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Francis Marion Hogue

Francis Marion Hogue

Male 1885 - 1952  (66 years)

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    1. [S4] Emails from Aunt Phyl by Phyllis Frameli, April 25, 2002 5:22 PM (Meridian, Mississippi). Hi, Sorry to take so long in getting back to you. Got my computer back, UPS had damaged, so I am trying to get a claim processed. Still using the one a friend loaned me and it doesn't allow me access to CD ROM so I can't use my genealogy records. I do have lots of info on the Hogues. Here is a little to get you started and I will try to sort out my notes and send you some information as soon as I can. Frances Marion Hogue,born 2 Sep 1885, Sand Rock, Cherokee Co., Al, Died 1 Jan 1952, Anniston, Calhoun Co., Al., son of Joseph Mahoney Hogue born ca 1855, AL (postmaster & lumber manufacturer/ civil war veteran), and Dorthea Carroll born ca 1856 AL. Other children of Joseph Mahoney & Dorthea Hogue: Cora B. Hogue, Jessie Fields Hogue, Mahala A. Hogue, Johnny Hogue and Alice Hogue. The father of Joseph Mahoney Hogue was Lemuel Joseph Hogue,born 26 July 1812,Bledsoe, TN, died Sand Mountain, Walker Co., GA (this is conflicting info, found in two different places) or Joseph Hogue born ca 1812, Centre, Cherokee co., AL. and Martha Eliza unknown, born ca 1828 in TN. Occupation: farmer. Residence in 1860 was PO Blue Pond, Cherokee Co., Ala. Lemuel Joe & Martha Eliza had two other children, Eliza M. Hogue and Mary A. Hogue. The father of Lemuel "Joe" Hogue was Joseph H Hoge,II, 1770-1850 who married Barbara Brawley, 1768-unk death date. You should be able to find info on Joseph Mahoney and Joseph Hoge II. Try searching for Barbara Brawley, it is easier than going through all the Hogue/Hoge listed. It is said that the line goes back to "James Hoge, born in Scotland, whose son William, Born 1660 in Musselboro, Scotland married Barbara Hume 1683, in NY. Lots of ministers in the family. There are several, slightly different, genealogies on the web. I haven't researched any of this myself, so far I have just collected information to be proven later. I was in Ohatchee the first of the week. We spent a couple of days with Hubert and Marie. Saw your folks, and Audrey & Leon. Bernice looks good. Good luck searching for the Hogue/Hoge/Hague Ancestors..  (Reliability: 4).

    2. [S4] Emails from Aunt Phyl by Phyllis Frameli, April 25, 2002 5:22 PM (Meridian, Mississippi). Hi, I do have lots of info on the Hogues. Here is a little to get you started and I will try to sort out my notes and send you some information as soon as I can. Frances Marion Hogue,born 2 Sep 1885, Sand Rock, Cherokee Co., Al, Died 1 Jan 1952, Anniston, Calhoun Co., Al., son of Joseph Mahoney Hogue born ca 1855, AL (postmaster & lumber manufacturer/ civil war veteran), and Dorthea Carroll born ca 1856 AL. Other children of Joseph Mahoney & Dorthea Hogue: Cora B. Hogue, Jessie Fields Hogue, Mahala A. Hogue, Johnny Hogue and Alice Hogue. The father of Joseph Mahoney Hogue was Lemuel Joseph Hogue, born 26 July 1812, Bledsoe, TN, died Sand Mountain, Walker Co., GA (this is conflicting info, found in two different places) or Joseph Hogue born ca 1812, Centre, Cherokee co., AL. and Martha Eliza unknown, born ca 1828 in TN. Occupation: farmer. Residence in 1860 was PO Blue Pond, Cherokee Co., Ala. Lemuel Joe & Martha Eliza had two other children, Eliza M. Hogue and Mary A. Hogue. The father of Lemuel “Joe” Hogue was Joseph H Hoge,II, 1770-1850 who married Barbara Brawley, 1768-unk death date. It is said that the line goes back to “James Hoge, born in Scotland, whose son William, Born 1660 in Musselboro, Scotland married Barbara Hume 1683, in NY. Lots of ministers in the family. There are several, slightly different, genealogies on the web. I haven’t researched any of this myself, so far I have just collected information to be proven later. Good luck searching for the Hogue/Hoge/Hague Ancestors..  (Reliability: 4).

    3. [S6] Carroll, Jett, Hogue, and Hampton by James Earl Ray, p. 18 (P.O. Box 576, Cedar Bluff, AL. 35959).  (Reliability: 4).

    4. [S10] Allred Family Roster by Donald Clemont Allred, CW0101010106 (Woodland Hills, California: www.allredroster.com, 1988-2008).  (Reliability: 4).

    5. [S328] GenForum by Genealogy.com, RAN-CLAY-L Archives, "Roll Call" by J. Crumley, 1999-06-01 | http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/RAN-CLAY/1999-05/0928210106 (http://genforum.genealogy.com).  (Reliability: 2).

    6. [S84] International Genealogical Index by FamilySearch, "Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974", Francis Marion Hogue; citing reference 124, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1,908,866 | https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J6QT-ZHN (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.).  (Reliability: 3).

    7. [S84] International Genealogical Index by FamilySearch, "Alabama County Marriages, 1809-1950", Henry Ford Hogue & Elvie Myrlene Brown; citing Calhoun, Alabama, United States, County Probate Courts, Alabama | https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:29NP-M4M (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.).  (Reliability: 4).

    8. [S922] Ancestry.com "ThruLines", 179 cM | 14 segments } Mandy Pamphilis granddaughter of grand-aunt Maggie Mae Hogue (1917-1989) through Darthula Clementina Jett (1855-1892) granddaughter of  Jesse Willingham Carroll (1809-____)  (Reliability: 4).

    9. [S922] Ancestry.com "ThruLines", 179 cM | 14 segments } Mandy Pamphilis granddaughter of Maggie Mae Hogue (1917-1989) through James Jett (1812-____) son of Thomas Ferdinand Jett (1787-1858)  (Reliability: 4).

    10. [S171] Census by U. S. Federal Government, 1920, Alabama, St. Clair County, Slate, Sheet 2B (HeritageQuest).  (Reliability: 4).

    11. [S171] Census by U. S. Federal Government, 1930, Alabama, Calhoun County, Sulphur Springs, Sheet 5B (HeritageQuest).  (Reliability: 4).

    12. [S531] Find A Grave Memorial: 65184044 (www.findagrave.com/).  (Reliability: 4).

    13. [S6] Carroll, Jett, Hogue, and Hampton by James Earl Ray, p. 30 (P.O. Box 576, Cedar Bluff, AL. 35959).  (Reliability: 4).

    14. [S244] Descendants of James Hoge by Jackie Crumley, (Anniston, Alabama: Jackie Crumley, Abt 2002).  (Reliability: 4).

    15. [S171] Census by U. S. Federal Government, 1910, Georgia, Chattooga County, Dirtseller, Sheets 9B-10A (HeritageQuest).  (Reliability: 4).

    16. [S171] Census by U. S. Federal Government, 1940, Alabama, Calhoun County, Alexandria, District 4A, Sheet 7A (HeritageQuest).  (Reliability: 4).

    17. [S84] International Genealogical Index by FamilySearch, "Alabama County Marriages, 1809-1950", J. Roscoe Phillips & Ruby Dill Hogue | https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKMY-ZW3M (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.).  (Reliability: 3).

    18. [S6] Carroll, Jett, Hogue, and Hampton by James Earl Ray, p. 33 (P.O. Box 576, Cedar Bluff, AL. 35959).  (Reliability: 3).


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