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Aggie Damron (Owl)

Also Known As: "Dameron", "Howell", "Howle", "Howl", "Ogle", "Sarah", "AUNT FAT SALLY", "Little Owl"
Birthplace: Vonore, Monroe County, Tennessee, British Colonial America
Death: June 17, 1787 (48-52)
Fleming, Floyd County, Kentucky
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Unknown and Unknown
Wife of Moses Dee Dameron
Mother of Agatha Sally Maynard (Damron); Capt. John Damron, Sr.; (baby) Dameron; Love; (baby) Dameron and 9 others

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About Aggie Damron


Aggie Damron was born between 1735 and 1738 in Albemarle County, Virginia, United States.

Aggie married Moses Dee Dameron in 1755 in Rowan, North Carolina, United States. Together they had the following children: Capt John Damron, Sr.; (baby) Dameron; Agatha Jarrel; NN Love; (baby) Dameron; Lazarus Dameron; Moses Dee Damron, Jr.; George Damron; Richard Dameron; Nancy Roberts; Agatha Sally Maynard.

She died on June 19, 1787 in Floyd County, Kentucky, United States.


John DAMERON\DAMRON b: 12 JAN 1757 in Northumberland Co., VA;*Ann DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1775 in VA; Moses DAMERON\DAMRON b: 1768 in Stokes Co., NC;Lazarus DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1765 in Stokes Co., NC;  William DAMERON\DAMRON;  Thomas DAMERON\DAMRON; Richard DAMERON\DAMRON b: ABT 1775


Dorothy Howell

Her mtdna is Kit 59712 with mutations A16129G, T16187C, C16189T, T16223C, G16230A, T16263C, T16278C, C16311T G73A, C146T, C152T, C195T, A247G, T477C, G513A, 522.1A, 522.2C, 309.1C, 315.1C at

(kit: 59712 "Aggie Owl (or) Howell, born circa 1735-8 (probably in Albemarle Co., VA) the wife of Moses Damron (1735) who settled late in life in Russell Co., VA. Mitochondrial haplogroup H is a predominantly European haplogroup that participated in a population expansion beginning approximately 20,000 years ago. "  (kit: 59712 - haplogroup H)". Mitochondrial is mom to daughter all the way down the line.A16129G, T16187C, C16189T, T16223C, G16230A, T16263C, T16278C, C16311T G73A, C146T, C152T, C195T, A247G, T477C, G513A, 522.1A, 522.2C, 309.1C, 315.1C

Avatar: atDNA Claimants: A692704 T545794 M924557 A709341 H447796 h list kits numbers to most likely related per each tree. Team Person with all the kit numbers that they want on this screenshot is Linda (Carr) Buchholz, Kit # FW864102C1

Names with in Red Tailed Hawk CLAN: Ah-ni-tsi-sk-wa or Red Tailed Hawk Clan — Those belonging to this Clan (also called the bird clan) were the keepers of the birds, sacred feathers and bird medicines. They were messengers and were very skilled in using blowguns and snares for bird hunting. Their color is Purple, and their wood is Maple. Historically known as messengers. The belief that birds are messengers between earth and heaven, or the People and Creator, gave the members of this clan the responsibility of caring for the birds. The subdivisions are Raven, Turtle Dove and Eagle. Our earned Eagle feathers were originally presented by the members of this clan, as they were the only ones able to collect them. At some Oklahoma Cherokee ceremonial grounds, the Bird arbor is to the left of the Deer arbor. Notable Surnames: Adair, Alexander, Alred, Angus, Arkensas Baker, Barr, Bear, Bell, Bird, Bolin, Boss, Brasheres, Brown, Brownwater, Bunch, Burk, Burntwing, Byles, Choate, Cody, Cooper, Cousart, Crouch, Cummingham, Cuthand, Cutting Dalondeegah, Danedeesdee, Davis Eades, Eagle, Ewery, Fair Hair, Feather, Field(s), Finley, Frost, Ghigooie, Gibson, Goingbird, Goosey, Grant Hill, Hull, Jarrett, Jimmesen, Joran, Justice (Ooweena), Kee, Ketcher, Kingsnake, Leflor, Leuking, Light, Lipe, Little, Love, Mayes, McCraken, McCrigger, McDaniel, McDonald, Miller, Moore, Moss, Negro, Old Tassel, Oowodagee, Otter Lifter, Owl, Perry, Pigion, Pool , Quail Raincrow, Rains, Rainwater, Ray, Red Crow, Red Eagle, Reid, Reynolds, Rogers, Sanders, Saughtery, Scofield, Shory, Sinnawah, Stalking Turkey, Starr, Terripin, Thomas, Toy, Turky, Waters, Webb, West, Young Bird

"The Name of Aggie Owl", The Dameron/Damron Family Association, maintained by Charles Chaney Archived Forum Discussion: "Moses Dameron and Aggie Owl", by C. Baldanado 
    Aggie Owl (or possibly Howell, Howle, Howl, or Ogle) was the wife of Moses Damron.

Anecdotal family tradition states that Aggie was Cherokee Indian, either full or half-blood. However, there does not appear to be any documented evidence to support this claim. Recent mitochondrial DNA evidence suggests Aggie was predominantly European (Haplogroup H). There is not even enough evidence that Aggie's maiden name was actually Owl. Based on residents of the area, it was more likely Howl/Howle or Ogle.

Aggie's name was reported to be Aggie or Aggy Owl in a biographical sketch of a grandson, Samuel Damron, Sr., in themtdna is daughter to mom on back and H2 is Roma and seen commonly in Eastern Siouan maternal lines. CEREDO ADVANCE, Ceredo, WV, 1 April 1896. Genealogical researches have not located a family with that surname in the area where she lived but did find the name Ogle. There was a Howl family although that may have been a misspelling of Howell. It is also possible that the name could have been Yowell. This record will recognize Owl as her surname until proof of it being something else appears. There are those that claim that she was Cherokee but offer no evidence. Her parents have yet to be identified.



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Aggie Damron's Timeline

Wilkes County, North Carolina, British Colonial America
Vonore, Monroe County, Tennessee, British Colonial America
Chatham Co., North Carolina
Northumberland, Virginia, American Colonies
January 12, 1757
Northumberland County, Virginia
Northumberland, Virginia, United States