Gilliam, Esq., attorney at law, in this city.
She was active in assisting her father in his work, and Miss Bessie L. Hoge, the youngest child, was his loving and helpful companion, taking the keenest interest in all his church work.
Besides the above, Dr. Hoge had one son and two daughters, who died in infancy.
His grandchildren are Mr. Hoge Gilliam, Miss Mary Marshall Gilliam, and little Alice Aylett Hoge, the last-named being the infant daughter of Dr. M. D. Hoge, Jr., who married Miss Alice Aylett, daughter of Colonel Wm. R. Aylett, of King William county, three years ago.
Made a Mason late in life—an honor conferred upon him which no other man ever enjoyed.
Dr. Hoge died a Mason.
He entered the noble brotherhood but a few weeks before his death, having become a member of Dove Lodge, No. 51, of which Captain J. W. Lockwood, Jr., is worshipful master.
The eminent minister had the distinction of being the only man upon whom the Grand Master of Masons of Virginia fever bes