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Encyclopedia of Virginia biography (Volume 4)

Encyclopedia of Virginia biography (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Encyclopedia of Virginia biography (Volume 4)

Encyclopedia of Virginia biography (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : HOGE


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Baptist church. He married Marie Antoinette Hoge, born June 28, 1837, near Staunton, Augusta county. Virginia, at the home of


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of her father. Rev. Peter Charles Hoge (see forward). Child, James ..'illiam, of whom further.


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a daughter of Rev. l'eter Charles Hoge, son of James Hog, who w^as the son of Captain Peter Hog (as


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, Sarah, married Rev. Peter Charles Hoge , Robert Grove, married Cassandia Mc Cutcheon , Samuel X., married (first) Elizabeth


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family of Richmond. Her father. Moses Drury Hoge, D. D.. was pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of Richmond for


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children : Coleman W'ortham Jr., Mary Hoge Wortham, Anne Scott Wortham. 3. Marshall Madison, born September 12. 1878, died July


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the mother of (iovernor Hoge Tyler, and had children, all deceased: Russell Howe, of whom further, Giles. Zachariah, Daniel R.,


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of the water."' The Rev. Moses D. Hoge said in a sermon preached in Petersburg, April, 1895, that Mc Cabe's


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staff of Governor J. Hoge Tyler, and was an imposing and commanding figure in his colonel's uniform. While on a


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Goldsborough Serpell and James Hoge (3). 8. Albert Clark, married. February, 1906, Achsa Maria Dorsey. Miss Alethea Serpell


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Radford. Virginia, son of ex-Governor James Hoge Tyler, is the present commonwealth attorney of the city of Radford, Virginia, and


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married Eliza, daughter of Colonel James Hoge, a planter of Pulaski county, Virginia, from whom his grandson.


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August 11, 1846, son of George and Eliza (Hoge) Tyler. His mother dying soon after his birth, he was reared


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Tyler, inherited Belle Hampton." (VI) James Hoge Tyler, fortieth governor of Virginia (1897-1902), was born in Caroline county, Virginia, August


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Moses D. Hoge assisting, Dorothy Madeline Denzler. She was born in Riciimond, February i, 1861,