|Posted By:||R Ted Hoge|
|Subject:||Re: Mary HOGE Evans|
|Post Date:||March 02, 2003 at 17:47:30|
|Forum:||Hoge Family Genealogy Forum|
c-302 - MARY HOGE was born, about 1742, in Frederick County, Virginia. She died, in 1800/1802. Mary married Robert Evans. He was born, about 1758, in Frederick County and died, on February 11, 1802, in Tazewell County, Virginia. They were the grandparents of General Evans, who founded Evansville Indiana.
Their children were: (None of the below data is proven.)
1. Thomas Evans was born, before 1770. He died, in September 1829, in Washington County, Indiana. His wife was Ann Crow.
2. James Evans, Sr., was born, about 1757. He died, in 1808, in Kentucky. His wife was Elizabeth McMillan. They had a son:
a. General Robert M. Evans was born, in 1783, in Frederick County, Virginia. He died, in 1844, in Evansville, Indiana. General Evans married, Jan. 16, 1805, Jane Trimble, in Kentucky. Evansville, Indiana, was created, on 200 acres of land, purchased from the government, in 1812, by Hugh McGary, Jr. McGary enlisted General Robert M. Evans, an attorney and territorial legislator, for whom Evansville was ultimately named, to assist in incorporating Evansville as a city. Evansville was officially incorporated, on January 27, 1847, and has served as the economic and social hub for the Tri-State area since that time.
b. Thomas Evans
c. Martha (called Mattie) Evans. She was kidnapped, by the Indians, at Abbs Valley, in Tazewell County, Virginia.
3. Dorothy Evans married Eli Bread.
4. David Evans - No information.
5. Moses Evans - No information.
6. Jeretta Evans was born in 1760 and died on July 28, 1815. She married Peter Outhouse.
7. Mary Martha Evans,was born, in 1763 and died,in 1784. She married Michael Hummer.
8. Robert Evans, Sr., was born, in 1784 and died, in Cecil County, Missouri. His wife was Mary Crues/Cruse.
The above is all that I have on Robert Evans and Mary Hoge. I do not know how much of the above is true. It is from info provided to me by another person.