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History of Washington County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men

History of Washington County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men

Source : Internet Archive

History of Washington County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men

History of Washington County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men

Source : Internet Archive

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a representative of York County, Jonathan Hoge of Cumberland County, and Thomas Smith of Bedford County.


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meet at the house of David Hoge, at the place called Catfishes Camp, in the aforesaid county, at the same


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lawyer, of Washington, Jean married David Hoge (brother of John and William), appointed by President Adams registei- of the United


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lawyer, Washington , Rebecca, married Mordecai Hoge, Steubenville. Of the family of Col. Dor-ey Pentecost, the only representative in Washington


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Insuing, at the House of David Hoge.at Catfish 0>mp, in the said county, Tweiity.four good and Lawful men of the


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held at the house of David Hoge," at Catfish Camp, for Ihe County of Washington, on the 1 There was


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He was the brother of Jonathan Hoge, Second day of Octoher.in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven hundred


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commissioned Aug. 17, 1791, Hon. William Hoge, commissioned April 6, 1798 , and Hon. John Mc Dowell, commissioned April 7,


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of Pennsylvania in 1876. Hon. John Hoge Ewing, of Washington, still survives his brother, Judge Ewing, and of him there


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wife was a daughter of Jonathan Hoge, the brother of David Hoge, the proprietor of Washington. He was elected a


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Jonathan Hoge, the brother of David Hoge, the proprietor of Washington. He was elected a member of the Supreme Executive


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Hon. William Hoge, commissioned April 6, 1798.


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Alexander Brackenridge, Mar. John Hoge Ewing, June.


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Baird, Esquire, 1. May 4th, John Hoge, Canton, Esquire, 1. May 29th, Frederick Cooper, Fallowfield, 1. May 31st, James Mc


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Bethlehem, 1. Jan. 8, 1814, William Hoge, Canton, 1. Dec.


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Buuyan, 1. May 16, 1817, Isabella Hoge, 1.


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July 11th, Rev. Thomas Hoge, Washington, 1. Sept.


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inn-keeper, 1. July 14th, Rev. Thomas Hoge, Washington, merchant, 1. March 6th, Thomas Mc Giffin, Washington, attorney, 1. April 28th,


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and surveyed under direction of John Hoge and Col. George Morgan, of Washington County, and Judge 3Kg M"fti Baldwin and


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Cephas Dodd, Andrew Wylie, and Thomas Hoge. The first meeting was held at Three Ridges Oct. 19, 1819. The elders


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been avoided had the Hon. John Hoge, a trustee, and one of the proprietors of the town, met the proposal


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Hughes, Thomas Marques, Eobert Johnston, James Hoge, Joseph Stockton, Samuel Tait, James Satterfield, Obadiah Jennings, William Neill, James Ramsey, Gilbert


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held at the house of David Hoge, Esq., until a i court-house shall be built or otherwise provided for."


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statement on information given by Mordecai Hoge, son of John Hoge, viz. :


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by Mordecai Hoge, son of John Hoge, viz. :


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The house of David Hoge here mentioned was situated on the lot that in the plat made in


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" John Hoge, Foreman." In the following year the grand jury (John Hoge, foreman) presented, That


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Moore, Alexander Reed, Parker Campbell, Thomas Hoge, Thomas Mc-Giffin, Samuel Hazlett, and two hundred and twelve other citizens, and also


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February, 1790, David Redick and John Hoge were appointed deputy surveyors by Daniel Brodhead of a district as follows:


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William Hoge, Jan. 25, 1830.


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William Hoge, Jan. 25, 1830.


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1800-2. William Hoge (resigned in 1804, and his brother, John Hoge, was elected to fill out


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in 1804, and his brother, John Hoge, was elected to fill out his terui).


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thousand and sixty acres), to David Hoge, a native of Cumberland County. In 1780, when the erection of the new


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sale of the property by David Hoge to his sons, John and William, the quit- rents were paid to them.


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Later it was occupied by William Hoge, and on it he lived and died. It is now owned by Harry


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them. In the year 1803, John Hoge received on


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Monongahela Streets, were donated by Mr. Hoge for a court-house and prison. Lots 43 and


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the 7th of November, 1785, David Hoge conveyed to his sons, John and William Hoge, eight hundred acres of land,


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to his sons, John and William Hoge, eight hundred acres of land, ineluding the town of Washington, except the southeast


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Bradford, James Ross, John Redick, John Hoge, and Reasin Beall.


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He married the daughter of Jonathan Hoge, brother of David Hoge, Sr. He was a surveyor, and came to the


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of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin. John Hoge, the oldest son of David Hoge, Sr., was born at Hogestown, near Carlisle,


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Hoge, the oldest son of David Hoge, Sr., was born at Hogestown, near Carlisle, Sept. 12, 1760, entered the Revolutionary


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town under the direction of Mr. Hoge. He remained here and purchased lot 273, on Main Street, where he built


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the resignation of his brother, William Hoge. He built a frame house on the south side of Maiden Street, opposite


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Mc Clure, a niece of John Hoge, and settled in Butler County, Pa.


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purchased lot No. 90 of David Hoge on a certificate, receiving his deed from Mr. Hoge in February, 1785. This


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on East Beau Street of John Hoge, on which he afterwards erected a house that was known for many years


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certificate, receiving his deed from Mr. Hoge in February, 1785. This lot was where Morgan & Hargreave's store now stands.


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he purchased of John and William Hoge lot 283 on Maiden Street, where J. Shan Margerum's store now is. In


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Hugh Means, William Hoge, and John Hoge.


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Thomas Stokely, Hugh Means, William Hoge, and John Hoge.


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Meetkirke, David Redick, John Watt, David Hoge.


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Samuel Clark, John Colerick, Sr., David Hoge, Andrew Mc Clure, Thomas Swearingen, and Thomas Stokely.


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was James Wilson. Hepurchasedalot of David Hoge on the northwest corner of Beau and Main Streets, and at the first


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18 was first sold by David Hoge to Alexander Cunningham in May, 1784, who conveyed it to Samuel Shannon the


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a deed was made from Mr. Hoge to David Morris. He was licensed first, in 1798, and 'opened the "


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post, thence by land of John Hoge south fifty-one and one-half degree-, east twenty-nine perches to a post, thence by


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by land of Thomas Jones, William Hoge, and others, south fourteen and three-fourth degrees, east one hundred perches to a


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OF THE PEACE, WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP.^ John Hoge, Nov. 21, 1786.


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are erected was granted by David Hoge, the original proprietor of the town of Washington, to James Edgar, &c. ...


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in that year. The Rev. Thomas Hoge was called to the chair, and Joseph Henderson was chosen secretary. The object


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its president, and the Rev. Thomas Hoge as its secretary. The vicepresidents were the Revs. Messrs. David Elliott, D.D., Matthew


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which had been granted by John Hoge, Esq., [June 20, 1805] to James Gilmore, Robert Anderson and Alexander Little, Esqs.,


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lot 194 was given to Mr. Hoge by the trustees, and at the same time he conveyed to them the


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hundred and forty feet) of John Hoge for ten dollars, on condition that a house of worship should be erected


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Moore, Esq., and the Rev. Thomas Hoge were authorized to act for the bauk in the settlement of its affairs.


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Cook, Alexander Murdoch, Joseph Pentecost, John Hoge, James Allison, Thomas Patterson, William Hogg, James Stevenson, and Robert Rowland. The' directors


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David Shields, Thomas Mc Giffin, Thomas Hoge, Alexander Murdoch, Daniel Moore, and Parker Campbell, who were to hold their office


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Samuel Murdoch, Thomas Mc Call, John Hoge, and David Shields. The managers called a meeting, to be held on the


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was taught in another room. Mordecai Hoge, who died in 1870, was born in Washington, Jan. 22,


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the 20th of June, 1805, John Hoge sold to Alexander Little, James Gilmore, and Robert Anderson lot No. 77, on


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of Thomas Officei', Esq., Rev. Thomas Hoge, Hon. Thomas H. Baird, Aaron Kerr, Esq., and the Rev. David Elliott, to


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references: Rev. D. Elliot, Rev. Thomas Hoge, Alexander Reed, J. Marshall, J. K. Wilson, Thomas Mc Giffin, John H. Ewing,


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July, 1788, he purchased of John Hoge lots 12, 13, 14, on the north side of Maiden Street, between Main


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August, 1807, he purchased of John Hoge lot 140, on Beau Street, which he sold to George Darns in 1810.


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such men as John Hoge, David Hoge, William Meetkirke, George H. Keppelle, Joseph Pentecost, Alexander Reed, and many others who


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we find such men as John Hoge, David Hoge, William Meetkirke, George H. Keppelle, Joseph Pentecost, Alexander Reed, and many


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Brown, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Hoge, by prayer and praise to the Great Architect of the universe , an


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with his father's friend, Hon. John Hoge, after whom he had been named.


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Hon. John Hoge Ewing, of Washington, Pa., was born in Fayette County on Oct. 5, 1796.


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15, 1792, chosen chainnan, and John Hoge secretary, the following re Bo Iutlons were unanimously adopted:


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Carlisle, Pa., where he succeeded David Hoge as sherift' of Cumberland County. " June 26, 1765, at seven o'clock in


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Presbytery of Ohio reports Rev. Thomas Hoge as stated supply at Upper Ten-Mile and East Buffalo in the year


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met in West Liberty, and Mr. Hoge asked a dissolution of the relation, which was granted. At the same meeting


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In 1818, Rev. Thomas Hoge is reported as stated supply at Upper Ten-Mile and East Buf Talo. By


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acres, surveyed to him .by William Hoge, Sept. 21, 1785, as


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Thomas Hoge, who continued in that relation till


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William Orr, Sec. , William A. Hoge, Asst. Sec. , John S. Gibson, Treas.


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Daniel Leet, John Gabby, and David Hoge were owners of adjoining tracts. On the 14th of February, 179.3, Beard sold


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The Rev. Thomas Hoge, of Washington, succeeded the Rev. Mr. Dodd as stated supply, and served the


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i Dts were sold to John Hoge, William Marshall, John Griffith, and one acre to the trustees of the Mount


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on the Edward Cherry farm. John Hoge and Alexander Hays were the teachers. The school continued till 1826. A school


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and William, Jane, and Mrs. John Hoge. David settled on the homestead, and left the farm to his son, William


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care and teaching of Kev. James Hoge, of Winchester, Va., and later taught a classical school in that State. Upon


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James Hays, Thomas Clelland, and John Hoge. At the Cross-Roads, near the same place, Henry Robinson and Adam Rankin are


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In 1827, Mordecai Hoge, who had taught since 1814 in that section, commenced to teach a school


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Hoge, David, 476, 478, 648.


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mother was Rachel, daughter of John Hoge, who was a native of New Jersey, and a sou of William Hoge,


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Ann Hoge, a daughter of Jonathan Hoge, the brother of Davi


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at Carlisle, married his cousin. Ann Hoge, a daughter of Jonathan Hoge, the brother of Davi


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Jersey, and a sou of William Hoge, a Scotchman. David Redick studied law at Carlisle, married his cousin. Ann Hoge,