Note: f Matthew Young. Albert Ross Hogue. 1833 Fentress Co, TN tax list Milbourn Hougue. 1840 Fentress Co, TN census Milburn Hogue 30-40 b. 1800-1810; 120001-100001; Page 14. 1850 Fentress Co, TN census Wilburn Hogg 42 KY; District 11 #235. 1860 Fentress Co, TN census William (farmer) Hogue 55 KY 1804-1805 m District 4 #389. Note: Not sure who Elizabeth Hogue 66 KY is; could be sister or sister-in-law. If age is correct, she would not be Milburn's mother. 1870 Fentress Co, TN census Rachel Hogue 59 TN living with Pleasant Hogue 21 TN 1848-1849 m District 4 #33. 1880 Fentress Co, TN census Rachel Hogue 60 TN 1819-1820 f widow District 4 #167. He was in Tinker Dave Beaty's Independent Scouts.
1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 Wilburn Hogue 30-40 42 KY 55 KY 1807-1808 Rachel Hogue 30-40 40 TN 49 TN 59 TN 60 TN 1809-1811 Vardernan Hogue 19 KY 1830-1831 Lewis Hogue 5-10 17 TN 1832-1833 Solomon Hogue 5-10 15 TN 35 TN 1834-1835 Anderson Hogue 0- 5 14 TN 33 TN 44 TN 1835-1836 Elizabeth Hogue 0- 5 11 TN 1838-1839 Louisa Hogue 9 TN 28 TN 1840-1841 (Stockwell in 1870) Agnes Hogue 7 TN 1842-1843 John Hogue 5 TN 1844-1845 Pleasant Hogue 1 TN 10 TN 21 TN 1848-1849 Elizabeth Hogue 66 KY 1793-1794 (domestic)
Van A stilley's research shows his birth date as ca 1812. He served with Joshua Owens from the first district. Linda Young's research: casualty sheet states casualty was death and that the date of his discharge or death was Spring of 1865 in Kentucky. Albert Ross Hogue lists his death in Indiana as 1863. The Linda Young research has him with Capt. Beaty's Co, Independent Scouts, Fentress Co. Tenn. The officail Muster Call sheet Linda sent Susan Alcover states he joined for service Jan 25. 1862 in Jamestown, Fentress Co. Tenn until the close of the war. Discharged or ceased service was June 1 (?illegible) 1865 in Jamestown, Fentress co, Tenn. His horse was valued at $120 and the horse equipment at $20/ These documents do not support the death of 1863 Albert Ross Hogue claims. On one casualty form sent by Linda Young it states: he was absent from Dec 22, 1862 to Jan 5 , 1863 then: by direction of the Secretary of War, the case of this man was personally investigated in 1871 by Lt. W H Chapp, who made the following report concerning him, left the Co. in March 64 and went to Kentucky where he died in Spring of 65. Widow received $40. He was 55. Van Stilley states He was buried 1863 in Indiana. His Civil War military was: PriBeathy(?), Boatland, Fentress Co. Tenn. His occupation was Justice of the Peace.
Note: Milburn Hogue, son of Anderson and Elizabeth "Betty" Hogue, married Rachel Young, daughter o
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