A FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File
by Suzanne Guerra of Santa Rosa, California provides ancestry for William Hoge (1660-1749) going back through the Haigs to Petrus de Hage about 1,000.
Guerra's pedigree duplicates the names and relationships given in The Haigs of Bemersyde, though it appears from her Rootsweb genealogy
(updated 2 Jan 2012) that The Hoge-Hogue Families
by Joseph H. Sherrard was her source.
They are duplicates except where she shows a son Andrew Hoge Haig (father of Sir John Hoge and etc.) for Andrew Haig, 15º Laird of Bemersyde by Janet Nisbet.
The Andrew Haig that presided at the dividing of the marches between Patrick and Gilbert Hoge, and who is acknowledged as the first to spell the name "Haig", was the 5th great-grandfather of the Andrew that Guerra shows as the ancestor of the Hoges. According to The Haigs of Bemersyde, this Andrew was the 9º Laird of Bemersyde, not the 6º Baron, as Ross Kenzie has on his website. The record of this dividing of the marches is where the spelling "Hoge" is first documented. So far, only one child has been found listed for this Andrew Haig, John; and only two grandchildren, Gilbert and David, each (possibly) by a different mother.
If the legends are true, the Hoges are descended from the Haigs. It seems to me Guerra has connected them in as good a place as any.
See Also: Changes 2009