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Elvero Crowell "E C" Hoag
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Birth: Nov. 11, 1870
Carthage
Jasper County
Missouri, USA
Death: Dec. 2, 1959
Los Angeles County
California, USA

h/o May June (currently unknown)

Mayflower descendant.

Birth: in Marion township, Jasper county, Missouri.

Census: 1880, age 9, Carthage, Jasper oounty, Missouri, with parents, father clerk in a lumber yard.

Census: 1910, age 28, Joplin, Jasper county, Missouri with wife and widowed mother who birthed one child.

Census: 1920, age 49, Saint Louis, Missouri, with wife, railroad commissioner.

Jennie's May 3rd 1880 letter makes note of Mr GRAY wants to take some of her painted panels to a cousin in Missouri.

Dec 1886, reportedly in Fayetteville, Washington county, Arkansas (E A Hoag, sic) with mother, a cousin of widower Colonel Oliver Crosby GRAY, living on west Dickson street who lost his 1st wife, Jennie, in August 1886, is noted in 1925 article by Wiley Paul McNAIR, Frisco Agent, as having been given a message from his cousin, Carl R GRAY, to his father concerning upcoming December wedding in Oswego, Labette county, Kansas.

Hattie E WILLIAMS' 1958 published story about her chilhood memories of the Gray Family mentions a relative and son staying with Colonel GRAY following demise of 1st wife. Gray family  

1902 - 1910: Commerical Agent, Frisco RR Joplin, Jasper county, Missouri, working along side Thomas J Franks

1903 - Carthage newspaper article to wit: Elvero Hoag was in town today maintaining the dignity of the Frisco system.

1913: Supervisor of farm marketing for Sanit Louis & San Franscico Railway's (Frisco) department of development in Saint Louis.

1914 Frisco into receivership, reported as then being headed by his cousin, Carl Raymond GRAY, after resigning as president of Great Northern Railway compamny.

1920: Upon return of [Frisco] roads to private control on March 1, 1920, was appointed assistant industrial commissioner, in Saint Louis office.


1927: Industrial agent for Union Pacific Railway Systems (its president, cousin Carl R Gray), noted in United States Geodetic Survey (USGS) paper concerning minerals at Boulder Dam site.

1956: he and wife included in Harriette Amanda (Flora) Gray's will receiving 5 shares each of Union Pacific stock while living at Palms Court, 528 south Chapel avenue, Alhambra, California.

Death: in Los Angeles, California, cause and burial site currently unknown.

Father: Addison Chittendon HOAG b 11 OCT 1839 in Lenawee county, Michigan (father Amos, Vermont, mother Emeline, New Jersey)
Mother: Ann Elizabeh "Lizzie" CROWELL b: 23 DEC 1839, in Jefferson, Lincoln county, Maine, found in Hennepin county, Minnesota territory 1857 with Aunt Elizabeth (Kennedy) Weeks GRAY, believed to have moved from Maine following mother's 1856 death to Minnesota territory with the Gray family.

Marriage: Mary June (currently unknown) b: Missouri (father Vermont, mother Ohio)
Married: 15 DEC 1903, Parsons, Labette county, Kansas

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 Parents:
  Addison Chittendon Hoag (1839 - ____)
  Ann Elizabeth Crowell Hoag (1839 - 1913)
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Bill
Record added: May 03, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69310435
 


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