John Hogg, I, The Immigrant

Male Bef 1638 - Bef 1703  (~ 65 years)


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  • Name John Hogg 
    Suffix I, The Immigrant 
    Born Bef 1638  (United Kingdom) Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3
    Gender Male 
    Immigration 22 May 1657  New Kent County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 4
    Possessions 16 Mar 1663  [2
    Died Bef 1703  (New Kent County, Colony of Virginia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3
    Person ID I32023  The Hennessee Family
    Last Modified 21 Jan 2016 

    Family Mary LNU,   d. Aft 1703, (New Kent County, Colony of Virginia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Y  [1
    Children 
     1. William Hogg, I,   b. 1662-1683, New Kent County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Nov 1749, Hanover County, Colony of Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years)
    Last Modified 11 Dec 2018 
    Family ID F11656  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
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  • Notes 
    • "The Hogg Surname Centre", website; http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hogg/

      "John Hogg Immigrant 1653", blog, http://johnhogg1653.blogspot.com/

      end of note [5]
    • The Descendants of John Hogg, I - http://hdhdata.org/roots/c4085.html

      Immigrated to New Kent County, Virginia Colony, circa 1657

      note no. 1

      The arrival of John Hogg in Virginia is documented in "Cavaliers and Pioneers", by Nell Marion Nugent, Vol.1, page 346, as follows:

      CAPT. LEONARD CHAMBERLAIN, 650 acs, New Kent Co., on branches of Arraciaco Sw., 22 May 1657, p.96, (142), 300 acs. by patend dated 27 Oct. 1653; 350 acs. for trans. of 7 pers:Mary Wooderd (?), Jno Lee, Jno. Martin, Jno Hooke, Rich. White, John Hogg, Tho. Maple.

      note no. 2

      A second entry in "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Vol. I, page 451, records a patent in the name of John Hogg: JOHN HOGG, 140 acs. New Kent Co., 16 Mar 1663, p. 179 (68), Upon Warrany branches, beg at cor. of Mr. Hopes land &c to Mr. Barnhouse &c. Renewal of patent dated 27 Aug 1659. The patent dated 27 Aug 1659 is not recorded in "Cavaliers and Pioneers".

      note no. 3

      Warrany Branches, sometimes called Warrany Creek, is in Blisland Parish, in the extreme Eastern part of New Kent Co. It provides the name for one of the churches of Blisland Parish, Warrany Church. The headwater of the creek is not far from the York River, but it flows south and in the 17th century it drained into the Chickahominy River. Today it is called Wahrani Swamp. It provides a course for a popular hiking trail, and it drains into the Diascund Creek Reservoir, a manmade lake that is part of the water system of the city of Newport News. On a 1930 USGS topo map, the headwater of the creek is at 37.486N and 76.856W. From there it flows as what appears to be a narrow stream to 37.453N and 76.872W where it broadens, presumably due to the water level of the lake. From that point it flows into the main part of the lake at 37.349N and 76.882W. It is said that Warrany Church was built on high ground near the head of Warrany Creek overlooking the York River.

      note no. 4

      There is a third entry in "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Vol. I, page 564, that refers to a John Hogg which might also be this John Hogg:

      FARDINANDO AUSTIN, 1500 acs. in Chas. Citty & James Citty Counties, 5 Jan 1664, p. 528 (646), On N. & S. side of the head of Moyses Run, boundind S. on Henry Cantrells land, now in possession of Mr. Horsmanden, S. on Mr. Hamlins land, Wly. on Queens Cr. run and Nly. on the head of Pease Hill Sw. 1200 acs. by patent 25 Feb. 1653 & 300 acs. for trans. of 6 pers: Jno. Roberts, Wm. Thomas, Evan Davis, Jno. Hogg, Wm. Frisell, Jno. Morecroft. note no. 5 The quit rent roll for 1703 for New Kent Co., published in "Virginia Mag. of Histy. & Biog.", Vol. 31, page 221, lists John Hogg Jr. with 260 acres, Mary Hogg with 140 acres, and William Hogg with 200 acres, all in the parishes of St. Peter's and St. Paul's in New Kent Co., VA.

      It seems that Mary Hogg is the widow of John Hogg the immigrant, since her land is the same number of acres as the land grant of 1659 (an unuasual tract size), and that John Hogg Jr. and William Hogg are sons of John Hogg.

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    • More...

      John Hogg came to Virginia in 1657 as headright* to Capt. Leonard Chamberlain (C&P Vol. 1, p. 346, 451). He settled in New Kent Co. As a result of the DNA study, we have learned that line NC1720, descendants of Gideon Hogg of Caswell Co. NC, and line VA1790, descendants of Sampson Hogg of Virginia and Indiana, are part of this line. Consequently we have merged those trees into this tree. We are retaining the nomenclature NC1720 and VA1790 for consistancy and historical continuity.

      * A headright is a legal grant of land to settlers. Headrights are most notable for their role in the expansion of the thirteen British colonies in North America; the Virginia Company of London gave headrights to settlers, and the Plymouth Company followed suit. The headright system was used in several colonies, including Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Most headrights were for 1 to 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of land, and were given to anyone willing to cross the Atlantic Ocean and help populate the colonies. Headrights were granted to anyone who would pay for the transportation costs of a laborer or indentured servant. These land grants consisted of 50 acres (200,000 m2) for someone newly moving to the area and 100 acres (0.40 km2) for people previously living in the area. By giving the land to the landowning masters the indentured servants had little or no chance to procure their own land. This kept many colonials poor and led to strife between the poor servants and wealthy landowners. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headright

      minimal pedigrees of DNA donors in this line:

      1 John Hogg of New Kent Co. VA b. before 1638 d. before 1703
      2 William Hogg of St. Paul's Parish, New Kent/Hanover Co. VA b.1682-1683, New Kent Co. VA d.ca.1749
      3 Milbourn Hogg b.ca.1707, New Kent Co. VA d.ca.1764
      . 4 John Hogg b.ca.1739, Hanover Co. VA d.1814, Amherst Co. VA
      . . 5 Samuel Hogg/Hogue b.17_Aug_1767. Amherst Co. VA d.1853, Wayne Co. IN
      . . 6 Samuel Theodore Hogue b.14_Feb_1816, Amherst Co. VA d.15_Feb_1892, Montgomery MO
      . . 7 Milburn Norman Hogue b.31_Oct_1849, Centerville, Wayne Co. IN d.9_Jun_1936, Plainview, Hale Co. TX
      . . 8 Samuel Tilden Hogue b.18_Nov_1876, Pottsboro, Grayson Co. TX d.22_Dec_1960, Phoenix AZ
      . . . 9 Austin Donald Hogue b.26_Jan_1924, Dorchester, Grayson Co. TX d.24_Nov_2000, Phoenix AZ
      . . . 10 Project ID VA1657a: desc of John Hogg of New Kent Co. VA (Y-DNA and autosomal DNA)
      . . 8 Houston Homer Hogue b.29_Aug_1900, Basin Springs, Grayson Co. TX d.3_Jan_1963, Corvallis OR
      . . 9 Project ID ATF0025 (autosomal DNA)
      . 4 Milbourn Hogg of Albemarle Co. VA
      . 5. William Hogg of Albemarle Co. VA (Milbourn -> William not proved)
      . 6 Sampson Hogg b.1790-1800, Virginia (William -> Sampson not proved)
      . 7 James R. Hogg b.1812, Virginia (Sampson -> James R. not proved)
      . 8 Marion Hogg b.1832, Indiana
      . 9 James Robert Hogg b.Jan_1863, Jennings Co. Indiana, d. before 1920
      . 10 John Edmund Hogg b.14_Feb_1884, Poplar Bluff MO
      . 11 Project ID VA1790a: desc of Sampson Hogg b.1790-1800 VA (Y-DNA and autosomal DNA)
      3 Gideon Hogg Sr. b.1720, Hanover Co. VA d.Apr_1793, Caswell Co. NC
      . 4 William Hogg (Hogge) Sr. rev. war soldier b.1747-1750 d.1810, Barren Co. KY
      . . 5 Archellas Hogg b.ca.1774, North Carolina d.aft.1860, Benton Co. MO
      . . . 6 Gibson Hogg-Hogue b.ca.1816, Perry Co. KY d.10_Mar_1863, Helena AK, on the hospital boat NASHVILLE
      . . . 7 Archelius (Arches) Hogue b.27_Jul_1858, Miller Co. MO d.9_Oct_1931, New Hope, Bates Co. MO
      . . . 8 Alonzo Leonard Hogue b.30_Dec_1883, Brumley, Miller Co. MO d.28_May_1939, Butler, Bates Co. MO bu. Morris Cemetery, Nyhart, Bates Co. MO
      . . . 9 Glenard Paul Hogue b.18_Mar_1916, Brumley, Miller Co. MO d.28_Mar_2001, Salem UT
      . . . 10 Project ID ATD0060 (autosomal DNA)
      . . 5 Reuben William Hogg b.1775-1778, Virginia d.27_Jul_1839, Barren Co. KY
      . . . 6 William Hogg Sr. b.1801 d.1829
      . . . . 7 William Hogg Jr. b.1829 d.1924
      . . . . 8 Hon. John Wesley Hogg b.1864 d.1949
      . . . . 9 Clarence Undrel Hogg b.1894 d.1984
      . . . . 10 Raymond Hogg b.1917 d.2006
      . . . . 11 Living Hogg
      . . . . 12 Troy S. Hogg, PhD, Project ID NC1720a: desc of Gideon Hogg of Caswell Co. NC #1
      . . . 6 John Wisdom Hogg b.1815, Barren Co. KY d. ca.1851, Polk Co. MO
      . . . 7 William H. Hogg b.3_Mar_1843, Barren Co. KY d.31_May_1924, Polk Co. MO
      . . . 8 Robert Warner Hogg b.1_Mar_1871, Greene, Polk Co. MO d.29_May_1913, Granite, Greene Co. OK
      . . . 9 Leslie Earl Hogg b.1_Jun_1900, Missouri d.31_Oct_1978, Granite, Greene Co. OK
      . . . 10 Living Hogg b.6_Aug_1927, Oklahoma
      . . . 11 John Leslie Hogg b.18_Aug_1948, Granite, Greene Co. OK d. Texas
      . . . 12 Project ID NC1720b: desc of Gideon Hogg of Caswell Co. NC #2
      . . 5 Gibson Hogg-Hogue b.1780, Wilkes Co. NC d.1840, Conway Co. AR
      . . 6 E. G. Hogue b.1820, Tennessee d.1850-1860, Conway Co. AR
      . . 7 Charles Carroll Hogue b.1853, Arkansas d.1876, Arkansas
      . . 8 Thomas Benjamin Hogue b.1877, Faulkner Co. AR d._1951, Oklahoma City OK
      . . 9 Charles William Hogue b.1901, Magazine, Logan Co. AR d.1982, Tulsa OK
      . . 10 Charles Calvin Hogue b.1927, Oklahoma City OK d.2013
      . . 11 Project ID NC1720c: desc of Gideon Hogg of Caswell Co. NC #3
      . 4 Mourning Hogg (Monie) b.ca.1756 m.1766, Caswell Co. NC wife of Abraham Denton III d. Monroe Co. TN
      . . 5 Nancy Mourning Denton b.1776, Green Co. TN m.1797, White Co. TN wife of Samuel A. Moore Jr. d.27_Dec_1866, White Co. TN
      . . 6 Samuel Ottison Moore (Otto) b.1805-1807, White Co. TN
      . . 7 Tabitha Moore b.1828, White Co. TN wife of Samuel Clark Swindle d. after 1880, White Co. TN
      . . 8 James Monroe "Mon" Swindle b.10_Feb_1846, White Co. TN d.12_Mar_1904, White Co. TN
      . . 9 Vernia Elvira Seindell b.1_Jun_1894, Green Briar, White Co. TN wife of Perry G. Byars d.1_Apr_1985, McMinnville, Warren Co. TN
      . . 10 Robert Lucile Byars b.6_Dec_1918, Keltonburg, DeKalb Co. TN wife of Bertha Hennessee d.23_Mar_2008, McMinnville, Warren Co. TN
      . . 11 Project ID ATF0062 (autosomal DNA)
      . 4 Andrew Hogg-Hogue b.ca.1762 d.29_Aug_1838, Casey Co. KY
      . 5 John Hogue b.1792, Caswell Co. NC d.1860, Casey Co. KY
      . 6 Madison Henderson Hogue b.1813, Casey Co. KY d. after 1880, Casey Co. KY
      . . 7 William Madison Hogue b.20_Sep_1845, Casey Co. KY d.26_Jan_1936, Lincoln Co. KY
      . . 8 Luther Martin Hogue b.18_May_1878, Lincoln Co. KY d.1_May_1963, Lincoln Co. KY
      . . 9 Joseph Madison Hogue b.22_Sep_1926, Lincoln Co. KY d.29_Mar_1995, Hustonville, Lincoln Co. KY
      . . 10 Living Hogue
      . . 11 Project ID NC1720d: desc of Gideon Hogg of Caswell Co. NC #4; Project ID ATA0086 (autosomal DNA)
      . 6 James Harrison Hogue b.1816, Casey Co. KY d. after 1875, Casey Co. KY
      . 7 William Hogue b.1842, Casey Co. KY
      . 8 Gertrude Hogue b.3_May_1888, Junction City, Boyle Co. KY m.10_Jan_1914, Bloomfield, Greene Co. IN wife of Elihah E. Edington
      . 9 Edmond E. Edington b.12_May_1926, LInton, Greene Co. IN d.31_Mar_2000, Ocala, Marion Co. FL
      . 10 Project ID ATA0039 (autosomal DNA)
      3 Elizabeth Ann Hogg wife of Abraham Denton III d.1770
      4 John Denton b.17_Jun_1759, Dunsmore Co, VA d.5_Jul_1842, Monroe Co. TN
      5 Isaac Denton Sr. b.28_Feb_1794, Tennessee d.8_Feb_1883, Caloosa Co. GA
      6 Isaac Denton Jr. b.1830
      7 Martha Elizabeth Denton b.2_Npv_1861, Monroe Co. TN wife of Francis N. Eddleman d.20_Jul_1934, McKinney TX
      8 Isaac Francis Eddleman b.10_Oct_1900, Floyd, Hunt Co. TX d.15_Sep_1987, McKinney Tx
      9 Living Eddleman b. aft 1913 wife of Benjamin L. Hamilton
      10 Project ID ATF0050 (autosomal DNA)

      end of registry [3]
    • More data: All Virginia

      William Hogg transported to Virginia, 30 Jan 1650 -- by John Armesbee *John Armesbee given grant of land in Northumberland County VA for the transport

      Andrew Hogg -- brought over by John Ashley and Mr. Hamper in 1653

      Thomas Hogg -- was one of 47 persons who in 1656 accompanied Southy Littleton to Northampton County, Virginia

      Robert Hogg -- one of nine persons brought over by Henry Vincent

      *John Hogg (SR)-- came to New Kent County in 1657 -- sponsored by Capt Leonard Chambeline

      *John Hogg (SR) on 27 Aug 1659 paid for the transportation of 3 persons -- given a land grant of 140 acres "upon Warrenty Branches, beginning at the corner of Mr. Hope's Land".....to Mr. Barnhouse's bountry". Patent renewed 16 Mar 1663.

      Quit Rent Rolls for 1704 -- Parish of St Peter's and St Paul's in New Kent, Virginia

      John Hogg (JR) -- 260 acres
      Mary Hogg -- 140 acres *this appears to be the original grant of 140 acres given to John Hogg (SR) in 1659
      William Hogg - 200 acres

      *Virginia Magazine of History and Biographies -- Vol 31 page 221

      *Comment: There is 41 years between the nenewal (1663) of the land grant of John Hogg (SR) and the grant to Mary Hogg in 1704 -- was Mary a wife? It may have been a Dower portion as the widow of John Hogg (SR)

      The DNA results show Gideon to be descended from JOHN HOGG (SR) -- the immigrant of 1657 --

      John (SR) had sons John (JR) and William -- there is evidence, he also had George Hogg -- who was involved in 4 lawsuits in 1685 in York County, Virginia.

      *George Hogg had established his home in Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia by 1678 -- by 1685, he had removed to Ablingdon Parish in Virginia.

      The Register of Ablingdon Parish, Virginia list the following children for George Hogg:

      1- George Hogg (B-1710 VA) married 8 Aug 1730 -- Mary Caul
      2- Elizabeth Hogg (B- 1712 VA) married 27 Oct 1732 -- George Moore
      3- Son (unnamed ) (B-1714 VA) married 16 Jan 1738 -- Mary -----
      4- Richard Hogg (B-1717 VA;D1784) married 18 Feb 1758 -- Mary Austin
      5- Sarah Hogg (B- 27 Apr 1718 VA) married John Coke

      Gideon named his son's: John; William; Gideon; and Andrew.....the name of George did not appear (nor has it been used in the lines from him) ....but John and William were used.....

      The lines out of William Hoge and Barbara Hume have been eliminated through the DNA results taken from a descendant of Gideon Hogg and a descendant of John Hogg (SR) the immigrant.

      Will dig some more when I have time --

      Your thoughts?

      Louise

      Louise Boss
      louisehboss@aol.com

      end of record [4]
    • descendants of John Hogg of New Kent Co. VA

      more notes and comments

      1. Entries found in Nugent's "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Vol. 1

      John Hogg is mentioned as a headright in a land grant to Capt. Leonard Chamberlain in New Kent County in 1657. An abstract of this land grant can be found in Nell Marion Nugent's "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Volume 1, page 346. The abstract reads:

      CAPT. LEONARD CHAMBERLAIN 650 acs. New Kent Co., on branches of Arraciaco Sw., 22 May 1657, p. 96, (142). 300 acs. By patent dated 27 Oct. 1653; 350 acs. for trans. of 7 pers: Mary Wooderd (?), Jno, Lee, Jno. Martin, Jno. Hooke, Rich. White, John Hogg, Tho. Maple.

      Then, it seems, John Hogg received his own land grant in 1659. That grant is not in Nugent's book, but it is mentioned in 1663, when it is renewed. The abstract of the 1663 renewal of the 1659 grant is in "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Volume 1, page 451. It reads:

      JOHN HOGG 140 acs. New Kent Co., 16 Mar 1663, p. 179, (68). Upon Warrany Branches, beg. at cor. of Mr. Hopes land &c to Mr. Barnhouse &c. Renewal of patent dated 27 Aug. 1659.

      Finally, there is a third grant mentioned in "Cavaliers and Pioneers", Volume 1, page 564. The abstract of this third grant reads:

      FARDINANDO AUSTIN, 1500 acs. In Chas. Citty & James Citty Ciunties, 5 Jan 1664. P. 528 (646). On N. & S. side of the head of Moyses Run, bounding S. on Henry Cantrells land, now in possession of Mr. Horsemanden, S. on Mr. Hamlins land, Wly. on Queens Cr, Nly. on the head of Pease hill Sw. 1200 acs. by patent of 25 Feb. 1653 & 300 acs. for trans. of 6 pers. Jno. Roberts, Wm. Thomas, Evan Davis, Jno. Hogg, Wm. Frisell, Jno. Morecroft.

      It is not clear that this is the same John Hogg. but it is possible that he traveled from England to Virginia more than once and was counted as a headright for each passage.

      2. The Location of the John Hogg Land Grant

      Warrany Branches, sometimes called Warrany Creek, is in Blisland Parish, in the extreme Eastern part of New Kent County. It provided the name for one of the churches of Blisland Parish, Warrany Church. The headwater of the creek is not far from the York River, but it flows South and in the 17th century it drained into the Chickahomani River. Today it is called Wahrani Swamp, it provides the course for a popular hiking trail, and it drains into the Diascund Creek Reservoir, a manmade lake that is part of the water system of the city of Newport News. On a 1930 USGS topo map, the headwater of the creek is at 37.486N and 76.856W. From there it flows as what appears to be a narrow stream to 37.453N and 76.872W where it broadens, presumable due to the water level of the lake. From that point it flows into the main part of the lake at 37.439N and 76.882W. It is said that Warrany Church was built on high ground near the head of Warrany Creek overlooking the York River.

      3. The 1703 Quint Rent Roll

      The next available record of the Hogg's in New Kent County is the quit rent roll of 1703. It lists land owners John Hogg Junior with 260 acres, Mary Hogg with 140 acres, and William Hogg with 200 acres. I have not seen the original document, but Mrs. Ironmonger cites a transcription from "Virginia Mag. of Histy. & Biog.", Vol 31, p. 221, which, she reports, says that all are in the parish of St. Peter's and St. Paul's in New Kent County, Virginia. It seems that Mary Hogg is the widow of John Hogg the immigrant, since her land is the same number of acres as the land grant of 1659, and that John Hogg Jr. and William Hogg are sons of John Hogg. John Hogg Jr. and William Hogg have their own land at this time.

      4. Parish Records Extant

      New Kent County was formed in 1654 by separating it from York County. At that time, the county consisted of Blisland Parish in the Eastern part of the county and St. Peter's Parish in the remaining part of the county. In 1706, St. Paul's Parish was separated from St. Peter's Parish. St. Paul's Parish consisted of the Western half of New Kent County. Then in 1720, St. Paul's Parish was separated from New Kent County to form Hanover County. The parish records extant today are

      (1) The register of St. Peter's Parish, 1680-1787

      (2) The vestry book of St. Peter's Parish, 1682-1758

      (3) The vestry book of St. Paul's Parish, 1706-1786

      (4) The vestry book of Blisland Parish, 1721-1786
      Blisland Parish covered the territory between Schimino Creek and Ware Creek, St. Peter's Parish (after St. Paul's Parish was established) covered the territory between Ware Creek and line between the present day New Kent County and the present day Hanover County, and St. Paul's Parish covers all of the present day Hanover County.

      I have found no mention of any Hogg's in either the register of the vestry book of St. Peter's Parish. John Hogg Jr. is found in the Blisland Parish vestry book, indicating that he lived in the Eastern part of New Kent County. William Hogg is found in the St. Paul's vestry book, indicating that he lived in the Western part of New Kent County that became Hanover County.

      5. Entries in the Blisland Parish Vestry Book

      The Blisland Parish vestry book contains the following entries (page numbers are those of the printed transcript):

      p.34 15_Jun_1728, John Hogg, teller of tob.

      p.37 16_Jun_1729, John Hogg, continued as viewer and teller of tob.

      p.97 8_Oct_1746, Mr. William Hogg elected vestryman

      p.98 14_Oct_1747, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.101 14_Oct_1748, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.106 31_Oct_1749, to Mr. William Hogg for a barrel of corn for Richd.
      Gilmett

      p.108 18_Mar_1750, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.109 9_Oct_1750, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.112 6_Mar_1750, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.113 16_Oct_1751, Mr. William Hogg, church warden

      p.115 16_Oct_1751, to Mr. William Hogg his acco.

      p.118 3_Oct_1752, to Mr. William Hogg his acco.

      p.119 3_Oct_1752, Mr. William Hogg, church warden, Mr. Gill Armistead church
      warden in his stead

      p.120 9_Oct_1753, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.122 9_Oct_1753, to Mr. William Hogg for 350 ft of 1-1/2 inch plank for floor
      of Glebe

      p.124 22_Jun_1754, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.125 17_Oct_1754, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.128 2_Sep_1755, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.133 12_Oct_1756, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.137 6_Oct_1757, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.141 16_Oct_1758, Mr. William Hogg, vestryman

      p.154 19_Oct_1761, new vestrymen appointed in the stead of Mr. William Hogg
      dec. and others

      p.171 20_Oct_1766, to Mary Hogg for keeping Sarah Valentine for 3 mo.

      p.206 28_Apr_1777, to Capt. Richard Allen for Mrs. Mary Hogg maintaining a
      child of Thomas Smith
      From these records we conclude that John Hogg Jr., son of John Hogg the immigrant lived in Blisland Parish, died after 1729, and had a son, William, who was a prominent member of the community. William died between 1658 and 1661. Mary was probably William's widow.

      6. Entries in the St. Paul's Parish Vestry Book

      The St. Paul's vestry book contains the folloeing entries (again, page numbers are those of the printed transcript):

      p.24 1_Jan_1707/8, William Hogg ordered to help build a horse bridge over
      Bever Dam Swamp

      p.57 8_Aug_1715, William Hogg ordered to help clear a road from Mr. John
      White's Mill to Polegreens Old Field

      p.219 24_Sep_1708/9, survey of lands, precinct no. 34: Christopher Clarke,
      Alex. McKenney, Thomas Bowles, and William Hogg

      p.221 17_Mar_1711/12, land of Christopher Clark, William Hogg, Alex. McKensy,
      John Martin, Thomas Johnson, and Thomas Bowles

      p.233 3_Apr_1716, survey of lands, precinct no.3: Thomas Johnson, William
      Hogg, Alex. McKensy, John Martin, and Thomas Bowles

      p.256 10_Aug_1719, survey of lands, precinct no. 3: Thomas Johnson, William
      Hogg, Christopher Clark, Alex. McKenzy, John Martin, and Thomas Bowles

      p.280 29_Oct_1731, survey of lands: Robert Allen, Thomas Bowles, William
      Bowles, William Henderson, John Hogg, Milbourn Hogg, Samuel Merideth,
      John Kersey, George Bell, David Bell, Robert Webb, John Cobbs, Capt.
      Winstons Quarter, and John Oliver

      p.298 11_Sep_1739, survey of lands: Robert Allen, Thomas Bowles, William
      Bowles, William Henderson, John Hogg, Milbourn Hogg, Samuel Merideth,
      John Kersey, George Bell, David Bell, Robert Webb, John Cobbs, Capt.
      Winstons Quarter,and John Oliver

      p.172 8_Aug_1743, John Hogg, 1 levy overcharge

      p.308 18_Sep_1743, survey of lands, precinct no. 18: Robert Allen, Thomas
      Bowles, William Bowles, William Henderson, John Hogg, William Hogg,
      Samuel Merideth, John Kersey, George Bell, David Bell, Robert Webb,
      John Cobbs, Capt. Winston's Quarter, John Oliver, Capt. Isaac Winston,
      and Mr. Samyel Merideth

      p.320 30_Sep_1751, survey of lands, precinct no. 17: Samuel Merideth, George
      Bell, Elisha Merideth, Valentine Bowles, Widdow Bowles, Robert Lee,
      John Hogg, William Hogg, Isaac Winston, and Benjamin Oliver

      p.329 15_Oct_1751, Ordered that Alex, Watson take care of Mary Hogg daughter
      of Sarah Hogg two years at three Hundred pounds Tob. a year and to be
      bound to him according to Law

      p.330 10_Nov_1752, To Esther Watson for keeping Mary Hogg 1 year

      p.333 20_Oct_1753, To Esther Watson for keeping Mary Hogg a Bastard Child 1
      year

      p.351 17_Nov_1755, survey of lands: Samuel Merideth, George Bell, Elisha
      Merideth, Samuel Merideth Jr., Thomas Bowles, Robert Lee, John Hogg,
      William Hogg, Isaac Winston, and Benjamin Oliver

      p.365 8_Nov_1757, To John Hogg for keeping Samuel Skinning

      p.370 20_Oct_1758, To John Hogg for burying Samuel Shinning 2 months

      p.372 19_Nov_1759, To John Hogg for his support

      p.387 19_Nov_1759, survey of lands: Samuel Merideth, George Bell, Elisha
      Merideth, Samuel Merideth Jr., Thomas Bowles, Robert Lee, John Hogg,
      William Hogg, Isaac Winston, Benjamin Oliver

      p.396 25_Nov_1760, To John Hogg for his support
      p.399 24_Nov_1761, To John Hogg, his support to be lodged as above
      p.404 24_Nov_1762, To John Hogg towards his support to be lodged in y Wardens
      hands

      p.423 30_Nov_1763, survey of lands: Samuel Merideth, George Bell, Elisha
      Merideth, Capt. Samuel Merideth, Thomas Bowles, Robert Lee, John Hogg,
      William Hogg, Isaac Winston, Benjamin Oliver

      p.432 21_Nov_1764, To John Hogg, his support to be lodged as above

      p.436 19_Nov_1765, To John Hogg, his support to be lodged as above

      p.441 29_Nov_1766, To John Hogg for his support

      p.461 30_Sep_1767, survey of lands: heirs of John Hogg

      p.461 30_Sep_1767, survey of lands: Samuel Merideth, George Bell, Anthony
      Winston, Thomas Bowles, Micajah Hogg, Benjamin Oliver, William Bailey,
      Col. Daniel Custis Orphans, Thomas Haden, David Whitlock, Benjamin
      Morris, and Benjamin Tyree

      p.451 28_Sep_1768, To Micajah Hogg for moving Anthony Kenty

      p.484 12_Nov_1771, survey of lands, precinct no. 9: John Starke Jr., Samuel
      Meredith, Hezekiah Bowels, John Ellis, William Macon Sr., William Macon
      Jr. Wyatt Starke, Thomas Railey, John Railey, John Melton's Orphans,
      John Austin, George Bell, Micajah Hogg, Barret White, and Nathan Bell

      p.483 12_Nov_1771, survey of lands, precinct no. 8: William Bailey, John
      Woody, Micajah Woody, Samuel Woody, Thomas Hooper, John Howard, Elias
      White, John Hogg, Thomas Hogg, Daniel Boaz dec., James Mertin, Joseph
      Tally, William Tally, Samuel White, David White, Henty Wade Jr.,
      William Whicker, William Kirby, George Meridith, James Boatwright, Joel
      Melton, John Kirby, and Milbourn Hogg

      p.484 12_Nov_1771, survey of lands: William Baley dec., John Woody, Micajah
      Woody, Samuel Wooddy, Thomas Hooper, John Howard, Elias White, John
      Hogg, Thomas Hogg, Daniel Booz dec., James Mertain, Joseph Tally,
      William Tally, Samuel White, David White, Henty Wade Jr., William
      Whicker, William Kirby, George Meridith, James Boatwright, Joel Melto,
      John Kirby, and Milborn Hogg

      p.552 12_Nov_1779, survey of lands, precinct no. 8: William Bailey, John
      Woody, Micajah Woody, Samuel Woody, Thomas Hooper, John Howard, Elias
      White, John Hogg, Thomas Hogg, Daniel Booz dec., James Martin, Joseph
      Talley, William Talley, Samuel White, David White, Henry Wade Jr.
      William Whicker, William Kirbey, George Meredith, James Boatright, Joel
      Melton, John Kirbey, and N. Seabrook

      p.553 12_Nov_1779, survey of lands, precindt no. 9: John Starke Jr., Samuel
      Meredith, Hezekiah Bowels, John Ellis, William Macon Sr., William Macon
      Jr. the land that was Wyatt Starke, Thomas Railey, John Railey, John
      Melton's Orphans, John Austin, George Bell, Micajah Hogg, Barret White,
      and Nathan Bell

      p.581 26_Jan_1784, survey of lands, precinct no. 8: Micajah Woody, Samuel
      Woody, John Howard, Elias White, John Hogg, Thomas Hogg, Daniel Booz
      dec., James Martin, Joseph Talley, William Talley, Samuel White, David
      White, Henry Wade Jr., William Whicker, William Kirbey, George
      Meredith, James Boatright, Joel Melton, John Kirbey, Nicholas Seabrook,
      and Isaac Burnett

      p.582 26_Jan_1784, survey of lands, precinet no. 9: John Starke Jr., Samuel
      Meredith, John Ellis dec., William Macon Jr. the land that was Wyatt
      Starke, Thomas Railey, John Railey, John Meltons Orphans, John Austin,
      George Bell, Micajah Hogg, Barret White dec., Nathan Bell, and Samuel
      Woody
      From these records we conclude that William Hogg, son of John Hogg the immigrant lived in St. Paul's Parish, in New Kent County until 1720, in Hanover County after 1720. William is not mentioned after 1719. The next generation of Hogg men in Hanover County, presumably sons of William, are Milbourn, mentioned in the records from 1730 to 1742, John, mentioned in the records from 1730 to 1760, and William, mentioned in the records from 1742 to 1762. These men are followed by yet another generation consisting of Micajiah, mentioned in the records from 1766 to 1784 and Thomas, mentioned in the records from 1771 to 1784.

      7. Other Sources

      In addition, there are scattered tax records. For Hanover County in 1790 the personal property tax list includes Micajiah Hogg, Mary Hogg, and Thomas Hogg Sr. and the land tax list includes Micajiah Hogg and Thomas Hogg. Then in 1799 the personal property tax list includes Micajiah Hogg and the estate of Thomas Hogg and the 1800 land tax list includes Frances Hogg and Thomas Hogg.

      Mrs. Ironmonger, page 419, cites a few additional references from the Swem Library:

      (1) William and Mary Quarterly, Series 1, Vol. 22, p.121, Micajah Hogg, 1787, Hanover County

      (2) William and Mary Quarterly, Series 1, Vol. 23, p. 30, Thomas Hogg, 1788, Hanover County

      (3) William and Mary Quarterly, Series 1, Vol. 23, p.125, Francis Hogg, 1791, Hanover County

      (4) William and Mary Quarterly, Series 1, Vol. 26, p. 262, Elizabeth Hogg, 1787, King William Co.

      (5) Calendar of Virginia State Papers, Vol. 2, p. 626, Richard Hogg, 1781, Richmond VA
      8. Out of Hanover County

      Two men from Hanover County moved west. John Hogg appears on the tax list of Amherst County in 1783 and Milbourne Hogg is recorded in a deed in Albemarle County in 1777. John Hogg of Amherst County had a large family including a son names Milbourne. In the 1770 deed, Milbourne Hogg of Albemarle County is referred to as being of Hanover County. These facts lead to the conclusion that Milbourne Hogg of Albemarle County and John Hogg of Amherst County were sons of Milbourn Hogg of Hanover County.

      Most of the descendants of John Hogg of Amherst County choose to spell the name Hogue. Many of them moved west from there and settling in Indiana and Missouri and beyond

      end of comment [6]

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