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John Hagen
(Abt 1773-1825)
Martha
(Abt 1782-1854)
Davis Hagen
(1809-1880)
Margaret McCue
(1816-1887)

Albert Hagen
(1844-Abt 1901)

 

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Sarah Rebecca Clark

Albert Hagen 130,139

  • Born: 19 Dec 1844, Martic Township, Lancaster Co., PA
  • Marriage: Sarah Rebecca Clark on 5 Sep 1867 in Mt. Nebo M. E. Church, Martic Township, Lancaster PA.
  • Died: Abt 1901, Lancaster City, Lancaster Co., PA. about age 57
  • Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Lancaster City, Lancaster County, PA
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bullet  General Notes:

Albert served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He was a Sergeant in Company I of the 195th Pennsylvania Infantry (1 year, 1864-1865), a private in Company C of the 20th Pennsylvania Cavalry (6 Months, 1863-4), and a corporal in Hebble's Independent Company, Lancaster Troop, Pennsylvania Cavalry. Captain Christian B. Hebble formed his unit on a 100 day muster in July 1864.

The 1870 Federal Census for Martic Township, Lancaster Co., Pa. records Albert Hagen (25-Blacksmith) with wife Sarah R. (26) and daughters Lilly (2) and Carrie (6/12). Next door is his brother John Hagen (29 - Blacksmith) with wife Emma (19) and daughter Ella (1).

The 1880 Federal Census District 169, Martic, Lancaster Co., Pa. page 391B records Albert Hagen (36-Blacksmith and one of the Inspectors of Lancaster Co. ???) with wife Sarah (37) and children Lillie M. (12), Carrie C. (10), Sophia (8), Joseph C. (6), Ralph E. (4), Charles E. (2), and Eveline E. (1/12). Also in the household is mother-in-law Rebecca Clark (72). Next door is his recently widowed mother, Margaret Hagen (61 - PA/PA/PA), living with his sister, Sarah [Hagen] Kessiner, and her husband, George Kessiner.

The 1890 Veterans Schedule for Lancaster City, PA records Albert Hagen 3 times: 1) Private, Co. I., PA Cav. June , 1863 to Feb 5, 1864; 2) Corporal, Independent Cav. July 15, 1864 to Oct 29, 184; 3) Sergant (sic) Co. I, 195 PA Inf., Feb 16, 1865 to Jan 31, 1866. This form indicates that he has Rheumatism.

The William's Annual Lancaster City Directory 1888 lists Albert Hagen, Salesman, h, 420 Lancaster Avenue. Also listed as boarding there are daughters Carrie & Lillie Hagen.

According to Lancaster City Directories (1894-1895), Albert Hagen and family were living at 126 South Duke Street:
Hagen Albert (blacksmith), Charles E. (blacksmith), Emmerson R. (blacksmith), Eva M. (dressmaker), Sophia R.

According to Lancaster City Directories (1898), several of Albert Hagen's family were living at 614 North Queen Street:
Hagen Emmerson R. (riveter), Evelyn M. (clk F. W. Woolworth), Sophia R. (dressmaker)
Albert was a Blacksmith and worked at 43 East Mifflin.

According to Lancaster City Directories (1901), several of Albert Hagen's family were living at 22 South Lime Street:
Sarah R. Hagen (wid Albert), R. Emmerson (molder), Sophia R. (dressmaker)

The 1900 Federal Census for Lancaster City, Pennsylvania, ED#73, page 305A records Albert (Dec 1844) and Sarah R. (Aug 1842) Hagen with daughter Sophia R. Hagen (Feb 1871), son Ralph E. Hagen (May 1878), daughter Mary E. Hagen (May 1880), and grand daughter Ethel L. Hagen (Feb 1893) living at 614 Queen Street. This census indicates Albert and Sarah have been married 33 years with 8 children. Albert and his son, Ralph E., are listed as General Blacksmiths while daughters Sophia R. Hagen and Mary E. Hagen are Dressmakers. Note: Since Ethel Hagen can not be found elsewhere, one wonders if this might be grand son Elvin C. Hagen of the same birth date.

Albert's wife Sarah applied for a pension for his Civil War service at his death in 1901.

In an email From: "Kaser, Linda L." <llkaser@iupui.edu>
Date: Fri, 03 Apr 2009
Subject: Albert
To: "lhagen@vt.edu" <lhagen@vt.edu>
... Just to let you know I have Albert and Sarah Hagen's marriage info as 5 Sept 1867 and the certificate is recorded in the M.E. Church in Mt. Nebo. This was on the affidavid given by the minister for military invalid pension. In his enlistment papers he gives his age as 19 on July 15, 1864, his birth was 19 Dec 1844. His discharge records look like Jan of 1866.
Linda




The following is taken from -
History of Martic Township from History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
with Biographical Sketches of Many of the Pioneers and Prominent Men.
by Franklin Ellis and Samuel Evans.
Philadelphia: Everts & Peck 1883
Chapter LXVI Martic Township
The Kosciusko Lodge, No. 374, I. O. O. F .- This lodge was instituted Sept. 29, 1849, and was at that time located in the village of Mount Nebo. The first officers consisted of the following: N. G., Mifflin Elliott; V. G., John Hess; Sec., George Campbell; Assist. Sec., George McCombs; Treas., Samuel Harnish. The lodge continued to meet in the hall at Mount Nebo until 1853, when, to secure more commodious quarters, the hall of the Sons of Temperance at Rawlinsville was purchased and the lodge removed there.
Since its removal to Rawlinsville the lodge has enjoyed a degree of prosperity seldom equaled by lodges outside the cities. At present the lodge owns its own hall, and has between four thousand and five thousand dollars at interest. This lodge is centrally located, in a good neighborhood, and must continue to prosper in the future as it has done in the past. Below we give the names of those who have filled the chair of Noble Grand from September, 1849, to October, 1883; [included in this list is] Albert Hagen


http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pacahs/martnews.htm
The Columbia Spy
June 5, 1880
ACCIDENT TO PRISON INSPECTOR HAGEN - Mr. Albert Hagen, of Mount Nebo, was kicked by a horse, which he was leading to water. The animal jumped and playfully kicked, striking Mr. H. on the arm and on the side of his head, knocking him senseless for a few minutes. The stroke was a passing one, or it would have been serious, and he soon recovered. Mr. Hagen, it will be remembered, was chosen as one of the Prison Inspectors at the later primary election. He was in town on Thursday evening.


Albert is buried next to his wife at Greenwood Cemetery, Lancaster City, Lancaster County, PA.

bullet  Research Notes:

American Civil War Regiments <www.ancestry.com>
REGIMENT: 195th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania
Date of Organization: 16 Mar 1865
Muster Date: 31 Jan 1866
Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded: 0
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 0
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 1
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 17
Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

Regimental History - PENNSYLVANIA
ONE HUNDRED and NINETY-FIFTH INFANTRY
(One Hundred Days; One Year)

One Hundred and Ninety-fifth Infantry. - Col., Joseph W. Fisher; Lieut.-Col., William L. Bear; Maj., Oliver C. James. The majority of the recruits for this regiment were obtained in Lancaster county and were without previous military training. They were mustered into the U. S. service at Camp Curtin,
Harrisburg, July 16 to 24, 1864, for a term of 100 days. As soon as organized the regiment proceeded to Baltimore and thence to Monocacy Junction, where it was stationed for two months guarding the bridge and railway lines. During the last month of its service it was stationed along the Baltimore &
Ohio railroad, with headquarters at North Mountain Station. Three hundred of the members re-enlisted for a one year's term, and were consolidated into three companies. The others were mustered out at Harrisburg, Nov. 4, 1864.

Seven new companies were recruited in Feb., 1865, by Col. Fisher and on March 16 the regiment was reorganized at Martinsburg, W. Va. for a term of one year. Three more companies were temporarily attached to it. Only one change was made in the field officers; Henry D. Markley became major in place of Maj. James. It served at Charlestown, Kabletown and Stevenson's station, Va., until April 22, when it moved to Berryville, Va., and was employed in preserving order among the people of the
region. On June 6 it moved up the valley as far as Harrisonburg. While on the way the noncommissioned staff and Cos. A, B and C, composing the veteran battalion, were mustered out at
Summit Point, Va., June 21, 1865. The remaining companies proceeded to Washington on Aug 1, and were employed in guard duty until the date of their final muster out, Jan. 31, 1866.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 1

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Axemaker (1860) / Blacksmith, Tax Inspector (1880) / Blacksmith (1870, 1900).


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Albert married Sarah Rebecca Clark, daughter of Joseph Clark and Rebecca Flemming, on 5 Sep 1867 in Mt. Nebo M. E. Church, Martic Township, Lancaster PA. (Sarah Rebecca Clark was born on 2 Jun 1842 in Martic Township, Lancaster Co., PA, died on 1 Sep 1911 in Lancaster City, Lancaster Co., PA. and was buried on 4 Sep 1911 in Greenwood Cemetery, Lancaster City, Lancaster County, PA.) The cause of her death was acute exacerbation / fibriod uterus.




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