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  1. Mary Hoge: Birth: 1742. Death: 1802 in Tazewell County, VA


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Sources
1. Title:   Ancestors of Donald R. Hickman
Author:   Donald R. Hickman
2. Title:   Descendants of John (Sir John) Hoge
Author:   Ross B. Kenzie
Publication:   Name: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~kenzie/GenJOHN.htm, updated 30 Aug 2005;
3. Title:   Descendants of John (Sir John) Hoge
Author:   Ross B. Kenzie
Publication:   Name: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~kenzie/GenJOHN.htm, updated 30 Aug 2005;
4. Title:   Descendants of John (Sir John) Hoge
Author:   Ross B. Kenzie
Publication:   Name: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~kenzie/GenJOHN.htm, updated 30 Aug 2005;

Notes
a. Note:   H00250
Note:   From Ross B. Kenzie: -----------
  He is described as being "A man of robust intellect and a self-taught theologian, adhering strictly to the Westminister confession." He was an elder of the Presbyterian Congregation which held services at the Meeting House on Cedar Creek at Mulberry Run in 1750. James resided near Middleton, Frederick Co, VA and his property became the site of the Cedar Creek Battlefield of the Civil War.
  1783 - Frederick Co Court Revolutionary War property use claims:
  Apr 3 - james Hoge for one mans' saddle for Cont. 3 pounds 12.
  Aug - James Hoge for six pounds of butter for Cont. 4s; one new saddle 3 pounds 12; for forage for 121 beeves & 8 horses one night 2 pounds.



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