The

Wagner/Hughes

Family Photo Page


    It is my desires and hopes that I can provide to all of the direct family and related cousins any and all of the family photos that can be brought together on this page ... If there are photos that I don't have, I and others would be pleased to receive a copy of them so as to provide them to the entire close and extended families.

    I will try and provide basic information about who and when of each photo ... If anyone has a better knowledge of this than I do ... please let me know and it will be corrected .... Along with photos I will provide several documents of interest to most of us .... I will provide the needed information so that theses photos and like items may be downloaded directly to your home computers. Printing them out will be up to you .... (See Directions and additional information Here.)


Some of the photos shown here are the actual size and others are smaller .... the photos that are reduced will be noted as such by showing a blue border around it, a Thumbnail. By clicking on these photos they will enlarge so that you may see detail. These photos when printed out will be somewhat larger than you see them on his page. (See Directions and information Here.)


Comparison - Before & After

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Waggoner/Wagoner/Wagner

The earliest of the Wagner's we can trace back to is William Waggoner. William married Elizabeth Spencer and they came to Ohio from
Pennsylvania. William and Elizabeth had six (6) children: Four (4) boys; John, Joseph, Elisha and Daniel and two (2) girls; Rebecca and another daughter possibly Elizabeth. William died around 1826 in Morgan County, which is now part of Noble County, Ohio.

Below we are attempting to compile a pictorial history of this family. We are searching for information and photos of the families
of John, Joseph, Elisha, Rebecca and Elizabeth(?).


?
John Wagner


?
Elisha Wagner


?

Rebecca (Wagner) Haga
Rebecca married Milo Haga


?
Elizabeth (?) Wagner


Joseph Wagner
More About Joseph's Descendants 


The Daniel Wagner Homestead (1998)
(
Now owned by Boyd Wagner)

A Previous Photo of Wagner Homestead showing farm & surrounding land


Daniel Wagoner and wife Mary Ann (Hughes) Wagoner
abt. 1887 or 1888
(More about Daniel)


Daniel Wagoner Family, et. al.
(abt. 1888)


Mary Jane (Hughes) Wagner & Mary Elizabeth (Wagner) Donaldson


Benjamin Franklin Wagner


B. F. Wagner
More About B. F


Daniel "Elmer" Wagner
(Son of Daniel)


Mary Jane (Hughes) Wagner & Rebecca C. (Wagner)  Prettyman
(Rebecca ~ Daughter of Daniel Wagner)


Back: Garry, Dalton, Mary (Wagner) McLaughlin & Marmaduke "Duke" Hughes
Front: Brad McLaughlin - abt. 1976



Hughes

           

                                                Aaron Hughs, Sr. ~ 1844       Lucy (Stewart) Hughs ~ 1845                                          
(Photos were enhanced to bring out writing)

More about Aaron



Gabriel Hughs ~ bef. 1891
(Son of Aaron Hughs)

More About Gabriel



Amos Hughs ~ bef. 1885
(Son of Aaron Hughs)



Hughes Reunion ~ abt. 1895



Mary Jane Hughes
(Daughter of George Hughes and Mary Jane Reed)
(Also See ~ More B.F.)


Mary Jane Hughes


 

      

Jonathon Hughs ~ 1827        Mary (Shear) Hughs ~ 1881
(Jonathan was Aaron's Brother)



Mary Ann (Hughes) Wagner
(Daughter of Jonathon Hughs and Mary Shear Hughs)


Children of Marion Frances Hughes
Oscar Kirk, Lillian Frances and Edgar Hughes


Farm Belonging to "Bone" then "Duke" Hughes in Jackson Twp., Noble County, Ohio



Reed

The Reed family is connected through the Mother of Mary Jane Hughes Wagner. Her name was Mary Jane Reed Hughes and she was the wife of George Hughes the son of Amos. So far no one has come across photos of George Hughes and Mary Jane Reed.

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