Person:John Allford (1)

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John Allford
d.1851 Missouri
m. 1760
  1. Moses Alford1763 -
  2. John Allford1768 - 1851
  3. Mary Alford1768 -
  4. Elizabeth Alfordabt 1770 -
  5. Jane Alford1776 -
m. 22 October 1789
Facts and Events
Name John Allford
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1768 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 22 October 1789 Montgomery County, Virginiato Eleanor Hoge
Death[1] 1851 Missouri

John Allford was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Notes

From "Hoge History", Allford Association Newsletter, Spring 2002:


James Hoge, Jr., built a log house which he called Hayfield, on Back Creek, after a name in Frederick County, but it was destroyed many years ago and we do not know what it looked like. Joseph Howe also built a house on Back Creek which he named Sunnyside.
James and Elizabeth had a daughter, Eleanor Hoge, born in 1769 in Pulaski County, Virginia. Eleanor married John Allford in 1789 in Montgomery County, Virginia.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ancestry.com.