|Birth: ||Jan., 1769|
|Death: ||Mar. 21, 1843|
Charles and Jane Hogshead immigrated to Monroe County, West Virginia in Nov 1822 and settled on land procured by his father embracing about 400 acres, called 'Two Corn Rights.' The old records report that Charles Hogshead was a most remarkable man. He lived his early years in Jennings Gap, Augusta County, Virginia where he manufactured surveyors' compasses; taught surveying and surveyed. His first compass was made of bone. Charles Hogshead was also one of the first dentists in Virginia. He made his own tools for that purpose. After moving to Monroe County, West Virginia he continued to practice dentistry in that and adjoining counties.
Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, Public Library, Genealogy Department - "Hogshead Family Bible", subjects Charles Hogshead & Jane McGlamery. Dated: January 11th 1844. Page 3.
"Trotter - Skiles Genealogy, HOGSHEAD Genealogy Dependency Report Descendant Register", Generation 3, #45 ii."
"Augusta County Marriages 1748-1850", page 112 - Charles & Jane McGlammery 28 March 1801; Jane (of age)
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume II", Lyman Chalkley, page 340
Ann Hogshead (____ - 1815)
Jane McGlamery Hogshead (1773 - 1857)
Isabella Hogshead (1803 - 1886)*
John Hogshead (1806 - 1857)*
Green Hill Cemetery
Union (Monroe County)
West Virginia, USA
Maintained by: Bob King
Originally Created by: Matthew Broyles
Record added: Mar 20, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6277654