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one variation of the Hogue crest

HOGUE CREST

Shield contains a cross sidefaced crosslet in the center-SA (sable or black)
between three blue boars' head with red tongues, erased
(foreable torn from body, severed parts are jaggered)
and two crescents; a knights helment appears above the shield.
Atop this helment is a silver crown with an outgrowning "fruited oak tree"
from which hangs a small shield showing a bent arm holding an arrow
pointing down.

MOTTO (below shield):
DAT GLORIA VIRES
(Glory gives strengths)


HOGE_HOGG_HOGGE_HOGUE (Scotland)

 1425 HOGE

  1660 HOGE

  1685 HOGE

 1732 Hoge

 1803 Bennett Hogue

Bennett's Bible

1806 Ezekiel Hogue 

 1835 John A. Hogue

1841 E. U. Hogue 

 1847 J. M. Hogue 

1859 J. W. Hogue 

1863 M. A. Hogue 

 1865 R. W. Hogue

1867 Geo. H. Hogue

 1872 T. M. Hogue 

1894 Carrie Hogue 

1910 Willie C.Hogue

Jacob Brown

Maggie L. Brown

Mary Jane Clower

1725  CLOWER

 Clower/Hogue

 1763 Jonathan Clower

1834  Rev. War applic.

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The Hogg-Hoge-Hogue Society Historian-Secretary is Carol Knuppel
1020 West Oak Drive, Yukon, Ohio 73099-2423
List Address: HOGG-admin@rootsweb.com


HOGE_HOGUE

1425..Patrick Hoge & Gilbert Hoge, Squires (listed among the gentlemen who devydit the marches betwixt Ridbeth & Bermosyde)

The laird in whose name this division was made, was the first to drop the spelling de Haga for the spelling Haig, which is still in use. It is probable that "Hoge" is only one varient of "Haga or Haig" and that the Hoge's are descendants of Petrus de Haga, who came from Normandy about 1150. This Peter of the Dyke, probably came from Cape de la Hague in Normandy.

References for Hogg_Hoge_Hogue Documentation:
"The Family of Hoge" by James Hoge Tyler , Gov. of VA ; published by Jams Fulton Hoge, Greensboro, NC.
&
American Biography, A new Cyclopedia, Vol.47, The American Historical Society, pp. 118-119
&
"Shenandoah Valley Pioneers & Their Descendants," 1963 T.K. Cartmell;
&
"Shenendoah, the Valley Story", 1972 Alvin Dohme;
&
"Colonial Families of the US" Vol. IV 1966 (reprint);
&
"History of the Middle River Settlements, West Virginia," by D. E. Johnson.
&
"Individual Hogue Histories" from Hogue families from Arkansas:
&
Washburn Family Foundations-The Hogue Family--source: Cindy Washburn New Cumb., PA.
&
Pennsylvania Hoge/Hogue Documentation and research
&
Hinshaw Quaker Meeting Records
&
Internet Research Postings from other Hogg/Hoge/Hogue researchers

1569 to 1612 (est.) George Hoge

1609 to 1638 (est.) James Hoge

16?? to 16?? (est) ? Hogue


1660..William Hoge Sr. born 1660 Berwick, Musselboro, Scotland died 1749 Frederick Co., VA.
sp-1 Mary ?
sp-2 Barbara Hume born 1670 died1745 Frederick Co., VA.
They are bur. Frederick Co. VA near Winchester.

Barbara Hume & Parents were aboard the "Caledonia" , during the long voyage an outbreak of pestilence in the overcrowded ship, both mother and father died. The father was a knight and a baron. Wm Hoge, also aboard, became the protector of Barbara, delivering her to her uncle Johnson (a physician in NY City.) Wm made himself a home in Perth, Amboy on land owned by a Scotch company ,at the head of which was Gov. Berkley, and of which he was a member. Subsequently they married. They are bur. Frederick Co. VA near Winchester. (*Sir James Hume's father was a Knight and a Baron, allied to the House of Stuart, this tracing descent back to Robert Bruce)

Children of Wm. (1660) & Barabar Hume Hoge were:
John
William (born 1685 mar Ann unknown)
Alexander
George
James
Nancy
Margaret
Jorother (female)

Hogue was the spelling of the name after 1800, in later generations.

William Hoge,(b.1660), was the son of James Hoge of Scotland; son of George Hoge of Scotland; son of Sir John Hoge of Musselboro, Scotland came to America in 1682 aboard the "Caledonia", because of religious persecution under the Stuarts.

After the birth of the first son, they made their home for some time in Chester Co., PA. His will
was recorded in April 1729 , Will Book 1, pp 338-339 Frederick County Clerk's office.

William & his first son John founded the village of Hogestown, PA & in 1734 founded the Silver Springs Presbyterian Church.
The pulpit Bible and pewter service was given by the Hogue/Hoge family. It still exists in the Silver Springs Church.

John Hogue who stayed in Hogestown, PA, (near Harrisburg) lived and run the Stone House Tavern/Inn at Hogestown, PA

William Hoge (1660/1749) in 1735 removed to Frederick Co VA where he was in the party of Joist Hite, who was the first white man to settle permanently in Old Frederic Co., Va. William and
family, settled on the Opecquen branch of the Potomac River, two-three miles from Winchester , on
the Great Wagon Road and called it Hoge Run. He claimed title to his land through a grant independent of Hite and controlled a large tract and sold parcels therefrom without question as to his title. His entire family (10-12) went with him except for 1st son John.

William made his home in Frederick Co., VA. and:
a) Gave land for a church, the first place of worship in the Valley of VA., the minister was his grandson, the son of John who stayed in Hogestown, PA.
note: American Biography, A new Cyclopedia, Vol 47, The American Historical Society.
b) Gave land for a school and burying ground where he lay in 1750.
of note:
c) One Hogue spoke at General Lee's Funeral
d) One Hogue spoke to the Confederate troops at Richmond


William Hogue was born in 1685 in VA., and became the first member of the family who was of the Quaker faith.
+ Ann unknown married on Feb 9 1723. She died in 1759 in VA.

children were:
James (16 Dec 1724)
William (4 Jan 1726 line of Cindy Washburn, PA
+Esther Ewing married on 12 Oct 1752
Solomon (21 March 1729)
George Hoge B. 6 Feb 1732 at Page, Shenendoah Valley, VA D. 1805 >married 9 Dec 1757 Green, PA.
+Elizabeth Blackledge B. 1737 Berks Co, PA Died 1804 Green, PA
Joseph (1 Dec 1735)
Zebulon (18 April 1736)
Nancy (26 Dec 1740)

Proof: The Hoge Family by James Hoge Tyler (1846-1925).
William (1685) being the second son of Wm. Hogue and Barbara Hume Hogue.



William the second son of Wm. and Ann Hogue:
This is the proven Hoge_Hogue line of Cindy Washburn, New Cumberland, PA.

William Hogue was born 4 Jan 1726 (listed on DAR Patriot Index -Centennial Edition-part 2)
+Esther Ewing mar. on 12 Oct 1752

children were:
John Hogue mar Mary Jenkins 14 May 1778
Asa Hogue mar.Mary Griffith,11 Dec 1790 sons: Israel, Jesse, Asa Jr.
Jesse Hogue left VA ca 1798
William Hogue b. 1776***
Solomon Hogue mar Mary Fisher 8 Mar 1794 moved to Green Co 1798
Israel Hogue mar. Ruth Jenkins 30 Nov 1786
Nancy Hogue mar ___Jenkins
Susanna Hogue mar Henry Lewis
Esther Hogue mar __??children Rebecca Sarah Wm Susanna
Martha Hogue mar. Derek Fisher (bro of Mary w/Solomon)

***William Hogue was born 23 Nov.1776
+ wife unknown

Children were
John
Solomon
William (VA June 10, 1793 )
Nancy
Hannah

William (born Frederick Co VA June 10, 1793 died 1849 bur Donaldson Cem Elizabethtown Indiana, removed to Pa where he married at Uniontown, Fayette Co.PA, to Lucy Price ( 6 Nov 1795 Frederick Co VA, dau of James and Winifred Owen Price) on Aug 16, 1816. Silas Bailey officiating.

1830 Wm & Lucy moved to Madison Indiana and in 1836 from Madison to Elizabethtown, Indiana.

Children were:

Narcissa I Hogue (26 Dec 1817 PA mar Wm Branham
Benjamin F Hogue (14 Sept 1819 PA d. 9 May 1831 IN
Wm. Owen Hogue (18 Aug 1821 PA mar. Jeanette Craig
Lucy A Hogue (10 April 1823 PA mar E.W.VanWye d. 1849
Elizabeth Hogue (18 Feb 1825 PA m. Wm VanWye
Mary A Hogue (18 Dec 1826 PA m. John Gaston
Oliver Hampton Hogue (25 Oct 1828 PA d. 1880
Esther Hogue (18 May 1830 PA mar. William ?Gaston
Martha M. Hogue (15 July 1832 IN d. 1925 IN mar. Wm Washburn
Sarah J. Hogue (8 Dec 1835 IN d. 1908 IN mar Joe Hill
Charles F. Hogue ( 11 May 1837 IN d. 1890 MO m. Eliz. McNorton
Calvin Hogue (10 March 1839 IN d. 1841 IN
Source: Cindy Washburn owner Oxford Hall Celtic Shop New Cumberland, PA. & "The Hoge Family" by James Hoge Tyler (1846-1925).



George Hoge the fourth son of Wm.and Ann Hogue &
the Grandson of Wm and Barbara Hume HOGE
:
"The Hoge Family" by James Hoge Tyler (1846-1925).

George Hoge B. 6 Feb 1733 Page, Shenendoah Valley, VA D. 1805 Green, PA
married on 9 Dec 1756/7 Green, PA.
George is listed on the DAR Patriot Index-Centennial Edition part 2:
George Hoge b. 2-6-1733 PA d. 1805 PA. m. Elizabeth Blackledge; PVT -PA
+Elizabeth Blackledge B. 1737 Berks Co, PA Died 1804 Green, PA

  •  
    • Parents of Elizabeth: Thomas Blackledge Born 1707 Bucks Co, PA Died 7 December 1790 Lower Milford Twp, PA. married 15 April 1730 NJ to
      +Elizabeth Randall Born 1711 Lower Milford Twp Bucks Co, PA.
    • Parents of Thomas Blackledge were
      William Blackledge Born 1670 England Died 1718 Southhampton Twp, Bucks (?Berks)Co., PA
      +Mary Duffield Born 25 October 1684 Philadelphia, PA


  • Son: William Hoge B. 1762 D. 1837 Marshall Co, TN
    the Great Grandson of William and Barbara Hume Hoge & the only child
    (we know) of George and Elizabeth Blackledge Hoge:
    (
    Researching in Harrisburg, PA --I cannot find any other information BB-99)

William Hoge B. 1762 D. 1837 Marshall Co, TN
+Nancy B. 1775 York Co. SC D. 1850 (23 Oct 1836) Mar 1793/94
children:
All children have never been proven, many researchers speculate the following to be true! BB
1. Son born ca.1792
2. Son born ca.1794
3. Son born ca.1796
4. Parthenia Hogue B. 1784 NC/1800 NC (not a proven daughter)
+William F. Fewell (14 children 1817-1845)
5. Daughter born ca.1801
6. Bennett Hogue B. 27 Jan 1803 NC D. 18 March 1879 Drew Co., AR
7. Ezekiel Hogue B. 8 June 1806 NC D. 15 Dec 1873 Lamar Co, TX
8. Elizabeth Hogue B. 1 Aug 1808 York Co SC D. 13 June 1875 Grant Co AR
+ William Caple on 1929 York Co, SC. Elizabeth bur in Marvin Chapel Cem., Grant or Saline Co. AR
9. Lucretia Hogue B. 1810 York SC D. 1892 Grant Co AR bur. Marvin Chapel Cem. Saline or Grant Co.AR
+ Samuel McDowell Watson (mar in 1829)
10. Daughter born ca.1812
11. Son born ca.1813
12. Edward Harvey Hogue B. ca. 1815 SC D. (TN 1840 census) mar. Marshall Co 1838
+Mary Billington
13. Hiram Hogue B. 5 Feb 1816 York Co SC D.after 1870 AR possible Grant Co.
+ Elizabeth Billington (mar in 1836).
. son James W. Hogue CSA Co.D Hawthorn's Reg Vol INF -early 1862
. James W. died Oct 1862 when he drowned in the MS River.

Proof for above:
Bennett Hogue Bible listing Bennett and Ezekiel Hogue.
Ezekiel Hogue was executor of the Will of William Hogue
Ezekiel Hogue married Sarah Templeton Watson dau of Samuel Watson (estate papers York Co case 45 file 1910 lived 1829)
William Hogue bought fifty-four acres of land in Maury County from Samuel Wason on July 21, 1836.
In 1841 his Widow Nancy deeded the above fifty-four acres to her two youngest sons, who sold the land in 1843, this deed was witnessed by Bennett Hogue.
William's will was proved in 1837. He was about seventy-five years old when he died.

The will of William Hogue is in the will section.



3-7. Ezekiel Hogue Born B. 10 June 1806 NC Died 15 Dec 1873 Lamar Co., TX Bur. Hickory Grove, Petty, Lamar Co, TX.
+ Sarah Templeton Watson mar. 1827 York Co. SC B. 24 Oct 1803 York Co. SC D. 6 Oct
1881 Lamar Co., TX
Parents: Hugh & Hanna Templeton Watson

Proof:

  • Bennett Hogue Family Bible, lists Ezekiel & Bennett Hogue
  • Hiram Hogue Family History
  • 1850 AR Census Saline Co..next door to his brother Hiram Hogue
  • York Co., 11 Nov 1828 purchased land on waters of Rocky or Little Allison creek.
  • Co-executor of will of Wm. Hogg in Marshall Co., TN
  • Deeds in Marshall Co (Maury Co)TN show Watsons, Hogges and Rings witnessing deeds for each other. Samuel M. Watson married Lucretia Hogge, daughter of Wm and sister to Ezekiel and Bennett Hogue.
    1830's Maury & Marshall Co,. TN --deed book 1-Q, p. 544; book A, pp.114-5; book b, p.346;
    book F, p. 406; book L, p.301. Historic Maury, Vol. 4, p.99.
  • Ezekiel also witnessed a deed in 1832 where Moseley sold land to Samuel M. Watson.
    Ezekiel married Sarah Templeton Watson.
  • At a meeting an July 1861 at Benton to raise a regiment of infantry from Saline County, Ezekiel was elected Chaplain, as he was a Methodist minister. It is recorded that he was also the one who called upon
    Saline County to vote in favor of the Confederacy. He was in his 50's at the time.
    Military Records: Natl. Archives, Wash. DC: Chaplain of the Confederacy 11th Reg AR INF enlisting 8 Aug 1861 captured 7 April 1862 confined at Camp Chase released 3 Aug 1862. (Methodist
    Minister.)

children:
4-1. Elizabeth P. Hogue B. 15 Oct 1828 York Co SC D. 2 Mar 1897 Lamar Co TX mar.
12 Dec 1844 bur. Lamar Co., TX.
+ James Tison Swafford
4-2. Nancy H. Hogue B. 16 Dec 1831 York Co. SC D. before 1850
+ Henry Price
4-3. Samuel Newton Hogue B. 16 Oct 1833 Maury Co, TN D. 9 Apr 1887 Lamar Co, TX mar. 29 Dec 1853 Benton, Saline Co, AR. Bur. Hickory Grove cemetery, Lamar Co. TX.
+ Susan Elizabeth Tull Born 17 Dec 1840 Died 21 Mar 1907 Bur. Hickory Grove Cemetery, Lamar co., TX
child : Carrie E. Hogue born 6 Feb 1876 Died Nov 1876 buried by Ezekiel in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Lamar Co., TX.
4-4. Lucretia Ann Hogue B. 24 Sept 1835 Maury Co TN D. 28 May 1908 mar 17 Dec 1852 bur ? Saline co AR.
+ Joshua Holiman
4-5. Mary Elizabeth Hogue B. 30 Dec 1837 Maury Co TN D. 30 Sept 1857 mar. 21 Dec 1856
+ Alexander B. Wall
4-6. James Harvey Hogue B. 20 Nov 1839 Saline Co AR D. 27 Oct 1882 Pulaski Co AR mar 8 Ot 1865 Pulaski Co, AR.Bur. Hickory Grove Cem Lamar co, TX(CSA Co. A, 11 Regt. AR Mounted Inf.
+-1. Eliza C. Dodd 1-24-1861
+-2. Nancy Jane Crudginton B. 10-8-1845 D. 1891
4-7. M.C. Hogue B. 17 Nov 1842 Saline Co, AR D. 10 Aug 1843 bur Saline Co., AR.
4-8. John Andrew Hogue B. 13 Oct 1844 Saline Co, AR D. 30 Oct 1890 Lamar Co TX
+ America Angelina Lovell on 2 June 1867 bur Hickory Grove cemetery Lamar Co, TX mar 2 June 1867

  • 1880 AR census finds Sarah Templeton Watson Hogue living with son James Harvey Hogue.
    Since there is no headstone for Sarah in Hickory Grove Cemetery with Ezekiel, could she be buried in possibly Saline Co., AR. (source Betty Sullivan Carr-Lubbock, TX)

children of child #6 ;James Harvey Hogue:

5-1. William Henry Hogue B. 1866 D. 1914
+ Sophia Magdeline Hope B. 1870 D. 1914

Children:
6-1. Lena Alice Hogue B. 1891 D. 1931
+ S. S. Drennan
6-2. Roy Hogue B. 1893 D. 1943
+ Violet Tarver
6-3. John Harvey Hogue B. 1894 D. 1945
+ Lula Mae Propes
6-4. Clyde Marshall Hogue B. 1896 D. 1962
+ Audrey Johnson
6-5. Vera Lucille Hogue
+ Luther Matthew Hawkins
6-6. Bessie Allene Hogue
+ John Kober
6-7. Raymond Lewis Hogue
+Elsie Ebel
6-8. Helen Gould Hogue B. 1910 D. 1960
+James H. Thompson
6-9. Archie Bracton Hogue
+ Eloise Parks

5. John W. Hogue B. 1868 D. 1872
5. Ruth Naomi Hogue B. 1870 D. 1877
5. Sarah Ann Hogue B. 1877 D. 1965
+James W. Dickerson B.
5. Lillie Ruth Hogue B. 1880 D. 1963
+ James B. Hogue

4. Elizabeth Hogue B. 1808 D. 1875
+ William Caple
4. Lucretia Hogue B. 1810 D. 1892
+ Samuel McDowell Watson

5-1. Hugh Parks Watson B. 1830
5-2. Jane C. Watson B. 1832
+ Crowson
5-3. William McDowell Watson B. 1836
5-4. Nancy Watson B. 1836
+ Green
5-5. Ezekiel Newton Watson B. 1839
5-6. John W. Watson B. 1842
+ Sample
5-8. Harvey Hiram Watson B. 1849
5-9. Sarah E. Watson B. 1849
+ Swafford
5-10. Mary Elizabeth Watson B. 1852
+ Yates
5-11. Thomas Watson B. 1854
5-12. Martha M. Watson B. 1856
+ Sample

3-8. ??Hogue B. 1812
3-9. ??Hogue B. 1813
3-10. Edward Harvey Hogue B. 1815
3-11. Hiram Hogue B. 1815
+ Elizabeth Billington

5. James W. Hogue B 1839 D. 1862
+ Sarah Lucretia Caple

6. Willis Andolph Hogue B. 1860
6. James Harvey Hiram Hogue B. 1862 D. 1899
+Lucinda Dorinda Mashburn

7. William Yancey Hogue B. 1889
7. Hattie Jewell Hogue B. 1890
+ Garner
7. Thomas Randolph Hogue B. 1893
7. Arlie Edgar Hogue B. 1895
7. Bertha May Hogue
+ Brisdby

5. Ezekiel Hogue B. 1840
5. John Hogue B. 1842 D. 1899
?+Lucinda Dorinda Mashburn?

6. 4 children 1863-1891

5. Sarah Matilda Hogue B. 1844
5. Samuel M Hogue B. 1848
5. Mary Jane Hogue B. 1850
5. Nancy Adaline Hogue B. 1852
5. Thomas Newton Hogue B. 1854
5. Margaret L. Hogue B. 1858
5. Eliza A. Hogue B. 1865

file from World Fam. Tree CD #1 Tree #2484 submitted June 3, 1995 by Hogue, Boone, Musgrove of AR, TN 1569-1990.

sent to Bettye Bond in 1998 by: Gerald W. Shollmier Benton, AR.
AR Historical Society: 3-2000 "Hogue book" by Steven Edwin Perdue copyright 1989


3-6. Bennett Hogue B. 27 Jan 1803 NC D. 18 March 1879 Drew Co., AR
+Matilda Gabbie B. 13 August 1808 York District, SC D. 25 August 1878 AR
mar.11-26-1829 York District, SC
moved to>NC>SC>TN as a young man>Monticello, AR.
Bur: Mt. Pleasant, Camp Ground Cemetery, Drew Co, AR

  • 1830 Census of York Dist SC head of household. Probably in Maury, Marshall
    or Fayette Co's in TN inbetween 1830/50.
  • Witness to a deed of land by Nancy Hogue to a younger son, in Fayette Co., TN
    after the death of husband William Hogue.
  • Bill of sale for slave woman dated 24 Dec 1835 , Fayette Co., TN (book G, pg 489)
  • Bought land from T. K. Bennett 14 Dec 1938 Fayette Co., TN (book H pg 472-73)
  • 1850/60/70 Census of Drew Co. AR.
  • Buying land 24 Sept 1849 Monticello, AR deed book C, pg 71-217 .
  • Dec. 1859 sold town lot to W.M.Allen

Land grant papers signed by President James Buchannan. Copied by Margaret Robinson
in the '60's.

Believed to be early member, if not founding member & earliest graves of Campground/ Mt Pleasant Methodist Episcopal Church & Cemetery 10 miles N of Monticello.

Will signed: 17 March 1879 file Will book Drew Co, pages 247-48 ; he names his children.

Sons who were loyal soldiers of the Confederacy:
John Alexander Hogue Co. F. 9th AR INF Pvt/Pvt (61-62/5), William Cordelia Hogue Co.A;26th AR INF Cpl/Pvt (64-54) & James Monroe Hogue Co B. 9th AR B (64-65), family tradition states as the 9th rode away on their horses, they had two new members, James & his slave companion, who were to become water boys for the 9th. There is only an application for pension no military records on file for James Monroe.

Bennett's brother Ezekiel enlisted as a Chaplain in the 11th AR at the age of 55.


BENNETT HOGUE BIBLE

Bennett Hogue's Bible information was hand copied by Mrs. Margaret Abston-Richardson of Kirkwood, MO. in the 1960s.
She has researched the Hogue line for years, she has been a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy for nearly 50 years, entering under John Alexander Hogue. Information on her Hogue research has been published in the Arkansas Genealogical Quarterly, publication of the Arkansas Society, of which she is a life member.
She is a descendant of Margaret Ann "Maggie" Hogue born 11 Dec. 1863 died 23 Jan 1939 who married Charles Ransom Abston born 22 March 1866, died 22 June 1934. They were married December 26, 1886 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR.
She found the Bible, in very bad condition, out in a shed on the property of Miss Margaret Hogue, of Monticello, AR. , asked for but was refused posession of the Bible. She copied the contents but has no idea where the Bible is now, or if it still exists.
She pieced some of the pages together to obtain the information.


Bennett Hogue was born on 27 January 1803
Ezekiel Hogue was born 10 June 1806

Mary Elizabeth Hogue was born 31 May 1831
William Cordelia Hogue was born 16 June 1833
John Alexander Hogue was born 8 Dec 1835
Nancy Jane Hogue was born 19 Aug 1838
Eliza Urcilla Hogue was born 19 May 1841
Clemantine Matilda Hogue was born 19 Jan 1844
James Monroe Hogue was born 24 April 1847

Matilda Gabbie was born 13 August 1808

Bennett Hogue departed this life March 18, 1879
Matilda Hogue departed this life August 28, 1878

Among all the rubble was a land grant for Bennett Hogue signed by President James Buchannan, many papers of Rev. James Lawrence Samuel Butts Clower. She stated she has no idea what happened to these.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Bennett and Matilda Gabbie Hogue had 13 children:

4-1. Mary Elizabeth Hogue SC 5/31/1831
4-2. William Cordelia Hogue TN 6/16/1833
4-3. John Alexander Hogue TN 12/8/1835
4-4. Nancy Jane Hogue TN 8/19/1838
4-5. Eliza Urcilla Hogue TN 5/19/1841
4-6. Clementine M. Hogue TN 1/19/1844
4-7. James Monroe Hogue TN 4/24/1847
4-8. Unknown
4-9. Uknown
4-10. bur campground but unknown
4-11. 1810 left for York Co SC owned 171 acres of land (I think this is 1830 not 1810 ..BBond )
4-12. 1832 left for Fayette Co TN
4-13. 1849 left for Drew Co, Monticello, AR

Parents of Bennett Hogue: William Hogue & Nancy
Parents of Matilda Gabbie: Joseph Gabbie & Mary unk

Will of Joseph Gabbie under Wills:



4-1. Mary Elizabeth Hogue B. 5-31-1831 SC
+ Benjamin F. Hale B. est 1831

5-1. W. D. Hale



4-2. William Cordelia Hogue B. 6-16-1833 TN
+ Louizza Jane Tucker

5-1. Henreitta Hogue B. 1855
5-2. Cornelia Hogue B. 1856
5-3. J. B. Hogue B. 1857
5-4. Nancy J. Hogue B. 1860

  • Wm Cordelia was home on leave during the war, he and Mary Jane hid from the yankees.
  • CSA records for Wm. C. Hogue secured from Arkansas Historical Society (3-2000)

4-3. John Alexander Hogue Born: December 08, 1835 in Fayette Co, TN Died:February 09, 1931 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR, buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Cem,Drew Co
m: September 09, 1855 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR
Mary Jane Clower Born: October 09, 1837 Died: August 19, 1904 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR, buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Cem.

  • Parents: CLOWER, James Lawrence Samuel Butts & Fatha Ann Coker
    James L.S.B. Clower B. 8/24/1813 GA D.4/5/1891 Drew Co. mar. 1/1833
    Fatha Coker B. 1818 Bibb, AL D. 11/23/1884 Drew Co.
  • Siblings of Mary Jane Clower: Hattie: Mary Jane, Jonathan Asbury (Rev.); Martha A.; Missouri F; Drucilla W.; . Daniel Asbury Clower.
    • Parents of Fatha COKER were Phillip Thomas D. 5-1818 & Sarah unknown

+sp-2 Azalee Inscore B.1858 mar 6/19/1906 book K, p. 435 bur. Campground Drew Co.AR

  • John Alexander never signed the Oath of Allegiance after the War Between the States.
  • John Alexander was a Postmaster in Drew Co. There was a lady from PA who received
    her newspaper through the post office. A particular day the news did not arrive, when he
    delivered the paper the next day she hautily asked, "Where were you yesterday?" he replied there
    was no newspaper arrived at the post office. She rather doubted him and implied he kept it
    to read, to which he replied "I wouldn't read your damned old yankee newspaper."
  • John Alexander was around 6'3" high cheek bones and narrow of face. He had a very good
    sense of humor and was well liked by everyone.
  • In the 1950's Margaret Abston-Robinson visited the black Mammy of the John Alexander
    Hogue's in Drew Co, AR. She was very old and with very bad eye sight. Margaret got right
    up in her face and with her hands she felt all around Margarts face, when she came upon the
    very high cheek bones, she said, "Lawsy you is Masr John's Child.
  • During the War Between the States Mary Jane was working at the Potato Hill house, as the word
    came " the yankees is a comin'". Running fast as she could down the old plank road, she grabbed some special sheets she had made-- for when John came home. As she ran passed him with her hoops just a flappin' she heard "Hide it good- Hide it good! It was the brother of John, William Cordelia who had come home on leave and was hiding to keep from being captured by the yankees. After the yankees plundered all they could, frightened and ran off the slaves, they left--every thing finally settled down, slaves returned, and everyone went back to work. Mary Jane and Wm. Cordelia came out of the slough.


    Children of Mary Jane & John Alexander were:

5. Rosana Hogue Born: July 02, 1857 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: February 21, 1892
+George Akin B. 13 Aug 1858 Died 29 Jan 1938 2 children Ida & Eula Akin
sp-2 for George Akin was Hattie Hogue
(Parents: Jim Hogue/Mary Jane Hill: children, Blanch, Roy Alice, Cecil, Fletcher, Floyd, Fred, Nelson, Arthur, Merle, Iva,
Earl, Lee & L. M. Hogue

5. James Wallace Hogue Born: August 12, 1859 in Monticello, Drew, AR Died:June 24, 1942 in Wilmar, Drew, AR, buried Green Hill Cem.
+Mollie Ann Seymore Born: February 02, 1863 in KY Died: 1947 in AR

5. John Alexander Hogue, Jr Born: March 10, 1861 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: August 26, 1861 in Monticello, Drew Co
bur. Mt Pleasant, Campground Cemetery, Drew Co., AR.

5. Margret Ann "Maggie" Hogue Born: December 11, 1863 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: January 23, 1939 in Kansas City, MO.
+Charles Ransom Abston Born: March 22, 1866 in Jefferson Co, AL Died: June 22, 1934 in Harlingen, TX,

5. Robert Wilson Hogue Born: Dec. 28, 1865 in Monticello, Drew Co AR Died: December 12, 1959 in Ozment, AR.
+ Martha Jane Clanton "Mattie" B. 27 June 1871 Pottsville, Bradley Co. D. 27 Dec 1937

5. George H. Hogue Born: 28 Jan, 1867 in Monticello, Drew, AR Died: 26 June 1902 AR.
+ Margaret "Maggie" L. Brown B. 25 Aug 1872 Lincoln Co., AR D. 27 April 1940 Warren, Bradley Co. Pennington Twp., AR

5. Minnie E Hogue Born: February 06, 1870 in Monticello, Drew Co,
+Unknown Sanders (died by 1900 ..2 children..1 dau living) 6. Vera J. Sanders B. Dec 1896

5. Thomas Monroe B. 6 Sept 1872 Monticello, Drew D. 1 Nov 1946 Desha Co., AR mar 6 July 1895 Desha Co., AR
+ Catherine Selma McIntosh B. 31 Oct 1875 McArthur, Desha, AR. D. 15 April 1952 ,Desha Co., AR.

5. Emmit V Hogue Born: October 04 (7), 1874 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: July 05, 1947 in Portland, AR
+ Sophia Measles B. 1901...D. Davis hospital Pine Bluff, AR 5 March 1929. Bur. Warren, by Fraziers FH. records in book I

5. John Evvie Hogue Born: January 20, 1877 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: April 29, 1951 in Oklahoma City, OK
+Era Lawson B. ? married on 2-16-1902 age 21.

5. Izora Missouri Hogue Born: September 23, 1879 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: Deceased
+Tom Burns - B. Died: Deceased

5. Rockie May Hogue Born: July 22, 1883 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died:July 28, 1943 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR
+UNKNOWN Nelson


5. James Wallace Hogue Born: August 12, 1859 in Monticello, Drew, AR Died:June 24, 1942 in Wilmar, Drew, AR, both bur. Green Hill Cem (pg 87).
+Mollie Ann Seymore Born: February 02, 1863 in KY Died: 1947 in AR married: December 05, 1882 in Drew Co, AR

6. Lee Hogue 14-Oct 1900-10 May 1895 Green Hill Cem Drew Co (pg.87)

6. John Joel Hogue 20 Sept 1884-14 Oct 1963 Green Hill Cem. Drew Co (p.87)
+ Linnie B. 14 Sept 1892- 16 Sept 1927

7. Reba Hogue
+ Trimble
7. Martha L. Hogue 7 Aug 1926-12 June 1927 Green Hill Cem Drew Co (pg 88)

6. Mary Corine Hogue 9-1887
+Clanton

6. Jesse Monroe Hogue Born: 4-1891

6. William Clarence Hogue Born: May 11, 1893 in Drew Co, AR Died: April 1951 in Booneville, AR
+Annie Halley Born: Abt. 1893-8 Died: 1969 m: May 17, 1914 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR

7. Virginia Devaney Hogue Born:1917
+ Raleigh Cox Born:

8. Dorethea Cox
8. Sharon Cox
8. Melinda Cox

7. Mildred Louise Hogue B. 1919
+ Hugh Elwood Crow

8. Joann Crow
+ Leonard Earl Yates
9. Jeffery Lynn Yates
9. Melissa Ann Yates
9. Jennifer Yates

. +2. Walter McGee Shollmier 1917-1989

8. Gerald Wayne Shollmier "Jerry"
+ Karen Rae Hudgens

8. Mary Ellen Shollmier

7. Harold Franklin Hogue
+ Nell Trimble

8. Barbara Nell Hogue
8. Judy Lynn Hogue

7. Martha Anne Hogue 1924-1989
+ Robert Albright

8. Robert Jr. Albright
8. Cynthia Albright

7. William Clarence Hogue (Dub)
+ ??

8. Brenda Hogue
8. Dianne Hogue
8. Bubba Hogue

7. Robert Lee Hogue
+??

8. William Robert Hogue
8. Kathern Hogue

6. Charles Van Hogue Born. 11-1897

7. Charles Van Hougue 20 Jan 1927-14 Aug 1973 Green Hill Cem.

source: Gerald Wayne Shollmier "Jerry", Benton AR & Donald Hogue, Monticello, AR


5. Margret Ann "Maggie" Hogue Born: December 11, 1863 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: January 23, 1939 in Kansas City, MO, buried Harlingen, TX
+Charles Ransom Abston Born: March 22, 1866 in Jefferson Co, AL Died: June 22, 1934 in Harlingen, TX, buried Harlingen m: December 26, 1886 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR

6. Lily May Alexander Abston Born: October 17, 1887 in Monticello, Drew, AR Died: Sept. 1982 in Kansas City, MO
+Clarence Watson Rambo m: 1-1, 1913 in Kansas City, MO

6. Bertie Elizabeth Abston Born: January 17, 1890 in Wilmar, DrewCo, AR Died: June 04, 1959 in Truxno, LA
+Allen Carlton Nale m: December 12, 1916

6. John Elijah Abston Born: August 02, 1892 in Wilmar, Drew Co , AR Died: February 09, 1966 in Fresno, CA
+Swannena Lembeck Born: June 24, 1896 in Van Buren, Crawford Co, AR Died: Aft. Nov. 04, 1966 m: August 08, 1916 in Olathe, KS

6. Howard Thomas Abston Born: November 1902 in Wilmar Drew Co, AR Died: April 23, 1966 in Kansas City, MO
+Alta Jett

6. Ollie Belle Abston Born: in Wilmar, Drew Co, AR

sourse: Margaret Abston-Robinson; she will correct my mistakes and update this line! BB


5. Robert Wilson Hogue Born: Dec. 28, 1865 in Monticello, Drew Co AR Died: December 12, 1959 in Ozment, AR. Bur Ozment Valley Cem. (Drew Co. cem book pg 319)
+ Martha Jane Clanton "Mattie" B. 27 June 1871 Pottsville, Bradley Co. D. 27 Dec 1937 mar ca 1888 dau of Wm M.Clanton

6. Willie Alexander Hogue B. 4/5/1890 D. 4/3/1891 bur. Campground cemetery Monticello, Drew Co., AR.

6. Edwin Leron Hogue (Rev) B. 1891 (Rev) Mar 11-15-1914 book P pg 72
+ Lucy Mae White
Father: Benjamin Sparks White; Mother: Frances Elizabeth White

7. Lois Lavern Hogue born 24 Jan 1916
+-1. Phinous Ethridge "Bob" Burns +2. Thomas Albert Wilson +3.Cheek


8. Linda Burns
8. Shirley Burns

7. Verla Elinor Hogue born 14 June 1918 (n.m.)
7. Donald Edwin Hogue (n.m.)

6. Lottie Vera Hogue B. 5/12/1895 D. 10/8/1898 Bur Camp Ground

6. Evee (Ovee) Eurene Hogue (moved to West Coast)
+ Louise Merritt

6. Erma Gillis Hogue
+ Lee Dawkins

6. Esca Vern Hogue B. 24 Jan 1897 D. 25 Jan 1981 mar 4 July 1915
+ Eli Barkley Knowles B. 11 may 1890 D. 17 Dec 1959
Father Wm Knowles Mother Louisa America Taylor
both bur in Ozment Valley Cem. Eli Knowles half-brother to Larry Jones ggr/mo. father of Melissa (ARD/ARB.list)

7. Sherman Gilbert Knowles
7. Vance Edwin Knowles
7. Harold Dean Knowles

6. Bethel Arra Hogue B. 26 Nov 1898 D. 23 Mar 1976
+Oscar E. Dawkins B. 2 Mar 1894 D. 27 Mar 1970
both bur. Lacey Cemetery-White.

7. Vivian Dawkins
+ Dolph Horn
Father Walter Theodore Horn Mother Martha Nevada Wood

8. Jeannie Horn
+ David Taylor Hyatt

9. Ann Hyatt
9. David Taylor Hyatt
+ Rita Suzanne Cone mar 7 Sept 1991 Crossroads Bpt Ch, Crossett AR
0. Jeanne Declare Hyatt

Jimmy Darrell Horn
+Bettye

9. Lisa Horn
9. Garold D. Horn
+ Cathy ?

10. Garold Devin Horn jr. 25 Dec 1990 Drew Co AR

6. Verda Marie Hogue B. 18 Aug. 1901 D. 10 Feb 1972
+ Charles W. Ellis "Balt" B. 3 mar 1897 D. 25 June 1969
AR.PVT USA WW1 both bur. Ozment Valley Cem.

7. Charles Robert Ellis B. 2 Sept 1924 D. 1 July 1983 : bur Ozment Valley Cem Father John Robert Ellis Mother Margaret Orella White
+Charlsie Knoblock

8. Charles Randall Ellis 8 Dec 1976

sp-2 Willene Bolin

8. Barbara Ann Ellis
+ Albert Hollis Beaty

9. Holly Beaty
9. Tony Beaty
9. Jenny Beaty

8. Sherry Lynn Ellis 23 Nov 1950
+ James Edgar O'Neil

9. Heather Lynn O'Neil
9. Erin Meaghann O'Neil
9. Maureen O'Neil
9. Shane Redmon O'Neil

7. Cellis Omega Ellis 18 July 1926
+ T. J. Stanley 13 Feb 1925

8. Larry Lavon Stanley 16 June 1945
+Peggy Culp
sp-2 Linda Lair

9. Connie Stanley
9. Wanda Stanley

8. Kenneth Stanley 2 Aug 1950
+Sheila Griffin
Father Freeman Griffin Mother Allie Ree ?

8. James Wesley Stanley 25 Oct 1954
+Karon Holland

9. Clint Stanley
9. Neal Stanley

8. Danny T. J. Stanley 17 Oct 1959
+Sherry Given

9. Mark Stanley
9. Scott Stanley

7. Sherwood Velton "Buddy" Ellis 7 May 1933
+Aileen Shelton

8. Dennis Ellis
8. Ernie Ellis

6. Erma Gillis Hogue 8 Sept b. 1906 d. 22 May 1979
+ Lee Dawkins b. 11 June 1906 d. 9 April 1976
buried Lacey Cemetery Drew co.

**Robert Wilson, Ovee, Verda, Arra, Gillis, & Esca listed in Obit. of Martha Jane clanton>AR. Gazzette page 10 col.3 Mar 5, 1929

source: Irma White>white@seark.net>>


5. George H. Hogue Born: 28 Jan, 1867 in Monticello, Drew, AR Died: 26 June 1902 Lincoln Co. AR buried unknown
+ Margaret "Maggie" L. Brown B. 25 Aug 1872 Lincoln Co., AR D. 27 April1940 Warren, Bradley Co., AR bur. Oaklawn Cem. Warren, Bradley, AR.
M: 2 Oct,1887 Monticello Drew, both living in Marion Twp by Minister of Gospel Benj. A. Ingram Drew Co..George was 20 Maggie 16

  • source for George H. Hogue death date Amy Flowers (Clower researcher)
  • Drew County, Marriage License Book K:
    page 435
    John Alexander Hogue County of Drew, State of AR, age 20 &
    Miss Mary Jane Clower County of Drew, State of AR, Sept 10,1855
    page 432
    George H. Hogue of Marion Twp County of Drew State of AR age 20 years and
    Miss Maggie L. Brown of Marion Twp County of Drew State of AR age 16.
    signed 2 Oct 1887, Ben.j A. Ingram minister of the Gospel CPC Clerk S. J. Matthews recorded 22 Oct 1887.


Children of George & Maggie L. Brown Hogue:

6. Hogue children unknown from 1888-1890

6. May Hogue B. 1890 (1900 census only listing; 10 yrs old)

6. Carrie H. (Henriytta ?) Hogue B. 23 July 1894 AR D. 13 Aug 1935, Mack Wilson Hospital, Monticello, Drew AR.
Bur. Mt PLeasant, Campground, Cemetery,Drew Co, AR.

7. Willie C. Hogue B. 9-18-1910 Bradley Co. AR D. 15 March 1994 Conroe, Montgomery Co., TX bur.Carlisle Memorial Cem, Conroe, TX
+ Mildred Virginia Gibson b. 27 Nov. 1911 Cleveland Co AR d. 15 March 1978 San Diego, CA bur. Union Cemetery, Rye, Cleveland County AR.

8. Bettye Gene Hogue B. 23 July 1931 Warren, Bradley Co., AR mar 27 June 1952 Conroe, TX
+Gene Thomas Bond B. 2 May 1929 Leggett, Polk . Co., TX

9. Rodney Gene Bond B.9 Sept 1956 Ft. Hood Texas
9. Michael Thomas Bond B. 28 April 1958 Ft. Benning, Georgia
9. David Trent Bond B. 23 Sept 1960 Ft. Lewis, Washington

+ John W. (George) Marcum B. 1897 mar. 27 March 1924 Book L pg 159

6. Charles A. Hogue B. 1898 D. 3-8-1932 Oakland Cem (Frazier) p.203
+Edna Dishough mar. 23 June 1923 book t page 459 charles 20 Edna 18
6. Ruth V. Hogue B. 1901 D. Little Rock?
6. Effie R. Hogue B. 1902 D. 1935-37 Hale South Funeral Home Pine Bluff, book L page 150
possible child; not listed in census:
6. James W. Hogue B. 1896 D. 1974 Ebenezer Cem. mar
+ May Lynn Craig B. 1893 D. 1962

sp-2 Levi CRAIG (of Maggie L. Brown Hogue) after 1902>>listed in 1910 census Bradley Co, Pennington Twp.AR

6. Craig, Clifton
6. Craig, Dovie (Mrs. H. A. Hackler, Bay City, TX)
6. Craig, Malvin Brown

sp-3 Guss Siemon (of Maggie L. Brown Hogue/Craig (after 1910 census>>listed in 1920 census Bradley Co, Pennington Twp

6. No Children


  • source: Bettye Hogue Bond


5. Minnie E Hogue Born: February 06, 1870 in Monticello, Drew Co,
+UNKNOWN Sanders (died by 1900 ..2 children..1 dau living)

6. Vera J. Sanders B. Dec 1896

 



5. Thomas Monroe B. 6 Sept 1872 Monticello, Drew D. 1 Nov 1946 Desha Co., AR mar 6 July 1895 Desha Co., AR
+ Catherine Selma McIntosh B. 31 Oct 1875 McArthur, Desha, AR. D. 15 April 1952 ,Desha Co., AR.

6. a. Irene Hogue sp Robert Marks
6. b. Lola Hogue sp Byrum
6. c. Vivian Hogue sp Sam Brown
6. d. Lucille Hogue sp J. R. Elders
6. e. Laverne Hogue sp C. H. Sanderlin
6. f. Vance B. Hogue b. 1902
+ Ida Mae Brown b. 1907

7. 1. Vance B. Hogue Jr. B. 1928
+ Betty Jean White B. 1931

8.Betty Jo Hogue B. 1946
+ Patrick Claude Taylor
8. John Thomas Hogue B. 1948
+ Margaret M. Scroggins
8. Judy Ann Hogue B. 1950
+ Bradley Kelsie Wooten
8. Virginia Ruth Hogue B. 1952

7.2. Fred Lamon Hogue B. 1930
+ Marcell Estelle Nutt
7. 3. Frances Virginia Hogue
7. 4. Betty Lou Hogue B. 1934
+ Dale Haisty
7. 5. Emma Jean Hogue B. 1935
7. 6. Mary Katherine Hogue
7. 7. Viola Delaware Hogue
7. 8. Katie Lucille Hogue B. 1940 sp Ray F. Wayson
7. 9. Olivia Ann Hogue B. 1941 sp Jerry Lynn Kirkpatrick
7. 10. David Brown Hogue B. 1944 sp Hazel L.Mauney
7. 11. James Robert Hogue B. 19454 sp Jerrie Anna Bevell
7. 12. Ida Lynn Hogue B. 1950 sp. Maxie
7. 13, Rita Jane Hogue B. 1951
7. 14. Gary Wayne Hogue B. 1952 sp Robin Gail Doss

6. g. Ray Hogue
6. h. Gipson Hogue
6. i. Dewey Thomas Hogue
6. J. Wilson B. Hogue B. 9 Oct 1904 Desha Co., AR D. 22 Dec 1994 Winchester, Drew Co., AR.
6. + Katie Pearl Brown B. 29 March 1915 McArthur, Desha, AR D. 16 May 1993 Desha Co., AR
parents: James Garfield Brown b. 26 Feb 1882 D. 25 May 1956 Tillar, Drew Co. & Viola Delaward Wilson Born 29 Jan 1873 Winchester, Drew, AR D. 2 Sept 1952 Stutgart, AR Co., AR.

7. Jack Wilson Hogue B. 26 June 1934 D. 26 June 1934
7. James Thomas Hogue B. 29 Feb 1936 mar + Janice Jones, on 19 Mr 1958
7. Ruby Joe Hogue B. 20 Dec 1937 mar 05 Jan 1955
+ Woodrow Eugene Amerson
7. Patty Louise Hogue B. 23 July 1955
+Richard Charles Gill on 19 Mar. 1960
7. Wilson Benny Hogue B 3 Jan 1942 mar
+ Theresa Ferguson 27 Feb 1971
7. Carolyn Jane Hogue B. 12 May 1944
+ Ed Barrie 10 Aug 1968
7. Martha Jean Hogue B. 2 Sept 1945
+ W.S.Nichols 5 Aug 1969
7. John Alexander Hogue B. 27 Oct 1947
+ Phyllis Derryberry 23 jan 1971
7. Peggy Hogue B. 4 June 1949...
+ Myke Boyd on 6 Nov 1970
+-2 Gary Betnar on 1996
7. William Gipson Hogue B. 30 July 1951
+Caroly Lorain Pittillo on 30 Mar 1972 B. 6 July 1952

8. Amanda Diane Hogue
+ Nall

7. David Randy Hogue B. 1 Mar 1953
7. Kathy Diane Hogue B. 30 Aug 1955
+Robert Leroy Pittillo on 6 Dec 1973 (bro of Carolyn Lorain Pittillo)
7. Kenneeth Wayne Hogue B. 10 Sept 1960
+ Cheryl Barnes 6 Jul 1985

source Amanda Diane Nall


5. Emmit V Hogue Born: October 04, 1874 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR Died: July 05, 1947 in Portland, AR
+ Sophronia "Sophia" Measels B. 15 Aug 1883 D. 5 March 1929. in the Davis hospital Pine Bluff, AR Bur. Warren, by Fraziers ..FH. records in book I, p.273; 413 .Parents: John Samuel Measels & Mary E. Gode (Goad).

children listed in Obituary:
6. Mrs Littie Hogue Butler (living Warren in 1929
6. Mrs Lucille Hogue Johns (living Warren in 1929
6. Miss Ollie Hogue (living Warren in 1929 mar. Unknown Savage
6. Harry Hogue (living Warren in 1929
6. Raleigh Hogue(living Warren in 1929



Family of John Samuel Measels Died in 1868 & Mary E. Gode (Goad) Born 8 Sept 1834 Died 30 December 1871.
1-1. John Wesely B. 2 Jan 1854 D. 11 Feb 1919
1-2. James M. B. 13 Jan 1856
1-3. Columbus W. B. 9 Oct 1858
+Mary Eta Rosilee Neilson B. 26 Jan 1861 (dau of Samuel & Sophronia
. Lindsey Neilson)
. 2-1. William Pat B. 13 Dec 1881
. + Mary Kathleen Brewer B. 15 Aug 1883
. 2-2. Mack of Santa Clara, CA. (deceased)
. 2-3. David CA
. 2-4. Max CA.
. .+ mar. Carol
. . 3-1 Joe Lee of LA (deceased)
. . 3-2. Sophronia B. 15 Aug 1883
. . mar. Emmitt(Emmett) Hogue
. . 3-4. Mary Ann B. 30 Oct 1861
. . 3-5. William F. B. 21 Oct 1864
. . -6. Alonso B. 13 Sept 1866 D. 8 Sept 1910
. . 3.-7. Mary Jane B. 3- -1871
Source: email from Measles

5. John Erra Hogue Born 20 Jan 1877 D. 29 April 1951 in OK mar
+Eva Lawson 16 Feb 1902 in OK

5. Izora Missouri Izora Hogue Born 23 Sept 1879 AR Died 1969
+ Thomas Jefferson Burns mar: in Monticello, AR. on 7-24-1899

Their children:

6. Reba Mae Burns b. 9-19-01 d.


6. Bishop Marlin Burns b. 4-27-1903 d. 11-1-192 Corsicana, Tx
6. Bernard B.("Bobbie") Burns b. 9-28-1905 d. 7-14-1936 Centerville, TX


6. Burtice Jay Burns b. 11-24-1907 (08) d. 1977 Tyler, TX


6. Crawford Vivian( " Jack " ) Burns b. 3-4-1910 d.Dallas TX

6. Thomas Aubrey Burns b. 6-1-1912 still living in Whitehouse, TX (south of Tyler)


6. Juanita Elizabeth Burns b. 4-8-1916 still living Mesquite, TX
+ Thomas


6. Frances Valera Burns b. 6-10-1914 d. 3-19-1999 Dallas, Tx (she was my mother)
+York


Source: Shane York , OK


5. Rokkie Mary Hogue Born 22 July 1883 AR Died 28 July 1943 AR
+ unknown Nelson


4-4. Nancy Jane Hogue B. 8-19-1838 TN
+ George W. Tucker


4-5. Eliza Urcilla Hogue B. 5-19-1841 TN D. 22 Aug 1929
+ M. George Hogue (2nd cousin) B. 29 Nov 2840 D. 9 June 1911

6-1. Anne Hogue B. 1866
6-2. Luther Hogue B. 1869
+ Polly Hoover
6-3. Oscar Hogue B. 1871
6-4. Claude E. Hogue B. Jan. 1873 D. 1938 bur Campground
+ Willie Tommie McGregor B. March 1878 D. 1933 bur Campground

7-1. Alma Hogue B. Feb 1898
+ A.C. Berry
7-2. Lola Marnett Hogue
+ Tom Thompson Lois Jan 1900
7-3. Charles Fletcher Hogue B. 1903
+ Edna E. Dishongh

8. James Gregory Hogue B. 1956
+ Elizabeth Bailey
8. Holly Virginia Hogue B. 1960
+ Wm Preston Barham

7-4. Credla Hogue B. 1905
+ Tommy Posey
7-5. Claude Eugene Hogue
7-6. Grace Hogue
+ Tracy Sanderlin
7-7. Elizabeth Hogue
+ D. Boone sp-2 R. Hostetler sp-3 G. Mosier
7-8. Billy Mack Hogue

6-5. Addie D. Hogue 1875 D. 9-19-1933 Fraziers book bur. Bradley Co.AR (grandparents of Becky Bannon)

6.-6. Charles Fletcher Hogue B. 4- 1876 D. ca 1936
+ Hattie Elizabeth Myhand B. 3-1878 D. ca 1925 bur Lake Village AR (parents of Becky Bannon:

7-1. Garland Evins Hogue B. 31 July 1904 d. 14 Feb 1966 bur. Little Rock AR
+ Koger Eleanor Lewis

8-1. Kathleen Joyce Hogue B. 19 Mar 1931 living Payson AZ
+ Melvin Vardai Corley Jr.

9. Melvin Vardai Corley, III; David & John Garland

8-2. John Fletcher Hogue B. 25 Jan 1935 Sands Springs, OK.
+ Marquita Jo Burns

9. children John & Debbie

8-3. Rush Farrar Hogue B. 7 Aug 1941 living Little Rock, AR
+ Joy Burns (sister to Marquita Jo)

9. Kevin, Scott & Konnie (double 1st cousins to above)

8-4. Rebecca Eleanor Hogue Bannon
+ Thomas Rousseau Patin (divorced)

9-1. Harold Joseph, Patin II b. 22 Aug 1963
+ Maureen McNeely

10. children Kathryn Taylor & Mitchell Rousseau

9-2. Kathleen Renee Patin B. 16 Sept 1966
+ David Moorefield

8-4-+-2 John William Bannon...no children (1999)

7-2. Olcey Hogue

6-7. Beulah Mattie Hogue B. 1878 D. 1966 bur. Oakland Cem.
+ David C. "Buddy" Myhand (bro of Eliz. Mayhand) B. 1872 D. 1939 Oakland CA.

Source: Becky Bannon



4-6 Clementine Matilda Hogue B. 1-19-1844 TN
+ George "Jap" Akins B.



4-7. James Monroe Hogue B. 4-24-1847 TN D. 7-15-1912 bur. Campground
+ Mary Eliza Gabbie B.9-6-1848 Fayette Co TN D. 1-16-1916 bur. Campground

1. Ada Viola Hogue B. 10-12-1869 D. 2-12-1885 bur. Campground
2. Robert E. Lee Hogue(Rev) B. 5-27-1872 D. 9-2-1910 bur.Campground
+ Anna Bell Stewart B. 7-22-1878 D. 8-5-1962 Bur Campground
. 1. Jimmy Lee Hogue B. 2-21-1901 D. 4-24-1963 bur Campground
. 2. Infant Hogue (f) B. 1902/1902 bur Campground
. 3. Garland Newton Hogue B. 3-28-1904 D. 9-1-1984 bur. Campground
. + -2 Minnie Berry B. 6-18-1911 D. 12-17-1958 bur. Campground
. 4. Matthew H. Hogue B. 1905
. .+ Eunice Ritchey B. 1903
. . William Lee Hogue B. 1935
. . Mary Ellen Hogue B. 1941
. . + Henry Harlan Barnett
. . sp-2 James T. Pitchford
. 5. Mary Evelyn Hogue B. 1907
. + Vance C. Binns M.D. B 1905
. 6. Melvin Hindman Hogue B.3-5--1909 D. 6-4-1979 bur Campground
. + Louise Jones Finnell
. 7. Lyndel Hogue B. 4-18-1910 D. 12-6-1982 bur. Campground
. + Stella Malloy Scholes B. 2-25-1913 D. bur. Campground
. . 1. Donald Hogue
. . 2. Lucy Ann Hogue
. . + Goodding
3. Florina Rina Hogue B. Sept 1875
4. Jay Bennett Hogue B. March 1878
+ Lois Owens B. March 1878 (Carolyn. Haisty's g-aunt)

Helen Gray Hogue
+Ernest Wolfe
Lorraine Wolfe
Earnestine Wolfe
Jay Bennett Hogue Jr. B. 1909
+ Dorothy Aylor
Larry Hogue
Ronnie L. Hogue
Diane Hogue


5. Ethel Elizabeth Hogue B. Oct 1880
+ Harry Johnson
6. Ester Dell Hogue B. Jan 1883
+ Harry L. Johnson
7. Margaret Matilda Hogue B. Feb 1885
8. Carrie Jewel Hogue B. Aug 1888
+ O.E. Durham B. 1880
9. Ruby Darma Hogue B. March 1890
+ Clyde Carter Sawyer B. 1893
Mary Emily Sawyer
+ Caldwell
10. Olin Jackson Hogue B. 1-31-1894 D. 12-25-1971 bur Oakland CEm.
+-1 Lillian Barnett B. 7-30-1900 D. 6-9-1942 bur. Oakland Cem.
+-2 Clara Sallie Moore
. John Hall Hogue B. 8-23-1925 D. 2-11-1949 bur. Oakland Cem.
. Charles Olin Hogue B. 1934 dentist LR (cousin of Donald Hogue)
. + Linda Lyon


source: Wm. Caldwell & Donald Hogue Monticello AR.

Margaret Abston-Robinson relates the following: During the War Between the States, when all the 9th AR INF road away from Drew County, they had two tag alongs; James Monroe and his slave companion. They became the waterboys for the 9th. The only records I can find (BB) are the pension application by his widow, Mary Eliza Hogue. The UDC approved a supplemental for
James Monroe for me in 1-2000.


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Lucritia Hogue

Lucritia Hogue, daughter of William and Nancy Hogue, was born in 1810 in York Co, SC. In 1829 she married
Samuel McDowell Watson, son of Hugh Watson and Hanna Templeton. Lucritia and her husband, along with her parents and some of their children, left SC about 1832, moving to Maury Co, TN. After seven years in TN they move on to Saline Co, AR
in 1839 and settled in the area that later became Grant County, near the present community of Prattsville. Lucretia died in 1892 and was buried in Marvin Chapel Cemetery, Grant County , AR.
children were:

1. Hugh Parks Watson B. 18 Sept, 1830 York Co., SC D. 16 July 1921
+-1. Paralee Hunter on 16 Aug 1851
+-2. Lillie Jones
+-3. Mary Ash 10 Nov 1894
Hugh was a physician, his will is recorded in Grant Co Court House in Sheridan. Bur Cane Creek Cemetery.

2. Jane C. Watson B. 1832 Maury Co, TN on 25 March 1852 married
+ James Crowson

3. Sarah E. Watson B. 4 March 1834 Maury Co TN D. 4 Feb 1913 ; bur Marvin Chapel Cem., Grant Co., AR
+-1 Benjamin Franklin Swafford on 20 Dec 1849
+-2. Marion Mose Miller about 1864

4. William McDowell Watson B. about 1836 Maury Co, TN married 2 Sept 1868
+Louisa Russell

5. Nancy Watson born about 1838 TN married on 16 March 1855
+ Daniel T. Green

6. Ezekiel Newton Watson B. 15 Nov 1839 Saline Co, AR D. 15 March 1921 bur Oakland Cem Little Rock
+-1. Dora Crowson
+-2. Mrs. Lucy D. Hogue
Ezekiel was a Methodist Minister and the father of W. Caldwell Watson, also a Methodist Minister.

7. John W. Watson B. about 1842

8. Margaret M. Watson B. 19 Feb 1844 Saline Co, AR
+ Charles Sample

9. Harvey Hiram Watson B. 4 July 1849 Saline Co, AR D. 30 Jan 1920 bur Oakland Cem, Little Rock
+-1. Jane Hearn
+-2. Leslie York
+-3. Nora White
Harvey Hiram was a Methodist Minister

10. Mary Elizabeth Watson B. about 1852 Saline Co, AR D. 1916
+-1. Lorenzo Yates
+-2. Wesley G. Miller

11. Thomas Watson B. about 1854 Saline Co, AR

12. Martha M. Watson B. 26 July 1856 Saline Co
` + James Ample

Proofs:
James A. Anderson, Centennial History of AR Methodism
Saline Co AR Marriage Records: Book B- p.24 & 169; Book C- p.159; Book B- page 36


Hiram Hogue


Hiram Hogue, son of William and Nancy Hogue, was born about 1816 in York County, SC. About 1832 he moved with his parents to Maury Co, TN. There he married Elizabeth Billington in 1836. He and his family left TN about 1845 and went
to Saline Co, AR, where other family members had gone earlier. According to census and other records they had the following children.
1. James W. Hogue-born 1839 TN; married Sarah Lucretia Caple 27 Feb 1859; was a soldier in the CSA in Co D,
Hawthorn's Regt AR Vol Inf from early 1862 till 16 Oct 1862, when he died (said to have drowned in the MS River.)
Two Sons:
1.1. Willis Randolph Hogue-born 1860 in Saline Co; died 1943 and buried in Bryant Cem., Saline Co., AR
1.2. James Harvey Hiram Hogue-born 7 Dec 1862 in Saline Co; married Lucinda Dorinda Mashburn
on 16 Oct 1899; died 14 May 1899 and buried in McPherson Cem. All children born in Saline Co., AR
.4 children:
.2.1. William Yancy Hogue born 21 Feb 1889 died 19 Oct 1918 in France WW1 mar 3 July 1918
+ Eva Lee Ives
2.2. Hattie Jewell Hogue born 30 Sept 1890 married on 11 Sept 1910
+Ezekiel A. Garner
.2.3. Thomas Randolph Hogue born 2 July 1893 died 3 Oct 1967 buried McPherson Cem. married
+Willie Pearl Williams on 15 June 1924.
2.4. Arlie Edgar Hogue born 27 Aug 1895 maried on 7 Dec 1919
+ Mattie Jane Williams.
2.5. Bertha May Hogue born 1 Aug 1897 mar on 2 Jan 1916
+Thomas Harvey Brisby

2. Ezekiel Hogue born about 1840 TN
3. John Hogue born about 1842 in TN
4. Sarah Matilda Hogue born about 1844 TN
5. Samuel M. Hogue born about 1848 in Saline Co, AR
. + Nancy Shepard
6. Mary Jane Hogue born about 1850 Saline Co, AR
. +M. E. Shepherd
7. Nancy Adaline Hogue born about 1852 Saline Co, AR
8. Thomas Newton Hogue born about 1854 Saline Co AR
. +Sarah Jane Elrod on 22 Oct 1877
9. Margaret L. Hogue born about 1858 Saline Co, AR
10. Eliza A. Hogue born about 1865 Saline Co, AR


Proof:

Saline Co Marriages book B -p. 86
AR History Commission, Little Rock, AR
Saline Co, AR Marriage Records book F- p. 266
Saline Co, AR Marriage book C-p. 166 and book D-page 186
BUZBEE-CAPLE Genealogy - June 1979 by Harrell F. Miller
Steven Edwin Perdue book about Hogue's (copyright 1989: AR History Commission, LR, AR)
AR Gen.Family History 81-88--consolidated index under Surname Hogue
Vol.26-27 page 178 year 1988 article on Hiram Hogue from Belfast, Grant Co., AR


 


CLOWER/HOGUE DIRECT LINEAGE

Gen. 1.
George Clower B.ca 1725-1740 Saxony, Germany
+ Elizabeth Morgan B.ca 1725-1740 possibly Whales

Proof: no documentation: Family knowledge: parents of ; Daniel Clower, b. 18 Jul 1762 PA; Wm Clower b. ca 1760 PA; Catherine Clower b. 4 June 1775 Orange Co, NC & Thomas Clower b. 31 Mar 1780 Orange Co NC

Gen. 2.
Jonathan Clower B.12-3-1763 Berks Co., PA D.9-18-1836 Shelby, AL
+ Mary Shuler B.10-10-1774 Dauphin Co., PA D.9-3-1853 Drew Co, bur. Campground Cemetery, Drew Co AR as Mary Clower (consort of Jonathan Clower)
m: October 25, 1791 in Middletown, Paxton Twp, Dauphin Co, PA

Proof: Family Bible; Rev. War Pension papers # W22802; Clower Family Documentation; Drew County Cemetery book (second edition page 171)

Gen. 3.
James Lawrence Samuel Butts Clower, Rev. Born: 24 August1813 in Jasper Co, GA Died: 05 April 1891 in Drew Co, AR , bur.Campground CG (masonic stone)
+ Fatha Anne Coker Born: 14 October 1818 in AL Died: 23 November 1884 in Drew Co., AR Bur. Mt. Pleasant Campground, Drew Co,AR as consort of Rev. J.L.Clower.
m:February 09,1835 in Shelby Co, AL

Proof: Clower Family Bible; Clower researchers; Drew Cemetery Cemetery Book Records(second edition page 171)

Gen. 4 .
Mary Jane Clower Born: 09 October 1837 AL Died: 19 August 1904 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR,
+John Alexander Hogue Born: 08 December 1835 in Fayette Co,NC Died: 09 February 1931 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR,
m: 09 September 1855 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR. Both are buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Cem, Drew Co

Proof: Family Bible; CSA Pension Records; Wm. Caldwell & Gerald Shollmier Hogue Family documentation
Marriage license Drew Co. Ct House. 1880 AR Census;
Headstone pictures at Campground Cem., Drew Co. Cemetery Book (second edition page 175) Pvt 9th AR CSA headstone for John Alexander Hogue.

Gen.5.
George H. Hogue B.January 28, 1867 in Monticello, Drew,AR D. June 26, 1902 Lincoln Co. AR
+ Margaret "Maggie" L. Brown B. 25 August 1872 Lone Pine Twp, Lincoln Co, AR D. 4-27-1940 Pennington Twp. Bradley Co., AR buried Oakland Cemetery Warren, Bradley Co,AR
mar. October 2, 1887 Monticello, Drew, AR both living in Marion Twp at the time of marriage.

Proof: Clower & Hogue Family History; Gerald Wayne Shollmier
Amy Flowers - Clower researcher.
Marriage license Drew Co. Ct House; Obituary Carrie Hogue (1935)

Gen. 6.
Carrie H. Hogue B. 23 July 1894 AR D. 13 August 1935 Mack Wilson Hospital Monticello, Drew, AR. listed as Mrs Carrie Hogue Marcum

Proof: AR. Cemsus 1910-1920; Marriage of Carrie Hogue; SS applic of Willie C. Hogue;
Death cert. & Obit. of Carrie Hogue Marcum; Obit for Maggie L. Brown/Craig/Simon. Headstone pictures at Campground Cemetery Drew Co.,AR

Gen. 7.
Willie C. Hogue B. 18 Aug 1910 Bradley co., AR D. 15 March 1994 Conroe, Montgomery Co., TX
***Direct lineage of Mother Carrie H. Hogue**

Proof: AR Census 1910-1920; Obituary of Mother 1935; obituary of Grandmother Maggie L. Brown; Hogue 1940 ;
Death Certificate of Willie C. Hogue, 1940 Bradley Co. Eagle Democrat; picture of headstone Conroe, TX


CLOWER LINEAGE

George Clower B. ca 1725-40 Saxony Germany
+ Elizabeth Morgan B. ca1725-40 possibly Whales

Elizabeth Morgan, sister of Gen. Daniel Morgan, Rev. Soldier of Virginia Vol.III page 55 Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in GA. (1969)

  • No Documented proof they were the parents of Jonathan except the publication " Revolutionary Soldiers In Georgia Vol. III (1969) page 55 :
    It is known that they existed and that they were parents of Catherine, Daniel, William, Thomas, all in Orange Co., NC.
  • CLOWER CHILDREN:

    William B. ca 1760 ?Chester Co, PA D. 6 Sept 1832 Jefferson Co MS
    Daniel B. 18 July 1762 ? Berks Co., PA D. 30 Sept 1847 Bethesda, Gwinnett Co GA. DAR marking on grave
    George B. after 1773 & before 1779 ?PA listed as Rev. Soldier
    Thomas B. 31 Mar 1780 Orange Co., NC D 6 Oct 1855 AL
    Jonathan B. 3 Dec. 1763 D. 1836 AL listed as Rev. Soldier Orange Co. NC.
    Catherine B. 4 June 1775 Hillsborough, Orange Co., NC D. after 1858 mar 19 Sept 1793
    Jacob B. 1776 Orange Co., NC Died atter 1850 ? Talladega Co AL

    Proof: Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in GA page 55: George (brother of Daniel); moved from PA to Jasper Co., GA then to Wilkerson Co., GA He was a Rev. Soldier. Also Jonathan Clower ( brother of Daniel) enlisted as a Rev. Soldier Orange Co., NC Moved to Jasper Co., GA: d. Bibb Co., AL married Berks Co., PA to Mary Sular (Shuler).
    AL NSDAR located CAVANESS Gardens Cemetery in Shelby Co., AL (Chilton Co now) finding the grave of Jonathan Clower.


    2.. Jonathan Clower Born: December 03, 1763 in Bucks Co, PA Died: September 18, 1836 in Shelby Co (later . . Chilton Co) AL, buried Caviness Gardens
    +Mary Shuler Born: October 10, 1774 in Dauphin Co., PA; some sources state Hanover, Germany
    m: October 25, 1791 in Middletown, Paxton Twp, Dauphin Co, PA in the house of John Torte by Johnathan McCluer Esq. of Dauphin Co., PA. Died: September 03, 1853 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR, buried Mt Pleasant, Campground(Methodist) Cem.

3. Elizabeth Clower Born: July 16, 1792 in Lancaster, PA Died: Aft. November 08, 1844Shelby AL
+Forrest Green - Born: possibly VA Died: ? m: January 16, 1812 in Jasper County, Georgia

3. Catherine Clower Born: November 27, 1794 in GA D.1821-18 (1826) Bibb Co, AL
+William Speer m: June 09, 1816 in Jasper Co, Georgia
+James Huckabee *2nd Husband of [4] Catherine Clower: m: 1817-1820

3. Miriam Clower Born: March 23, 1797 in Georgia Died:?
+Littlejohn Rhymes m: December 17, 1816 in Jasper Co, GA

3. Mary Clower Born: March 04, 1799 in GA Died: Abt. 1850 in Fayetteville, Talladega Co, AL . .
+Edward Henry B. Died: Deceased

3. Rebecca Clower Born: May 07, 1801 in GA Died: August 05, 1874 in Drew Co, . AR - buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Meth. Ch. Cem., Drew Co.
+Kilby Bassett Born: August 18, 1798 in GA Died: May 14, 1863 in Drew Co, AR . -mar. 5 . . Feb 1821 Tallapoosa, Bibb Co., AL book A/B pg 21 Agrippa . . . Atkinson, JP officiated - buried Mt. . Pleasant, Campground

4. Samantha B. 4 May 1824 Mar. Jesse White 15 May 1841 Talapoosa, Al
4. Miriam B. 26 Apr. 1826 m. Joseph B. Robinson on 14 June 1847 . AL
4. Sarah B. 26 Aug 1828 m. James Thomas Harris on 2 Dec 1846 . AL
4. Elizabeth M. "Betsy B. 3 Jan 1831 m. 1-John J. Bishop 6 Jan . 1853 Al m-2 Thomas M. Gibson (son of Zachariah & Maachah Gibson)
4. Jonathan Richard B. 21 Jun 1833 m-1 Jane House 12 Oct 1855 Al . m-2 Ann House after 1899
4. Nancy B. born 8 Oct 1835 m. Benjamin F. Clegg 7 Jun 1860 . Drew Co
4. James C. B. 24 Mar 1838 m. Bridget Anne Clegg before 1 Aug . 1870
4. Mary Amarett B. 7 Jun 1841 m. Wm Wesley Winningham 1 Apr . 1858 Drew Co, AR
4. Rebecca Mozell B. ca 1844 m. Alexander Coker
. . . 5-1. Will Coker
******all children moved to Drew Co. each lived to be old. Grandma Sarah Harris 79 yrs. covered in the Hilliard Journal. (travels from Ffld.Co SC to AR)

? 3. Jane H. 1802/ mar. Witherspoon

3. Nancy Clower Born: March 07, 1803 in Jasper Co, GA Died: Abt. 1860 in Prairie Lee, Caldwell Co, TX
+Asa Wright
+2nd Husband of [19] Nancy Clower:
Jarrett/Jerard Myers m: December 18, 1820 in Maplesville, Bibb Co, AL

3. Delilah Clower Born: April 26, 1805 in Jasper Co, GA Died: 1877 in Hubbard City, Hill Co, TX
. +Allen David Wood 1795 - 1873 Born: March 20, 1795 in GA Died: March 09, 1873 in Blue Springs, . . .Coosa

3. Lurana Bush Clower Born: May 10, 1807 in Jasper Co, GA Died: September 22, 1888 in Montongo, . . . Drew Co, AR - buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Meth. Ch. Cem, Drew C
. +Andrew Cavaness Born: December 21, 1800 in NC Died: October 31, 1864 in Montongo, Drew Co, , . . AR - buried Mt Pleasant, Campground.
Andrew Cavaness family allowed her father to be buried on their land

3. Malinda Clower Born: July 16,1809 in Jasper Co, GA Died:1810 in Jasper Co, GA

3 Jonathan Shuler Clower Born: July 10, 1811 in Jasper Co, Georgia Died: September 16, 1855 in Bastrop, . . . Morehouse Par, LA
. +Mahaley Elliott Born: December 25, 1817 in Shelby Co, Alabama Died: May 07, 1875 in Bryan

3. James Lawrence Samuel Butts Clower, Rev. Born: August 24, 1813 in Jasper Co, GA Died: . . . April 05, 1891 Drew Co, AR
. +Fatha Anne Coker Born: October 14, 1818 in Bibb Co., AL Died: November 23, 1884, Drew Co, . . . AR m: February 09, 1835 in Shelby Co, AL both bur. in Mt. Pleasant, Campground, Drew Co., AR

Parents of Fatha Anne Coker: Phillip Thomas Coker died May 1818 & Sarah unknown.
James L. S. B. C & Fatha Anne Coker Clower Children:
Mary Jane Clower B. 10-9-1831 D. 4-18-1904 one of 7 children, was the 2nd oldest: Hattie, . .Jonathan Asbury (Rev.) B. 1839 D. 1891 mar S.E. (bur Campground), Martha A. , Missouri F, Drucilla W., & Daniel Asbury(covered later in this outline)

4. Mary Jane Clower Born: October 09, 1837 Died: August 19, 1904 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR, buried Mt. Pleasant Campground Cem, Drew Co.AR.
. . +John Alexander Hogue Born: December 08, 1835 in Fayette Co, TN
. . Died:February 09, 1931 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR,buried Mt. Pleasant Campground .Cem,Drew Co
m: September 09, 1855 in Monticello, Drew Co, AR

. ***see Hogue lineage for Hogue children of Mary Jane & John Alexander Hogue***

Gerald W. Shollmier says Mary Jane was the granddaughter of Daniel Boone's aunt.

3. Daniel Morgan Clower Born: January 21, 1817 in Jasper Co, Georgia Died: 1891 in Pecan . Gap, TX, buried Waller Cem. in Ben Franklin, Delta Co, TX
+Amanda M Prentiss Born: 1818-1819 in (probably)AL Died: Abt1893 in Pecan Gap, TX . m: May 04, 1837 in Shelby

2. Catherine Clower Born: June 04, 1775 in Hillsborough, Orange Co,North Carolina Died: Aft. 1858 in probably AL
(possibly Gasdsen Co)
+James Turrentine Born: January 09, 1770 in Orange Co, North Carolina Died:September 07, 1831 in Pike Co, Georgia
m: September 1793 NC

2. Thomas Clower Born: March 31, 1770 in Orange Co, NC Died: 1855


CLOWER RESEARCHERS THEORY FOR DOCUMENTATION OF JONATHAN CLOWER:

l. Jonathan was born 3 Dec 1763 Berks Co PA. (proof)Jonathan Clower Family Bible

2. Rev. Pension papers W22802 microfilm page # 0371 (NARWF) application executed Aug 14, 1832 while living in Bibb Co. AL

3. Enlisted in Rev War 25 May 1781 Hillsborough, Orange Co., NC
served in Cpt. Dunahoe's Company; Col. Dixon's 4th NC Regt. soon transferred to Col. Henry Lee's Regt. in battles of Eutaw Springs & Dorchester. He served one year and was discharged at Charleston, SC. by Col. Lee 5-26-1782

4. Daniel enlisted same time & place(microfilm: pension claim; S.37665 enlisted 2-1780 from Orange Co. NC. served 1 yr. Cpt John Mills' Co, Col Archibald Lytle & Henry Dixon's NC Reg. in battles of Lindley's Mills & Wilcox Iron Works; Siege of Charleston

(records do not give relationship between Daniel & Jonathan)

5. Moved to GA ca 1801, same time as Daniel, Thomas & William Clower

6. Moved to AL as did Catherine (sister)

7. Marriage to Mary Shuler...Paxton Township, Dauphin Co., PA Bible proof

8. Pension certificate of Mary Clower #5649 issued 5-6-1851; executed 11-8-1844; commenced 4-4-1848; transferred in 1851 to the Little Rock Agency.

9. Children listed in microfilmed records.

10.. Jonathan died Burial in Cavaness Gardens in Shelby Co,AL(Chilton Co) allowed in family cemetery by daughters' inlaws the CARANESS family.

11. Cavaness grave yard recognized by DAR


WAR DEPARTMENT
REVOLUTIONARY CLAIM FOR JONATHAN CLOWER

I certify that in conformity with the law of the United States of the 7th June 1832 JONATHAN CLOWER from the State of Alabama who was a PRIVATE during the REVOLUTIONARY WAR was entitled to receive forty dollars and --cents per annum, during his natural life, commencing on the 4th of March 1831 and payable annually on the 4 th of March and the 4th of September every year.

Given at the War Office of the United States

this 10th day of July one thousand eight hundred and thirty four.

Sec. of War (signed)

SEAL

signed & countersigned:
Geo: McCrump chfc
for & in behalf of the
commissioner of Pensions
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

26.479

ALABAMA
JONATHAN CLOWER
BIBB CO
in the state of AL
who was a Pvt in the Company commanded
Col. Dillan in the AL ??Cavalry??
for ---? inscribed on the roll of AL
at the rate of 40 dollars...cents per annum
to commence on the 4th day of March 1831.
certificate of Pension issued the 10th day of July
Monticello

Revolutionary Claim Act June 7, 1832
recorded by clerk-------
Book
C Vol 8 Page 44
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Jonathan Clower V-17593.....ANSWER TO QUESTIONS:

I am a Blacksmith by trade, but from old age and infirmity, I am unable to work at my trade. My family that resides with me consists of a wife about 59 years..??..and unable to contribute much to her own support. I have living with me at this time three children. Jonathan (Shuler) Clower in his twenty first year and about to leave my house. James L. (Lawrence Samuel Butts) Clower in his ninteenth year, he is able to make his own support; also Daniel M.(Morgan) Clower fourteen years old, he is able to support himself.

Schedule of the property of Jonathan Clower: 1 small house ($40.00) 4 head of cattle ($16.00) 15 head of hogs ($30.00) 1 set blacksmith tools ($30.00) total $116.00

sworn to & subscribed
before me in open
court this 20th day of October 1831...David Lipscomb clerk

QUESTIONS:
1. Where and in what year were you born?

I was born in Berks County in Pennsylvania in the year seventeen hundred and sixty three.

2. Have you any record of your birth and if so where is it?

I have the record at home written in my Bible.

3. Where were you living when you were called in to the service; were you drafter or did you volunteer or did you substitute;and if a substitute for whom?

I was living in Orange County, North Carolina when I entered the service. I was drafted

4. Where have you lived since the Revolutionary war and where do you live now?

Immediately after the war I went to Pennsylvania and lived there from '84 to '92. From there I went to North Carolina from which State I removed to the State of Georgia and from there to the County of Bibb Alabama, where I now reside.

5. State the names of some of the regular Officers who were with the troops where you served. Such continintal and ....Regiments as you can recall and the General circumstances of your service.

Col. Washington was with us at the Eutaw Springs and taken prisoner, Genl. Green commanded at the above place .....was also in the same engagement. Col. Lee commanded on the right side Col. Washington on the left. I was too much engaged to be able at this distant time to give a minute account of the position occupied by the several officers engaged in this fight (applicant will only add that he well recollects that the battle at the Eutaw Springs commenced about sun rise on the ..day of September 1781 on Saturday. He says he has seen the day stated in some of the American Biographys to have been the ..and he knows the books to be incorrect.

6. Did you receive a discharge from the service and if so by whom, was it given to you and what has become of it.

I did receive a discharge signed by COL. H. Lee; the discharge has been either burned or lost (and applicant does not know which.)

6. State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present; and who can testify to your character for ...and which of your services as a soldier of the Revolution.:

I am known to many persons in Drew County. I will however name such of my neighbors as I see in the court yard. Call John Henry Esq.; John Wallace Esq.; N.Coker Esq. and indeed the whole of the courtyard.

Interegator:
to be answered by all the above.

..are you acquainted with the character of Jonathan Clower for truth and ...is he entitled to the fullest credit when . is he reputed by his neighbors to have been a soldier of the Revolution and have you ever heard the fact disputed?

We are acquainted with Jonathan Clower's general characted for truth and .. & believe him entitled to the fullest credit, we known that he is trusted & reputed by his neighbors to be a soldier of the Revolution and never heard it disputed.

. signed L. Wallace & ...

also:

John Henry says that he is acquainted with Jonathan Clower's general character & thinks him entittled to the fullest credit ...of his service in the Revolution

. signed John Henry



OBITUARIES

EAGLE DEMOCRAT NEWSPAPER
BRADLEY COUNTY, ARKANSAS
CARRIE HOGUE MARCUM

13 AUGUST 1935

Harmony--Mrs. Carrie Marcum, aged 41, died August 13, 1935 at the Mack Wilson hospital in Monticello after an illness of two months.

Mrs Marcum was born 23 July 1894, the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George H. Hogue of Warren, AR. She lived the greater part of her life at Warren.

She is survived by her Mother, Mrs. Guss Siemon;
her son, Willie C. Hogue of Conroe, Texas;
a half-brother, Brown Craig of Warren; and a half-sister, Mrs. H.A. Hackler of Bay City, Texas.

Proof:
Obituary from Eagle Democrat Sept. 5, 1935 Warren Library (26 Oct 1998)
Married 27 March 1924 to John W. Marcum (27) Bradley County Book L. pg 159
Divorced: before 13 Aug 1935....
Stevenson-Dearmon Funeral Records, Monticello, Drew Co., AR:

Carrie H. Hogue Marcum died 13 Aug 1935. Carrie Hogue Marcum was buried at Campground Cemetery (Mt. Pleasant), Drew County, AR on 15 August 1935 at 2:30 Pm. She was divorced from John W. (George) Marcum. Funeral was ordered by son, Willie C. Hogue, charged to San Jacinto Chevrolet Inc., Conroe, TX (place of employment of Willie C. Hogue.)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Carrie Hogue Marcum was the :

Mother of: Willie C. Hogue: buried Memorial Gardens Conroe, Montgomery, TX
Grandmother of: Bettye Hogue Bond B. 23 July 1931 Bradley Co., AR (Carrie 37 yrs)
Daughter of: George H. Hogue & Maggie L. Brown Hogue
Granddaughter of: John Alexander & Mary Jane Clower Hogue buried Campground Cemetery, Drew Co AR.
GGranddaughter of : Bennett Hogue & Matilda Gabbie Hogue buried Campground Cemetery , Drew Co AR.


EAGLE DEMOCRAT NEWSPAPER
BRADLEY COUNTY, ARKANSAS
MARGARET L. BROWN HOGUE/CRAIG/SIEMON

25 August 1940

Mrs. Gus Siemon, 67, died at her home at 11:10 Saturday night. Mrs Siemon was born in Lincoln
County August 25, 1872. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Warren.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. A. Hockler (Dot) of Corpus Christi and Mrs. G. B. Phillips (Ruth) of Little Rock; a son, Clifton Craig of Lake Village; two sisters, Mrs M.C. Tiner of Texas and Mrs. Jim Shefner of Star City. Seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. H. Jewel Murry and Dr. Bruce C. Boney.
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at Frazer Funeral Home chapel. Interment was in Oakland cemetery.

Paul bearers were Alex Croswell, Ernest Hankins, Laurence Hurley, John Will Gibson, Clint Harris and Berry Mann.

Margaret "Maggie" L. Brown/Hogue/Craig/Siemon was:
Mother of: Carrie H. Hogue Marcum
Grandmother of:Willie C. Hogue
Daughter of: Jacob Brown
Granddaughter of: Susan Brown

 

Eagle Democrat Thursday May 2, 1940; Bradley County, AR
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Hogue and daughter, Bettie Gene of Conroe, Texas, attended the funeral of his
Grandmother, Mrs. Gus Siemon and were the house guest of Mr. & Mrs Carl Gibson,
Mr. & Mrs John Will Gibson, & Mr. & Mrs Rollie Halligan.


METCALF FUNERAL HOME
CONROE, MONTGOMERY, TX
WILLIE C. HOGUE

Graveside services for Willie C. "Bill" Hogue, age 83, of Willis was held at 2:00 P.M.
Monday, February 7, 1994 at Conroe Memorial Cemetery with Rev. R.N.Davis o
Conroe Church of God officiating and Metcalf Funeral Directors in charge of the
arrangements.

Mr. Hogue was born August 18, 1910 in Warren, Arkansas the son of Carrie H. Hogue.
Mr. Hogue passed away Februeary 4, 1994 in Conroe, Texas. Mr. Hogue was retired
from Brown & Root, he worked many years for Superior Oil Company and as a
foreman in the garage of San Jacinto Chevrolet Motors in Conroe, TX. He was married
in 1930 to Mildred Virginia Gibson in Monticello, AR.

He is survived by:
Wife Mildred Hogue of Willis, TX (second wife)
Daughter & Son-in-law Bettye & Gene Bond of Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Step-Daughter & son-in-law Mena & Ron Francois of Conroe, Texas

Grandsons Rodney G. Bond of Corinth, MS
Michael T. Bond of Carlisle, PA
David T. Bond of Sanford, NC
Greatgrandchildren Melissa, Andrea, Rachel, Trent, Hunter & Grant Bond

Step-grandchildren Randy Pond of Conroe, TX
Crystal Pond of Conroe, TX
Rayni, Misty, & Stormy Francois of Conroe, TX

Headstone was placed in Conroe Memorial Cemetery by daughter Bettye Hogue Bond
in 1997 on Lot 42 Space 1 Section 1:
Headstone reads:
Willie C. Hogue
born Aug 18, 1910 . died Feb 4, 1994
Daughter Bettye Hogue Bond.

According to Rev. R.N.Davis, Bill Hogue was in the nursing home in Willis, TX for quite
a while. He had diabetes and lost both of his legs. He said he didn't live long after the
removal of them. He also said talking to him was difficult, his mind would come and go and
was not very coherent. He prayed with Bill and felt he was saved, he said Bill prayed with him
but that he cried a lot. He never could relate why he was crying. He never remembered that he
had any children or grandchildren.


CARRIE H. HOGUE MARCUM
DEATH CERTIFICATE
STATE OF ARKANSAS..
certified copy Dec 11, 1998:

Registration District 3308 Certificate # 0612254

1. Place: Monticello, Drew County, Marion Twp, Arkansas
2. full name: Carrie Hogue Marcum
residence not filled out.
3. Female 4. White 5. Divorced 5a. Name of husband: John W. Marcum
6. Date of birth: July 23, 1894
7. Age: 41 years 0 months 20 days
8-11. Occupation: House Wife
12. Birthplace: AR
13. Name of Father: George Hogue 14. Birthplace of Father: AR
15. Maiden Name of Mother: Maggie L. Brown 16. Birthplace of Mother: AR
17. Informant: Mrs M. L. Siemon (Maggie L. Brown Hogue/Craig/Siemon)
Address: Warren Ark Box 104
18. Burial Place: Camp Ground (Mt. Pleasant Cem) Date: Aug. 15, 1935
19. Undertaker: E. L. Stephenson (Stephenson/Dearman)
Monticello, Marion Twp, Drew Co., AR.
20. Filed Sept. 5, 1935 Registrar Myrtle Easterling

Medical Certificate of Death
21. date of death: Aug 13, 1935
22. I hereby certify that I attended deceased from: 8/9/35-8/13/35
I last saw her on 8-13-35
death occured at 8/13/35 at 8:30 PM
The Principal cause of death: Hypertensive Heart Disease
other cause of importance:Nephritis Chr. /3/
operation: None
was there an autopsy: NO
23. death due to extrenal causes: NO signed: J. S. Wilson M.D. Monticello AR.


Montgomery County, TX Certificate of Death # 23791

Name: Willie C. Hogue . Male Date of Death: Feb 4, 1994
race: Caucasian education: 9th grade . occupation: Millwright/Mechanic
married: Mildred Hogue Mill Street Willis, Montgomery, TX 77378
Father's name: Unknown
Mother's name: Carrie H. Hogue
Place of Death: Montgomery Co Medical Center Hospital time of death 7:40 AM
informant: Mildred Hogue box 1554 Willie Tx 77378

Method of Disposition: burial Conroe Memorial Cem Conroe, TX on 2/7/1994 by Metcalf Funeral
Directors 1401 N. Frazier Conroe, TX 77301; signed by Tim Weems #10725
Physician B.E.Powell MD 2-7-1994 401 East Davis, Conroe, TX
Cause of Death: Pneumonia ( about as week) & Alzheimers Disease (years)
filed# 01-126 signed Roy Harris seal 007846


Social Security Card for:

Willie C. Hogue
ACCT #: SSN 465-01-7340 ETC:L RFN: 66272191314
DOB: 08/18/1910 PLB: Warren AR sex: M ETB 1 CSP:A
INTERNAL: CLD:05/12/1975 DOA: Huntsville TX CYD: 05/12/1975
ACCT:SSN: 465-01-7340 ETC: 2 RFN: 83172011663 DOC: A74 IDN:P
PARENT: MNA: Carrie Hogue FNA: Charlie Hogue (why??__this is not true)
INTERNAL: FMC: 1 CYD: 06/23/1983
Death Residence Localities: 77378 Willis, Montgomery, TX

NUMI: DTE: 12-15-1998
SC: UNIT: CR2 PG:001+

APPLICATION: age: 26 filed 4-15-1937 working for San Jacinto Motors Box 431 Conroe, TX
employee's address Box 743 Conroe, TX signed W.C.Hogue
previous application applied for Dec 5, 1936 Conroe, TX


Arkansas Department of Health: October 28, 1998:
Bettye Hogue Bond 226 Avon Dr. Carlisle Pa 17013-4209

RE: Willie C. Hogue DOB. 8-18-1910 Bradley Co, AR

We have searched our records for the birth certificate of the person named above. There is no
record of the birth in our files. We checked all possible names and spellings. You may present
this letter to the agency that requested proof of birth. You may not record a delayed certificate
if the person is deceased.
Division of Vital Records # 199906143


census

1850 census Drew County Dwelling # 235 Bartholomew Twp

Benjamin Hogue 46 m farmer NC
Matilda 41 f SC
Mary 19 f SC
William 17 m TN
John 14 m TN
Jane 12 f TN
Eliza 9 f TN
Clementine 7 f TN
James 4 m TN

1850 census NC M432 roll A #624
BROWN, William age 62 farmer born Catawba co NC
, Elizabeth age 63 wife
, Margaret age 21 dau
,Hanah(?) age 20 dau.
next door:
BROWN, Elizabeth age 38
,Anne age 11
, Christopher age 9
, Ellie P. (?) age 7
, William age 5
, Joseph A. age 2
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1870 Census: Lincoln Co Smith Twp line 31:
BROWN,
Ephriam 60 farmer
,Susan age 50 keeping house
, Abnir age 28 farm labor
,Alexander age 21 farm labor
, Henryetta age 17 in school

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1880 Census: Marion Twsp page 53 line #463 all in red had whooping cough

John A Hogue 47 farmer B.TN FA.NC MO.SC
+ Mary Jane Clower 43 keeping house B.AL. FA.GA MO. AL

Rosa Hogue (22) single
James Wallace Hogue (21)
John Alexander Hogue jr .died infant
Maggie A. Hogue (17)
Robert Wilson Hogue (14)
George H. Hogue (13)
Minnie E. Hogue (11)
Thomas M. Hogue (9)
Emmett V. Hogue (7)
John Evvie Hogue (4)
Izora Hogue (9mo)

1880 Marion Twsp page 37

M. George Hogue 39 mar Eliza U. Hogue 38 TN dau.of Bennett & Matilda Gabbie Hogue
(2nd cousin M.George)
Anna 14 Claudie 7
Luther 11 Addie 5
Oscar 9 Fletcher 3

1880 page 5 line 20 # 3 Pennington twnshp Warren population 302
SIMON, G. .J. 32 farmer S.C. (born 1848)
Mary 33 AL.
John H. 4 AL
Thom.S 3
David F. 9/12
Kight/Right Nancy 15 stepdau (?Wright?)
Clayton . . 19 stepson

Brown, Sallie . 78 M-in-L S.C

1880 AR Lincoln Co., Spring Twp
Brown, A. C. age 33 farmer born GA
, Jane wife age 20
, Georgia dau age 1
,Minnie B. dau age 3/12

1880 AR Lincoln Co., Lone Pine Twp line 25
Brown, Jacob Alexander age 31
, Margaret age 8 dau.
, Lydia age 6 dau.
, Susan age 72 Mother keeping house
Dorough, Henry black age 21 farm laborer

Amelia Morgan wife, mar 2 Jan 1872 was not listed

Brown, John Decatur age 32 farmer (brother of Jacob Alexander)
, Rebecca age 33 wife ( Sarah Rebecca Wilks)
, Mattie age 10 dau--student
, Fanny age 8 dau.
, Permelia age 6 dau
Catherine age 4 dau

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1900 T623 roll 58 Drew Co:

Hogue, John A. born Dec 1835 TN age 64 Mar 44 yrs Fa.SC Mo. SC
,Mary J. born Oct. 1837 AL age 62 mar.44 yrs Fa. GA Mo.AL
12 children l0 living

Izorra M. B. Sept 1880 age 19
Rokie M. July 1884 age 16
Minnie E.Sanders (dau) B. Feb 1870 age 30 widow 2 children 1 living
Vera J. Sanders B. Dec 1896 granddaughter

Line 37 Lincoln Co, Smith Twp:
Hogue, George age 35 born AR
, Maggie age 28 wife born 1872 AR married 11 years 7 children 4 living
, May age 10 dau born 1890 AR
, Carrie age 6 dau born 1894 AR
, Charles age 2 son born 1897 AR
, Alex age 2/12 son born 1900 AR

Hogue, James Monroe . . B. April 1847 TN age 53 Mar 31 yrs.
+Mary Eliza Gabbie . B. Sept 1849 age 50 11 children 10 living

Florence Aug 1875 age 24 (Rena Florence Hogue
Jay March 1878 age 22 Only son (Jay Bennett Hogue
Ethel Oct 1880 age 19 (Ethel Elizabeth Hogue
Essie Jan 1883 age 17 (Ester Dell Hogue
Maggie Feb 1885 age 15 (Margaret Matilda Hogue
Carrie Aug 1888 age 11 (Carrie Jewel Hogue
Ruby March 1890 age (Ruby Darma Hogue
Olen Jan 1894 Age 6 (Olen Jackson Hogue
Hogue, Lee Born May 1872 TN age 28 mar 6 yrs 0 children
+Anna July 1878 age 21

Sheet #23 B 8850 line 446-450

son of John Alexander & Mary Jane Clower Hogue
Hogue, James Wallace B. Aug 1859 AR age 40 mar 18 years Fa.TN Mo.unk
+Mollie A Seymore B. Feb 1863 KY age 37 5 children 5 living
John J. B. Sept 1884 AR age 12
Mary C. B. Sept 1887 AR age 12
Jesse M. B. April 1891 AR age 9
Willie C. B. May 1893 AR age 7
Charly V. B. Nov 1897 AR age 2

son of George H & Eliza Urcilla Hogue
Hogue, Claude E. B. Jan 1873 AR age 27 Mar 4 yrs 3 children 2 living
+Willie B. Mar 1878 AR age 27
Alma B. Feb 1898 AR age 2
Lois B. Jun 1900 AR 4/12
Fletcher C. Brother B. April 1876 AR age 24
Hattie E. Sister in Law B. Mar 1878 AR age 22 0 children

1900 census

Craig, Levi (Leo) M. 4-1873 age 27 married 5 years
Rosa B. 3-1872 age 24 married 5 years
3 children 3 living
James W. Craig 3-1896 age 4
Claude H. Craig 4-1897 age 3
George E. Craig 2-1899 age 1 must have died
Levi & Rosa Bell Mullins Craig mar. 14 July 1895 Book G pg 211 Bradley Co. AR.

1900 census

Craig, John C Nov 1848 age 51 born MS Fa NC Mo SC
Bessie June 1862 age 37 mar 11 yrs 3 children 2 living born MS Fa MS Mo MS
Cara E. Aug 1831 age 8

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1910 census: 25 April PENNINGTON TOWNSHIP #78th visit

Craig, Levi (Leo) M. 4-1873 age 37 married 5 yrs(@1906)
Maggie L Brown Hogue Aug 1872 age 35-6 married 5 yrs
10 children 6 living M-2 for both

some earlier children missing:
HOGUE, CARRIE age 16 AR 7-23-1894
HOGUE, Charles A age 12 AR
HOGUE, Effie R. age 8 AR
CRAIG,James W. age 14 AR} father Levi Craig
CRAIG,Claude H. age} 13AR} Mother Rosa "
Hogue/Craig ,Ruth V, age 9 AR
CRAIG, Clifton D age 5 AR
Craig, Dovie "Dot" age 4 AR Mrs. H.A.Hackler, Bay City, TX
Craig, Malvin Brown age 1&8/12 AR

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1920 Census Pennington Twnshp Sheet 12 A 1601
2-24- Monticello & Warren Road line 24 X-269/280

SIEMON, Guss 49 head Ger. Stationman at Railroad Fa.Germany Mo. Germany language German
Maggie 48 wife AR Fa. N.C. Mo. GA Marriage # 3
HOGUE, Carrie 25 single AR

Charlie 22 single AR
Effie 17 single AR
CRAIG, Ruth 19 single AR
Dovie 15 single AR Mrs. H.A.Hackler, Bay City, TX "Dot Craig"
M. Brown 11 single AR
HOGUE, Willie C. 9 single AR Bradley County Aug 18, 1910

Maggie L Brown: born 25 August1872 Lincoln Co., AR D. 4-27-1940 Bradley Co AR
M-1 to George H. Hogue(Marion Twsp) 2 Oct. 1887 George 20 Maggie 16 Minister of the Gospel.. Benj. A. Ingram Drew Co, AR
M-2 Levi Craig @1906
M-3 Gus Siemon born @ 1871 in Germany mar. after 1910 census


Wills

Will of WILLIAM (HOGE) HOGUE:
Resident of Chester County, Penna.. admitted for probate Wednesday
Nov. 15, 1749, in Frederick County, VA.

William Hoge's Last Will and Testament:
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
ordain this my Last will and testament, yt is to say principally and first of all I give and
recomment it to ye earth to 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 fworldly (goods) wherewith
it has pleased God to bless me in this life, devised and dispose of ye same in ye following
manner 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 Alexander, 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 Jeroter 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 yet ye reminder 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 have here - unto set my hand and
seal ye day and year above written:

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 ere

 

Will of Reverend John Hoge: grandson of Wm & Barbara Hoge -son of John Hoge

In the Name of God Amen.

I John Hoge of the township of Torbut County of Northumberland and State of
Pennsylvania being weak in Body, but of sound mind and memory, being convinced of the
uncertainty of life and the certainty of Death and also of a future State of existance beyond
the grave, so commit my Soul into the hands of God, who gave, and my Body to the
dust to be buried in a decent and Christian manner by my Executors, in full but humble
hope of obtaining through my Lord Jesus Christ a Glorious resurrection from the
grave, and as to such worldly goods as it hath pleased God to bless me with, I order and
it is my Will that they be disposed of in manner following-----

Imprimis, It is my Will that my lawful debts and funeral expenses be paid by my
Executors out of my personal estate, if sufficient, if not out of the sum total thereof.

Secundo, I bequeath to my beloved wife, Rosanna Hoge her dower in all my lands, a
horse and saddle, a cow, a bed and a table, to her, her heirs, Executors Administrators
and assigns forever--

Tertio, I bequeath to my beloved son Samuel Hoge all that part of my Father's Land,
which falls to me by his Will and which was devfised by him to my brother Benjamin
deceased, to him, his heirs Executors, Administrators and assigns forever---

Quarto, I bequeath to my beloved sons, Ebenezaer, David and Jonathan D. Hoge all that
tract of land upon which I reside to be divided in the following manner:
The said Ebenezer to have a third part of said Tract upon the East and the said David
to have a third part of said Tract upon the side thereof next John Watson's Land, from the
(word left out?) of Ebenezer's land and down to the river, and the said Jonathan D.
Hoge to have a third part of said Tract from Ebenezer's line down to the River to
adjoining, to them their heirs, Executors, Administrators and assigns forever--

Quinto, I bequeath to my beloved Grtand Daughter Nancy Lemmon twenty five pounds to
be paid when she arrives at the age of twenty one, to her, her heirs, Executors,
Administrators, and assigns forever--

Sexto, It is my Will that in case any things remain of my personal property after my lawful debts
and funeral expences and the twenty five pounds devised to nancy Lemmon are paid, it shall be
equally divided amongst my Daughters Elizabeth Brice, & the heirs of my Daughter Mary
Redick deceased, My Daughter Priscilla Bennett and my son Jonathan D. Hoge, the heirs
of my said Daughter Mary Reddick only to have one share of the same, to them, their
heirs, Executors, Administrators, and assigns forever.

And I do constitute, ordain and appoint my beloved wife Rosanna Hoge, my trusty
friends Robert Giffen & Robert Miller and my beloved son David Hoge Executors of this my
last will and testament--

And I do constitute, ordain and appoint this to be my last Will and Testament, I do
hereby revoke all other Wills and Testaments by me at any time formerly made
ratifying and confirming this alone to be my last Will and Testament.

In testamony where of I have hereunto set my name and seal this 9th Day of December
1805--JOHN HOGE (seal) in the presence of: John Bryson, John Kirkwood, John Shnyder.

WILL OF THE REVEREND JOHN HOGE 2

Be it remembered that it is my will that my Wife rosanna Hoge shall have the
exclusive use of my Mansion House during natural life, the chest of Drawers she
brought with her and Bed clothes to furnish the bed devised to her in my will besides
what is therein devised to her. In testimony thereof I have herewith set my hand and
seal this 4th day of Februafry 1807.

John Hoge (seal) in presence of John Bryson, Robert Miller.

Be it remembered that it is my Will that my sons Ebenezer, Samuel, David and
Jonathan D. Hoge shall each pay the sum of ten pounds to my Daughter Priscilla
Bennett, her heirs or assigns three years after my decease, and if any of them shall
sell the lands devised to them previous thereto those who sell shall give her
security for the payment of said money, also it is my will that my son David Hoge
shall have the horse I have already given him, besides what is already devised to
him,

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 4th day of February
1807. John Hoge (seal)_ in presence of us John Bryson, Robert Miller Turbot Township
March 25, 1807.

John Boyd, Esq.

Dear Sir:

It appears from the last Will and Testament of the Rev'd John Hoge that he has mentioned
my name as one of the Executors to his Estate without at all consulting on the occasion.
As I have not enjoyed a good State of health for some time past, this with my own affairs, which
demand daily attention obliges me to decline all tho'ts of serving as an Executor to said Estate.
I am D'r Sir respectfully yours---Robert Giffen; Northumberland Co. as be it remembered
that on the twenty sixth day of Feb. 1807 before me Robert Gray Deputy Register for the
Court aforesaid personally appeared the Rev'd John Bryson, John Shnyder & Robert Miller,

the three subscribing witness the two first to the forgoing will and the first and third
annexed Codicils, who being duly sworn as the law directs doth depose and say, they
were presently present and did see John Hoge the Testator sign seal and declare the
foregoing will and the two annexed codicils as and for his last Will and Testament that at the
time of his so publishing the same he was of sound and disposing mind and memory
as deponants does believe according to the best of their knowledge and that the
Names John Bryson & John Snyder as Witnesses to the Will are of their own proper
handwriting and the names John Bryson & Robert Miller as witnesses to the two
annexed codicils are likewise of their own proper hand writing and further said not--
John Bryson, John Snyder--Sworn & Subscribed the day & year aforesaid before--
Robert Gray Depty Register for the County of Northum'd was proved and approved the
last will and testament and the codicils thereunto annexed of the Rev'd John Hoge deceased and
letters Testamentary Issued in due and common form of law.

Robert Gray Depy Regt.

note:

The Rev. Hoge was the son of John Hoge, elder in Elk River congregation in 1724, and
Gwenthleen Bowen Davis and the grandson of William Hoge ("an exile for Christ's sake)
and Barbara Hume, immigrants from Scotland in the ship Caledonia bout 1682.

He was a graduate of Nassau Hall (Princeton)and was licensed by the Presbytery of
New Brunswick, October 10th 1753. In 1755 he was ordained by the Presbytery of
New Castle and became the first pastor of the Churches of Opequon and Cedar Creek,
Virginia. In 1760 we find him the pastor of Tuscarora, Opequon and Back Creek Churches.
The congregation fell into salary arrears and in 1761 he asked for dissolution. Matters
dragged on until May 17, 1772 when the pastoral relation was finally dissolved by
Donegal Presbytery, to which he was transferred, May 17, 1759, by the Synod.

He served nearby vacancies during and after his pastorate, and over the mountains into
Pennsylvania. About 1776, he removed to Pennsylvania, probably to Northumberland county where he was a minister in 1793, and where descendants of his resided in 1904 at Watsontown.

He was a charter member of Carlisle Presbytery October 17, 1786 and convenor and
first moderator of Huntingdon Presbytery April 14, 1795 and died on 11 Feb 1807, advanced
in years. He was born in Pennsylvania bout 1723; had at least two children, John and
Priscilla. His peculiar talent was to hunt up and gather together the scattered members
of the Church.


 

Will of William Hogg 1835 Marshall Co., TN :

I William Hogge being of sound and perfect mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and from following (to wit crossed out),
First I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Nancy Hogge the tract of land whereon I now live containing one hundred and four acres or so much of it as will be a compatincy for a comfortable support during her natural life. I do also give unto her all my stock consisting of two gray mares, hogs, cattle and sheep, exept three steers, together with all my farming utensils house hold and kitchen furniture also my present crop of corn, tobacco and cotton; also all my money notes or book accounts, all of which she is to exercise ownership over after paying all my just debts during her natural life live.
Second, I do also will and bequeath unto my two youngest sons Hiram Hogge and Edward H. Hogge the above named tract of land together with all the above named property with its increase or so much as remains undisposed of for the maintainance of my wife and payment of my debts the said Hiram and Edward Harvey is to be equal shearers in all.
I do herby appoint Ezekiel Hogge and Samuel Watson my executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In witness whereof I have ----my hand and affixed my seal this the 23rd day of October 1835 .
Signed and sealed: Wm Hogge

Wit:
Lewis W. Hogge
Absalom Bostick
Newton Wolf

State of Tennessee: Marshall Co. I Martin W. Oakley clerk of Marshall Co. Court do hereby notify that the within will was duly proven and admitted to probation Court. Feb 6th 1837

Deeds in Marshall Co (Maury Co) show Watsons, Hogges and Rings witnessing deeds for each other. Samuel M. Watson married Lucretia Hogge, daughter of Wm and sister to Ezekiel and Bennett Hogue. Ezekiel also witnessed a deed in 1832 where Moseley sold land to Samuel M. Watson. Ezekiel married Sarah Templeton Watson.


Proofs:
Marshall Co., TN --deed book 8, p.21: book D, p. 365: book F, p. 78: Will book A pp.5-6


 

Will of Bennett Hogue
State of Arkansas, Drew County
Will written March 17, 1879
He died 29 April, 1879

Last Will and Testament of Bennett Hogue. In the name of God Amen.
I Bennett Hogue of Drew county and State of Arkansas being in a low state of health but of sound dis---mind and memory---be -the sa------------------while I have strength and capacity to do so do make and publish this my last will and testament, that is to say, I desire that after my decease that my mortial remains be decently interred at the family burial place at Mount Pleasant (Camp Ground) Church.
Item:
1st: I give and bequeth to my beloved Daughter Mary E. Hale the NE fractional 1/4 of the NW and the NW fractional 1/4 of the NE1/4 of Section 3 , Range 7 in Township 12 South, containing ninty -----aces more or less to her and her heirs forever.

2nd: I give and bequeth to my beloved Daughter Clementine Matilda Hogue the SW fractional 1/4 of the NE1/4 and the SE
fractional 1/4 of the NW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Section 3, Range 7, Township 12 containing one hundred and fifty five (155) acres more or less to her and her heirs forever. I further bequeth to my said Daughter Clementine Matilda Hogue one Chesnut Soral Horse also one clock and all my cattle and hogs.

3rd: I give and bequeath to my beloved Daughter Eliza H. Hogue the SE1/4 of SW1/4 and the SW1/4 of the SE1/4 in Section 3, Range 7, Township 12 South containing 80 acres more or less to her and her heirs forever. ----------- that a certain debt--------due to Dick G---- and also a certain debt due to R. G. --------- certain debt as---- not given said ----land------ be sold and said debt to be paid from the purchase of said sale.

4th: I further ----that my executor execute a Bond for ---- to my Grandson W. D. Hale for the NE1/4 of the SW1/4 and NW1/4 of SE1/4 in section 3 Range 7 Township 12 South, containing 80 acres.

5th: I bequeath to my beloved Son John A. Hogue the East half of the SE1/4 of the SE1/4 containing 120 (20) acres more or less in Section 3 Range 7 Township 12 South for him and his heirs forever.

6th: I bequeath to my beloved son J. M. Hogue, my gun and my interest in a set of blacksmith tools. I further ask that my son james M. Hogue shom I appoint to be my executor to carry out this request and intention of this my last Will and Testament.

Signed in presence of A. H. Owen and Thomas Lyle . . . .B. Hogue
done this 17th day of March , One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy Five.

State of Arkansaas
County of Drew::: Be it --that on this day came before the ----Clerk of the Council Court and Ex Office Probate Clerk within and for the County aforesaid Thomas Lyle and A. H. Owen. When--------- - - subscribing----to the annexed ------to e this last will and testament of bennett Hogue deceased, who after first being duly sworn----and--- ------ -------- ----by A. H. Owen -of the -----of each of the attending wittnesses and by his acknowledgement ------ at the request of the said Bennett Hogue in ----------and in the presence of each other--so help them God.
signed Thos. Lyle and A. H. Owen
filed: 26th 1879 R. F. Heyall clerk
Sworn and subscribed to this 23rd day of April 1879 AD before: signed R. F. Heyall clerk.
Examined and ordered to be ----as this the will and testament of bennett Hogue deceased April 29 1879
signed H. J. S----judge

Proofs:
Will book page 247-48-dated March 17, 1879 -Drew Co., AR
Deed records showing purchase of 171 acres of land in York Co, Nov 7, 1826: York Co, SC; deed book L, page 69
830 Census of York Dist SC head of household. Probably in Maury, Marshall
or Fayette Co's in TN inbetween 1830/50.
Witness to a deed of land by Nancy Hogue to a younger son, in Fayette Co., TN
after the death of husband William Hogue.
Bill of sale for slave woman dated 24 Dec 1835 , Fayette Co., TN (book G, pg 489)
Bought land from T. K. Bennett 14 Dec 1938 Fayette Co., TN (book H pg 472-73)
1850/60/70 Census of Drew Co. AR.
Buying land 24 Sept 1849 Monticello, AR deed book C, pg 71-217 .
Dec. 1859 sold town lot to W.M.Allen
Believed to be early member, if not founding member & earliest graves of Campground/ Mt Pleasant Methodist Episcopal Church & Cemetery 10 miles N of Monticello.

Will signed: 17 March 1879 file Will book Drew Co, pages 247-48

Sales Bill of Real Estate of Bennett Hogue

In the Drew Probate Court 1882:
(this is a very bad copy and hard to read. Please be patient I will continue to try to fill in the -----------.BB)

To the Honorable Judge of the Drew Probate Court, the undersigned executor of the Estate of Bennett Hogue
---------would respectfully-----to you-----in----- of the Drew Probate Court giving the notice required by law and --- ---appraised as the law requires---on the 24th day of April 1882 at the Court House in the town of Monticello, Drew county, AR offer for sale----the---for Judicial sales at public---to the highest bidder on a credit of six and nine months the following ---lands belonging to the estate ---- -------to wit:

NE of the SW and the SE of the SW and the SW of the SE----and the NW of the SE and the W/--of the SE of the SE of Section 3 Township 12, Range 7 West lying in Drew County and containing 180 acres more or less and that at said sale John A. Hogue became the purchaser of the NW of SE and the W/ of the SE of the SE of said land at around one and 33/100 dollars per acre, he being the highest bidder made ---------------------------------and Wallace Hogue beame the purchaser of the NE of the SW and SE of SW and SW of SE of said lands at one and 33/100 dollars per acre, that he being the highest bidder made -------, the appraised value------John A. Hogue executed --note for forty dollar each payable in six and nine months respectfully with John H. Hammock--- --- ----- and the said Wallace Hogue executed --- ---- notes for forty dollars each payable in six and nine months-- ---with D. M.,--as the ----in all of said sale, being payable to James M. Hogue as executor of said estate and --- ---of said sale being $240.00 (two hundred and forty dollars)---------- a deeds to said land to the aforesaid purchasers--- ------- ----- --in ---cases that the appraisers --was filed in the Clerks offfice of Drew County before said sale is-------- -. James M. Hogue Executor and J. O. & C. D. Mood Attys.

I James M. Hogue do solominly sware that I was not the purchaser of any of the lands or any part there of mentioned in the above report and the-----of---------purchased for my use and that I am not in any manner interested in the purchase thereof.
Signed james M. Hogue
this 4 day of October 1882 C. D. Moon Notary Public
Filed October 26 1882 by R. F. Hyull Clerk Examined and affirmed by the Court Oct 27, Signed H. J. S---Judge


Will of Joseph Gabbie
State of South Carolina, York District.

In the Name of God. Amen.

I Joseph Gabbie, of York District and State of South Carolina, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, but weak in body and calling to mind the uncertainty of life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with, do make and ordain this my last will in manner following that is to say:

I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid by my executors hereinafter named out of my estate.

After my debts and funeral expenses be paid, I give to my wife Mary Gabbie one third of my estate as well real as personal for and during the term of her natural life, and after her decease I give the name of my five daughters Mary Pearce, Urcilla Garvin, Salina Owens, Eliza Gabbie and Matilda Gabbie to be equally divided amongst them, their heirs forever.

I give to my daughter Mary Perce one hundred acres of land whereon she now lives, also one hundred acres of land lying and being at and around what we usually call the Still House Branch to my daughter Urcilla to them, their heirs forever.

I give to my two granddaughters Elizabeth B. and Margaret one seventh (1/7) part of all the remainder of my estate either real or personel and also one sixth (1/6) part of what I have before devised to my wife at her decease. They both, said Elizabeth B. and Margaret jointly shall have with their five Aunts (my daughters) before named at the death of my wife which devise shall be divided into six (6) equal shares amongst my five said Daughters and my two said Granddaughters. My two granddaughters shall have but one sixth (1/6) part equally between them both and to their heirs forever.

I give to my son Joseph Gabbie that tract of land that I usually call my Saw Mill Place lying North of East from my Manson House, the seat on which I first built my Cotton Gin and if he dies without Issue the same shall be divided between my five aforesaid daughters and my two aforesaid granddaughters, jointly they shall have one sixth (1/6) part diveded between them, both to have and possess for eve. Vz my five aforesaid daughters shall have five sixth (5/6) of the whole of this said devised equally divided between them both.

I also devise that all my personal estate be sold at public auction and after my wife shall have had her third (1/3) divided and given to her as before said or devised, I then give to my grandson Robert W. the son of my daughter Rachel, deceased, untill it is settled and the remainder to be equally divided between my five daughters and jointly one sixth (1/6) part to my two granddaughters equally between them to them all and their heirs forever.

And lastly I do constitute and appoint my said wife executrix and my son-in-law, James H. Owens, executor of this my last will and testament by me heretofore made in testamony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and afixed my seal this twenty third day of September and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty five. (23 September 1825.)

signed and sealed, published and declared as and for the last will and testament of his the above named Joseph Gabbie in the presence of us:
Joseph X Gabbie his mark (seal)

witnesses:
James Kerr
William Kerr
Thos. D. Kidd

Obtained from the Historical Center of York County South Carolina
4621 Mount Gallant Road
Rock Hill, SC 29732
Heather South, Research Assistant

***
Joseph is buried in the BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CEMETERY in Clover, York Co., SC
here is an online address by W. D. Floyd (http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/BethelP.html)

To get to this cemetery from Clover, SC go east on Hwy SC 55 for about 2.5 miles to the intersection with Hwy SC 557.
Turn north, left, and go 2.1 miles and the cemetery will be on your right. This is a very large cemetery and the church was organized in 1764. There are many graves that are unmarked. There are many, kmany old ancestors buried in this cemetery.

Gabbie, Joseph 73 years September 25, 1825 Rev. War.

Gabbie, Rachel 26 years February 23, 1820

Gabbie, Robert 27 years August 17, 1816

Gabbie, John 30 years August 16, 1818

Gabbie, John 60 years August 16, 1816


Research

Bradley Co. Death Index: Margaret Siemon died 4-27-1940

Obituary for Carrie Hogue Marcum Warren Library Eagle Democrat
Publication date Sept 5 1935 (26 Oct 1998)

Marriages:

John A. Hogue age 20 & Mary Jane Clower Drew Co. Sept 10, 1855 certified 25 Sept 1998 page 116-7
John A Hogue & 2nd wife Adalie(he was 70)

George H. Hogue age 20 Marion Twp & Maggie L. Brown 16 Marion Twp.. 2 Oct 1887 page 432

John W. Marcum age 27 married 27 March 1924 Mrs Carrie W. HOGUE age35 (30)Mariage Index Bradley County,
AR Book L., pg 159

Martha Gibson & John Wills (Wells) marriage book B page 105 (1854)
Fletcher Daniel Myers & Mollie Rowell Gibson page 116 (1883)
W.D.Ford and Susanah Gibson book B page 124 (1855)
Henry J. Trotter & Susanah Ford book B page 118 (1883)

York County Historical Center
York County Marriages Implied in York Co SC; Probate Records
page 20:
HOG,---& Sarah McKnight--case 64 --file #2994;--lived 1800
HOGGE, Bennett & Matilda Gabbie--Case 1--file #16--lived 1833
HOGGE, Ezekiel & ---Watson Case 45--file #1910--lived 1829 (Sarah Templeton Watson-BB)
HOGGE, John & Jane Miller--Case 5--file #224--lived 1845
page 21:
HOGUE, ---- & Nancy E. Simril--Case 17--file #713--lived 1850
HOGUE, Bennett & Matilda Gabbie--Case 33--file #1401--lived 1857
HOGUE, Jesse & Dulcinia Ellis--Case 17--file #707--lived 1848

Funeral Home Records:

1899-1903 Hale-South Funeral Home Pine Bluff book page 150 R.H.McFadden Pine Bluff
Effie R. Hogue d.1935-37 book 5 page 150( page 196 ref. book) 1902 sister to Carrie Charles A. Hogue 1898.book,pg 203 Oakland cem.AR (b.1898/3-8-1932) brother to Carrie, Wm Clarence Hogue 1893 book 13 page 182 (page 88 ref. book)s/o James Wallace h/o Annie Halley

Addie D. Hogue 1875 book page 206 (Fraziers )(9-19-1933 no cem rec.) d/o George1840 & Eliza Urcilla 1841

Craig, James W (b.3-1896/1974) Ebenezer Cem. (w. May Lyon Craig 1893/1962) Mother Rosa B. Craig b.3-1872 d.before 1905 (Levi Craigs son)

WARREN CEM. OAKLAWN: Fraziers Book I page 273;413 & P page 72

Emmitt V. Hogue...10-14-1875/7-4-1947 pg. 83 brother of George H.Hogue
+ Sophia S. Measels 1901/1929 wife of Emmitt m. 10-20-1901

John Erra Hogue AR 1877 mar.age 25 Eva Lawson 21 on 2-16-1902 Fraziers Book I page 413
son of Robert Wilson & Martha Jane Clanton Hogue..(G/son of John A. & Mary J. Clower Hogue)

Rev. Edwin Leron Hogue 1891( 23) m. Lucy May White (18)on 11-15-1914 Book P page 72

Maggie Hogue d. 1861

Charles A. Hogue age 20 b. 1898/ 3-1932 mar. 23 June 1923 Edna Dishough age 18 book T page 459 bur; Oakland Cem page 203

W.C. HOGUE & LOUSIA JANE HOGUE--sold to Zina E Kerr land --Book M page 490 descrpt. section 22-twp 12-range 6 12-23-1869-- 80 ares Monticello library under Wills

WM HOGUE sold to J A Clowers Book HH page 11 2-24-1891 (W.C. son of Bennett; bro. of John Alexander & Mary Jane Clower Hogue)

Wm HOGUE & wife, Marina Hogue sold to J A Clower for one dollar land; took up note on 200.00. Marina made mark. 3-1-1891- Twp 12, 156 acres. Monticello library ;Wills. Marina & Wm Hogue marriage 3-Feb 1887 Wm 22 Mariana 18.

Marion Twp 1900 623-c-58 line 79-80 Marshall Hogue school teacher b. Mar. 1874 AR(26 S) Father born TN Mother AL.

also: line 192-6 Evea Hogue hired chopper B. Jan 1877 (23S)B. AR Fa.TN Mo.AR


Confederate Veterans & Widows Pension Applications of Arkansas page 189

(key) #... Name... Company.....Regt.....Divison

#16825 Hogue, J. A. Co F..9th AR Inf (61-65) Drew Co. applied 8-8-08 died 2-9-31
#16825 Widow Addie Hogue applied 2-16-31 died 9-134-33
John Alexander Hogue son of Bennett Hogue (Addie...second wife)

10353 Hogue, B. F. Co. F. 10th AR Inf (61-65) Garland Co applied 8-11-02

no # Hogue, J. J. Co D 12th Ar Inf (62-62) Dallas Co died 6-30-62
#225 widow Hogue Mrs. S.E. died 8-19-92

#5434 Hogue, J. M. Sr Co C 1st AR Inf (61-64w) Dallas Co. appl. 8-10-03 died 3-30-05
(no #) Widow Mattie Hogue appl.8-6-06 d/

no# Hogue, J. W. Co D. 9th AR Inf (62) Saline Co. died 10-16-62
# 992 widow Hogue, Mrs S. L. applied 7-6-92 d.

#5842 Hogue, J. W. Co G 52 NC Inf Lono Co. applied 8-23-09 d.

#7373 Hogue, James Co A 3rd TX C (61-65) Mill Co applied 8-13-07 died 6-9-20
(no #) Hogue, Nancy Caroline appl 8-21-20

no# Hogue, James M. Co B. 9th AR B (64-65) Drew Co died 7-15-12 (James & his slave
companion were water boys in the CSA)
#22702 widow Hogue, Mary E. applied 8-11-15 d.
James Monroe Hogue son of Bennett Hogue

no# Hogue, James S. Co D..?Ar Inf (62-65) Saline Co died 10-16-62
# 10799 widow Hogue, S.L. applied 8-28-01 d.

#4331 Hogue, M. G. Co F ..1st Ar B. (62-65) Drew Co app l8-10-07 died 8-22-29
widow #4331 Hogue, Eliza U. applied ?-?-11 died 8-22-29

#22507 Hogue, W. A. Co C 11th AR.. (63-65) applied 8-8-16 Columbia Co. died

One Black Soldier: not of Drew Co.
#21163 Hogins, Frank Pope County Co A ..AR Infantry (65) applied ?-?-1917

 


AR Land Records:

1856-9-01 Hogue, Ezekiel Grant Co. Section 3 - Twp 4 South - Range 14 W - 160 acres
1859-6-01 Hogue, Hiram . Grant Co. Section 24 - Twp 3 South - Range 14 W - 40 acres
1859-6-01 Hogue, Hiram . Grant Co. Section 34 - Twp 3 South - Range 14 W - 280 acres
1860-9-01 Hogue, John A. Drew Co. Section 2 - Twp12 South - Range 14 W - 40 acres
1860-9-01 Hogue, John A. Drew Co. Section 3 - Twp 12 South - Range 7 W - 160 acres
land located on both sides of the river
1896-01-22 Hogue, John A. Drew Co. Section 3 - Twp 12 South - Range 7 W - 119.46 acres
1858-05-02 Hogue, Wm.C. Drew Co. Section 14 - Twp 11 South - Range 7 W - 40 acres
1861-05-01 Hogue Wm. C. Drew Co. Section 2 - Twp 11 South - Range 7 W - 39.99 acres
1855-03-01 Hogue, Wm. C. Drew Co. Section 2 - Twp 12 South - Range 7 W- 39.42 acres


E-Mail addresses for Hogue Researchers:

  • for information: email Retteacher@aol.com


    E-Mail messages

ranhogue@janics.com:
Perry or Commodore Hogue b. 1818 in KY
His son Jesse Hogue born Macoupin Co. Ill 1856.
His son Asa Hogue born in Carrol Co AR at Eureka Springs 1883
His son Kirby Hogue born 1907 Cove, AR.
1880 Perry Hogue's Children:
William, Douglas, Thomas Jefferson, Elijah, and Malinda Hogue Hufford all in
Carrol Co. AR.
Query: Whate was the route taken from VA to the Carolinas and then on to AR by the Hogue's?

jputman@pop.usit.net:
John Hogg & Mary in Franklin Co. NC--
sons: William Hogue and James B. Hogue ( brothers)
After John's death some Hogues went to York Co. SC;
James B. Hogue went to Obion Co, TN.
William Hogue went to Maury Co. TN (his will was made in Marshall Co TN in 1836.)

rdea@seark.net-- says there are two Hogues buried in Ashley Co. Cem
William James Hogue 1816-1881
Jerima Adams Hogue 1822-1890
Cemetery near Hamburg; 5.5 miles east on Hwy 8 to North Mail Line road. Turn Right and go South
1 mile. Turn left on to #362 and go east 1.2 miles.



HILLIARD/WOODWARD JOURNAL
written by Doris Hilliard dau of Armistead D. Hilliard &
Arminta Rebecca Harris-Hilliard.

It was written by Doris Hilliard dau. of Armistead Dandridge Hillard & Arminta Rebecca Harris Hilliard & was partially told to her by one of the children of Armistead Dandridge & Suvilla Pearson Woodward Hilliard
( I think, so it says on the paper.)

Richard Clark Woodward married Rebecca Woodward B.6-17-1803 (1st cousins) at Winnsboro, SC.
To this union was born
Isaac Means, Suvilla Pearson and William Clark.

Richard Clark Woodward had two brothers John & George and one sister, Ellen.

Both John & George were prosperous merchants and cotton buyers in Winnsboro & Camden, SC. Both had land holdings in Fairfield County on Jackson Creek. ( Same area as the GIBSON & GLADNEY families 1765-1800ÕS)

Suvilla Pearson Woodward (female) married Armistead Dandridge Hilliard in Winnsboro, SC. Armistead Hilliard was a merchant in Winnsboro at the time of their marriage. She was 23 when she married. Her father Richard Clark Woodward, was sheriff at that time. He operated a hotel "INN", but the family lived in a brick home.

Suvilla went to college at Charlotte, and took Caroline, a slave, along to wait on her. Suvilla was talented in music and taught in Winnsboro before and after her marriage. She had a beautiful piano given to her as a girl. This she took with her when she married. Dan & Suvilla Hilliard lived in "a big two story house" with porches upstairs and below. All around the house was a great big lawn where the children use to play. The house was near a college and Doris and others were playing on the campus when the YANKEES moved in on our lawn during the War Between the States.

The yanks went into the house and were shown over the house by Doris' father Armistead Dandridge Hilliard. When they reached the second floor they saw a stairway leading to the attic but passed it up, for some reason. Fortunately they did , as Suvilla Hilliard( Mother in law to Agusse Miller (1806/1914)) had hidden a few things to eat. That was all that was left of their food when the yanks left . Suvilla had also buried a trunk full of confederate money and a lot of gold, Hester helped her, but the yanks found it and dug it up.

They pillaged and burned the store. They rolled hogsheads of sugar, flour and molasses from the west Indies into the streets, used what they wanted and stomped on the rest. They took her square piano and fed the horses from it. They took everything they wanted from within and around the house, and in the shooting during the raid and while camped about the house shot the bullet holes in Grandpa Woodward's picture.

Being reduced to virtual poverty, the family moved the next November to Louisiana. In 1860, people were going West from South Carolina in great numbers. Robert C Woodward furnished the money and about 25 slaves for William Woodward to go to Louisiana and buy land. A year later, Isaac Means and Mary Hopkins Woodward moved from Winnsboro (with about 10-15 slaves to Rocky Mount, LA, to join William Woodward.
Richard Woodward furnished money and slaves in each case. From Rocky Mount,LA , Isaac Means Woodward went to the war with the 1ar LA Brigade. While he was gone Minnie Woodward was born. In November after the close of the war (1865) William Woodward came to South Carolina and got his only Sister Suvilla Hilliard, and her Mother and 5 children.
The 5 Children were:
Richard Clark Woodward Hilliard
William Clark Hilliard
Armistead Dandridge Hilliard mar Armita Rebecca Harris
Rebecca Hilliard
Mary Hilliard

Isaac Means Hilliard, born at Rocky Mount, age about 21, died at the Hilliard house in the spring before Ike(Isaac Fitzgerald Hilliard) was born in Oct.

The group traveled by train to Atlanta, and from there by train to Mobile. At Mobile they took a boat to New Orleans, from there to Shreveport by boat. There they were met by a wagon train and one carriage and were carried to Rocky Mount. Armistead D Hilliard & Richard Clark Woodward stayed in Winnsboro to settle their businesses.

Richard Clark Woodward bought a boat, "The Daniel Morton", and he and Armistead D. Hilliard operated it from Shreveport to New Orleans. They bought and sold goods along the Red & Mississippi Rivers, carrying passengers to & from New Orleans as well as cargoes of goods. As these 2 men cut quite a dash on Royal Street, in N.O. they got in debt and mortgaged their property to CHAFF, of New Orleans.
In September of 1867, Suvilla Hilliard died and was buried at Rocky Mount, LA. When Armistead D Hilliard died, Isaac Means Woodward took Armistead D. Hilliard,II and Rebecca Hilliard to raise. William Clark Woodward & Richard Clark Woodward took the other 5 children. R.C.Woodward died in 1870 and is buried at Rocky Mount,LA.

The farm on the Red River at Rocky Mount had 1,400 acres, 400 under cultivation. But things went from bad to worse! in 1870 they had a drought and made only 21 bales of cotton. CHAFF of N.O. called for their note. Both of the parents were gone, most of the property now gone. So the sons, Isaac and William Woodward moved to Arkansas through the influence of John and Mattie Robinson of Winnsboro who had settled at Rock Springs.( could these be the parents of John Robinson who died in the civil war and was the first husband of Nancy Jane Gladney, dau of Edward Bruce Gladney, who married John McKeown Reep?)

Isaac Woodward,son of Rebecca & R.C.Woodward, bought 250 acres for $800.00 from VanLandingham. William Woodward 1828/1896 arrived in February and Mary "Mollie" B. REAP (dau. of Rachel GLADNEY & Jonas Reap) married him in July. He sold his place and moved on her place, which was a quarter of a mile due east of the Harris place.

It took about 6 days to make the trip from Rocky Mount to Rock Springs. They crossed the Saline River at Cornish Landing: spent the night there. Mary Hopkins Woodward & Grandma Woodward along with the smallest children traveled by carriage.

When they got to Tom (Thomas M.) GIBSON'S (son of Zachariah Gibson) (later Betsy's husband) six miles from the new home, they were asked to spend the night. All of the family stayed except for Armistead,Isaac & some Negroes.
Armistead D Hilliard traveled with Isaac Woodward along with the Negroes, driving seven wagons, it was late, dark (Feb) when they got to the new home, it was raining and freezing. They took rocks and broke the ice to get the harness off the horses. When they all went into the house they dicovered they had no "fire" so they went to bed with out any warm food or fire.
The next morning Armistead D. HILLIARD was sent to Edward C. REAPS (Mollie's Brother) to get fire. It was a half mile away. The Negroes got wood and set up the furniture. While at the Reap"s, he ate breakfast with them and got not only fire but some breakfast for Isaac. Long up in the day William, GM Woodward, and Mary, along with the children arrived at the new house.

SO!! HERE THE WANDERERS WERE AT THE END OF THE TRAIL. A RICH, SOCIALLY PROMINENT FAMILY REDUCED TO POVERTY, HARDSHIP AND OBLIVION, IN A PIONEER COUNTRY, NEVER AGAIN TO REGAIN WHAT "WENT WITH THE WIND."

ISAAC WOODWARDS place was about A MILE NORTH OF THE ROCK SPRINGS CHURCH. Armistead D II lived there for four years. He then went to Cornersville and worked with Martin Maroney. He farmed and worked in the store and postoffice. While there some one broke into the store and R.C. was summoned to the trial which took place in Monticello under J.G.Williamson. He stayed there about 8 months. He left there with Dick and went to Filmore, LA to an academy: Grinswold was president. They worked their way for one year. Left Filmore at the close of school, went to Rocky Mount and stayed 6 mo with Martin Maroney. He then went to Annie McKeown's (Arminta Rebecca Harris Hilliard's only sister). He stayed there and went to Garners Academy. Arminta was also there.

In making preparations to marry, Armistead D. II bought 162 acres of land adjoining Grandma Harris (Sara Bassett) and Annie (Mrs. Edward L. ) McKeowns'. He cleared land built a house, barn, etc and made a crop, harvested it, got out wood, all in preparation for the big event. On Dec 12 they were married at Grandma's house by Rev. John Blakeley (Methodist Preacher, of course). They were married late in the evening. They had a supper of turkey, boiled ham and venison. A cake at each end of the table, frosted in white and trimmed in fancy candy. In the center of the table was a mound of "snowballs" (cakes baked in China cups and frosted white.) They had boiled custard and ambrosia. There was "PIDKIN" ( a tray made by her father full of oranges and nuts..filberts & chesnuts.) Her wedding dress, gray in color, and fixings came from Pine Bluff.

All the Bassett-Hilliard-Woodward-Harris families and friends were there. After the wedding they drove
home in Grandma's top buggy behind "Olde Dolly".

Grandpa Bassett (James Kirby Bassett) originally bought the place that Uncle Jim & Aunt Ann Clegg Bassett lived and died on.
Gp & Gm Bassett (Kirby & Rebecca Clower Bassett) lived there until their death. Uncle Jim took over the place--gin, store and acreage.

Grandmother Harris (Sarah Bassett) was a tall, large but not fat womean. She had blue eyes and red hair.
Most of the Bassett family had red hair, but no freckles. She was deeply religious, a prominent member
of the Methodist Church at the Campground, where her membership, as well as most of her family, remained
until her death.

She was surrounded with plenty, fine stock, stallion, buggy horses, riding horses and etc. Fine Jersey cows,
Berkshire hogs, grey brama chicken, turkeys, fifty bee gums, sheep, a large orchard, fine apple orchard,
plum thickets, as well as other fruit. Grandpa James Thomas Harris naturalized l'shallots in his apple orchard
where they grew until after I was large enough to remember gathering them for Grandma, to put in some
guinea dressing. She was a famous cook. That's where Ollie & Mama (Arminta Rebecca Harris Hilliard)
got their talent.

Her home was in the midst of a great ALL hardwood forest. Her grandchildren are today still using her method of curing hams and bacon, sausage, lard, barrels of ribbon cane syrup (sarghum was a disgrace), large stone jars full of apples, peach, crab apple preserves and honey in the comb. She tied the tops of the jars with brown paper.
She bought green coffee, parched it herself and ground it in a mill fastened to the wall. She had a good
garden, growing the first "love apples" in her community and a yard full of flowers. She was long on 'erbs
sage, mint, catnip, basil (I can smell it yet), yellow dock and calamis root, slippery elm, black bow, also
mullen and smart weed. These 'erbs were used mostly for medicine and almost entirely by the natives of the
community for what ailed them. She was long on doctors and their saddle-bag pills. Her home was a mecca for people throughout that secions. She gave advice freely, but also gave to all who came and went.

Grandma Harris was the best natured woman in the world. She sat by the fireplace in an old fan-backed
rocker, with a cushin of briar stitched pieces in the bottom. Her Bible, hymn book, almanac, and Methodist
literature lay on a spool table near by. On the mantly was a large Seth Thomas clock that you wound by pulling down the weights, and a palm leafed fan that was bound in black velvet ribon. She kept an open and shut
fam on the top of her trunk to carry to Church. She slept on a spool bed.

Between her house and Uncle William Woodwards house was the famous pigeon roost, where Mama
and Papa remember seeing them by the thousands, in their field is a fault in the earth's surface. It was
behind this bluff that the people of the community hid their stock when the "yankees" came near.
The ground is covered with rocks in Grandma's old place. They could never get good water, as in most parts
of the country. They bought this place and moved there in November 1854.

They had no children for several years, they used to net birds (the net made of hand spun cords, with long wings on each side of the sort of a tunnel)Quail were driven into this tunnel. They also hunted dear, squirrels, turkeys
and etc. He used a rifle that was loaded with lead bullets (he molded powder, shot and caps) The cap box was
silver. On the gun stock is a deer head with antlers in silver. The inscription says " a gift to Uncle Isaac
Woodward." At his death the gun went to Isaac Hilliard. He also called the hogs with William's silver-
mounted horn. It came from SC. Arminta Rebecca had a loom on which she spun and wove cotton and woolen cloth, as well as "coverlets." She carded and spun woolen thread from which she knitted caps, mittens,
socks and stockings.

Armistead D. planted a large Arboryitaw tree in the fall before they married. It is still healthy. He also planted one of the best orchards in the community. There are still two nice apple trees that bore well. It is still called the
"OLD HILLIARD CHEESE APPLE", it's a deep yellow color and is found throughout the community in the
farm orchards. It is a seeding tree.

Armistead Dandridge Hilliard, it is supposed, was born at Winnsboro. His Father and Mother are not known.
He had three brothers, Bart, Marion and Edwin. Bart and Marion were merchants. Each was wealthy and had more than Armistead Dandridge Hilliard.

The Hilliards scattered to all parts of America.

The Bassett, Clower and Harris families came to AR by wagon train after the Indian Wars (ca 1848)./
They first stopped at Campground. The Clower's settled there and the Bassett & Harris families went
on to Rock Springs. The Harris's bought their place and moved there in Nov 1854.

Grandma (Sarah?) Jane Bassett Harris (Mother's Mother) born and married in Tallapoosa, AL and was
deeply religious, a prominent Church member, where she, John, Jim, Grandma Rebecca Clower Bassett
and Grandpa James Kirby Bassett are buried in the Cemetery at Campground.

Grandma Woodward, Isaac, William Woodward, Isaac Hilliard, Mary "Mollie" B. Reap Woodward
are buried at Rock Springs. Their church membership was there as well as Mama and Papa's.

Mamas Parents were Sarah Bassett & James Thomas Harris.

Grandparents were James Kirby and Rebecca Clower Bassett. (dau. of Jonathan & Mary Shuler Clower)
They had seven girls and two boys:
all born Talapossa Al & moved to Drew Co, lived to be an old age.

Samantha Bassett (1824) mar. Jesse White
Miriam Bassett(1826) mar. Joseph Robinson
Sarah Bassett (1828) mar James Thomas Harris (she, age 79 at death)
Elizabeth M. "Betsy" Bassett (1831) mar 1( John Bishop ..2)Thomas M. Gibson
Jonathan Richard Bassett (1833) mar Jane House then Ann House
Nancy Bassett (1835) mar. Ben F. Clegg
James Kirby Bassett Jr. (1838) mar Bridget Anne Clegg
Mary Amarett Bassett (1841) mar. Wm Wesley Winningham
Mozelle Bassett Coker (ca1844) (cousin Will Coker's Mother)

???Rebecca Bassett (Aunt Della's Mother)
source: Peggy Hall Calk (Pwcalk@tds.net)



Ephriam Brown b. ca. 1812 NC (Mother Elizabeth unk. Father unk) and wife
Susannah Louise Longcrier b. 1815 mar. ca 1833 in NC
dau of Jacob Longcrier and Catherine Bolch, were the parents of
Jacob Alexander Brown. They are suppose to be in unmarked graves in Mt Zion Presby Ch Cem.

  • Ephraim arrived AR ca. 1860; Elizabeth, Ephraim's mother living in 1850 census, 75 yrs old born NC parents born Germany.
  • 1870 Drew Co census shows Jacob Alexander still at home with parents Ephaim & Elizabeth.
  • Jacob Alexander Brown & Amelia Morgan were Parents of Margaret L. Brown Hogue

Ephraim & Susan had 9 known children born in Catawba County, North Carolina.

1. Nelson M. Brown b. 12 Oct 1833 Catawba Co NC d. 24 July 1924 Lincoln Co AR bur Mt. Zion Murlene says Nelson b. 1840

2. Permenia (Permelia) Brown b. . 15 Aug 1835 d. 2 Sept 1902 mar ca 1891 Lincoln Co AR
+ John William Emary Dopson b. 21 Aug 18769 d. 4 Nov 1923 both bur Holly Springs Cem.
(son of William & Carolyn Turner Dopson) Oscar, first child born 3 Sept 1893.

3. Murlene Barrett Degges b1837 d.
+ Henry Bailey on 18 May 1889 Lincoln Co AR (Murlene says Bush)

4. Absalom (Abb) b. 12 Jan 1842 d. 17 Dec 1910
+Louisa Gilland on 8 Jan 1878 bur. Holly Springs

5. Emeline H. Brown b. 1843

6. John Decatur Brown b. 9 Sept 1845 d. 19 June 1902
+ Sarah Rebecca Wilks bur Holly Springs Cem

7. Jacob Alexander Brown b.13 Feb 1849 Catawba Co., NC died 29 April 1900
bur Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co, AR.
+Amelia Morgan on Jan 2 1872

8. Henryetta Brown. b. Jan 1852 d. 13 March 1925
+Julius Alexander Lael on 26 Oct 1871 Lincoln Co

9. Julia Ann Brown b. 8 July 1860 d. 18 Oct 1942
+ Luther Columbus Chance on 24 Dec 1879 Lincoln Co AR bur Holly Springs Cem.

  • sources : Bettye Hogue Bond >desc. of John Alexander Brown>(retteacher@aol.com)
    ...............Margaret C. Young >desc. of Henryetta Brown Lael>(younghsv@ipa.net)update 12-31-99
    . . . . ........Murlene Barrett Degges >desc of Catherine Brown> (Lmdegges@seark.net) update 4-2-00
    ...............Sue Dopson New
  • for next generation of these Brown families visit: http://members.aol.com/retteacher/Brown_Hogue.html
  • census:
    • 1880 Lincoln Co census shows Brown, Jacob (head) age 31 farmer; Margaret dau age 8;
      Lydia dau age 6; Susan Mother age 72 keeping house; and Henry Dorough black
      age 21 laborer. Amelia is not listed.

      1880 Lincoln Co census line 212 lists:
      Brown, John (head) age 32 farmer; Rebecca (wife) age 33 housekeeping; Mattie dau age 10 (student);
      Fanny dau age 8; Permilia dau age 6; Catherine dau age 4.
    • 1900 Lincoln Co, Smith Township line 37:
      Hogue, George H. age 35 farmer
      . Maggie L age 28 married 11 years 7 children 4 living
      . Mary dau age 10
      . Carrie dau age 6 (my grandmother)
      . Charles son age 4
      . Alex son age 3/12 (he must have died young)

Margaret "Maggie" L. Brown's father, Jacob Alexander Brown is buried in Mt. Zion Presbyterian
Church cemetery between Monticello and Pine Bluff; just at the border of Lincoln & Jefferson Counties.
His marker says J. Alexander Brown born Feb.13. 1849 died April 29 1900
I have not found any other census relating to her parents as of 3-00.

Other Brown markers:
William L. Brown 1819-1891>left side >N. M. Brown 1838-1924
Brown twins: 1909-1908; Brown little Brother 1910-1911; another small marker in same row (can't read)
Infant of JH & NE Hogue Feb 28,1869; Nancy Harper Hogue 1842-1873


*** family of Mary Jane Clower Hogue (wife of John Alexander Hogue):
James Lawrence Samuel Butts Clower (Rev.) & Fatha Anne Coker had
7 children:

  • Hattie Clower
  • Mary Jane Clower B. 10-9-1831 D. 4-18-1904 (was the 2nd oldest) **see Hogue lineage**
  • Jonathan Asbury Clower (Rev) B. 1839 D. 1891 mar. S.E. (unk) bur Mt. Pleasant
  • Martha A. Clower
  • Missouri F. Clower
  • Drucilla W. Clower
  • Daniel Asbury Clower born 1856 died 1890 Drew Co buried Mt Pleasant
    +Margaret Fryar born 1858 died 1905 Relfs Bluff, Lincoln Co bur. Mt Pleasant mar 24 Aug 1878
    • Father: Isaasc Bond Fryar & Sarah Anne Cavaness Fryar bur Mt Pleasant pg 172
      Children: (6)
      • Duff George & Blanche Wimberly Clower children
        Floyd Clower, Leland Clower, Mary Lou Clower sp. Hankins, George Duff Clower born
        5 Nov 1918 married Vivian Porter 22 Feb 1946 and had 3 children.
      • Juan F. Clower born ca 1879 Montongo, Lincoln Co died 1945
      • Leila Clower born 1881 deceased mar. Calhoun one child Travis Calhoun
      • Clifton Howard Clower born 23 April 1882 Relfs Bluff, Lincoln Co died 15 July 1945
        St Joseph Hosp Hot Springs. bur. Graceland cem Pine Bluff.
        +Lula Anne Hooker born 15 Dec 1894 died 17 May 1972 Star City bur Graceland
        4 children:
        1). Vivian Louise Clower born 20 April 1914 Tarry Lincoln Co
        + Guy Lucien Gill born March 1910 died Feb 1965 bur Graceland mar 1932
        one child
        2.)Julia Margaret Clower born 12 Nov 1915 Tarry, Lincoln Died 22 June 1983 Tarry
        sp-1. Cone Turner Jr. mar before 1940 one child
        sp-2. Joseph Watson McClain born Nov 1913 Died 29 Aug 1991 Tarry Lincoln
        mar Jan 1942 Monticello, one child
        3.) Myrtle Bly Clower born 4 April 1918 Tarry Lincoln died 11 April 1984 Shreveport
        mar 1936 to Leigh Chalmers Hutchinson born 10 June 1914 Caspiana LA died 23 Sept 1992 Shreveport LA. two children
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      •  
      • Samuel Isaac Clower born 20 May 1885 died 19 Feb 1937 Drew, bur Mt Pleasant
      •  
      • source of below:(Carolyn Hasting:
        Myrtle Clower born 1889 Drew died 1934 Drew bur Mt Pleasant sp
        Verner Dickson. His parents: Samuel Dunn & Florence Iva Owens Dickson
        of Allis (Wilmar)
        • Children are Frances Dickson (deceased) and Helen Marie Dickson (Monticello)


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My Speculated Hogge/Hogue straight line for Bennett Hogue:

William Hogue and Barbara Hume Hogue

2nd son:
William Hoge
was born in 1685 in VA.
+ Ann unknown married on Feb 9 1723. She died in 1759 in VA.

4th son:
George Hoge B. 6 Feb 1732 at Page, Shenendoah Valley, VA D. 1805 Green PA.
married 9 Dec 1756/7 Green, PA.
+Elizabeth Blackledge B. 1737 Berks Co, PA Died 1804 Green, PA

Proof: The Hoge Family by James Hoge Tyler (1846-1925)
George is listed on the DAR Patriot Index-Centennial Edition part 2:
George Hoge b. 2-6-1733 PA d. 1805 PA. m. Elizabeth Blackledge; PVT -PA

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      • Parents of Elizabeth: Thomas Blackledge Born 1707 Bucks Co, PA Died 7 December 1790 Lower Milford Twp, PA. married 15 April 1730 NJ to
        +Elizabeth Randall Born 1711 Lower Milford Twp Bucks Co, PA.

        Parents of Thomas Blackledge were
        William Blackledge Born 1670 England Died 1718 Southhampton Twp, Bucks (?Berks)Co., PA
        +Mary Duffield Born 25 October 1684 Philadelphia, PA
    • Son: the only child (we know) of George and Elizabeth Blackledge Hoge:
      William Hoge B. 1762 D. 1837 Marshall Co, TN
      +Nancy (Unk) B. 1775 York Co. SC D. 1850 (23 Oct 1836) Mar 1793/94
    • proven children:
      Bennett Hogue B. 27 Jan 1803 NC D. 18 March 1879 Drew Co., AR
      Ezekiel Hogue B. 8 June 1806 NC D. 15 Dec 1873 Lamar Co, TX
      Elizabeth Hogue B. 1 Aug 1808 York Co SC D. 13 June 1875 Grant Co AR
      + William Caple on 1929 York Co, SC. Elizabeth bur in Marvin Chapel Cem.,
      Lucretia Hogue B. 1810 York SC D. 1892 Grant Co AR bur. Marvin Chapel Cem.
      + Samuel McDowell Watson (mar in 1829)
      Edward Harvey Hogue B. ca. 1815 SC D. (TN 1840 census) mar. Marshall Co 1838
      +Mary Billington
      Hiram Hogue B. 5 Feb 1816 York Co SC D.after 1870 AR possible Grant Co.
      + Elizabeth Billington (mar in 1836).
      .
      . . son James W. Hogue CSA Co.D Hawthorn's Reg Vol INF -early 1862
      . . . James W. died Oct 1862 when he drowned in the MS River
    •  
    • Proof for above:
      Bennett Hogue Bible listing
      Bennett and Ezekiel Hogue.
      Ezekiel Hogue
      was executor of the Will of William Hogue
      Ezekiel Hogue married Sarah Templeton Watson dau of Samuel Watson (estate papers York Co case 45 file 1910 lived 1829)
      William Hogue bought fifty-four acres of land in Maury County from Samuel Wason on July 21, 1836.
      In 1841 his
      Widow Nancy deeded fifty-four acres to her two youngest sons, who sold the land in 1843, this deed was witnessed by Bennett Hogue.
      William's will was proved in 1837. He was about seventy-five years old when he died.
      (Researching in Harrisburg, PA --I did not find any other information BB-99)


Virgil J Trotter & Willie Ada Ford Trotter Will Book E page 160 Drew Co Library, Drew Co AR.
 
Bettye Bond