Another family may here be noticed - the Huggins family. The first known of this family were
John Huggins and Willis Huggins, not brothers but first cousins. (footnote - John Huggins and Willis
were first cousins. Their fathers were brothers, their grandfather was the common ancestor, and,
I suppose was the first Huggins in the county, about 1740 or 1750). Old John Huggins lived at
Huggins'Bridge, on Little Pee Dee: he married a Miss Campbell, sister of Gadi and Theophilus;
he raised a considerable family of sons and one daughter - if there were other daughters, the
writer never heard of them; the sons were Solomon, Henry, John Theophilus, George, Enos and
--A History of Marion County, W.W. Sellers (1902)
Excerpt transcribed and contributed by Helen Moody, March 2000.
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