Updated Simon Hoyte of Somerset County England with Biblical, World Royalty & Pharaonic Connections

Entries: 119159    Updated: 2017-11-21 02:55:14 UTC (Tue)    Owner: John E Hoyt    Home Page: Updated Descendants of the Simon Hoyt/e Families with Biblical, World Royalty & Pharaonic Connections  Note: You will leave RootsWeb

Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM

  • ID: I59902
  • Name: Abraham Hoag
  • Surname: Hoag
  • Given Name: Abraham
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 13 Apr 1759 in New York 1 2 3
  • Death: 4 Apr 1818 in East Hamburg,Erie Co.,New York 2 3
  • Burial: Friends Cemetery,Orchard Park,Erie Co.,New York 2 3
  • _UID: E3FDE67629C5DE45AFEBDAB0DF8A48ADCFD9
  • Note:
    [Hoag110800.FTW]

    Abraham Hoag, son of Stephen, was born in either Oblong or White Creek,Dutchess Co., New Yor k State April 13, 1759. He died in Orchard Park,April 4, 1818. He was a Quaker minister and m oved here from Dutchess Co.in 1814. He married first, _______ Cook; second, Amy Gile or Guile . Shewas a daughter of Joseph and Tibitha Guile or Gile. She was born July 12,1766 and died A ugust 12, 1833. He, and perhaps she, were buried in theold first Quaker Cemetery since remove d. It was located just east acrossnorth Freeman Road from the present cemetery ad joining th e old MeetingHouse. It is said the bodies were removed, but all that can be found wasan old t omb stone leaning against the fence on the west side of thecemetery and the lettering is abou t obliterated after 137 years. Nothingmuch is known of him, except that he came here shortl y after the countrywas opened up and did purchase 116 acres of land on the Armor Road, nearMu rphy Road consisting of 116 acres from Ezekiel Cook for $1500.00. Ihave often wondered if thi s Ezekiel Cook might have been some relation tohis first wife, who was a Cook. A copy of th e deed can be found in Book#21, page 467 in the County Clerk's Office, County Building, Buffa lo, NewYork.
    The property was purchased in July, 1815. He died in 1818 and must havedeeded it to his son , Jonathan, who in turn, deeded it to his brother,Robert, in February, 1834. Book #33 page 94 , which describes the exactsame property Abraham purchased in 1815.

    Children of Abraham and ____ Cook:
    1.Hulda born January 28, 1791 in Dutchess Co. She married Ruben Sprague.

    Children of Abraham and Amey:
    1. Robert Hoag born October 28, 1795 died January 6, 1874
    2. Jonathan Hoag born March 29, 1797 died March 3, 1882
    3. Mary Hoag born February 11 1799 died July 11, 1880
    4. Rebecca Hoag born June 5, 1801 died _____
    5. Anna Hoag born September 4, 1803 died _____
    6. David Hoag born June 2, 1807 died June 16, 1891
    7. Walter Hoag born May 11, 1811 died _____


    Abraham Hoag was the first Hoag to file a will in the surrogate's Officein Buffalo, New York . Will #10286. The only papers left in the file wasan inventory of house-hold effects.
    It can be found in Book #21, page 467, Records of Deeds, filed in theCounty Clerk's Office o f Erie Co., New York, a record of land purchasedon July 14, 1815, consisting of 116 acres fro m Ezekiel and Amy Cook andsold to Abraham Hoag as follows:

    This indenture made this fourteenth day of July in the year of our Lord,one-thousand eight hu ndred and fifteen, between Ezekiel Cook of thecounty of Niagara (now Erie) and the state of N ew York, of the first partand Abraham Hoag of the county and state aforesaid of the second pa rt.

    Wittnesseth that the party of the first part and in consideration of thesum of fiteen hundre d dollars, ($1500.00) to him in hand paid by theparty of the second part, the receipt whereo f is here by confessed andacknow ledged, hath granted, bargained, sold, remised, released, al iened,and confirmed, and by these presents, doth grant, bargain, sell, remise,release, alie n and confirm unto the said party of the second part, and tohis heirs and assigns, forever al l that certain tract or parcel of land,situated lying and being in the town of Hamburg in sai d County of Niagara(now Erie) and distinguished by part of lot #29 in the ninth township ands eventh range, butted and bounded as follows:

    Beginning at a stake at the north east corner of said lot, thence southforty-five chains an d eighteen links, to a post, thence west twenty-eightchains and eighty-seven links, to a post , thence north forty chains andeighteen links, to a post, thence twenty-eight chains and seve nty-onelinks, to a place of beginning, containing one-hundred and sixteen acres,be the same , more or less, together with all and singular herediments andappurtances there unto belongin g on in anywise appertainirig, and therevision and reversion and revisions, remainder and rem ainders, rents,issues and profits thereof, and all the estate, right, title, andinterest, cla im and demand, what-so-ever of the party of the first part,either in law or in equity, of i n and to the above bargained premises,with the said herediments and appurtances. To have an d to hold the saidpremised above described to the party of the second part, his heirs, andass igns to the sole and only proper use, benefit, and behalf of the saidparty of the second part , his heirs, and assigns forever, and the saidparty of the first part for himself and his hei rs, executors andadministrators, do the covenent, grant, bargain and agree to and with thesai d party of the second part, his heirs and assigns that at the time ofthe ensealing, and deliv ery of these presents, he was well seized of thepremise above conveyed, as of a good, sure, p erfect, absolute andundefeasable estate of inheritance in the law in fee simple and that thea bovebargained premises in quiet and peaceable possession of the saidparty of the second part , his heirs and assigns against all and everyperson or persons lawfully claiming or to clai m the whole or any partthereof, he will for ever warrant and defend.

    In wittness, whereof, party of the first part, hath hereunto set his handand seal the day an d year above mentioned, sealed and delivered in thepresence of Richard Smith and Elizabeth Sm ith and signed:

    Ezekiel Cook

    Amy Cook

    (Note)
    Could it be possible the Ezekiel and Amy Cook were the father and motherof Abraham Hoag's fir st wife?
    1 4 3
  • Change Date: 22 Oct 2002 at 01:00:00



    Father: Stephen , Sr. Hoag b: 4 Apr 1718 in Newbury,Essex Co.,Massachusetts
    Mother: Anna Hunt b: 26 Nov 1713 in Hampton New Hampshire

    Marriage 1 Anna Cook
      Children
      1. Has No Children Huldah Hoag b: 28 Jan 1791 in New York

      Marriage 2 Amy Guile b: 7 Dec 1766 in Smithfield,Rhode Island
      • Married: 22 Jan 1795 in Pittstown,Rensselaer Co.,New York 3
      Children
      1. Has Children Robert Hoag b: 28 Oct 1795 in New York
      2. Has Children Jonathan Hoag b: 28 Oct 1795 in Rensselaer Co.,New York
      3. Has No Children Mary Hoag b: 11 Feb 1799 in New York
      4. Has No Children Rebecca Hoag b: 5 Jun 1801 in New York
      5. Has Children David Hoag b: 2 Jun 1807 in Saratoga Co.,New York
      6. Has No Children Anna Hoag b: 4 Sep 1808
      7. Has No Children Walter Hoag b: 12 May 1811

      Sources:
      1. Title: Oblong Monthly Meeting Records
        Text: Abraham 13-4-1759
      2. Repository:

          Title: The Guile-Gile-Guiles Genealogy. Descendants of Samuel Guile
          Author: John Chase Guile
          Publication: 1997
          Note:
          Author's address:
          1641 Morningside Place, Victoria BC, Canada V8N 1N7

          Source Media Type: Book
          Page: p. 53
          Text: Amy Guile, daughter of Joseph Guile & Tabitha Harris, born 7 December1766 Smithfield, Rhode I sland, died 12 August 1833 East Hamburg, ErieCounty NY, married to Abraham Hoag, born 13 Apri l 1759, died 4 April 1818East Hamburg, Erie County, NY, both buried in Friends Cemetery, Orch ardPark, Erie County NY.
        • Repository:

            Title: Hoag110800.FTW
            Note:
            Source Media Type: Other
            Text: Date of Import: Nov 13, 2000
          • Title: Ruth Butler From Tallahassee FL e-mail from RB14274@aol.com 7-5-2000
        • We want to hear from you! Take our WorldConnect survey

          Index | Descendancy | Register | Pedigree | Ahnentafel | Download GEDCOM

          Printer Friendly Version Printer Friendly Version Search Ancestry Search Ancestry Search WorldConnect Search WorldConnect Join Ancestry.com Today! Join Ancestry.com Today!

          WorldConnect Home | WorldConnect Global Search | WorldConnect Help
          We want to hear from you! Take our WorldConnect survey

          RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.