Facts and Events
Edward Hogan III was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Will od Edward Hogan
Information on Edward Hogan
From Genforum.com posts:
Marcus Hogan's G-Grandfather b. abt.1705 Posted by: Robert Marshall Date: June 27, 1999 at 06:56:30 of 4391
I found a Augusta,VA. court record Stating:
Inquisition, 19th May,1750,at the house of James Greenlee,on James River, before John Mathews, on body of Edward Hogan,late of this County. Found that he was drowned accidentally by the oversetting of a canoe as he was crossing over James River,near the house of James Greenlee on 13th May, 1750. Examination of John Maxwell and James McDowell, as to the Death of Edward Hogan taken 14th May, 1750. John says: On Sunday,13th May, 1750, he, with Edward Hogan and James McDowell, being at the house of James Greenlee, went over the main branch of James River in a canoe to a place of James McDowell, and on their return the canoe overset and they fell out into the river. John swam ashore and McDowell stuck by the canoe,and after some time got on its bottom by which he saved himself. John and James stripped themselves and made every effort to save Hogan,but were unable. James McDowell says the same.
In Edward Hogan's will 1827( Christiana Hogan Sanders Bean's father) by passed her for her children, James C. Sanders, Elizabeth (Mrs. Geo. Boren), and Lucinda (Mrs Archibald Brooks). Edward Hogan died and wife Elizabeth Hendricks Hogan m. Peter Luna and all are named in suit by Asas Holland against the Hogan heirs. The first event was in Warren Co., TN & the second in Marshall Co., TN. The latter also states that Christiana and Lucinda are not residents of TN-so where were they??? Doris Sanders
Records in Tennessee
Sumner County, TN Abstract of Will boods 1 and 2, 1788-1842:
"Silas McBee - October 2, 1790 - Bill of Sale - Negroes to Thomas Hendricks. Witness Edward Hogan and Obadiah Terrill. (P.14)"