William Hogan (1777-1826) + Nancy Wadlaw (1778-1853)
Washington Hogan (1802-1834) + ?
NEW INFORMATION FOR 2003 – 2004
· David Allen Bible Records from Helen Bandfield
· Records - Elk Lick Baptist Church, Estill County, Kentucky
· Humphrey Hogan (b. 1809) in 1872 Lincoln County, Kansas
· Last Days of Solomon Hogan (~1805/09)
· 1802 Tax Record for William Hogan in Tennessee?
· 1805 Tax Record for William Hogan in Virginia
· 1831 and 1834 Arkansas for Washington Hogan?
NEW INFORMATION FOR 2006 TO 2008
· Y-DNA Results link to Humphrey Hogan – the Long Hunter – See Section XII near end of this chapter.
· Y-DNA Results relate to a William Hogan (born 1777) to a different William Hogan (~1777) of South Carolina
· More Records for Ester Hogan Tatum
Died: 12 Feb. 1826 *** or 14 February 1826** in Estill County, Kentucky
Married to Nancy Wadlaw,* estimated ~1798 at unknown location
Parents: (1) Y-DNA results point to Humphrey Hogan (~1740's) + Rebecca Johnson; See Section XII for explanation. (2) Also, three descendants of William Hogan were named Humphrey.
Nancy Wadlaw* (or Wadlow)
Born: 15 October 1778 *** or 15 October 1775 ** or 1779* in Maryland ****
Died: 8 October 1853 (very hard to read) *** (burial site needs to be identified). Date doubted. Last noted in 1835 and possibly on an 1840 census.
Parents: William Wadlaw* and Rachael Love (born in Maryland)*
2nd Edition, Morphew/Murphy Story – Jim Murphy, Previous revision 20 March 2012; current revision 28 July 2013
Gary Tharp and Bud Miller have tirelessly explored this family line with me and their help has been fantastic. There is no way I can say enough about their efforts. And to you, Bud, all those mailings to me now add up to a stack of papers 7 inches high!
Family Record and Other Sources
(*) Information is from Mrs. Roy (Gladys) Allumbaugh of Boise, Idaho and is considered a family record. Her source is probably a 1926 letter by B. Frank Allumbaugh, as related by Donna Alumbaugh in her 1981 book, “Allumbaugh and Alumbaugh Family – 1740-1981.” This Allumbaugh source is our only record of the “Wadlaw” or “Wadlau” surname. Details follow in write-up below.
(**) Information is from the Bible of James Morphew (1805) which was in the hands of Harold Morphew, a descendant of James Riley Morphew. This was sent by ? to myself in 1963 and discussed in a letter to Theodore R. Specht, dated 7 January 1964. It was forgotten until kindly relayed by Jerry Specht in his 11/2002 e-mail. This Bible does not give the maiden name for Nancy, wife of William Hogan.
(***) Information is from the Bible of David Allen (born 1804), who married Nancy Hogan (born 1811), courtesy of Helen Bandfield 11/2002). This gives us our best dates.
(****) from 1880 census records
This William Hogan Chapter has the Following Sections:
(I)......Our Earliest Family Record for William and Nancy Hogan
(II).....Comments on the Earliest Years 1777 - 1800
(III)....Census Record Clues on Early Hogan Migration 1799 - 1823
(IV)....An 1802 William Hogan Tennessee Sighting(?)
(V).....William Hogan in 1805 Virginia
(VI)....William Hogan in 1810 Knox County, Kentucky
(VII)...Hogans in Estill County, Kentucky
(VIII)..Hogans in Putnam County, Indiana 1827+
(IX).....Children of William and Nancy Hogan
(X)......Possible Linkage to Other Hogan Lines
(XI).....Misc. Sightings in Early Tennessee for Any William Hogan
(XII)....Y-DNA Results for our Hogan and what is means
(XIII)...Census Records for These Hogans
(I). Our Earliest Family Record for William and Nancy Hogan
Our earliest record comes from Gladys Allumbaugh, Boise, Idaho in 1965, whose source was from some old family papers, probably by B. Frank Allumbaugh of Boise, Idaho in 1926, who wrote:
“Rachel Love, born Maryland, married “William Wadlau (Wadlaw).” Daughter Nancy, born 1779, married William Hogan of Tennessee. Their daughter Rebecca, born 1799 Tennessee, married James Morphew October 1825 Estill County, Kentucky....”
This letter is found in “Allumbaugh-Alumbaugh Family 1740-2001” by Donna Jean Allumbaugh, 2nd Edition, 2003, page 1330. This Allumbaugh source included other family history information which is very accurate.
Birth Year Father born Mother born
(1) William Hogan “II” (1802/04).......Maryland........Maryland
(2) Nancy (Hogan) Allen (1811).........Tennessee......Mar?l??d, (Maryland.)
(3) Ester (Hogan) Tatum (1822/23)...Kentucky*.......Tennessee*
(4) Humphrey Hogan (1809)..............Tennessee......Maryland.
* information discounted, see census record at end of chapter for reason
Three of four records state Nancy Hogan (1778-1853) was born in Maryland. This is good evidence that Maryland was her birth state. Only two 1880 census records state William Hogan (1777-1827) was born in Tennessee. This is less useful.
Y-DNA Evidence: Y-DNA evidence suggests a 92% chance that William's father was Humphrey Hogan (~1745/50 to 1789/90), who migrated to Tennessee Territory about 1771. There is an 8% chance that the ancestor was further back in time, most likely with the next earlier generation. Details of the Y-DNA test are found in Section 12 – "Y-DNA Results and What They Mean."
Given these y-dna results, William was likely born in today's Sullivan County, Tennessee. His birth year of 1777 predates Middle Tennessee and places him among the earliest children born in Tennessee.
Wife Nancy Wadlaw: The search for Nancy Wadlaw's origins can be found in the chapter about Maryland Wadlows. The “Wadlaw” or “Wadlau” surname is thought misspelled and should be “Wadlow.” Even though the Allumbaugh papers state her parents were William Wadlaw + Rachael Love (born Maryland), they still haven’t been identified. There are a handful of William Wadlow records that could her father in both Maryland and in Washington County, Virginia. The problem is that these records so spotty that they might belong to someone else.
Washington Hogan Puzzle: Until recently, Washington Hogan was thought to be a brother of William Hogan. The David Allen Bible states Washington Hogan’s birth date was 1802, making him a son. After William Hogan died in 1826, one could speculate that Washington Hogan assumed the role of male head of this family with his mother, brothers and sisters. In 1834, Washington Hogan died, and his 1834-1835 Putnam County, Indiana probate created much confusion. His “heirs” were mis-interpreted as his children when in fact they were relatives. There is nothing to indicate Washington Hogan married or had any children. Future reviews could change this.
(III). CENSUS RECORD CLUES ON EARLY HOGAN MIGRATION
From 1799 to 1823
U.S. Census records 1850+ give the birth state for the children of William + Nancy Hogan, and are helpful showing Hogan movement from Tennessee to Kentucky.
Rebecca Hogan (1799)........... born Tennessee
William Hogan (1801/04)....... born Tennessee
John W. Hogan (1804/05.........born Virginia (1860 U.S. Census)
Solomon Hogan (1805-1809)..born Kentucky (Information questionable)
Humphrey Hogan (1809/10)...born Kentucky
Nancy Hogan (1811)................born Kentucky
Mahala Hogan (1819/22)........born Kentucky
Hester Hogan (1822/23)..........born Kentucky
These records indicate William Hogan and family exited Tennessee as early as 1803. No location in Tennessee has been found and this is becomes part of the mystery. The birth state for his son John W. Hogan (1804/05) was Virginia, if his 1860 census record can be counted on. This suggests the Hogan family was already on the move away from Tennessee. Surprisingly enough, the only Hogan to be found on the complete Washington County, Virginia personal tax records is a William Hogan for the year of 1805.
(IV). An 1802 Tennessee William Hogan Sighting?
There is a William Hogan recorded on the 1802 Roane County, Tennessee tax list, but not in the next surviving 1805 list. No other county records have been found mentioning him. Roane County was formed from Blount and Knox Counties in 1801. The only other Hogan in the area was a James Hogan from 1797 to 1803 in Blount County and 1806 Roane County. These two Hogans do not appear to intersect.
(V). WILLIAM HOGAN IN 1805 VIRGINIA?
John W. Hogan was born 1804/05 in Virginia, according to his 1860 U.S. Census (courtesy of Cindy Lowe, e-mail 1 April 2004). Furthermore the only Hogan to be listed on Washington County, Virginia personal property taxes was a William Hogan in the tax years of 1804 and 1805. This must be our William Hogan.
The 1810 U.S. Census of Knox County, Kentucky lists a William Hogan, with data strongly suggesting our subject:
5 males born 1800-<1810
1 female born 1790-<1800
1 male and 1 female born 1765-1784.
A second William Hogan Sr. is listed in the 1810 Knox County Census, who was born ~1757 and died 1827. It is reported that he married 1st to Nancy Wadleigh, 2nd Sarah (Grant) Fullington, and 3rd to Hannah Mayes. The similarity of Wadlow and Wadleigh names is a “show stopper” and is hard to explain. “Wadlow” doesn’t sound like Wadleigh until one understands that Maryland and Virginia Wadlows freely interchanged their surname with “Wadley.” Possibly, Nancy Wadleigh” researchers confused her with our own Nancy Wadlaw/Wadlow. Also, the “Wadleigh” spelling suggests New England origin and is not found in colonial Maryland and Virginia.
No Knox County deeds could be identified belonging to our William Hogan, suggesting he was a renter or transient. Yearly tax records for Knox County from 1800 to 1816 indicate that there were only two William Hogans in the year 1810. The one with one adult male 21+, two horses, and no slaves is likely ours. He does not appear again in the 1811, 1815, and 1816 tax records (1812, 1813, part of 1814 tax records are missing or unreadable). Our William Hogan is found next in 1805 Washington County, Virginia. After that, he surfaces again in 1816 Estill County.
This is the second time that William Hogan was found on a tax record for only a single year. Could this be occupational migration rather than a traditional migration path?
1816 – 1827 Estill County, Kentucky tax lists: These begin in 1808 and our William Hogan is recorded yearly beginning 1816 through the year 1827. There appears to be two different tax lists and they are not quite the same in content.
1820 July 18 - Estill County Court: Case of William Richardson versus Samuel Plummer; covenant broken 25 February 1818. The defendant rented Miller’s Old Cave, lying on the north side of North Fork of Kentucky River in a survey of land belonging to Samuel Smith. Plummer was to pay 10 pounds per hundred weight of salt peter as rent and $500 sum if defaulted. The Court determined that the defendant broke his covenant. Witnesses included William Hogan and Thomas Brinegar.
1823 Estill County Tax: William Hogan is listed on the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River with 4 children between ages 4 and 14.
1824 Estill County Tax: William Hogan is listed on the "Middle Fork" with 50 acres with 6 children between 4 and 14 years of age. In 1824, Washington Hogan is recorded with 0 children between 4 years of age and 14 years.
1824 January 17 – Kentucky Land Grant for Estill County: On “17 January 1824, surveyed for William Hogan, 50 acres of land with his improvement on Buffalo Creek...to Washington Hogan marker.”
A survey followed showing a narrow six-sided funnel shaped piece of land, without reference to where the creek may be or where on the creek this land lies. There appears to be two Buffalo Creeks on the South Fork of Kentucky River, as pointed out by Bud Miller (2/2003). First Buffalo Creek is on the present day boundary between Owlsey and Clay Counties, north of Oneida, Clay County, Kentucky. The second is “Lower Buffalo Creek” which has its mouth in present-day Lee County at a landmark called “Lower Buffalo” and runs upstream in a southeast direction for a short distance into northern Oswley County. It is this latter creek that is near the mouth of Elk Creek and general location of the Elk Creek Baptist Church. This is most likely the Hogan location.
1825 Estill County Tax: the children's listing was dropped. In 1825, William is now on Buffalo Creek with two white males over 21 and 1 horse.
1825 July 7 – Estill County Marriage Bond: William Hogan (Jr.) to Hannah Allen.
1825 - 1828 Elk Lick Baptist Church records show Hogans, Allens, Eggers, and Morphews belonged to the Elk Lick Baptist Church near the South Fork, whose records were compiled by Dr. D. L. Brewer and can be found online. Thanks to Dr. Brewer, these records are a tiny window into the lives of these people and include:
1825 December 28 – Elk Lick Baptist Church: Nathan Murphy (Morphew) became treasurer
1826 Elk Lick Baptist Church: In 1826, James Agers (Eggers) was a moderator and trustee and Daniel Eggers, Jr. Minister. The Church agreed to receive “experiences” within the church with the help of Brethren which included Nancy Hogan, John Hogan, Humphry Hogan, (and a 2nd) Nancy Hogan on 1 May 1826. D. Allen (David Allen) was in a church squabble in June.
1826 July 29 – Estill County Marriage Bond: John Hogan to Cynthia Eggers on 29 July 1820. Comment: Year was misread and should be 1826.
1826 September 20 – Estill County Marriage Bond: Bond reads “for the sum of 50 pounds to which payment made...James Murphey and William Hogan, between James Murphy and Rebecca Hogan. Signed: William Hogan, 20th day of September 1826.” A previous report of Rebecca Hogan married to James Morphew on 5 October 1825 was not found on last visit.
1826 Estill County Tax: Names are:
Washington Hogan with 1 white adult male over 21 and no horse
William Hogan with 1 white adult male and no horse
Nancy Hogan, 50 acres in Estill County, no adult male and 1 horse.
There is an additional Hogan listed, but can’t read it. It looks like Leneyn or Garyn Hogan. Only the “ym” is clearly written. Probably this is someone reaching age 21 and could be son Solomon or Solomyn Hogan.
1827 Estill County Tax: Washington Hogan is noted on the South Fork of the Kentucky River.
1827 April 1 - Elk Lick Baptist Church: Church licensed Brother William Hogan to the ministry. Jonathan Hogan is on their 1827 records.
1827 May 8 – Estill County Marriage Bond: Nancy Hogan to David Allen. Marriage bond in 8 May 1827, which reads: ...David Allen and John Hogen...sum of fifty pounds...8th day May 1827...marriage shortly intended ...between David Allen and Nancy Hogan. Signed David Allen and John Hogan.
1827 September 1 - Elk Lick Baptist Church: Those leaving the church (dismissed) by letter (usually moved away): James and Sary (Sarah) Agers (Eggers) - his wife; John and Cynthia Hogan - his wife
Robert Rose (his “x”) Nancy Hogan
Washington Hogan Washington Hogan
William Hogan William Hogan
ADDITIONAL HEIRS SIGN THE LAND SALE
John Hogan and James Morphew
Estill County Legal Document for John Hogan and James Merphew (hard to read):
I, Robert Clark, clerk of the court from Nancy Hogan and other to Jacob Bowman was produced to him in my office on 11 March 1828 and do acknowledge by William Hogan and Washington Hogan to be their act and deed and on the same day was proven by the oath of said Washington and William Hogan to be the act and deed of the said Nancy Hogan, David Allen, Humphry Hogan, Solomon Hogan, John Hogan and James Murphew for the purposes through in named and thereupon on the old __(document). Signed: Robert Clark
Apparently, additional heirs John Hogan and James Morphew are added to the list on the property sale. They probably had already moved away. Robert Rose who signed the land sale in 1827 is probably a legal representative for Jacob Bowman.
1828 February 24 – Estill County Marriage Bond: Humphrey Hogan to Jane Chambers
1828 September – Elk Lick Baptist Church: Members dismissed were Nancy Hogan, Lucy Murphy (Mrs. Nathan Morphew), James + Rebecca (Hogan) Morphew, Humphrey Hogan, and Solomon Hogan.
1828+ Estill County Tax: No Hogans except for a Levi Hogins.
(VIII). Hogan in Putnam County, Indiana 1827+
About 1827, the Hogans began moving to Putnam County, Indiana, and they appear on the marriage records. All are related, except for Thomas Hogan:
William Hogan married Jane Gorden 15 March 1829 at Putnam County, Ind.
Solomon Hogan married Abigail Monett on 15 February 1830
Mahala Hogan married Joseph Agers 15 January 1835 Putnam County, Ind.
Thomas Hogan married Jane Bell 22 April 1837 Putnam County, Indiana
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County shows the following Hogans.
Names of Wives added
David Allen + Nancy Hogan
Humphrey Hogan + Jane Chambers
John Hogan + Cynthia Eggers???
Nancy Hogan, born 1778, with children and probably Washington Hogan
Solomon Hogan + Abigail Monett
William Hogan (next to Nancy Hogan) + Jane Gorden
James Morphew + Rebecca Hogan
Not thought related: Andrew Hogan
1840 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana:
Solomon Hogan + Abigail Monett (Floyd Township)
Joseph Agers + Mahala Hogan (Floyd Township)
Not thought related: Andrew Hogan and Thomas Hogan, both of Washington Township, which is at the opposite end of Putnam County.
The court records leaves one confused about a number of issues.
(1) Who was Nancy Hogan?
(2) Why did Nancy Hogan contest the estate settlement? Nancy must be Nancy Wadlow Hogan (1778) - the mother, and this action was made to keep the remaining money in her hands, rather than being divided between all heirs.
(3) Did Washington Hogan marry and did some of the younger children belong to him?
(4) Why did the probate fail to include Rebecca (Hogan) Morphew and Nancy (Hogan) Allen as heirs?
(5) Could cousins be included?
(6) Can another completely different interpretation better explain what we are reading here?
This is the best that can be determined without family record list. If Washington Hogan (born 1802 to 1834 - Bible record) did marry, then some of the youngest children may belong to him. Major errors probably exist with this list of children of William Hogan (1777-1826 Bible record) + Nancy Wadlaw (1778-1853 Bible record).
Events for William Hogan and Jane Gorden
1827 April 1 - Elk Lick Baptist Church, Estill County, Kentucky: William Hogan became Moderator, Deacon, and on 1 April 1827, licensed to the ministry.
1829 – 1848 Putnam County, Indiana: William and Jane Hogan bought and sold 8 parcels of land in Putnam County, Indiana from 1829 to 1848, with all but one in Floyd Township. In Putnam County, Indiana, William Hogan was a carpenter and an early minister for a Baptist Church, which was located on the farm of Jesse Eggers.
1829 October 7 – Putnam County Land Entry #9204: William Hogan, 80 acres, SE Section 32, Township 16, Range 3 West. His first land is in Floyd Township, next to the southern border of Jackson Township, about 3 miles ENE of Bainbridge. Washington Hogan’s land was diagonally southeast and across from him
1830 Putnam County, Indiana
1840 Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana
1845 Floyd Township, Putnam County tax list, no details
1850 Wapello County, Iowa
1856 Washington Township, Franklin County, Iowa
1860 Lykins County, Kansas
1880 Salt Creek Township, Chautaugua County, Kansas
Children of William Hogan and Jane Gorden (source - Gary Tharp):
(i). Mary Ann Hogan (16 April 1831 Putnam County, Indiana to 10 July 1903) married about 1868 in Kansas to William H. Tharp (5 August 1813 Franklin County, Indiana).
(ii) James M. Hogan (1832/34 Putnam County, Indiana to >1900) married about 1857 to Martha A. Blake (~1835 Indiana to >1900 Oklahoma). James M. and Martha Blake Hogan lived in the following locations:
Information, courtesy of Christine Zimpel, emails of 1 March 2008 and 4 March 2008, a descendant of Charles E. Hogan and Gary Tharp, several emails, including 3 March 2008:
1856 Washington Township, Franklin County, Iowa Census: James M. Hogan in his parent's residence of William and Jane Hogan.
1860 P.O. Chapin, Clinton Township, Franklin County, Iowa U.S. Census: With wife Martha A. Hogan
1865 Lexington Township, Lexington Township, Johnson County, Kansas Census
1875 Palestine Township, Sumner County, Kansas Census
1880 District 191, Oxford, Sumner County, Kansas U.S. Census with James M. Hogan's father born Tennessee and mother Indiana.
1900 Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma, US census: With children and grandchildren living at home, including sons Charles E. Hogan (widower) and Albert L. Hogan.
James M. Hogan + Martha A. Blake had the following children:
(a) Charles Edgar Hogan (November 1858 Iowa), a carpenter, married 1st about 1878/79 to Ida B. __ (~1858/59 Illinois to before 1900), 2nd about 1902/03 to Lower(?) M. (~1866 Indiana), and 3rd to Rosa __ (~1866 Indiana). Lower had children from her first marriage.
Charles E. Hogan lived in the following census locations:
1880 Oxford Township, Sumner County, Kansas
1900 Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma with Charles' parents
1910 Driftwood, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma
1920 Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma
Based on their 1900 census, children of Charles E. and Ida B. Hogan are probably: (aa) Frank Hogan (October 1880 Kansas), (bb) Grace Hogan (May 1887 Kansas), (cc) Bessy Hogan (April 1890 Kansas). From the 1910 census record, one child of Charles E. and Lower M. Hogan was (dd) Peter Oder Hogan(?), (1904/5), with one known step-son, Ira Barkman (1892/93 Kansas).
(b) Albert L. Hogan (14 May 1860 Iowa to 11 September 1928) married about 1902/03 to Phoebe C. __ (20 November 1885 Kansas to 6 June 1982 and both buried Pawhuska Cemetery, Osage County). They lived in Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma. Their children per census records are: (aa) Clifford Hogan (1904/05 OK), (bb) James Hogan (1906/07), (cc) William Hogan (November 1909).
(c) Lincoln "Grant" Hogan (February 1866 Kansas to 1932) married to Emma L. __ (July 1851 Illinois to 1910 and both buried Pawhuska Cemetery, Osage County, Ok) and 2nd to Matilda __ (~1866). Emma had been previously married to __ Blackford with 3 known children.
Grant Hogan lived in the following locations, per census records:
1885 Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas
1900 Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma
1910 + 1920 Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma.
Children of Grant and Emma L. Hogan are: (aa) Anna May Hogan (December 1884 Kansas), (bb) Clarence Hogan (October 1886 Kansas).
(d) James W. Hogan (1869/70 Kansas)
(iii) Elizabeth Hogan (16 May 1837 Putnam County, Indiana to 18 November 1915 Elk City, Montgomery County, Kansas and buried West Liberty Cemetery, Salt Creek Township, Chautauqua County, Kansas) married Elihu Hawkins Tharp (9 November 1833, Canton, Fulton County, Illinois). They had 7 children.
(iv) William Anderson Hogan (19 October 1841 Putnam County, Indiana to 2 January 1899 Lincoln County, Oklahoma and buried New Zion Cemetery at Chandler) married in 1866 Johnson County, Kansas to Abigail Ann Pitt (1 January 1846 Des Moines County, Iowa to 26 February 1923 and buried at same cemetery).
Corrections and additions, thanks go to John Cory, email 16 and 18 March 2012
1861, and 1864-1872 Johnson County, Kansas: William A. Hogan was a Civil War Sergeant in Company H, 12th Kansas Infantry Regiment. In 1866, he married in Johnson County to Abigail Pitt. No children are noted on his 1870 census.
1872-1877 Sumner County, Kansas
1877+ Salt Creek Township, Chautauqua County, Kansas: 300 acre farm where in 1881 William A. Hogan was elected to the State Legislature on the Republican ticket. In 1883, William A. Hogan sold out and located at Sedan and engaged in contracting and building.
1900 Fox Township, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Abigail without William
1910 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Abigail as mother to Lucretia Lynges
1920 Chandler City, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Abigail with Lucretia
Their biography in William G. Cutler's 1883 "History of the State of Kansas," noted they had living three children: Lord Hogan, Lane Hogan, and Crete Hogan, but by combining their 1880, 1900, 1910 U.S. Census records and with the help of john at email@example.com, the following is projected:
(a) Lula H. Hogan (14 October 1870 to 16 November 1958) married in 1898 to Thomas G. Blayney
(b) Lane Hogan (1 April 1874 to 25 August 1899 at New Zion Cemetery, Lincoln County, Oklahoma)
(c) Stella Hogan (1878),
d) Lucretia (Crete) Hogan (December 1881 to 1954), who married William E. Lynges, both buried at New Zion Cemetery.
(e) Wirt W. (or W.W. or William Wirt) Hogan, (May 1885) who married Bertha Pitt and were living in 1920 & 1930 Lincoln County, Oklahoma.
(v) Andrew Jackson Hogan (16 November 1843 Putnam County, Indiana to 25 September 1922 Chatauqua County, Kansas) married 1st to Anna M __ and 2nd on 26 October 1845 Missouri to Sarah Emiline Lewallen (26 October 1845). Andrew Jackson and Sarah Hogan had the following children in Idaho except the last in Kansas: (a) Sarah Jane Hogan (29 March 1870), (b) Curtis Eugene Hogan (18 February 1873 to 16 November 1942), (c) Luther Ellsworth Hogan (18 November 1875), (d) _ Hogan (18 November 1875, female), (e) Dora Emmaline Hogan (18 February 1878), (f) Lillian Elizabeth Hogan (19 January 1881), (g) George Jesse Hogan (8 February 1884 Elk City, Montgomery County, Kansas.
(vi) Sarah J. Hogan (1846) married Jesse H. Beeson
(vii) Dorcus Emilia (Emma) Hogan (1846/47) married Charles Frisbie.
(viii) Martha E. Hogan (May 1850) married __ Adams
(ix) Thomas J. Hogan (1852) married Ida P. __.
(x) Rachel Hogan (1855).
1830, 1840 U.S Census of Putnam County, Indiana
1834 April 26 - Putnam County: Solomon Hogan and Abigail, his wife, deeded for $175 to James Allen 52 acres in Marion Township. (E½ of NE section 3, township 14, range 3)
1835 December 31 - Putnam County: (1) Solomon Hogan and Abigail, his wife, deeded to Isaac Monnett, all of Putnam County, for $150, 80 acres in Floyd Township. (W½ NW S25, T15, R3); (2) Isaac Monnett deeded to Solomon Hogan, 40 acres in Floyd Township. This land was sold by Solomon Hogan (no wife listed) to John Waln Junior on 31 August 1845 for $3. (NW of SW S25, T15, R3)
1836 January 2 – Putnam County: Isaac Monnett granted Floyd Township, Putnam County land to his daughter, Abigail Hogan, and granddaughters, Hannah Hogan, Mariam Hogan, and Nancy Hogan, with “love and affection.”
1845 Floyd Township, Putnam County Tax List
1850 Putnam County: This family appears to have broken up before or by 1850. His 13 year old son, Solomon is in the June 1850 Census, living with the James Conlee family in Marion Township, and his daughter, Miriam Hogan is living with the Isaac Monnett family in Floyd Township. In the 1850 November court books note the estates (deaths) of Mariam Hogan and Hannah Hogan.
1853 July 11 - Putnam County Court: Books note Solomon Hogan “adjudged insane.” (from Hogan notes at Putnam County Library),”
1860 U.S. Census of Marion Township, Putnam County, Indiana (page 459) – “Sollomon Hogin, age 50, born Kentucky, poor farm.” This 1860 census should not be relied upon for accurate information and we are left a bit puzzled as to when Solomon was born.
1860 U.S. Census of Placerville Township, El Dorado County, California: Solomon Hogan (Jr.), age 22, teamster, born Indiana.
Children of Solomon and Abigail Hogan are:
(i) Mariam Hogan, (1831/32 to 1850)
(ii) Solomon Hogan “II” (1836/37, with Birth date from 1850 Census)
(iii) Hannah Hogan, died 1850.
(iv) Nancy Hogan
Bud Miller is a descendant and senior genealogist for the Humphrey Hogan Clan, and thanks go out for out to him for sharing his Humphrey Hogan information. Humphrey and Jane Hogan lived in the following locations:
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana
1840 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana, which has with him a female, age 60-<70 or born 1771-1780. This female is missing in the 1850 census. Could she be his mother Nancy Hogan? There are also two unidentified teenagers who could be heirs from the 1834-35 probate.
1845 Floyd Township, Putnam County on 50 acres at Range 3, Township 15, Section 14.
1850 U.S Census of Liverpool Township, Fulton County, Illinois
1851 - 1855: Humphrey Hogan was an early settler in Bremer County, Iowa (established 1851). In the first Jefferson Township election in April 1855, Humphrey Hogan was elected Justice of the Peace and (son) W. Hogan a constable. (From History of Butler and Bremer Counties, Iowa, 1883," courtesy of Bud Miller, letter of January 2005)
1855 - November 1860: Village of Floyd and farmland in Floyd County, Iowa in 1855. Floyd County was organized in 1854, making Humphrey and Jane Hogan among early settlers.
1861 to early 1870 - Linn County, Missouri.
1870 U.S. Census of Harris Township, Fulton County, Illinois
1872 October in Lincoln, Lincoln County, Kansas with wife Jane
1879 Sibley, Osceola County, Iowa. Another 1879 entry states Saltville, Mitchell County, Kansas, which is the next county to the north of Lincoln County, where his daughter Mary Jane Gilpin settled.
1880 U.S. Census of Salt Creek Township, Mitchell County, Kansas. Was he visiting at this time? Notable on this census, are the birth states for his parents – reported to be Tennessee for his father and Maryland for his mother.
Humphrey Hogan and Jane Chambers had two children (currently known):
(i) Dr. William W. Hogan was born about 1840 in Putnam Co, Indiana, described as 5 feet 10 inches high, with blue eyes and brown hair, and died 30 September 1871 at Waterville, Marshall County, Kansas from an overdose of Landanum or Morphine used to treat chronic diarrhea,
1861 July 7 – Floyd County, Iowa: William Hogan (age 21) married 7 July 1861 in Floyd County, Iowa to Ellen A. Bostwick (age 18) and their Minister was James Tatum (who signed a 1872 document of proof). His Civil War pension documents states there were no children by this marriage. Ellen remarried later to Alphons R. Bishop and lived at the Post Office Chickasaw, Chickasaw County, Iowa.
1864 August 4 - Linn County, Missouri: William W. Hogan and his brother-in-law, James D. Gilpin, enlisted as privates on 4 August 1864 at Brookfield, Linn County, Missouri in the 42nd Missouri Infantry Regiment of Captain William H. Lewis’ Company A.
1865 January 1 – Fort Donaldson, Tennessee: William was hospitalized in Nashville for measles on 1 January 1865 while stationed at Fort Donaldson, Tennessee.
1865 June 28: William W. Hogan was mustered out 28 June 1865 for disability due to resulting chronic bronchitis.
1866 St. Catharine, Linn County, Missouri: William and Ellen Hogan
1870 U.S. Census of Linn County, Missouri: William and his wife, Ellen, were living in the combined household of William W., Ellen, Humphrey and Jane Hogan, and James Robertson. On this same census, William W. Hogan’s age is 29, and his occupation is listed as a “Physician.”
(ii) Mary Jane Hogan was born 1834/35 and died 1877 while living on their farm east of Lincoln Center, Lincoln County, Kansas. She is buried in the Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln County, Kansas. Mary Jane Hogan married 24 May 1856 in Floyd County, Iowa to Dr. James D. Gilpin (born 28 January 1829 in Delaware County, Ohio to 10 June 1893 and buried Old Milo Cemetery near Barnard).
James D. Gilpin married 1st in Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana to Lucinda Frakes who lived only two years, 2nd to Mary Jane Hogan, 3rd on 5 March 1890 at Mankato, Kansas to Martha R. Wright in 1880, and 4th to Mary R. __. Gilpin lived in the following locations:
1856 – 1860 Floyd Center, Floyd County, Iowa where he began medicine and married Mary Hogan
1861 – 1869 Linn County, Missouri
1864 August 4 - Linn County, Missouri: James D. Gilpin, and his brother-in-law William W. Hogan, enlisted as privates on 4 August 1864 at Brookfield, Linn County, Missouri in the 42nd Missouri Infantry Regiment of Captain William H. Lewis’ Company A. He was disabled during his enlistment. Gilpin’s Civil War Pension record names his widow as Mary R. Gilpin in a 27 January 1893 notation.
1870 or 1871 to 1872 - Abram, Lincoln County, Kansas in 1870 which was 2 miles east and one mile south of Lincoln. Gilpin was Postmaster at Abram until the town was abandoned in 1872.
1873+ Lincoln County, Kansas: Dr. James D. Gilpin and his wife "homesteaded 40 acres (Lincoln County, Kansas) south of the graveyard and lived there for years and was one of our doctors for years in times when the children died in the county with membranous croup and diphtheria. (from Lincoln Sentinel, 28 October 1915 of N.E. Rees Remembrances – courtesy of Bud Miller, 20 February 2005."
1880 U.S. Census of Elkhorn District, Lincoln County, Kansas notes James D. Gilpin, age 41, to be a physician. This census allows us to determine that James D. Gilpin + Lucinda Frakes 1st marriage had one son: (a) Samuel F. Gilpin (December 1854). With his 2nd marriage, James D. Gilpin + Mary Jane Hogan had seven children: (b) William Gilpin (1857/58), (c) Eva Gilpin (1861/62), (d) Jessie Gilpin (female – 1863/64), (e) Jacob Gilpin (1866/67), (f) Robert Gilpin (1868/69), (g) Stephen Gilpin (1873/74), (h) Lewis Gilpin (1875-76).
1827 Estill County, Kentucky: Nancy has an Estill County, Kentucky marriage bond with David Allen on 8 May 1827, with signatures of John Hogan and David Allen. David Allen signed the 1827 Hogan land transaction, indicating that Nancy was an heir.
1830 Putnam County, Indiana
1840 Marion Township, Putnam County, Indiana
1845 Floyd Township, Putnam County with 80 acres, S-25, T-5, R-3.
1850 Locust Grove Township, Jefferson County, Iowa
1856 Washington Township, Franklin County, Iowa
1860-1880 Ingham Township, Franklin County, Iowa: David and Nancy are said to be the first settlers of Ingham Township, Franklin County, Iowa. Notable in their 1880 U.S. Census is Nancy’s father listed born in Tennessee, and her mother in born Maryland (not Massachusetts as originally stated).
Nancy Hogan and David Allen had 12 children:
(i) William L. Allen (born 9 October 1829 – 1909, who married 1st to Amanda Akens and 2nd to on 19 February 1854 in Putnam County, Indiana to Tabitha Eggers (~1832). (Marriages need re-confirming).
(ii) Jonathan H. Allen (10 June 1832 – 8 June 1893), who married Jemima Harlan;
(iii) Ruth A. Allen (16 February 1833-2 March 1833);
(iv) James W. Allen (8 July 1835 Putnam Co., In – 8 June 1918), who married 10 Sept. 1857 to Susannah Harlan;
(v) Hester Allen (4 January 1837 In);
(vi) Francis (Fanny) Wesley Allen (7 October 1838 or 39 In – 21 July 1901), who married Melissa Harlan.
(vii) Hannah J. Allen (2 October 1840 In. – 17 Feb. 1841;
(viii) Clark D. Allen (4 December 1842 In.);
(ix) Solomon Marion Allen (8 July 1844, In);
(x) Jane N. Allen (11 September 1846 In. – 10 October 1930), who married Nathan Harlan;
(xi) Sarah Catherine Allen (1 May 1849 Wapello County, Iowa – 13 November 1849);
(xii) Walter Leland Allen (2 January 1852 Wapello County, Iowa – 7 March 1904)
They lived in the following locations, as noted by census records:
1840-1850 Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana
1860-1870 Jackson Township, Putnam County, Indiana
Census records report the following children:
(i) Mary E. Eggers, 1839/40, born in Indiana
(ii) Nancy M. Eggers, 1842/44, Indiana
(iii) George Dallas Eggers, 15 November 1844, Indiana (cemetery stone, Barnard)
(iv) Landrine Eggers, 1845/46, Indiana
(v) Jesse B. Eggers (1847/48), Indiana
(vi) William Joseph Eggers (1851/52), Indiana
(vii) Julia A. Eggers (July 1858 to 27 March 1902 Floyd County, Iowa), Indiana, who possibly married Jasper Tatum and were living in 1880 Rock Grove Township, Floyd County, Iowa and were next door to Jesse L. and Margaret A. Eggers (Courtesy of Cindy Lowe, e-mail of 24 December 2005).
The 1840 Putnam County census has an unnamed male teenager living with the Humphrey Hogan family whom could be Thomas Hogan.
There was a listing in ancestry.com stating Thomas Hogan + Jane Bell belonged to our clan. However Thomas Hogan + Jane lived (1839-1848 deed, Washington Township, Putnam County) adjacent to the 1840 property of Granville M. Hogan (of Parke County, Indiana), at the opposite end of Putnam County from our Hogans. Thomas Hogan’s 1840 Census record in Washington Township, Putnam County is five entries away from Andrew Hogan. Furthermore, Granville M. Hogan took Benjamin Bell, Jr. (brother to Jane?) to 1839 Putnam County Court for trespass and a debt. Later Thomas and Granville M. Hogan (are they related?) migrate to the same Township in 1860 Harrison County, Missouri.
Because of this information, I am unable connect this Thomas Hogan to our clan or trace our Thomas Hogan.
1850 Locust Grove, Jefferson County, Iowa: Nearby are Landrine + Hester Tatum, James + Rebecca Tatum, David Allen, and James + Martha Tatum.
1860 Paris Township, Linn County, Kansas.
1862 Fulton County, Illinois: "Hester Hogan Tatum" member, Bethel Baptist Church.
1870 Webster Township, Floyd County, Iowa
1880, 1885 Ocheyden Township, Osceola County, Iowa
1900 Eastern Precinct, Knox County, Nebraska
1913 Barnard, Lincoln County, Kansas
1920 Town of Palacios, Matagorda County, Texas. Landrine with Hester in the family of Clinton A. and Julia Tatum.
Children of Landrine Tatum + Hester (Ester) Hogan have some names and dates compiled from census records and should be considered suspect. In 1900, Ester stated on her census record that she had 10 children, seven of which were still living. Thanks go to Gary Tharp and to Paulette and Ron Tatum (emails of 26 and 27 January 2007) for all their assistance with this line.
(i). James W. Tatum 1846/47 Iowa
(ii). Tabitha Ellen Tatum (1849) Iowa.
(iii). Nancy Rebecca Tatum 1849/50, born Iowa
(iv). Clinton Asbury Tatum (12 December 1851 or 1852 Iowa) married on about 23-25 March 1872 at Charles City, Floyd County, Iowa to Julia Louise Baumgardner (7 July 1851 Gallia County, Ohio to 1928 Tacoma with both buried at Mountain View Memorial Park, Tacoma, Washington). Julia's parents were Andrew Jackson "Dick" Baumgardner and Harriet Ripley of Gallia County, Ohio. Information is courtesy of Ron and Paulette Tatum, e-mails of 25, 26 January, 19 February 2007 and Census records from Gary Tharp, e-mail of 27 January 2007.
They lived in some of the following locations:
1880, 1885, 1900, 1910 Osceyedan Township, Osceola County Iowa. Census of 1910 and 1920 note father Landrine living with them.
1920 town of Palacios, Precinct 3, Matagorda County, Texas and father Landrine
Their only child was (a) Andrew Jackson Tatum (11 December 1872 Clear Lake - probably Cerro Gordo County, Iowa to 27 May 1936 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon) married 25 March 1894 in Ocheyedan, Osceola, Iowa to Arminta "Mintie" Jane Hanna Tatum (8 June 1876 Ontario, Canada to 1 February 1961 and both buried at Mountain View Memorial Park, Tacoma, Washington). They lived in the following locations:
1900 and 1910 Ocheyedan Township, Osceola County, Iowa
1920 Town of Palacios, Precinct 3, Matagorda County, Texas. This Census notes Arminta immigrated to the US. In 1879 and was naturalized in 1887.
1921 reported in Tacoma, Washington
1930 Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington
Andrew and Mintie Tatum's children were (aa) Raymond A. Tatum (February 1895), (bb) Vivian A. Tatum (February 1897), (cc) Fernley A. Tatum (son, March 1898), and (dd) Gordon Edward Tatum (8 March 1906 Sibley, Osceola County, Iowa to 24 July 1997 in California) married in Tacoma, Washington to Vivian Geraldine Edwards (18 November 1909 Tacoma, Washington to 3 December 1994 Portland, Oregon). Both went to Stadium High School.
(v) Rosetta or Susannah Tatum (1852/55 Iowa)
(vi) Lydia Tatum (1852/55 Iowa)
(vii) Margaret Tatum (1856/57 Iowa) who married a Hayes.
(viii) Landrine J. Tatum (9 March 1859 at Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas to 11 October 1913 Knox County, Nebraska) married on 8 December 1878 at Marble Rock, Floyd County, Iowa to Polly A. Halstead. From 1891 to 1912, they lived in Crofton, Knox County, Nebraska, finally moving to Bloomfield, Knox County.
An obit posted on the Tatum Archives at http://www.rootsquest.com/~ranlewis/ per Valerie Wood is the source of this information. Landrine Tatum (1859) was survived (in 1913) by an aged father Landrine Tatum of Barnard (Lincoln County), Kansas, and the following brothers and sisters; Mrs. Margaret Hayes of Crofton, Henry C. Tatum of Blessing, Texas, C.A. Tatum of Palacios, Texas, Orville M. Tatum, Nancy Tatum, and Tabitha Tatum of Barnard, Kansas.
(ix) Mary Tatum (1860/61 Kansas)
(x). Henry C. Tatum (February 1866 Iowa).
An Hogan parent or relative becomes sharply limited in 1777 Tennessee Territory to three Hogans. All three did migrate to Middle Tennessee about 1780.
(1) Edward + Rebecca Kuykendall Hogan,
(2) Daniel (~1733-1811) + Rachel (__) Harrod Hogan. Was he married earlier?
(3) Humphrey (~1740's-1789/90) + Rebecca Hogan
Negative find: An in-depth review took place of the William Hogan (~1750-1827) + Nancy Wadleigh (1752-~1779) + Sarah Grant Fullington (1760) + Hannah H. Mayes line from Fayette/Garrard County, to Knox County, Kentucky to Madison County, Alabama, where he dies. No link could be found, despite some amazing similarities and the intersection of the two William Hogan families at Knox County, Kentucky in 1810!
Negative find: The clan of Colonel John Hogan (~1745-~1810) + Mary Lloyd was reviewed with the help of their source book, “Montgomery County, Tennessee Family History Book 2000.” No link could be found, despite having a son named William Hogan (1774 to 1836 - buried Hopewell Methodist Church Cemetery in Randolph County, North Carolina) and that William had a son Alexander Washington Hogan!
Negative find: William Hogan of Smith County, Tennessee (possibly son of Lemuel Hogan) had an 1815 probate naming his heirs to be wife Nancy, and two sons, William and James, and daughter Elizabeth, who later married Holden W. Proutt. No link could be found when it was discovered that William, James and Elizabeth later moved to Franklin County, Alabama, before 1830.
Positive find, but not the parents of our William Hogan: There is a Hogan line that first settled at Willis Bottom, Obey River, in today’s Clay County, Tennessee. This William Hogan, born in 1777 South Carolina, married Mary Spear, daughter of Benjamin Spear. They had 10 children from ~1810 to 1829 and lived in Overton County, Tennessee. His father, James Hogan, Sr., possibly an immigrant, migrated from 1790 Union County, South Carolina to earliest Lincoln County, Kentucky and possibly died in Overton County, Tennessee. William’s brothers are believed to be Prosser Hogan, David Hogan, James Hogan Jr., Phillip Hogan, and Micajah Hogan, who moved to Kentucky at various times between ~1783 and 1800.
To our complete surprise, Y-DNA results showed about 2 mismatches or mutations out of 37 markers to this line. This indicated a definite relationship to a common Hogan ancestor further back in time, possibly in Ireland. Research is now looking into this.
The Most Likely Parent: The Hogans and Morphew named their sons "Humphrey" three different times and this strongly suggests the name was derived from an earlier ancestor. There was a Humphrey Hogan (born in 1740’s and died 1789/90) who was part of an exploring or “Long Hunter” party into Nashville area and down the Mississippi River in 1769 or 1770. Humphrey Hogan first pioneered NE Tennessee between 1771 - 1774, before migrating to Middle Tennessee as a first-in settler in 1779 or 1780. The names of his children were mostly speculative. After his death in 1789/90, his Robertson County land continued under the title of Humphrey Hogan heirs, but was later sold off for back taxes. However in 1804/05, his wife Rebecca surfaced, now remarried to William Hines, to acknowledge the sale of the land for back taxes. This was witnessed by Walter Hogan, Jonathan Hogan, and Humphrey Hogan.
(XI). Miscellaneous Sightings in Early Tennessee For Any William Hogan
The name "William Hogan" was sighted a number of times, whose Hogan line was unclear.
(1). Robertson County has a William Hogan who owed back taxes on 471 acres for the years 1801 and 1802. The Robertson County Court ordered the Sheriff to sell the lands (From Robertson County Minutes Books, 1796-1807, pages 208, 218, 219.) This land was probably the 1796 North Carolina Land Grant #2694 to William Hogan for 500 acres on or near Drake's Lick (Creek) in Sumner County prior to Robertson County being established. The 1796 land grant would seem make our William Hogan too young (age 19) to be a land owner, or does it?
(2). The Tennessee Gazette and Mero District Newspaper recorded on 25 April 1804 that there was a letter remaining at the Nashville Post Office for William C. Hogan. This was repeated again on 20 July 1804. Who William C. Hogan is not known at this time.
(3). The March 1809 Montgomery County Court ordered John Cocke, Sheriff of Montgomery County, Tennessee to transfer debt for the year 1807, noting the following persons as being insolvent (failure to pay taxes): William Hogan – one white poll for 0.43.3/4 (From Montgomery County Court Minutes 1808-1810, page 205). In my opinion, this William Hogan probably does not belong to the Colonel John Hogan mob whom were so active in this county.
(4). There is a William Hogan mentioned on a 1788 William Colier land grant (recorded) in Greene County, Tennessee, adjoining land he purchased from John Byrd, William Hogan, and Samuel John, on the Noachuckey River. This could be the same William Hogan whom signed a December 1787 petition by the inhabitants of the “State of Franklin” requesting entry into the United States. Adjacent to this signature was the name of Ralph Hogan, whose first name is one never used by our gang. Nothing else is yet known about this individual. One line of speculation is that he was an American Revolutionary War soldier searching for land to settle before moving on to South Carolina (see 1790 U.S. Census for South Carolina).
(XII). Y-DNA Results for Our Hogan and What it Means
My understanding of Y-DNA testing is this: Y-DNA is found exclusively in males and the testing applies only to consecutive male lines. This cannot include even one maternal line. Certain segments of the y-chromosome have a chemical make-up that repeat a number of times, depending on a specific location on that chromosome. This location is called a marker. For the marker called DYS388, there are 22 to 24+ repeats, and only those having the same number should be related. Mutations change the number of repeats and are said to occur at the rate of 0.2% (0 to 0.4%) per generation. As the number of generations increase, Y-DNA tests will show an increasing number of mutations. Current Y-DNA testing uses 13, 25, 37, or 59 markers.
Already in Hogan Y-DNA testing, a thirteen marker test has been shown to be not enough, when a descendant of Colonel John Hogan (Tennessee) was matched for 13 markers against South Carolina's William Hogan, born 1777. Added marker testing later showed they were not related.
Y-DNA tests DO NOT define which generation or which ancestor is the common link. With an increasing number of markers tested, a likely range of generations for the common ancestor does develop, best with 0 mismatches, a wider range with 1 mismatch and with 2 mismatches even wider and further back in time.
A living descendant of William Hogan (1777 Estill County, Ky.) was tested for 37 markers against a descendant of Walter G. Hogan. The results can be seen at http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/h/hogan/results.html. The test subject H-8 is Walter G. Hogan and H-9 is our William Hogan, Sr. (1777 - 1826 Estill County, Ky.). H-6 Ewing Hogan is a son of H-2 William Hogan (1777 South Carolina) + Mary Spear. I have no idea who H-10 William Hogan – 1803 Missouri might be.
Our two test subjects, H-8 and H-9 had a score of 37 out of 37 markers matching. That means no mutations occurred over the six generations to the most recent common ancestor under consideration. This would be Humphrey Hogan – the Long Hunter, born sometime in the 1740's. Generally speaking, matching 37 out of 37 markers is best for 1 to 4 generations back in time, and then further back the chances for a perfect score drop off very fast. A graph shown on http://www.familytreedna.com indicates a 92% chance that the common ancestor is 6 generations back in time, if he cannot be sooner in time. There is an 8% chance he could be further back in time. Therefore, based on this graph, there is a 92% chance that Humphrey Hogan – the Long Hunter is the father of our William Hogan.
H-2, H-6, and H-10 appear to average 2 mutations or mismatches if all testing went to 37 markers. Ewing Hogan actually has only one mismatch out of 25, but I think a 37 test would probably total 2 mismatches. Yes, these three lines are very definitely related to us, but further back in time, maybe even back in Ireland.
1810 U.S. Census of Knox County, Kentucky, page 81
William Hogan: 5 males 0-<10; 1 female 10-<16; 1 male + 1 female 26-<45.
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana with comments and added names:
1 male <5; possibly Francis W. Hogan (if a male)
1 male 5-<10; possibly Thomas Hogan
1 male 20-<30; possibly Washington Hogan
1 female 5-<10; possibly Hester or Mahala Hogan
1 female 15-<20, possibly Elizabeth Hogan
1 female 40-<50, born 1780-1790. This is Nancy (Wadlaw Hogan, born 1778, and the oldest male should be Washington Hogan. Missing is either Hester or Mahala Hogan – one, but not both.
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana:
William Hogan (next to Nancy Hogan): 2 males 20-<30; 1 female 15-<20; and 1 female <5. (There is another entry for William Hogan in a different location with nearly the same information. One of the two males is listed 30-<40. Think this entry is the same William Hogan.
1840 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana
William Hogan: 1 female <5; 1 male + 1 female 5-<10; 1 female 20-<30; 1 male 30<40
1850 U.S. Census of District 13, Wapello County, Iowa:
William Hogan 48, carpenter, born Tennessee; Jane Hogan, can’t read birth date, Indiana; Mary Hogan 20, Indiana; James Hogan 18, Indiana; Elizabeth Hogan 13, Indiana; Anderson Hogan 8, Indiana; Andrew Hogan 7, Indiana; Sarah Hogan 5, Indiana; Emeline Hogan 3, Indiana; Martha E. Hogan 5/12, Iowa
1856 Iowa Census of Washington Township, Franklin County:
William Hogan 52, years in state – 8, born Tennessee; Jane Hogan 44, Indiana; Mary A Hogan 26, Indiana; James M. Hogan 23, Indiana; William A. Hogan 15, Indiana; Andrew J. Hogan 13, Indiana; Martha E. Hogan 6, Iowa; Sarah J. Hogan 4, Indiana; Dorus E. Hogan 9 (F), Indiana (may be a grandchild); Thomas J. Hogan 4, Iowa – same;
1850 U.S. Census index for Locust Grove, Jefferson County, Iowa. (Page 107)
Landrine Tatum 28, Ill; Hester Tatum 28, born ?; James W. Tatum 3 Ill; Betha E. Tatum 1, Illinois, Nancy R. ¼, Illinois.
1860 U.S. Census of Paris Township, Linn County, Kansas, enumerated 7 August 1860:
Sardine (Should be Landrine) Tatum 30, farmer, Indiana; Ester Tatum 35, Indiana; James Tatum 13 Iowa; Sabittia Tatum 11, Iowa; Nancy Tatum 10 Iowa; Asbury Tatum 8 Iowa; Lydia Tatum 7, Iowa; Rosannah Tatum 5, Iowa; Margaret Tatum 3, Kansas. (courtesy of Gary Tharp).
1870 U.S. Census of Webster Township, Floyd County, Iowa
Landrine Tatum 41, farmer, Illinois; Hester Tatum 47, Kentucky; Nancy Tatum 20, Iowa; Asbury Tatum 18, farmer, Iowa; Roseta Tatum17, Iowa; Lydia Tatum 15, Iowa; Margrett Tatum13, Iowa; Landrine Tatum11, Kansas; Mary C. Tatum 9, Iowa; Henry C., 6, Iowa
1880 U.S. Census of Ocheyeden Township, Osceola County, Iowa, lists (pg 9):
L. Tatum 49, farmer, born Illinois, father born Pa., mother born Pa; Hester Tatum 54, wife, keeping house, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, Mother born Tennessee; H.C. Tatum, age 16, son, Iowa, Kentucky, Kentucky. (This information is mostly wrong, except for Henry C. Tatum’s age. He may be the source of the misinformation.)
1885 Iowa State Census of Ocheyedan Township, Osceola County, Iowa:
Landrine Tatum 58, born Illinois; Township #99, Range 39, Section 19, NE NW.
Ester Tatum 64, born Kentucky, Township #99, Range 39, Section 19, NE NW.
(courtesy of Gary Tharp)
1900 U.S Census Eastern Precinct, Knox County, Nebraska:
Land__ Tatum, August 1827, 72, married 55 years, born Illinois; Ester Tatum, wife, August 1821, married 55 years, born Kentucky, 10 children, 7 living. Enumerated 16 June 1900. (courtesy of Gary Tharp)
1910 U.S. Census of Ocheyeden Townhip, Osceola County, Iowa, lists:
Landrine Tatum, age 82, born Illinois, father born Tenn., mother S.C; Landrine was living with his son, Charles A. Tatum family, and Hester is missing.
1920 U.S. Census of Town of Palacios, Precinct 3, Matagorda, Texas:
Clenton A. Tatum, 68, married IA, Il, Ky; Julia L. Tatum, wife, 67, Oh, Oh, Oh, Landrine Tatum, father, 92 widowed, Il, NC, NC; Enumerated 3 June 1920. (courtesy of Gary Tharp).
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana
David Allen: 1 male 30-<40, 1 female 20<30.
1840 U.S. Census of Marion Township, Putnam County, Indiana
David Allen: 1 male + 1 female 0-<5; 2 males 5-<10; 1 male 10-<15; 1 female 20-<30; 1 male 30-<40.
1856 Iowa Census for Washington Township, Franklin County:
David Allen 52, in state 4 years, born North Carolina; Nancy Allen 44, Kentucky; James Allen 20, Indiana; Ester Allen 19, Indiana; Wesly Allen 17, Indiana; Clark Allen 13, Indiana; Marion Allen 11, Indiana; Jane Allen 9, Indiana; Leland Allen 4, Iowa
1860 U.S. Census of Ingham Township, Franklin County, Iowa,
David Allen 55, farmer, North Carolina; Nancy Allen 48, Kentucky; Francis W. Allen 21, Indiana; David C. Allen 19, Indiana; Solomon M. Allen 15, Indiana; Nancy P.J. Allen 14, Indiana; Ester M. Allen 22, Indiana; Waller L. Allen 8, Iowa.
1870 U.S. Census of Ingham Township, Franklin County, Iowa, page 379
David Allen 67, farmer, North Carolina; Nancy Allen, 58, keeping house, Kentucky; Leland Allen 18, Iowa.
1880 U.S. Census of Ingham Townshiip, Franklin County, Iowa, lists (page 424):
David Allen 76, farmer, born North Carolina, father and mother born N.C; Nancy Allen 68, keeping house, born Kentucky, father born Tennessee, mother born (very difficult to read) Mar_l__d or Maryland. They live next door to James and Susan Allen.
1840 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana:
Joseph Agers: 1 female 0-<5; 1 female 15-<20; 1 male 20-<30.
1850 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana:
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana
Humphrey Hogan: 1 male 20-<30; 1 female 0-<5; 1 female 15-<20.
1840 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana
Humphry Hogan: 1 male and 1 female <5; 1 male and 1 female 15-<20; 1 male and 1 female 30-<40; 1 female 60-<70. This last one should be Nancy (Wadlaw) Hogan – 1788 and the two teens might be Thomas Hogan and Mahala Hogan.
1850 U.S. Census of Liverpool Township, Fulton County, Illinois:
Humphry Hogan 41, Carpenter, born Kentucky; Jane Hogan 42, North Carolina; Mary J. Hogan 15, Indiana; William Hogan 10, Indiana
1860 U.S. Census of St. Charles Township, Floyd County, Iowa
Humphry Hogan 50, farmer, Kentucky; Jane Hogan 51, Kentucky; William W., Hogan 20, farmer, Illinois; James D. Gilpin 29, farmer, Ohio; Mary J. Gilpin 24, Indiana; William Gilpin 3, Iowa; Samuel F. Gilpin 6 months, Iowa; Ellen E. Bastwick 15, Ohio
1870 U.S. Census of Harris Township, Fulton County, Illinois, P.O. Marietta.
Humphrey Hogan, 60, farmer, Kentucky; Jane Hogan 62, keeping house, Kentucky; William W. Hogan, 29, physician, Indiana; Ellen A. Hogan, 23, Ohio; James Robertson 70, retired farmer, Pa. (courtesy of Bud Miller, 9/2002)
1880 U.S. Census of Salt Creek Township, Mitchell County, Kansas, page 77.
James R. Clark 42, farmer, household, includes: Humphrey Hogan, 70, boarder, born Kentucky, father born Tennessee, mother born Maryland.
JOHN W. HOGAN - relationship in 1840 census is unproven.
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana:
John Hogan: 1 male 0-5; 1 male + 1 female 20-<30.
1840 U.S. Census of Merimac Township, Crawford County, Missouri
John W. Hogan: 1 male and 1 female 5-<10; 1 male and 1 female 10-<15; 1 male 15-<20; 1 male and 1 female 30-<40.
1850 U.S. Census of Eagle Township, Monroe County, Illinois, taken 29 Sept 1850:
John W. Hogan 46, laborer, Pennsylvania; Scynthia Hogan 46 North Carolina; William Hogan 19 Indiana; Sarah Hogan 11 Missouri; Franklin Hogan 8 Missouri. In the next household:
Wm. L. Atchison 22, laborer, Missouri, Nancy J. Atchison 16, Indiana, Anna Atachison 2/12 Illinois; James Hogan 21 laborer, Indiana, Mary Hogan 28, Missouri, Scynthia Hogan 5/12 Illinois
1860 U.S. Census of Pine Hill Post Office, Jasper Township, Shannon County, Missouri (page 165/166) found by Cindy Lowe 4/2004 e-mail:
John Hogan 55, farmer born Virginia; Senithia Hogan 53, mistress of house, born North Carolina; William Hogan 31, Indiana; Sarah Hogan 28, Missouri; Daniel Hogan 18, Missouri, Jane Hogan 6, Missouri. (Courtesy of Cindy Lowe, e-mail of 1 April 2004.)
1860 U.S. Census of Potosi Township, Washington County, Missouri:
James Hogan 32 laborer, Indiana; Mary Hogan 37, Missouri; William Hogan 7, Illinois; James Hogan 2 Illinois, J.R. Walker 30 county surveyor, state born ?
1870 U.S. Census of Cuba Post Office, Benton Township, Crawford County, Missouri (page 582b):
William Hogan 39, farmer, born Indiana. (No one else in household, and "3" is questionable) Who is this?
(page 591a, both on the same page):
William Hogan 35, farmer, born Missouri; William Hogan 16, born Missouri.
James Hogan 47 Illinois; Melinda Hogan 45 Missouri; Rebecca Hogan 8 Missouri; Margaret Hogan 4, Missouri; Mary J. Hogan 5 Missouri; David Hogan 3 Missouri.
1880 U.S. Census of Benton Township, Crawford County, Missouri, 8 June 1880:
James Hogan 55, laborer, In, Tn, N.C; Malinda Hogan 40 wife, Mo. Mo. Mo; David Hogan 14 Missouri; Caroline Hogan 10 Missouri; John Hogan 8, Missouri; Daniel Hogan 6 Missouri.
1900 U.S. Census of Meramac Township, Crawford County, Missouri
Jno H. Hogan, July 1874, 26, Mo., Il., Mo; Lillie, Hogan, wife, May 1884, 16, children born, Missouri, unknown, unknown; Melinda Hogan, mother, 1834, 66, widow, 9 children, 7 living, Missouri, Missouri, Missouri. ( Jno. Hogan is two entries from William R. Eggers & family, born 1845, a constable.)
1900 U.S. Census of Franklin Township, Dent County, Missouri:
William Hogan, Oct 1853, 45, married 25 years, Il, In. Mo farmer; Catherine Hogan, August 1860, 39, M-25 years, 10 children, 8 living. No. No. Va; William M. Hogan, Feb. 1893, 15, Mo; Elijah C. Hogan, Oct. 1887, 13 Mo; Robert G. Hogan, June 1889, 11, Mo; Edith Hogan March 1892, 9, Mo; Thomas Hogan, March 1893, 7, Mo. Franklin Hogan, Sept 1898, 1, Mo.
1900 U.S. Census of Spring Creek Township, District 17, Dent County, Missouri:
Daniel S. Hogan, head, March 1877, 23, Married 4 years, Mo, Mo, Mo; Mary E. Hogan, wife, January 1880, 20, Mar 4, 1 child, one living Il, Mo, Il; James W. Hogan, son, March 1900, 2/12, Mo.
David Hogan, head, April 1864, 35, married M-14, Scotland, Mo; Harriet, wife, July 1868, 31, married 14 years, 6 children, 4 living, Mo. Mo Mo; Minnie E. dau. November 1890, 9, Mo; Raymond Hogan, April 1894, 6 Mo; Merrill Hogan, dau. Dec 1896, 3, Mo; Mary Hogan, dau. Dec 1899, 3/12 Mo.
Solomon Hogan: 1 male + 1 female 20-<30.
1840 U.S. Census of Floyd Township, Putnam County, Indiana
Solomon Hogan: 1 male <5; 2 females 5-<10; 1 male + 1 female 40-<50
1860 U.S. Census of Marion Township, Putnam County, Indiana (page 459). This 1860 census should not be relied upon for accurate information and we are left a bit puzzled as to when Solomon was born.
Sollomon Hogin, age 50, born Kentucky, poor farm
Controversial Hogans, thought non-related.
1830 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana
Andrew Hogan: 2 males <5; 1 male + 1 female 5-<10; 1 female 20-<30; 1 male 30-<40.
1840 U.S. Census of Putnam County, Indiana
Andrew Hogan: (Washington Township): 2 males 0-<5; 1 male + 2 females 5-<10; 1 male 10-<15; 1 male + 1 female 15-<20; 1 female 30-<40; 1 male 40-<50. Five entries away is next:
Thomas Hogan (Washington Township): 1 female 0-<5; 1 female 15-<20; 1 male 20-<30