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Descendants of William Hogan

Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM1 HOGAN was born 1660 in New Brunswick VA, and died 05 Nov 1734 in New Brunswick VA. He married MARY. She was born 1660 in VA, and died 10 Jul 1767 in VA.

Child of WILLIAM HOGAN and MARY is:

2 i. WILLIAM JAMES2 HOGAN, b. 1680, Cumberland VA; d. 1754, Cumberland VA.


Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM JAMES2 HOGAN (WILLIAM1) was born 1680 in Cumberland VA, and died 1754 in Cumberland VA. He married ELIZABETH GRIFFIN, daughter of WALTER GRIFFIN and MARY BAXTER. She was born 1683 in Cumberland VA, and died 1733 in Cumberland VA.

Child of WILLIAM HOGAN and ELIZABETH GRIFFIN is:

3 i. WILLIAM GRIFFIN3 HOGAN, b. 1705, Cumberland VA; d. 13 Sep 1783, Anson, NC.


Generation No. 3

3. WILLIAM GRIFFIN3 HOGAN (WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1705 in Cumberland VA, and died 13 Sep 1783 in Anson, NC. He married SARAH SHADRACK. She was born 1708 in VA, and died 1760 in VA.

Child of WILLIAM HOGAN and SARAH SHADRACK is:

4 i. JAMES4 HOGAN, b. 1728, VA; d. 11 Sep 1793, Anson NC.


Generation No. 4

4. JAMES4 HOGAN (WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1728 in VA, and died 11 Sep 1793 in Anson NC. He married SILENCE LANE. She was born 1730 in VA, and died 17 Aug 1802 in Anson, NC.

Child of JAMES HOGAN and SILENCE LANE is:

5 i. JAMES5 HOGAN, b. 22 Apr 1752, Pittsylvania County VA; d. 18 Feb 1811, Garrard County KY.


Generation No. 5

5. JAMES5 HOGAN (JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 22 Apr 1752 in Pittsylvania County VA, and died 18 Feb 1811 in Garrard County KY. He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. She was born Unknown, and died 18 Jan 1828 in Jessamine Co KY.

Notes for JAMES HOGAN:
DAR marker at gravesite
Married Elizabeth unknown birthdate unknown Elizabeth died 18 Jan 1828 in Jessamine County Kentucky. She is buried besiade him in a marked grave.
James Hogan was born April 22, 1752 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia and died February 18, 1811 in Garrard County, Kentucky. James Hogan was in the Revolutionary War, and served in Capt. Pettus’ Co of Taylor’s Regt.of VA January to July, 1780. He was a member, with his brothers William and John, of Daniel Boone’s second scouting party into Kentucky. Because of his service in the Revolutionary War, he received a number of land grants in Rockcastle, Jessamine, Laurel, Garrard and Scott counties. According to James’ Revolutionary War records, he immigrated to Kentucky in 1781. He owned and operated the first ferry in Garrard County. James established the ferry in 1785 to bring Garrard County products to his tobacco warehouse across the river at the mouth of Hickman Creek, in what is now Jessamine County.

He appears in the 1810 Garrard Co, KY census.
Grantee Acres Book Survey Date County WaterCourse
Hogan, James 400 2 12-20-1783 Fayette Elkhorn
Hogan, James 100 3 1-26-1783 Lincoln Ky R
Hogan, James 50 6 12-23-1783 Fayette Hickmans Trace
Hogan, James 400 6 12-10-1783 Fayette N Fk Elkhorn
Hogan, James Jr 902 1/2 6 12-10-1783 Fayette None
Hogan, James 1,000 6 6-19-1784 Fayette Little Hickman
Hogan, James 100 6 4-18-1785 Lincoln White Oak Cr
Hogan, James 200 11 3-12-1789 Fayette Ky
Hogan, James 50 2 6-18-1784 Fayette Ky R
Hogan, James 1,000 7 2-17-1797 Lincoln Rockcastle R

Garrard County Will Book #1, page 41:
Will of James Hogan, written 2-13-1811, probated April Court 1811:
“my wife Elizabeth; my son James; my daughter Betsey; my daughter Rebeckah; my daughter Polly; my deceased daughter Catey’s four children: William Moss, James Moss, John Moss, and Sally Moss and her husband Mason Moss”, to keep the land until the youngest of my four grandchildren is 18 years of age; then land to be sold and divided equally between the 4 children of daughter Catey; my daughter Sally; my son John; my son Samuel, and my son William Hogan.”

Petitions of the Early Inhabitants of Kentucky to the General Assembly of Virginia, 1769 to 1792
That your Petitioner at the request and solicitations of a number of the Inhabitants in the Kentucky District has provided himself with a Boat, Hands &c for the purpose of keeping a Ferry across the Kentucky River from Lands of his own in Lincoln County to his Lands in Fayette County at the mouth of Hickmans Creek where the publick Warehouses are ordered to be erected. Your Petitioner therefore prays this Honorable House to pass an Act for establishing the same a publick Ferry and fixing the rates of Ferriage. And whereas the keeping of a Ferry across the Kentucky River will be attended with more trouble and inconvenience than is usual on Rivers of that size owing to its peculiar situation & its being fordable generally six or seven months of the year your petitioner is induced to ask your Honble House for such as Augmentation to the general rates of Ferriage as may enable him to attend and serve the publick faithfully-- I Levi Todd Clerk of the County aforesaid do certify that James Hogan did legally advertise that he intended presenting this Petition at the ensuing Session of Assembly. Given under my Hand this 13th day of September 1785 --

More About JAMES HOGAN:
Birth of child: 1784, James Hogan
Burial: Hogan Cemetery, Brayantsville, Garrard Co KY
Individual Note: This is the great great great great (4 greats) grandfather of Janet Hogan Chapman
Wife Elizabeth’s death: 18 Jan 1828, Buried beside him in Hogan Cemetery, Bryantsville, KY

Notes for ELIZABETH UNKNOWN:
Last will and testament of Elizabeth Hogan:
In the name of God amen. I Elizabeth Hogan of the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky being weak in body but of sound memory and discretion do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following. To wit first my will and desire is that my land lying in Garrard county and my undivided interest in a tract of land lying in Rockcastle county Kentucky near Rockcastle river on the main State Road be sold by my executor on such terms as he may judge best and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided my sons John Hogan Samuel Hogan and William Hogan.
secondly, I give and bequeath to my daughter Betsy Baldock my negro woman Crease (?) and all my wearing apparel.
thirdly, all the rest and (?) of my goods and chattel whatever I give and bequeath to my aforesaid sons John Hogan Samuel Hogan and William Hogan after paying my just debts
fourthly I do hereby constitute and appoint Williamson & Mullins Executor of this will in testimony whereof I my hand and seal have subscribed and set this 10th day of May 1825 signed declared and published in the person of John Dunn & William Dunn
Elizabeth Hogan {seal}

More About ELIZABETH UNKNOWN:
Burial: Hogan Cemetery, Bryantsville, KY

Child of JAMES HOGAN and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN is:

6 i. JAMES6 HOGAN, b. 1784; d. 1820, Scott, Kentucky.


Generation No. 6

6. JAMES6 HOGAN (JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1784, and died 1820 in Scott, Kentucky. He married NANCY IRVINE, daughter of JAMES IRVINE and LETTIE UNKNOWN. She was born 1788 in Virginia.

Notes for JAMES HOGAN:
married Nancy Irvine June 5, 1807

JAMES6 HOGAN (JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFEN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1784, and died Abt. 1820 in Scott County, Kentucky2. He married NANCY IRVINE 06 Jun 1807 in Jessamine County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES IRVINE and LETTIE LNU. She was born Abt. 1781 in Virginia3, and died Bet. 1860 -1870 in Kentucky.
Notes for JAMES HOGAN:
Among the early Hogans in Kentucky are John Hogan and his brothers who were members of Daniel Boone’s second scouting party into Kentucky in 1779-1780. John Hogan was born Feb 16, 1756 in Pittsylvania, VA and died March 16, 1783. This John Hogan with his brother James began one of Kentucky’s first ferry services at the mouth of Hickman Creek, Jessamine Co. ferrying pioneers across the Kentucky River between Garrard County and Jessamine County. James Hogan lived from 1752 to 1811 and was in Garrard County, Kentucky.

More About JAMES HOGAN:
Birth of child: 1808, Abner born Scott Co KY, died after 1858. Served in Mexican war.
Individual Note: 06 Jun 1807, Married to Nancy Irvine, daughter of James Irvine and Lettie unknown.

Child of JAMES HOGAN and NANCY IRVINE is:

7 i. WILLIAM7 HOGAN, b. 1814, Jessamine Co Kentucky; d. 1856.


Generation No. 7

7. WILLIAM7 HOGAN (JAMES6, JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1814 in Jessamine Co Kentucky, and died 1856. He married ELEANOR BLAKEMAN, daughter of ADAM BLAKEMAN and JANE MCQUEEN. She was born 29 Mar 1810 in Jessamine Co Kentucky, and died 16 Apr 1856 in Jessamine Co Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM HOGAN:
married Eleanor Blakeman Sept 9, 1832

More About WILLIAM HOGAN:
Birth of child: Aug 1833, Mary Jane born Aug 1833 Jessamine Co KY, d 01 Feb 1920 (Mary Jane Bruner)
Individual Note: Great great grandfather of Janet Hogan Chapman

More About ELEANOR BLAKEMAN:
Burial: Hogan Cemetery, Jessamine Co

Children of WILLIAM HOGAN and ELEANOR BLAKEMAN are:

8 i. JAMES ALEXANDER8 HOGAN, b. 18 Mar 1845, Jessamine Co Kentucky; d. 13 Jun 1904, Kentucky.
ii. MARY J HOGAN, b. 1834, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
iii. ELIZABETH HOGAN, b. 1835, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
iv. SARAH HOGAN, b. 1837, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
v. REBECCA HOGAN, b. 1840, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
vi. NANCY HOGAN, b. 1842, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
vii. MARY HOGAN, b. 1847, Jessamine Co Kentucky.
viii. ADAM HOGAN, b. 1849


Generation No. 8

8. JAMES ALEXANDER8 HOGAN (WILLIAM7, JAMES6, JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 18 Mar 1845 in Jessamine Co Kentucky, and died 13 Jun 1904 in Kentucky. He married NANNIE BROOKSHIRE, daughter of WILEY BROOKSHIRE and NANCY WATTS. She was born 1857 in Kentucky, and died 22 Jan 1937 in Fayette Co Kentucky.

Notes for JAMES ALEXANDER HOGAN:
There are several news articles about James’s death. He was a well to do farmer in Fayette Co KY and was shot in the back on Christmas Eve, 1903 during the course of an altercation with a neighbor, George Baxter. He never fully recovered. They were unable to remove the bullet and he eventually lost his mind and committed suicide in the Kentucky River June 1904. His death is listed as June 11, 1904. His oldest son, Jesse, was my grandfather although I never knew him. Sadly, he died relatively young on Christmas Day, 1823. My dad was only 12 years old at that time.

More About JAMES ALEXANDER HOGAN:
Birth of child: 02 Dec 1879, Jesse Franklin born in Clark Co KY. This is Janet Hogan Chapman’s grandfather.
Cause of Death: Drowned in Kentucky River (suicide)
Residence: 1870, Winchester, Clark, Kentucky

More About NANNIE BROOKSHIRE:
Residence: Pine Grove

Children of JAMES HOGAN and NANNIE BROOKSHIRE are:

i. KATIE9 HOGAN, b. Abt. 1877; m. MEYERS.
9 ii. JESSE FRANKLIN HOGAN, b. 04 Dec 1879, Clark County Kentucky; d. 25 Dec 1923, Atlanta Fulton County Georgia US.
iii. ROBERT HOGAN, b. Abt. 1885, Kentucky.
iv. WILLIE HOGAN, b. Abt. 1886, Kentucky.
v. MYRTLE HOGAN, b. Abt. 1889, Kentucky; m. (1) H ORR; b. Virginia?; m. (2) H ORR; b. Virginia?.
vi. CHARLIE HOGAN, b. Abt. 1892, Kentucky.
vii. JAMES HOGAN, b. Abt. 1894, Kentucky.


Generation No. 9

9. JESSE FRANKLIN9 HOGAN (JAMES ALEXANDER8, WILLIAM7, JAMES6, JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 04 Dec 1879 in Clark County Kentucky, and died 25 Dec 1923 in Atlanta Fulton County Georgia US. He married WILLIE MAY WHEELER, daughter of SANFORD WHEELER and SARAH. She was born 02 Sep 1878 in Newton County Georgia, and died 14 Aug 1963 in Atlanta Fulton County Georgia US.

More About JESSE FRANKLIN HOGAN:
Residence: 1880, Pinchem, Clark, Kentucky, United States

More About WILLIE MAY WHEELER:
Residence: 1880, Stansells, Newton, Georgia, United States

Child of JESSE HOGAN and WILLIE WHEELER is:

10 i. JAMES FRANKLIN10 HOGAN, b. 07 Nov 1912, Atlanta Fulton County Georgia US; d. 01 Jul 1974, Fulton County Georgia.


Generation No. 10

10. JAMES FRANKLIN10 HOGAN (JESSE FRANKLIN9, JAMES ALEXANDER8, WILLIAM7, JAMES6, JAMES5, JAMES4, WILLIAM GRIFFIN3, WILLIAM JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 07 Nov 1912 in Atlanta Fulton County Georgia US, and died 01 Jul 1974 in Fulton County Georgia. He married MARY ELIZABETH LORD, daughter of CLARENCE LORD and TOMMIE SMITH. She was born 17 Nov 1923 in Fulton County Georgia; Hapeville, and died 20 Mar 2000 in Clayton County Georgia.

Notes for JAMES FRANKLIN HOGAN:
Married Mary Lord Holliday Nov 17, about 1941.

More About JAMES FRANKLIN HOGAN:
Residence: 1930, Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH LORD:
Lucille, Mary, and Christine Lord
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Contributed by Janet Hogan Chapman. The endnotes are from James of generation five forward. Many thanks to Gary Stuart for much of the Hogan information, Brenda Royse and Mary Hatton for their help, and Ms. Shanks at the Lexington library.