Facts and Events
Julius Dugger and Mary Hall had nine children according to the list prepared by Mrs. W. M. Vaught (Elizabeth Carriger). Several of these died young. Further proof of this family is found in the Will of William Dugger (1784), son of Julius Dugger (1760). William (1784), who never married, left a Will in Johnson Co, TN in 1872, and left as his heirs his brothers and sisters or their heirs, his nieces and nephews. He named a great many people in the Will, so that helps to confirm Mrs. Vaught's records.
Mrs. Vaught also published birth dates for all of the children of Julius and Mary, and death dates and spouses for some. It can be assumed that she had access to family members who shared this knowledge with her, or access to family records, such as a family bible or something. I just don't know what sources she used. At the time of her data being published (1933), none of Julius' children were still living, though some grandchildren might have been:
These children are also proven in part by the Will of William Dugger, dated 5 Oct 1872 Johnson Co, TN. When he died, unmarried, he left everything to his siblings, or their surviving children.
One child, Julius Arnold Dugger, is apparently a child of Julius born out of wedlock with a Miss Arnold. This child was born in Wilkes Co, NC before Julius married Mary Hall. I don't know what, if any proof there is that Julius Arnold Dugger belongs to Julius Dugger (1760), but Robert Nave thinks so, and it does fit very well.