Prosser Hogan (1761/62 - 1830) and His Brothers

Phillip Hogan (1750/60 - 1815 and David Hogan (1759 – 1858)

 

This Review has the following Hogans

Last revision 1 December 2019, planetmurphy.org, James R. Murphy

 

(Part A). Hogan Father and Mother - Names Not Known.  Their sons are likely to be (I) to (III):

 

(Part 1). Prosser Hogan (1761/62 – 1830) + Mary Whooley/Owley.  Children are (1) – (7):

1 – James Hogan (~1790 to 1842)

2 – Nathan Hogan (~1785/90 to 1850+)

3 – Elizabeth Hogan “Betsy” (~1800) + David Owley

4 – Samuel Hogan (1794/1800)

5 – Cynthia Hogan (1800/10) + Green Martin

6 – Nancy Hogan (1800/10 to 1840’s) + Abner Goodwin + Thuley Padget

7 – William Hogan (1800/06 to 1838/39) + Rachel Boltinghouse

(Part 2). Philip Hogan (1750/60 to 1815) + possibly wife was Betsey __.  One son projected to be:

1 – David Hogan (1796/97 to 1860+) + Ava/Eva Curtis

(Part 3). David Hogan (1759 to 1858) + Elizabeth Whooley/Owley.  Children are (1) – (4)+:

1 – William Hogan (~1808/09)

2 – Andrew Hogan (1800/06 to 1838/39)

3 – Rachel Hogan

4 – Isom Hogan

Other names suggested, possibly - Harrison Hogan, Davis Hogan, Jane Hogan

 

(Part 4). Related Hogan Data – Phillip Hogan Sr. and Jr. of Hanover and Orange Counties, Virginia in 1701 and 1736 to 1756.   Includes an earlier Prosser Hogan in 1755/56. 

(Part 5). Philip Hogan, Junior of Orange County Virginia from 1761 to 1769

(Part 6.) David Hogan of Hanover County Virginia who died in the American Revolution about 1780/81.

 

Summary of Three Brothers – A Reconstruction of Families:

1 - Prosser Hogan (~1761 to 1831)

2 - Philip Hogan (1750/60 to 1815+)

3 - David Hogan (1759 to 1858)

 

Prosser Hogan

Born: 1761/62, birth location reported to be Guilford County, N.C., but likely to be Orange County, Virginia as was brother David Hogan.   

Married 12 January 1786 Lincoln County, Kentucky to Mary Whooley (~1767 to ~1832), daughter of Christopher and Sibbe Whooley (county record).   Surname is also spelled Owley.

Brothers are likely - Philip Hogan and David Hogan

Father’ s name at this time - NOT identified.

Family records exist: zero.  Records and family required reconstruction

Military:

(1) 1777, 1778, 1780 – became a Private in the North Carolina Continental Army during the American Revolution.   Enlisted first in Guilford County, N.C. in 1777.

(2). 1782 Kentucky - Served with John Woods Company under Benjamin Logan of Lincoln County

(3). 1785 Kentucky - Served with Capt. Horton of Lincoln County

Children: 1 – James Hogan (~1790 to 1842), 2 – Nathan Hogan (~1785/90 to 1850+), 3 – Elizabeth Hogan “Betsy” (~1800) + David Owley, 4 – Samuel Hogan (1794/1800), 5 – Cynthia Hogan (1800/10) + Green Martin, 6 – Nancy Hogan (1800/10 to 1840’s) + Abner Goodwin + Thuley Padget, 7 – William Hogan (1800/06 to 1838/39) + Rachel Boltinghouse

Died in early 1831, near Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana when he migrated to Indiana in 1826 with four or five children including his son William Hogan.  By 1830, his son William Hogan is the only Hogan on the 1830 US Census for Monroe County.   Other children had already moved to adjacent Greene County, Indiana.  Wife outlived him perhaps by a year.

Will: 1830 August 31 – Monroe County, Indiana; probated 3 November 1831.   

Occupation: Farmer. 

 

Philip Hogan

Born: 1750/60, little information to be more precise

Married – name uncertain, but may be Betsy __, noted only on an 1810 US Census Garrard Co. Ky

Brothers are likely to be Prosser Hogan and David Hogan

Father’ s name at this time - NOT identified.

Family records exist: zero

Military:

(1). 1780/1781 - Ensign American Revolution under Capt. Robert Smith & Col. Charles McDowell

(2). 1782 On payroll for 6 months of Lincoln Co. Ky. militia under Col. Benjamin Logan

(3). 1781 on militia rolls against Shawnees, commanded by Brig. General George Rogers Clark

(4).  War of 1812, private in Captain John Falkner’s Company, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia

Children: son projected to be David Hogan (1797 to 1860+) who married Eva/Ava Curtis.

Occupation: Not documented, but probably a blacksmith.

Died 1815+.  No Will or estate administration has been found.

 

David Hogan

Born: 2 October 1759 Orange County, Virginia per pension application

Married Betsey Whooley (1775 to 1850+) on 1786 January 12 in Lincoln County, Kentucky (County Record).

Brothers are likely to be Prosser Hogan and Philip Hogan

Father’ s name at this time - NOT identified.

Family records exist: zero.  

Military: Private in American Revolution from 1 April 1779 to July 1781.  Enlisted Burke County, NC.  Fought at Kings Mountain

Children: (1) William Hogan (~1808/09(, (2) Andrew Hogan (1817/18), Rachel Hogan who married in Greenup Co. Ky. to Thomas Campbell., (4) Isom Hogan.  Others names mentioned: Harrison Hogan, Davis Hogan, Jane Hogan. 

Occupation: probably farming.

Died 4 February 1858 Carter County, Kentucky.  No will or estate administration has been found.

 

Part A - Father to Prosser, David, and Phillip Hogan – name uncertain

 

The father to Prosser, David and Phillip Hogan, is a name not identified and estimated born ca1730/35. He is poorly understood.  Locations he lived were Hanover and Orange Counties, Virginia, Guilford (or near there) and Burke Counties, North Carolina.   He moved from northern Virginia into southwest North Carolina before he becomes untraceable.  Information on Hanover and Orange County Hogans is at the end of this review.

 

Hanover County, Virginia appears to be the earliest county known for these Hogans.   This county lost its records and we are left with a few bits and pieces of merchant records from the years 1736 to 1756.  There is a Philip Hogan and in 1756 a Prosser Hogan.   Both of these Hogans are too early to be our subjects and information is too thin to reconstruct their histories.    Their names alone signal this is the right location to search.     

 

Orange County, Virginia is the next county for this father.  David Hogan stated on his pension application that he was born in 1759 Orange County, Virginia.    Review of this county finds a Philip Hogan, Jr. from 1761 to 1769.   How he relates to our subjects is speculative.   

 

Guilford County, North Carolina (or near-by) is next in his movements.  Prosser Hogan stated on his pension application that he enlisted here in 1777.  No Hogan records have been found.

 

Burke County, North Carolina follows by 1780.   This is a county that lost all its early courthouse records.  Both Phillip Hogan and David Hogan enlisted here.   David stated on his pension record that he lived with his father here in Burke County, North Carolina at the time of his enlistment in 1780.   North Carolina State Census of 1782+ lost its Burke County records.   US Census records for 1790 Burke County, NC are not helpful.   

Info per Revolutionary War Pension Applications by Prosser Hogan & David Hogan, and Philip Hogan’s enlistment location

 

The reason this father is thought not to be named Philip, is because none of the three brothers and their known children named a child ‘Philip.”   This suggests a different name for the father.   Speculation suggests a James Hogan, William Hogan, or even a John Hogan.    

 

Part 1 - Details for Prosser Hogan (~1761 to 1830) + Mary Whooley or Owley

              

1777 May 10 – Guilford County, North Carolina:  Mustered into the NC Continental Army here. (Revolutionary War Pension Record)

 

This is what his pension application reported:  Prosser Hogan was born close to ~1761.  Military service began 1777 when he enlisted in Guilford County, North Carolina under Captain Anthony Sharp and Col. Clark in the North Carolina Continental Army for 3 years, and was at the Battle of Germantown.  First served as a musician (age estimated at ~15) and became a private in June 1778.  He then enlisted again 10 March 1780 as a private in same company, then commanded by Capt. (James) Tatum.  His company was taken prisoner at Charleston, S.C., but Prosser escaped.  Prosser’s pension application adds that he was in 1st NC. Battalion, 9th Regiment.  Date of discharge was not given. 

 

Pension application papers in 1818/1821 stated he had no property, owned 2 horses, ten sheep, and was a crippled farmer who was not able to support himself and family.  In 1818, he stated he was 54 years old who resided many years in Green County, Kentucky.  In 1821, he stated he was 60 years old and his wife was 55 – who also was “helpless” to support herself.  In 1826, Prosser moved to near Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana where his last pension payment was 20 January 1830.

 (Pension Claim # S-36592 – pension issued 28 April 1818, from his original papers).

 

1782 August 10 to September 1_? – Kentucky: John Wood’s payroll company of Militia under command of Benjamin Logan 1782.   On page two - Proser Hogan (38 days) for 2.10.3 and he is adjacent the name of Phillip Hogan (38 days) for 1.2.?   

Auditor of Public Accounts #208 – Illinois Papers, Muster and Payrolls 1778-1784, Library of Virginia, Miscellaneous reel #1384, Document #124.

 

On 1 August 1782, the three Western Virginia Counties of Lincoln, Fayette, and Jefferson became the District of Kentucky.  Eighteen days later, local militia from Lincoln and Fayette Counties fought Indians led by the British at Blue Licks on the Licking River.  This militia was badly defeated.   Those losing their lives included John Todd, Militia Lieutenant for Fayette County.   Todd failed to wait for reinforcements under Lincoln’s county Lieutenant Benjamin Logan.

Journal Article – Kentucky Invades Ohio, by Charles G. Talbert, The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 1955, Vol. 53, No. 185 (Octo 1955), pp 288-296, by the Kentucky Historical Library.    

 

1785 June – Kentucky Soldier’s Muster and Payroll for Capt. Horton, Lincoln County, Kentucky, #15: Prosser Hogon.…0-2-5.  

Auditor of Public Accounts #208 – Illinois Papers, Muster and Payrolls 1778-1784, Library of Virginia, Miscellaneous reel #1384, Document #67.

 

Two main ways for pioneers to enter early Kentucky were by the Wilderness Road and the Ohio River.  Indians continued to plunder along these two routes.  Militia escort and scouting militia roamed for trouble.  The year 1785 was no exception.  Prosser Hogan’s muster with Capt. Horton of Lincoln County was part of this effort to improve safety for road travelers.

 

1786 January 12 – Lincoln County, Kentucky: “Pressner Hogan” marriage to Mary Whooley (county record)

 

               Kentucky Counties were rapidly forming from the original three.  For example, Madison County was established in 1785 and yearly tax records soon followed.  

 

1787–Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

David Hogan 10017, taken 7 July, Image #15/1247.   Next name on “H” list is:

Prosser Hogan, 10024, taken 7 July, image #15/1247.  Next name is:

Phillip Hogan, 10076, taken 14 July, image #15/1247.  There were 3 separate lists made for tax.

 

               Tax record for Madison County – 1st number is white males 21+, 2nd number is white males 16-20, 3rd and 4th numbers are blacks over and below age 16, 5th number is horses.  Names are filed in A’s, B’s, C’s, etc, but within each file, names are filed by date taken (usually).    Numbers such as #65/1247 are image numbers for the Madison County Tax record found on familysearch.org; i.e. number 65 out of a total of 1247 images.  Each name would be followed with number of acres of land, in which county, and to whom land originated from…but no such listing if the person did not own land. 

 

1788-Madison County, Kentucky Tax List

Prosser Hogan 10030, 5 April, image #65/1247, 4th number is horses and 5th – studs

David Hogan 10020, 5 April, #65/1247

Philip Hogan 10020, 5 April, #65/1247.  Also, on 5 April listing are Henry, Michel, Peter, and Christopher Owley.

 

1789-Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

Phillip Hogan 0003, 7 April, #82/1247 and image #88/1247

Prosser Hogan 1005, 18 April, #82/1247 and #87/1247. 

David Hogan 1002, 18 April, #82/1247 and #89/1247.  This 1789 tax has two reports for the same people.  The 2nd wasn’t listed under A’s, B’s, C’s, but was completely random when taken by date. 

1787–Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

David Hogan 10017, taken 7 July, Image #15/1247.   Next name is:

Prosser Hogan, 10024, taken 7 July, image #15/1247.  Next name is:

Phillip Hogan, 10076, taken 14 July, image #15/1247.  There were 3 separate lists made for tax.

 

1788-Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

Prosser Hogan 10030, 5 April, image #65/1247, 4th number is horses and 5th – studs

David Hogan 10020, 5 April, #65/1247

Philip Hogan 10020, 5 April, #65/1247.  Also, on 5 April listing are Henry, Michel, Peter, and Christopher Owley.  

 

1789-Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

Phillip Hogan 0003, 7 April, #82/1247 and image #88/1247

Prosser Hogan 1005, 18 April, #82/1247 and #87/1247. 

David Hogan 1002, 18 April, #82/1247 and #89/1247.  This 1789 tax has two reports for the same people.  The 2nd wasn’t listed under A’s, B’s, C’s, but was completely random when taken by date. 

 

1790 Madison Co., Kentucky Tax List: Very small incomplete listing.  No Hogans

1791-Madison Co, Kentucky Tax List:

Susanna Hogan 0001, #115/1247.  She is not near the other Hogans and this is her only year on the tax.  In 1784, there is a Goochland County, Va. church record for William Hogan who married Susanna Williams – see the Hogan review of Goochland-Louisa Counties, Virginia.  

David Hogan 1001, March 11, #124/1247.  Next to Prosser Hogan in “H” list

Prosser Hogan 1004, March 11, #124/1247

James Hogan 1001, March 22, #124/1247

1792- Madison County, Kentucky Tax List:

David Hogan 100014, Dec. 5, #134/1247.  Next to Prosser Hogan in “H” list

Prosser Hogan, 100560, Dec. 5, #134/1247

1793–Madison County, Kentucky Tax List: Limited list, no Hogans

1794- Madison County, Kentucky Tax List: “H’s” mostly unreadable;

David Hoggan 100056, #198/1247

1795-Madison County, Kentucky Tax List: Those individuals with the same tax date likely lived near one-another.

David Hogan 100032, no acres, 16 April, #214/1247

Prosser Hogan 100027, no acres, 27 May, #215/1247

William Hogan 100000, no acres, no date, #239/1247

James Hogan 110033, no acres, June 4, #259/1247, next to:

James Hogan, Sr., 100012, no acres, June 4, #259/1247, next to:

Micajah Hogan, 100020, no acres, June 4.  (6th number is cattle.) 

 

              The last three Hogan’s – James, James Sr. and Micajah Hogan are families from Union County, South Carolina.   “Senior” (ca 1732/34) is the father to James Hogan, Jr. (~1763) and to Micajah Hogan (ca1755 to 1830+), and also “William Hogans” (~1755 to 1805) who remained behind in South Carolina.   Both James Hogan and Micajah Hogan served in the America Revolution for South Carolina.  There is nothing in their records to suggest they are closely related to Prosser Hogan and his two brothers.      

 

1796: Washington County, Kentucky Tax List (established 1792):

David Hogin 100013, April 20, #76/1188

Prosser Hogin 100035, 50 acres in Washington Co., Popes Creek, Jeramiah Cowen, April 20, #79/1188

Philip Hogin 100023, 50 acres in Wash. Co., Popes Creek, Jeramiah Cowen, April 20, #79/1188

 

1797, 1799, and 1800 Washington County, Kentucky Tax Lists:

Prosser Hogan had 1 white male 21+ and went from 2 horses to 1 horse.  He had 50 acres on Popes Creek in Washington County. #119/1188, #152/1188, #213/1188  

 

1803 Green County, Kentucky Tax List (established 1792):

Prosser Hogan – 1 white male 21+ and 2 horses – 10002.

 

All Green County taxes are filed into groups, i.e. “A’s, B’s, C’s, etc.  Within each group, names are not alphabetical.  Early tax records were dated when taken until 1809 and not there-after.  Taxes with five numbers, such as 10002: 1st number is white males 21+, 2nd number whites males 16-20, 3rd number total blacks, 4th number blacks under 16 (this item missing if only four numbers used), and 5th number horses.  Most tax records give acreage of land, which county, water course, patented.  Hogan rarely had such detail, possibly suggesting they were renting or such.

 

1804 and 1805 – Washington County, Kentucky Tax List:  No Hogans.

1806 to 1809 – Washington County, Kentucky Tax List:

Prosser Hogan 11002 with 1 white male 21+, 1 white male 16-20, 1-4 horses.  In 1809, there was no white male age 16-20 required in its listings.  On the 1808 tax list was a James Hogan with 11242 and no mention of land.  He did not seem to live near Prosser.  

 

1810 US Census of Green County, Kentucky: On this same county census is John Hogan - 1 male 0-9, 1 male and 1 female 16-26.  John Hogan married 27 September 1809 to Agnes Sally here and died at the Battle of New Orleans in January 1815.   First three Hogan are in Greensburg District.

 

James Hogan – 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+.  (image 3/9)

Proser Hogan – 2 males + 2 females 0-9, 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+ (image 5/13)

John Hogan – 1 male 0-9, 1 male + 1 female 16-25 (image 6/13).  Son of James Hogan, Jr.

David/Daniel Hogan/Hagan – 1 male 0-9, 2 males 9-15, 1 male + 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+ (image 1/9)

 

1811: Green County, Kentucky Tax:
James Ho_an, numbers look like s234 (looks like “s” and many H listings unreadable)

Prosser Hogan ?00?

1812: Green County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan 1244

John Hogan 1002 with below what looks like “2185 acres of __?   Does not relate to subject.

Prosser Hogen 1007

1813: Green County, Kentucky Tax:

John Hogan 1002 (#599/1399).  Son of James Hogan, Jr.   He died January 1815 at the Battle of New Orleans.

Prosser Hogan 1004 (#599/1399)

James Hogan 1001 (#599/1399)

James Hogan 1243 (#599/1399)

Nathan Hogan 1003.   Son of Prosser Hogan.

1814: Green County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan 1132

Prosser Hogan 1004

Jno. Hogan 1002.  Next entry is:

James Hogan 1002

1815: Green County, Kentucky Tax

James Hogan 1001 (#690/1399)

Prosser Hogin 2004 (#690/1399)

James Hogan 1143 (#690/1399)

William Hogan 1000 (#692/1399).  Thought to be William B. Hogan (1780/90 to 1835)

1816: Green County, Kentucky Tax

James Hogan 1142 (#741/1399)

Prosser Hogan 2003, 100 acres in Green County on the Robinson water course (#741/1399)

James Hogan 1002.  (Likely, son of Prosser Hogan - #743/1399)

1817: Green County, Kentucky Tax: The following three are next to each other:

James Hogan 1007.  (Likely, son of Prosser Hogan)

Prosser Hogan 1002, 100 acres in Green County on the Robinson water course, Cowan.

Nathaniel Hogan 1001.  Thought to be son of Prosser Hogan, who usually used “Nathan” instead of Nathaniel, which helps to separate him from Nathaniel S. Hogan (1806 – 1870+), son of James Hogan of Simpson County, Kentucky.

 

1817 April 27 – Green County, Kentucky: Marriage record for James Hogan to Mabel Taylor (county record).  This is likely James Hogan, the adopted son of Prosser Hogan. 

 

1817 July 23 – Green County, Kentucky: Marriage record for David Owley to Betsy Hogan with consent of her father Proser Hogan.

 

1818 April 28 – Green County, Kentucky:  Revolutionary War pension application stated Prosser was living in Green County.

 

1818: Green County, Kentucky:

Prosser Hogan 1003, 100 acres Green Co., Robinson, Cowan

Nathan Hogan 1001

James Hogan 1001

1819: Green County, Kentucky Tax:

Prosser Hogan 1002 100, Green Co., Robinson, Cowan

James Hogan 1001

Nathan Hogan 1001

 

1820 US Census of Campbellsville (District), Green County, Kentucky: Proser Hogan – 2 males and 3 females 0-9, 3 males + 1 female 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male and 1 female 45+   (image 12/13)

 

1820 - Green County, Kentucky Tax:

Prosser Hogan 1002, 100 acres in Green Co. Robinson water course, Roberts: next one only listed is…

James Hogan 1002

Nathan Hogan 1001 (same page only). 

Allen Hogan 1000 (not near others)

1821 – Green County, Kentucky Tax: Many “H” names unreadable, badly worn

Prosser Hogan 1002

Nathan Hogan 1001

1822 – Green County, Kentucky, Tax:

Allen Hogan – “one lott in Campbellsville” 10001

Nathan Hogan 11001

1823 – Green County, Kentucky Tax:

Allen L. Hogan 1001

Nathan Hogan 1001

 

1826-1830, Prosser Hogan lived near Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana per his military pension and died early 1830 or 1831. 

 

1830 August 31 – Monroe County, Indiana:  Will of Prosser Hogan of Monroe County instructed on what to do with several debts, then bequeathed to wife Mary all real and personal estate.  Appointed William Alexander = Executor.  Named my sons Nathan, William, Samuel and my adopted son James Hogan, commonly called “Little Jim.”  Daughters -Nancy and Cynthia.  Signed – Prosser Hogan.  Witnesses – Abner Goodwin and William Bryan.  Probated 3 November 1831.   In 1833, his estate lands were distributed to his children which they sold, suggesting wife Mary had died. 

Indiana Wills and Probate Records 1798-1999 on ancestry.com under Monroe County Will Records.  Vol. 1-4, page 43.

Monroehistory.org, under estate of Proser Hogan, book D/107  

 

Children of Prosser and Elizabeth Hogan; (1) through (7)

Some details including marriages need confirming

 

(1). James Hogan (b. ~1790 to 1842 Green County, Kentucky), adopted son of Prosser Hogan, reportedly married Mable Taylor 27 April 1817 in this county but need to confirm the marriage record.   So far, three children have been identified: (1) Samuel Hogan 1819, (2) Mathew Hogan ~1822, (3). James Hogan ~1834.

 

1820 US Census of Campbellsville, Green County, Ky: James Hogan 2 males 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 male 26-44.  (image 1/9 under Summersville). Next to Nathan Hogan.    

 

1830 US Census of Green Co., Kentucky: James Hogan, 1 male and 2 females 0-4, 1 male 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 male and 1 female 30-39 (Greenville image 5/13)

 

1834 March 24 – Green County, Kentucky Deed: Michael Shively and Nancy his wife deeded to James Hogan, all living in Green County, for $228.80 land in Green County on the waters of Long branch, 76 acres with one road.  Signed Michael Shively and Nancy (x) Shively.  Witnesses: Aaron Harding and David Campbell.  Entered 29 March 1834.   (DB 15/358)

 

1839 August 8 – Green County, Kentucky Deed: James Hogan sold to T. and M. Sherrill 5 ½ acres of corn and 2 acres of Tobacco now growing for $20, for which they hold my note due 1 January 1840.  Signed James Hogan (? something after name).   Witnesses: James N. Lively and L.C.V. Iams.    Recorded 2 October 1839.  (DB 17/505)

 

1840 US Census of Green County, Kentucky: “James Hagan” – 1 male 0-4, 1 male + 1 female 5-9, 1 male + 1 female 10-14, 1 female 15-19, 2 males 20-29, 1 male + 1 female 30-39, 1 male 40-49.

 

1841 Green County, Kentucky tax: James Hogan, Sen., 117 acres, W.R. Creek, 1 male 21+, no slaves

1842 Green County, Kentucky tax: James Hogin, 1 Male 21+, 3 children between 7 and 17 years of age.  No land details.

1843 Green County, Kentucky tax: Mathew Hogan – 1 male 21+, 1 horse; Moble Hogan, 144 acres, 1 male 21+, 1 horse, Samuel Hogan.   Line with children 5-16 does not aligned with tax entries.

    

1848 – Taylor County, Kentucky:  List of guardians – Mathew Hogan Guardian, with ward Jas. Hogan.  Security: Jas Carpenter.  Dec. Term 1848.   (Guardian Book Taylor County, Ky)

1850 US. Census of Taylor County, Kentucky (established 1848 from Green Co.): Mathew Hogan age 28 Ky and James Hogan age 16. (23/59).  Also, listed – In family of Amos David 44 plasterer is Sam’l Hogan 31 Ky, pauper.

 

(2). Nathan Hogan (b. ~1785/90), son of Prosser Hogan, moved to 1840 Greene Co. Indiana:   Possibly had two marriages but needs confirming.  Nathan Hogan married 1st 12 September 1817 Green County, Kentucky to Sarah “Sally” Bright (county record).   He must be separated from another Nathaniel S. Hogan (1806 – 1870+) who married on 5 October 1824 Warren County, Kentucky to Mariah L. Taylor (county record).  Nathan moved early to Beech Creek Township, Greene County, Indiana.*

* Early History of Greene County, Indiana, page 265

 

1814 November 20 to 1815 May 20 – War of 1812-1814: Private Nathan Hogan, in Captain Robert Paxton’s Company of Kentucky Detached Militia.

Report of the Adjutant General of The State of Kentucky – Soldiers of the War of 1812, Kentucky Legislature 1891, page 281.

 

1820 US Census of Campbellsville, Green Co., Ky: Nathan Hogan 2 males + 1 female 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 male 26-44.  (image 1/9 under Summersville). Next to James Hogan “II.”

 

1833 Warren County, Kentucky Tax:

Nathaniel Hogan, 1002, #710/1134

*Nathan Hogan 1001, #756/1134.  Nathan Hogan, son of Prosser Hogan.

Alexander Hogan 66 2/3 acres, Drakes Creek, 1124

1834 Warren County, Ky. Tax: Hogan, A. P. 66 2/3 acres Drakes Creek, 1226, #954/1134

Alexander? Hogam ?6 2/3 acres, Drakes Creek 1124, #, 954/1134

*Nathan Hogan 1000, #955/1134

 

1838 July 9 – Greene County, Indiana: Land grant to Nathan Hogan in Greene County detailed Township 8N, 3W, Section 6, NE ¼ SE ¼2nd meridian.   

 

1840 US Census of Greene County, Indiana: Nathan Hogan, 1 male 0-4, 2 females 5-9, 1 male + 1 female 10-14, 1 male + 1 female 15-19, 1 male + 1 female 20-29, 1 female 40-49, 1 male 50-59. 

 

(consider) 1850 US Census of Haddon, Sullivan County, Indiana: Nathan Hogan 56 Ky, Sarah Hogan 57 Ca.?; Nancy Hogan 26 Ind; Elijah Hogan 18 Ind, Sarah Hogan 17 Ind; Polly Hogan 14 Ind, James Hogan 13 Ind.

 

(3). Elizabeth Hogan “Betsy” (b. ~1800), daughter of Prosser Hogan, married 1st on 23 July 1817 at Green County, Ky. To David Owley (Ooley or Whooley) (pedigree record from familysearch.org, not county record), (ii) married 2nd on 8 February 1827 Monroe County, Indiana, Elizabeth Ooly married William Bryant (county record) and lived in 1830-50 Greene County, Indiana.

 

1830 US Census of Greene County, Indiana: William Bryan, 2 males 0-4, 1 male + 1 female 20-29.

 

1850 US Census of District 40, Greene County, Indiana: William Bryant 47 SC, Elisabeth Bryant 50 Ky, Edward Bryant 23 Ind, John Bryant 18 Ind, Nancy Bryant 8 Indiana.

 

(4). Samuel Hogan (b. 1794/1800), son of Prosser Hogan.    Difficult to trace because there is another Samuel Hogan, son of James and Elizabeth Hogan of Garrard County.

 

(not likely our subject) 1813 August 25 to 1813 November 8 – War of 1812/14: The following Hogans are privates in Captain John Falkner’s Company, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia – Commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Davenport.   In 1810, John Falkner lived in Garrard County, Kentucky.

Privates - James Hogan, Philip Hogan, Samuel Hogan

Report of the Adjutant General of The State of Kentucky – Soldiers of the War of 1812, Kentucky Legislature 1891, page 149

 

(5). Cynthia Hogan (b. 1800/10), daughter of Prosser Hogan, married on 18 December 1823 Greene County, Indiana to Green Martin (county record but spelled Sinthyan Hogan – State Lib. Indiana) and lived in 1830/40 Greene County, Indiana.

 

1830 Greene County, Indiana: Green Martin – 2 males and 1 female 0-4, 1 male 5-9, 1 female 20-29, 1 male 30-39.

 

(6). Nancy Hogan (b. 1800/10 to early 1840’s), daughter of Prosser Hogan, married 1 January 1826 Monroe County, Indiana to Abner Goodwin (county record).   On 5 December 1845, Greene County, Indiana, Abner Goodwin married 2nd to Thuley Padget (county record).

 

(7). William Hogan (b. 1800/06 to March 1838-May 1839 Orange County, Indiana), son of Prosser Hogan, married 19 December 1826 Monroe County, Indiana to Rachel Boltinghouse (county record).  He is not understood.

 

1830 US Census of Monroe County, Indiana: William Hogan, 2 males 0-4. 2 males 15-19, 1 female 20-29.    

 

Part 2 - Philip Hogan (1750/60 to 1815+)

 

 (II). Philip Hogan (1750/60 to 1815+) is a brother to Prosser Hogan.  Little is known about his personal life.  This researcher (J. Murphy) speculates his wife was Betsey Hogan, noted on the 1810 U.S. Census of Garrard County, Kentucky.  Her 1810 record and her tie to Phillip still remains questionable.  Because Phillip Hogan moved about so much, he was possibly a craftsman or tradesman, such as a blacksmith or specialty carpenter.  He served in the American Revolution and the War of 1812.  Several tax records list him exempt suggesting injuries incurred while serving in the Revolution.   One child, by elimination of other Hogans, is projected to be David Hogan (~1797 to 1860+) – see details to follow.  Future findings could change this. 

 

1780-1781 – American Revolution:  Phillip Hogan, Burke County, North Carolina 1780-1781; an ensign under Capt. Robert Smith and Col. Charles McDowell.   McDowell served as commander of the Burke County, NC Regiment of Militia from 1777 to 1782.

North Carolina Patriots 1775-1783: Their Own Words, Volume 2, part 2 by J. D. Lewis, online Google Books.

 

1782 April 8 to May 2 – Kentucky:  Payroll of Capt. John Martin’s Company under the command of Col. Benjamin Logan with duty to the Falls of the Ohio and the Saltworks, to bring up the public powder and salt to Lincoln County.   Payment to Philip Hogan for 0.0.17(?).

Auditor of Public Accounts #208 – Illinois Papers, Muster and Payrolls 1778-1784, Library of Virginia, Miscellaneous reel #1384, Document #85

 

1782 April 3 to October 17 – Kentucky: John Wood payroll company of Militia under command of Benjamin Logan 1782: Payment to Phillip Hogan – April 3 to October 17, 1782.  Document page 1 - details Phillip Hogan 10 July to August 10 (31 days) for 2.1.1 and on page 2 is August 10 to September 10 (38 days) for 2.10.?.   On this last page two, Phillip Hogan is next to the name of Proser Hogan.    

Auditor of Public Accounts #208 – Illinois Papers, Muster and Payrolls 1778-1784, Library of Virginia, Miscellaneous reel #1384, Document #124

 

1782 November 22 to 24th __ - Kentucky: Rolls of Capt. John Boyles Company of Lincoln Militia.   Expedition against Shawnees.   Commanded by George Rogers Clark, Brig. General: (includes) Philip Hogan 2.54 for 31 days.

Auditor of Public Accounts #208 – Illinois Papers, Muster and Payrolls 1778-1784, Library of Virginia, Miscellaneous reel #1384, Document #150.       

 

1787–Madison County, Ky. Tax:

David Hogan 100017, taken 7 July, Image #15/1247.   (1 male 21+, 1 horse, 7 cattle.)   Next name is:

Prosser Hogan, 100024, taken 7 July, image #15/1247.  Next name is:

Phillip Hogan, 100076, taken 14 July, image #15/1247.  There were 3 separate lists made for tax.

 

1788-Madison County, Ky. Tax:

Prosser Hogan 10030, 5 April, image #65/1247, 4th number is horses and 5th – studs

David Hogan 10020, 5 April, #65/1247

Philip Hogan 10076, 5 April, #65/1247.  Also, on 5 April listing are Henry, Michel, Peter, and Christopher Owley.

 

Madison County numbers such as #15/1247 indicate which image was read from the familysearch.org film.  Tax listings are grouped in A’s, B’s, C’s, but once with-in one of these groups, names are sequential based on what date they were taken until about 1809.  During the earliest years, numbers such as 10005 are: #1 are white males 21+, #2 white males 16-20, #3 blacks 16+, #4 blacks under 16, #5 horses, #6 cattle.  This number system changes over time.

 

1788 June 24 Tuesday – Madison County, Kentucky:  Court Order:  Ordered that Philip Hogen be exempted from paying County and Parish levy.

Madison County, Kentucky Court Order Book A 1787-1791, Jackie Couture, 2006, page 38.

 

               What was the reason he was exempted?  Was he a crippled veteran exempted from taxes?  And why then were taxes continued later, or were they? 

 

1789-Madison County, Ky. Tax:

Phillip Hogan 0003, 7 April, #82/1247 and #88/1247

Prosser Hogan 1005, 18 April, #82/1247 and #87/1247. 

David Hogan 1002, 18 April, #82/1247 and #89/1247.  This 1789 tax has two reports for the same people.  The 2nd wasn’t listed under A’s, B’s, C’s, but was completely random when taken by date. 

1796 - Washington County, Kentucky tax list: 

Phillip Hogan, 1 white male adult 21+, 2 horses, and 3 cattle, has 50 acres on Popes Creek Washington County.   Next door is Prosser Hogan - owned 50 acres located on the waters of Popes Creek., 3 horses and 5 cattle in 1796.

Rootsweb; Yadkin Co. and Caswell Co., Prosser Hogan writeup entry 153689, 10/27/2017

 

1797 Garrard County, Ky., Tax: (1st # white males 21+, 2nd # white males 16-20 (if only 4 numbers, this is missing. 3rd # blacks 16+, 4th # total blacks or blacks under 16, 5th # horses.

 

1797 Garrard County, Ky. Tax:

Hogan, Phillip - *0002, tax visit 7 June, (* “exmt” or  exempt), image #18/491 familysearch.org.

Hogan. David - 10002, 7 June, #18/491.                                                 

Hogan, James - May 9, 8 tracts of land various counties = more than 3 square miles, #71/491.  Entered into tax book labeled “formerly Mercer County.”   Tracts located in Scott, Fayette, Lincoln, Garrard Counties.

Hogan, Jno. -10003, May 29, 140 acres Kentucky River Garrard Co., Smith and Scott, #71/491.

Hogan, William 100 acres, 10215, May 10. #71/491.  Thought to be a brother of James Hogan.  This William Hogan eventually settled in Knox County, Kentucky, before moving to Alabama.   There are no tax books for 1798.  Notice the gap in years for Philip Hogan from 1797 to 1807.

 

1807 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax:

Hogan, Philip, 00001, Tax List #1, May 21, image 432/491

Hogan, Lewis, 10001, Tax List #2 for other Hogans, March 25

Hogan, Elisabeth, 100a, Garrard, Ky. R. 00001, March 19

Hogan, Edmund, 11001, March 21

Hogan, Zachariah, 10001, March 21

Hogan, James 1.0.3.6.15, May 31, 297a Garrard, Dicks, 1000a Knox, 100a Garrard, Kentucky River, 50a Jessamine L. Hickman. 

 

1809 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax

Hogan, Philip - 1002, image 164/1076

Hogan, Elizabeth – 100 acres Garrard, Ky. River 0003, image 185/1076

Hogan, Lewis – 109a Ky. River, 1012, image 185/1076

Hogan, James 297a Garrard Dicks, 1000a Knox, Rockcastle, 100a Garrard – Kenlw?, 200a Jessamine Hickman, 50a Jessamine. Hickman. 1.5.8.14, image 186/1076

 

1810 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax

Hogan, Zachariah – 215a Garrard Sugar Creek 1001, image 224/1076

Hogan, Philip – 0 0 0 3, image 225/1076    Notice that there are no free males entered, and may account for the Betsey Hogan entry in the 1810 US Census which follows.

Hogan, Lewis – 100a Kentucky River 1103, image 227/1076

Hogan James 297a, can’t read water course, 1.3.6.13, image 227/1076

Hogan, Elizabeth 100a, can’t read water course, 0002, image 227/1076

 

1810 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky:

Hogan, Jas - 2 males 10-15, 1 male & 2 females 16-25, 1 male + 1 female 45+, 5 slaves.

Hogan, Elizabeth – 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 26-44, 1 female 45+

*Hogan, Betsey – 1 female 0-9, 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 female 45+

 

1811 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax

Hogan, James 500a Rockcastle, 297a Garrard, Ky. River, 50a Jessamine Hickman Creek, 180a Garrard – Ky. River, 0.4.6.11, tax taken July 23

Hogan, Elizabeth Hogan – 100 acres, Ky. River, 0002, July 23

Hogan, Zachariah Hogan – 35a Sugar Creek 1005, April 27

Hogan, Philip – 1004, August 10.  Philip is again listed as a free male 21+.

 

1812 September 1 to 1812 October 1 – War of 1812/14:  Private Philip Hogan in Captain James Anderson’s Company, Second Regiment, Kentucky Militia.

Report of the Adjutant General of The State of Kentucky – Soldiers of the War of 1812, Kentucky Legislature 1891, page 66

 

1813 August 25 to 1813 November 8 – War of 1812/14: The following Hogans are privates in Captain John Falkner’s Company, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia – Commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Davenport.   In 1810, John Falkner lived in Garrard County, Kentucky.

James Hogan, Philip Hogan, Samuel Hogan

Report of the Adjutant General of The State of Kentucky – Soldiers of the War of 1812, Kentucky Legislature 1891, page 149

 

1815 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax

Hogan, Betsey – 88a Garrard, Cause Cr? 0114; image 486/1076, next on list is:

Hogan, Samuel – 109a Garrard, Cause Cr. ___, image 486/1076

Hogan, Philip – 1001, image 487/1076

 

1818 July 23 – Garrard County, Kentucky: Marriage of David Hogan to Ava Curtis (county record).  Ava may also be Eva.    Thought to be Philip Hogan’s Son.

 

1830 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky:

Hogan, John – 1 female 0-4, 1 female 5-9, 1 male 15-19, 1 male + 1 female 30-39, 5 slaves (Garrard District)

*Hogan, David – 1 female 0-4, 1 female 20-29, 1 male 30-39

 

1860 US Census of P.O. Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky: David Hogan 63 Ky. - Blacksmith, Eva Hogan 30 Ky, Wm. H. Hogan 35 Ky, Stephen D. Hogan 26 Ky, Andrew T. H. Hogan 17 Ky.

 

Part 3 – David Hogan (1759 to 1858)

 

(III). David Hogan, (2 October 1759 Orange Co. Va. to 24 February 1858, Carter County, Kentucky) is brother or 1st cousin to Prosser Hogan.  His birth date and location are stated to a direct question on his American Revolution pension application – born 2 October 1759 in Orange County, Virginia.   David Hogan married on 12 January 1786 Lincoln Co., Kentucky to Elizabeth “Betsy” Whooley, sometimes spelled Owley (county record).    Note: He must be kept separate from another David Hogan (born 1781) in Kentucky who lived mostly in Knox County, Kentucky beginning in 1802.  

 

               On 13 December 1851 in Lawrence County, Ohio, David Hogan filed his American Revolution pension application with the assistance of William B. Jarvis, a lawyer.   The application was rejected but appealed.   He was a substitute for one William Goldsbury of Burkes County, North Carolina.   David Hogan first enlisted as a private on (he thinks the date) 1st April 1779 in Burke County, North Carolina for a period of 18 months.  A payroll slip recorded him in Captain James Campbell’s company of foot in the 3rd North Carolina 24 May 1779.*   His command leaders changed frequently and included Captain John Sumpter, Nailer, Ferguson, Edmonson, and Colonel Benjamin Cleveland.     He marched first to Hawfields, then to Camden, then to near a small town of Virginia for the winter.   This followed with Rolly, then Ramsour’s Mills, mostly to keep in check Tories in the area.

 

               On 7 October 1780, David fought at the Battle of King’s Mountain.  Afterwards, he helped escort English prisoners to near Camden where he was honorably discharged on (he thinks) 29 October 1780.   On his way home, he met a company of mounted men commanded by Colonel Lewis, Major Lewis and Captain Toler in which he volunteered for an indefinite time.  They were actively engaged in scouting though the State of North Carolina in search of Tories, and continued until the last of July 1781, when he was honorably discharged.   Discharge papers were lost in a fire.    A number of fellow soldiers were named including Thomas Step and Robert Weathersford who had applied for pensions.

 

               At the time he entered the service between 18-19 years of age, he lived with his father in Burke County, North Carolina, was 5 feet 4 ½ inches, had dark eyes, dark hair, and was a farmer by occupation.   After peace was made (probably 1781), he moved to Lincoln County, afterwards Madison County and lived there several years, before removing to Russel County, Virginia for two years, thence to Campbell County, Virginia for 4 years, then to Butler County, Ohio where he resided for two years, then to Lawrence County, Kentucky, now called Carter County, Kentucky, where he now resides in August 20, 1851.  Answering to a question, David stated he “was born in Orange County, Virginia on the second day of October, 1759.”   The only record of his birth is in his eldest son’s Bible where lives in Carter County, Kentucky.   

Thanks go to Will Graves (in ancestry.com) for transcribing the pension information and to ancestry.com for filming the original pension for their website.  Pension application R5101.

* Company and Regiment as noted by the North Carolina Comptroller’s Office.

 

1786 January 12 – Lincoln County, Kentucky: Marriage of David Hogan to Betsy Whooley (county record).

 

1787 May 22, Tuesday – Madison County, Kentucky:  Court record – David Hogen who was bound by Recognizance to appear here to answer the complaint of John Dyer for feloniously stealing his horse who appeared accordingly and the Court is of the opinion that the said Hogen be discharged as no person appeared to prosecute.    

Madison County, Kentucky Court Order Book A, 1787-1791, Jackie Couture, 2006, page 17

 

1787–Madison County, Ky Tax:

Prosser Hogan, 100024, taken 7 July, image #15/1247.  Next name is:

Phillip Hogan, 100076, taken 14 July, image #15/1247.  There were 3 separate lists made for tax.

 

1788-Madison County, Ky. Tax:

Prosser Hogan 100030, 5 April, image #65/1247, 4th number is horses and 5th – studs

David Hogan 100020, 5 April, #65/1247

Philip Hogan 100020, 5 April, #65/1247.  Also, on 5 April listing are Henry, Michel, Peter, and Christopher Owley.

 

1789-Madison County, Ky. tax:

Phillip Hogan 0003, 7 April, #82/1247 and #88/1247

Prosser Hogan 1005, 18 April, #82/1247 and #87/1247. 

David Hogan 1002, 18 April, #82/1247 and #89/1247.  This 1789 tax has two reports for the same people.  The 2nd wasn’t listed under A’s, B’s, C’s, but was completely random when taken by date.  1790 Madison Co., Ky. Tax: Very small list - no Hogans

 

1789 July 17, Tuesday – Madison County, Kentucky: Ordered that John Boyles, Michael McNeely, James Henderson and George Adams be appointed Commissioners to alott and to David Hogan on behalf of his wife Elizabeth Hogan, formerly Elizabeth Owley, widow to John Owley, deceased, her dower of the Estate of the said John Owley, Deceased.

Madison County, Kentucky Court Order Book A, 1787-1791, Jackie Couture, 2006, page 63

 

Interesting…the two Wooley or Owley’s (Elizabeth who married David Hogan and Mary who married Prosser Hogan) are not sisters.

 

1791-Madison Co. Ky. Tax:

Susanna Hogan 0001, #115/1247.  Note: she is nowhere near the other Hogans.

David Hogan 1001, March 11, #124/1247.  Next to Prosser Hogan in “H” list

Prosser Hogan 1004, March 11, #124/1247

James Hogan 1001, March 22, #124/12471792- Madison County, Ky. Tax:

David Hogan 100014, Dec. 5, #134/1247.  Next to Prosser Hogan in “H” list

Prosser Hogan, 100560, Dec. 5, #134/1247

 

1796 – Washington County, Kentucky Tax Record:

David Hogin 100013, April 20, #76/1188

Prosser Hogin 100035, 50 acres, Popes Creek, Jeramiah Cowen, Washington Co., April 20, #79/1188

Philip Hogin 100023, 50 acres, Popes Creek, Jeramiah Cowen, Wash. Co., April 20, #79/1188

 

1797 January 3 – Washington County, Kentucky: Summary - Will of Michael Wooley names wife Jenny, gives items to daughters Rebecca and Barbery; plantation equally to my three boys William, David, John and my wife.  Three signatures follow: Thomas Hopp, Christopher Wooley, and David Hogin.  Will was proved by oaths of Christopher Worley, Jacob Soleman, and William Barel.    Recorded on the motion of Jenny Wooley, John Grunay, and John Reed.

Washington County Probate Records per familysearch.org (images # 69-70/1150).   

 

1797 Garrard County, Ky., Tax: (1st # white males 21+, 2nd # white males 16-20 (if only 4 numbers, this is missing. 3rd # blacks 16+, 4th # total blacks or blacks under 16, 5th # horses.

 

Hogan, Phillip - *0002, tax visit 7 June, (* “exmt” or exempt), image #18/491 familysearch.org.

Hogan -David - 10002, 7 June, #18/491.                                                 

Hogan, James - May 9, 8 tracts of land various counties = more than 3 square miles, #71/491.  Entered into tax book labeled “formerly Mercer County.”   Tracts located in Scott, Fayette, Lincoln, Garrard Counties.

Hogan, Jno. -10003, May 29, 140 acres Kentucky River Garrard Co., Smith and Scott, #71/491.

Hogan, William 100 acres, 10215, May 10. #71/491.  No tax book for 1798.

 

                       How do we know if this 1797 record of David Hogan is our subject and not David Hogan - the son of William Hogan (1750 to 1827) who is brother to James and Elizabeth Hogan of Garrard County?    This last David Hogan (17 June 1781 to 30 January 1867 Smithston, Missouri), was about the age 20 when he was first taxed in Knox County, Kentucky in 1802 and thereafter continuously through to 1811 and 1814 - 1816.  Any taxation for him in 1797 Garrard County would put his age about 16 and his tax numbers would be 01002.   At this time in Garrard County, our subject - David Hogan had limited assets and was in a different division of Garrard County tax records than other Garrard County Hogans, except when listed with Philip Hogan. 

 

 

1799 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax: (Tax Book 2 for first three Hogans)

Hogan, James - 11410, March 10, #85/491

Hogan, William - 00125, March 10, #85/491

Hogan, Elizabeth - 01001, date ? #85/491

Hogan, David - 10001, May 13, #95/491, Tax Book 3.

 

1798 August 6 – Garrard County Order Book:  A report of a road (be made) from Lancaster (county seat) to David Hogans…order that William M. Bledsoe be appointed surveyor (of the road) and hereof from the town of Lancaster to his storehouse and William Blackburn from said place to David Hogans..and hands be allotted to keep the same in repair as the law directs.

Garrard Court Order Books, familyhistory.org, page 32, image 73/663

 

1800 Garrard County, Kentucky Tax

Hogan, David 10001, April 5, #113/491

Ho__, Elizabeth, 01006, 100 acres, Kentucky River, April 8, #137/491

Hogan, William, 01122, 90 acres White Oak Wm Hogan, April 7 #137/491

Hogan, James, 10499, numerous acres, April 7, #137/491

 

1800 Warren County Ky., Tax: David Hogan 10001, February 10, #70/1344.  No 1801 tax

 

1802 Warren County Ky., Tax: David Haugen, March 16, #105/1304

 

1810 US Census of Green County, Kentucky: (1st three in Greensburg District)

James Hogan – 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+.  (image 3/9)

Proser Hogan – 2 males + 2 females 0-9, 1 male + 1 female 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+ (image 5/13)

John Hogan – 1 male 0-9, 1 male + 1 female 16-25 (image 6/13)

David/Daniel Hogan/Hagan – 1 male 0-9, 2 males 9-15, 1 male + 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 male 45+.   David name also appears to look like Daniel.   (image 1/9)

 

1820 US Census of Greenup County, Kentucky: David Hogan 1 male 0-9, 2 male and 2 female 10-15, 1 male and 2 females 10-15, 1 male and 2 female 16-25, 1 male and 1 female 45+  (image 4/15)

 

1825 September 27 – Greenup County:  David Hogan two Kentucky Land Warrants in Greenup County – (1). 50 acres on the Ellington Bear Creek, and 50 acres of Whites Creek.  (Book S/203 and S/204. 

The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1, by Willard Rouse Jielson, 1971, page 592.

 

1830 US Census of Lawrence County, Kentucky: David Hogan 1 female 0-4, 2 males and 1 female 10-15, 1 female 50-60-, 1 male 70-80.  (image 3/44.  Next to Isom Hogan 1 female 0-4, 1 male and 1 female 2-30.  Lawrence County was formed 1821 in part from Greenup County.

 

1840 US Census of Carter County, Kentucky: David Hogan 1 female 15-19, 1 male 20-29, 1 female 60-69, 1 male 80-89.   Employed in agriculture.   Three places from Isham Hogan, 2 male and 1 female 0-4, 1 male and 1 female 5-9, 1 male and 1 female 30-40.   Carter County was established 1838 from Greenup and Lawrence Counties.

 

1850 US Census of Dist. 2, Carter County, Kentucky: David Hogan, farmer 91 Va., Betsey Hogan 75 Va., William Hogan, farmer, 41 Ky; Andrew Hogan, farmer, 32 Ky; John Hogan 8 Ky, Elizabeth Hogan 6 Ky, Harrison Hogan 7 Ky, Mary Hogan 4 Ky; William Sims laborer 33 Ky; Charles Frad 27 Ohio; Sally Chafin 25 Va; Sophrona Dixon 24 Va.  (image 17-18/66 ancestry.com).  

 

On same census page is Isom Hogan, 43 (~1807) born Virginia and wife Lenna Hogan 42 Va. and 6 children.  Isom Hogan - born Virginia seems to be a surprise, but David’s pension application did state he lived in Virginia for 6 years.  

 

1857 Carter County Tax: David Hogan is listed as 1 voter, no taxes, no land.  This is the last record found before his death.   No will could be found, but possibly there might be an estate administration.   Deed Indexes fail show land being given to heirs.

 

1858 February 24 - Carter County, Kentucky: David Hogan, farmer, reported at age 112!

Kentucky Death Records 1852-1965, ancestry.com    

 

Children of David and Betsey Hogan (incomplete)

 

(1). William Hogan (~1808/09)

(2). Andrew Hogan (1817/18)

(3). Rachel Hogan who married 8 July 1822 Greenup Co., Ky., to Thomas Campbell

(4). Isom Hogan

(Others names mentioned: Harrison Hogan, Davis Hogan, Jane Hogan

 

Part 4 - Related Hogan Data:

Phillip Hogan Sr. and Jr. of Hanover and Orange Counties, Virginia

 

Philip Hogan of Hanover County, Virginia During the Years 1701 and 1736 to 1756

 

1701 April 25 – King and Queen County, Virginia:  Charles Fleming, 1184 acres, King & Queen County, in Pamunkey Neck, on branches of Mahixon Creek, adjacent Col. Johnson, land of Bradley, and Ralph Wormeley, Esquire.  Importation of 24 persons, (includes) Phil Hogan

 

               In 1701/02, New Kent County divided from King and Queen County.  In 1720, Hanover County divided from New Kent.    Key river location is the Pamunkey River where Mehixon Creek flows into it on the north side.  This is on today’s King William County and Hanover County on the southside of the Pamunkey River. 

 

King William, New Kent, and Hanover Counties lost their county records to fires and the Civil War.  Existing information comes from other sources.  

 

The following Hanover County records come from the records of the Merchant Store of Thomas Partridge & Co., Hanover (abbreviated Partridge & Company).   Their information begins in 1734 and ends in 1756.  Source is the Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly on-line at ancestry.com.    Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly will be abbreviated “VaGenSocQ.”   The abbreviation “nd” may be next due entry or next page.   Some abbreviations in documents will be given full spelling

 

1736 – Partridge & Company Store:  Mr. John Ragland, June 5, 1736 (brought from Book C); Jul 12, Oct 14, 14 Dec (1 quart Rum dd Phillip Hogan); Feb. 24 (2quarts Rum dd Phillip Hogan); May 31 (3 Boys hats @ 2/6, 2 men’s ditto No. 3 @ 4/6; 1 dozen Shoe Tacks 4d).   Credits: May 30, 1737 (2 hundred tobacco at Merriweathers); June 6 (1 hundred Tobo at Meriwrs,. Carried to page 187.  (VaGenSocQ vol 23, #2, pg 28, image 28/80)

 

1737 – Partridge & Co. Store: Mr. John Anderson alias Ward. June 18, 1737 (brought from A book, page 84, 1 pair women’s hose); August 12, September 10 (1 pair girl’s gloves), 26; Oct. 15, Nov. 1, 11, 15, 25, 28 (paid Jno. Jennings); Dec. 3. 5. 10, 23 (paid Phill Hogan); Jan. 16, Feb 20; Credits – June 18, 1737 by Wm Jennings, carried to page 325).  (VaGenSocQ vol 24, #1, image 35/84). 

 

1738 – Partridge & Co. Store: Mr. William Snead, Junr. 1738 June 13, 28 (1 pair women’s shoes); Jul 4 (1 hatt No. 1); Augs 7, 25, 31, Sept. 30 (1 pair Shoe Buckles); Oct. 5, 17, 27 (paid John Glenn); Nov. 14 (8 Cont Buttos), 30 (paid Phill Hogan); (nd) your account in Cash book page 32.  Credits: 1739 June 5 (1 transferred note at Pages); (nd) (By John Darney as in Book B, 188); 1740 September 4 (by Cash received of Richard Henderson at Court).   (VaGenSocQ, Vol 24, #3, pg 46, image 46/84)

 

1739 June 6 – Partridge & Co. Store: Mr. John Vaughon. 1738 (Balance from Book B, 11 paid Richard Henderson in yeare 1736).  Credits: 1739 June 6 (by Phillip Hogin as In p. 23, By Mr. John S Nelson as in page 93), (VaGenSocQ, Vol 24, #3, pg 49, image 49/84)

 

1739 July 9 – Partridge & Co. Store: Capt. Charles Hudson – long list which mentions “Phillip Hogin - 1 Levie, July 9, 1739.   (VaGenSocQ, Vol 24, #2, pg 43.)

 

1741 November 23 – Partridge & Co. Store: Mr. Phillip Hogan, 1738 Oct. 12 (nd) (To his Debt from B, 2243; paid Mr. Wathen); 1741 Nov. 23.  Credits: (nd) (By crop note at Meriwethrs; paid for a bill Jno. Vaughan security for his Levie).    (VaGenSocQ, Vol 24, #2, pg 48, image 48/84)

 

1755 – Partridge & Co. Store: Capt. Robert Jennings, Jan. 1, 3 (1,500 Nod Nails, 1,500 8ds/m6ds), 21 (1 Qr. Paper), Feb. 10 (1 pair women’s shoes 5/, 1 pair girl’s shoes ¾, 1 horn books 4d, 1m*ds, 1 lb. Brimstone 8d, 1 m 6ds), 11, 21 (paid James Pate(?); Mar. 10, May 25 (2 m 10ds); Jun 18 (paid Phillip Hogan, John Plants Account), Credits (between Jan 3 and May 13…. Recd. 1755.  The balance due was carried forward.   (VaGenSocQ, Vol 25, #1, image 45/77)

 

1756 (date uncertain) – Partridge & Co. Store: Mr. Prosser Hogan, Jun 18 (1 fine hatt 13); Sep 23; Nov 24, Dec 6,15 (pd for his Hhd (hundred pounds tobacco) light & stemmed? 7/6, pd Jeremiah Sacra). Credits: Dec. 15 (by 1 hundred pounds tobacco at Pages).  (Account settled and not carried forward).  (VaGenSocQ, Vol 25, #2, pg 46, image 46/76. 

 

Part 5 - Philip Hogan, Junior of Orange County, Virginia

During the Years 1761 to 1769

 

               24 July 1761 Orange County: The Petition of John Chandler against Philip Hogan, Junr not being executed, an alias summons is awarded him against the said defendant returnable to next Court (Orange County, Va. Orders 1754-1762)

 

               27 November 1761 Orange County: John Chandler plaintiff against Philip Hogan Junr defendant this day came the Petition by his attorney and the defendant who duly warned, failed to appear therefore it is considered by the court that the plaintiff recover against the said defendant 4 pounds 1 shilling and 3 pence current money.  (Also) the debt in the Petition mentioned and his cost by him about his suit in the behalf expended, and the said defendant in mercy & c.  Also 7 shillings and 6 pence for a Lawyer's fee. 

 

               25 March 1763 Orange County: William Kendal, plaintiff against Philip Hogan, defendant.  On Petition, this day came the plaintiff and the defendant failing to appear, it is considered that the plaintiff recover against the said defendant one pound, 20 shillings and 8 pence current money, the debt in the Petition mentioned and his costs by about his suit in this behalf expended and the said debt in mercy, & c. (Orange County Virginia Orders 1762-1763, page 68.)

 

               May 1763:  John Goodall, plaintiff against Philip Hogan, Junr, defendant in debt.  The debt not being arrested on motion of the petition by his attorney, an "alias capids" is awarded him against the debt returnable to next court.  (Orange County Orders, 1762-1763)

 

               28 July 1763 Orange County: John Chandler, Petition against Philip Hogan Junr, defendant, on a "Scire Fasias/"  The Sheriff having retuned that the defendant is not found in his Bailiwick nor hath he anything whereby he could cause him to know and the defendant not appearing, on the motion of the plaintiff attorney, an "alias scire fasias" is awarded him against the defendant returnable to the next court.

               (Same date): John Goodall, plaintiff against Phil Hogan Junr. Defendant.  The debt not being arrested, a "plurias capias" is awarded him against the defendant, returnable to next court (pages 91 and 98, Orange County Orders, 1762-1763).

 

               23 September 1763 Orange County: John Goodall, plaintiff against Philip Hogan Junr. Defendant.  The debt not appearing ordered that a "plurias capias" be awarded him against the defendant returnable to next court.  (Page 105, Orange County Orders, 1762-1763).

 

               26 April 1764 Orange County: The persons herein mentioned to open a road from Braxtons Quarter to the Red Oak Level.  Twenty-four names including...Philip Hogan.  (Orange County, Virginia Minute Book 1, page 7a).

 

               1769 Orange County Tithables; Phillip Hogens, 2 polls.

 

Part 6 - David Hogan of Hanover County – Possibly Belongs to Philip Hogan Group

 

               “At a Court held for Hanover County on Thursday, 7 (cut off, but about 1786).  The Court do Certifie that David Hogan late a Continental (Army), command of Capt. Richard B. Anderson of the 5th Virginia (cut off) in the said service and that his widow Mary Hogan is in (cut off) circumstances as renders a pension proper and necessary.”   Signed. Thomas Todd.

 

               …”Publich money in his hands do pay unto Mary Hogan the widow of the (David) Hogan, who was a private in the fifth Virginia Regiment and died in the Service of the United Sates, the sum of five pounds being the pension that she is entitled to for the present year under the hand of Edmund Randolph Esquire, Governor of this Commonwealth the said Mary Hogan having made Oath before John Lawrence, Gent…to commence the first day of January 1787.  Signed Edm. Randolph, 26 October 1787.

Revolutionary War Pension Records – Digitized Military Resources, Pension Lists, Library of Virginia, David Hogan, images 1 – 24

 

             It is possible that David Hogan belongs to Philip and Prosser Hogan line who lived in Hanover County.   Loss of Hanover County records prevents further efforts to connect them.