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The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 5)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 5)

Source : Internet Archive

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 5)

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans .. (Volume 5)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : HOGE


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Feb. 15,1752 , son of James and Nancy (Griffiths) Hoge and grandson of William Hoge, a Scotch Presbyterian, who married


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10, 1760 , son of David Hoge, grandson of John Hoge, and great-grandson of William and Barbara (Hume) Hoge, who


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married to Nancy, daughter of David and Elizabeth (Pendleton) Hoge. He visited Europe, 1814-16, and was pastor of Shockoe Hill


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2, 1825 , son of John Blair and Nancy (Hunter) Hoge , grandson of Moses and Elizabeth (Poage) Hoge, and


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of the historian. William and Barbara Hoge came to America to escapé the persécutions of Charles IL, and their son


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of David Hoge, grandson of John Hoge, and great-grandson of William and Barbara (Hume) Hoge, who came to America from


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unexpired term of his brother, William Hoge, 1804-05. He became a member of the American Philosophical Society in 1799. He


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HOGE, Moses, educator, was bom in that section of Virginia afterward known as Frederick County, Feb.


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6, 1858 : son of William James and Virginia (Harrison) Hoge ,


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grand-sons, Moses Drury and William James Hoge, became noted Presbyterian divines and prominent educators. He published : St-Hctures on a


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University , his grand-fat her, Moses Hoge, was president of Hampden-Sidney college, 1807-20, as was also his grandfather, Drury Lacy,


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Thomas Lacy settling in Virginia. Moses Drury Hoge was graduated from Hampden-Sidney college, Va., in 1839. and from the Union


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16, 1792 , son of Moses and Elizabeth (Poage) Hoge. He was graduated at Hampden-Sidney college, Va., in 1810, studied


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HOGE, Samuel Davies, educator, was bom in Shepherdstown, Va., April 16, 1792 , son of Moses


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14, 1825 , son of Samuel Davies and Elizabeth (Lacy) Hoge, and grandson of Moses and Elizabeth (Poage) Hoge, and


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, and a descendant of Moses Hoge and Drury Lacy, presidents of Hampden-Sidney college, Va., and of the Harri-sons, Randolphs,


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HOGE, Solomon La Fayette, représentative, was bom in Logan County, Ohio, in July, 1836 , son


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(Gregg) and a descendant of William Hoge, of Scotland, who married Barbara Hume, a grandneice of the his-torian , came


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college, Va., and their son, Moses Drury Hoge, was a prominent Presbyterian divine in Richmond, Va., 1845-99. In 1820 he


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removing to Loudoun County, Va. Solomon La Fayette Hoge was graduated from the Cincinnati Law college in 1859, and practised


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He is the author of: Moses Drury Hoge: Life and Leiters (1899).


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who married the Rev. Peyton Harrison Hoge, D.D. (q. v.) , William Waller, who became a civil engineer in Wilmington,