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. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T626), 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. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T627), 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)