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William B. Hogan and wife Sally D. Mallory – Barren County, Kentucky

 

William B. Hogan

Birth date not known: estimated 1780-1790, based on his 1830 census.   Was he born later?  1880 Census of two children stated their father was born (1) Virginia (2) Ireland.

Married 1st to __; 2nd to Sarah D. Mallory, “Sallie” on 23 July 1822 in Barren County, Kentucky by Jacob Lock, a Baptist Minister.

Description from pension application: 5’ 10”, 150 pounds, black hair, black eyes, dark complication.     

Occupation unknown: moved around.  Later years, probably farming. 

Locations: (1) in Simpson County, Kentucky – nearby to an older James Hogan on Alexander P. Hogan’s land.  (2) lived in Barren County, Kentucky for about 10 years, per pension - no recorded deed found.

Under consideration as possibly related – (1) Alexander P. Hogan (1785/89 to 1881) and Nathaniel S. Hogan (1806 – 1870+) who on their 1850, 1860, 1870 census stated that they were born in Virginia.   Father appears to be James Hogan (before 1763 to ~1823) of Simpson County, Kentucky.   Their Virginia county of origin has not been found.  Major problem - These Hogans arrived in Kentucky in 1819 and William B. Hogan in 1812 when he enlisted in the War of 1812 in Green County, Kentucky.    (2). Current interest (11/2019) is on John Hogan (ca1745-1798 Garrard C., Ky.) from Goochland County, Virginia.  At this time, there is no evidence Wm. B. belongs to either line.   

Family History: None found. 

Another Problem:  If his 1820 US Census is correct, what happened to the two young males and one female age 0-9 years old?    

Died 31 October 1835 in Warren County, Kentucky per pension records.

This review - last revision 14 March 2020, planetmurphy.org, James R. Murphy

 

Sarah D. Mallory, “Sallie”

Born: ~1801 or 1802 per 1870 and 1880 US Census.  Age 57 on 5 December 1859 pension application.

Report suggests that William B. Hogan was previously 1st married according to her pension application and mentioned three times.    

Widow years: Lived on her own side of the family; did not remarry.

Died prior to 12 December 1889 per pension records. 

*Information is from Cyndi Hanes/propoflady, email courtesy 2 June 2019.  Thank you, Cyndi for all your help.

 

This Chapter is Divided into the Following Parts

(Suggestion – Use your navigation search to move to a specific section; i.e. enter “Part A”)

 

Part A – Details for William B. Hogan and wife Sally D. Mallory

Part B – Children of William B. Hogan + Sally Mallory

Part C – Thoughts on y-dna Test Results – Which Hogan line appears the Closest?  

Part D – First Marriage Possibilities for William B. Hogan.

Part E - Some Yearly Kentucky County Tax Records for Hogans and some Hagans; includes Simpson County, Barren County, Warren County, Allen County, Monroe County, Green County, Logan County and data for a William B. Hagan after William B. Hogan’s death. 

 

Details for William B. Hogan and wife Sally Mallory (Part A)

 

1812 August 25 to October 31 – War of 1812-1814:  1st enlistment for Private “William B. Hogan” in Capt. William Ray’s Company and Capt. Warner Elmore’s Company of 1st Regiment, Kentucky Light Dragoons.  He enlisted in Green County, Kentucky (per pension application) and is his first known record.   Capt. Warner Elmore was on the 1815 Green County tax list and filed his will here.   Names of other members of this company do not seem helpful. 

War of 1812 Pension Application Files on ancestry.com; Sallie Hogan widow’s pension application.

Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky- soldiers of the War of 1812, by the Kentucky Legislature, 1891 page 36.

 

1814 November 20 to 1815 May 20 – War of 1812-1814: 2nd enlistment for Corporal “William Hogan” in Captain Robert Paxon’s Company, Kentucky Detached Militia, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel William Mitchusson.   In Mitchusson’s Regiment, William B. Hogan fought at the Battle of New Orleans 8 January 1815.  Paxton lived in Adair County, Kentucky and died 1 March 1815 at the Battle of New Orleans.   Other names of interest in this unit were Private Nathan Hogan and Private John Hogan.  This John Hogan died 9 January 1815 in service, according to the Adjutant General of Kentucky report.  His small estate administration was handled by Warren County, Kentucky’s “James Hogan,” who is not the same Simpson County, Kentucky James Hogan.  

War of 1812 Pension Application Files on ancestry.com, Sallie Hogan’s widows pension application who was requesting a pension and bounty land.   

Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky- soldiers of the War of 1812, by the Kentucky Legislature, 1891 pages 280-281

 

(likely) 1815 Green County, Kentucky tax list which includes other Hogans in this county:

 

James Hogan 1001, no other tax details. (image #690/1399, familysearch.org)

Prosser Hogin 2004, no other details.  (#690/1399)

James Hogan 1143, no other details (#690/1399)

William Hogan 1000, no other details (#692/1399).  Probably is Wm. B. Hogan.  This is the only time William Hogan shows up on Green County tax lists (reviewed from 1795 through 1827).  Notice that William is not on the same image; i.e.- not living near other Hogans.

 

All Green County taxes are filed into groups, i.e. “A’s, B’s, C’s, etc.  Within each group, they are not alphabetical.  Early tax records were dated when taken until 1809 and not there-after.  Taxes with four numbers, such as 1002 - 1st number is white males 21+, 2nd blacks 16-20, 3rd number total blacks, 4th number horses.  Most tax records give acreage of land, which county land was in, water course, in whose name patented.  If no land listed, this suggests the person was working on someone else’s farm, renting, homesteading before purchasing, or such.

 

(maybe) 1817 - Warren County, Kentucky: Wm. Hogan 90 acres Trammel (Creek) + 40 acres, 1001.  This is only year he appears in Warren County tax lists.  There are many Hagans in this county which occasionally had their surname misspelled as Hogan.

 

1819 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax (1st year saved):

“Wm. B. Hogan”, 1001 (Key: #1 - 1 w. male 21+, #2 Blacks 16+, #3 Total Blacks, #4 – horses)

James Hogan, 117 acres, Drakes Fork, 1142

 

Problem is that there is another William B. Hogan living in Montgomery County, Tennessee which is not too far away.  In adjacent Logan County, Kentucky is another William Hogan living on Whippoorwill Creek.  It is easy to imagine one of these moving about.

 

1820 US Census of Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky which is not an alphabetic listing:

William Hogan – 2 males and 1 female 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 male 26-44.  Six names away from:

James Hogan – 1 male 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 45+, no females, 6 slaves.    

 

This census shows William Hogan with his 1st wife.   Pension application by his 2nd wife mentions this first marriage three times, but without any other details.   Notice that James Hogan’s age 45+ would place his birth year to at least 1775 or older.

 

1821 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan – 127 acres D. Creek; In whose name entered - A.P. Hogan, 11153 (#2 is total voters, otherwise the same).  Next name on list is:

P. Alexander Hogan – 110000.  Next name on list is:

Wm Hogan 110000

 

1822 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax (irregular attempts at alphabetical list such as A’s, B’s)

Wm Hogan 11000 (two names from Alex P. Hogan)

Alex P. Hogan – 11000 (next James Hogan on list)

James Hogan – 127 acres D. Creek, in whose name entered – A.P. Hogan, 111403 (#5 is now town lots and #6 horses

 

1822 July 23 – Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky: “William B. Hogan” married this date and place to Sally D. Mallery. (county record).

 

The only Mallory in this county in 1823 was a Fleming Mallory.*    Several family trees indicate he was born in Goochland County, Virginia which borders Louisa County, Virginia.   Marriage records show a Rev. Lewis Chaudion did marry Fleming Mallory to Judith Mallory, daughter of Sally Mallory on 31 August 1807 in Goochland County, Virginia with surety being Thomas Dickerson. *   

* Marriages of Goochland Co., Va. 1733-1815” by Genealogical Publishing Co. 

 

1823 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan 117 D. Creek, in whose name entered A.P. Hogan, 1142 (#2 & #3 slaves)

 

1824 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

Alex P. Hogan 127 acres Drakes Creek, 110000 (found on last page of 1824 tax)

 

James Hogan is now missing and later records for him have not been found.  Simpson County lost its county records, so a will or estate administration would no longer exist.

 

1824 Barren County tax list: William Hogan 1 white male 21+ and 2 horses.  No other details.  Tax lists checked from 1820 through 1847.  Tax lists are yearly, with 1837-1839 missing. 

 

Only other Hogan on these Barren County tax lists is James Hogan, who had 56 to 157 acres on the Nobob Creek in Barren County and no slaves (William B. had none).   He does not appear close to William Hogan on these tax lists, even though the lists were grouped by A’s, B’s, C’s.   Furthermore, the 1830 US Census for this James Hogan indicates he is much younger than Simpson County’s James Hogan.

 

1828 Barren County tax list: William Hogan, 1 white male 21+ and no horses.  No further details.

1829 Barren County tax list: William Hogan 1 w. m. 21+, 2 children 4-15 years of age, no horses.   There are no tax lists for 1830, 1831, and 1832.

1830 US Census of Barren Co., Kentucky: William Hogan 1 male + 2 females 0-4, 2 females 5-9, 1 female 20-30, 1 male 40-50 (image 39/130).

 

              From this census, possible names can be added with estimated birth dates: William Hogan (1780/90), wife Sally Hogan (1800/10), children – Malvina Hogan (1822/25), Elizabeth Hogan (possibly 1822/25 or 1825/1830), Martha Ann Hogan (1825/1830), female Hogan - no name (1825/30), Alexander Hogan (1825/30).  Missing are Jerome Hogan and Robert Thomas Hogan, presumed born after 1830.    His 1830 US Census of Barren County indicated two neighbors, William Parker 100011 00001 (1 male 30-40 and 1 female 20-30, etc.).  Next was Thomas Parker which included one male 60-70, and 1 female 40-50, etc. 

 

1835 October 31 – Warren County, Kentucky: Death of William Hogan, per widow’s pension application.

 

1835 to 1837 – Barren County Court:  In October and December 1835, a summons was issued to Sarah Hagen as to why her children should not be bound.    In February 1836, this court ordered Elizabeth Hagan, orphan of Wm. Hagen, to be bound to James Ferrell to learn the art of spinning and housekeeping until she reaches the age of 16.  The October 1836 Court order Martha Hagen and Alexander Hagen, orphans and child of William Hagen to Robert T. Mallory to learn the art of farming and housekeeping.   In November 1837, the court that Jerome N.B. Hogan and Robert T. Hogan (also shown as Hagan), children of Sally Hagen, (being in court consent) to be bound and learn the trade of farmer until age 21.  Jerome about 6 and Robert about (age) 4. 

 From Cyndi Hanes/propoflady, email courtesy 2 June 2019.

 

1850 US Census of Division 1, Barren County, Ky, Jerome W. N. Hogan 17 Ky, Robert F. Hogan 15 Ky in the family of Allen Self, age 49, farmer.  (image 19/179)

1850 US Census of Division 1, Barren County, Kentucky: Andrew Walters 55 Ky, Louisa V. Walter, 44 Va, Sally Hogan 48, Va, Lucetta Hogan 8 Ky. (image 17/59)

1860 US Census of Division 2, Barren County, Kentucky: Andrew Walters 64 Ky, Jane Walters 64 Va; In separate unit next to Walters: Sally Hogans 58 Va., Lucetta Hogans 18 Ky (Lucetta is thought to be a granddaughter).

1870 US Census of Precinct 5, Hart County, Kentucky: Andrew Water (Walters) 77 Va; Jane Water 68 Va; Sally Hogan 68 Va, James Gill 65 Ky

1880 US Census of Waterloo, Hart County, Kentucky: James Gill, farmer, widowed, 75 Ky, Va, SC; Sallie Hogan, sister, widowed, age 79, Va, Va, Va; Virginia Walters sister married 73 Va, Va, Va; Fred Walters, brother, married age 88 Ky, Pa, Ireland, Sallie Billings hired housekeeper married, 24, Ky,

 

Children of William B. and Sally Hogan (Part B)

From Cyndi Hanes, email courtesy 2 June 2019

 

 

(1) Malvina Hogan (1823 to before 1886)

 

(2) Elizabeth Hogan (1826 - )

 

(3) Alexander Hogan (1831 - ).  From Cyndi Hanes: “Alexander went to work for his uncle.”  Trial notes in a law suit by Robert Mallery’s 2nd wife against the heirs of Robert Thomas Hogan, that there is a note that the last heard of Alexander was that he died in Arkansas during the Civil War but nothing has been found to verify that.  Ky, Ky; James Billings hired farmer, 27, Canada, Canada, Canada, John W. Bills, farmer age ? Ky, Can, Can.

 

(4) Jerome N.P. Hogan (1833-1908).  Uncertain that his original name was altered.

 

(5) Robert Thomas Hogan (1834-1922).  Robert was named in his uncle’s will as an heir.  The last we know of him in later years, the heirs of Robert Mallery’s 2nd wife filed suit against the heirs of Robert.  Question arises whether his father named him after a grandfather(s).     

From Cyndi Hanes, email courtesy 2 June 2019

 

1860 US Census of Horse Cave, Hart County, Kentucky: Robert T. Hogan 24, farmer, Ky, Nancy Hogan 23 Ky.

 

(6). Martha Ann Hogan.  From Cyndi Hanes: “I know that sometime before June 1847, Martha went to Missouri as a companion to a lady (a Mrs. Herndon).

 

Thoughts on y-dna Data (Part C)

 

          Hogan y-dna was reviewed on familytreedna.com for Col. John Hogan versus our subject William B. Hogan.  Col. John Hogan and one other unlisted test kit had only two y-dna mismatches/mutations out of 64 compared with William B. Hogan.  Col. John Hogan becomes the closest Hogan to William B. Hogan with current y-dna results.  His history has been well researched and our subject William B. is not a son or grandson.  Question becomes – could one of his brothers be the father?

 

From the book “Thomas Lloyd of Brunswick County, Virginia and Orange County, North Carolina” (page 27):  Col. John Hogan mentioned he had two brothers on the Orange County, North Carolina debtor list. (1) Zachariah Hogan who moved to and died in Anson County, North Carolina.  (2). Isaiah Hogan who is on a July 1777 debtor list, died in 1781.  Isaiah’s widow remarried and she and his son may have moved to Georgia. 

 

Posted comment on Montgomery County, North Carolina - Zachariah Hogan (~1750 to after 1810 Montgomery County, NC) had the following children:

(i). Isaiah Hogan (1775/1784) to 1850 Giles County, Tennessee(?)

(ii). William Hogan (1780/90 to 1840-1849 Montgomery County, North Carolina)

(iii). Marmaduke Hogan (1795/1800 to 1860+ Velvet Ridge, White County, Arkansas)

(iv). Zachariah Hogan, Jr. (7 April 1798 Montgomery County, North Carolina to 14 January 1892 Montgomery Co., NC)

(v). James Hogan (~1800 Montgomery Col, NC to 1870+ in Hardeman, Co., Tn.

(vi & vii). Two daughters (1775-1784), names unknown  

ancestry.com>boards>surname Hogan, Posted by Cleo, under Zachariah Hogan (ca1750-after 1810 Montgomery Co., NC. 08 August 2006

           

            Notice the Montgomery County records are North Carolina and not Tennessee.  There is another William Hogan, born about 1780/1790 who can be found in the 1840 US Census of Montgomery County, North Carolina.  This discounts him being our subject William B. Hogan.  Zack’s descendants may still be living in Montgomery County, NC.  The down side about this line and a bad one, is Marmaduke Hogan’s y-dna results show two additional mismatches (total of 4).

 

              The following may or may not be a brother to Col. John – Daniel Hogan (29 July 1753 to 19 January 1787 Orange County, North Carolina) who married Sarah Lloyd.  The Lloyd book lists Daniel Hogan who married Sarah Lloyd, but does not specifically state Daniel’s origins or relationship to Col. John Hogan.  Daniel and Sarah Lloyd Hogan have the following sons: (i) and (ii)

 

(i). Thomas Lloyd Hogan, Senior (5 August 1785 to 4 July 1858 Orange Co., NC) + wife Elizabeth Freeland (8 August 1790 to 14 September 1852 and both buried at Thomas Hogan Cemetery, Orange Co. NC).  Notice that his birth date conflicts with the next son.

(ii). Daniel Hogan “II” (4 January 1786 to 5July 1849 Orange County, NC per findagrave.com.

Thomas Lloyd of Brunswick County, Virginia and Orange County, North Carolina,” by Betty Scanlan Collins and Gerald Edward Collins, found online at familysearch.org.

 

Question here is whether Daniel Hogan “I” (1753 to 1787) had a son named William?  A review indicates “no.”  So…it appears that Col. John’s brother Isaiah Hogan (ca1740 to 1781) is the only one left, if his descendants can be found.    Isaiah Hogan lived in Chatham County, North Carolina where he died in November 1781.   His wife Nancy became Executrix and in 1785 a John Hogan took over duties in 1785.  This John Hogan appears to be a son, mostly because he signed his records with some form of “x.”   Col. John Hogan had a full signature.       

 

Another possibility and the best one yet is…the common ancestor of Col. John Hogan with William H. Hogan is further back in time; i.e. back in Ireland. 

 

            Y-dna results also can be looked at differently.  Hogans who CANNOT belong to William B. Hogan because the y-dna is too dissimilar.  This is immediately apparent with William Hogan (ca1675 to 1834 + wife Elizabeth Griffin descendants and includes Humphrey Hogan (test kits of Walter G. Hogan and Pearl C. Hogan/my relative).  They do not belong to our subject – William B. Hogan.  However, it is impossible to determine whether other Hogan lines are connected because of names given on their test kits are not helpful.  This includes Hogans from Fauquier and Louisa Counties, Virginia, Prosser Hogan, Micajah Hogan, etc.  William B. Hogan can still have a wide range of ancestors in this county.      

     

Miscellaneous and Raw Data

 

First Marriage Possibilities for William B. Hogan of Barren County, Kentucky (Part D)

 

(1). William B. Hogan was possibly married in Simpson County, Kentucky whose court house records were lost.

(2). (Probably not) 1818 May 5 - Rockingham County, North Carolina marriage or marriage bond for William Hogan/Hagan to Polly Parker (county record).   In the 1830 US Census of Barren County, Kentucky, our subject William Hogan had two neighbors next to him in the census.  They were Thomas Parker (born 1761/70 per 1840 census) and John Parker (younger).   Thomas Parker had an 1815 Land Grant in Barren County.

(3). (Maybe) 1816 June 4 – Logan County, Kentucky marriage of “William B. Hogan” to Sally Scott (county record).  Colonel John Hogan of Montgomery Co, Tennessee had a grandson William B. Hogan (1794-1834) who lived in nearby Montgomery County, Tennessee - where he is buried.   His wife was Mary “Polly” Rudolph whom his write-up^ states he married in 1814 in Montgomery County, Tennessee^ (not a county record).  Polly was his widow when he died.    Furthermore, Logan County, Kentucky had a Hogan clan living there, which included a William Hogan.  They were from Fauquier and Prince William Counties, Virginia.   However, Sally Scott who married William B. Hogan is not claimed by anyone of these Hogans.  

^ Montgomery County, Tennessee, Book 2000, Turner Publishing Company, 2000, pages 213-215, found on Google Books.

 

Various Yearly County Tax Records – Kentucky (Part E)

From familysearch.org.

 

Simpson County, Kentucky

Courthouse losses noted – Tax Records begin 1819

 

1819 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

“Wm. B. Hogan”, 1001 (#1 - 1 w. male 21+, #2 Blacks 16+, #3 Total Blacks, #4 - 1 horse

James Hogan, 117 acres, Drakes Fork, 1142

1820 US Census of Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky:

William Hogan – 2 males and 1 female 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 male 26-44.  Six names away from:

James Hogan – 1 male 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 45+, 6 slaves. 

1821 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan – 127 acres D. Creek, In whose name entered - A.P. Hogan, 11153 (#2 is total voters, otherwise the same).

P. Alexander Hogan – 110000

Wm Hogan 110000

1822 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

Alex P. Hogan – 11000

Wm Hogan 11000

James Hogan – 127 acres D. Creek, in whose name entered – A.P. Hogan, 111403 (#5 is now town lots and #6 horses

1823 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

James Hogan 117 D. Creek, in whose name entered A.P. Hogan, 1142 (#2 & #3 slaves)

1824 Simpson County, Kentucky Tax:

Alex P. Hogan 127 acres Drakes Creek, 110000 (found on last page of 1824 tax)

1825 to 1835 Simpson County, Tax: No Hogans.  Deeds and other court house records were lost.

 

Barren County, Kentucky Tax Lists checked from 1820 to 1847

 

James Hogan begins in 1826 with 1002.  Next is 1827.  In 1828, James Hogan had 56 acres on the Nobab Creek with 1002.  He is noted again 1829, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1846, and 1847.  He is not listed anywhere near William Hogan at any time.   Neither had slaves.

William Hogan is noted irregularly beginning in 1824 with 1002, no land detail, in 1828 as 1000, 1829 with 1 white male 21+, 2 children 4 to age 15 and no horses.  In 1840, (a different) William Hogan, 100 (one white male 21+ and no slaves any age), has 75 acres on Trace Creek.  In 1843, “Wm B. Hagan,” 100, has 75 acres on Trace Creek and does not appear again – checked through 1847.  Numbers 100; 1st number white male 21+, 2nd and 3rd blacks.

 

Warren County, Kentucky Tax Lists

 

Numbers such as 1132 refer to #1 being w. males 21+, #2 blacks 16+, #3 blacks total, #4 horses.  All taxes filed “A’s, B’s, C’s etc. but within each file – by date during early years.

 

1830 US Census of Warren Co., Ky: Nathaniel S. Hogan, 2 female 0-4, 1 male 5-9, 1 male 20-23, 1 female 15-19.

1831 Warren Co., Ky tax:  Hogan, Alex P. 66 2/3 acres, ? Creek, 1323.  No 1832 tax book.

1833 Warren Co., Ky tax: Nathaniel Hogan 1002 (#719/1134)

Alexander Hogan 66 2/3 acres, Drakes Creek in Warren 1124 (#757/1134

Nathan Hogan 1001 (#757/1134).  Notice there are two Nathan/Nathaniel Hogans.

1834 Warren Co., Ky. Tax List: Parts are badly light struck.  There is no 1835 tax.

Nathan Hogan 1001 no details (image #750/1134)

A (can’t read) Hogan 1124, Drakes Creek in Warren County. (#751/1134).  No 1835 tax.

1836 Warren Co., Ky. Tax List: 3 lists

A.P. Hogan 1226, 66 2/3 acres Drakes Creek in Warren Co.,

Nathaniel Hogan 1132, no other details.

 

Allen County, Kentucky (established 1815 from Barren and Warren Counties)

A certain William Hogan/Hagan of the Middle Fork was of interest here)

 

1816 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan 1003, 100 acres Allen Co., M. Fork, Thompson (under whose name).  Also is a William Hagan.

1818 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan 1002, 145 acres. NFDC (North Fork, Drakes Creek?)           

1820 US Census of Allen County, Kentucky: William Hogan 2 females 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 male 26-44; one foreigner not naturalized (wrong - not found on original image).  There are a number of Hagans (census reviewed line by Line)          

1820 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hagan 1004, 100 acres T? Fork, (image 161/1183, # 1 for w. m. 21+, #2 for Blacks 16+, #3 for total blacks, #4 is horses).  Next on listing is

William Hogan 1002, 145 acres, Allen, So Fork, patented.

1821 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogans 1002, 145 acres M. Fork.  Also, a William Hagan 1005, 100 acres, Tramel water course, E. Rodgers (under name of)

1822 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hagan 1004, 145 acres, L. Fork

1823 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan, 1003, 145 acres, M. Fork. (278/1193 mixed with Hagans including a William Hagan 1002, 100 acres, Tramel, E. Rodgers.)

1824 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan, 1001, 145 acres M. Fork.  (Also, a William Hagan and William Hagan, Jr.) 

1825 Allen County, Ky. Tax: Will. Hogan, 1003, 145 acres M. Fork

1826 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hagan, 1004, 145 acres, M. Fork

1826 May 16 – Allen County, Ky: Deed from Lee Allen of Simpson  County, Kentucky to William Hagans of Allen County, Kentucky…200 acres in Tramels Creek of East Branch Drakes Creek.  Signed Lee Allen.  Witnesses – William Hogan, Mernek H__ten, and Sarah Hogan (both Hogans spelled with an “o”.   (Allen Co. Ky Deed Book C/503).  All are probably Hagans, but not sure – J. Murphy.  Hagans lived on Tramels Fork.   Tramels Fork William Hagan’s wife was Elizabeth, from DB D/152 and DB D/153.

1827 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hagan 1004, 145 acres

1829 Allen County, Ky. Tax: Will Hogan, 10404, 145 acres, M Fork  

 

1830 US Census of Allen County, Kentucky:  William Hogan – 3 males + 1 female 0-4, 2 females 5-9, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 30-39, 1 male 40-49.   If not a Hagan, this William had 145 acres on the Middle Fork, and generally ran tax numbers 1003 or 1004.  There were a number of Hagans, but the tax scribe usually showed the “o” in Hogan.  There is no 1830 Allen County Tax record.  Likely is a Hagan and not a Hogan.

1831 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan 145 M. Fork in Allen County and 95 acres in Simpson County  L. Fork, Beaucamp.  16005 (where 2nd number are children at school from age 6 to 15.)

1832 Allen County, Ky. Tax: William Hogan 14004, 140 acres Allen Co. on M. Fork, Hasen, 70 acres Simpson County on S. Fork.   

1832 July 12 – Allen County, Ky: Anderson Dumal/Duval of Sampson County, Kentucky deeded to William Hogan of Allen County, 145 acres in Allen County, Middle Fork of Drakes Creek for $100.  Witnesses – Levi Needer and John Nagland.  Wife Francis Dumal appeared before the county clerk. 

1833 March 20 – Allen County, Ky:  Kentucky Land Grant to William Hogan, 10 acres, M. Fork Drakes Creek, Book D/2

 Kentucky, Land Grants 1782-1924, ancestry.com

1835 Allen County tax list: (1) William B. Hogains, 1 w. male 21+ and 1 horse.  No details.

(2) William Hogan 16000?, 145 acres in Allen Co. on M. Fork and 90 acres Simpson Co. on S. Fork.  1 w. male 21+, 6 children in school 5-15, ? horses, 12 cattle.

1836 Oct. 10 – Allen County: Deed from William Hagan to John Carpenter, both of Allen County, Kentucky, 150 acres for $600 on Middle Fork of Drakes Creek.  Signed – William Hagan.  No wife’s name mentioned. (DB F/68).   This is year after our Barren County subject died.  Therefore, this Allen County William Hogan/Hagan could not be the same person.

1836, 1837, 1838 Allen County – No Hogans.   

1840 US Census of Allen County, Kentucky: No Hogans.

1842 Allen County, Ky. Tax: “Wm. B. Hagan,” 230 acres Trammel, 100

Checked through 1848, several missing years.

 

1820 Allen County, Ky; 098, 104

1830 Allen County, Ky 072 – (North of Sumner County, Tennessee) 

       1820: William Hogan 220111-10010

       1820: William Hogan 000010-20100 

 

Monroe County, Kentucky Tax Lists – checked from 1820-1850

 

    There were no Hogans in Monroe County, Kentucky tax lists from 1820 to 1850.  However there were a number of Hagans.   Beginning in 1846, there was a William B. Hagan whose acreage began at 70 acres on Mashs/Meshack Creek which grew to 400 acres in 1850. 

 

1850 US Census of Monroe County, Kentucky: Wm. B. Hagan age 40 Ky, Mary Hagan 32 Ky, Isaac Hagan 12 Ky, Thomas Hagan 11 Ky, David Hagan 8 Ky, William Hagan 6 Ky, M. Hagan 4 Ky, S. Hagan 2 Ky, and Solomon Goodman age 15 Ky.                                          

 

Green County, Kentucky Tax Records

(From familysearch.org)

 

1795 to 1802: No Hogans. 

 

All Green County taxes are filed into groups, i.e. “A’s, B’s, C’s, etc.  Within each group, they 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 (this item missing if only four numbers used), 3rd number total blacks, 4th number blacks under 16  and 5th number horses and rarely includes cows.  Most tax records give acreage of land, which county land was in, water course, patented.  Hogans rarely were given such detail, suggesting they were renting, squatting, or such.

 

1803 Green Co., Ky. Tax: Prosser Hogan 10002

1804 and 1805:  No Hogans.

1806: Prosser Hogan 11002.  Some “H“ listings are unreadable.

1807: Prosser Hogan 11001

1808: Proser Hogan 11004

           James Hogan 11242

1809: Prosser Hogan 10002

1810: John Hogan 1002

Prosser Hogan 1004

David Hogans 1007

James Hogan 1243

 

1810 US Census of Green Co., Ky: John Hogan 1 male 0-9, 1 male and 1 female 16-26.  Married 27 September 1809 to Agnes Sally here.  To whom does he belong? 

 

1811: James Ho_an s234 (looks like “s” – many H listings unreadable)

Prosser Hogan ?00?

1812: James Hogan 1244

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

Prosser Hogen 1007

1813: John Hogan 1002 (#599/1399)

Prosser Hogan 1004 (#599/1399)

James Hogan 1001 (#599/1399)

James Hogan 1243 (#599/1399)

Nathan Hogan 1003

1814: James Hogan 1132

Prosser Hogan 1004

Jno. Hogan 1002.  Next one is:

James Hogan 1002

1815: James Hogan 1001 (#690/1399)

Prosser Hogin 2004 (#690/1399)

James Hogan 1143 (#690/1399)

William Hogan 1000 (#692/1399)

1816: James Hogan 1142 (#741/1399)

Prosser Hogan 2003, 100 acres Green Co., Robinson water course (#741/1399)

James Hogan 1002 (#743/1399)

1817: The following three are next to each other:

James Hogan 1007

Prosser Hogan 1002, 100 acres Green Co., Robinson, Cown.

Nathaniel Hogan 1001

1818: Prosser Hogan 1003, 100 acres Green Co., Robinson, Cowan

Nathan Hogan 1001

James Hogan 1001

1819: Prosser Hogan 1002 100, Green, Robinson, Cowan

James Hogan 1001

Nathan Hogan 1001

 

Logan County, Kentucky

 

1810 US Census of Logan County, Kentucky:

John Hogan – 2 males + 1 female 0-9, 1 female 10-15, 2 males + 1 female 16-25, 1 male + 1 female 26-44, 1 male and 1 female 45+

 

1815 Logan County, Ky., Tax:

Hogan, William 250 acres Whippoorwill 1112.  Appears to be someone different than William B. Hogan of Montgomery County, Tennessee.  He is two entries from

Hogan, John Sr. 250 acres Whippoorwill 1445

Hogan, John Jr. 250 acres Whippoorwill 1112

Hogan, Martin 250 acres Whippoorwill 1384

 

1816 June 4 – Logan County, Ky: Marriage of Wm. B. Hogan to Sally Scott (county record).   No family line is claiming her.

                                                                          

1816 Logan County, Ky. Tax: (#2 slaves 16+ and #3 total slaves). 

      

Hogan, John Hogan, Sr., 250 acres Whippoor Creek, 1395.   All 4 are next to each other.

Hogan, Martin 250 acres, Whippoor 1384

Hogan, Wm. 250 acres Whippoor 1113.

Hogan, John, Jr. 250 acres, Whippoor 1003

 

1824 Logan County, Ky. Tax:

Hagan, William – no land named, 1233

Hogan, John 300 acres 1.4.10.3 Whippoorwill

Hogan, Martin 360 acres 1596 Whippoorwill

“same for Jane Hogan 34 acres

 

1825 Logan County, Kentucky tax

Hogan, John, 250 acres in Logan County 1373

Hogan, Martin 362 acres, 1474

Same for Ann Hogan 34 acres

Hogan, William, 336 acres, Whipp. 1244

Hogan, John 250 acres, Whipp. 1.3.11.4

Hogan, Martin 410.5 acres, Whipp 1476

 

1830 US Census of Russellville, Logan County, Kentucky:

Hogan, William - 2 males + 1 female 0-4, 1 male + 1 female 5-9, 1 female 20-29, 1 male 40-49.  Slaves 4.  All three Hogans are next to each other.

Hogan, Martin, 1 female 0-4, 1 female 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 female 15-19, 1 male and 1 female 40-49.

Hogan, John, 1 male & 1 female 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 female 30-39, 1 male 40-49.

 

1840 US Census of Logan County, Kentucky:

Hogan, William - 1 female 0-4, 2 males + 1 female 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 male + 1 female 15-19, 1 female 40-49, 1 male 50-59.   Next to Martin Hogan but not the others.

Hogan, Martin, 1 female 10-14, 2 females 15-19, 1 male 50-59, 9 slaves

Hogan, John.  2 females 0-4, 1 female 5-9, 3 females 101-4, 1 male 15-19, 1 male 20-29, 1 female 40-49, 1 Male 50-59, 8 slaves.

 

Data from a William B. Hagan after Subject’s death. 

 

1835 Allen County tax list: (1) William B. Hogains, 1 w. male 21+ and 1 horse.  No details.

1840 US Census of Barren Co., Kentucky: William B. Hagin, 3 males 0-4, 1 male + 1 female 20-29 (image 9/78).

1840 Barren County tax list: William Hogan 1 w.m. 21+, horses not listed, 75 acres Trace Creek, Barren County.  

 

Trace Creek is the southern-most tip of Barren County, and flows about one mile from its eastern source westward into Allen County and finally into the Barren River.  Nearby to the land is also Monroe County, Ky., where the small town of Fountain Run (formerly Jamestown) was established before 1820.   The nearest road to Trace Creek on Delorme’s Kentucky Atlas & Gazetteer is “Hagan Road.”

 

1842 Allen County, Ky. Tax: “Wm. B. Hagan,” 100, 230 acres Trammel water course.

1843 Barren County tax list. William B. Hagan, 1 w.m. 21+, horses not listed, 75 acres, Trace Creek. (image 475/855). 

1850 US Census of Monroe County, Kentucky: Wm. B. Hagan age 40 Ky, Mary Hagan 32 Ky, Isaac Hagan 12 Ky, Thomas Hagan 11 Ky, David Hagan 8 Ky, William Hagan 6 Ky, M. Hagan 4 Ky, S. Hagan 2 Ky, and Soloman Goodman age 15 Ky.