|Birth: ||May 25, 1725|
|Death: ||Dec. 20, 1797|
Grave was moved from St. John's Lutheran Church to Rose Hill during the early 1920s - all graves were put into one mass unmarked grave.
Conrad Hogmire had emigrated from Germany in 1741 at the age of sixteen and settled in the western part of Frederick County. He was a surveyor and received many land grants. When Washington County was created on October 1, 1776, Colonel Hogmire was appointed one of the first County Commissioners. Almost 70 when he had this ample home built, the colonel was to own it only three years. In 1796 it was conveyed by his eldest son Samuel to Henry Schroeder along with 117 acres of land. Colonel Hogmire died in October of the following year at the age of 72.
Magdalena Munday Hogmire (1733 - 1806)
Samuel Hogmire (1759 - 1845)*
Jonas Hogmire (1762 - 1848)*
Rose Hill Cemetery
Created by: Chris☺☺
Record added: Mar 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35179879
Added: May. 23, 2016
"With God all things are possible" Matt.19:26|
Julie Myers Stephen
Added: May. 24, 2014
Merry Christmas Greeeeaaaat Grandpa Hogmire! :-) I wish I could have met you. I think of you more than you could ever know, and I look forward to meeting you in Heaven. Thank you again, for choosing to migrate to America, for I would not exist. You are ou...(Read more)|
Amber Adkins (Hogmire)
Added: Dec. 24, 2013
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