- Clement Trigg Jr. was born in Queen Ann's Parish where he lived until his marriage.
Clement Trigg Jr. and his wife Mary Ann were living on 75 acres of the land known as "Gloven Hall" that he and his brother Jeremiah Trigg had purchased in 1763. They sold it to William Perkins for seventy-eight pounds one shilling currency in Prince Georges County, Maryland in 1778. Also in this deed, his wife Mary Ann relinquished her right of dower.
Clement Trigg Jr. and his wife Mary Ann were listed in the 1776 Church Census for St. John's and Prince George's Parishes, Prince George's County, Maryland. There were three sons, namely, William, Joshua and Simeon, and four daughters, namely, Margaret Rhoda, Drusilla and Jemima in the household. One daughter, Elizabeth, was already married to Timothy Ragan at that time.
In 1778 he his wife Mary Ann were listed in the State Census of Prince George's County, Maryland with three sons and four daughters at home.
In late 1778, Clement Jr., Mary Ann, and their family moved to Caswell County, North Carolina from Prince Georges County, Maryland. They lived in the upper northwest corner of Caswell District in Caswell County.
Clement Trigg Jr. made an entry for 1640 acres of land "on the waters of Fish Pond" in Caswell County, North Carolina on Monday, 1 February 1779. The State of North Carlina issued a warrant for the survey on the same tract of land to Mary Trigg, "behalf of Clement Trigg, dec'd" on Thursday, 21 October 1779. For an unknown reason, the State of North Carolina crossed out "Mary Trigg, behalf of" and inserted the name of "Clement Trigg" on Monday, 13 October 1783. The chain carriers for this warrant of survey were Richard Gibson and Timothy
"Joshua Reagan", Lula F. Shelton, 1982, p 1.
"The Book of Ragan/Reagan", Donald B. Reagan, 1993, p 394, 395.