m. bef. 1726
- Edward Hogan1726 - bef 1794
- H. Edward Hogan1726 - bef 1794
- W. Christian (add)
m. bef. 1788
Facts and Events
Edward Hogan was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys:
- Edward Hogan, no warrant - 1 Nov. 1749; 330 acres on Lost River of Cacapehon 6 miles within boundary line of Northern Neck; adj. James Hamilton. Chain Carriers - John Lomen & Edwd. Corder. Surv. George Washington. [Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys, Orange & Augusta Counties, with Tithables, Delinquents, Petitioners, 1730-1754, Volume One, Peggy Smomo Joyner, pg. 25].
Acquisition of Land from Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants:
- G-526: Edward Hogan of Augusta County, 330 acres on Lost River of Cackopeon in said County. Surv. by Mr. G. Washington. 1 June 1751. (Note: the Surveyor listed was George Washington, who later served as U.S. President. The Cacopon is a tributary of the Potomac River). [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775, Vol. 2, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 49].
Disposisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 496.--20th August, 1752. Edward Hogan, farmer, and Sarah, to Francis McBride, Lost River of Cacaphout (Caccaphon), 330 acres. Teste: Philip Chittam, John Dunbar, John Lewis.
Will of Edward Hogan
- The Will of Edward Hogan
- Probated April 1794 - Rutherford Co., NC
- In the Name of God, Amen. In the year of our Lord, one thousand, seven hundred and ninety-four, I Edward Hogan of Rutherford County in the state of North Carolina being weak of body yet of sound mind and momory Thanks be given to God thereford and calling to mind the mortality of my body and the uncertainty of worldly enjoyment and knowing that it is appointed for men once to die do make my last will and testament in the following manner and form.
- First Recommending my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be Buryed in a Decent-Christian-like Manner and form at the discretion of my Executor. Nothing doubting but I shall receive the same again at the Resurrection by the Mighty Power of God and as touching each worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God in my lifetime to Bless me. I give Direct and Dispose of same in the following form and first of all I do allow all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid.
- And in the next place I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Christian all my land, goods and chattel during her lifetime as also the Negro girl Lucy to be hers and at her own disposal or if She should be traded off by me before my Decease all that is got for her is to be at my wife’s disposal.
- Likewise at her decease is my wish that my oldest son Edward have all the Lands I live on to be his.
- My second son having Cloe a Negro girl by deed of gift at my wife’s decease.
- At which time it is farther my wish that all my stock then Remaining and household furnishings to be equally divided among my daughters.
- And I do by these presents constitute, nominate and appoint David Dickey executor of this my last will and testament and I do by these Presents ratify confirm and allow this and no other to be my last will and testament. Where unto I set my hand and seal.
- (signed) Edward Hogan
- Signed, sealed, published pronounced and afforded by the said Edward Hogan to be his last will and testament.
- Samuel McBrayer Saml Wheeler, his mark
- David McBrayer
- [Source: Rutherford County, NC Wills, Volume II]
Two Probable Wives of Edward Hogan
Based upon land records in 1752 in Augusta County, Virginia, Edward Hogan's will, and land records in Rutherford County, North Carolina, it appears that Edward Hogan was married twice. His first wife (and probably the mother of Mary 'Polly' and Edward), was named Sarah. Edward's wife in 1788 in a conveyance of property in Rutherford County, North Carolina and in his will probated in 1794, was named Christian. When Edward's first wife, Sarah, died and when he re-married to his 2nd wife Christian, is unknown. (needs research)
Coincidentally, a neighbor of Edward Hogans in Augusta County, William Miller, died in 1754, leaving his wife Christian (listed in land records) and at least two sons, William, Jr. and David. It is certainly possible that Edward Hogan may have married William Miller's widow, but additional research and sources are needed to prove this possibility.
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- H-192: William Miller of Augusta County, 380 acres in said County. Surv. Mr. George Washington. On River Cacapehon, adjoining Edward Hogan. 7 Aug. 1752. [Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775, Vol. 2, Gertrude E. Gray, pg. 62].
- Page 164.--5th December, 1752. William Miller and Christian, to John Miller. Delivered: Jno. Miller, Jr., 3d February, 1755, on Lost River, alias Caccapheton, from Fairfax; corner Edward Hogan, 380 acres. Teste: Samuel Newman, Jacob Woodley, William Caryl.
- Vol. 2 - LIST OF DELINQUENTS - 1753-4--John Catlett, runaway; Harmoneous Dacker, gone away; Edward Hogain, gone away.
Records in North Carolina
- 7 & 8 March 1757 - John Beaty of Anson County (lease says "schoolmaster," release says "farmer") to Edward Hogan of same, 200 acres on Doctor's Creek, adj. two tracts of Coburns, by a schoolhouse branch. Signed John Beaty (seal). Wit: Andrew Barry, Hugh Barry, Jeanet Barry. [Source: Anson County, North Carolina Deeds]
- July Court Term 1778 Tryon Co., NC - Jan 17, 1776 Thomas Hesly's of Tryon Co. to William Burgess of same, for 20 proc. money... land on S. side of Green River, 40 A, adj. Edward Hogan's. Wit: Anthony Metcalf, Edward Hogan Rec. Oct 10, 1778. [Source: Abstracts of Tryon-Lincoln Deeds Vol 2, pg. 423-424].
- Feb 29, 1788, Andrew Miller to Robert Clinton for 80 pds., 40 A. on S. side Green River join. Edward Hogan. Land granted to James Crawford by Pat. d(?)d, Dec 22, 1778, and granted to William Sharp from Crawford by deed Apr 10, 1779, and granted by deed to Ed. Hogan by Sharp, Nov 10, 1779, then granted by deed to Thomas Heslip(?), from him to William Burgess, and from Burgess to William McAfferty on Jan 17, 1780, and from McAfferty to Andrew Miller on Aug 12, 1783, Rec. Jul 26, 1794. William Johnson, John Miller. [Rutherford Co., NC Deed Book K, pg. 257, No. 1258]
- July Court Term 1778 Tryon Co., NC - Jan 17, 1776 Thomas Hesly's of Tryon Co. to William Burgess of same, for 20 proc. money... land on S. side of Green River, 40 A, adj. Edward Hogan's. Wit: Anthony Metcalf, Edward Hogan Rec. Oct 10, 1778. [Abstracts of Tryon-Lincoln Deeds Vol 2, pg. 423-424]
- To all people to whom these presents shall come, I Edward Hogan of the County of Rutherford send greetings. Know ye that I the said Edward Hogan for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and gear unto my beloved wife Christian Hogan and for devirs other good________and considerations me hereunto moving have given and granted unto the said Christian Hogan one Negro wench called by the name of Clovis to have hold and Enjoy said Negro wench unto the _________Christian Hogan During the life of the said Edward J (?) Hogan to the proper use thereof of Him this said _______and Edward Hogan and after the death of the said Edward John(?) Hogan to go _______the property of Richard Hogan son of the said Edward Hogan his heirrs, Executors and Adminis____to have and to hold against all persons whatsoever ___and will warrant and forEver defend by these presents. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 31 Day of December 1788. Signed sealed and Delivered in the presence of William Grant, Frederick linch, Charles Grant, David Marky, (signed) by Edward Hogan. [Source: Will Book A - Jan Ct. 1779 - Rutherford Co., NC]
- Jan 17, 1780, William Burgess of Rutherford Co., to William McCafferty of Mecklenburg Co., for 38 NC Currency....40 A. on S. side Green River Adj. Edward HOGAN. William Burgess, Elinor Burgess. Wit: James Millar, Jo. Moore. [Abstracts of Rutherford Co., NC Deeds A-D, pg. 217]
- Apr 1795. Anthony METCALF does appoint James Miller COXE to recover my legacy coming from the Estate of my father-in-law, Edward HOGAN. Wit: Warner METCALF [Rutherford County, NC Records]