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Re: William Andrew Ogg
Posted by: Elvin Ogg (ID *****2067) Date: February 23, 2012 at 11:27:43
In Reply to: William Andrew Ogg by Judith Ogg Sidler of 861

Sir James HUME
(1647 - 1682)
GENETIC PARENTS
Father:

Mother:


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SPOUSE
Marjorie
GENETIC CHILD
Barbara HUME (1670 - 1745)
M: William HOGE, Sr. (1660 - August 8, 1749)


BASIC DATA
Names: Sir James HUME
Born: 1647 in Paisley, Scotland
Married: Marjorie
Resided: Scotland
Occupation: Knight and Baron
Died: 1682 on board the ship "Caladonia" enroute to America
Buried: At sea with his wife.
Age at death:


Notes
The following is copied from "History of the Middle River Settlements, West Virginia," by D.E. Johnson:

"William Hoge, distinguished in state and church, came to America in 1682, He was the son of Sir James Hoge of Scotland, who lived in Mlussleburg near Glasco. On board the Caledonia, the vessel that brought him over, was a family named Hume, consisting of a father , mother and daughter. They were Presbyterians, leaving Scotland to avoid the persecution.

The Humes were from Paisley, Scotland. The father was a knight and a Baron. Both mother and father died during the voyage to America, leaving their daughter in the charge of young William Hoge, who placed her with relatives, the Johnsons, in New York City, while he decided to make his home in Perth Amboy, New Jersey on land owned by a Scotch company, at the head of which was Gov. Berkley, and of which he was a member.

Later William Hoge returned to New York and married the girl Barbara Hume. After the birth of his first son, John, He and his wife made their home for some time in Chester Co., PA."

From: http://moon.ouhsc.edu/rbonner

THE TENNESSEE BICENTENNIAL FIRST FAMILIES OF TENNESSEE PROJECT
THE MORGAN FAMILY


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