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Re: My updated HOAG line
Posted by: Paula (ID *****1087) Date: May 25, 2006 at 09:43:40
In Reply to: My updated HOAG line by Diane Peterson of 997

To see so many cousins has just excited me to no end! You'll see I have my line a bit different, because I show Richard being Ebenezer Emery's father in law, not grandfather in law... Would love to hear from any of you! Don't have a great deal of info, but quite willing to share what I have! paulakhawk@yahoo.com

Richard Hoag (abt 1613, UK) m Joan (abt 1617, UK)
John Hoag (1643, MA) m Ebenezer Emery (1648, MA)
Jonathan Hoag (1671, MA) m Martha Goodwin (1688, MA)
John Hoag (1705, MA) m Elizabeth Springer (1709, MA)
Amos Hoag (1734, Nine Partners, NY) m Lydia Hoag (1748, Nine Partners, NY)
Beaman Hoag (1777, NY) m Desire (Macomber?) (1781)
Myrick Hoag (1810-1825?, NY m Sarah (Beckey?) (1833, Maine)
Ione Hoag (1875, Michigan) m Clifford Fletcher (1871, MI)

Lydia's Line:
Richard Hoag (abt 1613, UK) m Joan (abt 1617, UK)
John Hoag (1643, MA) m Ebenezer Emery (1648, MA)
Jonathan Hoag (1671, MA) m Martha Goodwin (1688, MA)
Stephen Hoag (1718, MA) m Ann Hunt (1713, MA)
Lydia Hoag m Amos Hoag


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