New York, USA
Civil War Veteran - 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery, and most probably was part of the defenses of Washington, D.C. during the latter part of the war (he enlisted in 1864).
Record found on WI Historical Society website, indicating his 1st marriage, in 1864, in Dane County, WI:
Hoag, Francis A. - Marriage, 1864, Dane
Hunt, Sucie [Lucie] - Marriage, 1864, Dane
Bride's name was actually Lucia Hunt
She is believed to have died in childbirth, along with her infant son.
Record found on WI Historical Society website, indicating his 2nd marriage, in 1867, Dane County, WI:
Hoey[Hoag], Francis - Marriage, Sep 25 1867, Dane
White, Mary - Marriage, Sep 25 1867, Dane
Mary Ann White Hoag was the mother of Francis' 3 children who lived to adulthood: Frances Genevera "Jennie", b.1869, Elmer Delmer 1870-1936, and Frank Leslie, 1872-1906.
When Francis became critically ill, Jennie and Elmer were taken in by their aunt & uncle, Cordelia & Rexford Peckham. Frank was adopted as an infant by Francis' neighbors and business partners, William and Harriet Marsh.
Lucia M. Hunt Hoag (1846 - 1866)
Elmer Delmer Hoag (1870 - 1936)*
Frank Leslie Hoag Marsh (1872 - 1906)*
Maintained by: A.E. Duston
Originally Created by: AlongTheWay
Record added: Aug 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95389645
Rest in peace, great-great-grandfather|
Added: Feb. 15, 2013