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Re: Agnes Crawford Hoge
Posted by: R Ted Hoge Date: January 25, 2001 at 14:09:48
In Reply to: Agnes Crawford Hoge by Jim Spraker of 514

James Hoge I died on June 2, 1795. His 1st wife was Nancy Griffith and his 2nd wife was Agnes Crawford. I know nothing about the ancestors of Agnes Crawford. In his will he names Agnus/Agnes:

Frederick County Virginia Will Book No. 6, 1795-1802, pp. 90-92.

Will. 18 Mar 1793/ 5 Jan 1795
Wife: Agnus Hoge
Children: Moses, James, Solomon, John, Edward (dec'd), Martha Allen, Mary Evans, Barbara Reed.
Gr. ch: Moses and Edward Hoge, sons of son Edward dec'd.
To wife, negro Jude beside her thirds. Personal estate to be appraised except the still; remainder to children as wife decides. If she marries, all but widow's thirds to be divided, half to son Moses, quarter to son James, quarter to daughter Martha Allen. To grandson Moses and Edward Hoge, land in survey made by Thomas Buck, 186 acres, Moses to enjoy whole until brother Edward is 21. If one dies, survivor to have whole. Son Solomon Hoge to have all the rest of land, conditioned on his payment of legacies; to John Hoge, son, to Mary Evans, to Barbara Reed - 5 shillings sterling if they come to demand it; to son James L20; to daughter Martha Allen, L15. Wife and Solomon to share plantation as outlined.
Exr: Wife Agnes Hoge
Wit: John Setzer, Philip Barr, Mary Setzer
Sec: Peter Senseney - John Setzer, Bond L2,000


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