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 John Hogg

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John Hogg

  • Birth 1776 Hancock County, Georgia, USA
  • Death 1862 Columbia County, Arkansas, USA
  • Burial Spotville, Columbia County, Arkansas, USA
  • Memorial ID 84649411

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Son of James Hogg, Jr. & Chole Middleton.

Married abt. 1803 in GA to Mary "Polly" Foster.

Their issue:

1. William Buchanan "Buck" Hogg (1804-1859)
2. Sarah Middleton "Sallie" Hogg (1806-1887)
3. Holland Middleton "Hallie" Hogg C.S.A. (1816-1900)
4. Arthur Foster Hogg (1819-1883)
5. James Middleton Hogg (1823-1869)
6. Cene Foster Hogg (1826-1914)

Others??? There is a 10 year gap between Sallie & Hallie!

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JOHN HOGG Born 1776 * Died 1862
John Hogg was in Union County, Arkansas before 1830. On the census of that year he was on page 143 next to WILLIAM CORNISH who had married Sarah Middleton Hogg, the daughter of William Henry Hogg, in 1819 in Conecuh County, Alabama. Conecuh County was made in 1818 from Monroe County, which was in 1815 by Creek Cession. Then Henry County was made in 1819 from Conecuh County. Covington County was made from Henry County in 1821, and the Clark County was made in 1812 from Washington County. Washington County was made in 1800 from Mississippi territory and Baldwin County made in 1809 from Washington County and part of Florida. This development of counties is very important to show the exact location of the Hogg family for 1799 to 1820. In 1810 John Hogg and James Hogg was in Washington County, Mississippi Territory and a Holland Hogg was in Amite County, Mississippi Territory in 1805. ( Is James and Holland John's Hogg's brothers ) In Florida, land information shows: Jackson, County, Florida in the mid-1820's a Hatton M. Hogg, ( M. = Middleton ) , John Hogg, William Hogg and Benjmain Hogg. This was in Graceville, which is located just inside the Florida Line from Alabama. In 1819, Florida only had 5,000 white settlers. In 1822 it became a territory. Early settlers were predominantly Irish. Jackson county was made in 1822 from Escambia County, an original county. ( These may be all brothers ) The Census of 1830 Arkansas Territory shows John Hogg living in Arkansas, which is now Union County. His household was listed as 1 male between 5 - 10 years, 2 males between 10 - 15 years, 1 male between 25 and 30 years, 1 male between 40 - 50 years, and 1 male between 50, 60 years. Two females were listed - 1 female between 5 - 10 years, 1 female between 40 - 50 years. The Census of 1840 Arkansas, Union County shows, John Hogg's household listed as 1 male between 15 - 20 years, 2 males between 20 - 30 years 1 male between 30 - 40 years and 1 male between 60 - 70 years. Two females are listed - 1 female between 10 - 15 years and 1 female between 50 - 60 years. The male and female between 50 - 70 years was John and Mary Hogg. The Female listed between 10 - 15 years was Cene Foster Hogg. The male listed between 15 and 20 years was Holland Middleton Hogg. The two males listed between 20 -30 years and the male listed between 30 and 40 years is unknown. In a interview in 1911 in Union County Arkansas, Hallie (Holland, or Halland) Middleton Hogg says that "his father had been in the War of 1812 and that his parents were " John Hogg" and " Mary Foster," the daughter of John Foster. He also said that he was born in Jackson County, Florida and that his father and parents were from Ireland. He was a member of the Christian Church and that he married Mary Ann Goley the daughter of Tom Goley on December 23, 1840, in Union County Arkansas. ( See Hatton Middelton Hogg and Mary Ann Goley ) John Hogg is listed in the 1850 Census of Union County. #394 Van Buren Township, John Hogg, b. ca 1776 Georgia; wife Mary (Foster ), b. ca 1787; Holen, 30. b. ca. 1820 Alabama and Cenia / Sena F. ( Foster ), 23 b. ca 1827 Florida. ( She married J. G. Gatlin ). Census of 1850 Van Buren Township #317/317, Microcopy M342 Roll 30 lists John Hogg 74 M (Ga ) , Farmer, Mary F (Ga ) 63, Holen 30 M ( Ala ) , Farmer, Cenia 23 F. (Fla ) - In home of J. M. Shaw, b. 1822, SC.
Taken from Jerry Hogue`s Writting. * Some information taken from Arkansas Tracks and Traces, published by the Union County Genealogical Society El Dorado, Arkansas.

[Brøderbund Family Archive #255, Ed. 1, Land Records AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI 1790-1907, Date of Import: Jun 24, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.255.1.29422.4
Patentee Name: Hogg, John
Accession Number: AL0110__.027
State: Alabama
Volume: 110 Page: 27 Document Number: 27
Land Office: Cahaba Aliquot
Part Reference: W½NW Section Number: 8 Township: 18 North Range: 12 East
Meridian/Survey Area: St. Stephens Meridian Act/Treaty
Authorizing Sale: Sale-Cash Entries
Date Signed: Sep 27, 1821
Acreage: 79.81
Signed: Yes, the document on file at the BLM contains a signature.

[Brøderbund Family Archive #255, Ed. 1, Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI 1790-1907, Date of Import: Jan 22, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.255.1.29422.6] Patentee Name: Hogg, John
Accession Number: FL0040__.302
State: Florida
Volume: 40 Page: 302 Document Number: 179
Land Office: Tallahassee Aliquot
Part Reference: E½NE Section Number: 23 Township: 6 North Range: 12 West
Meridian/Survey Area: Tallahassee Meridian Act/Treaty
Authorizing Sale: Sale-Cash Entries
Date Signed: Apr 2, 1827
Acreage: 79.78
Signed: Yes, the document on file at the BLM contains a signature.

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  • Originally Created by: Hank Rogers
  • Added: 7 Feb 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 84649411
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for John Hogg (1776–1862), Find A Grave Memorial no. 84649411, citing Bethlehem Cemetery, Spotville, Columbia County, Arkansas, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave (contributor 8) .