Fought for the Union during the Civil War with the 11thTennessee Calvary and the 7th Tennessee Infantry. He drove an ammunition wagon and was captured and spent time in Confederate prison in Mobile, Alabama.
[S329] Hogg DNA Project, Dwight Hogg, (http://hdhdata.org/hoggdna.html), Descendants of Sir John Hoge, b. ~1580 Musselburough, Berwickshire, Scotland (Reliability: 3). http://hdhdata.org/roots/h2721.html
[S171] Census, U. S. Federal Government, (HeritageQuest), 1850, Tennessee, Bledsoe County (Reliability: 4).
Series: M432 Roll: 870 Pages: 356-357
[S171] Census, U. S. Federal Government, (HeritageQuest), 1870 - Smiths Crossroads, Rhea County, Tennessee (Reliability: 4).
Series: M593 Roll: 1554 Page: 293