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Re: Hojaboom / Hogaboom Family
Posted by: Jan Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: February 25, 2004 at 17:20:00
In Reply to: Hojaboom / Hogaboom Family by Debbie Hojaboom of 870

Hi Debbie,
Seeking the birthplace in Vermont of Henry Hogaboam, b. 13 Sept. 1788 in VT or NY, married 3 Dec. 1812 in Randolph, Orange Co., VT, Almena POWERS, and he died 18 March 1879 in Winchester, Duncas, Ontario, Canada. His wife, Almena POWERS, daughter of William and Anna BURTCH POWERS, was born 17 oct. 1795 in VT, and she died 22 Feb. 1885 in Winchester, Dundas, Ontario, and both of them are buried in Maple Ridge Cememtery, in Winchester, Ontarior. Also, hope the HOGABOOM family you are seeking is listed in the link below. Jan

The Town of Highgate, Franklin County, VT. section of the Gateway to Vermont Web Site has been expanded. Karima has uploaded the "History of the Town of Highgate," from "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: A Magazine Embracing A History of Each Town, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Biographical and Military." Edited and Published by Abby Maria Hemenway. Burlington, VT., 1871.

The Town of Highgate section is accessible from the main gateway page, by clicking on the "Latest Additions" button (located in the middle of the page):

http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/VERMONTGATEWAY.html


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