Person:Lawrence Hogue (2)

m. 24 Dec 1911
  1. Gertha Lorene Hogue1912 - 2002
  2. Sybil Aline Hogue1917 - 1999
  3. Wanda Janette Hogue1918 -
  4. Homer Harold Hogue1921 - 1991
  5. Willie Wayne Hogue1924 - 1928
  6. Lawrence Monroe Hogue1926 - 2001
  7. Frank Dale Hogue1929 - 2015
  8. Joyce Imogene Hogue1933 - 2015
m. 27 Jun 1952
Facts and Events
Name Lawrence Monroe Hogue
Gender Male
Birth[3] 10 Mar 1926 Wetumka, Hughes, Oklahoma, United States
Census[1] 1930 Wetumka, Hughes, Oklahoma, United States
Census[2] 1940 Wetumka, Hughes, Oklahoma, United States
Marriage 27 Jun 1952 Weed, Siskiyou, California, United StatesGrace Presbyterian Church
to Myrna Rosalie Riley
Death[3] 17 Aug 2001 Mount Shasta, Siskiyou, California, United States
Burial? Weed, Siskiyou, California, United StatesWinema Cemetery

Military Service

  1. Hughes, Oklahoma, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Wetumka, p. 10B, HH [1].

    Oscar S Hogus Head M 44 Texas
    Ittie Hogus Wife F 39 Oklahoma
    Lorene Hogus Daughter F 17 Oklahoma
    Allene Hogus Daughter F 14 Oklahoma
    Wanda Hogus Daughter F 11 Oklahoma
    Harold Hogus Son M 9 Oklahoma
    Lawerence Hogus Son M 4 Oklahoma
    Dale Hogus Son M 0 Oklahoma

    GS Film number: 2341641 , Digital Folder Number: 004661223, Image Number: 00053

  2. Hughes, Oklahoma, United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule, District 32-28B, Wetumka Twp, p. 9A, HH 143 [2].

    Oscar Hogue Head M 55 Texas
    Ittie Hogue Wife F 49 Indian Territory
    Laurence Hogue Son M 14 Oklahoma
    Dale Hogue Son M 10 Oklahoma
    Joyce Hogue Daughter F 7 Oklahoma

    Digital Folder Number: 005454611 , Image Number: 00699

  3. 3.0 3.1 Find A Grave, Lawrence Monroe Hogue.
  4.   Patrick Lawrence Hogue (Samples). Personal Interview with Lawrence Monroe Hogue.
  5.   Patrick Hogue (Samples). The Samples / Semples Family.
  6.   B-24J
    The B-24J was very similar to the B-24H, but shortages of the Emerson nose turret required use of a modified, hydraulically powered Consolidated A-6 turret in most J model aircraft built at Consolidated's San Diego and Fort Worth factories. The B-24J featured an improved autopilot (type C-1) and a bombsight of the M-1 series. B-24H sub-assemblies made by Ford and constructed by other companies and any model with a C-1 or M-1 retrofit, were all designated B-24J. The J model was the only version to be built by all five factories involved in B-24 production. (Total: 6,678)