Facts and Events
||Musselburgh, Lothian, Scotland
||Musselburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
||Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jerseyto Barbara Hume
||8 AUG 1749
||Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia
||08 Aug 1749
||Hayfield, Frederick, Virginia, United States
||Kernstown, Frederick County, Virginia
Land Records in Virginia
Disposition of Land in Frederick County:
- 19 February 1745, Frederick Co., Virginia Deed Book 1, Page 274.
- William Hoge Sr., of Frederick Co., Virginia leases to David Vance, Joseph Colvill, Robert Willson, Robert Allen, William Reid, John Wilson, William Chambers, Thomas Marquis, David Vance, Gent James Vance, Robert Smith, James Hogg Jr., Robert White, William McMachen, Gent Samuel Glass and David Glass, all of Frederick Co., Virginia, for five shillings, two acres, near the Presbyterian Meeting Place. Signed William Hog, in the presence of William Marquis, James Brown and Joseph Colvill younger.
Disposition of Land in Orange County:
- Pages 14-16. 5-5 May 1740. William Hogg (Hoge) Senr. of Orange County to Robert Willson of same. Lease and release; for £1.12.- current money. 205 acres, part of his own tract that Willm. Hogg now lives on, granted by patent 12 Nov. 1735... near a small run... John Calvert corner... (signed) Williame Hoge. Wit: George (Z) Egger, Robt. Smith, Thomas (B) Beyu [Bayues in release]. 22 May 1740. Acknowledged by William Hogg. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 35-36].
Will of William Hoge
- In the name of God Amen. This eighteenth day of April in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine. I, William Hoge of nottingham in ye County of Chester and Provence of Pennsylvania lands, a farmer, being very sick and weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory, Thanks be given unto God therefore, calling unto mind ye mortality of my body and knowing yt it is appointed for all men once to dy, do make and ordian this my Last Will and Testament, yt is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend it to ye earth be buried in a Christian like and decent manner, at the descretion of my Executors. Nothing doubting but at ye general Resurrection I shall receive ye same again by ye mighty power of God and as touching such worldly (goods) wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life, devise and dispose of ye same in ye following maner form--.
- Imprimus my will is yt all my just debts and funeral charges be paid as soon as conveniently they can after my decease--
- Secondly my will is yt Barbara my will beloved wife shal have ye benefit of ye plantation whereon I now live during her life--
- Thirdly my will is yt my son John Hoge shall fully be possessed of yt tract of land yt I made over to him by Deed of Gift--
- Fourthly is yt my son William Hoge shall have yt 100 a. of land whereon he now lives which is secured to him by a bill of sale--
- Fiftly is yt my will is yt my son-in-law Noal Thomson shall have 100 a. of land whereon he lives during his life and at his decease to be his wife and her heirs forever--
- Sixly that my son in law Robert White shal have 5 shillings--
- Sevently my will is yt my sons Allexander, James and George shall have ye remainder of my land to be equally divided amongst them by men of their own choosing yt there is no difference between them nor go to law one with another about it--
- Eightly my will is yt my daughter Joroter Hoge will have 50 pounds in money or value thereof leveyed out of ye stock and what debts is due to me and if that will not be so yt ye remainder be raised of ye plantation--
- Ninthly and lastly. I likewise constitute make and ordain George Galassbey of newcastle County and Barbara my well beloved wife Executor and Executrix of this my last will and testament. And I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disanull all other forms testaments wills and legacies bequests executors by me in any way before this time named willed and bequeathed, Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament, In witness whereof I ahve here- unto set my hand and seal ye day and year above written;
- (signed) William Hoge [seal]
- Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by ye William Hoge to be his last Will and Testament in ye presence of us subscribers,
- We: John Ruddoll, Enoch Job, William Rogers
- Admitted for probate Wednesday Nov. 15, 1749, in Frederick County, VA.
Records of Wiliam Hoge in Orange County, VA
- Petitions & c, 1736 - Petition of inhabitants on the West side of Sherendo River. They are given to understand that several persons have obtained or are about to obtain an order for a waggon or cart road from the forks of the said river over the Blue Mountains, which they conceive impossible to be made without so much expense and trouble that the advantages thereof will not countervaile the same, the said mountaine being so irigullar steep, hilly and rocky at that place as upon examination thereof will appear. They pray this Court to suspend any such order. (signed) Robert Buckles, George Hollingsworth, James Wright, Josiah Ballenger, Thomas Babb, William Hoge, Robert Willson, [James?] Parkins, Robert Smith, Thomas Stevenson, Noah Hampton, Peter Falkner, Abrm. Hollingsw[orth], John Smith, Wm. McMachen, John Calvert, George Hoge, Thomas Willson, Abraham Wiseman, Danl. Frowman, Jost Heit [in German?], [Alvig Bucher ?], Melisarh Brunbaug [?], [Wm. Sutzmubeler?], John Bullak, Nathaniel Thoms, [_____? in German], Robeart North [?], [_____?] Stephens, Jacob Nightswinger. [Orange County Virginia Judgements - 1736, Dorman, pg. 100]. (Note: George Hoge listed in the above record appears to be the son of William Hoge).
- Pages 480-83. 14-14 May 1740. Robert Smith of Orange County to Robert Wilson of same. Lease and release; for £55 current money. 295 acres on a branch of Opeckon Creek... at William Hogg's corner... Hyle's line... (signed) Robert Smith. 22 May 1740. Acknowledged by Robert Smith. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 3, Dorman, pg. 32].
Information on William Hoge
William Hoge was the head of one of 16 families in Jost Hite's party in 1731. He received a major grant on the Opequon.
1584. William Hoge, born 1660 in Musselburgh, Scotland; died August 08, 1749 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia. He was the son of 3168. James Hoge, Sir and 3169. Marjorie Lambert. He married 1585. Barbara Hume 1695.
1585. Barbara Hume, born 1667 in Paisley, Scotland; died 1745 in Kernstown, Frederick County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 3170. James Hume, Sir and 3171. Marjorie Johnson.
Children of William Hoge and Barbara Hume are:
- i. John Hoge, born 1699 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey; died October 11, 1745 in Kernstown, Virginia; married Gwentholyn Bowen Davis 1722 in Pennsylvania; born Bet. 1699 - 1704; died Bet. 1735 - 1780.
- ii. Alexander Hoge, born 1703; died Bet. 1780 - 1800.
- iii. James Hoge, born July 04, 1706 in Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania; died June 02, 1795 in "Sunnyside", Pulaski County, Virginia; married (1) Nancy Griffith 1729 in Chester, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; born 1703; died Bef. 1748; married (2) Agnes Crawford Bef. 1748; born Bet. 1720 - 1730; died May 01, 1798.
- iv. George Hoge, born 1708; died Aft. 1765; married Elizabeth; born Bet. 1708 - 1715; died Bet. 1730 - 1800.
- 792 v. William Hoge, born 1708 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey; died April 21, 1759 in Loudoun County, Virginia; married Mary Anne Pancoast February 09, 1722/23 in Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia.
- vi. Nancy Hoge, born 1710; died Bet. 1729 - 1800; married Neal Thompson Bef. April 17, 1729; born Bet. 1700 - 1710; died Bet. 1729 - 1800.
- vii. Jureter Hoge, born 1712; died Bet. 1713 - 1800.
- viii. Solomon Hoge, born 1716; died Bet. 1750 - 1800; married Esther; born Bet. 1716 - 1720; died Bet. 1750 - 1800.
- ix. Zebulon Hoge, born 1718; died Bet. 1719 - 1800.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 William Hoge, in Find A Grave.
- Tyler, James Hoge. The family of Hoge: A genealogy. (unknown: J.F. Hoge, [Self Published] Jos. J. Stone & Co., printers, 1927).
- Cartmell, Thomas Kemp, 1838-1920. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: a history of Frederick County, Virginia. (Berryville, Virginia: Chesapeake Book, 1909, 1963), Page 411, 412.
- King, J. Estelle Stewart (Junie Estelle Stewart), and Elizabeth P. (Elizabeth Petty) Bentley. Abstracts of wills, inventories, and administration accounts of Frederick County, Virginia, 1743-1800: with cemetery inscriptions, rent rolls, and other data. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1982, c1980).
- White, Henry M.
"A Historical Paper prepared by Rev. Henry M. White, D.D., Pastor of Opequon Church,and read by him October 30, 1897, the date of the dedication of the New Church." Document in the Handley Library, Winchester, Virginia
- Norris, J. E. History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley Counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke: their early settlement and progress to the present time, geological features, a description of their historic and interesting localities, cities, towns and villages, portraits of some of the prominent men, and biographies of many of the representative citizens. (Chicago: A. Warner, 1890).
Page 565 – William Hoge had left Scotland when quite a youth, in company with other emigrants, among whom was a family by the name of Hume; the father and mother died at sea, and left a daughter, an only child.
Young Hoge took charge of the young Miss Hume (then a child), and, after arriving in this country, delivered her to the care of a Dr. Johnston, a family connection. In course of time, William Hoge married this Miss Hume, and when Dr. Robert White visited the family of William Hoge, he met, wooed and won their eldest daughter, Margaret Hoge, and here most probably is to be found the true solution of his resignation from the British navy. About the year 1735, William Hoge, then an old man, removed with his children to Frederick County, Virginia (which county was not formed as such until 1738), and was accompanied by Dr. Robert White and his wife and children.
- Egle, William Henry. Pennsylvania Genealogies; Scotch-Irish and German. (Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, United States: Lane S. Hart, Printer and Binder, 1886), Page 633.
Wallace and Hoge - I. William Hoge, a native of Musselburgh, Scotland, came to America shortly after 1682. On the same ship came a family consisting of a Mr. Hume, his wife, and daughter, from Paisley. On the passage the father and mother both died, and young Hoge took charge of the daughter and landed at New York, where he left the girl with a relative, and settled himself at Perth Amboy, N. J. He subsequently married the daughter, Barbara Hume, removed to Penn’s Three Lower Counties, no the State of Delaware; from thence to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; and finally to the Valley of Virginia, about three miles south of Winchester, where he and his wife lived and died. They had a large family, many of whose descendants became distinguished in Church and State. Their oldes son was:
II. John, b. 1699; m. Gwenthleen Bowen Davis.
- Hoge, Peyton Harrison. Moses Drury Hoge: Life and Letters. (Richmond, Virginia: Hazen, Jas. K., Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1899).
- Rev. Moses Drury Hoge, D. D. Hogue.