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Hogan Family South Carolina

Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 28 Jul 2013 10:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hogan
Researching the Hogan, Parker, Wilson families who migrated from Va., NC to SC late 1700's early 1800's and settled in the Old Craven District, parts later becoming Fairfield and Kershaw Counties, SC. William B. Hogan (1760-1836) is descended from William James Hogan (1680-1754). mtDNA confirms connection. Seeking siblings along this line and would appreciate any information.

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 29 Jul 2013 3:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hogan
My gr gr gr grandfather William Hogan (b.1777 SC) told the 1850 Overton, TN census taker that he was born in "SC". Family lore is that his father is a William Hogan b.1740 who left his Indian wife in "Old" Virginia shortly after the Revolutionary War. He brought his two sons Daniel and William (1777) with him and settled in Willis Bottom, TN (Overton/Clay co.). This is as far as any of our group of researchers can get. We have DNA tests posted with Family Tree and most of our Hogan matches are from the James Hogan/Silence descendants. This would be from Anson, NC. What research have you done with the 1790 census of Union, SC? There are several Hogan's here and I believe we may be connected somehow. My e-mail is tshogan2@msn.com.

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 7 Aug 2013 7:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HOGAN MORAN SHANAHAN
Looks like we match with your William Hogan from Fairfield Kershaw county South carolina.
Am out of town right now, so my records are not with me, but recall that the "B" in William B Hogan stand for "Brisbane" His son was named Brisbane Hogan and married my husband's g grandmother, Elizabeth Moran, somewhere in the state of Kansas. They moved to Indiana and then to Chicago where his grandmother Elizabeth Hogan was born. She in turned married James J Shanahan, my father in law.
Will get back to you when I have "unearthed" the records.
Marilyn Shanahan

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 7 Aug 2013 11:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Apology for delay in responding.
My research on the Hogan family beyond Fairfield and Kershaw Co. of SC has only just begun. Apparently, the name William Hogan appears in many different family lines and is requiring careful study to try and separate. My line at present has my ancestors in Chamblee, NC marrying into the Parker family. Once they arrived in SC Hogans continued to marry Parkers. My Gr.grandmother was a Hogan, my gr.grandfather a Parker.
Union, Fairfield, Kershaw etc. were once part of old Craven District, SC before becoming individual counties and is the area to which many NC Hogans migrated. I am hoping that through Ancestry and DNA studies the real links are made, but feel it will take time.
When time permits I go to Winnsboro and Camden, SC to research and will keep updating my Hogan info on Ancestry.
My e-mail is jmpward46913@yahoo.com.

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 7 Aug 2013 11:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for the Hogan info. I descend from Lewis Hogan a son of William B. Hogan (1760-1836)m. Mary Polly Little (1788-1870). Their son, William D. Hogan (1818-1884) m. Martha Cloud and they had a son named William Burwell Hogan (1849-1975) m. Kate Elizabeth Cloud (1857-1920). Their daughter Sarah Euleila Hogan (1876-1935) m. Edgar W. Parker my gr.grandparents.
However, Wm. D. Hogan also had a daughter Caroline "Caddie" Hogan (1856-1900) m. Henry Lawson Crumpton (1851-1931). Their son Lawson Burwell Crumpton (1894-1958) m. Emma Kate Parker (1900-1975) who was the daughter of Euleila Hogan and Edgar W. Parker. L.B. Crumpton and E.K. Parker were my grandparents.
Brisbane Hogan and Lewis Hogan were brothers, so yes we are somehow related. My e-mail is jmpward46913@yahoo.net. Let's stay in touch.

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 18 Mar 2016 5:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hogan/Parker
Hello,
I am trying to research my paternal grandfather's family and I ran across your message board posting on RootsWeb from several years ago. My father, William Charles Hogan, was the son of a William C. Hogan (b. 9/27/1911, d. 1/24/1971). My grandfather, William C. Hogan, is buried in Shiloh United Methodist Church Cemetery in Chesterfield, South Carolina. Since my father and aunt were estranged from their father, I have NO further info than that other than my father always mentioning a Florence (?) and Calvin Parker. I believe they may have been my father's grandparents?? He remembers visiting them down South when he was a little boy. They were tobacco farmers and he said his grandfather plowed the fields by hand with a mule. I sincerely hope there is some link to your family tree as I have been at a brick wall for many, many years. I cannot even tell you what my grandfather's parents names were or where he was born. My father has since passed and I am unable to obtain any other information. If these names sound familiar to you, could you please contact me? Lois.Mummer@sbcglobal.net

Thank you!
Lois Hogan-Mummer

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 18 Mar 2016 7:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Lois, your Hogan line is possibly linked to the Hogan family of Kershaw, Fairfield and/or Chester Counties in SC. Many of the Hogan family members were Methodist.
My Hogan Family Genealogy is on Ancestry and might provide you with some clues. The Parker family is also from Kershaw and Fairfield Counties SC and are from Virginia via NC to SC. My Parker Family Genealogy is also on Ancestry. I hope this will be of some help.
Just today I learned of an old Parker homeplace (house is gone) but there is a large cemetery close to it's location. I hope to visit before the rattlesnakes come out. I will post what I find to Ancestry.
jpward

Re: Hogan Family South Carolina

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 2:35AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hogan
Everyone,
My mother's maiden name is Hogan and she is descended from the Kershaw Hogan line. Pedigree is as follows:
(1) William Hogan (1760-1836) -I have digital copies of his Rev War pension papers
(2)William (Sanders?) Hogan (b.1782) -I have ZERO documentation on him
(3)William Sanders Hogan (1826-1907) -he is my 3rd GGrandfather and is known from multiple documents. I also have his picture. He is buried at Lebanon UMC in Eastover, SC along with THREE OTHER GENERATIONS of William Sanders Hogans. My GG Aunt Mary (his granddaughter who I knew in life) wrote in her memoirs that he moved his family from Kershaw to Eastover in 1873 during a depression.
(4) William Sanders Hogan (1873-1941) -My GG Aunt Mary's father
(5) William Sanders Hogan (1903-1964) -my GGrandfather
(6) a. William Sanders Hogan (1922-2012) -my G Uncle who I knew in life...I also have a Y-46 DNA test on him through Ancestry that I manually transferred to FTDNA and the Hogan DNA Project.
b. Gilbert Scott Hogan (1924-1998) -my Granddaddy
(7) Caroline Sue Hogan (b. 1955) -my mother :)

I am getting my uncle Fred Hogan to take the Y-111 DNA test through the FTDNA Hogan DNA Project as well. This should help answer some questions.

**I am desperately trying to find a paper trail for Gen 2 of this pedigree. I know his wife's name was Mary Naomi through Equity papers and census records but I do not know her maiden name or have ANY hard documentary evidence on the first William Sanders Hogan.

My tree is public and you are all welcome to peruse it at your leisure. If it is helpful to any, OR if any of you think you can be of help to me, PLEASE let me know!
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