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FOGG Ebenezer [1] b ca 1785, George W [2], George E [3], Henry B [4] MA=NH=VT=NH
Posted by: Jan H. Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: September 17, 2005 at 20:16:52
In Reply to: Re: searching for Samuel FOGG b.June 1, 1716 in Kittery, MAINE by Steve Rauch of 915

Hi Steve,
Seeking to find the parent's names of Ebenezer [b. ca 1785 in MA] and Hannah FOGG [b. ca 1789] so have not been able to trace my FOGG family back to the immigrant, Samuel (1) FOGG yet.

However, THANKS to Barbara I'm trying to prove family legend below:
1st generation: Ebenezer and Hannah FOGG b. MA;

2nd generation:
George W. and Minerva A. FOGG

3rd generation:
George E. [Civil War Soldier] married Alice L. Fogg

4th generation: Henry B. Fogg and Maude Gardner divorced sometime before 1910.  

5th generation:
They had a daughter named Elouine Fogg (Eloise below). Elouine Fogg and Maude Fogg moved to Claremont NH abt 1910.

6th generation:
Elouine later had five children. She had with Alfred B(r)ailey:
1) Elizabeth JW Bailey, born June 22 1916, Claremont, NH.
2) Harry J. Bailey, born June 1917, New Hampshire. Harry Bailey was later adopted by Maude Fogg (around 1920).

Elouine later married Harvey D LaRock. They had
3) Beulah LaRock born abt 1924.
4) Eleanor LaRock born Dec 1924.
5) Bertha May LaRock born Jun 12 1929.

On December 18 1929 there was a fire in Maude Fogg's rooming house and Elouine Bailey LaRock, Bertha LaRock and Beulah LaRock were killed. Eleanor LaRock was injured. She lived with Maude Fogg in Woodstock, Vermont with Harry Bailey and Elizabeth Bailey.

The above information was found at the Claremont NH library, in the Newspaper and in the church vital records on microfilm.
Additions and corrections welcomed.

Hope you are a newly found cousin.
Jan <jnrose@webtv.net>


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