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Albert Allan Hoag
Birth: Oct. 31, 1867
Washington County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 21, 1948
Washington County
New York, USA

Albert Allan Hoag went by various nicknames; "Bert", "Allan" or just A.A. He was raised on the Hoag Family Farm in Easton, NY, by his parents Jonathan & Lydia Dwelle Hoag. In 1893 he took a trip out west to see the Chicago's World Fair and visit his Dwelle relatives in Northwood, Iowa.

On June 18, 1898, he married Mary Scofield Wood also of Easton, NY. Unfortunately "Mamie" died at age 42 in 1914. Her mother survived her for a few years and then Mamie's sister Europa Wood Saunders, "Ropie", became the surrogate mother for the four young children.

Allan had a fine tenor voice and sang solos while wife, Mamie, played the piano or organ and often sang with him at the Easton Dutch Reformed Church. Easton, NY was at that time noted for its concerts and musical evenings, including amateur theatricals, plays, minstrels, etc. at the Seminary and later Burton Hall.

Allan and Mamie first lived on the Hoag Farm in Easton along with his parents. Their four children were born there. In 1911 they retired from farming and moved to Greenwich Village to a grand house at 17 Prospect St.

Allan as a young man was an apprentice to a "cooper" (barrelmaker) in Grants Hollow but never followed that trade. Both he and Mamie attended Marshall Seminary. The Hoag children remember Jonathan and Allan as "men of leisure" without an everyday job.

Allan and Mamie's four children were: Frances Arlene, Dwelle Schofield, twins Meredith Wood and Martha Aurelia. Both Allan and Mamie are buried in the Greenwich Cemetery. His parents; Jonathan Elihu Hoag and Lydia Moore Dwelle are also buried there.

Note: Some of this information is from Betsey Welling's book, "They Were Here Too". (Writer is Allan's Granddaughter.) 
Family links: 
  Jonathan Elihu Hoag (1831 - 1927)
  Lydia Martin Dwelle Hoag (1835 - 1906)
  Mary Schofield Wood Hoag (1872 - 1914)*
  Frances Arlene Hoag Hodder (1902 - 1983)*
  Dwelle Schofield Hoag (1904 - 1975)*
  Meredith Wood Hoag (1910 - 1981)*
  Martha Aurelia Hoag Hillman (1910 - 1992)*
  Frances Abbie Hoag Whitley (1855 - 1947)**
  Elizabeth Hoag Allen (1864 - 1965)**
  Albert Allan Hoag (1867 - 1948)
*Calculated relationship
Greenwich Cemetery
Washington County
New York, USA
Plot: G213
Created by: Caroline Hoag
Record added: Dec 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62701227
Albert Allan Hoag
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Albert Allan Hoag
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Albert Allan Hoag
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- Caroline Hoag
 Added: Mar. 5, 2013
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