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Lots of genealogy on the Hoge/Hume family

Lots of genealogy on the Hoge/Hume family

Posted: 5 Mar 2000 7:47PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:51PM GMT
I am a granddaughter of Fredrick Laurence Hogue from the Hoge/Hume family line in Virginia. I have a genealogy book written by James Hoge Tyler and a family tree dating back to the 1600's. I have more of the old history than the new. I am looking for any information I can get and am willing to share what I have.

Barbara Reid Nelson

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Jeffrey Hoge (View posts)
Posted: 27 Mar 2000 6:59AM GMT
Hoge family-Columbus, Nebraska.
Great grandfather-? Hoge, immigrated from Germany, d~early 1950's
Can supply information on other family members if interested.
If anyone has connections to this "Hoge" family, reply.

WILLIAM HOGE

Posted: 19 Apr 2000 8:38AM GMT
Edited: 11 Jul 2001 11:27PM GMT
hi
would you be conntected to a WILLIAM HOGE born in Scotland and married BARBARA HUME.
csch236780@aol.com

Hoge/Hume line

Posted: 30 Apr 2000 8:47PM GMT
Edited: 25 Aug 2001 2:48AM GMT
I'm a descendant too of the Hoge/Hume line. Email me please as I am interested in the book you mentioned. I have heard of it, and my need to clarify/verify some information.

Thanks in Advance!

Jackie Hicks Crumley
Alabama

Hoge/Hume family

Marshall Hoge (View posts)
Posted: 5 May 2000 1:59PM GMT
Is this the same book that traces the Hoge line to William Hoge who came over from Scotland in 1648 or so? Please send me more information.

Hoge/Hume Family

Posted: 6 May 2000 7:47PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:51PM GMT
Yes, this is the heritage from Scotland. I have a book written ny James Hoge Tyler that tells the whole story of the Hoge/Hume family. The book is titled "The Family of Hoge: A Genealogy". My mother obtained this sometime ago from University Microfilms Ltd., High Wycomb, England (A Xerox Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.) I can give you information if you let me know specifics.

Hoge/Hume Family

Posted: 6 May 2000 7:53PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:51PM GMT
Hi, sorry it took so long to respond. The book is titled "The Family of Hoge; A Genealogy" by James Hoge Tyler. It goes back to Scotland and follows the family up to the late 1800's. I will be happy to furnish you with information if you let me know the specifics. This book was microfilmed by University Microfilms Limited, High Wycomb, England,, a Xerox Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Don't know how hard it would be to get your hands on it but I will help if I can. What is your relationship to the family? I don't have anything current and would like to get current info.

Hoge/Hume Family

Posted: 6 May 2000 7:57PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:51PM GMT
Yes, this is the same book. The title is "The Family of Hoge; A Genealogy" by James Hoge Tyler. The book I have was ordered though a microfilm company----University Microfilms Limited, High Wycomb, England, A Xerox Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. What is your relationship to the family? I would like to get some current information and I also would be happy to supply any information I can from this book. Let me know.

Hoge/Hume Family

Posted: 6 May 2000 8:00PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:51PM GMT
I don't think this is the same line you are looking for. This line started in Scotland in the 1600's and settled in W. Virginia mostly. Let me know if you think there is a tie in the families and I will share info with you.

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Marshall Hoge (View posts)
Posted: 8 May 2000 11:41AM GMT
My name is Marshall Hoge, my father is William Hoge, and my Grandfather is Wilson Hoge (no longer with us) of Princeton WVA. I am not sure what information you are wanting to know. I will be more than happy to give you all the information of are branch of the tree if 1) you want the information, 2) if you can give me a little time to get all the information. Please let me know and i will be in touch soon.
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