From: MLuby83326
Date: January 28, 1998

These are the surnames that I am researching.  I feel that all HENAGAN (WITH
THIS EXACT SPELLING ) are all a part of the same SC line of Henagans.   I
believe that my great grandfather may have been the son of Barnabas Henagan
and his second wife.  I am definite about this line:  Simeon B. Henagan: born
around 1812 in South Carolina (Darlington County, probably).  married in
Clinton LA on 9 june, 1837 to Celia Caroline Raiford.  Simeon died 2 January,
1843 in St. Helena Parish, LA or Amite County MS.  Succession Records dated
1843, File H3 in St. Helena Parish, LA.  Simeon B. Henagan died 2 January,
1843 leaving three minor children:  Mary Ann Victoria Henagan, Frances Marion
Henagan, and John Mitchel Robert Henagan.  St. Helena Records show Celia W.
Henagan married 15 January, 1844 to Benjamin W. Cason.  From census records,
we know Celia had 5 other children by Benjamin W. Cason.  I have found records
of John, Frances M., and Mary A. V. Henagan in Amite County, MS.  All having
married in Amite County, MS.:  John R. Henagan married 1st.: Octavia C.
Haygood; married 2nd: Martha Ann Haygood (sister to Octavia and my
grandmother).  Frances Marion Henagan married Luiza Carroll--(they lived in
East Feliciana, St. Helena, and in East Baton Rouge Parishes.)  Mary A. V.
Henagan married Robert E. Callender (they lived mainly in Amite County, MS
around Liberty, MS.)  Any information on the HENAGAN family would be
appreciated.  Please e-mail me at [email protected] (Martha Henagan Luby)

==== SCROOTS Mailing List ====

Go To:  #,  A,  B,  C,  D,  E,  F,  G,  H,  I,  J,  K,  L,  M,  N,  O,  P,  Q,  R,  S,  T,  U,  V,  W,  X,  Y,  Z,  Main