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The planting of the Presbyterian church in northern Virginia, prior to the organization of Winchester presbytery, December 4, 1794

The planting of the Presbyterian church in northern Virginia, prior to the organization of Winchester presbytery, December 4, 1794

Source : Internet Archive

The planting of the Presbyterian church in northern Virginia, prior to the organization of Winchester presbytery, December 4, 1794

The planting of the Presbyterian church in northern Virginia, prior to the organization of Winchester presbytery, December 4, 1794

Source : Internet Archive

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presented to Presbytery, the Rev. Moses Hoge was appointed to compile from them a detailed history of Presbyterianism within our


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settled in that same neighborhood. William Hoge, the ancestor of the family of that name, which through four successive generations


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given for the purpose by Mr. Hoge.


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was the eldest son of William Hoge, who, in 1735, settled on Upper Opecquon and gave the land on which


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the year 1754, however, Rev. John Hoge was called to the Opecquon field and remained there as pastor for eighteen


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as pastor for eighteen years. Mr. Hoge, though not a resident of Virginia, until he took charge of the Opecquon


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Mr. Hoge's ministry was not without many discouragements. The churches grew in numbers, but the


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longer have the services of Mr. Hoge. At the next meeting, October, 1771, the arrearages had not been paid, but


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true, that not only was Mr. Hoge the first pastor within our bounds, but that up to the period of


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the pastoral relation of Rev. John Hoge was dissolved, has already been given with considerable fullness (pp. 18 to 28).


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Moses Hoge was obtained as its pastor. There is convincing evidence that Elk Branch had


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which followed the resignation of Mr. Hoge, and which covered the exciting period before and during the Revolutionary War, the


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to Presbytery at every meeting. Mr. Hoge, who retained his residence in Frederick County for several years, and of whom


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11. [Opecquon.l A numerous assembly. Mr. Hoge present. He is a lusty, well-made man. Capt. Holmes introduced me to him,


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embraced in Lexington Presbytery, but Moses Hoge, pastor of Concrete," on the South Branch, and John Montgomery, pastor of Winchester,


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the southward or westward of Mr. Hoge's congregation shall have liberty to join said Presbytery." Mr. Montgomery, when called to


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supply it, we find that Mr. Hoge, while still pastor of Opecquon, etc., was several times charged with a kind


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of the ministers, particularly to Mr. Hoge after his release from the Opecquon field , it must be remembered that


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church with its pastor, Rev. Moses Hoge, was assigned to it.


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After the removal of Mr. Hoge, this church was supplied for a time by the Rev. Mr. Jennings. Just


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In their united call to Mr. Hoge he was promised an annual salary of £70, of which amount Opecquon was


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during the pastorae of Rev. John Hoge, "


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said land , and that Mr. Hoge had unjustly debarred him, the said Colvil, from church privileges.


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Cedar Creek Church that Dr. Moses Hoge was born and reared. His father was the James Hoge whose name is


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reared. His father was the James Hoge whose name is in the deed of Lord Fairfax to this congregation and


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autobiography: We stopped at Mr. Solomon Hoge's, the brother of Moses, where also his aged father resided. Though eighty-four years


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response to this unusual request Mr. Hoge was ordered to supply them nine Sabbaths, and Mr. Roan to assist him


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In April, 1760, Mr. Hoge is ordered to supply Back Creek," and the next October (21, 1760) this


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oversight of vacancies entrusted to Mr. Hoge, or by the coming of an evangelist who remained for some time with


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Mr. Hoge is appointed to supply the Forks of Cape Capon." This designates a well-known


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general order by Presbytery that Mr. Hoge should "


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the Opecquon Church is built. William Hoge had several sons. The eldest did not come with his father to Virginia,


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the father of the Rev. John Hoge, for twenty years pastor of the churches of Opecquon and Cedar Creek. James,


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autumn of that year that Moses Hoge settled there, and began a ministry of twenty years as the distinguished and


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was the ninth son of James Hoge. His early advantages of education were limited, but he was eager to learn,


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Of the ministry of Moses Hoge in Hardy County we have already spoken I pp. 45-46 ). After a


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- Mr. Hoge owing allegiance to one Presbytery' and the church he was serving to another.


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appears that the explanation of Mr. Hoge was satisfactory to Presbytery, and the matter was allowed to drop. At the


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Assembly was organized in 1789, Moses Hoge was sent by Lexington Presbytery as its first commissioner. He represented the same


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of the Synod of Virginia, Mr. Hoge presided and preached the opening sermon. He was chosen the first moderator, and


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a request from Rev. John Blair Hoge for help in preparing a memoir of his father, Mr.


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under the care of Rev. Moses Hoge at Shepherdstown, and the other part going under the care of Rev. William


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in October, 1768, when Rev, John Hoge is directed to "supply at Mr. Wilson's, near Lost River." This Mr. Wilson,


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Hopewell in May, and Rev. John Hoge in August. The next year, April, 1781, it again asks for supplies, and


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sermon was preached by Dr. Moses Hoge from John 11:26. These funeral services were held in Leesburg, the county seat


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Like Moses Hoge, he was a native of Virginia. He was born in Leesburg, Loudoun County,


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without success. In 1754 Licentiate John Hoge, the cousin of Rev. Moses Hoge, D. D., was called, and the next


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Hoge, the cousin of Rev. Moses Hoge, D. D., was called, and the next year was ordained and installed. He


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and a brother-in-law of Rev. Moses Hoge.


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and spent that night with Moses Hoge at Shepherdstown, for whom he preached the next morning (Sabbath ) ,


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standing on the Smithfield turnpike. Mr. Hoge preached from the text "


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PLANTING OF PRESBYTERIANISM Chester, and Moses Hoge, pastor of Concrete, on the South Branch. This seems to be a recognition


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Mr. Hoge's congregations (/'. e., John Hoge, pastor of the Opecquon charge ) shall have liberty to join said Presbytery


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the southward and Westward of Mr. Hoge's congregations (/'. e., John Hoge, pastor of the Opecquon charge ) shall have


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Lost River, were vacant. Rev. Moses Hoge had, for seven years, served the Carmel (or Shepherdstown.) church with such fidelity


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consisting of the Rev. Messrs. Moses Hoge, Nash Legrand, William Hill and John Lyle, and they shall hold their first


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first Thursday of next December. Mr. Hoge, or in his absence, the next senior member present, shall preach a sermon


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Hoge, Rev. John 26, 28, 45-49, 55, 57,


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Hoge, Rev. Moses 2, 45, 46, 65-69


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Hoge, William 6, 26, 65