The Life of Hugh Hogg I (c1774-1867) and the Genealogy of His Descendants of Megantic County, Quebec: Hogg of the Royal Irish Fusiliers During the French Revolution, West Indies Campaign, on the Portage of Temiscouata, and in Megantic County, Quebec

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The Life of Hugh Hogg I (c1774-1867) and the Genealogy of His Descendants of Megantic County, Quebec: Hogg of the Royal Irish Fusiliers During the French Revolution, West Indies Campaign, on the Portage of Temiscouata, and in Megantic County, Quebec
Abstract
"Hugh Hogg was born in about 1774, probably in Banbridge, County Down, Ireland. He married Mary in about 1807 in Quebec. They had two children. Mary died in 1814. He married Elizabeth Louisa Griffard in 1814 and they had eight children. Hugh died in 1867 in Inverness Township, Megantic County, Quebec. Descendants and relatives lived in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and elsewhere."
Place
Lower Sackville, NS
Publisher
Evans Books
Date
2000
# of Pages
ix-120p.
Language
en
URL
0968551815
Citation
Barry, Gwen. The Life of Hugh Hogg I (C1774-1867) and the Genealogy of His Descendants of Megantic County, Quebec: Hogg of the Royal Irish Fusiliers During the French Revolution, West Indies Campaign, on the Portage of Temiscouata, and in Megantic County, Quebec. Lower Sackville, NS: Evans Books, 2000. 0968551815.
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