I was contacted by James LaLone who let me know about a resource for those researching the Hagaman family and other spellings. The website focuses on all brances and spellings of the Dutch surname: Hagaman, Hage(r)man, Hege(r)man, etc.
In my database, I have just a few Hagamans, etc.
Charles Sherman HAGAMAN born November 16, 1844 Rochester, Monroe County, New York. He married February 1868 in Alexandria, Ohio to Lydia MOULTON, daughter of Albert and Emeline (PHILBRICK) MOULTON. Lydia was born January 1849 in Illinois. They lived their lives in Livingston County, Missouri, where Charles was a farmer. Charles was a Civil War veteran of the 18th New York Infantry. Charles died in 1925. Lydia died October 17, 1916 in Chillicothe Township, Livingston County, Missouri. Both are buried in the Edgewood Cemetery. Lydia was a sister to my ancestress, Clara MOULTON.
Also, the wife of my ancestor, James GROENENDYKE (1770-1836) is sometimes listed as Johannah HAGERMAN, although I believe her surname should be ANTONIDES. Interestingly, they did have a son names Thomas Hagerman GROENNEDYKE, so there may be a family connection.
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