C.S.A. (2d La. Cav. Co. G.) as seen on three civil war pensions filed by Rosalie (Rose Allie) in 1916, 1924 and 1925, possibly for her monetary support long after your passing.
The 1920 U.S. census showed Rosalie was living in the household of your son, Thomas Lafayette Baggett, Sr.

The above paragraph/information came from an article on line previously supplied by Mark K. Baggett, Florence Ms.

You were also half-brother to Thomas Choice Baggett II, and Milton Brown Baggett I, who is buried in LeBlanc cemetery, Allen Parish, and Andrew B. Baggett who is buried in Old Campground cemetery, Sugartown, Beauregard Parish, La. and Joshua B. Baggett, burial unk. You & three of your brothers had married "Evans" girls.

You & Rosalie had eight children:

1) John Thomas Baggett, Sr.
2) Mary B. Baggett
3) Salmen E. Baggett
4) James B. Baggett
5) Charlie F. Baggett, Sr.
6) Albert (Allie) Baggett
7) Thomas Lafayette Baggett, Sr.
8) Corine "Tennie" Baggett


Thomas J Baggett, "United States Census, 1900"

Name: Thomas J Baggett
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1900
Event Place: ED 93 Beat 5, Perry, Mississippi, United States
Birth Date: Mar 1832
Birthplace: Florida
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Race: White
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 42
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1858
Mother of how many children:
Number of Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Page: 10
Sheet Letter: B
Family Number: 190
Reference ID: 51
GS Film number: 1240824
Digital Folder Number: 004120345
Image Number: 00803

Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Thomas J Baggett M 68 Florida
Wife Rosalla (Rosalie) Baggett F 57 Mississippi
Son Charley F Baggett M 27 Mississippi
Son Albert G Baggett M 23 Mississippi
Son Thomas L Baggett M 20 Mississippi
Daughter Corene A Baggett F 17 Mississippi
Daughter Apsella Baggett F 28 Mississippi

Granddaughter Ester L Baggett F 7 Mississippi
Granddaughter Mollie M Baggett F 5 Mississippi
Grandson John F Baggett M 2 Mississippi

Family links: 
  Thomas Choice Baggett (1780 - 1850)
  Thomas Lafayette Baggett (1879 - 1954)*
  Andrew B. Baggett (1815 - 1899)*
  Michael Baggett (1818 - 1896)*
  Milton Brown Baggett (1822 - 1906)*
  Joshua B. Baggett (1823 - 1861)*
  Thomas John Baggett (1835 - 1909)
*Calculated relationship
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
Stone County
Mississippi, USA
Maintained by: Charles T. Baggett
Originally Created by: NatalieMaynor
Record added: May 24, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14396717
Thomas John Baggett
Added by: Charles T. Baggett
Thomas John Baggett
Added by: NatalieMaynor
Thomas John Baggett
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I hope that all of your decendants can celebrate your accomplishments and the rich family history you have given us all. You were a half-brother to my GGgrandfather Joshua B. Baggett, but you're still one of my ancestors. I give a salute and click my heel...(Read more)
- Charles T. Baggett
 Added: Dec. 7, 2009
I salute you all for your bravery for your undying commitment to make life better for all of your future generations.Nothing was ever lost . You are as real to us today as to those who knew you well in your day .I salute you and am proud to be your cousin...(Read more)
- Rita Matte
 Added: Dec. 2, 2009

- SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy
 Added: Nov. 19, 2009
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