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- Constantia Pagett eldest Daughter
Taken from The Annals and Parish Register of St.Thomas and St. Denis Parish in South Carolina from 1680 to 1884 collected and arranged by Robert F. Clute, Rectorpg. 11 1709:
The Rev. Thomas Hasell,lately a catechist in Charleston, was appointed by the Society for the Propagation for the Gospel in Foreign Parts as the missionary to this parish . pg.14 1744 November 9. The Tector, the Rev. Mr. Hasell, died. Had been Rector for thirty-five years.
pg 21 3rd Missionary Rev. Thomas Hasell 1709-1744 died Buried at Pompion Hill. Taken from The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine Vol. XVIII 1917 "The Baronies of South Carolina":
pg 7 Elizabeth Ashby who married the Rev. Thomas Hasell and became the ancestress of the numerous Hasell family of South Carolina.
pg 12 Plantation Pompion Hill. The name was extended to cover the larger tract or plantation which was aggregated together by the Rev.Thomas Hasell. The Revd. Thomas Hasell was the first Rector of the Parsih appointed in 1709 after the creation of the Parish under the Church Act of 1706.
Will of Thomas Hasell Charleston County Wills Vol 5 pg 361-363 Written 23 Sept 1744 Proven 29 Jan 1745 Rector of the Parish of St. Thomas Berkeley County Eldest son Thomas Hasell 5 Tracts of land 1520 acres Pompion Hill, lot in Chrldsbury #21 Second son John Hasell Tract of land 500 acres wife Elizabeth Hasell Third son Andrew Hasell Plantation -Bury- 583 acres & 580 acres near Hell Hole Swamp
Executors wife Elizabeth Hasell, eldest son Thomas Hasell, Gabriel Manigault, John Pagett. qualifed 29 Jan 1745
Rev. Thomas Hasell's Timeline
August 3, 1683
Dalemain, Cumberland , England
January 14, 1725
St. Thomas Parish, Berkeley, South Carolina
September 23, 1744
Georgetown, Georgetown, South Carolina
Charleston, Berkeley , South Carolina, United States